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Gruppo Di Improvvisazione Nuova Consonanza Musica Su Schemi
An early-1970s composers collective Morricone on trumpet into aleatory improv, musique concrete, electronics. John Zorn: 'Owed little or nothing to anybody and created some of the strangest music ever made.'



Keith Jarrett Somewhere
With Gary Peacock, Jack DeJohnette.



Sun Ra It's After The End Of The World
Live at Donaueschingen and Berlin festivals in 1970, featuring Alan Silva, Leroy Taylor, Lex Humphries and co.




Sun Ra Nuits De La Fondation Maeght, Volume 1
From 1970. A duet sung by Ra and June Tyson; then keyboards announce Shadow World, with the full band featuring Marshall Allen. Finally, The Cosmic Explorer is a spectacular twenty minutes of Moog and various keys....



Coleman Hawkins Complete 1962 Studio Recordings
A quartet with Tommy Flanagan: three Prestige Moodsville LPs Good Old Broadway, No Strings, Make Someone Happy and an Impulse, best of the bunch, Today And Now.



Coleman Hawkins Back in Bean's Bag
The 1962 Columbia set with Clark Terry, trumpet, Tommy Flanagan, piano, Major Holley, bass, and Dave Bailey, drums.



Sam Jones Cello And Bass
Three ace early-60s Riverside LPs, with lots of cello, taking time out from the Cannonball Adderley group: The Soul Society (with Jimmy Heath and co), Chant (Melba Liston) and Down Home (Ron Carter).



Curtis Amy Groovin' Blue, Way Down, Tippin' On Through
Three great Pacific Jazz LPs by the hard-grooving Texan tenor (and HJ hero) alongside other West Coast legends like Carmel Jones, Bobby Hutcherson, Roy Ayers, Frank Butler, Marcus Belgrave...



Sarah Vaughan Sarah Plus 2, After Hours
Simple guitar and bass accompaniments and plenty of ballads spotlight SV's marvellous voice. Mundell Lowe and George Duvivier in 1961 for Roulette; Barney Kessel and Joe Comfort a year later for Reactivation.




Dexter Gordon A Swingin' Affair
Kicks off with the rollicking samba Soy Califa; then a ravishing, bittersweet Don't Explain... key Dexter. Recorded the same week as Go! with Sonny Clark on top form throughout. Don't miss Don't Explain.



Joe Henderson Page One
Superb debut as leader with Kenny Dorham, Pete La Roca and McCoy Tyner opening with a top version of Dorham's Blue Bossa.