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Ahmed Abdul-Malik Jazz Sahara
The Monk and Randy Weston bassist cutting loose in a 1958 fusion of jazz and Middle Eastern folk, alternating on oud himself, in amongst violin drones, kanoon, darabeka, drums... and Johnny Griffin. Lovely stuff.



Roland Young Mystiphonic
His third EM, more electronic than before, but still warmly organic, blending his percussion and Kansas City-schooled jazz horn into the oceanic 'comprov'.




Iva Bittova
A charged, mystical, batty blend of folk, chant, modern-classical and jazz improvisation, performed solo — singing, playing violin and karimba. One-of-a-kind; recommended.




Stark Reality Acting, Thinking, Feeling
The very first recordings, and the Roller Coaster Ride and Hoagy Carmichael’s Music Shop albums. Monty Stark's plugged-in, freaky vibes, Abercrombie's fuzz guitar... for Ahmad Jamal. 'Hendrix meets Bitches Brew.'



Freedom Jazz France Freedom Jazz France
Wonderful compilation of sixties and seventies spiritual-modal jazz. Noah Howard and Eddy Louiss in amongst a load of new names. Lots of Trane in the mix. Lovely stuff; proper Dingwalls business. Warmly recommended...



Jeremy Steig Wayfaring Stranger
The flautist's one BN as leader, from 1970, with Eddie Gomez, Don Alias and Sam Brown, produced by Sonny Lester, mixing funk, jazz, Latin, rock, improv... and a John Jacob Niles. Great stuff.




Herbie Hancock Inventions And Dimensions
On the wing with Paul Chambers, and — Miles' idea — two Latin percussionists, Willie Bobo on drums and timbales, and Osvaldo 'Chihuahua' Martinez, conga and bongo.




Decoy With Joe McPhee Spontaneous Combustion
From their late-2011 live collaboration. Alexander Hawkins, John Edwards and Steve Noble — Hammond B3, double bass, drums — with the US legend playing pocket trumpet and alto saxophone.



Carmen McRae Sings Lover Man And Other Billie Holiday Classics
Her 1961 Columbia, one of her very best LPs, with Nat Adderley, Eddie Lockjaw Davis and Mundell Lowe sitting in with her regular trio. Coupled here with a compilation of her recordings with Dave Brubeck.