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Tomasz Stanko Wislawa
Inspired by the great poet Wislawa Symborska, who died last year. Ace NY quartet. Full of dread and life, tersely sophisticated, imbued with Miles. Monk and Andrew Hill in the pianism. Always recommended, TS.

Miles Davis The Bootleg Series Vol. 2: Live In Europe 1969
With Wayne Shorter, Chick Corea, Dave Holland and Jack DeJohnette, at the Antibes Jazz festival, and in Stockholm, and Berlin. Miles Runs The Voodoo Down, Nefertiti, Bitches Brew, Milestones, 'Round Midnight...

S.O.L.A.R. Faith For My Mind
Spiritual jazz bliss from the Source Of Life Arkestral Revelation in early-eighties Atlanta, crossing Roy Ayers Ubiquity vibes with Black Jazz and co. Top-notch, limited-edition revive by the Paris collectors' shop...

Allsopp, Vosloo, Stanley, Giles Once In A While
Excellent, straight-up jazz Trane's Syeeda's Song Flute is here, a couple of Ellingtons in fine analogue recordings, presented with obvious, heart-warming love and commitment.

Impermanence Trio
A jazz-piano split release: Matthew Bourne with Vosloo and Giles, interspersing Ra and Duke with improv; Kit Downes with cellist Lucy Railton and sound sculptor Alex Killpartrick, more minimal and meditative.

Hannibal Marvin Peterson The Tribe
Blistering jazz-tentet date from 1976, in the full-blooded Black Jazz, Strata East manner, never properly released till now.

Oliver Lake Ntu: Point From Which Creation Begins
The illustrious saxophonist's 1971 recording was his debut as leader, originally released five years later by Arista-Freedom. With Joseph Bowie, Don Moye and Charles Bobo Shaw. Grooving, spiritual; great stuff.

Misha Mengelberg, Steve Lacy, George Lewis, Arjen Gorter, Han Bennink Change Of Season (Music Of Herbie Nichols)
Superb interpretations of these great, tricky compositions, with marvellous improvising. Outstanding Mengelberg, Lacy and Lewis. A jazz classic, warmly recommended.

Stefano Battaglia Trio Songways
New chants, hymns and dances for piano trio, inspired by visions from Swift, Fourier, Calvino seeking 'a new harmonic balance between archaic modal pre-tonal chant, pure tonal songs and abstract texture'.

Chris Potter The Sirens
Lyrical, open playing, inspired by Homer. Superb band: Craig Taborn, David Virelles (the harmonium is very effective), Larry Grenadier, Eric Harland. Potter's a great saxophonist. Warmly recommended.