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Jon Lucien I Am Now, Minds Eye, Rashida
Blimey... all three albums... bargain!







Max Roach The Loadstar
With Cecil Bridgewater on trumpet, Billy Harper on tenor sax and Reggie Workman on bass, recorded in Rome on 27 July 1977, originally released on Horo.



Steve Reich Octet, Music For A Large Ensemble, Violin Phase
Two violins, moving slightly apart in tempo during a sixteen-note melody, and back again, out one-sixteenth of a note, in three cycles. Octet and Music explore 'the human breath as the measure of musical duration'.



Gianluigi Trovesi Profumo Di Violetta
A village banda take on tunes from Italian opera knees-up, sublime, lovely.



Keith Jarrett Up For It
Live in Juan-les-Pins, 2002, with Peacock and DeJohnette, with two Miles' and Autumn Leaves magnificently revisited.




Marc Sinan Fasil
A song-cycle life of Aisha, youngest wife of the prophet Mohammed, co-written by the Armenian-German guitarist and Julia Hulsmann, performed together with her trio and Serbian singer Yelena Kuljic.



Enrico Rava Tati
In lyrical homage to French filmmaker Jacques Tati, with pianist Stefano Bollani and drummer Paul Motian.



Stephan Micus Bold As Light
Multi-tracking especially the raj nplaim from Laos and the nohkan from Japan (a free-reed pipe and flute, both bamboo), as well as many male voices, inspired by Georgian polyphony, sung by himself.



Lena Willemark Agram
The Nordan Project, combining Swedish folk and jazz improvisation. With Palle Danielsson on bass, from various Charles Lloyd, Keth Jarrett and Jan Garbarek lineups.



Jacob Young Sideways
The Norwegian-American guitarist sparsely beautiful with trumpeter Mathis Eick, and the great drummer Jon Christensen, amongst others.