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Booker Ervin Texas Tenor
Combining albums The Book Cooks (with Zoot Sims, Tommy Flanagan) and Cookin' (Horace Parlan... and a deadly You Don’t Know What Love Is) with the scorching Candid LP That's It!






Jack Kerouac The Beat Generation According To Jack Kerouac
The three albums Poetry For The Beat Generation, with pianist Steve Allen; Blues And Haikus, with Zoot Sims and Al Cohn; Readings By Jack Kerouac. Plus an LP compiling out-takes, a college lecture, a TV appearance.




Weldon Irvine Liberated Brother
From 1972, taking time out from the Nina Simone band to cut this funky Black-Jazz-style set for his own label, with Horace Silver's 'personal seal of approval'. Includes Mr. Clean and Sister Sanctified.



Sun Ra Universe In Blue
From 1972, with Ra on organ throughout — trading solos with Gilmore and trumpeter Kwame Hadi on the bluesy title cut; duetting with drummer Luqman Ali on In A Blue Mood. June Tyson stars on Blackman.



Bobby Timmons This Here Is Bobby Timmons, Easy Does It
Paradigmatic soul-jazz — Moanin, This Here, Dat Dere — and effervescent bebop: the 1960 and 61 Riversides with Sam Jones and Jimmy Cobb.




Gary Bartz Ju Ju Man
Straight-ahead, small-group session from 1976, with Syreeta singing My Funny Valentine, and a variation on A Love Supreme.



Ivan 'Boogaloo' Joe Jones Snake Rhythm Rock
Hot, fizzing, funky soul-jazz from 1973 — the brilliant guitarist alongside Rusty Bryant, Grady Tate, Jimmy Lewis, Butch Cornell. With a tasty, indigo The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face, for good measure.



Philip Cohran And The Artistic Heritage Ensemble The Spanish Suite
The Ra trumpeter and the Hypnotics' dad tearing it up live in 1968. The composition is inspired by a reading of the revolutionary, cosmic musical legacy of the Moors. Grooving, fiery stuff.




Kelan Philip Cohran And The Hypnotic Brass Ensemble
Brand new recordings, this is majestic, surging, scintillating music — with swing, jump and shout, Sun Ra, Mingus and Gil Evans, Arab-Andalusian music, hip hop and New Orleans funk all coursing through.