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Miles Davis Bags' Groove
From 1957... with Monk and Milt Jackson on the title-track; Rollins and Horace Silver on the rest.



Joe Harriott: Fire In His Soul Alan Robertson
Fine biography of the Jamaican alto player so vital to the British jazz scene from 1951 till his death in 1973. Hardback.



Louis Sclavis Sources
The clarinettist with keys and electric guitar: chamber-improv, polyrhythms and ambience, rhapsodic piano and funky Fender, clarinet soliloquies, counterpoint, a little Bitches Brew, some North African...



Roland Kirk We Free Kings, Triple Threat
1961 Mercury debut, bluesy and soulful, with a seam of Trane, a Bird cover, nods to Brownie and Bechet, a terrific version of the carol; and his 1956 King, already simultaneously playing stritch, tenor, manzello.




Jimmy Lyons, Sonny Murray Jump Up
Cecil Taylor alumni Jimmy Lyons and Sunny Murray alongside the String Trio of New York bassist John Lindberg flay the assembled throng at the Willisau jazz festival in Switzerland, August 1980.



Eric Dolphy Where?, The Quest
The two 1961 New Jazz masterworks, with Mal Waldron, Ron Carter, Booker Ervin and co.






John Abercrombie Within A Song
Joyous interpretations of Bill Evans' Interplay, Miles' Flamenco Sketches, a Trane and a Rollins, Ornette's Blues Connotation; several originals. With Joe Lovano, Drew Gress and Joey Baron.



Ketil Bjornstad Vinding's Music
The Norwegian jazz pianist in nine improvisations fired by his own highly-acclaimed fiction; and recordings of Debussy, Beethoven and co from the book's grand launch.



Toma Gouband Courants Des Vents
Lithophones and percussion made from pebbles, twigs, skins, flints.




Hilton Felton The Best Of Hilton Felton 1970-74
Early seventies, private-press soul jazz from early-seventies Washington DC, in the fat-and-funky tradition of Grant Green, Lonnie Smith and Brother Jack McDuff.