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Airto Free
With George Benson, Keith Jarrett (nice version of Lucky Southern), Chick Corea (likewise Return To Forever), Stanley Clarke, Ron Carter and on the outstanding, rootsy, title-track freak-out Flora Purim.



Juma Sultan's Aboriginal Music Society Father Of Origin
Sumptuous, audiophile first release of top-notch free jazz from 1969-71, linking Woodstock arts community activism with the NY loft scene. Philip Wilson, Julius Hemphill, Bobo Shaw and co.



Cal Tjader Agua Dulce
With a Latinized moog version of Gimme Shelter, a Johnny Otis, and a brilliant reading of Tito Puente's Ran Kan Kan.



Peter Brotzmann Balls
The classic, 1970 FMP with Fred Van Hove (piano) and Han Bennink (drums, gachi, shell, voice).



Peter Brotzmann, Han Bennink Ein Halber Kann Nicht Pinkeln
'Half A Dog Can't Piss.' Brotzmann on clarinets, saxophones and piano; Bennink on drums, viola, banjo, piano, bass clarinet. 1977.



Peter Brotzmann Tschus
The 1975 FMP with Van Hove and Bennink.



Grachan Moncur III New Africa
With Roscoe Mitchell, Dave Burrell, Alan Silva, Andrew Cyrille and Archie Shepp, in 1969. 180g vinyl.



Iskra 1903 Goldsmiths
A previously unissued concert recording from 1972.
Paul Rutherford, trombone; Derek Bailey, guitar; Barry Guy, double bass.



John Coltrane Coltrane Jazz
Heavy vinyl, cut from the original analogue master, in a quality sleeve. These RTI issues from Rhino are way superior to your usual 180g kidology. Like Sonny is here, Fifth House...



Peter Evans Beyond Civilized And Primitive
Enthralling, diverse trumpet improvisation, with overdubbing and looping, by this collaborator of Parker, Brotzmann, Gustafsson and co. Heavyweight vinyl in lovely hand-screenprinted wrap, fine DW style.




Joe McPhee Trinity
Terrific, free-wheeling 1972 improvisation.




Miles Davis Live-Evil
With Keith Jarrett, Jack DeJohnette, John McLaughlin, Airto, Gary Bartz, Wayne Shorter different lineups around 1970 running jazz into Sly and JB and way out the other side.



Tino Contreras El Jazz Mexicano
The unlikely Mexican jazz drummer, with influences from India, Egypt, Turkey, Brazil: ritual Latino chant, off-the-wall percussion dance, avant-garde psych, exotic waltz, religio-chamber jazz, you name it.