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Keith Jarrett Rio
Live in Brazil, April, 2011. 'At his most exuberant... it's a must' (The Guardian). 'Beautifully structured, jazzy, serious, sweet, playful, warm, economical, energetic, passionate' (KJ. His mum likes it, too).

Giovanna Pessi, Susanna Wallumrod If Grief Could Wait
The harpist from Christian Wallumrod's ensemble, with the Magical Orchestra singer, plus viola and nyckelharpa performing Purcell, Nick Drake, Leonard Cohen, and a couple of Susanna's.

Psychomania Music By John Cameron
From a Britflick about Satanism and zombie bikers; with Harold McNair and Norma Winstone. 'If Kes was the best film I ever wrote music for, this was the most bizarre. Jazz musicians playing pre-punk trash-rock.'

Bob Dorough The Devil's Best Tunes
Bob Dorough is great! This is the Devil May Care album (with an irresistible Baltimore Oriole), interpretations of Langston Hughes and Lawrence Ferlinghetti, and extras. Mose copied him quite a bit; Miles loved him...

Harlem In Vogue The Poetry And Jazz Of Langston Hughes
The Harlem Renaissance giant, four ways. Leonard Feather's sextet, Charles Mingus with Horace Parlan, Bob Dorough's hip Jazz Canto, and poetry readings by LH himself (including I Have Known Rivers). Lovely stuff.

Jon Balke Say And Play
His Batagraf percussion project with Helge Norbakken from Jon Hassell's group (playing djembe, talking drum, sabar, garong) inspired by Wolof, Yoruba, Cuban, Arab music with singing and poetry. Check it!

Gianluigi Trovesi Frere Jacques - Round About Offenbach
The clarinettist with accordionist Gianni Coscia, exploring 'some of the most playful and sparkling music of the 19th century, ingenious music... beautiful, highly satirical, always meticulously crafted'.

Geri Allen Flying Toward The Sound
'A solo piano excursion inspired by Cecil Taylor, McCoy Tyner and Herbie Hancock.'

Albert Ayler Love Cry, The Last Album
An awesome barrage of Impulse! reissues just in. Two original LPs, mostly monumental stuff, on one bargain disc. Check the Jazz new releases (in the left-hand menu) for the full list.