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Yusef Lateef The Complete
Terrific 1968 session with Hugh Lawson, Cecil McBee and Roy Brooks. Opening with the deep, eastern, modal Rosalie, taking in a couple of nice ballads, some brawling r and b, and a kicking See Line Woman.

Yusef Lateef Into Something
Yusef Lateef (tenor sax, flute, oboe), Barry Harris (piano), Herman Wright (bass), Elvin Jones (drums).

Dick Morrissey Here And Now And Sounding Good, Storm Warning!
The two albums with Harry South, Phil Bates and Bill Eyden, from 1965 expertly remastered for this reissue by Michael Dutton from the original analogue tapes.

Aki Takase, Han Bennink 2 For 2
Sharp, explosive, lyrical piano-drums duets in three-minute chunks, steeped in Monk.

Phil Seamen Seamen's Mission
A tremendous survey of the great, cantankerous drummer's work throughout the 1950s for Tubby Hayes, Dizzy Reece, Kenny Graham, Joe Harriott, Ronnie Scott, Jimmy Deuchar, Victor Feldman and co.

Julian Priester Spiritsville, Keep Swingin'
Stepping out as leader with these two 1960 albums, on Jazzland and Riverside with Jimmy Heath, Elvin Jones lining up on the latter; featuring Walter Benton and McCoy Tyner on the unmissable Spiritsville.

Max Roach Quiet As It's Kept
Bundled with Plus Four the two 1960 Mercurys with Stanley and Tommy Turrentine, Julian Priester and Bob Boswell.

Charles Mingus Presents Charles Mingus
CD from Essential Jazz Classics.
One-off Japanese Victor LP with obi; small cut-corner, bottom right.