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Ruth Brown You Don't Know Me
Intimate, unforced performances from Motormouth Maybelle, with piano-trio accompaniment, recorded in the late-1970s.



Enrico Rava Easy Living
'... sumptuous lyricism rich in improvisational detail... Quite simply it numbers among the best jazz albums of the last decade' (Jazzwise).



John Abercrombie Wait Till You See Her
With violinist Mark Feldman, Thomas Morgan and Joey Baron.



Ralph Towner Anthem
Solo, playing classical and 12 string guitars as if he were eight-handed — with a version of Goodbye, Pork Pie Hat and a Scott LaFaro in amongst the originals.




Gianluigi Trovesi Fugace
'The ghosts of Armstrong and Handy smile down as Trovesi's octet roars through a programme that cross-references the spirit of New Orleans with Italian popular song and European classical music.'



Miroslav Vitous Universal Syncopations II
The Weather Report bassist brilliantly driving a core group including a bandoneon, three saxes, two drummers and Randy Brecker through and around swells of orchestra and choir. Ambitious and original.



Steve Kuhn Trance
With Steve Swallow, electric bass; Jack DeJohnette drums; Sue Evans, percussion.





Charles Lloyd Voice In The Night
Revisiting Forest Flower, and having a go at Burt Bacharach and Billy Strayhorn, amongst others — with John Abercrombie, Dave Holland and Billy Higgins.



Michael Galasso High Lines
The violinist acclaimed for his work with Wong Kar-wai and Robert Wilson — here with a quartet including Terje Rypdal.



Kenny Wheeler The Widow In The Window
With John Abercrombie, John Taylor, Dave Holland, Pete Erskine.



Andy Sheppard Movements In Colour
'Elegant saxophone and the strongly-contrasting guitars of Parricelli and Aarset are lifted up by the rhythmic drive of Arild Andersen’s muscular bass and the crisp, dynamic tabla of Kuljit Bhamra.'