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Paul Motian Time And Time Again
With Bill Frisell and Joe Lovano.



Antonio Diaz Mena Eso Es Latin Jazz... Man!
Chocolate Mena leading three lineups featuring Joe Henderson, Jerome Richardson, Alfredo Armenteros and co through Lalo Schifrin and Duke Pearson arrangements of core Latin and Jazz classics.



Roland Kirk I Talk With The Spirits
Brilliant flute-work from 1964.



Nina Simone To Love Somebody
From 1969 pulling off fine versions of contemporary rock and pop: three Dylans, a Bee Gees, Suzanne, a Byrds...



Nina Simone Here Comes The Sun
The George Harrison, Just Like A Woman detourned, O-o-h Child, Mr Bojangles... even an uptempo, conga-driven My Way.



Nina Simone Sings The Blues
Her RCA debut from 1967, with Eric Gale and Bernard Purdie amongst others, slow-burning through a killer set-list. RCA CD.



The Gurdjieff Folk Instruments Ensemble Music of Georges I. Gurdjieff
Dusting off Armenian, Greek, Arabic, Kurdish, Assyrian, Persian, Caucasian roots and 'a stillness that has not been darkened at all, and has the degree of density that leaves the Gurdjieffian silence immaculate.'



Remi Kabaka Black Goddess
The out, Afro-jazz soundtrack to Ola Balogun's 1979 film.



Hampton Hawes All Night Session
Fabulous piano quartet jazz (including Jim Hall) from a single night in 1956. All three Contemporary LPs.



Opa Golden Wings
The Uruguayans' first, best Milestone album Airto producing, Hermeto Pascoal guesting, with the jazz-dance bomb African Bird. A buzzing, seamless blend of jazz-fusion flash with diverse rootical influences.



John Coltrane Stockholm Concerts
With McCoy Tyner, Jimmy Garrison, and Elvin Jones the classic quartet live in 1962. Two complete concerts.



Candido Featuring Al Cohn, In Indigo
The great Afro-Cuban drummer in bebop settings, with guitarist Joe Puma and keyboardist Dick Hyman on both original LPs; and the relaxed tenor of Al Cohn on the first, trumpeter Ernie Royal the second.



Carmen McRae After Glow, Mad About The Man
The two 1957 LPs the first more intimate, with quartet and trio settings (four with Carmen playing her own piano accompaniment); the second an all-star session, with Charlie Shavers, Jimmy Cleveland amongst em.



Charles Mingus Mingus Revisited
The Mingus In Wonderland and Mingus Revisited LPs, from 1959 and 1960. With Max Roach, Eric Dolphy, Clark Terry, Ted Curson, Jimmy Knepper, Slide Hampton, Paul Bley, Yusef Lateef, Booker Ervin and co.



Bennie Maupin Slow Traffic To The Right, Moonscapes
The first of these two original Mercury LPs is a classic, with the killers Water Torture and Quasar, lithe Headhunters vibes, and Patrice Rushen, Paul Jackson, Eddie Henderson and co in the place.