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Cannonball Adderley Love, Sex And The Zodiac
An attempt to emulate the commercial success of his bro Nat's Soul Zodiac, hot on its heels same personnel in full flight, notably George Duke, and David Axelrod producing, but with extra sexological sauce.



Jef Gilson
Tremendous retrospective of the protean, but neglected French jazzbo pianist, composer, arranger, label-boss choca with modal gems, a cathedral choir, The Creator Has A Masterplan, Madagascan field recordings.....



Candido Candido The Volcanic, Latin Fire
Two original LPs by the great Cuban conga and bongo player, with Art Farmer, Hank Jones, Phil Woods and co.





Tubby Hayes Just Friends
With Paul Gonzalves, visiting London with the Duke in 1964; alongside baritone, trumpets, trombone, Stan Tracey, bass, drums. Coupled with the London Swings album by The Johnny Scott Orchestra.



Sabu Martinez Safari With Sabu, Sorcery!
The two late-50s albums. The idea was to interweave African percussion, Latin American voicings, and the reeds and horns of US jazz. With Ray Barretto, Cecil Payne, Oscar Pettiford and co.



Brenda Ray Walatta
Like an art-school Susan Cadogan into Pablo, Brenda's multi-tracked whisperings and playing are complimented by Prince Far I here, Knowledge there, in these one-offs by Roy Cousins, of The Royals. Back in.



Ronnie Scott And Phil Seamen Quintets
Hard bop BBC recordings from 1956. Scott with Jimmy Deuchar on trumpet, Terry Shannon on piano, Lennie Bush on bass and Allan Ganley on drums; Seamen's lineup features Joe Harriott.



David S. Ware Planetary Unknown
With William Parker, Muhammad Ali and Cooper-Moore.



Farmers By Nature Out Of This World's Distortions
Gerald Cleaver, William Parker and Craig Taborn.





Ricardo Villalobos, Max Loderbauer Re ECM
Based on recordings by John Abercrombie, Miroslav Vitous, Louis Sclavis, Bennie Maupin, Paul Motian, Arvo Part and co.



Larry Young Larry Young's Fuel
Amazing to think that this Prestige and Blue Note pioneer was still in his thirties by the time of this mid-seventies recording. Turn Off The Lights is super-sexy rare groove booty. The CD is from Get On Down.