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Craig Taborn Avenging Angel
Engrossing, luminous, abstract pianism from Evan Parker, Roscoe Mitchell cohort.





Sun Ra The Soul Vibrations Of Man
From 1977: flute, poetry and percussion, a flute duet, massed doowop; some great big-band-brass featuring space organ, Ahmed Abdullah's trumpet, and Marshall Allen blasting off. Ace.



The Mastersounds The Mastersounds Play
Collecting three original late-fifties LPs by Montgomery brothers Buddy and Monk, and co: The Mastersounds Play Horace Silver, Ballads And Blues, and In Concert. Buddy's vibes carry the swing, especially on Horace.



John Coltrane Live At The Jazz Gallery 1960
Previously unissued first recordings of Trane and Tyner together, and of Trane playing soprano (though he also plays tenor during the set). Two months into his initial quartet, with Pete La Roca drumming.




Sun Ra Jazz Session
Black and white, French TV film of the Arkestra in 1972, performing Somebody Else's Idea, Watusi, Discipline, and Synth.



Nils Okland, Sigborn Apeland Lysoen - Hommage A Ole Bull
Violin or hardanger fiddle, piano or harmonium duets: moody, contemplative, melodic crossings of Norwegian folk and classical in the manner of its nineteenth century muse. Recommended.



Wolfert Brederode Quartet Post Scriptum
Piano invoking Mal Waldron and Debussy both with clarinet, double bass, drums.



Marcin Wasilewski Trio Faithful
Polish piano trio lining up Ornette, Hermeto Pascoal, Hans Eisler, Paul Bley and Fran Landesman alongside five of its leader's compositions.



Francois Couturier Tarkovsky Quartet
Poetic ballads for piano, cello, saxophone and accordion, taking inspiration from the Russian film-maker (and nodding to Bach, Pergolesi and Shostakovich).



Steve Lacy The Complete Whitey Mitchell Sessions
From 1956, a break from duties with Cecil Taylor: two sets originally released under the names of session leaders Tom Stewart with Neal Hefti arrangements and Red Mitchell's bro Whitey.



Wax Poetics Issue 46
Jazz: George Benson, George Duke, Billy Cobham, Norman Connors, Tom Browne, Bernard Wright, Don Blackman, Lenny White, Marcus Miller, Weldon Irvine, Phil Cohran.



Darius Jones, Matthew Shipp Cosmic Lieder
Thirteen densely compact, wildly varied duets between piano and alto saxophone, crossing jazz, free improvisation and modern classical. Compelling, stunning; warmly recommended.