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Jimmy Scott Falling In Love Is Wonderful
At his heartbreaking best, in 1962: that perfect castrato voice overflowing with lack on love songs arranged by Gerald Wilson and Marty Paich, with label-boss Ray Charles supervising and playing piano.



Matthew Shipp Art Of The Improviser
Brilliant piano jazz. Back to acoustic for the bloke people inaptly compare with Cecil Taylor; erstwhile collaborator with the likes of Scanner and Anti-Pop Consortium. A disc of trio performances; the other solo.




Weather Report Live In Berlin, 1975
Joe Zawinul (synths, Fender Rhodes, piano), Wayne Shorter (saxophones), Alphonso Johnson (electric bass), Chester Thompson (drums), Alex Acuna (percussion). Blistering jazz funk, the real thing. First issue.



Fred Frith Clearing Customs
One seventy-minute outernational septet excursion, with notated intervals: guitar and home-made instruments with tablas and guzheng, drum-kit, electronics, trumpet.



Joe Lovano Bird Songs
'I kept wondering how Bird would have developed within these tunes, not just as the incredible soloist that he was but as an arranger and band leader. This is my humble attempt to answer some of those questions...'



Abbey Lincoln Abbey Lincoln's Affair
The first Liberty LP, singles, and a couple of songs from a TV show: lush recordings from 1956. Benny Carter at the helm, with arrangements by Marty Paich, Jack Montrose on saxophone.



Vijay Iyer Tirtha
The brilliant jazz pianist fizzing in amongst the South Indian guitar-playing of Prasanna, and Nitin Mitta's classical, Hindustani tabla shimmering through Steve Reich, post punk, Carnatic Ellingtonia...



Eric Dolphy Out There
Dolphy's second as leader, in a quartet including Ron Carter on cello, thrown together with Ken McIntyre's Looking Ahead album (featuring Dolphy), also from 1960.



Cyminology Saburi
Farsi love songs, including a tribute to Norma Winstone, from the German-Iranian singer Cymin Samawatie.



Julia Hulsmann Imprint
Strongly melodic, gently contemplative piano trio jazz, with Marc Muellbauer, from the recent Moritz Von Oswald Trio.



Iro Haarla Quintet Vespers
Charged ballads from the outstanding composer-pianist-harpist Iro Haarla and her Finnish-Norwegian ensemble, including trumpeter Mathias Eick, saxophonist Trygve Seim and drummer Jon Christensen.



Paolo Fresu Mistico Mediterraneo
His lovely, lyrical jazz trumpet-playing blended with the Corsican polyphony of A Filetta, and the bandoneon of Daniele Di Bonaventura, in the tradition of Miles' take on Rodrigues' Concierto de Aranjuez.



Miles Davis Bitches Brew Live
Three previously unissued tracks from the Newport Jazz Festival of 1969, kicking off with Miles Runs The Voodoo Down no less, plus the full set from the Isle Of Wight in 1970. A steal.



The Jazz Couriers In Concert
Featuring Ronnie Scott and Tubby Hayes, from 1958.