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Oliver Lake Ntu: Point From Which Creation Begins
The illustrious saxophonist's 1971 recording was his debut as leader, originally released five years later by Arista-Freedom. With Joseph Bowie, Don Moye and Charles Bobo Shaw. Grooving, spiritual; great stuff.

Byard Lancaster Saint John Coltrane
Nice little gift of a record, experimental and a bit dodgy, but laidback and veteran, full of love.

Harold Land Take Aim
The great, unsung, hard bop saxophonist recording for Blue Note in 1960, with Martin Banks, Amos Trice, Clarence Jones and Leon Pettis. Twenty minutes of Straight No Chaser is thrown in, for this reissue.

Harold Land The Fox
The superb 1959 LP, with Dupree Bolton and Elmo Hope paired with Take Aim, a Blue Note cut the following year.

Harold Land Grooveyard
Nineties issue of his wonderful, classic debut as leader, with Frank Butler, Carl Perkins and co.

Harold Land, Kenny Dorham Complete Recordings: Eastward Ho!, Fire In The West
An obscure coupling, but wonderful late-50s hard bop from Los Angeles, throughout. Land leading Frank Butler, Carl Perkins, Leroy Vinnegar, Rolf Ericson; the original Grooveyard. With Dorham on Geller's Jubilee LP.

Harold Land, Carmell Jones Quintets Complete Studio Recordings
Brilliant! Stone classic LPs like The Remarkable Carmell Jones, in 1961, through to Jazz Impressions Of Folk Music, a couple of years later. Fabulous straight-ahead jazz to run alongside the Roach-Brownie monsters.

Land Of Kush Monogamy
Sensational, potty mixture of Eastern Sounds, psych, free and drone, plus art filth, by this twenty-three piece from Montreal, led by oudist and composer Sam Shalabi. Check it out.