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Lowell Davidson Lowell Davidson Trio
Ornette brought the pianist to ESP in 1965. This luminous session is as out as anything Cecil Taylor had yet done. With Milford Graves and Gary Peacock.




Jon Lucien Rashida
CD from Cherry Red.




Jon Lucien I Am Now, Minds Eye, Rashida
Blimey... all three albums... bargain!




Jimmy Lyons, Sonny Murray Jump Up
Cecil Taylor alumni Jimmy Lyons and Sunny Murray alongside the String Trio of New York bassist John Lindberg flay the assembled throng at the Willisau jazz festival in Switzerland, August 1980.



Haki R. Madhubuti Rise Vision Comin'
Classic, anthemic Black Jazz, twelve and a half minutes long, reissued by the Slow To Speak crew (in their Feedback series, not silk-screened, but with a Japanese-style obi).



Michel Magne Musique Tachiste
Vannier collaborator births Finders Keepers' new imprint with a late-sixties knockabout conceptual-pop riposte to musique concrete: found sound, industrial noise, piano jazz, avant orchestration, signature cimbalom...





Carlos Malcolm Don't Walk, Dance!
The Jamaican trombonist, bandleader and percussionist in New York in 1964, feeding Caribbean influences into the city's happening Latin and jazz sounds.




Michael Mantler For Two
Eighteen concise duets devised for jazz guitarist (improvising and freely interpreting) and classical pianist (following the score) here Bjarne Roupe and Per Salo.