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Carmen McRae November Girl
With The Kenny-Clarke Francy-Boland Big Band at Ronnie Scott's in 1970.



Carmen McRae Woman Talk
Two LPs of mid-sixties club dates Woman Talk (with Feelin' Good), at The Village Gate, and Live And Wailing, at The Half Note.



Carmen McRae After Glow, Mad About The Man
The two 1957 LPs the first more intimate, with quartet and trio settings (four with Carmen playing her own piano accompaniment); the second an all-star session, with Charlie Shavers, Jimmy Cleveland amongst em.



Carmen McRae Sings Lover Man And Other Billie Holiday Classics
Her 1961 Columbia, one of her very best LPs, with Nat Adderley, Eddie Lockjaw Davis and Mundell Lowe sitting in with her regular trio. Coupled here with a compilation of her recordings with Dave Brubeck.




Mel Torme The Art Pepper-Marty Paich Sessions
Including Swings Shubert Alley, one of the very greatest jazz vocal albums, with Paich's brilliant arrangements, killer Broadway songs, ace players, and Torme never better. Just a must.



Mel Torme Swings Shubert Alley, Back In Town
A bunch of Broadway standards, Shubert Alley is Torme's masterpiece, a wonderful jazz vocal album with Marty Paich and band (featuring Art Pepper) going after the sound of Miles' The Birth Of The Cool.





Melvin Jackson Funky Skull
Eddie Harris' bassist with an effects box and such guests as Lester Bowie and Phil Upchurch, vibeing it up like Charles Stepney, those Ramsey Lewis Cadets, or even early Earth, Wind And Fire.



Antonio Diaz Mena Eso Es Latin Jazz... Man!
Chocolate Mena leading three lineups featuring Joe Henderson, Jerome Richardson, Alfredo Armenteros and co through Lalo Schifrin and Duke Pearson arrangements of core Latin and Jazz classics.




Misha Mengelberg, Steve Lacy, George Lewis, Arjen Gorter, Han Bennink Change Of Season (Music Of Herbie Nichols)
Superb interpretations of these great, tricky compositions, with marvellous improvising. Outstanding Mengelberg, Lacy and Lewis. A jazz classic, warmly recommended.