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Carl Perkins
Terrific piano-trio record, originally out on Dootsie William’s LA-based Dootone label in the mid-50s. With Leroy Vinnegar and Lawrence Marable. True blue jazz. Miles loved him. Very warmly recommended.

Giovanna Pessi, Susanna Wallumrod If Grief Could Wait
The harpist from Christian Wallumrod's ensemble, with the Magical Orchestra singer, plus viola and nyckelharpa — performing Purcell, Nick Drake, Leonard Cohen, and a couple of Susanna's.

Pete Jolly Seasons
Groovy, funky and mellow electric keys — CTI style — with drummer Paul Humphreys doling out the breaks.

Hannibal Marvin Peterson The Tribe
Blistering jazz-tentet date from 1976, in the full-blooded Black Jazz, Strata East manner, never properly released till now.

Pony Poindexter Pony's Express
Kicking off with a smoking jazz-dancer, this tremendously enjoyable 1962 date features an amazing cast: Dexter, Dolphy, Clifford Jordan, Jimmy Heath, Sonny Redd, Pepper Adams, Ron Carter, Elvin Jones...

Polar Bear Common Ground
Re-working Peepers in a more hip-hop direction, featuring Jyager at the mic.

Gregory Porter Be Good
Outstanding jazz singing in the great tradition. Mostly his own compositions, too.

Chris Potter The Sirens
Lyrical, open playing, inspired by Homer. Superb band: Craig Taborn, David Virelles (the harmonium is very effective), Larry Grenadier, Eric Harland. Potter's a great saxophonist. Warmly recommended.

Bud Powell The Amazing Bud Powell Volumes 1 And 2
His blazing, Blue Note masterpieces — utterly essential, genius bebop-piano.

Julian Priester Spiritsville, Keep Swingin'
Stepping out as leader with these two 1960 albums, on Jazzland and Riverside — with Jimmy Heath, Elvin Jones lining up on the latter; featuring Walter Benton and McCoy Tyner on the unmissable Spiritsville.

Psychomania Music By John Cameron
From a Britflick about Satanism and zombie bikers; with Harold McNair and Norma Winstone. 'If Kes was the best film I ever wrote music for, this was the most bizarre. Jazz musicians playing pre-punk trash-rock.'