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The Pyramids Birth, Speed, Merging
Their last record, from 1975 'a psychedelic afrojazz stunner... celebratory, carnivalesque and wholly in the groove. Features the burning classic Black Man And Woman Of The Nile.'

The Pyramids King Of Kings
Their 'warm and infectious spiritual jazz masterpiece' from 1974; perhaps the most accessible, rhythm-and-blues of the three records issued privately on their own imprint.

The Pyramids Lalibela
Cut in Ohio in 1973 after Idris and Margot Ackamoor, Kimathi Asante, and Donald Robinson got back from Africa 'an urgent, beautiful and massive two track suite of propulsive afrodelic cosmic earth groove'.

Ike Quebec Bossa Nova Soul Samba
From 1962: Ike Quebec (tenor sax), Kenny Burrell (guitar), Wendell Marshall (bass), Willie Bobo (drums), Gavin Masseaux (chekere).

Ike Quebec It Might As Well Be Spring
Ike Quebec (tenor sax), Freddie Roach (organ), Milt Hinton (bass), Al Harewood (drums).

Ike Quebec Blue and Sentimental
Ike Quebec (tenor sax, piano), Grant Green (guitar), Philly Joe Jones (drums), Paul Chambers (bass) with Sonny Clark (piano), Sam Jones (bass), Louis Hayes (drums) on Count Every Star.

Holy moly, June Tabor on ECM. 'Quercus', 'oak': 'roots deep in British folk music; leaves and branches reaching upward in jazz-inspired lyrical improvisation.' With Iain Ballamy and Huw Warren.

Sun Ra Angels And Demons At Play / The Nubians Of Plutonia
Recorded in 1956-60 and way ahead of their time, these two albums are a good place to start a Sun Ra collection. The Angels And Demons title track is terrific.

Sun Ra Outer Space Employment Agency
Live At The Ann Arbor Blues And Jazz Festival in 1973.

Sun Ra Fate In A Pleasant Mood / When Sun Comes Out
Two albums that bridge the Arkestra's move from Chicago to New York in the early 1960s.

Sun Ra Holiday For Soul Dance
Ra goes back to his roots in this hommage to the big-band sound of Duke Ellington and Fletcher Henderson.