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Sun Ra Cosmo Earth Fantasy
Two marvellous early-70s Saturns CEF and 'Sub Underground Series' ranging from lovely, intimate NY material (from 1962) to a 1974 live show, to the amazing titular Strange Strings variant, circa 1968.

Sun Ra Space Aura
Live in 1966, beamed down the same year as Strange Strings and Nothing Is. Ra's creep-show clavioline; Gilmore, Pat Patrick and Marshall Allen all outstanding. Fabulous sound, beautifully re-mastered.

Sun Ra Bad And Beautiful
The second NYC LP, from 1961, Ra on piano leading a three-saxes sextet away from the big-band Chicago sound, into the unknown. Plenty of Gilmore. Exotic Two is a terrific percussion-and-piano original.

Sun Ra Other Strange Worlds
'There's always more Ra being issued than anyone can keep up with. But this one's essential. Don't skip it', writes Byron Coley. Ra, Gilmore, Marshall Allen, Art Jenkins and Ali Hasaan in Ra's flat, 1965.

Salah Ragab Egyptian Jazz
Recorded in Heliopolis, Egypt, 1968-1973, with influences like Mongo Santamaria, Randy Weston, and Sun Ra (with whom Ragab toured extensively a decade later).

Zoe Rahman Melting Pot
We loved Zoe's first album The Cynic (now repressing) and her growing confidence and command won this a deserved Mercury nomination. Cracking trio interplay.

T. K. Ramamoorthy Fabulous Notes And Beats Of The Indian Carnatic-Jazz
The real thing, not yer curried bollocks: a deep fusion of the modes of traditional ragas with jazz rhythms and ideas, using a wide range of Indian and jazz instruments. Middle Eastern elements creep in, even Ethio...

Ramp Daylight
Backed with Faze-O's Riding High.

Ran Blake Driftwoods
Lovely, ruminative, lyrical piano playing from this master with snatches from some of your favourite songs weaving in and out, as Blake pays tribute to greats like Billie Holiday, Hank Williams, Nat King Cole.

Randy Weston African Cookbook
Wonderful 1964 recording, first out in 1972, with the title-track's twelve minutes of modal, percussive jazz dance (Big Black, Lenny McBrowne, Sir Harold Murray), and Booker Ervin heart-stopping on Portrait of Vivi...

Rashied Ali Quartet New Directions In Modern Music
The legendary drummer on late Trane like Interstellar Space and The Olatunji Concert, with Fred Simmons, Stafford James, Carlos Ward in 1973, for his own Survival label. A key avant-garde jazz LP.

Enrico Rava Easy Living
'... sumptuous lyricism rich in improvisational detail... Quite simply it numbers among the best jazz albums of the last decade' (Jazzwise).