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Frank Rosolino Turn Me Loose!
Frank was a fantastic trombonist but a bit of a headache as a singer. With Victor Feldman in 1961.

Annie Ross Sings A Song With Mulligan!
Everything from 1957-58, supplementing the original album with the 10-inch Annie By Candlelight from the year before, and the 45 of Skylark. Coolly sublime.

Charlie Rouse Quartet And Quintet
Four unmissable original LPs from the Monk alumnus: three as leader Takin' Care Of Business, We Paid Our Dues, Yeah! plus Dave Bailey's classic Gettin' Into Something. Brilliant bebop, lovely ballads... killer!

Charlie Rouse Bossa Nova Bacchanal
Gorgeous, swinging jazz excursions in Caribbean folk, Latin and samba styles, with Willie Bobo, Patato Valdes and Gavin Masseaux lighting the way on percussion. Irresistible stuff from 1964.

Roswell Rudd Blown Bone
The great trombonist in a rollicking mid-70s session with Steve Lacy (in top form), Wilbur Little and Paul Motian, and guests like Enrico Rava and in a stirring green protest song Sheila Jordan.

Rudy Smith Quartet Still Around
Very assured jazz settings for Rudy's masterful pan playing, from 1984.

Patrice Rushen Prelusion
With George Bohannon (trombone), Oscar Brashear (trumpet, flugelhorn), Hadley Caliman (flutes, soprano sax), Joe Henderson (tenor), Ndugu (drums), Tony Dumas (bass), Kenneth Nash (percussion).

George Russell New York N.Y.
One of the great jazz albums of all time, an orchestra date, intimate, tightly-knit, with genius and unique arrangements, beautiful soloing from the likes of Trane and Bill Evans, and Jon Hendricks' hip intros.

George Russell Jazz In The Space Age
The great 1960 recording, with big band and both Paul Bley and Bill Evans on pianos, twinned with an amateur recording of a complete concert by the Septet, later in the same year.