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Sarah Webster Fabio Jujus, Alchemy Of The Blues
'The epitome of my experimenting with the integration of music and poetry in a Black idiom taken from the rich source of inspiration welling from the Black experience here in America.'



Andras Schiff J.S. Bach, Goldberg Variations
The New York Times — 'Mr Schiff is, in Bach, a phenomenon. He has quite simply internalized this music. He doesn’t so much perform it as emit, breathe it.'



Alexander von Schlippenbach Broomriding
With Paul Lovens, Tristan Honsinger and Rudi Mahall in 2002.



Alexander von Schlippenbach Friulian Sketches
With Tristan Honsinger playing cello, and clarinettist Daniel D'Agaro, in 2008.



Alexander von Schlippenbach The Living Music
With Manfred Schoof, Peter Brotzmann, Michael Pilz, Paul Rutherford, Buschi Niebergall and Han Bennink, in 1969.



Manfred Schoof Resonance
The German trumpeter's own selection from his three seventies ECM/JAPOs — Scales, Light Lines, and Horizons. Beautiful, lyrical ballads, starkly dramatic post-bop, explosive improvisation.



School Me! Volume One 1968-1975
Wonderful selection of funk, jazz and psych by US high school stage bands and university lab and jazz ensembles, tirelessly extracted from a zillion micro-pressed, locally-sold LPs.



Jimmy Scott Falling In Love Is Wonderful
At his heartbreaking best, in 1962: that perfect castrato voice overflowing with lack on love songs arranged by Gerald Wilson and Marty Paich, with label-boss Ray Charles supervising and playing piano.



Ronnie Scott And Phil Seamen Quintets
Hard bop BBC recordings from 1956. Scott with Jimmy Deuchar on trumpet, Terry Shannon on piano, Lennie Bush on bass and Allan Ganley on drums; Seamen's lineup features Joe Harriott.




Phil Seamen The Late Great Phil Seamen
A wide-ranging tribute to the greatest European drummer of all time — solo, and in groups led by Joe Harriott, Harold McNair, Stan Tracey, Dizzy Reece, Victor Feldman, Tony Coe, Kenny Graham and co.



Phil Seamen Seamen's Mission
A tremendous survey of the great, cantankerous drummer's work throughout the 1950s for Tubby Hayes, Dizzy Reece, Kenny Graham, Joe Harriott, Ronnie Scott, Jimmy Deuchar, Victor Feldman and co.



Sedition Ensemble Regeneration Report
Hot 1981 mix of ESG-style no wave, revolutionary jazz rap, Latin, loft harmolodics and plain old nasty funk, with players from Prime Time and Defunkt, and the bands of Rollins, Eddie Gayle and Johnny Pacheco.



Trygve Seim Sangam
The title — 'coming together' in Sanskrit, sometimes 'the meeting-point of three rivers' — alludes to the mixture here of jazz, contemporary composition and diverse world folk traditions.