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Archie Shepp Mama Too Tight
At his very best, in 1966, with an octet including Charlie Haden, and the trombones of Grachan Moncur and Roswell Rudd. Full of cultured free-jazz fire with the Eastern Basheer, and the funky, riffing title track...




Archie Shepp The Magic Of Ju-Ju
Ju-Ju is 18 minutes of AS fire over waves of African-style drumming by Beaver Harris, Norman Connors, Ed Blackwell, Frank Charles, Dennis Charles. Original one-off. Two-centimetre split-seam, gatefold bottom right.



Archie Shepp Live At The Donaueschingen Music Festival
1967 Rudd and Moncur, Jimmy Garrison (an unmissable solo overture), and Beaver Harris, tearing like a tornado into three-quarters-of-an-hour of One For The Trane. One-off is the SABA original, VG sleeve.



Archie Shepp Archie Shepp And Philly Joe Jones
Anthony Braxton and Leroy Jenkins, too.
Original. The sleeve is lightly bent, top-right, front. Solver-foil price sticker with America Records logo.





Archie Shepp Live In San Francisco
Second, sixties pressing with ABC logo on the labels, in spanking original gatefold.



Andy Sheppard Movements In Colour
'Elegant saxophone and the strongly-contrasting guitars of Parricelli and Aarset are lifted up by the rhythmic drive of Arild Andersens muscular bass and the crisp, dynamic tabla of Kuljit Bhamra.'




Matthew Shipp Art Of The Improviser
Brilliant piano jazz. Back to acoustic for the bloke people inaptly compare with Cecil Taylor; erstwhile collaborator with the likes of Scanner and Anti-Pop Consortium. A disc of trio performances; the other solo.