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Spiritual Jazz Volume II
'Esoteric, modal and deep jazz from the European undergound, 1960-78.' 180g double-LP.

Tomasz Stanko Dark Eyes
With new cohorts from Finland and Denmark — electric bass and guitar bringing a new tension and urgency — this is by turns fierce and hard, swinging and sparse, lyrical and mournful.

Tomasz Stanko Lontano
'The quintessence of experience of sorts. It has some free playing, some reflection, and we also played Komeda's Kattorna. Among my records this is the one I listened to the most after recording.'

Tomasz Stanko Soul Of Things
Beautiful, balladesque quartet album — moody, blue and restrained.

Tomasz Stanko Wislawa
Inspired by the great poet Wislawa Symborska, who died last year. Ace NY quartet. Full of dread and life, tersely sophisticated, imbued with Miles. Monk and Andrew Hill in the pianism. Always recommended, TS.

Stanley Clarke Children of Forever
Our favourite Stanley Clarke album by a country mile, this is classic, deep space-jazz, with Andy Bey and Dee Dee Bridgewater singing.

Stark Reality Acting, Thinking, Feeling
The very first recordings, and the Roller Coaster Ride and Hoagy Carmichael’s Music Shop albums. Monty Stark's plugged-in, freaky vibes, Abercrombie's fuzz guitar... for Ahmad Jamal. 'Hendrix meets Bitches Brew.'

Bobo Stenson Reflections
With Anders Jormin and Jon Christensen, bass and drums.

Steve Lacy Sortie, Disposabilty
Two albums recorded in Italy in the mid-sixties, the first with trumpeter Enrico Rava, both with Kent Carter and Aldo Romano, mixing originals with Monk, Carla Bley, Cecil Taylor.

Steve Lacy The Complete Whitey Mitchell Sessions
From 1956, a break from duties with Cecil Taylor: two sets originally released under the names of session leaders Tom Stewart — with Neal Hefti arrangements — and Red Mitchell's bro Whitey.

Steve Lacy Blinks
On fire, live in Zurich in 1983.