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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.



Steve Reich Octet, Music For A Large Ensemble, Violin Phase
Two violins, moving slightly apart in tempo during a sixteen-note melody, and back again, out one-sixteenth of a note, in three cycles. Octet and Music explore 'the human breath as the measure of musical duration'.





Sonny Stitt Plays Jimmy Giuffre
A startling combination and a great record, with a thrilling tension between the two approaches, bringing a little extra expressiveness to Stitt's hard bop machismo.



Sonny Stitt 12!
Exemplary bebop personal, burning including a typically fine Stitt ballad. From 1972, with Barry Harris, Louis Hayes and Sam Jones.






Monette Sudler Where Have All The Legends Gone?
Good to see this Philadelphian guitarist back, in this warm, spontaneous session (with John Betsch drumming), covering Stanley Cowell, Doug Carn and Wayne Shorter, and Bill Withers, in amongst her originals.