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Supersilent 7
Live in August 2004.

Supersilent 9
Hats off to the Oslo lot, back with such fascinating, dauntless, new-broom musicality after the departure of their drummer the trio grappling beatlessly, intently with Hammonds, in the deep space charted by Ra.

Susanna List Of Lights And Buoys
Her debut, with Jolene finally on vinyl.

Gabor Szabo Bacchanal
Recorded in 1968, in Los Angeles, his first for the Skye label. Donovan, Previn and Bacharach lightly fizzing with feedback.

Gabor Szabo Macho
Funky, grooving electric jazz from 1975. Arrangements and production by Bob James; horns by George Bohannon, Jon Faddis and Tom Scott; Harvey Mason, Idris Muhammad and Ralph McDonald on drums and percussion.

Gabor Szabo Bacchanal
The Bacchanal and 1969 LPs.

Gabor Szabo Jazz Raga
Originally issued by Impulse! in 1967 jazz, rock and psychedelic folk, spiced with sitars and a Latinesque backbeat. With Mizrab, and a cover of Paint It Black. Bernard Purdie is man of the match.

Craig Taborn Avenging Angel
Engrossing, luminous, abstract pianism from Evan Parker, Roscoe Mitchell cohort.

Jamaaladeen Tacuma For The Love Of Ornette
It isn't, of course with its own thriving lineup, diverse material, and funky old Tacuma himself but this is so suffused with his genius, and with his playing all over it, at times it's like a new Ornette album...

Aki Takase, Han Bennink 2 For 2
Sharp, explosive, lyrical piano-drums duets in three-minute chunks, steeped in Monk.

Horace Tapscott The Dark Tree
Horace Tapscott, our hero, and an unmissable record, from 1991. Some of his most compelling and brilliant playing; Cecil McBee, grooving out of this world; John Carter rampaging like Dolphy; Andrew Cyrille.