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Art Blakey A Day With Art Blakey 1961
Lee Morgan, Wayne Shorter, Bobby Timmons, Jamie Merritt; live in Tokyo.





Terence Blanchard Magnetic
Bracingly direct and spontaneous, with Brice Winston and Ravi Coltrane, Lionel Loueke on guitar, Fabian Almazan on piano, Ron Carter and Joshua Crumbly, Kendrick Scott on drums.



Carla Bley Carla's Christmas Carols
With Steve Swallow and The Partyka Brass Quintet and the brilliant arranging you'd expect, radiant and scrupulous, twinklingly awakening from the deep tunes like Away In A Manger, God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen.



Paul Bley, Ornette Coleman, Don Cherry, Charlie Haden, Billy Higgins Live At The Hillcrest Club, 1958
Monumental Ornette. Bley is nominal leader; Ornette bosses things, running free with Cherry. The Blessing, a Bird, an Eldridge, Ramblin'... The complete show, decently recorded, on audiophile clear vinyl.



Blue Notes Before The Wind Changes
Chris McGregor, Dudu Pukwana, Johnny Dyani and Louis Moholo live in Belgium, 1979.



The Bobby Hamilton Quartet Unlimited Dream Queen
Spiritual jazz funk LP, privately-pressed in 1972 and currently hard-sought. This reissue to Superfly's spanking standards 180g vinyl, paste-on covers from Japan. Last few.



Borah Bergman Trio Luminescence
'Rich and soulful... Influenced by the exotic melismas of cantorial singing, the counterpoint of Bach and the harmonic beauty of Alban Berg and Bill Evans'. Top-notch rhythm section; Zorn on one track.





Bridge Into The New Age Funky Afro-Centric Spiritual Sounds From Jazz's Forgotten Decade
Earth-moving stuff here, of course, with Joe Henderson, Alice Coltrane, Gary Bartz, Norman Connors... but 'forgotten'? Even as a marketing angle, you must be kidding.



Hugh Brodie And The Real Thing
JAROFRO, is the idea. Fine JAzz, ROck, aFRO-Funk, by turns. A warm, enthusiastic session from New York, 1975.