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William Parker I Plan To Stay A Believer
Firing Curtis interpretations, full of funk and soulfulness, grooving jazz fire, and good old-fashioned revolutionary politics, by this octet with Hamid Drake, Dave Burrell, Leena Conquest, Amiri Baraka.

William Parker Crumbling In the Shadows Is Fraulein Miller's Stale Cake
Utterly magnificent, spiritualized, engrossing solo bass two new albums, and the reissue of Testimony, from 1995 and a 48-page book of writings, powerful and profound. Beautifully boxed, limited.

William Parker Wood Flute Songs
A monumental set of multi-track concert recordings, all previously unissued, from 2006-2012 (with over half the compositions also debuted here). One the year's key jazz releases, in an edition of 1500.

Mary Lou Williams Mary Lou's Mass
Her funky, spiritual jazz masterpiece, our favourite of her albums. A factory-sealed cut-out, with a notch in the case.

Mary Lou Williams Zoning
Mary Elfrieda Scruggs is from the Big Band tradition, and quite pedagogical about it, but you can hear Trane in Black Christ Of The Andes, and Tyner in this 1974 trio date.

Cassandra Wilson Loverly
Tip-top Cassandra. Great songs.

Anne Wirz Infini
A classy jazz vocal debut, presented by the French label which recently revived Doug Hammond.

Wolfert Brederode Quartet Post Scriptum
Piano invoking Mal Waldron and Debussy both with clarinet, double bass, drums.

Bernard Wright Nard, Funky Beat
Classic early-eighties jazz-funk for GRP, with Hoboglabotribin, Spinnin, and a nice cover of Miles' Solar amongst the highlights of his teenage debut; likewise Weldon Irvine's Mr Clean on the follow-up.

Yoshi Wada Singing In Unison
Modal vocal improvisations by Richard Hayman, Imani Smith, Wada himself a deeply meditative blend of Zen Buddhist chants, YW's time with Pandit Pran Nath, Smith's Sufism, Fluxus avant-gardism.

Otomo Yoshihide Piano Solo
A rare show: the piano as a control matrix for harmonically rich feedback tones and devastating clusters of complex noise. Beautifully rendered at 45rpm.

Otomo Yoshihide Quintet, Sextet
Otomo and sampler Sachiko with Evan Parker, John Edwards and Tony Marsh and John Butcher making up the sextet.