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Curtis Counce Exploring The Future
You need the two Contemporaries, and you need this with the great pianist Elmo Hope replacing Carl Perkins (dead from heroin at 29), alongside Harold Land and Frank Butler, two more HJ heroes.



Francois Couturier Tarkovsky Quartet
Poetic ballads for piano, cello, saxophone and accordion, taking inspiration from the Russian film-maker (and nodding to Bach, Pergolesi and Shostakovich).



Kenny Cox Clap Clap! The Joyful Noise
Previously unreleased mid-70s jazz intended for the legendary Detroit label Strata Records. Upful, bluesy and soulful, with strong Latin and Caribbean flavours.



Lol Coxhill, Alex Ward Old Sights, New Sounds
Improvisations on soprano saxophone and clarinet.




Creative Arts Ensemble One Step Out
Brilliant, questing, modal jazz for Horace Tapscott's Nimbus label by this 10-piece featuring old faces like George Bohannon and Heny 'The Skipper' Franklin, from 1981.



Marilyn Crispell One Dark Night I Left My Silent House
Piano duets with David Rothenberg, playing clarinet and bass clarinet.



Sonny Criss, Kenny Dorham The Bopmasters
Criss from 1959, with Wynton Kelly; Dorham 1956, with J.R. Montrose.
Small remainder cut in left-bottom edge.




Ted Curson The New Thing And The Blue Thing
The trumpeter from Mingus Presents Mingus and Shepp's Fire Music stepping out in 1965 with Bill Barron and the under-rated pianist George Arvanitas. Frisk Reava's Waltz for Mingus.



Cyminology Saburi
Farsi love songs, including a tribute to Norma Winstone, from the German-Iranian singer Cymin Samawatie.



Dans Les Arbres Canopee
Xavier Charles (clarinet, harmonica), Ivar Grydeland (electric guitar, banjo, sruti), Christian Wallumrod (prepared piano, harmonium), Ingar Zach (gran cassa, percussion).



Dave Bailey Gettin' Into Somethin'
Peck Morrison, Horace Parlan, Charlie Rouse, Curtis Fuller and Clark Terry. 1961.