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Curtis Fuller Blues-Ette
With Benny Golson, Tommy Flanagan, Jimmy Garrison and Al Harewood, and for many people the great trombonist's best record. Warm, swinging, flowing, catchy ensemble-playing — a sublime and understated masterpiece.





Curtis Fuller With Benny Golson
With Lee Morgan, Wynton Kelly and Paul Chambers in 1959, the fabulous trombonist at the threshold of his Jazz Messengers stint, with dates for Miles, Sonny Clark and John Coltrane already under his belt.



Michael Galasso High Lines
The violinist acclaimed for his work with Wong Kar-wai and Robert Wilson — here with a quartet including Terje Rypdal.



Eddie Gale Black Rhythm Happening
His second Blue Note, from 1969, with Elvin Jones and Jimmy Lyons, like Ghetto Music headily brewing together funky grooves, a gospel street choir, and late-sixties free-form freakery.



Eddie Gale Ghetto Music
1968 leader's debut for the trumpeter, who came up under Kenny Dorham, jammed with Jackie Mac and Trane, chipped into Unit Structures and Of Peace And Love, besides decades with Ra (thing like Lanquidity).



Red Garland Soul Junction
1957 quintet with John Coltrane and Donald Byrd, released by Prestige in 1960. The sixteen-minute title-track features stunning solo piano... mellow and bluesy.



Carlos Garnett Black Love
With Dee Dee Bridgewater, Buster Williams, Norman Connors and full crew, from 1974. Some blazing Black Jazz, a couple of ballads, and the fuzzy deep-funk classic Taurus Woman.



Michael Garrick Troppo
Crafted, contemplative, beautiful songs from 1973, with Garrick trying out Fender Rhodes for the first time, and including Fellow Feeling, in memory of Joe Harriott, who had died earlier in the year.




Michael Garrick Home Stretch Blues
'I've loved all the groups I've been involved in, but this one particularly. As Norma Winstone says, it was like a family' (Michael Garrick).



Michael Garrick Poetry And Jazz In Concert
A quintet featuring Joe Harriott and Shake Keane (with Coleridge Goode and John Barnes); alongside poets Dannie Abse, Laurie Lee, Adrian Mitchell and Jeremy Robson.



Michael Garrick Black Marigolds
'... reworks Duke Ellington’s approach into a personal vision comprising poetry, religious music and unusual instrumentation… a superb album of unorthodox jazz originals.' The Guardian