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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

Michael Garrick Mr Smith's Apocalypse
A tripped-out jazz cantata — a school choir, Norma Winstone, Don Rendell, Art Themen, Henry Lowther, Coleridge Goode, alongside the pianist. Originally on Argo, under the name Garrick's Fairground.

Michael Garrick, Shake Keane Rising Stars
Exotica, a bossa, and real-deal British bebop from 1964: four unissued cues featuring The Hastings Girl Choir, and four cuts with Coleridge Goode and Bobby Orr.

Gary Burton Ring
Mick Goodrick guitar, Pat Metheny guitars, Steve Swallow bass guitar, Bob Moses percussion, Eberhard Weber bass.

Gato Barbieri Chapter Three: Viva Emiliano Zapata
Terrific Latin jazz: Chico O'Farrill directs the band, including legends like ace percussionists Ray Mantilla, Portinho, Luis Mangual and Ray Armando, then Seldon Powell, Grady Tate, Ron Carter...

Wilton 'Bogey' Gaynair Africa Calling
From 1960: Wilton 'Bogey' Gaynair (tenor sax), Ellsworth 'Shake' Keane (trumpet, flugelhorn), Terry Shannon (piano), Jeff Clyne (bass), Bill Eyden (drums).

Wilton 'Bogey' Gaynair Blue Bogey
From 1959: Wilton 'Bogey' Gaynair (tenor sax), Kenny Napper (bass), Terry Shandon (piano), Bill Eyden (drums).

Gene Shaw Break Through
The Mingus trumpeter's debut as a leader, for Argo in 1962. Brilliant rocking hard bop, with plenty of heart; superb playing.

George Benson Erotic Moods
With the funky, bad-ass Smoking Cheeba-Cheeba. A bit of a skeleton in the closet, surely — the debauched transition from Wes Montgomery-styled 60s soul jazz, to the urbane sophistication of his super-stardom.