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Dexter Gordon One Flight Up
Moody Paris jams from 1964 with Donald Byrd and Kenny Drew. Byrd's sweetly soulful Tanya extends 18 minutes; Drew's Coppin' is minor-key, modal soul jazz; the ballad is full-force DG, big and hurting.



Dexter Gordon Dexter Blows Hot And Cool
Tremendous Dexter. Carl Perkins in the place. Our favourite version of Cry Me A River.



Edward Larry Gordon Celestial Vibration
A private pressing from 1978 (though he went on to record for Eno on EG). Gently spiritual, hypnotic excursions on open-stringed zither and kalimba.



Toma Gouband Courants Des Vents
Lithophones and percussion made from pebbles, twigs, skins, flints.




Graham Collier Down Another Road / Song For My Father / Mosaics
Three albums Down Another Road (1969), Song For My Father (1970) and Mosaics (1971) remastered onto two discs. Great line-ups, with the likes of Harry Beckett, Alan Skidmore, Geoff Castle, Chick Webb.




Graham Collier Directing 14 Jackson Pollocks
A long new work, and fresh looks at compositions from throughout the career of this great, neglected jazzer setting out from a kind of British composite of Carla Bley, Mingus, Gil Evans and the Duke. Tremendous.