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Grant Green The Complete Quartets With Sonny Clark
The Nigeria, Oleo and Gooden's Corner sets, including a killer It Ain't Necessarily So.

Grant Green His Majesty King Funk
With Larry Young, Candido and Harold Vick in 1965. Canteloupe Woman, Selma March... Coupled with the LP Up With Donald Byrd from the year before, with Herbie, Stan The Man, Candido again...

Bunky Green Playin' For Keeps
The mid-sixties Argo albums Playin' For Keeps and Testifyin' Time, plus a bonus track.

Burton Greene Introducing Burton Greene
With Byard Lancaster. 360 Sound Stereo original.
Good-looking VG sleeve with some colouration on the back, and a cut-out hole punched bottom left.

Burton Greene The Past Is Also The Future
Narada Burton Greene, piano solo, 1978.

The Greg Foat Group Dark Is The Sun
With harpsichord, tubular bells and a fifteen-strong choir. Nods to luminaries like Bruno Nicolai, Michel Legrand and Serge Gainsbourg; also UK jazzmen Michael Garrick, Keith Mansfield and Alan Hawkshaw.

Dick Griffin Now Is The Time
Excellent spiritual jazz LP from the Strata East trombonist, with Clifford Jordan in 1979 also Donald Smith, Lonnie's brother, singing beautifully. (That was him on Expansions, too.)

Gruppo Di Improvvisazione Nuova Consonanza Musica Su Schemi
An early-1970s composers collective Morricone on trumpet into aleatory improv, musique concrete, electronics. John Zorn: 'Owed little or nothing to anybody and created some of the strangest music ever made.'

Lars Gullin Swings
The great, great Swedish baritone player in the manner of cool schoolers like Gerry Mulligan and Serge Chaloff, but with his own improvisatory touch, and dabs of Swedish folk in the late 1950s.