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Bobby Hutcherson Stick Up!
A Heavenly Sweetness LP reissue.



Bobby Hutcherson Oblique
With Herbie, Joe Chambers and bassist Albert Stinson in 1967 (after Happenings). Smart, swinging, affective stuff. Theme From Blow Up gets a good seeing to.



Hypnotic Brass Ensemble Hypnotic Brass Ensemble
Tear-up bad-boy brass-band scorchers. Just like dad crossed Sun Ra with Kool And The Gang, this crashes funkdafied New Orleans street jazz into hip hop. With Flea, Damon, Tony Allen, Malcolm from The Heliocentrics.



Hypnotic Brass Ensemble Alyo
Alyo is the hardest, funkiest track from the album (with Malcolm from The Heliocentrics on drums); Flipside wobbles and woozes, tippy-toes and pirouettes, with Mingus in its b-boy bones.




I Spy Music From The TV Series
Jazzy thrills and spills, composed and conducted by Earle Hagen.



Ian Carr Music Outside
An insider account of the jazz scene in Britain at the start of the 1970s, based around in-depth interviews with Mike Westbrook, Evan Parker, Chris McGregor and others. Expanded now, with extra photos too.



Idris Ackamoor Music Of Idris Ackamoor 1971-2004
Idris was leader of The Pyramids, Ohio afro-jazzbos of legend. This best-of includes unreleased sessions, recordings by their Strata East-style forerunners The Collective, and more recent work.



Solomon Ilori And His Afro-Drum Ensemble Igbesi Aiye / Gbogbo Omo Ibile
Vinyl debut of 1964 Blue Note recordings Donald Byrd, Elvin Jones and co in amongst resplendent Nigerian drumming. Around thirteen minutes of classic Pharoah and Alice Coltrane vibes, each side.




Impermanence Trio
A jazz-piano split release: Matthew Bourne with Vosloo and Giles, interspersing Ra and Duke with improv; Kit Downes with cellist Lucy Railton and sound sculptor Alex Killpartrick, more minimal and meditative.




Interviews And Essays Sun Ra
Plenty of errors (Languidity? With folk maestro Richard Thompson on bass?), and enough hot air to stick Branson on the moon, but some engrossing interviews, too.