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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.

Iro Haarla Quintet Vespers
Charged ballads from the outstanding composer-pianist-harpist Iro Haarla and her Finnish-Norwegian ensemble, including trumpeter Mathias Eick, saxophonist Trygve Seim and drummer Jon Christensen.

Weldon Irvine Liberated Brother
From 1972, taking time out from the Nina Simone band to cut this funky Black-Jazz-style set for his own label, with Horace Silver's 'personal seal of approval'. Includes Mr. Clean and Sister Sanctified.

Iskra 1903 Goldsmiths
A previously unissued concert recording from 1972.
Paul Rutherford, trombone; Derek Bailey, guitar; Barry Guy, double bass.

Pedro Iturralde Jazz Flamenco
Inspired, legendary fusion of sixties modal jazz and flamenco, with members of Tete Montoliu's group, and none other than Paco DeLucia, dazzling on electric guitar.

Pedro Iturralde Jazz Flamenco 2
The Vampisoul CD combines both LPs, Jazz Flamenco and Jazz Flamenco 2.

Vijay Iyer Tirtha
The brilliant jazz pianist fizzing in amongst the South Indian guitar-playing of Prasanna, and Nitin Mitta's classical, Hindustani tabla shimmering through Steve Reich, post punk, Carnatic Ellingtonia...

J Spaceman And Matthew Shipp SpaceShipp
This collaboration was birthed at Patti Smith's Meltdown festival. Magic golden voice drone, celestial ecstacy etc.

J.R. Monterose J.R. Monterose
The Mingus sax-man with Horace Silver, Philly Joe.
Japanese vinyl pressing.

Jabula Thunder And Happiness: The Complete Albums 1975-1976
Julian Bahula's upful township jazz. Like London-based cultural ambassadors of the ANC, with players from SA, the West Indies, and the UK.

Jack Kerouac Blues And Haikus
Teaming up with sax players Al Cohn and Zoot Sims for a series of abstract, spontaneous poetry-meets-jazz sessions.