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Elvin Jones Illumination!
Great, great set with McCoy Tyner and Jimmy Garrison from the Trane quartet, and Prince Lasha and Sonny Simmons. With the gorgeous groover Half And Half.



Elvin Jones Midnight Walk
With Dollar Brand and Hank Mobley in 1967.




Elvin Jones Coalition
With two saxophones Frank Foster, George Coleman and Candido, Wilbur Little, in 1970. Kindred Spirits LP.



Ivan 'Boogaloo' Joe Jones Snake Rhythm Rock
Hot, fizzing, funky soul-jazz from 1973 the brilliant guitarist alongside Rusty Bryant, Grady Tate, Jimmy Lewis, Butch Cornell. With a tasty, indigo The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face, for good measure.



Ivan 'Boogaloo' Joe Jones Sweetback
Notwithstanding all eight of his fine Prestige albums, this 1975 Joka is the guitarist's most in-demand, arguably his funkiest, with the extra few years bringing added rock and soul, a bit more urgency.



Philly Joe Jones Blues For Dracula
A factory-sealed cut-out, with a notch in the case.



Sam Jones Cello And Bass
Three ace early-60s Riverside LPs, with lots of cello, taking time out from the Cannonball Adderley group: The Soul Society (with Jimmy Heath and co), Chant (Melba Liston) and Down Home (Ron Carter).



Darius Jones, Matthew Shipp Cosmic Lieder
Thirteen densely compact, wildly varied duets between piano and alto saxophone, crossing jazz, free improvisation and modern classical. Compelling, stunning; warmly recommended.





Jonny Trunk Presents Now We Are Ten
Celebrating a decade of magical music, inspired nonsense, revived childhood memories, the bizarre, the beautiful and the weird it's the Trunk 10th anniversary collection. Every home should have one!



Duke Jordan Flight To Jordan
1961: Duke Jordan (piano), Dizzy Reece (trumpet), Stanley Turrentine (tenor sax), Reggie Workman (bass), Art Taylor (drums).