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Robert Glasper Double Booked
The deft collision of jazz and hiphop-inflected funk promised by the Blue Note debut of a Maxwell and The Roots collaborator. Dilla meets Monk; De La Soul meets Ahmad Jamal. Contributions from Bilal and Mos Def.



Robert Glasper Black Radio 2
Vocals from Common, Brandy, Jill Scott, Dwele, Anthony Hamilton, Faith Evans, Norah Jones, Snoop Dogg, Lupe Fiasco, Emeli Sande, Lalah Hathaway, amongst others. Extras on the pricier CD.



Dexter Gordon Go
Dexter Gordon (tenor sax), Sonny Clark (piano), Butch Warren (bass), Billy Higgins (drums).




Dexter Gordon A Swingin' Affair
Kicks off with the rollicking samba Soy Califa; then a ravishing, bittersweet Don't Explain... key Dexter. Recorded the same week as Go! with Sonny Clark on top form throughout. Don't miss Don't Explain.



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.




Grant Green Matador
Re-visiting My Favourite Things with Elvin Jones, Bob Cranshaw and McCoy Tyner the Coltrane group still hot from the Crescent session. 1964 Blue Note reissued by Heavenly Sweetness, a jazz must.



Grant Green Street Of Dreams
Grant Green (guitar), Larry Young (organ), Elvin Jones (drums), Bobby Hutcherson (vibes).





Grant Green The Latin Bit
From 1963 with Wendell Marshall (bass), Willie Bobo (drums), Johnny Acea (piano), Carlos 'Patato' Valdes (congas), Gavin Masseaux (chekere); and on the last two Ike Quebec and Sonny Clark.



Grant Green Idle Moments
Perhaps his best jazz album (setting aside the funk) with Joe Henderson, Duke Pearson, Bobby Hutcherson. The extended title-track is meltingly gorgeous.



Grant Green Shades Of Green
From 1972, including three killer JB's, the funkiest of them In The Middle. Seventies issue with blue Liberty labels: the vinyl is perfect; the sleeve excellent, still wrapped, with a cut-corner top-right.