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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...



Sarah Vaughan Divine: The Jazz Albums 1954-1958
The best recordings of this stupendous singer, arguably the greatest jazz singing there is for fucks sake, nattily presented like a seven-inch box-set. Brownie, Roy Haynes, Cannonball... Do yourself a favour.




The Velvet Underground The Velvet Underground And Nico
Facsimile LP; double-CD with extras, as pictured. Monster box-set due next week.



Joe Henderson Porgy And Bess
Signing off for Verve in 1997, the great tenor saxophonist with Conrad Herwig, John Scofield, Stefon Harris, Tommy Flanagan, Dave Holland and Jack DeJohnette and Chaka doing Summertime.





Max Roach Quiet As It's Kept
With the Turrentines and Julian Priester, Bob Boswell on bass, no piano (which opens things out). The title track is a Bill Lee composition; To Lady is a haunting Billie Holiday tribute.



Roy Ayers Virgo Red
The Ubiquity band on the straight and narrow, for them, with Harry Whitaker's keys to the fore: half funky, half mellow (with a nice Hutson cover). Remastered CD; straight-reissue Polydor LP.






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