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Al Johnson Back For More
Superb 1980 soul album classic two-step business produced by Norman Connors, with The Jones Girls on backing vocals, and Jean Carn guesting.






Thelonious Monk Monk's Blues
His last Columbia, with the quartet plus eleven horns, guitar and percussion, led by Oliver Nelson through his own arrangements of several Monk masterpieces. A bit of a stretch, but T plays it cool, of course.






Bob Dylan Brandeis University 1963
Recorded a couple of weeks before the release of Freewheelin', when Dylan was lower on the bill than Jean Ritchie. Red-Scare-mongering gets the piss taken badly; there's a terriffic Masters Of War. Audiophile 180g.




Janis Joplin Pearl
Audiophile, RTI, HQ-180g.



Clifford Coulter The Better Part Of Me
What a great record. Soaring early-eighties soul from Bill Withers' spar original, loose-limbed and funky, full of emotional intelligence and good vibes. Includes Love's Too Hot To Hide, two-step heaven.