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The Greg Foat Group Dark Is The Sun
With harpsichord, tubular bells and a fifteen-strong choir. Nods to luminaries like Bruno Nicolai, Michel Legrand and Serge Gainsbourg; also UK jazzmen Michael Garrick, Keith Mansfield and Alan Hawkshaw.




John Heartsman And Circles Music Of My Heart
This Sacramento session-musician backed a long list of blues and soul luminaries throughout the late fifties and sixties before a club residency span into this cool mix of funky soul and organ-combo jazz.



Bobby Jackson The Cafe Extra-Ordinaire Story
Deeply grooving modal jazz from Minneapolis, 1970, the pet project of a jazz activist and nightclub-owner (and the bassist here) with burning horns, Bobby Lyle and Hubert Eaves on keys.



Jef Gilson
Tremendous retrospective of the protean, but neglected French jazzbo pianist, composer, arranger, label-boss choca with modal gems, a cathedral choir, The Creator Has A Masterplan, Madagascan field recordings.....







Owen Marshall The Naked Truth
A free, one-away blend of moody spiritual jazz, rhythmic black psychedelia and out exotica introducing the home-made hose-a-phone, tube-phone, ply-tar and boonet, in amongst the electric piano, drums and co.



Master Plan Inc.
All previously unreleased, from band-leader Fred Shorts' personal archive: modern soul, seventies groovers, mid-tempo crossover dancers, and high energy funk from Chicago, 1973-84. No filler.




Ada Moore The Devil Is A Woman
From the Chicagoan's 1955 ten for Debut, with Mingus, Tal Farlow and Oscar Pettiford tasty, low-down and bluesy in the style of Dinah Washington and Billie Holiday.



Nathan Davis The Best Of '65-76
A fine selection from recordings in France, Germany, Turkey, Yugoslavia and the US his unsung saxophones and flute in settings from deeply spiritual, to funky, to hauntingly modal, and jazz to Middle Eastern.



Ohio Penitentiary 511 Jazz Ensemble Hard Luck Soul
'Moods And Ideations In Contemporary Jazz', performed by prisoners, recorded inside the jail in the early 1970s.



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