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Azanyah The One
Lovely, out-of-time spiritual jazz blurring into religiosity recorded in Atlanta in 1987, year of Criminal Minded and Paid In Full, but guided by Trane, early Norman Connors, Leon Thomas, Lonnie Liston Smith.




Brief Encounter Special Release
Late seventies LP (originally released on Seventy Seven) of funky rare groove and soulful ballads, highly coveted by collectors.



Roy Brooks Ethnic Expressions
'Post-Coltrane progressive jazz of the highest order... combines modal, rhythmic and Afro-centric jazz with politics, spirituality and positive vibes... deep, esoteric spiritual jazz.'
Jazz, jazz, jazz.



Charmaine Burnette (Am I The) Same Girl
Sweet London Lovers Rock version produced by Dennis Forbes in 1981. (The same session as Sugar Minott's Good Thing Going.)







Tino Contreras El Jazz Mexicano
The unlikely Mexican jazz drummer, with influences from India, Egypt, Turkey, Brazil: ritual Latino chant, off-the-wall percussion dance, avant-garde psych, exotic waltz, religio-chamber jazz, you name it.





Pete Drake The Spook
Steel guitar exotica by the virtuosic country and western session-man great fun.



Hilton Felton The Best Of Hilton Felton 1970-74
Early seventies, private-press soul jazz from early-seventies Washington DC, in the fat-and-funky tradition of Grant Green, Lonnie Smith and Brother Jack McDuff.



Gold
Previously-unreleased album of psych-soul, dancefloor funk, soulful ballads somewhere between Rotary Connection and 24 Carat Black including highly-sought-after, Cali-funk-soul seven What About The Child.



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