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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.



That's Why
Norwegian Christian-folk-jazz drawn from the two early-seventies LPs of the Oslo-based group, led by Jan Simonsen and Per Arne Lovold, shepherded by Priest Olaf Hillestad.
No kidding!




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.



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.



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.



Spiritual Jazz Volume II
'Esoteric, modal and deep jazz from the European undergound, 1960-78.' 180g double-LP.



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.



Cal Tjader Mamblues
The fiery, 1958, Latin Jazz rug-cutter backed with the 1972, Purdie-propelled, fatback-funk version, from the Fritz The Cat soundtrack.



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.



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.....



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.



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



The Sidewinders Flatfoot Hustlin'
Seventies funk from Nova Scotia.



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