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Mary Lou Williams
Mary Lou's Mass

FOLKWAYS

Her funky, spiritual jazz masterpiece, our favourite of her albums. A factory-sealed cut-out, with a notch in the case.



Lord Invader Calypso In New York
Sides from the 1940s and 50s, traditional songs and originals about Chicago and New York, the subway, racism and Pepsi, Africa and Trinidad. Factory-sealed cut-out, with an incision in the case.



Elizabeth Cotten Folksongs And Instrumentals With Guitar
Self-taught from age seven in country-rag-time on her bro's banjo (whilst he was out), the opener here was her first accomplishment. From fifty years later, this entire record is pure magic and downright essential.



Entourage Music And Theatre Ensemble
'Experimental-spiritualistic environments' sax, keys, perc, viola, recorder, guitar, mbira, under the influence of out-there multi-media, Noh and Balinese Theatre... and you know what. Glorious 1973 hippie shit.



Charles Cha Cha Shaw Into Morning
Spiritual free jazz and post-bop from 1976 debut as leader for this veteran of sessions with John Coltrane, Curtis Mayfield, Rashied Ali and co.





Havana And Matanzas, Cuba Bata, Bembe, And Palo Songs From The Historic Recordings Of Lydia Cabrera And Jo
Songs and ceremonies of the Yoruba, Dahomean, and Kongo-Angolan religions, performed by Marcus Portillo Dominguez, Candido Martinez and others, recorded in Cuba in the late 1950s by Lydia Cabrera.





Mary Lou Williams Zoning
Mary Elfrieda Scruggs is from the Big Band tradition, and quite pedagogical about it, but you can hear Trane in Black Christ Of The Andes, and Tyner in this 1974 trio date.



Roscoe Holcomb The High Lonesome Sound
'A certain sense of untamed control, which makes him one of the best' (Bob Dylan).
Classic hard-core Kentucky music, from three sessions in 1961, 1964 and 1974.




Mbuti Pygmies Of The Ituri Rainforest
A landmark field recording, exquisitely done, ambient and intimate, with beautiful music, and documentation by Colin Turnbull. A hit with Peter Brook, anyway.





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