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Harold McNair
Harold McNair, Flute And Nut


The legendary JA flautist's 1968 quartet date with Bill Le Sage, Spike Heatley and Tony Carr; and a 1970 big-band LP with arrangements by John Cameron. Mento, Joe Harriott, Donovan and Sahib Shihab all in the mix.

Chain Reaction Indebted To You
Sweet, one-away, rare-groove soul from the JA trio of Bruce Ruffin, Bobby Davis and Dave Barker (from The Techniques and The Sensations, and various Upsetters sessions), recorded in London in the mid-seventies.

Father's Children
The 1979 masterpiece of the Washington DC eight-piece recently celebrated by Numero: high steppin’ rhythms, tight, funky arrangements and gorgeous gospel-influenced vocal harmonies. Hollywood Dreamin'!

Michael Garrick Troppo
Crafted, contemplative, beautiful songs from 1973, with Garrick trying out Fender Rhodes for the first time, and including Fellow Feeling, in memory of Joe Harriott, who had died earlier in the year.

Michael Garrick Home Stretch Blues
'I've loved all the groups I've been involved in, but this one particularly. As Norma Winstone says, it was like a family' (Michael Garrick).

Michael Garrick Poetry And Jazz In Concert
A quintet featuring Joe Harriott and Shake Keane (with Coleridge Goode and John Barnes); alongside poets Dannie Abse, Laurie Lee, Adrian Mitchell and Jeremy Robson.

Michael Garrick Black Marigolds
'... reworks Duke Ellington’s approach into a personal vision comprising poetry, religious music and unusual instrumentation… a superb album of unorthodox jazz originals.' The Guardian

Michael Garrick Mr Smith's Apocalypse
A tripped-out jazz cantata — a school choir, Norma Winstone, Don Rendell, Art Themen, Henry Lowther, Coleridge Goode, alongside the pianist. Originally on Argo, under the name Garrick's Fairground.

Joe Harriott Movement, High Spirits
Two contrasting, early-1960s Lansdowne LPs: Movement (with Shake Keane) includes three JH free-forms, a Michael Garrick, and the haunting Morning Blue; High Spirits re-presents the Broadway musical.

Tubby Hayes Just Friends
With Paul Gonzalves, visiting London with the Duke in 1964; alongside baritone, trumpets, trombone, Stan Tracey, bass, drums. Coupled with the London Swings album by The Johnny Scott Orchestra.

Bennie Maupin Slow Traffic To The Right, Moonscapes
The first of these two original Mercury LPs is a classic, with the killers Water Torture and Quasar, lithe Headhunters vibes, and Patrice Rushen, Paul Jackson, Eddie Henderson and co in the place.

Dick Morrissey Here And Now And Sounding Good, Storm Warning!
The two albums with Harry South, Phil Bates and Bill Eyden, from 1965 — expertly remastered for this reissue by Michael Dutton from the original analogue tapes.

Alan Skidmore TCB
1970 quintet recording, with John Surman and Mike Osborne sitting in.