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Eddie Gale Ghetto Music
1968 leader's debut for the trumpeter, who came up under Kenny Dorham, jammed with Jackie Mac and Trane, chipped into Unit Structures and Of Peace And Love, besides decades with Ra (thing like Lanquidity).




Isaac Hayes Black Moses
1971 masterwork, after Shaft. Kicks off with a killer Jackson Five... a Bacharach And David, two Curtises, a little Philly... Ike's Rap, as sampled by Tricky et al. In the original cruciform fold-out sleeve. Baaad.



Lo Borges
Dazzlingly eclectic post-bossa from Brazil, 1972.



John Martyn Stormbringer!
The classic 1970 debut with Beverley Martyn. Rehearsed in Woodstock, with Levon Helm guesting on a couple, Joe Boyd producing. Lovely.



Percy Mayfield My Jug And I
'Well, I spoke to the river, and the river spoke back to me, and it said, You look so lonely, you look full of misery.'



Fred Neil The Sky Is Falling
The complete live recordings, 1963-1971.
The Rev-Ola CD is pictured (with extras). The vinyl is entitled Other Side Of This Life.



Fred Neil Sessions
Warm, comfy and loose unashamedly inchoate for Capitol in 1967.
Nice Percy Mayfield cover.



Nico Desertshore
Terrific arrangements by John Cale; Nico bleak but utterly captivating at the harmonium... a stone-cold classic.






Otis Redding The Great Otis Redding Sings Soul Ballads
Mr Pitiful at his most powerful, with the MGs in 1965.



Michael Rother Flammende Herzen
Duos with Jaki Liebezeit in 1976.



Jimmy Scott Falling In Love Is Wonderful
At his heartbreaking best, in 1962: that perfect castrato voice overflowing with lack on love songs arranged by Gerald Wilson and Marty Paich, with label-boss Ray Charles supervising and playing piano.



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