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Louis Sclavis Sources
The clarinettist with keys and electric guitar: chamber-improv, polyrhythms and ambience, rhapsodic piano and funky Fender, clarinet soliloquies, counterpoint, a little Bitches Brew, some North African...

Michael Mantler For Two
Eighteen concise duets devised for jazz guitarist (improvising and freely interpreting) and classical pianist (following the score) here Bjarne Roupe and Per Salo.

Marcin Wasilewski Trio Faithful
Polish piano trio lining up Ornette, Hermeto Pascoal, Hans Eisler, Paul Bley and Fran Landesman alongside five of its leader's compositions.

Bennie Maupin The Jewel In The Lotus
From 1974 with Herbie Hancock (piano, electric paino), Buster Williams (bass), Frederick Waits (drums, marimba), Billy Hart (drums), Bill Summers (percussion), Charles Sullivan (trumpet).

Marilyn Mazur Elixir
Marimba, bowed vibraphone and waterphone, hang, bells, gongs, cymbals, magic drum, log drum, sheep bells, Indian cowbells, udu drum, various drums and metal-utensils... with Jan Garbarek.

Stephan Micus Bold As Light
Multi-tracking especially the raj nplaim from Laos and the nohkan from Japan (a free-reed pipe and flute, both bamboo), as well as many male voices, inspired by Georgian polyphony, sung by himself.

Miroslav Vitous Universal Syncopations
With Chick Corea, piano; John McLaughlin, guitar; Miroslav Vitous, double-bass; Jack DeJohnette, drums.

Miroslav Vitous Universal Syncopations II
The Weather Report bassist brilliantly driving a core group including a bandoneon, three saxes, two drummers and Randy Brecker through and around swells of orchestra and choir. Ambitious and original.