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Michael Galasso High Lines
The violinist acclaimed for his work with Wong Kar-wai and Robert Wilson — here with a quartet including Terje Rypdal.

Kenny Wheeler The Widow In The Window
With John Abercrombie, John Taylor, Dave Holland, Pete Erskine.

Andy Sheppard Movements In Colour
'Elegant saxophone and the strongly-contrasting guitars of Parricelli and Aarset are lifted up by the rhythmic drive of Arild Andersen’s muscular bass and the crisp, dynamic tabla of Kuljit Bhamra.'

Jon Balke Kyanos
Septet settings for his Magnetic North Orchestra: textured, melodic and alert in the great tradition of the Duke and Gil Evans. The title is the Greek word for blue.

Don Cherry Dona Nostra
'Intimate conversations evolve spontaneously from the sextet, goaded by sparse piano, free-associating acoustic bass, and tasteful splashes of percussion... candidly expressive trumpet' (Wired).

Dino Saluzzi Ojos Negros
The Argentinean bandoneon giant with German cellist Anja Lechner (from the Rosamunde Quartet). Crafted, free chamber music with inspirational roots in South American tradition — this is fab.

Pat Metheny Rejoicing
With Charlie Haden and Billy Higgins (and kicking off with a Lonely Woman).

Charlie Haden Magico
With Jan Garbarek and Egberto Gismonti.

Christian Wallumrod The Zoo Is Far
Concentrated nuggets and shards — two dozen — by an ensemble of jazz, classical and Norwegian-folk musicians, led by the pianist-composer.

Trygve Seim Sangam
The title — 'coming together' in Sanskrit, sometimes 'the meeting-point of three rivers' — alludes to the mixture here of jazz, contemporary composition and diverse world folk traditions.

Ketil Bjornstad Life In Leipzig
A live recording with guitarist Terje Rypdal revisiting his If Mountains Could Sing and Skywards, and the pianist's Water Stories and The Sea — throwing in a snatch of Grieg, and new material.

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.

David Torn Prezens
On guitars, live-sampling and manipulation, with Tim Berne, Craig Taborn, and two drummers — Tom Rainey and Matt Chamberlain.

Tord Gustavsen Restored, Returned
With bassist Mats Eilertsen and saxophonist Tore Brunborg — and introducing the seductive, bluesy voice of Kristin Asbjornsen on Tord’s settings of the poetry of W.H. Auden.