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Candido Featuring Al Cohn, In Indigo
The great Afro-Cuban drummer in bebop settings, with guitarist Joe Puma and keyboardist Dick Hyman on both original LPs; and the relaxed tenor of Al Cohn on the first, trumpeter Ernie Royal the second.

Candido Candido The Volcanic, Latin Fire
Two original LPs by the great Cuban conga and bongo player, with Art Farmer, Hank Jones, Phil Woods and co.

The Mastersounds The Mastersounds Play
Collecting three original late-fifties LPs by Montgomery brothers Buddy and Monk, and co: The Mastersounds Play Horace Silver, Ballads And Blues, and In Concert. Buddy's vibes carry the swing, especially on Horace.

Carmen McRae Woman Talk
Two LPs of mid-sixties club dates Woman Talk (with Feelin' Good), at The Village Gate, and Live And Wailing, at The Half Note.

Shorty Rogers Afro-Cuban Influence
Great big-band Latin jazz from 1958, with alumni like Manne, Rosolino, Holman, Geller, Bob Cooper; and no scrimping on percussion. Coupled with Shorty Rogers Meets Tarzan, from the following year.

Zoot Sims Meets Lamberts, Hendricks And Ross
Two World Pacifics from 1959, The Swingers! and A Gasser! (featuring Annie Ross on her own). Straight songs and hip new renditions of great stuff like Little Niles, Four, Airegin, Now's The Time.

Ronnie Ball All About Ronnie
Under the spell of Lennie Tristano with Ted Brown, Warne Marsh, Lee Konitz and other alumni of that set. Ronnie sounds like he's concentrating hard, but altogether this is lovely stuff.

Sonny Stitt Plays Jimmy Giuffre
A startling combination and a great record, with a thrilling tension between the two approaches, bringing a little extra expressiveness to Stitt's hard bop machismo.

Duke Ellington And Johnny Hodges Back To Back
The great 1959 session, a sextet including Harry Eddison. Bluesy, laid-back and intimate, pure class.

Paul Horn Plenty Of Horn
The restlessly intelligent House Of Horn and Plenty Of Horn sessions with sidemen including Fred Katz (on cello), Billy Bean, Mongo Santamaria, and former boss Chico Hamilton and extras.

Curtis Fuller Curtis Fuller Quintet With Sonny Red
Two Prestiges and a Savoy, all classics: with Doug Watkins, Hank Jones, and Louis Hayes (on all three originals); Red Garland and Paul Chambers; Tommy Flanagan and George Tucker. Curtis Fuller! Sonny Red!

Sahib Shihab Complete Sextets Sessions 1956-1957
Savoys and an Epic with a cast including Bill Evans, Paul Chambers, Benny Golson, Clifford Jordan, Danny Richmond and Elvin Jones.

Cecil Taylor Jazz Advance
With Steve Lacy (soprano sax), Buell Neidlinger (bass), Dennis Charles (drums).

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