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Etta James

DOXY

Her third LP after At Last! and Second Time Around produced by the Chess Brothers, released on Argo; with the all-time classic Something's Got A Hold On Me. This edition adds a couple of 45s.





Chet Baker Sings And Plays
'With Bud Shank, Russ Freeman And Strings', from 1955, Pacific Jazz. The quartet material kills it including such signature Chet as Lets Get Lost, Just Friends and Long Ago And Far Away.



Art Blakey Art Blakey And His Jazz Messengers
From 1961 with Wayne Shorter, Jymie Merritt, Lee Morgan and Bobby Timmons. Kicks off with a composition by Curtis Fuller, guesting here on his way into the Messengers lineup proper.




Paul Bley, Ornette Coleman, Don Cherry, Charlie Haden, Billy Higgins Live At The Hillcrest Club, 1958
Monumental Ornette. Bley is nominal leader; Ornette bosses things, running free with Cherry. The Blessing, a Bird, an Eldridge, Ramblin'... The complete show, decently recorded, on audiophile clear vinyl.



John Cage 25-Year Retrospective Concert Of The Music Of John Cage
Recorded live at the NYC Town Hall in 1958, this historic concert (organized by Jasper Johns and Robert Rauschenberg) reviewed Cages work from 1934 to date. The booklet contains his own commentary.




Sonny Clark Blues In The Night
Blue Note trio date with Paul Chambers and Wes Landers, in 1958.



John Coltrane Coltrane Time
With Cecil Taylor and Kenny Dorham, Chuck Israels and Louis Hayes fine bebop; and a gripping struggle to keep a slippery lid on the transgressiveness to come. Also known as Drive.



John Coltrane Jazz Way Out
From the 1958-59 sessions which produced the Savoy LPs Gold Coast and Dial Africa, originally issued under the name of fluegelhornist Wilbur Harden. Curtis Fuller and Tommy Flanagan, too.



John Coltrane Stardust
Prestige sides cut during his last months with Miles. With Paul Chambers, Red Garland, Jimmy Cobb. Audiophile clear vinyl.



John Coltrane The Believer
The 1958-9 Prestige, in fact headed up by the tuba player Ray Draper. The title-track is a McCoy Tyner composition; a young Freddie Hubbard is outstanding. Bassist Spanky DeBrest is a name to savour.



John Coltrane Ballads
JC plays beautifully, of course, showing his conservative detractors what-for; McCoy Tyner brings it on. Audiophile Clear Vinyl.




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