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Miles Davis Friday Night At The Blackhawk, Miles Davis In Person
With Hank Mobley, Wynton Kelly, Paul Chambers and Jimmy Cobb, live in San Francisco in 1961.



Miles Davis Jazz Track
His piercingly atmospheric soundtrack to this film released as Frantic in the US, better known here as Lift To The Scaffold. A neglected Miles, with some of his very best playing. Highly recommended.



Blossom Dearie Give Him The Ohh-La-La
Recording for Verve in 1957, fresh back from wowing Paris, a cultured mixture of solid-gold standards and obscurities. Accompanying herself on piano, captivating as always.



Kenny Dorham, Jackie McLean Inta Somethin'
Live at the Jazz Workshop in San Francisco, at the close of 1961. Jackie Mac is in terrific form. Tearing version of Una Mas a year before the Blue Note. Leroy Vinnegar, Walter Bishop, Art Taylor.





Bill Evans Waltz For Debby
The undisputed jazz classic, recorded live at The Village Vanguard in New York on June 25, 1961. With Scott LaFaro ten days before his death in a car accident and Paul Motian. DMM, 45rpm.




Morton Feldman, Earle Brown Morton Feldman, Earle Brown
A reissue of the 1962 double-header, with Feldman's Durations on one side, three EB's on the flip, David Tudor playing piano throughout.



Curtis Fuller With Benny Golson
With Lee Morgan, Wynton Kelly and Paul Chambers in 1959, the fabulous trombonist at the threshold of his Jazz Messengers stint, with dates for Miles, Sonny Clark and John Coltrane already under his belt.



Red Garland Soul Junction
1957 quintet with John Coltrane and Donald Byrd, released by Prestige in 1960. The sixteen-minute title-track features stunning solo piano... mellow and bluesy.



Joao Gilberto Chega De Saudade
Introducing the bossa nova in 1959, the original LP plus extras. Appearing effortlessly cultured and crafted, as natural as breath.