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Billie Holiday Velvet Mood
With a sextet including Sweets Edison and Benny Carter in 1956.



Victoria Spivey Three Kings And The Queen
From 1962. VS, Roosevelt Sykes, Lonnie Johnson — and Big Joe Williams with Bob Dylan on harmonica and back-up vocals. 'Now that’s a record that I hear from time to time and I don’t mind listening to it,' says Dylan...



Francoise Hardy Francoise Hardy
The 1962 album debut which propelled the eighteen-year-old to iconic stardom, kicking off with the hit Tous Les Garcons Et Les Filles.



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.



Ravi Shankar Improvisations
Eastern jazz from 1962, with Gary Peacock and Bud Shank. Including improvisations on Shankar's theme for Pather Panchali — what a great film — and two traditional Indian works, Carnatic and Hindustani both.



Ravi Shankar Three Ragas
His Western debut, recorded in London in 1956: amongst his very best albums, conceived as a kind of introduction to his music. With Chatur Lal, one of the greatest tabla players of all time.



Ravi Shankar And Ali Akbar-Kahn The Master Musicians Of India
Two ragas recorded for Prestige — with Ali Akbar-Khan, the world’s best sarod player, plus tabla and tamboura. (The first tamboura is Nodu C. Mullick, who made Shankar’s sitar.)



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.





Coleman Hawkins The Hawk Swings
With Thad Jones, George Duvivier, Eddie Costa and Osie Johnson in 1960.



Muddy Waters Down On Stovall's Plantation
His first recordings, from 1941. Alan Lomax came across him running a juke joint in Mississippi. With Henry Sims on violin, Louis Ford on mandolin, and Percy Thomas on guitar.



Jesse Fuller Jazz, Folk Songs, Spirituals, And Blues
Trads and originals recorded in 1958, JF accompanying himself on twelve-string guitar, harmonica, kazoo, cymbals and homemade six-string 'fotdella', played with hammers operated by the big toe of his right foot.