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Art Blakey Art Blakey And His Jazz Messengers
From 1961 ó 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.



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



Gerry Mulligan, Paul Desmond Quartet
Their first together, from August 1957 ó a chilled blend of standards, and original compositions like Desmondís Blues In Time, and Mulliganís hit Line For Lyons.



Charles Mingus The Quintet Plus Max Roach
Sparkling Jazz Workshop session from 1955, including the first issue of Haitian Fight Song.



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 Cageís work from 1934 to date. The booklet contains his own commentary.







Jack Kerouac The Beat Generation According To Jack Kerouac
The three albums Poetry For The Beat Generation, with pianist Steve Allen; Blues And Haikus, with Zoot Sims and Al Cohn; Readings By Jack Kerouac. Plus an LP compiling out-takes, a college lecture, a TV appearance.



Southern Folk Heritage
The legendary field recordings made by Alan Lomax (and Shirley Collins), released by Atlantic Records in 1959. Quality vinyl, in a deluxe multiple sleeve, with a twenty-four page booklet.



Blind Willie McTell Amazing Grace
John Lomax was on a Library of Congress field trip in 1940 when he saw McTell busking in the car-park of the Atlanta Pig Ďn Whistle BBQ. The great man got a buck for this session. (Check the monologues).



Blind Willie McTell East St.Louis
Rare cuts for Regal Records in Atlanta in 1950, also featuring guitarist Curley Williams. This is the first time that many of these tracks have ever been issued on vinyl.



Robert Pete Williams Free Again
Recorded in Baton Rouge in 1960, when Williams was on parole, out of Angola prison, labouring eighty hours a week on a work-farm.