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MIke Westbrook
Celebration

KLIMT

Key sixties UK jazz from the Concert Band, featuring John Surman, Mike Osborne and Harry Miller, equal parts swinging and experimental, boundary-pushing and accessible. Originally out on Deram in 1967.



The Trio
Barre Phillips, Stu Martin and John Surman recording for Dawn in 1970. A free jazz classic.



Don Cherry Relativity Suite
Blazing with livity and the spirit of Pandit Pran Nath, leading the JCO in 1973 Charles Brackeen from Strata-East, Frank Lowe, Ed Blackwell, Carla Bley, and spotlighting Selene Fung on ching, a kind of koto.



Salman Shukur Oud
His only recording, though Head of Music and Professor of Oud at the Baghdad Institute Of Fine Arts for thirty years. East-West tone-poems, mixing formal variation and improv. From Rosslyn Hill Chapel, London, 1976...



Kim Fowley Love Is Alive And Well
His first LP, from 1967, outrageously trying Hippiedom on for size, and dealing up garage-punk classics like Reincarnation and Flower City.




Centipede Septober Energy
Robert Wyatt and co from Soft Machine, King Crimson and Nucleus crew, Dudu Pukwana and Mongezi Feza in amongst a big-band led by Keith Tippett through a four-part suite, produced by Robert Fripp in 1971.



Rashied Ali Quartet New Directions In Modern Music
The legendary drummer on late Trane like Interstellar Space and The Olatunji Concert, with Fred Simmons, Stafford James, Carlos Ward in 1973, for his own Survival label. A key avant-garde jazz LP.





Max Roach The Loadstar
With Cecil Bridgewater on trumpet, Billy Harper on tenor sax and Reggie Workman on bass, recorded in Rome on 27 July 1977, originally released on Horo.



Fela Kuti And His Koola Lobitos
Very early mid-sixties recordings robustly mixing highlife, calypso and soul, already one foot in the future.



Sun Ra The Mystery Of Being
1978 sessions originally released by Horo, as New Steps and Other Voices, Other Blues. Michael Ray, Luqman Ali, and John Gilmore notably on song; Ra switching between upright piano and Crumar Multiman synth.



Allen Ginsberg Songs Of Innocence And Experience
Accompanying himself on piano and harmonium, with support from Don Cherry and Bob Dorough amongst others, in twenty-one song settings with words from Blake's Songs Of Innocence And Experience.





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