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Michael Garrick Troppo
Crafted, contemplative, beautiful songs from 1973, with Garrick trying out Fender Rhodes for the first time, and including Fellow Feeling, in memory of Joe Harriott, who had died earlier in the year.




Michael Garrick Home Stretch Blues
'I've loved all the groups I've been involved in, but this one particularly. As Norma Winstone says, it was like a family' (Michael Garrick).



Michael Garrick Poetry And Jazz In Concert
A quintet featuring Joe Harriott and Shake Keane (with Coleridge Goode and John Barnes); alongside poets Dannie Abse, Laurie Lee, Adrian Mitchell and Jeremy Robson.



Michael Garrick Black Marigolds
'... reworks Duke Ellington’s approach into a personal vision comprising poetry, religious music and unusual instrumentation… a superb album of unorthodox jazz originals.' The Guardian



Michael Garrick Mr Smith's Apocalypse
A tripped-out jazz cantata — a school choir, Norma Winstone, Don Rendell, Art Themen, Henry Lowther, Coleridge Goode, alongside the pianist. Originally on Argo, under the name Garrick's Fairground.




Michael Garrick, Shake Keane Rising Stars
Exotica, a bossa, and real-deal British bebop from 1964: four unissued cues featuring The Hastings Girl Choir, and four cuts with Coleridge Goode and Bobby Orr.



Wilton 'Bogey' Gaynair Africa Calling
From 1960: Wilton 'Bogey' Gaynair (tenor sax), Ellsworth 'Shake' Keane (trumpet, flugelhorn), Terry Shannon (piano), Jeff Clyne (bass), Bill Eyden (drums).



Wilton 'Bogey' Gaynair Blue Bogey
From 1959: Wilton 'Bogey' Gaynair (tenor sax), Kenny Napper (bass), Terry Shandon (piano), Bill Eyden (drums).



Coleridge Goode Bass Lines: A Life In Jazz
Highly recommended memoirs of the longtime Ladbroke Grove resident — sixty years — and Harriott associate, revealing his huge contribution to the British jazz scene.



Graham Collier Down Another Road / Song For My Father / Mosaics
Three albums — Down Another Road (1969), Song For My Father (1970) and Mosaics (1971) remastered onto two discs. Great line-ups, with the likes of Harry Beckett, Alan Skidmore, Geoff Castle, Chick Webb.





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