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Harold McNair Harold McNair, Flute And Nut
The legendary JA flautist's 1968 quartet date with Bill Le Sage, Spike Heatley and Tony Carr; and a 1970 big-band LP with arrangements by John Cameron. Mento, Joe Harriott, Donovan and Sahib Shihab all in the mix.



Joe Harriott Movement, High Spirits
Two contrasting, early-1960s Lansdowne LPs: Movement (with Shake Keane) includes three JH free-forms, a Michael Garrick, and the haunting Morning Blue; High Spirits re-presents the Broadway musical.




Joe Harriott: Fire In His Soul Alan Robertson
Fine biography of the Jamaican alto player so vital to the British jazz scene from 1951 till his death in 1973. Hardback.



Tubby Hayes Tippin'
The Jazz Couriers live in the Tivoli Restaurant in the seaside town of Morecambe, 1959. Tubbs is on fire, tearing in on a Horace Silver, out on a Stitt.



Psychomania Music By John Cameron
From a Britflick about Satanism and zombie bikers; with Harold McNair and Norma Winstone. 'If Kes was the best film I ever wrote music for, this was the most bizarre. Jazz musicians playing pre-punk trash-rock.'



Dick Morrissey Here And Now And Sounding Good, Storm Warning!
The two albums with Harry South, Phil Bates and Bill Eyden, from 1965 expertly remastered for this reissue by Michael Dutton from the original analogue tapes.



Phil Seamen Seamen's Mission
A tremendous survey of the great, cantankerous drummer's work throughout the 1950s for Tubby Hayes, Dizzy Reece, Kenny Graham, Joe Harriott, Ronnie Scott, Jimmy Deuchar, Victor Feldman and co.



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.



Alan Skidmore TCB
1970 quintet recording, with John Surman and Mike Osborne sitting in.



Tubby Hayes Just Friends
With Paul Gonzalves, visiting London with the Duke in 1964; alongside baritone, trumpets, trombone, Stan Tracey, bass, drums. Coupled with the London Swings album by The Johnny Scott Orchestra.



Ronnie Scott And Phil Seamen Quintets
Hard bop BBC recordings from 1956. Scott with Jimmy Deuchar on trumpet, Terry Shannon on piano, Lennie Bush on bass and Allan Ganley on drums; Seamen's lineup features Joe Harriott.



The Jazz Couriers In Concert
Featuring Ronnie Scott and Tubby Hayes, from 1958.



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