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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.





Basil Kirchin Particles
Bumptious jazz grooves and robust, cheerful experimentalism to do with making music out of everyday speech. His last recordings, before his death in 2005.



Chris McGregor Brotherhood
The Brotherhood Of Breath in 1972, tremendous, back at last.



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).



Gwigwi Mrwebi Mbaqanga Songs
'The South African folk music that makes people glad to be alive!'
With Dudu Pukwana and Chris McGregor.



Stan Tracey Alice In Jazz Land
With Kenny Baker, Ronnie Scott, Tubby Hayes, Jeff Clyne.



London Is The Place For Me 4: African Dreams And The Piccadilly High Life
'*****', The Times, Independent On Sunday, Daily Telegraph, What's On, Evening Standard, The Independent. 'Marvellous pop — catchy, fun, young, effortless', The Times; 'one of the delights of the age', Songlines.



London Is The Place For Me 2: Calypso And Kwela, Highlife And Jazz From Young Black London
'superlative', Mojo; 'sensational', The Observer; 'hugely evocative and poignant', Daily Telegraph; '*****' The Times, Metro; 'sheer joy from start to finish', Sunday Telegraph.



London Is The Place For Me 1: Trinidadian Calypso In London, 1950-56
'an exquisitely poignant, evocative record', Daily Telegraph; 'wonderful... album of the year', Sunday Times; 'simply a classic album. Music by the people, for the people,' The Voice.



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



The Don Rendell / Ian Carr Quintet Change Is
This 1969 album is the last by the quintet — expanded to include, among others, the Ghanaian drummer Guy Warren.




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