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Chris McGregor Up To Earth
The Septet in 1969 with Louis Moholo, Evan Parker, John Surman, Mongezi Feza, Barre Phillips taking turns with Danny Thompson.



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 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 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.



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.



Tony Kinsey Mr Percussion
The house drummer of the Flamingo jazz club throughout the fifties, presenting a 1961 date featuring Tubbs and Jimmy Deuchar. Vibes-player Bill Le Sage leads the gorgeous ballad World Of Blue.



Kenny Graham Moondog And Suncat Suites
Half covers, half original homage the landmark British jazz response to Moondog, from 1956. A baker's dozen players, including Stan Tracey and Phil Seamen, engineered by Joe Meek, produced by Denis Preston.



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.



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



Jazz At The Flamingo 10th Anniversary Tribute
With Tubbs, Ronnie Ross, Tony Kinsey, Tony Crombie, Don Rendell and co.






Tubby Hayes The Jazz Couriers
In 1957 with Ronnie Scott, originally issued by Tempo. With a Hank Mobley (a big influence) and an Allan Ganley. One of three Hayes' originals is dedicated to 'lovely young actress' Jackie Collins.



Tubby Hayes Intensity
Previously unreleased live recordings from Ronnie Scott's in 1965 with Terry Shannon, Jeff Clyne and Benny Goodman.



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