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Tubby Hayes Jazz Genius: The Flamingo Era
Four original albums The Jazz Couriers and In Concert (both with Ronnie Scott), the London Jazz Concert, and An Evening With Tony Kinsey and various sides with the Tony Crombie group.



Tubby Hayes Addictive Tendencies
First release of live recordings from 1966. Essentially five extended bop excursions, a balance of ballads and tear-ups, originals and standards. Tubbs is just on fire. If you're at all interested, don't miss it.



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.



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.






Joe Harriott Partying With Joe
These pricey Gearboxes aren't a Simply Vinyl style con. They painstakingly revive lost recordings, from original tapes, with valve equipment here from a house-party somewhere in East England in 1956.



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.



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.



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.





Graham Collier Directing 14 Jackson Pollocks
A long new work, and fresh looks at compositions from throughout the career of this great, neglected jazzer setting out from a kind of British composite of Carla Bley, Mingus, Gil Evans and the Duke. Tremendous.




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