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Andrew Hill Point Of Departure
A cor-blimey line-up, and a masterpiece, recorded on the first day of spring in 1964. Dorham, Dolphy, Joe Henderson, Richard Davis, Tony Williams.


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Andrew Hill Black Fire
His Blue Note debut from 1963, an all-time jazz masterpiece. With Joe Henderson in blistering form, Roy Haynes, Richard Davis.



Andrew  Hill Dance With Death
Dazzling 1968 recording (with Charles Tolliver) zinging, reaching bebop, heaped with Cubanismo and the blues.



Joe Henderson Page One
From 1963, his brilliant hard bop quintet Kenny Dorham, Butch Warren, Pete LaRoca, McCoy Tyner as completely entrancing on dance classics like Blue Bossa as on the more reflective tunes. Warmly recommended.


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Joe Henderson In 'N Out
With Kenny Dorham, McCoy Tyner, Richard Davis, Elvin Jones.
Vinyl from Kindred Spirits.



Joe Henderson Page One
Superb debut as leader with Kenny Dorham, Pete La Roca and McCoy Tyner opening with a top version of Dorham's Blue Bossa.



Herbie Hancock Inventions And Dimensions
On the wing with Paul Chambers, and Miles' idea two Latin percussionists, Willie Bobo on drums and timbales, and Osvaldo 'Chihuahua' Martinez, conga and bongo.



Herbie Hancock Takin' Off
1962 with Freddie Hubbard (trumpet, fluegelhorn), Dexter Gordon (tenor sax), Butch Warren (bass), Billy Higgins (drums). Vinyl from Kindred Spirits.



Herbie Hancock My Point Of View
Amazing lineup and a cool reworking of Watermelon Man. Anthony Williams, Chuck Israels, Grant Green, Grachan Moncur, Hank Mobley.


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Herbie Hancock The Prisoner
Herbie Hancock (piano and electric piano), Joe Henderson (tenor sax, alto flute), Johnny Coles (flugelhorn), Buster Williams (bass), Albert 'Tootie' Heath (drums), Hubert Laws (flute), Romeo Penque (bass clarinet)







Grant Green Idle Moments
Perhaps his best jazz album (setting aside the funk) with Joe Henderson, Duke Pearson, Bobby Hutcherson. The extended title-track is meltingly gorgeous.


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Grant Green Shades Of Green
From 1972, including three killer JB's, the funkiest of them In The Middle. Seventies issue with blue Liberty labels: the vinyl is perfect; the sleeve excellent, still wrapped, with a cut-corner top-right.


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