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Bobby Hutcherson Oblique
With Herbie, Joe Chambers and bassist Albert Stinson in 1967 (after Happenings). Smart, swinging, affective stuff. Theme From Blow Up gets a good seeing to.






Freddie Hubbard Goin' Up
With McCoy Tyner, Hank Mobley, Lee Morgan, Paul Chambers, Philly Joe Jones, in 1963.
The one-off is a bonafide Japanese issue in mint condition, obi intact.






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.



Andrew Hill Compulsion!!!!!
Stretching out in 1965, with John Gilmore, Joe Chambers and co, two extra percussionists, and two bassists on one track. Abstract but fierce, textured but compelling.




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.