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Giovanna Pessi, Susanna Wallumrod If Grief Could Wait
The harpist from Christian Wallumrod's ensemble, with the Magical Orchestra singer, plus viola and nyckelharpa — performing Purcell, Nick Drake, Leonard Cohen, and a couple of Susanna's.



Chris Potter The Sirens
Lyrical, open playing, inspired by Homer. Superb band: Craig Taborn, David Virelles (the harmonium is very effective), Larry Grenadier, Eric Harland. Potter's a great saxophonist. Warmly recommended.



Quercus
Holy moly, June Tabor on ECM. 'Quercus', 'oak': 'roots deep in British folk music; leaves and branches reaching upward in jazz-inspired lyrical improvisation.' With Iain Ballamy and Huw Warren.



Enrico Rava Easy Living
'... sumptuous lyricism rich in improvisational detail... Quite simply it numbers among the best jazz albums of the last decade' (Jazzwise).




Enrico Rava Rava On The Dance Floor
The great Italian trumpeter's homage to Michael Jackson, refreshingly focussing on the later work. Thriller's here, but the History and Invincible albums are his favourites.



Enrico Rava Tati
In lyrical homage to French filmmaker Jacques Tati, with pianist Stefano Bollani and drummer Paul Motian.



Enrico Rava The Third Man
With the brilliant Italian pianist Stefano Bollani — a mixture of their own compositions, improvisation, and covers, including two versions of Jobim's Retrato Em Branco Y Preteo.



Dewey Redman The Struggle Continues
Dewey Redman (tenor sax), Charles Eubanks (piano), Mark Helias (bass), Ed Blackwell (drums).




Dino Saluzzi Ojos Negros
The Argentinean bandoneon giant with German cellist Anja Lechner (from the Rosamunde Quartet). Crafted, free chamber music with inspirational roots in South American tradition — this is fab.



Dino Saluzzi Navidad De Los Andes
Fabulous music-making, as ever from the Argentinian bandoneon-player, with his clarinettist brother Felix, and cellist Anja Lechner.



Andras Schiff J.S. Bach, Goldberg Variations
The New York Times — 'Mr Schiff is, in Bach, a phenomenon. He has quite simply internalized this music. He doesn’t so much perform it as emit, breathe it.'



Manfred Schoof Resonance
The German trumpeter's own selection from his three seventies ECM/JAPOs — Scales, Light Lines, and Horizons. Beautiful, lyrical ballads, starkly dramatic post-bop, explosive improvisation.