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Brigitte Fontaine
L'Incendie

BYG

Fabulously free-minded and out psych-folk from 1974, with her long-standing Kabyle collaborator Areski Belkacem.




Lavern Baker La Vern
Her 1956 Atlantic debut, key to the splitting of jazz singing into rhythm and blues and soul. Lavern was Memphis Minnie's niece. Her stage-name in her teens was 'Miss Sharecropper'.



Lavern Baker La Vern Baker
Rocking and rolling. Classy, tough.




Chet Baker Sings And Plays
'With Bud Shank, Russ Freeman And Strings', from 1955, Pacific Jazz. The quartet material kills it ó including such signature Chet as Letís Get Lost, Just Friends and Long Ago And Far Away.



Bea Benjamin African Songbird
A profound, ravishing, spiritual-jazz masterpiece from mid-seventies South Africa, with some attitudinous funk, delicate Cape swing, and transcendent acappella. Featuring Dollar Brand.



Ruth Brown You Don't Know Me
Intimate, unforced performances from Motormouth Maybelle, with piano-trio accompaniment, recorded in the late-1970s.




Blossom Dearie Give Him The Ohh-La-La
Recording for Verve in 1957, fresh back from wowing Paris, a cultured mixture of solid-gold standards and obscurities. Accompanying herself on piano, captivating as always.



Lauren Desberg Sideways
A fresh, striking debut by this 22-year-old from NYC. No-flim-flam jazz singing, with players from the groups of Terence Blanchard and co. A great Herbie, Mr Magic, I Wanna Be Like You... Really lovely voice.




Brigitte Fontaine Comme A La Radio
With the Art Ensemble Of Chicago in 1971, her masterpiece. The eight-minute title track is a total KO ó dazed, alluring, urgent surrealism over deep, funky jazz ó but the whole thing is sensational, a stone classic...




Billie Holiday Velvet Mood
With a sextet including Sweets Edison and Benny Carter in 1956.




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