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Frank Rosolino Turn Me Loose!
Frank was a fantastic trombonist but a bit of a headache as a singer. With Victor Feldman in 1961.









Andy Bey The World According To
Pass the bottle-opener, a new Andy Bey. That unmistakable baritone an old friend since Gary Bartz and Horace Silver days self-accompanied by sparse piano, in mostly down-tempo material. Don.



Abbey Lincoln Abbey Is Blue
With Philly Joe and Max Roach, Wynton Kelly and Cedar Walton, the Turrentines, Julian Priester, Kenny Dorham and co, in 1959, her third Riverside. Curtain-up with a great version of Afro-Blue.



Sarah Vaughan Divine: The Jazz Albums 1954-1958
The best recordings of this stupendous singer, arguably the greatest jazz singing there is for fucks sake, nattily presented like a seven-inch box-set. Brownie, Roy Haynes, Cannonball... Do yourself a favour.



Zilla Mayes Calypso Blues
Two sparkling, evocative versions of the Nat King Cole: Zilla, the blues and gospel singer from Atlanta, from a 1961 LP; and Ray Johnson from New Orleans (the brother of Plas Johnson), for Aladdin in 1957.