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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.



Sarah Vaughan Sarah Plus 2, After Hours
Simple guitar and bass accompaniments and plenty of ballads spotlight SV's marvellous voice. Mundell Lowe and George Duvivier in 1961 for Roulette; Barney Kessel and Joe Comfort a year later for Reactivation.



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



Leon Thomas Spirits Known And Unknown
His best album, with three bonus tracks, including A Night In Tunisia, and a live version of Damn Nam (Ain't Goin' To Vietnam).



Carmen McRae Sings Lover Man And Other Billie Holiday Classics
Her 1961 Columbia, one of her very best LPs, with Nat Adderley, Eddie Lockjaw Davis and Mundell Lowe sitting in with her regular trio. Coupled here with a compilation of her recordings with Dave Brubeck.




Yoshi Wada Singing In Unison
Modal vocal improvisations by Richard Hayman, Imani Smith, Wada himself a deeply meditative blend of Zen Buddhist chants, YW's time with Pandit Pran Nath, Smith's Sufism, Fluxus avant-gardism.





Teddy Edwards Love Moods, Good Gravy!
The great tenor saxophonist's two 1961 albums for Contemporary with stellar West Coast sidemen like Art Pepper, Phineas Newborn, Frank Butler, Frank Rosolino showcasing singer Helyne Stewart on the first.



Jon Lucien I Am Now, Minds Eye, Rashida
Blimey... all three albums... bargain!