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Carmen McRae After Glow, Mad About The Man
The two 1957 LPs the first more intimate, with quartet and trio settings (four with Carmen playing her own piano accompaniment); the second an all-star session, with Charlie Shavers, Jimmy Cleveland amongst em.





Jimmy Scott Falling In Love Is Wonderful
At his heartbreaking best, in 1962: that perfect castrato voice overflowing with lack on love songs arranged by Gerald Wilson and Marty Paich, with label-boss Ray Charles supervising and playing piano.



Abbey Lincoln Abbey Lincoln's Affair
The first Liberty LP, singles, and a couple of songs from a TV show: lush recordings from 1956. Benny Carter at the helm, with arrangements by Marty Paich, Jack Montrose on saxophone.



Cyminology Saburi
Farsi love songs, including a tribute to Norma Winstone, from the German-Iranian singer Cymin Samawatie.



Jon Lucien Rashida
CD from Cherry Red.





Leon Thomas It's My Life I'm Fighting For
Spiritual jazz, the real revolutionary thing, on fire.
Fantastic music.



Carmen McRae Woman Talk
Two LPs of mid-sixties club dates Woman Talk (with Feelin' Good), at The Village Gate, and Live And Wailing, at The Half Note.




Zoot Sims Meets Lamberts, Hendricks And Ross
Two World Pacifics from 1959, The Swingers! and A Gasser! (featuring Annie Ross on her own). Straight songs and hip new renditions of great stuff like Little Niles, Four, Airegin, Now's The Time.




Lorez Alexandria Early In The Morning, Deep Roots
Superb jazz singing the two early-sixties LP, with extras, including two versions of Baltimore Oriole.