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Charles Mingus Presents Charles Mingus
CD from Essential Jazz Classics.
One-off Japanese Victor LP with obi; small cut-corner, bottom right.



Blue Mitchell The Thing To Do
Mid-eighties US DMM pressing.


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Hank Mobley Thinking Of Home
Woody Shaw's a fine spar in this questing hard bop, Mobley's last Blue Note. With Eddie Diehl (guitar), Cedar Walton (piano), Mickey Bass (bass), Leroy Williams (drums). Original LT.



Hank Mobley No Room For Squares
The one-off is a seventies Liberty, with blue-black labels.



Lee Morgan The Cooker
The one-off LP is a mid-eighties Pathe pressing.





Lee Morgan The Rumproller
Lee Morgan (trumpet), Joe Henderson (tenor sax), Ronnie Mathews (piano), Victor Sproles (bass), Billy Higgins (drums).




Lee Morgan Lee--Way
With Bobby Timmons (piano), Jackie McLean (alto sax), Paul Chambers (bass), Art Blakey (drums).




Lee Morgan Taru
The forward-looking line-up includes George Benson and Bennie Maupin. A couple of classic boogaloos; more searching compositions by John Hicks and Cal Massey. Original Liberty LP pressing.



Sunny Murray Hommage To Africa
The one-off is the original.




Randy Weston African Cookbook
Wonderful 1964 recording, first out in 1972, with the title-track's twelve minutes of modal, percussive jazz dance (Big Black, Lenny McBrowne, Sir Harold Murray), and Booker Ervin heart-stopping on Portrait of Vivi...




Archie Shepp Live At The Donaueschingen Music Festival
1967 Rudd and Moncur, Jimmy Garrison (an unmissable solo overture), and Beaver Harris, tearing like a tornado into three-quarters-of-an-hour of One For The Trane. One-off is the SABA original, VG sleeve.



Archie Shepp The Magic Of Ju-Ju
Ju-Ju is 18 minutes of AS fire over waves of African-style drumming by Beaver Harris, Norman Connors, Ed Blackwell, Frank Charles, Dennis Charles. Original one-off. Two-centimetre split-seam, gatefold bottom right.



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