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Soul Jazz (UK), Late 70s/Early 80s. 2CD
A true revolution in Cuban music – not the familiar cha cha and pachanga modes of the pre-Castro years, but instead the huge wave of fresh styles and combinations that sprung up in the years to come! The tracks here aren't the kind of Cuban sounds that are locked in time by the all-star ... CD
Ultra Vybe (Japan), 1970s/Early 80s.
A fantastic landscape of Japanese jazz – served up here on a host of tracks that are mostly from small overseas labels in the 70s – and which represent the tremendous flowering of Japanese jazz musicians in the decade! The set is especially strong on contributions from pianists – ... CD

Kellee Patterson

Kellee (with bonus track)
Shadybrook/Ultra Vybe (Japan), 1976.
Kellee Patterson's amazing first album for the Shadybrook label – a total killer all the way through, and much harder and heavier than any of her later sides for the label! The record's got a nice jazzy vibe that's a good bridge between her earlier work on Black Jazz, and her later, ... CD

Laurent Petitgirard

Suite Epique
Alberti/Superfly (France), 1972. (reissue)
One of the coolest records ever from pianist Laurent Petitgirard – an epic set that blends his background in more serious music with some of the freer, more modal elements in jazz during the early 70s – served up on a set of tracks with plenty of spirit, and plenty of groove! ... LP, Vinyl record album
Impulse (Japan), 1971.
Wonderful post-Paris work from Archie Shepp – a record that has him bringing more focus back into his work after sessions overseas – and also making some great use of the legendary Joe Lee Wilson on vocals! There's a feeling here that's a real change for Shepp, but a great one too ... CD
Jazzman (UK), 2020. 2LP Gatefold
A tremendous entry in this wonderful series – a set that proudly proclaims its contents with the "NOW" on the cover! Back when the Spiritual Jazz series first started on the Jazzman label, the music was mostly relegated to material of the John Coltrane generation and the generation ... LP, Vinyl record album
Why Not/Ultra Vybe (Japan), 1977.
Maybe the only album we've ever seen from Japanese trombonist Teruhiko Kataoka – a really sharp-edged player, working here with an excellent sound! The tracks are long, and have strong soulful currents – similar to other 70s work on the Why Not label by the American players who made up ... CD
Sugar/Universal, 1970s.
An impeccable collection of work from one of the greatest soundtrack talents ever – a package that brings together a range of rare work from the 70s, including a number of previously-unreleased tracks! The music does have some of the dark tinges promised by the title, but this is less the ... CD
Blue Note, 1961. Gatefold (reissue)
A wonderful title for this rare fourth album from Tina Brooks – as the set was recorded by Blue Note in 1961, but had to wait for many decades to finally get reissued! Don't let that put you off, though, as the set's every bit as sublime as Tina's classic True Blue album for the label – ... LP, Vinyl record album
Strawberry Rain/Now Again, 1978. (reissue)
A really moody set from this Zambian groups of the 70s – a record that's maybe on the darker edge of the Zamrock sound than usual – with a very heady blend of bass, guitar, and vocals – sewn through with some nice organ lines too! That slight current of psychedelia that graces ... LP, Vinyl record album
Rhino, Late 60s. 2LP Gatefold (reissue)
One of those few classic cases where a compilation of tracks was maybe even more influential than the original music itself – as this early 70s collection of 60s material turned out to shape and influence generations for decades to come! Guitar genius Lenny Kaye put the set together famously ... LP, Vinyl record album
Curtom/Rhino, 1972. (reissue)
Curtis Mayfield's lasting classic – and an album that the world will remember forever! Apart from being his hugely successful entry into the blacksploitation soundtrack field, this album's also a monster set of grooves that includes some of Curtis' funkiest work ever – a record that ... LP, Vinyl record album
Black & Blue/Ultra Vybe (Japan), 1973.
Really great later work from Mickey Baker – a guitarist who first rose to fame during the 50s years of R&B, but who just kept on maturing over the years, and really opened up a much stronger blues style in his music! Here, Mickey sings and plays guitar – the latter with a voice ... CD

Stanley Cowell, Billy Harper, & Others

Such Great Friends (180 gram pressing)
Strata East/Pure Pleasure (UK), 1983. (reissue)
A lost bit of late Strata East – and an all-star session that never lets up! The album's a quartet effort – led by Stanley Cowell, but equally featuring participation from Billy Harper on tenor, Reggie Workman on bass, and Billy Hart on drums – all soaring together on long tracks ... LP, Vinyl record album

Cleveland Eaton

Plenty Good Eaton
Black Jazz/Real Gone, 1974.
One of the most electric albums on the legendary Black Jazz label – a hip set of funky fusion tracks from bassist Cleveland Eaton, with a vibe that's similar to his album for the Gamble label, and his funky 45 work with The Kats! The record's a good extension of Eaton's roots in the Cadet ... CD
Symplex/Athens Of The North (UK), 1979.
A rare set issued on a tiny label from Arkansas – but a set that's got all the charm, poise, and sparkle of some of the best deep soul on late 70s Columbia Records! Stuckey's got a touch of southern soul in his voice, with a sweet cracking sound – and that honest approach is mixed with ... CD

Rasheed Chappell & Buckwild

Sinners & Saints
Get On Down, 2020.
We first dug the work of Rasheed Chappell through collaborations with Kenny Dope – but this time around, production is by Buckwild, who gives the whole thing a nicely deep, dark, moody sort of vibe – maybe a bit more sinister than the Rasheed from before, all tuned with the right sort ... CD
Opal/Universal, 2020.
Great soundtrack work from Brian Eno – a record that's maybe more stark than some of his other work of the past few decades – but in a way that's no surprise, given that the music is for a film about the brilliant minimalist designer Dieter Rams! There are sounds here that recall some ... CD
Why Not/Ultra Vybe (Japan), 1977.
We love the 70s work of Japanese pianist Fumio Karashima – and this album is one of our favorites from the decade! Fumio's got this way of being both bold and lyrical at the same time – long flows on the keyboard that are partly in the school of McCoy Tyner, but used to transform the ... CD

Yosuke Yamashita & Adelhard Rodinger

Inner Space (Japanese paper sleeve edition)
Enja/Ultra Vybe (Japan), 1976.
Japanese pianist Yosuke Yamashita cut some fantastic work in Tokyo with his trio during the 70s – but he shines equally brightly here on a German session from the decade, but in a completely different way – given that the whole record just features duets with bassist Adelhard Rodinger! ... CD
 



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