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Steeplechase/Jazzman (UK), Late 70s/Early 80s.
A massive collection of music from the Steeplechase label – spiritual sounds from back in the day, and a side of the label's legacy that's only gotten the right sort of appreciation in more recent years! Steeplechase was a European company, and their biggest claim to fame was recordings of ... CD

Thundercat

It Is What It Is
Brainfeeder, 2020.
A tremendous album from Thundercat – an artist who just seems to get better and better with every new record, and who's maybe here defining a genre that's completely unto himself! The record is soulful, and has a lot of contemporary cosmic currents – but it's also more far-reaching and ... CD
Light In The Attic, Late 70s/Early 80s.
A look at Memphis soul music that goes way beyond any Stax, Goldwax, or Atlantic Records collections you might own – partly because all of the tracks here are from a time in the city when all those other labels had stopped recording! Memphis is usually remembered for a 60s/early 70s stretch ... CD

Devonte Hynes (Blood Orange)

Queen & Slim
Domino, 2020.
Sublime soundtrack work from Devonte Hynes – an artist you might know under other sounds as Blood Orange, but who emerges here as a film score force to be reckoned with – creating these amazing tracks that are a balance between richness and subtle instrumentation! The film is fantastic ... CD

Bill Laswell

Against Empire
MOD Reloaded, 2020.
A really amazing all-star project from Bill Lawell – one that hearkens back to that amazing criss-crossing of sounds and styles he created in the 90s – music that was, in part, made with some of Laswell's collaborators on this session! The tracks are all nice and long, and feature work ... CD

Jon Hassell

Vernal Equinox
Lovely/Ndeya, 1977.
To most ears, trumpeter Jon Hassell first burst on to the world through his experiments with Brian Eno on EG Records, or maybe his 80s work on ECM – but here, on his debut for the small avant label Lovely Music, it's clear that Jon's already in complete control of his sound – and is ... CD
Blue Note, 1965. (reissue)
A great album by Lee Morgan – and one not to pass up! The Rumproller often gets too easily lumped next to The Sidewinder – because of an obvious title and cover similarity to that hit record – but like that one, the album's far more than jazz cliche – and shows Lee Morgan ... LP, Vinyl record album
Sundazed, 1966.
Tremendous girl group work from the New Zealand scene of the 60s – served up by a duo who've got a very special take on the music! The Chicks are sisters, and work together in a mode that's very hand in glove – singing the lyrics together on this host of groovy tunes, but with a style ... CD
Now Again, Late 60s/Early 70s. 2CDs
Never-issued work from underground Atlanta soul genius Richard Marks – an artist who never got much exposure back in the day, but who kept on producing and recording funky soul nuggets on his own! Marks' later years were covered in a previous set by the Now Again label – and this time ... CD
Blue Note, 1961. (reissue)
Stunning! This is one of Jackie McLean's best-ever albums, and it's a haunting mix of hard bop and some of the more modernist tendencies that would inform his "new thing" period. Butch Warren plays bass, and he drives the set with an intensity that reminds us of Mingus – and which ... LP, Vinyl record album

Doug Hammond

Ellipse
Idibib/Octave (Japan), 1976.
Quite possibly the rarest album ever from this great percussionist – and one of the most intimate, too – given that the record only features Doug Hammond on drums, percussion, and piano – alongside flute from Karen Joseph! The percussion alone is great, and handled by Doug with a ... CD
Jasmine (UK), Late 50s/Early 60s.
Maybe the most overstuffed collection of work we've ever seen from early New Orleans soul legend Eddie Bo – a set that not only includes his early classics for the Ric label, but also more obscure material for Apollo, Chess, Ace, and Swan – all brought together here with a number of ... CD

Ricardo Richaid

Travessiero Feliz
Far Out (UK), 2020.
A soaring blend of Brazilian modes – served up here by Ricardo Richaid, who's almost a one-man army himself, given the amount of instruments he plays on the set! Yet the record is also way more than just a batch of tunes cooked up in a bedroom – as Richaid has collaborators on nearly ... CD
Vanguard/Real Gone, Early 70s.
A never-issued album from the guitar genius Robbie Basho – material recorded at the same Vanguard Records sessions that produced his monumental albums Voice Of The Eagle and Zarthus, and every bit as great as the work that appeared on those records – and as the tracks on Basho's Takoma ... CD
Ugly Things, 2020.
We can always count on Ugly Things to dig up all sorts of special musical strands that few other magazines will cover – and this time around is no exceptions! The issue's got a long interview with Johnny Blitz of the Dead Boys, a fantastic look at the late Skip Spence and his lost musical ... Magazine

Clark Sisters

Clark Sisters Return
Motown, 2020.
The tremendous return of The Clark Sisters – a fantastic female quartet who were one of the first groups to take gospel sounds to the dancefloors in the clubs – and who really continue that legacy wonderfully here! The music isn't as strongly disco as the group at their start – ... CD
Garland/Beat Rocket, Late 60s.
A really great collection that charts a very unusual strain of music – tracks from the Pacific Northwest scene that represent a slice of their famous garage rock style leaning a bit more towards soul music – with results that make this whole collection a fantastic discovery of new music! ... CD
Sony (Japan), 1965. (pic cover, reissue)
A really cool little 7" single – a replica of a vintage Japanese 45, complete with original cover art and packaging – all to serve up mono mixes of these two Bob Dylan gems from the mid 60s! 7-inch, Vinyl record

Shabaka & The Ancestors

We Are Sent Here By History
Impulse, 2020.
An amazing album from this soon-to-be-famous group – a set that's even more incredible than their previous record – and that one really knocked us out of the park! Tenorist Shabaka Hutchings is in tremendous territory here – recording for Impulse Records, and completely ... CD

Groupies

Primitive
Beat Rocket, 1967.
Not the girl groupies of backstage legend, but a really great late 60s group from New York – one who work with some of the same raw, pre-punk energy as The Stooges or The Seeds! Like both of those groups, these guys come from garage roots, but are really hitting an edge on these tracks ... CD
 



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