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Funk Night, 2024.
The spacey sound of the title definitely gets the groove right here – as the funky currents of the great Misha Panfilov are trained on some more cosmic elements than usual – almost as if his group here is trying for the sort of territory you might expect from Sun Ra! The music has lots ... LP, Vinyl record album
Ogun (UK), 1988.
A really key moment in the career of drummer Louis Moholo – already a legend for his work in The Blue Notes, and participation in other key projects on the London scene – here starting a new chapter of creation with his Viva La Black combo of younger moments from the diaspora! A key ... CD

Nat Birchall Unity Ensemble

New World
Ancient Archive Of Sound (UK), 2024.
Spiritual jazz saxophonist Nat Birchall works here with an even more expanded version of his Unity Ensemble – in ways that make for a record that's even more righteous and expressive than ever before! Nat's got this way of spinning out solos over a modal groove that just gets better and ... CD

Johnny Dyani

African Bass
Red (Italy), 1979.
One of the most beautiful moments on record from bassist Johnny Dyani – a set that's very different than both his famous work in the Blue Notes group, and some of the more avant explorations he'd been doing on the London scene in the 70s – as the performance is nearly solo, save for ... CD
Paula/P-Vine (Japan), 1972. (reissue)
Harmony soul heaven – and the only full album from The Montclairs! The group were a sublime vocal group from the 70s – one with a sound to rival The Whatnauts or The Moments, but which also had a bit more of the super-dope touches you'd expect from their look on the cover of the record ... LP, Vinyl record album

Monica Lassen & The Sounds

Woman
Sony/Lawson (Japan), Late 60s. Gatefold (reissue)
A set that's definitely all woman – thanks to the sexy sounds of Monica Lassen on vocals! The singer works at a wordless level here – breezily scatting alongside these slinky, jazzy lines from The Sounds – a Japanese group who've clearly drunk deep from the well of bossa nova and ... LP, Vinyl record album

Chet Baker

Signature
Red (Italy), 1985.
Completely sublime late work from the great Chet Baker – recorded in the kind of stripped-down setting that we love so much from Chet during these years! Some folks were often claiming that the worn-out Baker would drop out some of the elements used in a quintet or bigger group because he ... CD
Verve, 1957. (reissue)
Late work from the great Billie Holiday – the kind of mature set that made Verve Records such a perfect home for the singer in the 50s! Where other labels might have pushed too much to try to get Billie into more commercial, or more straightforward modes – Verve just relaxes into the ... LP, Vinyl record album
Empire/P-Vine (Japan), 2024.
A stunning jazz set from the LA scene – and one that's got even more spiritual, forward-flowing energy than some of the studio sessions recorded by Terrace Martin! The performance continues Martin's strong move into jazz over the past decade plus – with lots of alto solos from the ... CD

Bobby Watson

Appointment In Milano
Red (Italy), 1985.
A tremendous little record from Bobby Watson – one of the brightest young artists in jazz back in the 80s! The album features Watson grooving with the Italian Open Form Trio for the session – but all players come together with the cohesiveness of some of Watson's best work with Curtis ... CD

Mohammad Reza Aslani & Sheyda Gharachedaghi

Chess Of The Wind
Mississippi, 1976.
A near-lost soundtrack for a near-lost film – music done for a movie that was banned in mid-70s Iran for a range of controversial themes – and one that has some equally controversial-sounding music! The style here is a darker inflection of more familiar Mid-East modes – lots of ... LP, Vinyl record album

Clifford Jordan

Beyond Paradiso 1969
Nederlands Jazz Archief (Netherlands), 1969.
An incredible live performance from the great Clifford Jordan – one recorded overseas, with a batch of non-American player – but a set that already shows the spacious, spiritual territory that he would open up in the 70s! Even when swinging in more familiar jazz territory, Jordan's got ... CD

Art Pepper

Art Of Art
Red (Italy), 1981.
Beautiful live work from Art Pepper, and a set that somehow seems to have Art blowing with a bit more edge in his horn than usual – that really sharp sound that marks a small handful of his best performances from later years! The group here is very well-matched – with the great George ... CD
BYG/Charly (UK), 1971. Gatefold (reissue)
The first album from Gong – and a weird little masterpiece that's left an undeniable imprint over the years! There's a definite proggish feel to the set, and some jazz rock elements too – but the overall approach is considerably madder than most at the time – hardly headed for ... LP, Vinyl record album

Monica Lassen & The Sounds

La Jouissance
Sony/Lawson (Japan), Late 60s. Gatefold (reissue)
A totally wonderful little record that's every bit as sexy as you might guess from the cover – and which also has some of the groovy French elements you might expect from the title! The set's got this slinky, erotic vibe that's almost in Serge Gainsbourg territory – save for the fact ... LP, Vinyl record album

James Williams & Dennis Irwin

Focus
Red (Italy), 1977.
A really beautiful showcase for the piano talents of the young James Williams – done right around the time he joined up with the group of Art Blakey, but in a very different style that really lets you hear the already-sparkling magic that Williams could bring to the keys! The album features ... CD

Takehiro Honda

Salaam Salaam
East Wind (Japan), 1974.
Brilliant work from one of our favorite Japanese jazz artists of the 70s – and a warmly soulful batch of acoustic tunes from pianist Takehiro Honda! The sound here is much more far-reaching and exploratory than most of Honda's other work – a bit in a McCoy Tyner, post-Coltrane mode ... CD

New Regency Orchestra

New Regency Orchestra
Mr Bongo (UK), 2024.
A contemporary Latin group from the London scene, but one who really focus on the strongest modes of the past – as you might guess from the way they interpret songs by older giants like Chico O'Farrill, Tito Puente, and Kenny Graham! The ensemble is large and bold, and work with a great ... CD

Bobby Watson

Love Remains
Red (Italy), 1986. (reissue)
A classic Bobby Watson set from the early solo years of his career – just the sort of standout set that shows why he was one of the brightest new jazz voices of the 80s! The album's got a sound that's even more open-ended and exploratory than some of Watson's US releases – cuts that ... LP, Vinyl record album

Denny Zeitlin

Panoply
Sunnyside, 2024.
The great pianist Denny Zeitlin works here in three wonderful ways – solo, duo, and trio – and comes across sounding wonderful throughout! The solo pieces are especially beautiful, as they were captured at a piano studio in the Bay Area, and have a wonderfully resonant sound – a ... CD
 



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