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Favorite (France), 1970s/Early 80s.
Fantastic jazzy funk from around the globe – a whole host of tracks that draw heavily on the American electric modes of the early 70s, then take them into all sorts of new and creative directions on their own! The biggest change from US to global modes here is the rhythms – as the cuts ... LP, Vinyl record album

Byard Lancaster

Soul Unity
Komos (France), 2005.
An unreleased session by the late reedman Byard Lancaster – and a record that's got the Philly legend at his most spiritual and soulful! Byard could play plenty outside when he wanted to – but the vibe here is a bit more inside and rhythmic – with tracks that are both heavy on ... LP, Vinyl record album

Rosinha De Valenca

Um Violao Em Primeiro Plano
RCA/Tres Selos (Brazil), 1971. (reissue)
A great little set from female guitarist Rosinha De Valenca – a player who worked briefly with Sergio Mendes in the mid 60s, and who sounds incredible on this rare album from 1971! Rosinha's got a light touch on the acoustic guitar – one that steps off nicely from a legacy of earlier ... LP, Vinyl record album
Spiritmuse, Late 70s/Early 80s.
A much-needed look at the really magical world of music in France – a scene that's always seemed to exist in its own sort of space, especially during the late 70s/early 80s years when most of these tracks were recorded! The French scene had some famous free jazz at the start of the 70s, but ... CD

Seu Jorge

Cru
Tres Selos (Brazil), 2005. (reissue)
The sound of global soul in the 21st Century – and an amazing set from the soon-to-be legendary Seu Jorge! Jorge's possibly best known for his appearances in films over the past few years – like The Life Aquatic or City Of God – but take it from us, he's one of the greatest ... LP, Vinyl record album

Natural Yogurt Band

Dance The Devil Away
BMM (France), 2022.
Maybe the trippiest album we've ever heard from the Natural Yogurt Band – and that's quite a statement, given how trippy most of their work has always been! But it's also been plenty darn funky too, and that's definitely the case here – as the tracks are held solid by the drums of Tom ... LP, Vinyl record album

Michael Dease

Next Best Thing
Posi tone, 2022.
We love the work of trombonist Michael Dease, and a record like this really has him in the best possible setting to really do his thing – working with a combo of well-chosen, sympathetic players, getting to unfurl some great new compositions, and stepping forward with this rock-solid energy ... CD
Ace/Kent (UK), Mid 60s.
A great lost legacy in soul music – a killer collection of work that was all put together by Bob Crewe in the New York studios of the mid 60s – a time when Crewe was maybe best known for his brilliant work with the Four Seasons, but still had time to work with a whole host of other acts ... CD

Thiago Franca

Sambanzo – Etiopia
Tres Selos (Brazil), 2012.
A mindblowing criss-crossing of modes – a heavily percussive set that brings together Brazilian and Ethiopian inspirations, and which also has a strong current of jazz too – which makes the whole thing feel like some lost spiritual session from many years back! Thiago Franca himself ... LP, Vinyl record album
Doctor Bird (UK), Late 70s. 2CD
A hugely expanded version of this classic album from Joe Gibbs – in a 2CD set that adds in 32 bonus tracks, 20 of which appear on CD here for the first time ever! The core album is one that's really telegraphed by the image on the cover – a 1979 gem that brings together a host of ... CD

John Taylor Sextet

Fragment
Jazz In Britain (UK), 1975.
Blistering work from the British jazz scene of the mid 70s – a moment when there was still plenty of exciting music going on, if you just knew where to look! Pianist John Taylor works here with a fair bit of Fender Rhodes – using the instrument in these long blocks of sound that are ... CD

Adrian Younge & Ali Shaheed Muhammad

Jazz Is Dead 11
Jazz Is Dead, 2022.
A very different entry in this always-great series – one that doesn't focus on a specific artist, or just the instrumentation of the two leaders – but instead has this great range of artists coming together in a very jazz-based style! Things here are even more organic and flowing than ... CD

Mario Molino

Beat Gregoriano
Leonardi/We Are Busy Bodies, 1971. (reissue)
An album that really takes the "beat" in its title seriously – as the set's got plenty of heavy drums, right from the start – and at a level that's very different than the usual Italian sound library set of the time! The vibe is more rock than jazz or easy – and the ... LP, Vinyl record album

Cecil Taylor

Respiration
Listen Foundation (Poland), 1968.
A hell of a document of what Cecil Taylor could do when he was at his best – just one man and one piano, but a universe of sonic exploration and non-stop energy throughout! The set features a rare 1968 live performance in Poland – done at the nation's famous Jazz Jamboree festival ... CD
Elektra/Soulmusic.com (UK), Late 80s/1990s. 3CD
George Duke at the end of the century – still going strong with the wonderful mix of jazz, funk, and soul that he pioneered in the 70s – a style that really grows and shifts in mighty nice way over the course of the material in the set! Duke moved from Epic to Elektra and Warner during ... CD
Studio One/Soul Jazz (UK), Late 60s/1970s. 2LP Gatefold
Maybe one of the best reggae collections the Soul Jazz label has ever given us – a really rich collection of tracks from the Studio One collection, all with female singers in the lead – a good number of which have never been reissued before! Soul Jazz has been covering the Studio One ... LP, Vinyl record album
Grapefruit (UK), Early 70s. 3CD
What's Bubblerock you say? It's a moment in UK pop at the start of the 70s – work from a time when the Brit pop modes of the 60s were giving ways to new styles of production and presentation – including some of the cool, compressed studio elements that would also show up in glam in a ... CD
Fire/Sunset Blvd, Early 60s.
Arthur Crudup was one of the greats of the postwar years – a country blues artist at heart, but one who really helped lay the groundwork for rock and roll with his raw energy on the acoustic guitar, and his way of really belting out a lyric! Crudup was a famous influence on Elvis, who ... CD
Numero, Late 70s/1980s. 2LP
A set of tracks that take the new age into the space age – all served up from the Valley Of The Sun label, and presented here in a really well-done compilation! These tracks are the side of new age that's less acoustic and more electronic – some of the music that you might have ... LP, Vinyl record album
Numero, 1970s.
The super hits of the 70s – but not in the versions you might know – as the folks at Numero have done a superb job of selecting some really unusual cover versions of classics – all with the great ear for the American underground that's always made their records so great! In a way ... LP, Vinyl record album
 



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