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Mustafa Abdul Rahman

Polygamy
Fatimah/SeriE.WOC (Italy), 1984. (reissue)
Beautiful work from the Brooklyn scene of the early 80s – at a moment when it seemed like some of the more spiritual styles of the 70s had fallen out of mainstream favor, but were still being served up beautifully on obscure records like this! Mustafa Abdul Rahman isn't just a tenor player, ... LP, Vinyl record album

Don Cherry & George Gruntz

Maghreb Cantata – Live 1969
WHP (Italy), 1969. 2LP
A fantastic live performance – one that not only lives up to the legacy of Don Cherry mixing together global elements in his music, but also echoing a brief point when pianist George Gruntz was interested in the rhythms of North Africa! The presentation is incredible – really stunning ... LP, Vinyl record album
Universal (Japan), 1996/2023. 2CDs
Tokyo Dreams from one of the coolest groups of the past few decades – a special set that has a Japanese-only live album at the core, plus lots of additional material in the 2CD set! CD one features 15 tracks from a wonderful Tokyo concert from 1996 – live Incognito, every bit as great ... CD
Flying Dutchman/BGP (UK), Late 60s/Early 70s.
Funky nuggets galore – and a fair bit of righteous numbers too – all brought together in celebration of one of the hippest record labels of the early 70s! Flying Dutchman was around for just a bit over five years – yet during that time, the label recorded all sorts of really ... CD
Ace (UK), Late 60s/1970s/1980s/1990s.
A hell of a tribute to the songwriting genius of Dolly Parton – a side of her talents that's sometimes obscured by her incredible voice and overwhelming personality! Yet right from the start, long before she was a superstar, Dolly was as much a writer in country music as she was a singer of ... CD

Mark De Clive-Lowe, Shigeto, & Melanie Charles

Hotel San Claudio
Soul Bank (UK), 2023.
A continuing step forward on the long and fantastic journey of keyboardist Mark De Clive-Lowe – and a set that definitely resonates with his growing commitment to spiritual jazz, but which also has some of the more cosmic elements that first made us fall in love with his music! The set's a ... CD

Redd Holt Unlimited

Other Side Of The Moon
Paula/Ultra Vybe (Japan), 1975.
A legendary funky drums record from the 70s! Drummer Isaac Redd Holt is maybe best known as part of Young Holt Unlimited, and as part of the first Ramsey Lewis Trio before that – but he more than makes a name for himself on this album – really using his unbridled approach to the drums ... CD

Dwight Trible

Ancient Future
Gearbox (UK), 2023.
The "future" in the title is very well-put – as the album seems to open up a rich new chapter in the music of the legendary vocalist Dwight Trible – a singer who's carried on the spiritual legacy of the 70s well into the 21st Century, and who's always given us some fantastic ... CD

Daniele Patucchi

Le Ultime Ore Di Una Vergine
Sugar/Chris' Soundtrack Corner (Germany), 1972.
A really lovely little soundtrack – done for a slightly tragic early 70s romantic film, and scored with all sorts of sweet, slinky electric touches! A number of tunes have these slow-stepping basslines that are great – gently grooving through the music, and topped with these open, ... CD

Cecile McLorin Salvant

Melusine
Nonesuch, 2023.
Cecile McLorin Salvant has already been one of the most striking jazz singers to emerge in years – and here, she pushes her talents even further – as she moves past standard material, into a complex realm that's all her own! The album's a unified batch of songs dedicated to the ... CD
Chris' Soundtrack Corner (Germany), 1971.
One of the most obscure 70s soundtracks from the great Piero Piccioni – and one of the grooviest too – a set that has the maestro playing lots of lead piano and organ lines himself, in a way that recalls the dreaminess of some of his better-known scores from the 60s! The film's an ... CD
Flying Dutchman/BGP (UK), 1970. Gatefold (reissue)
One of Oliver Nelson's hippest albums – a bold statement of righteous energy, and a fantastic summation of all the genius he'd created during the 60s as an arranger for other people's records! The record is almost at a Duke Ellington level – a complex yet soulful suite of tracks for ... LP, Vinyl record album

Free Music & Najib Alhoush

Free Music – Part 1
Habibi Funk (Germany), Late 70s/Early 80s.
A stunning set of funky tracks from the Libyan scene – music that's not free in a "free jazz" sort of way, but which definitely shows a new sense of liberation in the way the group puts together their groove! The combo's headed by legendary arranger Najib Alhoush – and the ... CD

Luther Thomas

11th Street Fire Suite
Creative Consciousness/Corbett vs. Dempsey, 1978. Gatefold
A wonderfully sensitive record from the legendary St Louis saxophonist Luther Thomas – very different than some of his larger group material, and in a really great way! The record features Thomas in duets with Luther C Petty – the leader on alto sax, Petty on flute, and both musicians ... CD

Guido & Maurizio DeAngelis

Piedone A Hong Kong (with bonus tracks)
Sugar/Chris' Soundtrack Corner (Germany), 1975. 2CD
A very groovy score for this mid 70s Italian comedy – one that stars the great Bud Spencer as "flatfoot" detective Piedone – making his way to Hong Kong to solve a crime! Yet despite the style of the film, the soundtrack is nicely different than other Italian comedic work ... CD
Janus/Octave (Japan), Early 70s.
Amazing early work from Cissy Houston – arguably her deepest set ever, and put together with a wonderful balance of New York class and southern soul modes! There's no denying that Houston's vocals are great – especially given her family pedigree – but she really gets a chance to ... CD

DB Shrier

DB Shrier Emerges
Alfa/Omnivore, 1967. (reissue)
Philadelphia has always had a strong legacy of amazing jazz musicians – so much so, that sometimes really great players sometimes get overlooked! That's definitely the case with the young DB Shrier here, a tenorist who's got a fresh modern sound that's all his own – not free jazz, but ... LP, Vinyl record album
Trojan, Late 60s/1970s. 2CDs
Stunning soul from Ken Boothe – one of the singers who really helped bring a sense of soul to Jamaican music with classic material like this! Ken's got a unique voice that's not the usual style of reggae vocalists – a really distinct sense of phrasing that's both easygoing and deep at ... CD
Remada/Mad About Records (Portugal), 1979. (reissue)
Pedrinho Sampaio is surrounded by keyboards on this late 70s gem from Brazil – and the record definitely makes it feel that way too – as Pedrinho handles a variety of different Yamaha organs and keyboards, plus some Roland strings as well! Yet there's also a nicely rounded group feel ... LP, Vinyl record album
Mr Bongo (UK), Late 60s/Early 70s.
A stunning tribute to the music of Jorge Ben – a host of classic covers from the 60s and 70s, all of which share Jorge's love for an upbeat, soulful groove! The set's exploding with life and energy – that new sort of groove that Ben first unleashed on Brazilian music in the 60s, which ... CD
 



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