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Masaru Imada

Green Caterpillar
Three Blind Mice/Craftman (Japan), 1975.
A great little record from the Japanese scene of the 70s – a set that not only shows the great blend of acoustic and electric styles that was happening at the time, but which also really illustrates the inventive approach of the Three Blind Mice label at their best! The vibe here is very ... CD
Gondwana (UK), 2009.
A stellar second album from UK jazz trumpet talent Matthew Halsall – with a soulful depth that pushes him to the forefront of the contemporary British scene! There's an easygoing, but wholly passionate feel on his own solos, and to his players that really hits us deep – which include ... CD

Isao Suzuki

Blue City
Three Blind Mice/Craftman (Japan), 1974.
A wonderful little set from Japanese bassist Isao Suzuki – one that has him playing both acoustic bass and cello, mixing up the instrumentation in a really cool way! Suzuki was really one of the most inventive bassists of his generation of Japanese jazz – able to shift styles and ... CD
Strut (UK), 1990/1995/2014.
A return to greatness for the legendary Tribe Records scene in Detroit – an underground movement that gave us some spiritual jazz classics in the 70s – then kept on making wonderful music at an even more underground level as the years went on! This set is a collection of work from ... CD
Saturn/Cosmic Myth, 1963.
A wonderful session recorded in New York in 1963 – and featuring the band at its progressive best! The album has many dark overtones, and features a core group that includes Marshall Allen, Danny Davis, John Gilmore, and Pat Patrick – playing their usual horns, plus percussion, amidst ... CD
Incus/Honest Jons (UK), 1982. 2LP Gatefold
A fantastic addition to the "epiphanies" concept of the UK free jazz ensemble Company – one that extends the different groupings and shapings of lineup in a series of improvised performances from 1982! The tracks here recorded in the same stretch that yielded the initial ... LP, Vinyl record album

Sunao Wada

Coco's Blues
Three Blind Mice/Craftman (Japan), 1972.
A cooking little record from Japanese guitarist Sunao Wada – one with plenty of offbeat touches! Like many of the albums on the Three Blind Mice label from the time, this one's a bit hard to peg – because the moods and styles shift a bit from track to track, and there's an openly ... CD

Black Diamond

Chant
Shifting Paradigm, 2019.
Fantastic work from the duo of Artie Black and Hunter Diamond – two tenor saxophonists who work together here in a mode that's a sublime extension of some of the modern styles first put down in the 50s! Black and Diamond twist their tenors together with the dexterity of a Zoot Sims/Al Cohn ... CD

Yaseen Mohamed

Yaseen & Party
Mzuri/Afro 7 (Finland), 1960s. (reissue)
Yaseen Mohamed doesn't look like a party animal on the cover – but he really makes some fantastic music with his group – in this unusual blend of percussion, vocals, and cool thin keyboard lines on an unusual 60s instrument! The group also recorded under the name Mac & Party, but ... LP, Vinyl record album

Serge Blenner

Magazin Frivole
Sky/Bureau B (Germany), 1981.
Overlooked electronic genius from Serge Blenner – an artist whose name and title might sound a bit French, but who recorded this set in the Hamburg underground at the start of the 80s! The work here is a nice bridge between earlier Sky Records modes and the rising tide of the German new wave ... CD
Gondwana (UK), 2008.
A really incredible album – a set that's filled with far more soul and feeling than you might guess from the youthful image on the cover! Matthew Halsall's a pretty young player, but his sound here is really amazing – not just on his own trumpet solos, but on the overall feel of the ... CD
Afro 7 (Finland), 1987. (reissue)
Fantastic grooves from Amabano – an obscure group from Burundi, on a record that was initially only issued in the Soviet Union! That strange lack of exposure is no reflection on the music at all, though – as these guys are wickedly funky, and play with the sharpness and rawness of some ... LP, Vinyl record album
Incus/Honest Jons (UK), 1982. 3LP Gatefold
A fantastic addition to the "epiphanies" concept of the UK free jazz ensemble Company – one that extends the different groupings and shapings of lineup in a series of improvised performances from 1982! The tracks here recorded in the same stretch that yielded the initial ... LP, Vinyl record album

Tsuyoshi Yamamoto

Midnight Sugar
Three Blind Mice/Craftman (Japan), 1974.
The midnight sugar here comes from pianist Tsuyoshi Yamamoto – who's playing with a soulful, bluesy sort of style – one that reminds us a bit of Ray Bryant back in the 60s, but which also comes across here with a fair bit of lighter, lyrical touches as well! As with other Three Blind ... CD

Made To Break (Ken Vandermark)

F4 Fake
Trost (Austria), 2019.
Maybe the coolest record we've heard from this amazing group of improvisers – an album that has a title reference to Orson Welles, and begins with a song that's almost got a free jazz take on older crime soundtrack modes! "Aaton" is dedicated to Wells – and it begins with ... CD
University Of Central Arkansas, 2019.
A fascinating look at the music of South Carolina – served up here in the tremendous annual style of the Oxford American! As with other editions of this fantastic series (21 years in the running!), the scope of subjects included is as wide as the manner of presentation – a mixture of ... Magazine

Saigon Soul Revival

Hoa Am Xu'A
Saigon Supersound, 2019.
One of the coolest concepts for a funky combo we've heard in a long time – and a group that are nicely different from some of the old school acts in recent years! These guys definitely work in a vintage funk style – but one that's filtered through a Vietnamese heritage, specifically ... CD
Sonor (Italy), 1974.
Sweet conjugal seduction – served up here in a rare Italian soundtrack from the 70s! The music reminds us a lot of Stelvio Cipriani at his best – as there's a mix of slinky, sexy modes with a few funkier passages – and plenty of great keyboard moments throughout! The ... LP, Vinyl record album

Dwight Druik

Tanger
Bobinason/Favorite (France), 1980.
Cool Canadian vocals from Dwight Druick – a singer who works in French with a very soulful sound overall! The album's partly got the feel of some of the best compressed crossover work of the US scene of the mid 70s – but it's also got a jazzier feel overall too, one that brings a ... CD

Da Lata

Birds
Da La Music (UK), 2019.
The first album in more than a few years from Da Lata – a set that has the core group winnowed down to Chris Franck, but which seems to open up the sound even more than before! Everything we've ever loved about Da Lata is in place here – that special sound that filters together bits of ... LP, Vinyl record album
 



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