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Three Blind Mice/Sony (Japan), 1973. (reissue)
A really great little set from Japanese bassist Isao Suzuki – a rare player who goes way way past traditional modes of his chosen instrument, into richly creative territory that rivals the 70s experiments of Ron Carter! Like Carter, Suzuki's never content to just let the bass be a source in ... LP, Vinyl record album

King Sporty & The Root Rockers

Fire Keep On Burning
Konduko/Ultra Vybe (Japan), 1979.
A killer classic from King Sporty – one of the standout kings of Caribbean funk in the 70s – thanks to a handful of great records for the TK family of labels! Sporty takes congas and older rhythmic styles, and fits them nicely to more contemporary Miami club modes – really ... CD
East Wind/Universal (Japan), Late 1970s. 2CDs
A treasure trove of Japanese jazz from the 70s – all originally issued by the groundbreaking East Wind label – not the first Japanese company to focus on jazz, but one who definitely helped move the scene a few steps forward with killer recordings like these! East Wind came in at a ... CD

JJ Whitefield & Forced Meditation

Infinity Of Nothingness
Jazzman (UK), 2024.
You might know JJ Whitefield for his funky work, especially in Poets Of Rhythm – but here, he's opening up a very different side of his musical palette – working in a spiritual jazz mode that comes as a nice surprise! The tracks are spacious and open – mostly rhythmic and modal, ... CD

Hidefumi Toki

Three Blind Mice/Craftman (Japan), 1975.
Deeply personal work from Japanese saxophonist Hidefumi Toki – a player who manages accomplish a great deal in a fairly stripped down setting – filling spare space with gentle notes on alto and soprano sax, often delivered with a nicely raspy tone! The group here is a quartet – ... CD

Ron Louis Smith

Party Freaks Come On
Sunshine Sound/Ultra Vybe (Japan), 1978.
Fantastic Miami funk from Ron Louis Smith – an artist who's working here in the best TK Records mode of the late 70s, but also bringing a bit more soul to the set with his vocals! Ron wrote, arranged, and produced the record himself – and he's clearly a heck of a talent, even though he' ... CD
Amour/Ultra Vybe (Japan), 1980.
The Variations were lucky enough to get Muhammad Ali's picture on the striking cover of this album from 1980 – but the winning sound of the set is very much all their own! There's a few spoken bits from Ali on the record – but the group are center stage throughout, and working in a ... CD

Zacchae'Us Paul

Jazz Money
Candid, 2024.
A groundbreaking blend of jazz and soul from Zacchae'Us Paul – an artist who's bound to be at the top of the listening stack for years to come – or at least we hope so, if the world has any justice! Imagine the vibe you first felt when discovering Gregory Porter, or hearing the Black ... CD
Acid Jazz (UK), 1960s/Early 1970s.
A second set of tracks chosen by the hip British duo of Martin Freeman and Eddie Piller – the former a well-known actor, the latter the man who founded the Acid Jazz label many years back! In some way, the set's similar to some of the compilations that were first showing up in the early ... CD
Timeless/Ultra Vybe (Japan), 1976.
Fantastic work from this legendary group – a special set of live material that really has them stretching out on extended tunes that are maybe even more powerful than the group's famous work in the studio! A key part of the sound here is tenorist George Coleman, who always sounds wonderful ... CD
Riverside/Jazzman (UK), 1960s/Early 1970s.
A set that looks at the surprisingly strong contribution to spiritual jazz from the Riverside Records label – a company best known for their late 50s/early 60s classics from Thelonious Monk, Bill Evans, and others – but one who also allowed enough artistic freedom for other artists on ... CD

Steve Nelson

Common Language Vol 1
Timeless/Ultra Vybe (Japan), 2024.
We love the vibes of Steve Nelson in just about any setting – but they sound especially nice here in a trio format – working with superb bass from Joris Teepe and drums from Eric Ineke, both musicians who have a great way of making an all-star soloist sound even better! Nelson has that ... CD
Strata/BBE (UK), 1974. 2LP Gatefold (reissue)
Sweet reeds and lots of Fender Rhodes – a lost 70s album from the Detroit underground, and one of the best-ever sets from saxophonist Larry Nozero! Larry's working here in close collaboration with keyboardist Dennis Tini – whose Rhodes and Clavinet work really make the album sparkle, ... LP, Vinyl record album
Amour/Ultra Vybe (Japan), 1979.
One of a handful of great records from this smooth soul group from the end of the 70s – one who certainly know some of the clubby modes of the era, but who also seem to embrace some of the warmer group soul from a few years before! There's some great help from like-minded talents on the ... CD

Eric Kloss with Barry Miles

Eric Kloss & Barry Miles – Live In Bremen
Timeless/Ultra Vybe (Japan), 1976.
A really beautiful pairing of talents – saxophonist Eric Koss and keyboardist Barry Miles – both players who'd worked together on a famous album led by Miles, and another studio session on the Muse label – but who sound very different here in the spare space of a live performance! ... CD
Two Piers (UK), 1960s/1970s.
Dreamy sounds in many styles – and a collection that's way more than you might guess from the title! The tunes are by artists who are maybe more familiar than you'd guess from any "celestial" reference – not folks from the new age underground, but instead a mix of jazz, soul, ... CD
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
Mexican Summer/Anthology Editions, 2024.
A really beautiful portrait of a really beautiful musician – the late great Arthur Russell, a New York talent whose groundbreaking work touched so many different scenes in the 80s, before he was taken away from our planet all too soon! Russell's music has lived on and flourished in recent ... Book


AfroMagic Vol 2
Everland (Austria), Late 1970s/Early 1980s.
Great cuts from that special space where African funk comes into play with American club – a genre that was especially popular on European dancefloors in the late 70s and early 80s – a place where many of these tracks would have found a very welcome home! The music here isn't the raw ... LP, Vinyl record album
Two Piers (UK), Late 1960s/1970s/1980s.
The ultra-cool Two Piers label has been quietly revolutionizing the art of the compilation – bringing together songs from a surprisingly wide range of sources, often in ways that aren't tied to a specific scene, label, or sound – yet somehow finding a way to resonate together in the ... CD

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