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SAM (France), 1965.
One of the most unusual recordings we've ever heard from legendary drummer Art Blakey – not a Jazz Messengers session, but a rare Parisian performance by a quintet billed as the New Jazz Men! The lineup is fantastic – Freddie Hubbard on trumpet, Nathan Davis on tenor, Jaki Byard on ... LP, Vinyl record album
Bear Family (Germany), Late 50s/Early 60s.
A wonderful tribute to the role of the telephone in postwar culture – not just as a means of communication, but as a theme for some mighty groovy music as well! You'll recognize a few of these tunes – classics that have a phone call or operator at the center of the lyrics – but ... CD
DJM/Isle Of Juara (Netherlands), 1978. (reissue)
A voyage from Brian Bennett – indeed a trip into disco and funk inspired rhythms, as the subtitle lets us know, but also plenty synthy rock, jazz and proggy elements – a Voyage worth taking from the sound library genius Bennett! The synths and keyboards by Francis Monkman is the secret ... LP, Vinyl record album

Sam Rivers/Dave Holland/Barry Altschul

Ricochet – Sam Rivers Archive Project Vol 3
No Business (Lithuania), 1978.
A searing live performance from Sam Rivers – never issued before, and recorded as one non-stop improvisation with a really amazing trio! Rivers plays tenor, soprano, flute, and piano – and the record is a great example of the constantly creative energy that he can bring to the fold ... CD

London Jazz Composers Orchestra

That Time
Not Two (Poland), 1972/1980.
Very rare work from this legendary improvising orchestra – two different recordings from the first decade or so of the group's existence, at a time when they were hardly making any records at all! The first two long tracks are from a 1972 performances in Germany – and feature an early ... CD
Cuss, 2020. 2 x 10 inch Gatefold
A fantastic testament to the ever-growing strengths of Gaslamp Killer – and a record that's not really instrumental hip hop, or just a loose collection of beats – but instead almost moves the producer into the territory of more complex soundtrack or sound library modes, yet still all ... LP, Vinyl record album

Matthew Shipp & Rob Brown

Then & Now
Rogue Art (France), 2020.
Great work from two players who really seem to find each other very quickly here – improvising freely in a way that creates strong resonance between the piano of Matthew Shipp and the alto of Rob Brown – as both musicians have notes cascading forward in this effortless way, often ... CD
Ace/Kent (UK), Mid 60s.
Raw soul from the 60s – not the polished sounds of Motown, or the smoother grooves of the Philly studios – but instead work by artists who might have recorded R&B during the decade before, and who still work here with a fair bit of grit in their grooves! The shift is a bit like ... CD
Color Tapes/Lion, Early 80s.
Special sounds from the deep work of underground electronic music that lurked way down below the British charts of the early 80s – music by a host of different groups who still hold strong to the early, darker post-punk styles of Sheffield and Manchester – mostly using analogue ... LP, Vinyl record album

Jef Gilson with Nathan Davis & Woody Shaw

Jef Gilson A Gaveau (180 gram pressing)
SFP/SAM (France), 1965. (reissue)
A brilliant record from French modernist Jef Gilson – and a set that's filled with amazing performances from a host of key French and American players too! At the core is Gilson – writing, directing, and playing piano in the ensemble – which also features trumpets from Woody Shaw ... LP, Vinyl record album
SRP/Corbett vs. Dempsey, 1966.
Groundbreaking early work from drummer Milford Graves and pianist Don Pullen – a set of long, free improvisations that were originally issued on Graves' Self-Reliance Productions label – combined here for the first time ever! The music is even more striking than sounds from the time on ... CD

Bill Frisell

Valentine
Blue Note, 2020.
Bill Frisell is in a really wonderful trio here – working with Rudy Royston on drums and Thomas Morgan on bass – players who maybe seem to bring out some of Frisell's most inventive sounds in years! Bill plays both acoustic and electric guitar – and the latter instrument often ... CD
Bear Family (Germany), Late 50s/Early 60s.
A cool little set to keep the summer going long after Labor Day – and the kind of package of sunny classics from the postwar years that will provide plenty of summer listening even when you're locked indoors! As with other entries in this cool series from Bear Family, the mix of music is ... CD

Cecil Taylor & Tony Oxley

Birdland/Neuberg 2011
Listen Foundation, 2011.
Fantastic later work from two players who always sound wonderful together – maybe best known for their duet performances on FMP at the end of the 80s, but really reprising that beautiful energy here on two long improvisations recorded in 2011! Both the piano of Cecil Taylor and drums of Tony ... CD

Freddie Gibbs & Alchemist

Alfredo
ESGN, 2020.
Freddie Gibbs's gradual ascent to the upper echelon of modern hip hop – and his impeccable choice in production partners, this time working from beginning to end with long serving beat king The Alchemist – shows no signs of slowing down! Lyrically, Freddie is riffing on mob lore on ... CD

George Jackson

George Jackson In Memphis
Ace/Kent (UK), Mid 70s.
A stunning collection of work from the great George Jackson – a real 70s powerhouse in southern soul, but an artist who didn't always get the chance to shine as much as he should! One reason for that was that Jackson only issued singles during the decade – work here collected from ... LP, Vinyl record album
Dutch Jazz Archive (Netherlands), Mid 50s.
Overlooked genius from the Dutch jazz scene of the postwar years – a set of small combo dates that feature trumpeter Rob Pronk, including two groups led by American players too! Pronk's got a tone that's clear, but never too clean – maybe the focused brightness of the young Howard ... CD
PMP/We Release Jazz (Switzerland), 1974.
One of those great European jazz records that never fully got its due back in the 70s – but which would have stood right next to classics on the Black Jazz label, if it were issued in the US! The group here are wonderfully soulful, and have a fluid, open sort of energy – never avant, ... CD
Ace (UK), Late 60s.
A searing set of all-girl rockers from the late 60s – underground work from the hinterland of the American garage scene – all rare material originally issued on a handful of small indie labels! This vinyl set is a great addition to the CD series of the same name – and like those ... LP, Vinyl record album

Art Blakey

Just Coolin
Blue Note, 1959.
LP...$18.99 21.99 (CD)
The long-overdue release of an unissued Blue Note session from 1959 – one that features a version of the Jazz Messengers right before Wayne Shorter joined the group, with the mighty Hank Mobley on the quintet lineup on tenor! The Messengers in 1959 and 1960 were really at the top of their ... LP, Vinyl record album
 



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