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Isaiah Thompson

Guaraldi Holiday
Outside In, 2023.
A great take on the music of Vince Guaraldi – particularly his famous themes for Charlie Brown Christmas, but also featuring a few other tunes as well – all delivered in a style that's nicely different than the originals! Isaiah Thompson handles the piano and overall arranger – ... CD (Holiday Music CD)
Triple Point, 1964.
An incredible early recording from avant tenor genius Archie Shepp – material recorded before his famous debut for Impulse Records, and with a group that's every bit as legendary as the leader! There's a vibe here that's a bit like ESP at times, but which both also echoes the Impulse Shepp ... LP, Vinyl record album (Jazz LP)
Direction, 1969.
Really fantastic later work from Bobby Darin – material that's quite different than the simple pop of his early Atco years, and even the jazzier style he used earlier on in the 60s! The set is one of two issued by the Direction label – and features Bobby taking off from some of the Tim ... CD (Vocalists CD)

Luis Vecchio

Afro Rock
De Wolfe/Be With (UK), 1971. (reissue)
A totally killer sound library set – every bit as funky as others that have been issued under the Afro Rock title – but a lot more obscure! The group here has wicked bass and plenty of percussion next to the drums – and the top of the sound also has some horn work that ... LP, Vinyl record album (Sound Library LP)

Muriel Grossmann

Devotion
Third Man, 2023.
The first widely-circulated album issued by the stunning saxophonist Muriel Grossman – an artist we've been stocking on imports for the past decade or so, and who quickly became one of or favorites in jazz! If you've not heard Muriel before, this album's a perfect introduction to her music ... CD (Jazz CD)
Numero, Late 60s/1970s/Early 80s. 2LP Gatefold
Gary, Indiana is maybe best known as the hometown of the Jackson 5 – but the city also had plenty of other soul singers back in the day – as you'll discover on this really well-done collection of tracks! The set's titled after the Chicago Skyway, a huge industrial structure that links ... LP, Vinyl record album (Funky Compilations LP)

Barbara Moore

Vocal Shades & Tones
De Wolfe/Be With (UK), 1972. (reissue)
An ultra-hip batch of vocal tracks – and one of the few full albums recorded by singer Barbara Moore – a UK jazz artist at the start, but then an important studio talent often working behind the scenes! Barbara's got a very groovy style that's part jazz, part easy, part sunshine pop ... LP, Vinyl record album (Sound Library LP)
Blue Note/Third Man, 1971. 2LP Gatefold
A rare funky treasure – lost live material from Grant Green's hippest years at Blue Note – recorded in the early 70s funky years, but unissued for decades! The set's an incredibly smoking one – with loads of long tracks that really stretch out in a hard-hitting, bottom-heavy ... LP, Vinyl record album (Jazz LP)

TP Orchestra Poly Rythmo De Cotonou

Le Sato 2
Albarika Store/Acid Jazz (UK), Late 70s. (reissue)
The rare second volume of this elusive record from one of the funkiest combos in Benin – a set that was originally only circulated in the same cover as the first volume – which has made for plenty of confusion over the years! This follow-up is maybe even more hard-hitting than the ... LP, Vinyl record album (Global Grooves LP)

Matt Berry

Simplicity
KPM/Acid Jazz (UK), 2023.
A really fantastic pairing of forces – as keyboard collector Matt Berry serves up a special set of instrumental tracks for the KPM sound library – many of which are done on the kinds of keys that KPM were recording back in the day! You might know Matt for his work on screen, but he's ... CD (Sound Library CD)

Ballister (Dave Rempis/Fred Lonberg Holm/Paal Nilssen Love)

Smash & Grab
Aerophonic, 2023.
Brilliant work from this well-matched trio of improvisers – a group who definitely smash and grab in a highly sonic way – thanks to cello and electronics from Fred Lonberg-Holm, drums and percussion from Paal Nilssen Love, and alto, tenor, and baritone saxes from the great Dave Rempis! ... CD (Jazz CD)

Roger Webb Sound

Moonshade
De Wolfe/Be With (UK), 1971. (reissue)
A jazzy gem from the DeWolfe sound library in the UK – a record done by pianist Roger Webb, but with an expanded "Sound" – as you might guess from the title! Roger plays both acoustic and electric pianos, in a variety of styles – and a number of cuts here have sublime ... LP, Vinyl record album (Sound Library LP)
Bear Family (Germany), 1950s/1960s.
The shadow of Hank Williams still looms large in country music well into the 21st Century – but it had an especially strong force in the years after his too-early death – as you'll hear here in a great selection of covers, tributes, and other songs that continue the short-but-strong ... CD (Folk/Country CD)
Blue Note, 1970. (reissue)
Brilliant work as a leader from McCoy Tyner – and easily one of his most righteous albums ever – a true batch of spiritual gems that really takes the John Coltrane legacy one step further! Most numbers build with a modal vibe that's more Impulse Records than Blue Note – and ... LP, Vinyl record album (Jazz LP)
Bear Family (Germany), Late 50s/Early 60s. 2CDs
Great early work from the enigmatic Wayne Cochran – a whiter-than-white cat who's most famous for his late 60s run of surprisingly great funk and soul records for Chess and King – heard here on the complete tracks recorded for a variety of different labels in the runup to those years! ... CD (Rock CD)
Bear Family (Germany), Late 50s/Early 60s.
The fingersnap here is the key – as all the cuts here have a nicely romping kind of groove – a sweet sense of rhythm that's bound to get your toes tapping as much as your fingers are snapping – thanks to a nice sense of space between the notes! The music is from a variety of ... CD (Rock CD)
Jazz Detective, Mid 60s. 2CDs
Very cool work from vibist Cal Tjader – sounds that are different than some of the larger arrangements and concepts of his Verve Records albums of the mid 60s, and material that appears here for the first time ever! The set features a range of appearances that Tjader made on radio in Seattle ... CD (Jazz CD)
Cadillac (UK), 1972.
Mike Westbrook live, and also a bit more stripped-down than on some of his earlier albums – less of the high concept presentation overall, and more in the mode of the sharper edges of the British scene of the time! The tracks are all longish, and nicely open at points – flowing with a ... CD (Jazz CD)

Tomasz Stanko

Wooden Music II
Astigmatic (Poland), 1972.
Beautiful improvised work from legendary Polish trumpeter Tomasz Stanko – work that's much more powerful and bracing than the atmospheric recordings he would do for ECM in later years! The work here comes right at a key moment for free jazz on the European scene – and Stanko works with ... CD (Jazz CD)
Blitzen, 1960s/1970s.
Christmas means love, but it also means plenty more too – given that there's a whole host of different themes covered in this collection – a batch of soulful Christmas numbers that goes way past the obvious! There's a few here you might know, but lots more that we're not sure have been ... CD (Holiday Music CD)
 



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