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Pan Afrikan People's Arkestra

Live At IUCC 4/29/79
Nimbus, 1979.
Soaring spiritual sounds from this legendary ensemble – finally given a longer look at their famous series of performances at the Immanuel United church in LA! The mighty Horace Tapscott is at the lead of the group on piano – and the list of other players is almost an all-star lineup ... CD (Jazz CD)

Lonnie Smith

Funk Reaction
LRC/Mr Bongo (UK), 1977.
A sweet 70s groover from the great Lonnie Smith – a soulful little session that has the keyboardist really stretching out in some great ways! At the time, Smith fares a lot better than some of his late 60s jazz organ contemporaries – as he's got a great lean style, perfect for the ... CD (Jazz CD)
Saturn/Superior Viaduct, 1964. (reissue)
Landmark work from Sun Ra – a rare 1964 performance that features some very early work from Pharoah Sanders, a good deal of which is appearing here for the first time ever! The material was recorded at Judson Hall – and marks a great large venue performance by the Arkestra on the New ... LP, Vinyl record album (Jazz LP)
Vroommm/Italian Golden Mondo (Japan), 1973.
A rare television soundtrack from Italian jazzman Sandro Brugnolini – easily some of his most hard-hitting work, and a mighty cool record to boot! Brugnolini mixes small combo jazz and some darker orchestrations in a shifting palette of sounds from track to track – which means that ... CD (Soundtracks CD)

Pan Afrikan People's Arkestra

Live At IUCC 3/25/79
Nimbus, 1979.
A set that's overflowing with genius from the LA scene of the 70s – a larger lineup of key players, all directed by pianist Horace Tapscott at a time when he was doing some of his greatest music on the planet! Tapscott is great in a trio or solo – but we really love him when he's able ... CD (Jazz CD)
Areito/Mr Bongo (UK), 1977. (reissue)
A really sweet set of instrumental grooves – originally issued on the famous Cuban label Areito, but with a sound that's very different than you might expect! The music is funky and soulful, but also has these lush orchestrations too – so that the tunes are partly Latin, but also ... LP, Vinyl record album (Latin LP)
DIW/Super Fuji Discs (Japan), 1988. 2CD
A classic Arkestra live set from the end of the 80s – beautifully recorded, and put together with a lot more dynamic energy than some of the less professional Sun Ra live dates from the time! The set runs for nearly an hour in length, and tracks are long, but often quite focused – ... CD (Jazz CD)

Atak (Takuya Kuroda)

Zazu
Atak (Japan), 2024.
A very cool large ensemble – one led by trumpeter Takuya Kuroda, and with a sound that's very different than his own work as a leader – as the groove here is a wonderful blend of inspirations from older Afro Funk, inflected with more of a sense of contemporary groove – all served ... CD (Jazz CD)

Pan Afrikan People's Arkestra

Live At IUCC 9/30/79
Nimbus, 1979.
Beautifully righteous work from this legendary ensemble – and a performance that features vocal work from both Linda Hill and Adele Sebastian – better known as instrumentalists with records on Nimbus from the time, but artists whose voices really bring a special sort of soul to the ... CD (Jazz CD)

Joe McPhee with Ken Vandermark

Musings Of A Bahamian Son
Corbett vs. Dempsey, 2024.
A very different side of the talents of the great Joe McPhee, and a great one too – a set of spoken word passages that are provided with occasional saxophone contributions from Ken Vandermark – all coming together in a way that's maybe even more righteous than some of the instrumental ... CD (Jazz CD)
Strut (UK), 1986. 2CD
Some of the most unusual Sun Ra material of the 80s – a series of performances done with the Outer Space Visual Communicator – a unique instrument that mixed light and music together, and created a very trippy experience for both the Arkestra and the audience! Most of these tracks have ... CD (Jazz CD)

Lau Ro

Cabana
Far Out (UK), 2024.
A wonderfully evocative solo set from Lau Ro – an artist raised in Brazil, working in London, and at a level that really has a sound that both reflects and transcends those roots! You might know Lau from their work in Wax Machine, but the performance here is much more personal and intimate ... CD (Brazil CD)
Colorit/Farfalla (France), 1974. (reissue)
A beautiful German sound library session from the 70s – very jazzy at the core, but warmed up with all sorts of those lightly groovy sounds that played so strongly during the economic miracle years! There's a lot of reed interplay on the record – alto, flute, and tenor all working ... LP, Vinyl record album (Sound Library LP)
BBE (UK), 2024.
A stunning volume that may well serve as the greatest introduction to Japanese jazz records we've ever seen – a huge, full-color book that features hundreds of rare Japanese-only releases, most in 12" square pages that replicate the original size of the cover too – along with label ... Book (Book)
EM (Japan), 1970.
An insane bit of noise from the Japanese scene at the start of the 70s – a legendary performance from Expo 70, one put together by artist Yoshimura Masunobu – who unites the freewheeling fuzz of the Flower Traveling band with the sound of 50 different motorcycles, and some other ... LP, Vinyl record album (Rock LP)

Dawit Yifru

Dawit Yifru
Muzikawi (Sweden), Late 1970s.
A really haunting side of Ethiopian music from the 70s – a set that brings together tracks that were originally only issued on cassette, as an overdue vinyl document of the overlooked legacy of composer Dawit Yifru! There are certainly elements here that resonate with other sounds of the ... LP, Vinyl record album (Global Grooves LP)
Liberation Hall, 1975.
Cannonball Adderley left the planet all too soon during the year of 1975 – but he's still going fantastically strong in this live date from the same year – a set that maybe shows us what sort of directions that Cannon might have taken had he stuck around for another decade or two! ... LP, Vinyl record album (Jazz LP)
Grand Prix/Italian Golden Mondo (Japan), 1971.
The sound of industry, circa 1969 Italy – which means that everything sounds a heck of a lot groovier than you might expect! Soundtrack genius Alessandro Alessandroni handled the album – and it's completely fantastic right from the very first note – nothing like an industrial ... CD (Sound Library CD)

Tsuyoshi Yamamoto

Sweet For K
Somethin Cool (Japan), 2024.
An album with a really beautiful sound – not just from the core work of the piano trio, but also from the guy who recorded the whole thing too – the legendary engineer for the Three Blind Mice label in Japan, Yoshihiko Kaminari! It's not often that the engineer gets billed on the back ... LP, Vinyl record album (Jazz LP)
Blue Note (Japan), 1968.
One of our favorite Lee Morgan albums, and one of his least known – a set recorded in the crucial last five years of his life, and a sparkling mix of hard bop, soul jazz, and slight bits of modernism – that magical mix that Lee was hitting as he reached farther and farther with his ... CD (Jazz CD)
 



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