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Numero, Late 60s/Early 70s. 2LP
A treasure trove of rare soul work from Tommy McGee – a fantastic sweet soul singer from the Michigan scene of the 70s, and one who should have been huge – judging by the quality of the work on this set! The core of the package is Tommy's rare 1976 album Positive Negative – a ... LP, Vinyl record album (Soul LP)

Jack DeJohnette

Jackeyboard
Trio/Ultra Vybe (Japan), 1973.
Jack DeJohnette is a hell of a drummer, and he's also a hell of a pianist too – a side of Jack's talents that isn't always shown on record, and which has maybe never been as well-recorded as on this fantastic Japanese session from the 70s! DeJohnette has a spiritual, long-building approach ... CD (Jazz CD)

Hubert Porter with The Jamaican Calypsonians

Calypsos From Jamaica
Dub Store (Japan), Early 60s.
A great mix of modes from Hubert Porter – tunes that are definitely the calypsos promised in the title, but which also have some unique elements that mark them as Jamaican, too – touches of mento, nice jazzy elements in the music, and that bubbling up of the new island modes that would ... LP, Vinyl record album (Reggae LP)
Columbia/Bear Family (Germany), Late 50s/Early 60s.
The best side of the overlooked Billy Walker – his more rocking, hard-twanging numbers recorded for Columbia Records – all done at a time when the label was hitting big with other artists, even though Walker never fully got his due! Billy's maybe best known for a few western-themed ... CD (Folk/Country CD)
Blue Note, 2020.
A really beautiful record, and one that's every bit as righteous as you might guess from its cover and title – maybe even more so, as there's a hugely collaborative energy to the whole record, a sense of group spirit that's not even hinted at on the front! Nududuzo Makhathini is listed as ... CD (Jazz CD)

Dave Douglas

Dizzy Atmosphere
Greenleaf, 2020.
Dave Douglas works here in a group with two trumpets – Dave Adewumi on the other horn in the lead, but playing with a voice that's deeply distinct from the leader! The group's got that sort of fresh approach that seems to make each different record by Douglas a very different project – ... CD (Jazz CD)
Crammed (Belgium), 1978/2020.
A really cool idea for a record – one that first features unreleased tracks recorded in Kinshasa in 1978, on a special bonus CD – then adds in vinyl versions of reworks of the original recordings done for the project! The originals are fantastic – very percussive and melodic at ... LP, Vinyl record album (Global Grooves LP)

Lorez Alexandria

From Broadway To Hollywood
Trio/Ultra Vybe (Japan), 1977.
An ultra-hip record from Lorez Alexandria – one of her grooviest albums ever, and a set that was only ever issued in Japan! The set features Lorez hitting some of the hippest, most rhythmic modes of her career – working with jazzy backing arranged by Gildo Mahones and Art Hillery, ... CD (Vocalists CD)

Steve Swell Quinet Soul Travelers

Astonishments
Rogue Art (France), 2020.
One of the most righteous albums we've ever heard from trombonist Steve Swell – a great follow-up to his Soul Travelers album – and, like that one, done in this majestic mode that hearkens back to the hippest sounds of the loft jazz years! Swell's group is fantastic – with Jemeel ... CD (Jazz CD)

Kaidi Tatham

In Search Of Hope
Freedom School/First Word (UK), 2008.
A brilliant album from Kaidi Tatham – deeper by far than anything we've ever heard from him, and way more than you might expect if you only know his singles from the London scene! This set's got a very strong jazz component – monstrous keyboard work from Kaidi that stretches and soars ... CD (New Grooves CD)

Mulatu Astatke & Black Jesus Experience

To Know Without Knowing (with bonus download)
Agogo (Germany), 2020.
A great entry in the ongoing resurgence of the mighty Mulatu Astatke – the legend of Ethiopian music from the 70s, still going strong after all these years – and finding new ways to interact with generations of musicians that he inspired with his original recordings! This set has ... LP, Vinyl record album (Global Grooves LP)
Storyville/Muzak (Japan), 1956. 2CDs
Two great Storyville sessions – back to back in a single set! First up is Tonite's Music Today – an early Storyville Records gem from these two budding modernists – featuring a quartet with Zoot Sims on tenor, Bob Brookmeyer on valve trombone, and Hank Jones on piano and a bit of ... CD (Jazz CD)

Scotty McKay

Scotty McKay Rocks
Bear Family (Germany), Late 50s/Early 60s.
Maybe the first-ever look at Scotty McKay – and definitely the first to give this rare rocker his full due – thanks to the beautiful Bear Family presentation, which includes copious notes, great sound, and a number of rare tracks that were unissued at the time! We'd put Scotty right up ... CD (Rock CD)
Play Loud (UK), Late 20s/1930s/1940s/1950s.
A really revelatory collection – a set of vintage recordings from the Jewish community in London's East End – songs with sounds that resonate very strongly with the musical sound of New York's Lower East Side during the same stretch of time! There's definitely some of the jazz promised ... CD (Global Grooves CD)
Storyville/Muzak (Japan), 1954. 2CDs
Three early 10" albums from alto genius Lee Konitz – packaged together here in one great 2CD set! First up is Lee Konitz At Storyville – tight early work from Lee Konitz – recorded on location at the very hospitable Storyville nightclub in Boston – a sweet setting for ... CD (Jazz CD)

Patrice Rushen

Posh
Elektra/Strut (UK), 1980.
Nothing posh about this one – as the album's an all-out, all-access affair – a great way for anyone to get into the grooves of the mighty Patrice Rushen! Patrice is at the height of her powers here – equally magic on keyboards and vocals, and coming up with groove after groove in ... CD (Soul CD)
Sondor/Lion, 1977. (reissue)
An excellent album of spare percussion tracks – served up by Jorge Trasante, who'd later rise to fame in the Gypsy Kings – but who here is working as a young percussionist with a great love of South American rhythms! As the title implies, the set is an exploration of the roots of his ... LP, Vinyl record album (Global Grooves LP)

Kidd Jordan/Joel Futterman/Alvin Fielder

Spirits
Silkheart (Switzerland), 2020.
A wonderful set, and one that's definitely filled with spirits – most particularly from the tenor of Kidd Jordan, which has all this subtle power behind it, at a level that really gives proof to Jordan's many years on the freer side of the jazz spectrum! The trio here also features Alvin ... CD (Jazz CD)

Cory Weeds with David Hazeltine

Day By Day
Cellar Live, 2020.
There's a great strong voice on this quartet date from alto player Corey Weeds – the piano of David Hazeltine, whose richness really seems to shape the session right from the very first note! The setting is one that's more natural to Weeds – a recording date in Vancouver, with Ken ... CD (Jazz CD)
Steeplechase/Jazzman (UK), Late 70s/Early 80s.
A massive collection of music from the Steeplechase label – spiritual sounds from back in the day, and a side of the label's legacy that's only gotten the right sort of appreciation in more recent years! Steeplechase was a European company, and their biggest claim to fame was recordings of ... CD (Funky Compilations CD)
 



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