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Ogun (UK), 1988.
A really key moment in the career of drummer Louis Moholo – already a legend for his work in The Blue Notes, and participation in other key projects on the London scene – here starting a new chapter of creation with his Viva La Black combo of younger moments from the diaspora! A key ... CD (Jazz CD)
678 Records (Netherlands), 1977. Gatefold (reissue)
A definite Dutch treat from a hip jazzy group – a cool combo from the Netherlands, and one that features some superb work on Fender Rhodes and other keyboards from the great Jan Huydts! You might know Jan from other sound library and jazz work – and here he works in a combo with Hans ... LP, Vinyl record album (Jazz LP)

Anthony Braxton

Solo Bern 1984
Hat Art (Switzerland), 1984.
A really great setting for the reedwork of Anthony Braxton – and a record that reminds us that although he can be a great composer and a really inspiring leader – at the heart of it all, he's still a masterful musician on the alto saxophone, one whose improvisational skills are maybe ... CD (Jazz CD)

David Murray

Francesca
Intakt (Switzerland), 2024.
A really fantastic album from David Murray – a no-nonsense session that's a real return to the kind of fresh tenor genius he was bringing the world in the 80s! This is a set with a quartet that swings – and Murray blows tenor and a bit of bass clarinet with the kind of raspy warmth and ... CD (Jazz CD)

Clifford Jordan

Beyond Paradiso 1969
Nederlands Jazz Archief (Netherlands), 1969.
An incredible live performance from the great Clifford Jordan – one recorded overseas, with a batch of non-American player – but a set that already shows the spacious, spiritual territory that he would open up in the 70s! Even when swinging in more familiar jazz territory, Jordan's got ... CD (Jazz CD)

Nduduzo Makhathini

Unomkhubulwane
Blue Note, 2024.
A trio outing from pianist Nduduzo Makhathini, and one that both shows off a more intimate side of his music, and does a great job of linking his sound back to the older years of the South African jazz scene! The trio features Zwelakhe Duma Bell Le Pere on bass and Francisco Mela on drums – ... CD (Jazz CD)

New Regency Orchestra

New Regency Orchestra
Mr Bongo (UK), 2024.
A contemporary Latin group from the London scene, but one who really focus on the strongest modes of the past – as you might guess from the way they interpret songs by older giants like Chico O'Farrill, Tito Puente, and Kenny Graham! The ensemble is large and bold, and work with a great ... CD (Latin CD)

Luis Bacalov

Roma Bene
Quartet (Spain), 1971.
A very groovy film about a very decadent scene in Rome – which you might expect from the image on the cover! The music is filled with lots of the best touches that Luis Bacalov brought to his cooler soundtracks of the time – some jazzy bits, some inspired by bossa nova, and then a few ... CD (Soundtracks CD)

Markus Holkko

Eye Of The Universe
Jazzaggression (Finland), 2024.
Warm and wonderful work from the Finnish scene – served up by reedman Markus Holkko, and in a way that resonates strongly with some of the best Finnish jazz of the 70s – especially work from the Love Records generation! A key part of the set is the electric piano work of Samuli ... LP, Vinyl record album (Jazz LP)
Transition/Blue Note, 1956. (reissue)
A great session – and one of the few lost ones on the legendary Transition label! The album was originally recorded in Boston in 1956, and it features a group led by bassist Doug Watkins, with Donald Byrd on trumpet, Hank Mobley on tenor, and Art Taylor on drums – really a Blue Note ... LP, Vinyl record album (Jazz LP)
Universal (France), 1960s. 2LP Gatefold
Wonderfully groovy sounds from a very special time in Italian cinema – that great 60s moment when soundtrack composers were really starting to work in modes that would set their famous film scores apart from American and other European work of the time! As the title hints, some of the ... LP, Vinyl record album (Funky Compilations LP)
Ogun (UK), 1989.
The title's a bit hokey, but the group's a great one – a saxophone quartet, led by Elton Dean and augmented by bass and drums, for a very unique sound! The style here is quite different than that of the over-used 80s sax quartet style – as the bass and drums propel the group into a ... CD (Jazz CD)
British Progressive Jazz (UK), Late 1960s/Early 1970s.
The title gets it right – as the set features some of the coolest, hippest British jazz of the late 60s and early 70s – served up here in a special package that features nine never-issued tracks! The work here is all by giants who really helped open doors and let British jazz musicians ... CD (Funky Compilations CD)

Khan Jamal

Give The Vibes Some
Palm/SeriE.WOC (France), 1974. (reissue)
Maybe the hippest record ever cut by vibist Khan Jamal – and that's saying a lot, as all of his records are pretty darn hip! This rare date was originally done for the French Palm Records label run by avant jazz giant Jef Gilson – and the approach is very loose and free, but also not ... LP, Vinyl record album (Jazz LP)
Jazzaggression (Finland), 2024.
A set with a great improvised groove – music that's created on the spot, yet often nicely rhythmic too – although not without some farther-out moments as well! The set really gets a lot from the keyboards of Virginia Genta and guitar of Topias Tiheasalo – both players whose ... LP, Vinyl record album (Jazz LP)

Jamie Finlay

Sun Dogs
Wah Wah (UK), 2024.
A really cosmic album from UK artist Jamie Finlay – one that swirls together spiritual fusion and soulful vocals, all at a level that takes us back to the 70s work of Lonnie Liston Smith! The style and instrumentation are a bit more contemporary, but there's a definite depth here that easily ... LP, Vinyl record album (Neo Soul LP)
Dal Segno/Mo Jazz (UK), Late 1960s. (reissue)
A wickedly cool small combo set from the 60s – featuring reedman John Lemon, who blows both tenor and flute, plus a bit of alto as well – in a combo with Jimmy Scott on organ, Ernest McLean on guitar, and Bobby Brooks on drums! The set's got a great soul jazz vibe – like a ... LP, Vinyl record album (Jazz LP)

Sefi Zisling

Librarian
Tru Thoughts (UK), 2024.
Trumpeter Sefi Zisling has a background in funk, but also really showcases his jazz chops here – in a set that's maybe his deepest, most personal record to date – a set that really takes its time and space to find its voice, not just from the leader, but from the other musicians as well! ... LP, Vinyl record album (Jazz LP)
Impulse, 1968. Gatefold (reissue)
Early work by Alice Coltrane – somewhat under the shadow of her late husband, as you'd guess from the use of his name on the front cover – but really stepping out here with a voice of her own! The Monastic Trio of the set features Alice on harp and piano – alongside bass from ... LP, Vinyl record album (Jazz LP)

Isao Suzuki

Hip Dancin
East Wind/Universal (Japan), 1976.
A real standout in the mid 70s Japanese jazz scene – one of a few excellent albums by Isao Suzuki, a jazz cello player who could work well in a variety of settings! This album's got Isao grooving with some slight electric touches – working with Japanese players that include Kazumi ... CD (Jazz CD)
 



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