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AYLER, ALBERT - RECORDED IN STOCKHOLM, OCTOBER 25TH, 1962 (2LP)

AYLER, ALBERT - RECORDED IN STOCKHOLM, OCTOBER 25TH, 1962 (2LP)

On this double album, the Albert Ayler Trio consisted of Ayler, bassist Torbjörn Hultcrantz and drummer Sune Spångberg; four dissonant songs from their live performance on 24 October 1962 would be issued on the Bird Notes label in Sweden as 'Something ... read more »

 

BROWN, PETE -& PIBLOKTO!- - THOUSANDS ON A RAFT (UK)

BROWN, PETE -& PIBLOKTO!- - THOUSANDS ON A RAFT (UK)

1970'S 'Thousands On A Raft', Pete Brown & Piblokto!'s debut album for Harvest, clocks in at the hard-rock and experimental jazz edge of prog, as heard on the extended instrumental interludes of 'Highland Song' and 'If They Could Only See Me Now'; in contrast, Brown's ... read more »

 

BULL, SANDY - FANTASIAS FOR GUITAR AND BANJO (UK)

BULL, SANDY - FANTASIAS FOR GUITAR AND BANJO (UK)

Folk musician Sandy Bull took an unorthodox approach to stringed instruments, influenced in part by sharing an apartment with Nubian oud master, Hamza El Din. His 1963 debut LP for Vanguard, 'Fantasias For Guitar And Banjo', saw him backed by Los Angeles-based jazz drummer ... read more »

 

BYRD, DONALD - THE CAT WALK

BYRD, DONALD - THE CAT WALK

Detroit-born trumpeter Donald Byrd was one of the most expressive players of the instrument. Recording for leading jazz labels such as Savoy and Blue Note from the late 50s, he collaborated with Cannonball Adderly, Lee Morgan, John Coltrane and Herbie Hancock. The 1962 Blue ... read more »

 

CHERRY, DON -& FRIENDS- - BADEN BADEN FREE JAZZ MEETING, DEC. 1967

CHERRY, DON -& FRIENDS- - BADEN BADEN FREE JAZZ MEETING, DEC. 1967

Broadcast from SWR and recorded at the legendary 1967 Free Jazz Meeting in Baden-Baden, Germany this is a collection of four different performances by different line-ups, featuring big names in the European free jazz '60s scene of the time along such top players as Don ... read more »

 

CHERRY, DON -TRIO- - LIVE IN PARIS, MARCH 1979

CHERRY, DON -TRIO- - LIVE IN PARIS, MARCH 1979

Outstanding performance recorded in Paris, March 1967, and broadcast on French radio station ORTF. Three tracks.

 

COLTRANE, ALICE - LIVE AT CARNEGIE HALL, 1971

COLTRANE, ALICE - LIVE AT CARNEGIE HALL, 1971

The musician and spiritual seeker Alice Coltrane was much more than just John Coltrane's second wife. One of the few harpists to feature prominently in jazz, she was also a renowned pianist and composer and her interest in spiritual matters greatly helped steer her husband ... read more »

 

COOKE, SAM - MY KIND OF BLUES

COOKE, SAM - MY KIND OF BLUES

'My Kind Of Blues' was recorded for the label in 1961 (just as Cooke was launching his own SAR Records imprint), being a collection of show tunes and jazz standards, delivered in a soulful blues style by Cooke atop lush orchestration, arranged and conducted by trumpeter and ... read more »

 

DAVIS, MILES -GROUP- - LIVE AT BERLINER JAZZTAGE, BERLIN, NOVEMBER 6, 1971

DAVIS, MILES -GROUP- - LIVE AT BERLINER JAZZTAGE, BERLIN, NOVEMBER 6, 1971

 

ERICKSON, ROKY - CLEAR NIGHT FOR LOVE

ERICKSON, ROKY - CLEAR NIGHT FOR LOVE

Roky Erickson's 1985 solo mini-LP 'Clear Night For Love' was produced at Music Tracks in Austin by bassist/guitarist Speedy Sparks, with former Joe "King" Carrasco and Delbert McClinton drummer, Ernie Durawa, plus Supernatural Family Band alumnus John Reed on ... read more »

 

EVANS, BILL - CONVERSATIONS WITH MYSELF

EVANS, BILL - CONVERSATIONS WITH MYSELF

Produced in a permissive atmosphere with Creed Taylor and engineer Ray Hall in February 1963 and subtitled 'A Searching Look Into The Genius Of Bill Evans', this album features a multi-tracked Evans playing only with himself on piano, with each track featuring an improvised ... read more »

 

FAHEY, JOHN - LIVE IN SAUSALITO, SEPTEMBER 9, 1973

FAHEY, JOHN - LIVE IN SAUSALITO, SEPTEMBER 9, 1973

The finger-picking guitarist and blues enthusiast John Fahey enjoyed a long, influential and distinguished career. Born in Washington DC in 1939 and raised in Takoma Park, Maryland, he lauched his own Takoma label to issue self-produced work in the late 1950s and then ... read more »

 

HANCOCK, HERBIE -& JACO PASTORIUS- - LIVE IN CHICAGO, 16 FEBRUARY 1977

HANCOCK, HERBIE -& JACO PASTORIUS- - LIVE IN CHICAGO, 16 FEBRUARY 1977

Two absolute giants performing together with James Levi on drums, and Bennie Maupin on tenor sax. This should appeal to all 70's Jazz funkers.

 

HARRIS, EDDIE - BOSSA NOVA

HARRIS, EDDIE - BOSSA NOVA

Tenor saxophonist Eddie Harris is best-known for his composition 'Freedom Jazz Dance,' which Miles Davis brought to prominence in 1966, and for being a pioneer of the electric saxophone, yet his career is long, distinguished and varied. His debut album 'Exodus Into Jazz,' ... read more »

 

HIGHWAY (USA) - HIGHWAY

HIGHWAY (USA) - HIGHWAY

Obscure Minnesota-based power trio Highway has a long and convoluted history. In 1965, guitarist/vocalist Steve Murphy joined The Epicureans, a band formed from the ashes of The Pacers and The Corsairs, both previously active in the town of Fairmont, located southeast of ... read more »

 

HYMAN, DICK -& MARY MAYO- - MOON GAS

HYMAN, DICK -& MARY MAYO- - MOON GAS

Adventurous keyboardist and arranger Dick Hyman worked in radio, film and television before making a name for himself as a jazz pianist in the mid-1950s with a hugely popular harpsichord rendition of 'Mack The Knife.' An early experimenter with electronic instruments, ... read more »

 

ILORI, SOLOMON -& HIS AFRO-DRUM ENSEMBLE- - AFRICAN HIGH LIFE

ILORI, SOLOMON -& HIS AFRO-DRUM ENSEMBLE- - AFRICAN HIGH LIFE

Pioneering percussionist Solomon Ilori was one of the first Nigerian artists to record with American jazz musicians, travelling to New York in 1958 to introduce African music to American audiences. After appearing on Art Blakey's 1962 LP 'The African Beat' for Blue Note; he ... read more »

 

JAN DUKES DE GREY - SORCERERS

JAN DUKES DE GREY - SORCERERS

'Sorcerers' is the group's debut, when Jan Dukes de Grey were still the duo of multi-instrumentalists Derek Noy, the band's songwriter and lead vocalist, and Michael Bairstow. The 18 songs of the album recorded in October 1969 show within a pure folk style the subtle use of ... read more »

 

JARRETT, KEITH - LIVE AT SENDAI JAZZ FESTIVAL

JARRETT, KEITH - LIVE AT SENDAI JAZZ FESTIVAL

'DENRYOKU HALL, JAPAN, 20.10.1986' - The gifted American pianist Keith Jarrett is one of the jazz world's greatest musicians. Born in suburban Allentown, Pennsylvania in 1948 with a mixed European cultural heritage, Jarrett was a child prodigy that played piano at the age ... read more »

 

JARRETT, KEITH -TRIO- - BERWARDHALLEN, STOCKHOLM, OCT. 3RD, 1989 (2LP)

JARRETT, KEITH -TRIO- - BERWARDHALLEN, STOCKHOLM, OCT. 3RD, 1989 (2LP)

Gifted piano giant Keith Jarrett is one of the world's great jazz musicians. From 1983, Jarrett's trio featured drummer Jack DeJohnette and former Albert Ayler collaborator Gary Peacock on bass and that version of the trio provides the chops on this excellent performance ... read more »

 

JOYCE - JOYCE

JOYCE - JOYCE

The Brazilian singer-songwriter and guitarist Joyce Silveira Moreno was born and raised in the middle of Copacabana, a short beach stroll from the epicentre of the bossa nova universe. Her father was a Dane that had settled in Brazil, but she was raised by her mother and ... read more »

 

LABORATORIA DELLA QUERCIA - LABORATORIA DELLA QUERCIA (2LP)

LABORATORIA DELLA QUERCIA - LABORATORIA DELLA QUERCIA (2LP)

In the summer of 1978, an ambitious twelve-day experimental jazz project was undertaken at the ancient amphitheatre Tasso della Quercia, on the slopes of Rome's Gianicolo hill. The idea was to assemble the leading players from Italy's avant-garde jazz scene, revolving ... read more »

 

LACY, STEVE/ALVIN CURRAN/FREDERIC RZEWSKI - THREADS

LACY, STEVE/ALVIN CURRAN/FREDERIC RZEWSKI - THREADS

The disparate and often discordant album 'Threads' was recorded in Rome at Mama Dog studio in 1977 for filmmaker-turned-record producer Aldo Sinesio's Horo Records label; comprised of six of Lacy's own compositions, the album saw Lacy supported by Alvin Curran on piano and ... read more »

 

LITTLE RICHARD - HERE'S LITTLE RICHARD

LITTLE RICHARD - HERE'S LITTLE RICHARD

 

LITTLE RICHARD - VOLUME 2

LITTLE RICHARD - VOLUME 2

 

 


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