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Ornette Coleman

Japan ’86


Two years before their Billboard chart topping Virgin Beauty album, Ornette Coleman and Prime Time, his mutant funk-fusion outfit, here…

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John Coltrane

Live 1962


For the 1962 European tour John Coltrane led his quartet to new heights. This set includes an extremely rare recording…

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Zoot Sims

The Rare Albums Collection


Zoot Sims had an extraordinary recording career which began in the late 1940s and which continued until the mid-1980s, shortly…

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Matthew Shipp

John Butcher

Thomas Lehn

The Clawed Stone

Matthew Shipp (piano), John Butcher (saxophones) and Thomas Lehn (electronics) in a studio album recorded in France in 2017, a uniquely voiced collective trio of…

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And The Angels Sing

Divas Of The Big Band Era


Before the Rock Era, the music played at dance venues was played by Big Bands. Largely instrumental at first, singers…

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Quincy Jones

All About Quincy Jones


«Soul Bossa Nova» by Quincy Jones became famous by being used as melody played in several films. Besides the Latin…

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Roscoe Mitchell With Ostravska Banda Performing Distant Radio Transmission also Nonaah Trio ….

Track Listing: 1. Distant Radio Transmission – 20:14   2. Nonaah Trio – 14:45   3. Cutouts For Woodwind Quintet 8.8.88 (1)…

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Dizzy Gillespie

I Don’t Mean A Thing

In addition to Thelonius Monk and Charlie Parker, the US jazz trumpeter, singer and composer Dizzy Gillespie is one of…

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Miles Davis Sextet

Fillmore West San Francisco 1970

By the time Miles Davis released his innovative Bitches Brew album, he had started performing in rock venues, and brought…

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Miles Davis Quintet

Live 1967 University Of California

The second formation of the Miles Davis Quintet – comprising of Wayne Shorter on tenor sax, Herbie Hancock on piano,…

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Joni Mitchell with Herbie Hancock

Live At The Bread & Roses Festival 1978

Here we capture Joni Mitchell’s performances at a benefit gig in Berkley, California on Labour Day weekend 1978. The undoubted…

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Philly Joe Jones

Riverside & Atlantic


American Jazz drummer Joseph Rudolph Philly Joe Jones, was known best as the drummer for the first Great Miles Davis…

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Benny Carter

His Eight Finest Albums


Born 8th August 1907, Benny Carter – American jazz saxophonist, clarinettist, trumpeter, composer, arranger, and bandleader – was, with Johnny…

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Earl Bostic

His Finest Albums


American jazz alto saxophonist and pioneer of the post-war American rhythm and blues style, Earl Bostic was an enormous influence…

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Harold Land

The Early Albums


American hard bop and post-bop tenor saxophonist, Harold Land developed his playing style with the Max Roach/Clifford Brown band into…

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The Machito Collection 1941-52


Machito was a bandleader, singer and percussionist who helped create and refine the Afro-Cuban style of jazz, as well as…

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