Treading righteously out of the sixties, into a new jazz era — landmark recordings, Andy Bey tearing up the mic, Ron Carter and co, New York, 1970-1.
With Chris McGregor, Clifford Jarvis and Thelonious Baker in 1987.
Brilliant version of the title track. Live. Thunderous. Classic Blue Note.
Lee Morgan, Wayne Shorter, Bobby Timmons, Jamie Merritt; live in Tokyo.
With Clifford Thornton, Shepp, Alan Silva, Grachan Moncur, Sunny Murray, Arthur Jones.
Black labels, silver writing, BYG logo in white. VG sleeve.
The fine trumpeter in 1963 — with Joe Henderson, Duke Pearson and Pete La Roca, blimey — when he was with Gil Evans, years before stints with Mingus, Herbie, the Duke, Blakey. Japanese LP, with obi.
Well-matched with Milt Jackson (and Hank Jones, Paul Chambers and Connie Kay) in 1959. Stretching out in two Jackson compositions and three standards. One-off Japanese Warner-Pioneer press from 1972.
Half with Dolphy in Greenwich Village; the classic quartet in Europe, the rest.
With John Gilmore, Pete LaRoca; the amazing Dancing Girls.
Original in VG sleeve with a minor dink in the top edge.
Criss from 1959, with Wynton Kelly; Dorham 1956, with J.R. Montrose.
Small remainder cut in left-bottom edge.
Niebergall, Pilz, Lovens, von Schlippenbach, Thomas Stowsand, Steve Lacy, Evan Parker, Gerd Dudek, Albert Mangelsdorff, Christmann, Paul Rutherford, Enrico Rava, Kenny Wheeler, Manfred Schoof, Bob Stewart.