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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.

Original in decent but worn sleeve (especially around the edges).

With Chris McGregor, Clifford Jarvis and Thelonious Baker in 1987.

With Elton Dean in 1985.

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 one-off is a Japanese issue, Toshiba-EMI.

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.

Tyner, Garrison, Jones, 1965.

Half with Dolphy in Greenwich Village; the classic quartet in Europe, the rest.

Original, stereo, van Gelder LP.

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.