His crucial, one-of-a-kind, 1974 masterpiece, with four extras; and a second disc of unreleased recordings spanning 1975 through 2000.
His masterpiece, with four bonus tracks on the CD, including three previously unreleased.
Top-notch, neglected southern soul, plenty deep, produced by Willie Mitchell at Hi in 1970.
Kicking off with a smoking jazz-dancer, this tremendously enjoyable 1962 date features an amazing cast: Dexter, Dolphy, Clifford Jordan, Jimmy Heath, Sonny Redd, Pepper Adams, Ron Carter, Elvin Jones…
Tasty trio date led by the rhythmic piano-playing of the blind Lou Donaldson sideman.
Yes, vigorous playing… with Grassella Oliphant, too.
Peck Morrison, Horace Parlan, Charlie Rouse, Curtis Fuller and Clark Terry. 1961.
Superb fourth album, bare but sparkling, steeped in her vaudevillian take on Americana, rawly confessional and beautifully voiced as ever — a mid-thirties heartful of fierce discontent.
From 1982, with his boom tune Buttercup. Arrangements by Teena Marie; Jamaican pressing and sleeve. CA was at Motown from 1972 — behind the scenes on Songs In The Key Of Life, for example.