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Terrific early-sixties west coast soul jazz, recorded for Pacific, with Jack Wilson and Dupree Bolton.

Wonderful compilation of sixties and seventies spiritual-modal jazz. Noah Howard and Eddy Louiss in amongst a load of new names. Lots of Trane in the mix. Lovely stuff; proper Dingwalls business. Warmly recommended.

Good to see this Philadelphian guitarist back, in this warm, spontaneous session (with John Betsch drumming), covering Stanley Cowell, Doug Carn and Wayne Shorter, and Bill Withers, in amongst her originals.

Nice little gift of a record, experimental and a bit dodgy, but laidback and veteran, full of love.

A classy jazz vocal debut, presented by the French label which recently revived Doug Hammond.

The Detroit legend, veteran of the Tribe label, plays thumb piano and drums, with pianist Kirk Lightsey — and sings with heartfelt, spiritual intensity. A strange, lovely record. With a Four Tet mix.