Trying out new ideas after leaving Impulse! in 1975, by turns deploying Wurlitzer, Rhodes and harp, and Charlie Haden and Ben Riley, percussionists, and an orchestra. (There’s a Stravinsky.) 180g LP, Japanese CD.
At the Montreux Jazz Festival in 1979 with Hermeto Pascoal, in full. Stunning, triumphant.
Live in 1978, ablaze with spirituality. Piano and organ, with Reggie Workman and Roy Haynes. Raga-style minimalism, deep funk, cascading invocations of the mysteries, as if the keyboard were a harp. 180g vinyl.
With their unmissable, blistering nine-minute version of the Cat Stevens, a masterpiece of cosmic, jazzy soul.