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Holy Science
Cat: JMANLP 118. Rel: 13 Feb 20
Jazz
  1. Treta-Yuga (20:22)
  2. Kali-Yuga (17:19)
Review: Arguably slightly overlooked on its 2016 digital download release, the debut album from New York improvisers Amirtha Kidambi and the Elder Ones is undoubtedly one of the most inspired debuts of recent years. It's great to see Jazzman pick it up for a vinyl release, because its unique combination of influences - Indian and South Asian music, spiritual jazz, avant-jazz, modal jazz and freestyle improvisation - makes it one of the most remarkable jazz releases of recent years. There's something particularly arresting about epic A-side "Treta-Yuga", where squally, high-octane horn solos ride a metronomic, seemingly never-ending bass loop and wild drums, though it's the spaced out flipside composition - all droning Indian tones, echo-laden vocals and off-kilter drums - that makes the greater impression.
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Cumulo Nimbus
Cat: JMANCD 112. Rel: 20 Jun 19
Jazz
  1. Weedhopper
  2. March Of The Goober Woobers
  3. 47 Tears
  4. Jig
  5. Halyards
  6. Cumulo Nimbus
Review: Jazzman's dusty-fingered diggers recently did a deal to reissue some of the "holy grail" albums released by Austin-based Fable Records in small numbers back in the early 1970s. Forty Seven Times Its Own Weight's "Cumulo Nimbus" is the first of these. It's a pleasingly warm and evocative set of tracks from the one-album combo that offers an enjoyable and cutting edge fusion of hard-wired jazz-funk, post-modal fusion, horizontal slow jams and low-slung goodness that pairs free-jazz style solos and spiritual grooves with just the right amount of funk-fuelled instrumentation (see "Jig"). The set includes both dancefloor-friendly and laid-back fare, with the jaunty title somehow managing to tick both boxes at once.
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Elevation
Elevation (CD)
Cat: JMANCD 119. Rel: 14 May 20
Jazz
  1. Elevation
  2. Rising
  3. Chant
  4. Your Pace
  5. Peace For All
Review: Since emerging at the dawn of the century, Vienna-raised saxophonist and singer Muriel Grossmann has released a dozen albums that fuse her European jazz heritage with everything from modernism and free-jazz, to Afro-jazz and classic spiritualism. "Elevation", a vinyl-only release, sees her debut on Jazzman with a bold and vibrant set that flits between wild, free-jazz-meets-spiritual jazz epics ("Elevation"), more considered spiritual workouts (the Ornette Coleman-ish "Rising"), double bass-heavy soundscape jazz (the foreboding but brilliant "Chant"), bouts of laidback, sun-kissed positivity ("Your Pace") and emotion-rich languid jazz bliss (closing cut "Peace For All", where Grossmann is in particularly fine form).
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Live Without Fear
Cat: JMANCD 102. Rel: 28 Feb 19
Jazz
  1. Children's Song
  2. Ritual
  3. Bright Tune
  4. Father Spirit, Mother Love
  5. Rasta
  6. Soul Flower
  7. Live Without Fear
Review: The 27th reissue in Jazzman's ongoing "Holy Grail Series" comes courtesy of Infinite Spirit Music, an undeniably obscure, one-off project helmed by pianist, producer and arranger Soji Ade. "Live Without Fear" was recorded in 1979 and tops the "wants list" of many spiritual jazz collectors, thanks largely to the album's superb fusion of African rhythms, soul-flecked jazz workouts, free improvisation and tribal percussion. This first ever CD edition sounds fantastic. It's hard not to fall in love with the heady bongos, rich double bass and snaking saxophone of "Children's Song", the gentle warmth of "Rasta" and the Afro-fired, tribalistic free-jazz experiments of "Ritual" and "Father Spirit, Mother Love".
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Short Story From Tabla Drums & Trumpet
Cat: JAZZ 45008. Rel: 12 Dec 19
Jazz
  1. Short Story From Tabla, Drums & Trumpet (2:11)
  2. Oye Maia (3:01)
Review: Thanks to a plethora of pleasing releases from the likes of Nat Birchall and Michael Grossman, 2019 has been a vintage year for Jazzman's "Jazz 45" series. The last volume of the year comes courtesy of Jai Ho, an occasional studio "supergroup" who initially met by accident in the late 1990s. In fact, A-side "Short Story From Tabla, Drums & Trumpet" was recorded in a single day in 1996. The descriptive title is accurate, with squally, effects-laden trumpet solos riding a killer backing track of military style drum breaks, exotic tabla motifs and toasty double bass. The group met again for another studio day in 2003 and recorded B-side "Oye Maia", a wonderfully lucid and languid mixture of attractive Kalimba melodies, drifting trumpet and shuffling Indian instrumentation.
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Project Elo
Cat: JMANLP 069. Rel: 26 Jun 14
Jazz
  1. In The Beginning
  2. Inner Emergence
  3. Princess Gabi
  4. Slaves Emancipation
  5. Thokozile Queen Mother
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The Storyteller: A Musical Tribute To Yusef Lateef
The Storyteller: A Musical Tribute To Yusef Lateef (gatefold 180 gram vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: JMANLP 115. Rel: 12 Sep 19
Jazz
  1. Tales Of Saba (7:54)
  2. Ching Miau (8:37)
  3. Love Theme From Spartacus (6:40)
  4. Mashariki (6:47)
  5. Morning (7:06)
  6. Ringo Oiwake (6:17)
  7. Brother John (7:01)
  8. Willow's Walk (7:25)
  9. Not Yet Ornette (7:48)
  10. Inward Flight (7:50)
  11. Salaam Brother Yusef (5:25)
Review: Turning your hand to the catalogue of a jazz colossus like Yusef Lateef would be beyond most contemporary jazz musicians, but then Nat Birchall is currently one of the best saxophonists in the business. Alongside his quartet and with the aid of some unusual instruments from around the world - something Lateef was famously fond of doing - Birchall has delivered a set of covers that breathe breezy new life into some of the American multi-instrumentalist's most admired compositions whilst retaining some of the original flavour. Our favourites include the droning North African brilliance of "Mashariki", the sun-baked afternoon breeze of "Ringo Oiwake" and the piano-powered bliss of "Willow's Walk".
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Jody's Freeze
Cat: JM 031. Rel: 13 Jul 04
Funk
  1. Jody's Freeze
  2. Let's Go (It's Summertime)
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Phase III (reissue)
Phase III (reissue) (180 gram audiophile vinyl LP)
Cat: JMANLP 109X. Rel: 12 Jun 19
Jazz
  1. Crazy Jane (7:00)
  2. On! (6:48)
  3. Les Neiges D'Antan (Snows Of Yesteryear) (5:20)
  4. Bath Sheba (9:00)
  5. Black Marigolds (13:14)
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Live
Live (LP)
Cat: JMANLP 110X. Rel: 12 Jun 19
Jazz
  1. On Track (8:12)
  2. Vignette (4:55)
  3. Pavanne (9:07)
  4. Nimjam (3:55)
  5. Voices (11:10)
  6. You've Said It (10:45)
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Change Is
Change Is (LP)
Cat: JMANLP 111X. Rel: 12 Jun 19
Jazz
  1. Elastic Dream (8:56)
  2. One Green Eye (7:40)
  3. Boy, Dog & Carrot (6:07)
  4. Cold Mountain (9:50)
  5. Black Hair (5:21)
  6. Mirage (8:56)
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Sketching The Unknown
Cat: JMANCD 116. Rel: 14 Nov 19
Jazz
  1. Almopian Etude
  2. Quadrum Waltz
  3. Sevenates
  4. Syncopatient
  5. Sketching The Unknown
Review: "Sketching The Unknown" is a terrific name for an album, particularly for a deep modal jazz set that aims to draw maximum influence from "the folk and modal music of ancient Greece". We're not knowledgeable enough on Greek musical traditions to say whether or not saxophonist Sokratis Votskos and his quartet have successfully accomplished that aim, but we can confirm that "Sketching The Unknown" is superb. Brilliantly arranged, played and produced with surprises around every corner, it's one of the boldest and inventive jazz sets we've heard for some time. There's no fusion antics, sampled hip-hop beats or modern studio trickery, just five high quality jazz cuts that sound like they will last the test of time.
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Sketching The Unknown
Sketching The Unknown (180 gram audiophile vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: JMANLP 116. Rel: 14 Nov 19
Jazz
  1. Almopian Etude (11:47)
  2. Quadrum Waltz (8:20)
  3. Sevenates (4:07)
  4. Syncopatient (5:38)
  5. Sketching The Unknown (9:14)
Review: "Sketching The Unknown" is a terrific name for an album, particularly for a deep modal jazz set that aims to draw maximum influence from "the folk and modal music of ancient Greece". We're not knowledgeable enough on Greek musical traditions to say whether or not saxophonist Sokratis Votskos and his quartet have successfully accomplished that aim, but we can confirm that "Sketching The Unknown" is superb. Brilliantly arranged, played and produced with surprises around every corner, it's one of the boldest and inventive jazz sets we've heard for some time. There's no fusion antics, sampled hip-hop beats or modern studio trickery, just five high quality jazz cuts that sound like they will last the test of time.
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Starcrost (reissue)
Cat: JMANCD 114. Rel: 20 Jun 19
Jazz
  1. False Paradise
  2. Catharsis
  3. Quicksand
  4. Grandfather Clock
  5. Flow
  6. Run (bonus track)
  7. Getting Going
  8. Funky Little Home
  9. Da Ba O
  10. I've Got A Plan
Review: For the 30th volume in the label's ongoing "holy grail" series of rare jazz reissues, Jazzman has once again mined the vaults of obscure Texan label Fable Records. Starcrost was a short-lived six-piece whose members included trumpeter Mike Mordecai, the man who founded Fable in part to get the band's music onto wax. Their self-titled 1975 debut album has long been a favorite of crate-digging jazz-funk and soul-jazz heads, so this reissue is long overdue. It features a mixture of sweet and soulful vocal numbers, solo-rich instrumental workouts and heady cuts that throw suitably spiritual influences to the band's fizzing, funk-fuelled take on mid '70s jazz.
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Austin Funk (reissue)
Cat: JMANCD 113. Rel: 27 Jun 19
Jazz
  1. Keep Your Eyes On Your Merchandise
  2. Love Is Not Such An Easy Game To Play
  3. Radiator
  4. Body Talk
  5. Funk 'N' Roll
  6. Since I Met You
  7. Ghetto Tool
  8. Groove Awhile
  9. Frozen Tundra Lady
Review: Over the last few weeks, Jazzman's ongoing "Holy Grail" reissue series has focused on obscure but in-demand albums from the Fable Records catalogue. The latest to get the deluxe reissue treatment is Steamheat's "Austin Funk", a 1975 set that's notably harder and funkier than the Texan label's usual jazz-funk fare. Of course, there are still plenty of jazz-funk flourishes to be found amongst the soulful vocals, crunchy clavinet lines, fast-tempo grooves and heady horn lines. Our picks include the low-down deep funk headiness of "Radiator", the fizzing brilliance of "Body Talk", the harmonic jazz guitar, horn and electronic piano solos of "Ghetto Tool" and the eyes-closed, in-the-zone madness of closing cut "Frozen Tundra Lady".
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Austin Funk (reissue)
Austin Funk (reissue) (limited numbered LP + insert)
Cat: JMANLP 113. Rel: 27 Jun 19
Funk
  1. Keep Your Eyes On Your Merchandise (3:16)
  2. Love Is Not Such An Easy Game To Play (3:14)
  3. Radiator (3:54)
  4. Body Talk (6:05)
  5. Funk 'N' Roll (2:59)
  6. Since I Met You (4:01)
  7. Ghetto Tool (2:29)
  8. Groove Awhile (4:11)
  9. Frozen Tundra Lady (3:30)
Review: Over the last few weeks, Jazzman's ongoing "Holy Grail" reissue series has focused on obscure but in-demand albums from the Fable Records catalogue. The latest to get the deluxe reissue treatment is Steamheat's "Austin Funk", a 1975 set that's notably harder and funkier than the Texan label's usual jazz-funk fare. Of course, there are still plenty of jazz-funk flourishes to be found amongst the soulful vocals, crunchy clavinet lines, fast-tempo grooves and heady horn lines. Our picks include the low-down deep funk headiness of "Radiator", the fizzing brilliance of "Body Talk", the harmonic jazz guitar, horn and electronic piano solos of "Ghetto Tool" and the eyes-closed, in-the-zone madness of closing cut "Frozen Tundra Lady".
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Spiritual Jazz 9: Blue Notes Parts 1 & 2
VARIOUS
Cat: JMANCD 103. Rel: 06 Jun 19
Jazz
  1. Bobby Hutcherson - "Verse"
  2. Pete La Roca - "Basra"
  3. Wayne Shorter - "Footprints"
  4. Elvin Jones - "At This Point In Time"
  5. Andrew Hill - "Poinsettia"
  6. Eddie Gale - "The Rain"
  7. Duke Pearson - "Empathy"
  8. Bobby Hutcherson - "Searchin' The Trane"
  9. Duke Pearson - "The Phantom"
  10. Freddie Hubbard - "Assunta"
  11. Joe Henderson - "El Barrio"
  12. Jackie McLean - "Plight"
  13. Duke Pearson - "Cristo Redentor"
  14. Wayne Shorter - "Indian Song"
  15. Hank Mobley - "The Morning After"
  16. Pete La Roca - "Malaguena"
  17. Freddie Hubbard - "Blue Spirits"
  18. Booker Ervin - "Gichi"
  19. Solomon Ilori - "Igbesi Aiye (Song Of Praise To God)"
Review: The latest instalment in Jazzman's "Spiritual Jazz" compilation series is something of an epic. It was initially released as two separate double vinyl compilations, but is here brought together on one two CD set. It's epic for a reason, though, as it explores the little known and under-celebrated spiritual gems lurking within Blue Note's vast catalogue. Given the staggeringly high quality throughout, picking a mere handful of highlights is tough. That said, we'd suggest checking the wide-eyed dreaminess of Duke Pearson's ambient-jazz cut "Cristo Redentor", the entrancing African drums of Solomon Ilori's "Igbesi Aiye (Song Of Praise To God)", the gentle breeze of Bobby Hutcherson's "Verse" and the "Rose Rouge" style grooves and heady chants of Eddie Gale's "The Rain".
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Fools Paradise Favorites: '50s & '60s Bop Slop & Schlock
VARIOUS
Cat: JMANCD 090. Rel: 01 Mar 18
Soul
  1. Premiers - "Shawnee"
  2. Al Katraz - "Charlie & The Bank Job"
  3. Jules Blattner - "500 Pound Canary"
  4. The Flock Rocker - "Chinese Rock & Roll"
  5. Bob Strauss - "Nameless"
  6. Hurricane Harry - "The Last Meal"
  7. Glenn Willings - "You Tarzan, Me Jane"
  8. Dick Summers - "The Goatee's Got To Go"
  9. The Bobby Borda Five - "Mad"
  10. And Now A Word From Our Sponsor
  11. The Renaults - "Rockin' With Joe"
  12. Wee Willie & The Soulettes - "Pulp Wood Charley"
  13. Billy Duke & The Dukes - "Roland"
  14. The Orbits - "Knock Her Down"
  15. Dan Kubiak - "Finding You"
  16. King Sid - "Unh Uh Baby"
  17. Arnie Ginsburg - "Pal Mal Rock"
  18. Sidney & Chimps - "Blah"
  19. The String Beans - "Stop Your Cryin'"
  20. And Now A Word From Our Sponsor
  21. Abel & The Starliners Combo - "Chicken Hop Twist"
  22. The Leopards - "Mah Mah Chicken Pot Pie"
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FORTHCOMING
Spiritual Jazz 13: Now Part 2
VARIOUS
Cat: JMANCD 127. Rel: 22 Jan 21
Jazz
  1. The Cosmic Range - "Palms To Heaven"
  2. Vibration Black Finger - "Empty Streets"
  3. Abeeku - "Slow Sweet Burn"
  4. Wildflower - "Flute Song"
  5. The Pyramids - "Memory Ritual"
  6. Steve Reid - "For Coltrane"
  7. Carla Marciano - "Trane's Groove"
  8. Angel Bat Dawid - "What Do I Tell My Children Who Are Black (Dr. Margaret Burroughs)"
  9. Menagerie - "Nova"
  10. Teemu Akerblom - "Avo's Tune"
  11. The Jamie Saft Quartet - "Vessels"
  12. Jonas Kullhammar - "Paris"
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Spiritual Jazz 11: SteepleChase: Esoteric Modal & Progressive Jazz From The Steeplechase Label 1974-84
  1. Mary Lou Williams - "Ode To Saint Cecile"
  2. Billy Gault - "The Time Of This World Is At Hand"
  3. Sam Jones - "Jean Marie"
  4. Rene McLean - "Aida"
  5. Jim McNeely - "Tipe Tizwe"
  6. Johnny Dyani - "Magwaza"
  7. Jackie McLean & Michael Carvin - "De I Comahlee Ah"
  8. Ken McIntyre - "Miss Priss"
  9. Khan Jamal - "Dark Warrior"
  10. Michael Carvin - "Naima"
Review: For the latest volume in their essential Spiritual Jazz compilation series - the eleventh overall - Jazzman has decided to take a trawl through the archives of Danish imprint SteepleChase, focusing specifically on "esoteric modal" and "progressive jazz" originally released between 1974 and '84. It's an impressively bright, breezy and crystal-clear affair - you can hear every cymbal hit, saxophone solo, piano note, snare and rim-shot in glorious clarity - with highlights appearing thick and fast throughout. Our current favourites include the haunting flutes, glistening guitar solos and skipping grooves of Rene McLean's "Aida", the hard-to-pigeonhole inventiveness and cross-cultural fusion of Jim McNeely's "Tipe Tizwe" and the vibraphone-laden up-tempo hustle of Khan Jamal's "Dark Warrior". That said, every track is superb, making this a must-have for spiritual jazz enthusiasts everywhere.
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FORTHCOMING
Spiritual Jazz 13: Now Part 1
VARIOUS
Cat: JMANLP 126. Rel: 22 Jan 21
Jazz
  1. Benjamin Herman - "Lizard Waltz"
  2. Idris Ackamoor & The Pyramids - "An Angel Fell"
  3. Nat Birchall - "The Black Ark"
  4. Chip Wickham - "Shamal Wind"
  5. Jimi Tenor & Kabukabu - "Suite Meets"
  6. Black Flower - "Winter"
  7. Darryl Yokley - "Echoes Of Ancient Sahara"
  8. Damon Locks Black Monument Ensemble - "Sounds Like Now"
  9. Oiro Pena - "Nimeton"
  10. Cat Toren - "Soul"
  11. Shabaka & The Ancestors - "Wisdom Of Elders"
  12. Makaya McCraven - "Gnawa"
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FORTHCOMING
Spiritual Jazz 13: Now Part 1
VARIOUS
Cat: JMANCD 126. Rel: 22 Jan 21
Jazz
  1. Benjamin Herman - "Lizard Waltz"
  2. Idris Ackamoor & The Pyramids - "An Angel Fell"
  3. Nat Birchall - "The Black Ark"
  4. Chip Wickham - "Shamal Wind"
  5. Jimi Tenor & Kabukabu - "Suite Meets"
  6. Black Flower - "Winter"
  7. Darryl Yokley - "Echoes Of Ancient Sahara"
  8. Damon Locks Black Monument Ensemble - "Sounds Like Now"
  9. Oiro Pena - "Nimeton"
  10. Cat Toren - "Soul"
  11. Shabaka & The Ancestors - "Wisdom Of Elders"
  12. Makaya McCraven - "Gnawa"
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FORTHCOMING
Spiritual Jazz 13: Now Part 2
VARIOUS
Cat: JMANLP 127. Rel: 22 Jan 21
Jazz
  1. The Cosmic Range - "Palms To Heaven"
  2. Vibration Black Finger - "Empty Streets"
  3. Abeeku - "Slow Sweet Burn"
  4. Wildflower - "Flute Song"
  5. The Pyramids - "Memory Ritual"
  6. Steve Reid - "For Coltrane"
  7. Carla Marciano - "Trane's Groove"
  8. Angel Bat Dawid - "What Do I Tell My Children Who Are Black (Dr. Margaret Burroughs)"
  9. Menagerie - "Nova"
  10. Teemu Akerblom - "Avo's Tune"
  11. The Jamie Saft Quartet - "Vessels"
  12. Jonas Kullhammar - "Paris"
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Can You See What I'm Trying To Say
Can You See What I'm Trying To Say (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: JMANLP 121. Rel: 18 Jun 20
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Empty Streets (4:56)
  2. Adrianna (0:49)
  3. Gutkind's Dream (0:28)
  4. Acting For Liberation (part 1) (11:02)
  5. Law Of The Universe (0:36)
  6. Can You See What I'm Trying To Say (3:52)
  7. Acting For Liberation (part 2) (1:29)
  8. Persia & Cornelius (3:26)
  9. The Glory (4:40)
  10. Soul Fire (3:05)
  11. Twelve Wire Byrd (0:59)
  12. Only In A Dream (7:46)
Review: Lascelle 'Lascelles' Gordon is the creative powerhouse behind Vibration Black Finger, and once again here he excels on a second album that furthers his magnificent jazz sound. Obscure spiritual sounds of the 70s are the melting pot from which he mostly draws, with plenty of like-minded collaborates all contributing their own skills to the mix. Collective empowerment and personal development all enrich the album and its progressive message, and it was all put together from old ideas on tapes and DATs that he had worked on over the years. Instrumental segues stitch together the thoughtful vocal pieces and moments of real gusto help it stick long in the memory.
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Can You See What I'm Trying To Say
Cat: JMANLCD 121. Rel: 18 Jun 20
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Empty Streets
  2. Adrianna
  3. Gutkind's Dream
  4. Acting For Liberation (part 1)
  5. Law Of The Universe
  6. Can You See What I'm Trying To Say
  7. Acting For Liberation (part 2)
  8. Persia & Cornelius
  9. The Glory
  10. Soul Fire
  11. Twelve Wire Byrd
  12. Only In A Dream
Review: Former Brand New Heavies founder member Lascelles Gordon has delivered some of his most inspiring work since launching the jazz-focused Vibration Black Finger project in 2016. Each release to date has been superb, with the producer/percussionist being joined by a rotating cast of top-quality musicians, vocalists and collaborators. Sophomore set "Can You See What I'm Trying To Say" is, in our humble opinion, his strongest release to date: an inspired, imaginative collection of compositions rooted in obscure 1970s spiritual jazz but also informed by dub, post-punk, free-jazz, 23 Skidoo and smoky trip-hop. Throw in a swathe of field recordings used to add texture and atmosphere, and you have a stunning album that should be on everyone's shopping list.
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I'll Remember
Cat: JMANCD 123. Rel: 03 Sep 20
Jazz
  1. Poem For Anna
  2. Penny Whistle Montuna
  3. Yours Alone
  4. Afro Latin Junto II
  5. Root Flute
  6. Blue Flute
  7. The Bob White Bird
  8. Echoes
  9. Dandelion Wine
  10. Blue Cha Cha
  11. I'll Remember Clover
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Sipote
Sipote (7")
Cat: JMAN 090. Rel: 10 May 12
Jazz
  1. Sipote
  2. Suite
Review: Born on the French Island of Martinique, Louis Xavier later settled in France where he discovered the freedom of jazz, and an idea to mix his influences into a global melting pot of sound. He formed his band (Synchro Rhythmic Eclectic Language) in Paris in the early '70s, making music that was both spiritual and eclectic for its time. Both tracks are jazz in essence but with instrumental funky rhythms infused with intricate percussion and electric keys.
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