A dip in the archive

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In a slight change from the usual new music dominated shows a reflective trawl through my jazz collection with a few handpicked gems from my favourite artists...


  • John Coltrane "Africa" from Africa/Brass (Impulse) 00:00
  • Eric Dolphy "Alone Together" from Musical Prophet -The Expanded 1963 New York Studio Sessions (Resonance) 16:56
  • Ornette Coleman "Comme Il Faut" from Crisis (ABC/Impulse) 31:09
  • Miles Davis "Mtume" from Get Up With It (Columbia) 46:00
  • Joe Henderson "Ask Me Now" from An Evening With Joe Henderson (Red Record) 1:01:58
  • Charles Mingus "Orange Was The Color Of Her Dress, Then Silk Blue" from Changes Two (Atlantic) 1:16:34
  • Dave Holland Big Band "Bring It On" from Overtime (Dare Records) 1:34:38
  • Dave Douglas "My Cares are Down Below / The Pigeon and the Pie" from Live Fall 2013 (Greenleaf) 1:47:30

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