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ESP-Disk Five Recording Bundle

Giveaway Music: ESP-Disk Five Recording Bundle

Prize: Five new and classic ESP-Disk' album bundle. Winner's choice of CDs or downloads.

Eligible Winners: 5

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As ESP-Disk' prepares to release its eagerly awaited two-CD Whit Dickey album Morph, we invite fans to look back on our history—not only the label's legendary 1964-75 heyday, but also the fruitful period since its revival in 2005. Already familiar with heyday stars such as Albert Ayler and Sun Ra? Choose, if you win, one of the bundles featuring releases from the past five years. Already well-stocked with the recent releases you've read about on All About Jazz, but eager to catch up on the classics? Pick one of the bundles featuring luminaries from ESP's glory days. All bundles include the ESP sampler Fire Music.

The Albert Ayler bundle
Spiritual Unity
Live at Hilversum
Spirits Rejoice
Live on the Riviera
Various Artists: Fire Music (ESP sampler)

The Matthew Shipp bundle
Ivo Perelman/Matthew Shipp/William Parker/Bobby Kapp: Ineffable Joy
Matthew Shipp/Mat Walerian: The Uppercut: Live at Okuden
Matthew Shipp: Zero
Megumi Yonezawa/Masa Kamaguchi/Ken Kobayashi: Boundary, with liner notes by Matthew Shipp
Various Artists: Fire Music (ESP sampler)

The Classic ESPs bundle
Burton Greene: On Tour
Bud Powell: Live at the Blue Note Cafe, Paris 1961
Milford Graves Percussion Ensemble: s/t
Sun Ra: Concert for the Comet Kohoutek
Various Artists: Fire Music (ESP sampler)

The Recent Releases bundle
Amina Baraka & the Red Microphone: s/t
Thollem McDonas/Fay Victor/Cooper-Moore/Jeff Lederer/Ed Petterson etc.: The Happening
Peter Lemer Quintet feat. John Surman: Son of Local Colour
Alan Sondheim/Edward Schneider/Chris Diasparra: Cutting Board
Various Artists: Fire Music (ESP sampler)

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