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Spiritual Jazz 9: Blue Notes Parts 1 & 2

Label: Jazzman Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: CD1: Verse; Basra; Footprints; At This Point In Time; Poinsetta; The Rain; Empathy; Searchin’ The Trane; The Phantom; Assunta. CD2: El Barrio; Plight ; Cristo Redentor; Indian Song; The Morning After; Malaguena; Blue Spirits; Gichi; Igbesi Aiye (Song Of Praise to God).

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Live Without Fear

Label: Jazzman Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: Disc 1 Side 1 : Children’s Song; Ritual. Disc 1 Side 2: Bright Tune. Disc 2 Side 1: Father Spirit Mother Love; Rasta. Disc 2 Side 2: Soul Flower; Live Without Fear.

Album

Obeah Man

Label: Jazzman Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: A Side: Obeah Man. B Side: Seeking.

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The Storyteller: A Musical Tribute To Yusef Lateef

Label: Jazzman Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: Tales Of Saba; Ching Miau; Love Theme From Spartacus; Mashariki; Morning; Ringo Oiwake; Brother John; Willow’s Walk; Not Yet Ornette; Inward Flight; Salaam Brother Yusef.

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Nat Birchall: The Storyteller: A Musical Tribute To Yusef Lateef

Read "The Storyteller: A Musical Tribute To Yusef Lateef" reviewed by Chris May


The deification of Yusef Lateef, which began only after his passing in 2013, rests on the first decade of his long recording career, from 1957—1967, when he extended the language of jazz to include elements of Asian and Middle Eastern musics while recording for Savoy, Prestige and Impulse. After a second decade with Atlantic, where he ...

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Nat Birchall: Obeah Man

Read "Obeah Man" reviewed by Chris May


Welcome to the latest analog-era time warp... the vinyl revival has rebirthed the 45rpm seven-inch jazz single. The format faded away in the 1960s. Even back then, chart hits such as Stan Getz's “Desafinado" (Verve, 1962) were freak events, but before the coming of album playing FM radio stations, an edited version of an album track ...

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Infinite Spirit Music: Live Without Fear

Read "Live Without Fear" reviewed by Chris May


Britain's Jazzman Records has form when it comes to spiritual jazz. Its series Spiritual Jazz: Modal, Esoteric and Deep Jazz, now one release away from its tenth volume, has made accessible again some of the most worthwhile but near-lost African American music of the 1970s. The label also supports modern day British musicians. Stand out home-grown ...

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Various Artists: Spiritual Jazz 9: Blue Notes Parts 1 & 2

Read "Spiritual Jazz 9: Blue Notes Parts 1 & 2" reviewed by Chris May


The ninth volume in Jazzman's Spiritual Jazz series is a 2 x CD (and 2 x double LP) compilation from the Blue Note catalogue. Just over half the material was recorded between 1964 and 1966, the final years during which the label was steered by Alfred Lion and Francis Wolff and when the go-to engineer was ...

Album

Cosmic Language

Label: Jazzman Records
Released: 2018
Track listing: Man From Varanasi; Humility; A Prayer For; Dervish.

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The Complete Lansdowne Recordings 1965-1969 (Vinyl box set)

Label: Jazzman Records
Released: 2018
Track listing: Shades Of Blue: Blue Mosque; Latin Blue; Just Blue; Sailin’; Garrison “64; Blue Doom; Shades Of Blue; Big City Strut.
Dusk Fire: Ruth; Tan Samfu; Jubal; Spooks; Prayer; Hot Rod; Dusk Fire.
Phase III: Crazy Jane; On!; Les Neiges D”Antan; Bath Sheba; Black Marigolds.
Live: On Track; Vignette; Pavanne; Nimjam; Voices; You’ve Said It.
Change Is: Elastic Dream; One Green Eye; Boy, Dog And Carrot; Cold Mountain; Black Hair; Mirage.


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