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Windows

Label: WEWANTSOUNDS
Released: 2018
Track listing: Side A: Windows; Naima; Canzona. Side B: Pinocchio; Red Clay; Song For The Last Act.

Home Boy, Sister Out

Label: WEWANTSOUNDS
Released: 2018
Track listing: Call Me; Treat Your Lady Right; Butterfly Friend; I Walk; Art Deco; Rappin' Recipe; Reggae To The High Tower; Alphabet City; Bamako Love; Kick (single version); Rappin' Recipe (instrumental); Benoego; Initiation (demo); Treat Your Lady Right (bim bam bom).

Windows

Label: WEWANTSOUNDS
Released: 2018
Track listing: A-Side: Windows; Naima; Canzona. B-Side: Pinocchio; Red Clay; Song For The Last Act.

Innerpeace: Rare Spiritual Funk And Jazz Gems

Label: WEWANTSOUNDS
Released: 2018
Track listing: In The Back, In The Corner, In The Dark (Harold Land); Senyah (Roy Haynes); Iron Jaws (Charles Williams); Inner Peace (Buddy Terry); Cigar Eddie (Hadley Caliman); Requiem For Dusty (Frank Foster); Mebakush (Pete Yellin); B.C. (Dave Hubbard); Love Song (Sonny Red); Libra’s Longing (LaMont Johnson); Infinity (Shelley Manne).

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Jack Wilkins: Windows

Read "Windows" reviewed by Chris May

Guitarist Jack Wilkins' debut on producer Bob Shad's Mainstream label lay gathering dust for almost forty-five years before being reissued on CD by Solid Records in 2017. That disc, and now WeWantSounds' 2018 vinyl edition, have restored to general circulation an album that can be filed alongside such mid-twentieth century jazz-guitar gems as Johnny Smith's Moonlight ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Various Artists: Innerpeace: Rare Spiritual Funk And Jazz Gems

Read "Innerpeace: Rare Spiritual Funk And Jazz Gems" reviewed by Chris May

It took a few years for producer Bob Shad's newly formed Mainstream Records to nail its direction in the 1960s. A less than auspicious start was releasing the first singles by the latter-day Trump-boosting halfwit Ted Nugent. A better move, given hindsight, was releasing the debut album by Janis Joplin's Big Brother & The Holding Company. ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Buddy Terry: Awareness

Read "Awareness" reviewed by Chris May

Strictly niche in 2018, and on the margins even during his early 1970s heyday, New Jersey's Buddy Terry was among the cohort of soul-jazz musicians who, inspired by the rise of the black consciousness movement in the late 1960s, elected to recalibrate and repurpose their music. The new aesthetic became known as freedom jazz (and, later, ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Don Cherry: Home Boy, Sister Out

Read "Home Boy, Sister Out" reviewed by Chris May

Don Cherry was in the vanguard of not one, but two uprisings which changed the face of jazz. He pioneered both the free-jazz revolution of the late 1950s and early 1960s, and the world-jazz movement of the 1970s. Home Boy, Sister Out, first released on the French label Barclay in 1985 and reissued in summer 2018 ...

Awareness

Label: WEWANTSOUNDS
Released: 1971
Track listing: Awareness (Suite: Omnipotence, Babylon, Unity, Umility); Kamili; Stealin’ Gold; Sodom & Gomorrah; Abscretions; Babylon (7” edit); Stealin’ Gold (7” edit).


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