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  1. John Keating, Space Experience. Columbia ‎– EMI (Australia) Limited ‎ Q4 TWO.393, Quadraphonic, Australia 1972 This one cover the bases: : Space-Age, Soul-Jazz, Jazz-Funk, Experimental!
  2. Hugh Masekela, Greatest Hits. Columbia ‎- Sony Jazz ‎– CDCOL 8138 South Africa 2000.
  3. Flora Purim, Butterfly Dreams. Milestone M-9052, Original Jazz Classics ‎ OJCCD-315-2 CD, Reissue US 1987. Credits Acoustic Guitar – David Amaro Arranged By – Flora Purim (tracks: A3), George Duke (tracks: B1), Stanley Clarke (tracks: A1, A2, A4, B2 to B4) Art Direction, Photography By, Design – Tony Lane (2) Bass – Stanley Clarke Clavinet – George Duke Drums – Airto Moreira Electric Bass – Stanley Clarke Electric Guitar – David Amaro Electric Piano – George Duke Engineer – Jim Stern
  4. Chet Baker, Broken Wing. Gitanes Jazz Productions ‎– 013 043-2 Jazz In Paris – 8 CD, Album, Reissue, Remastered, Digipak France 2001. Monument(al)! A must listen for Chet Baker fans & jazz lovers in general. it is a studio album, recorded in Paris in December 1978.
  5. Mark Mulcahy, Love's The Only Thing That Shuts Me Up. Mezzotint ‎ CD, Mini-Album US 2005.
  6. Bill Evans Trio, Waltz For Debby. Riverside Records ‎ RCD-9399-2 CD, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue, Remastered, US 2000.
  7. Henri Peipman, Virmalised - jazz foorum featuring Brian Melvin. U.L.A. Jazz ‎0000 CD, Estonia 2005. Virmalised = northern lights in Estonian.
  8. Guy Clark, ‎ The Dark. Sugar Hill Records ( SUG-CD-1070 US 2002. Good evening alt. Country fans, just going through unplayed CDs when I found Tex, Don & Charlie (posted on the other 'channel', as I saw the Cruel Sea on currently spinning) & this Guy Clark. It is a radio station promo copy & has the Sugar Hill album release promo notes, I was intending to add it to discogs, until we had a potential gas leak, so will try & put a copy of the blurb sheet on here, soonish if anyone is interested?
  9. Tex, Don And Charlie, All Is Forgiven. Universal Music Australia ‎ 9873330 CD, Digipak Australasia 2005.
  10. Wes Montgomery, Talkin' Verve: Roots Of Acid Jazz. Verve Records ‎ 529 580-2 CD, Compilation, Reissue Europe. Bit rich to blame Wes for acid jazz... Sonny Rollins Quartet, ‎ Tenor Madness. Prestige OJC20 124-2, ‎CD,, Remastered, Digipak Europe. Double tenor sax treat Anne Sofie Von Otter, Bach. Archiv Produktion ‎ 00289 477 7467, Digipac Europe 2009. Divine Bach.
  11. Yes it is a great version. I was implying that a couple of the tracks such as Girl from Ipanema are a bit ordinary & her voice is at times as raspy as Billie Holiday's last recordings for Columbia (Lady in Satin).
  12. Various, Latin Jazz. Putumayo World Music ‎ PUT 265-2 CD, Compilation, UK, Europe & US 2007. Grammar aside, some of the happiest music on the planet. Tracklist 1 –Machito With Cannonball Adderley Congo Mulence 2 –Poncho Sanchez El Sabroson 3 –Tómas Einarsson* Rumdrum 4 –Tito Puente Cha Cha Cha
  13. Jacques Loussier, 1960, Play Bach Nº2. Decca ‎ 157 562-2 CD, Reissue, Remastered, Digipak Europe 2000.
  14. Amy Winehouse, ‎ Lioness: Hidden Treasures. Lioness Records ‎– 2790333 CD, Australasia 2011. hidden treasures, diamonds & rust perhaps?
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