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Le Temps Fou : The Music Of Marion Brown

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Guadeloupean pianist Jonathon Jurion explores the legacy of American saxophonist Marion Brown, a cult figure whose time in Paris left an indelible mark on the French Jazz scene. The session blends traditional Ka drums and the exceptional double bass of Michel Alibo with Jonathan’s piano to bring a percussive Caribbean reading of Brown’s diverse repertoire.

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1. Sweet Earth Flying
2. Capricorn Moon
3. Le Temps Fou
4. A Children's Tale Mood
Side 2
1. Once Upon A Time (A Children's Tale)
2. La Placita
3. Part 1.1: Magic Brown
4. Bismillahi 'Rrahmani' Rrahim

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Timbuktu: The Music Of Randy Weston

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Elder statesman of Malian music Cheick Tidiane Seck sends an Afro Jazz prayer to his friend and colleague Randy Weston over a double LP, propelling his Pan-African vision into the future over a sea of soulful piano and complex percussion. Cheikh envisaged the session as a kind of musical banquet, inviting guests including Manu Dibango and Abd Al Malik to the table to pay tribute to Randy Weston’s composi- tions, blending disparate musical traditions and experiences into a collective eulogy.

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Side 1
1. Tanjah
2. Ganawa (Blue Moses) (Rhodes version)
Side 2
1. Timbuktu (feat Manu Dibango)
2. In Memory Of
Side 3
1. African Cookbook (feat Manu Dibango)
Side 4
1. Niger Mambo
2. Mr Randy

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Mahakali: The Music Of Don Cherry

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Electro Funk trailblazer Gary Gritness re-imagines Don Cherry’s late 70s and early 80s experiments through a synthed-out prism, reworking the standard jazz trio format into synth, saxophone and analogue drum machine for a one-take live session featuring a guest appearance from Malian kora maestro Ballake Sissoko.

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1. Karmapa Chenno
2. Universal Mother (feat Ballake Sissoko)
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1. Degi Degi
2. Mahakali
3. Malkauns

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Don't Buy Ivory Anymore! The Music Of Henri Texier

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Lyon-based psychedelic jazz outfit Palm Unit follow up their recent tribute to Jef Gilson on the Supersonic Jazz label by highlighting the revolutionary side of French Jazz figurehead Henri Texier and his fascination with different folkloric traditions from around the world. The session stands as something of an ecological manifesto, recycling Henri’s original com- positions with new settings and arrangements, preserving Henri’s worldview but adding a dense textural base that pushes the session into more cosmic territory.Don’t Buy Ivory Anymore!

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1. Amir
2. Homme Rouge
3. Les La Bas
4. Simone Signoret
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1. Le Piroguier
2. Mad Nomad
3. Don't Buy Ivory Anymore!
4. La Companera

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Nakara Percussions

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Hypnotic percussion tracks and organic soundscapes drawing on Africa, Asian, Indian & South American traditions, recorded deep in the French countryside in 1984.Komos Records are proud to present the first-time reissue of a cult French private press rarity at the intersection of jazz, percussion and experimental sounds.Founded by long-time friends Gerard Kurdjian and Stéphane Olivier alongside compatriot Christian Berthier in 1983, Nakara Percussions was a trio from the south of France, fascinated with percussion instruments, rhythms and textures from across the world.Steeped in Jazz and ethnographic recordings, the trio designed and built their own instruments and played across the South of France throughout the 80s, recording a single album in the tiny village of Alliens in 1984.Self-produced and mainly sold at gigs, the record reflects the inquisitive, experimental approach of the group and has become a cult album among DJs and music lovers for its blend of complex rhythms and organic soundscapes, taking in everything from Brazilian batucada to Indian tabla rhythms by way of West African thumb pianos and the drums of the Maghreb.The track “Balimba” has become a dancefloor classic, finding a home in the sets of open-minded techno DJs as well as on the jazz dance and tropical scenes.Press kit contains interviews with Gerard and Stéphane and vintage band and concert photos.

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1. Awa Mama
2. Balimba
3. Kainte
4. Kompaa
5. Le Pont D'la Riviere
Side 2
1. Elixir
2. Honky Vahea
3. Desert
4. Boutout Balata
5. N'Djole

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Diom Futa

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Remastered from the original master tapes by Frank Merritt at the Carvery, London

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1. Sunflowers
2. Dream Drums
Side 2
1. Diom Futa
2. Black Snow

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