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Andy Bey : Experience And Judgment – Speakers Corner 180g Vinyl

£29.95
This Speakers Corner LP was remastered using pure analogue components only, from the master tapes through to the cutting head.
This album inspired numerous jazz singers, including Gregory Porter. Jamie Cullum says: »What I love about Andy Bey is that he creates an atmosphere. As soon as he opens his mouth, you’re transported to another place.«
 

Fred Wesley: A Blow For Me, A Toot To You- Speakers Corner 180g Vinyl

£29.95
This Speakers Corner LP was remastered using pure analogue components only, from the master tapes through to the cutting head.
Thanks to their first-class training in funk and soul while playing in James Brown’s Band, Fred Wesley and Maceo Parker were the obvious choice when it came to participating in George Clinton’s P-Funk empire – the Godfather of Soul had had an enormous influence on Clinton anyway.
   

Ornette Coleman – The Shape Of Jazz To Come – Speakers Corner 180g Vinyl

£35.00
It was John Lewis, pianist of the Modern Jazz Quartet, who brought Ornette Coleman to the renowned Atlantic label, having heard him play in Los Angeles. »Ornette Coleman is doing the only really new thing in jazz …« he reportedly said. The present initial Atlantic album was released just in time to coincide with the New York debut of the Coleman Quartet in November 1959. Lewis was sure that Coleman would open up new paths for jazz, and his opinion is reflected in the title of the album – "The Shape Of Jazz To Come".