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Four Weeks: Broken Beat/Nu Jazz

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Spiritual Jazz 13: Now Part 1
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Cat: JMANCD 126. Rel: 21 Jan 21
  1. Benjamin Herman - "Lizard Waltz"
  2. Idris Ackamoor & The Pyramids - "An Angel Fell"
  3. Nat Birchall - "The Black Ark"
  4. Chip Wickham - "Shamal Wind"
  5. Jimi Tenor & Kabukabu - "Suite Meets"
  6. Black Flower - "Winter"
  7. Darryl Yokley' Sound Reformation - "Echoes Of Ancient Sahara"
  8. Damon Locks Black Monument Ensemble - "Sounds Like Now"
  9. Oiro Pena - "Nimeton"
  10. Cat Toren's Human Kind - "Soul"
  11. Shabaka & The Ancestors - "Wisdom Of Elders"
  12. Makaya McCraven - "Gnawa"
Review:  While previous instalments of Jazzman's essential Spiritual Jazz series have focused on killer cuts and rare gems from the past (specifically material recorded between the 1950s and '80s), the thirteenth volume shines a light on what's happening right now. It's stretched across two double-albums, with this first part hitting spot from the word go. The collection's greatest strength is how it manages to represent the many different directions that spiritual jazz has gone in the 21st century. For proof, compare and contrast the drowsy, bluesy and smoky 'Lizard Waltz' by Benjamin Herman, the jazz psychedelia of Idris Ackmoor and the Pyramids' 'An Angel Fell', the Latin lounge-jazz flex of Jimi Tenor and Kabukabu's 'Suite Meets' and the low-down, bass-driven brilliance of Gnawa' by drummer-turned-beatmaker Maya McCracken.
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Spiritual Jazz 13: Now Part 2
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Cat: JMANCD 127. Rel: 21 Jan 21
  1. The Cosmic Range - "Palms To Heaven"
  2. Vibration Black Finger - "Empty Streets"
  3. Abeeku - "Slow Sweet Burn"
  4. Wildflower - "Flute Song"
  5. The Pyramids - "Memory Ritual"
  6. Steve Reid Foundation - "For Coltrane"
  7. Carla Marciano - "Trane's Groove"
  8. Angel Bat Dawid - "What Do I Tell My Children Who Are Black (Dr Margaret Burroughs)"
  9. Menagerie - "Nova"
  10. Teemu Akerblom Quartet - "Avo's Tune"
  11. The Jamie Saft Quartet - "Vessels"
  12. Jonas Kullhammar - "Paris"
Review: While previous instalments of Jazzman's essential Spiritual Jazz series have focused on killer cuts and rare gems from the past (specifically material recorded between the 1950s and '80s), the thirteenth volume shines a light on what's happening right now. This second part (of two) successfully showcases the best of the contemporary scene, showcasing cuts from around the world that neatly encapsulate the breadth and diversity of 21st century spiritual jazz. The plentiful highlights include the exotic, Eastern-tinged spiritualism of Wildflower's 'Flute Song', the futurist jazz-funk deepness of Steve Reid's 'For Coltrane', the layered vocals and acoustic instrumentation of Angel Bat Dawid's 'What Should I Tell My Children Who Are Black' and the sparkling, sun-soaked positivity of 'Nova' by Menagerie.
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