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Cat: GP 712013. Rel: 25 Jun 13
  1. On My Way To Harlem (Jazz & Cole edit)
  2. 1960 What ? (Jazz & Cole edit)
Review: A modern day Scott-Heron, without the myriad of demons on his back, Grammy-nominated jazz singer Porter has such a distinctive voice, charm and band command. He clearly lends himself well to edit culture (as proved by the huge success of the many "1960 What?" versions in recent years) and this 7" from Expansion is no exception. "On My Way To Harlem" is straight up narrative jazz with fantastic attention paid to the subtle samba and solemn horns. "1960 What?" speaks for itself; far more authentic to the original than the other versions that have popped up, if you've not already got a favourite edit - Jazz & Cole have the answer.
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  1. Jose Prates - "Nana Imboro" (4:28)
  2. Wroblewski Jazz Quintet - "Nana Imboro" (3:15)
Review: The 62nd single in Mr Bongo's long-running Brazil 45s series is notable for containing Jose Prates' "Nana Imboro", a deep, hypnotic and intoxicating samba cut that was initially recorded and released way back in 1958. Relatively slow and steady by samba standards, its chanted refrain is thought to be the inspiration for Jorge Ben's much better known "Mas Que Nada". Wisely, Mr Bongo has backed Prates' sublime original with a 1960 cover by obscure Polish outfit Wroblewski Jazz Quintet. This dispenses with the chanting, instead increasing the number of intertwined horn parts. Given that original copies of the rare Polish EP it first appeared on will set you back serious money, it's great to see this fine cover included here.
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Cat: TRA 033. Rel: 04 Jul 18
  1. In The Present (5:35)
  2. The Time (5:09)
Review: It's been a long time between drinks for Present Sense, a Finnish combo helmed by experienced jazz bassist Jarno Lappalainen. Research confirms that the previous Pressent Sense single landed way back in 2004. For this return to the studio, American jazz vocalist Dean Bowman has joined in the fun. His Gregory Porter style vocals seemingly soar above the band's lilting, emotion-rich jazz on A-side "In The Present", with each musician getting solo space in the track's magical final moments. Turn to the B-side for "The Time", a more up-tempo jazz workout full of alternating horn solos and superb double bass playing by Lappalainen.
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Alben
The New Breed (LP with obi strip + insert)
Cat: IARC 0009. Rel: 04 Jan 17
  1. Exclusive Life (7:40)
  2. Para Ha Tay (3:47)
  3. Here Comes Ezra (4:22)
  4. Visions (0:51)
  5. Jrifted (7:46)
  6. How Fun It Is To Year Whip (4:39)
  7. Get Dressed (3:48)
  8. Cliche (4:06)
Review: While moving from his long-term home Chicago to Los Angeles a few years back, Tortoise member Jeff Parker rediscovered a swathe of old home recordings - "beat projects" built around samples of dusty old jazz tracks. These became the starting point for New Breed, his most expansive solo album for some time. Full of his usual loose and evocative jazz guitar, the set sits somewhere between lo-fi post-rock/jazz fusion, experimental hip-hop, and softly spun electronica. Regardless of style, it's a hugely evocative and entertaining collection of tracks.
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Cat: RSVPLP 1780. Rel: 13 Oct 07
  1. Brother Will
  2. A Hybrid Situation
  3. Paunetto's Point 2
  4. In Time's Time
  5. Sognord
  6. Fenway Funk
  7. Osiris
  8. Heavy On The Bacon
Review: "Paunetto's Point", by Bobby Vince Paunetto, is a landmark in seventies Latin and jazz music. Easily one of the most unique voices of his generation, Bobby's got an approach to melody that's all tied up in the rhythms - one that has most of the instruments in the group vamping along with the grooves, while solos take off in wonderful flights that soar to the skies on waves of sound and soul. Don't miss this historical slab of wax.
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Jazz Semai (remastered) (gatefold 180 gram vinyl LP + 4 page insert)
Cat: R45R 000151. Rel: 20 Dec 16
  1. Sister (3:00)
  2. Memories (4:10)
  3. Fun (5:12)
  4. I Saw Ali (5:27)
  5. Village Road (3:49)
  6. Brother (3:08)
  7. Desires (4:47)
  8. Sounds Of Dream (5:01)
  9. Mourning (4:28)
  10. Jazz Semai (4:06)
Review: Not to get all emotional and stuff but, as some of you may already know, Jazz Semai is officially the first jazz album to get recorded in Turkey. The 1978 juggernaut is a collector's item, seemingly impossible to find in its original format, so it's kind of a big deal that Rainbow 45 have managed to find the rights and press up some new vinyl copies for us all - a true xmas present! The infamous Erol Pakcan leads on drums, Tuna Otenel resides all over the pianos, and Kudret Oztoprak delivers the bass and extra percussive wonder. Together, these three conjured what is a beautifully diverse and playful jazz LP, full of twists and corners, subtle Turkish influences, but also plenty of sounds and styles adopted from the American school of thought. All in all, it's a special and important album, both musically, historically, and politically. Don't miss it.
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Cat: FSRLP 120. Rel: 26 Oct 17
  1. Rules (feat Omar) (3:12)
  2. You Know Who You Are (4:51)
  3. Darker Than The Blue (feat Omar) (3:20)
  4. Rivers Of Blood (5:33)
  5. In Another Time (feat Omar) (3:18)
  6. The Morning After The Night Before (4:52)
  7. A Change Is Sure To Come (4:26)
  8. How Many More (6:28)
  9. Butterfly (feat Omar) (3:57)
  10. A Word To The Wise (1:16)
Review: Few have done more to popularize British jazz than Courtney Pine. Since bursting onto the scene 30 years ago, he's delivered a swathe of fine albums, many of which have crossed over into the mainstream. His latest full-length excursion, Black Notes From The Deep, has the potential to be big, too. As well as including a range of traditionalist jazz compositions - most of which are laidback and put Pine's mazy sax solos front and centre - the album boasts fusion tracks inspired by hip-hop and broken beat. Old friend and long-serving British soul man Omar makes a number of guest appearances, with the snappy, beautiful and breakbeat-driven cover of Herbie Hancock's "Butterfly" standing out.
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Cat: GONDLP 022. Rel: 10 May 18
  1. Double Space (2:49)
  2. Index (3:51)
  3. Unrest (5:16)
  4. In Where We Meet (1:23)
  5. View From A Satellite (5:10)
  6. Celestial Wife (3:56)
  7. Reflected In Neon (2:20)
  8. Dust (4:45)
  9. Berlin (2:04)
Review: This has sort of taken us by surprise but, yes, here you are, a' new Portico Quartet album! The British outfit have grown and grown since their early releases back in 2006, seemingly ahead of their time at every turn, and a new release from them is always seen as a breath of fresh air around Juno HQ. Jack Wyllie, Duncan Bellamy, Milo Fitzpatrick and Keir Vine return to Matthew Halsall's Gondwana Records, out of Manchester, with the trippy, explorative sounds of Untitled (AITAOA #2). Jazz doesn't really describe it fully enough, and ambient is way too loose a word for this smart and complex medley of harmonies, but those are precisely the first things you hear when Portico Quartet hit you speakers. Plenty of rhythm, energy and even a little bit of dread go into making this an experience from start to finish. Recommended!
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  1. News From Verona
  2. (Something's Going Down On) Zavodovski Island
  3. Knee Deep In The North Sea
  4. Too Many Cooks
  5. Steps In The Wrong Direction
  6. Monsoon: Top To Bottom
  7. The Kon Tiki Expedition
  8. Cittagazze
  9. Pompidou
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Storia E Preistoria (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: GALAXY 002. Rel: 27 Feb 17
  1. Nasce La Storia (2:30)
  2. Millenni (3:35)
  3. Millenni (3:19)
  4. Vestale (4:48)
  5. Danza Arcaica (1:25)
  6. Arp Prelude (2:51)
  7. Saga (2:26)
  8. Fauni E Ninfe (4:32)
  9. Evocazione (1:53)
  10. Buccheri (2:34)
  11. Mitologia (2:01)
  12. Pagus (1:41)
  13. Archeologia Sottomarina (4:02)
  14. Bosco Sacro (1:49)
  15. Buccheri (0:59)
  16. Pagus (1:21)
Review: Esteemed composer Piero Umiliani released scores of music in his lifetime from the famous to the obscure, but his forays into jazz continue to be a delight for diggers the world over. Here Galaxy present Storia E Prehistoria, recorded under his alias Rovi and originally released in 1972. It's a stirring collection of music that touches on soundtrack themes throughout, capturing the sound of the era impeccably while sporting Umiliani's inimitable touch in the same breath. The album is full of sumptuous orchestrations of brass, keys, harp and more besides, each piece loaded with romance and cool as could only come from Italy.
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