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Happiness Is Takin' Care Of Natural Business Dig?! (reissue)
Happiness Is Takin' Care Of Natural Business Dig?! (reissue) (180 gram vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: JMANLP 135. Rel: 29 Jun 23
 
Jazz
Zaltanica (8:14)
The Magi (7:23)
Kuba! (7:27)
Poor Me (6:26)
Bronson's Blues (8:16)
Rolon's Groove (6:23)
Review: First released back in 1967 on the Touche label and impossible to find on vinyl ever since, Happiness Is Taking Care of Business, Dig was the sole album from the short-lived Al Tanner Quintet. Yet as this much-needed Jazzman reissue proves, it remains an inspired selection of spiritually enriching modal workouts that makes the most of its talented ensemble. While pianist and bandleader Al Tanner naturally makes his presence felt throughout, flautist/trumpeter George Alexander and tenor saxophonist Roy Henderson also deliver inspired solos, while the rhythm section of drummer William 'Smiley' Winters and bassist Edgar Williams are also on fine form throughout.
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Happiness Is Takin' Care Of Natural Business Dig?! (reissue)
Cat: JMANCD 135. Rel: 20 Jul 23
 
Jazz
Zaltanica
The Magi
Kuba!
Poor Me
Bronson's Blues
Rolon's Groove
Kuba! (alternate version - bonus track)
Lobby Lizards (bonus track)
Review: Jazzman has excavated another jazz "holy grail" here - one of the few albums ever recorded by San Francisco-based pianist (and local hero) Al Tanner. It was initially released back in 1967 by the obscure, but arguably significant, Touche label, and while popular within Californian jazz circles, garnered little exposure or sales elsewhere. It remains a fantastic album, with Tanner being joined by drummer William 'Smiley' Winters, bassist Edgar Williams, saxophonist Roy Henderson, and flautist/trumpeter George Alexander to attractively dance through a range of pleasingly breezy, musically detailed modal workouts. It's a genuinely impressive album all told, so praise must be given to Jazzman for unearthing and reissuing it.
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Short Story From Tabla Drums & Trumpet
Cat: JAZZ 45008. Rel: 12 Dec 19
 
Jazz
Short Story From Tabla, Drums & Trumpet (2:11)
Oye Maia (3:01)
Review: Thanks to a plethora of pleasing releases from the likes of Nat Birchall and Michael Grossman, 2019 has been a vintage year for Jazzman's "Jazz 45" series. The last volume of the year comes courtesy of Jai Ho, an occasional studio "supergroup" who initially met by accident in the late 1990s. In fact, A-side "Short Story From Tabla, Drums & Trumpet" was recorded in a single day in 1996. The descriptive title is accurate, with squally, effects-laden trumpet solos riding a killer backing track of military style drum breaks, exotic tabla motifs and toasty double bass. The group met again for another studio day in 2003 and recorded B-side "Oye Maia", a wonderfully lucid and languid mixture of attractive Kalimba melodies, drifting trumpet and shuffling Indian instrumentation.
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Jazzman Pro Large 7" Vinyl Record Box Flightcase 150 (dark walnut)
Cat: 988117 Rel: 09 Jan 24
 
Introducing Jazzman's own exclusive range of brand new 7" hard-wearing wooden record cases, in equal measure stylish and functional, solving the age-old problem of storing, transporting & displaying your precious 45s once and for all
Notes: Introducing Jazzman's own exclusive range of brand new 7" hard-wearing wooden record cases, in equal measure stylish and functional, solving the age-old problem of storing, transporting & displaying your precious 45s once and for all!

The PRO Large holds 150 x 7" records, and is available in your choice of 2 finishes: Dark Walnut or Graphite Grey.

This new updated design is again custom made to an exact specification in limited numbers. They don't just look the business, they've been built for professional use and will last for many years to come.

Ugly, bulky industrial cheap n' nasty mass-produced flight cases they are not! No flimsy plastic, chipboard, MDF or cheap cardboard either! These cases are hand-crafted from ethically-sourced & hard-wearing wood, the ultimate 7" record cases for all serious record collectors & professional DJs.

Each case has been hand-made in the EU from wood that has been sourced from managed and sustainable forests. They have been custom built to Jazzman's exact specifications before being stained and lacquered for a durable finish:

The lid is fully removable via detachable metal hinges so you have unfettered access to your records
Interior lined with soft & durable black felt to add both extra cushioning and a luxurious feel. Each interior is also embossed once with Jazzman's shiny 45CASE logo
All corners made with extra strong interlocking dovetail joints
Dual metal catches on the front are lockable with padlocks (not included) to keep your records secure from unwanted attention
Strong metal brackets feature on all corners to further protect against knocks & damage
Wood sourced from managed and sustainable forests
The base has 4 sturdy rubber feet to protect the bottom of the case when standing
Each cases has dual compartments, securely holding up to 150 of your prized 7" records. The interior dimensions will also accommodate double-bagged 45s.

Important note: due to the innate variability of wood grain, each box is unique and will differ slightly to the image shown. Records are for illustration purposes only and are not included!

Details:

Exterior size: 420 x 220 x 220mm
Weight when empty: 3.2kg (7lb)
Weight with 150 records: 11kg (24lb)

"I'm really impressed with this box, nobody's made them like this for years, a nice new home for my best stuff" - Mark 'Butch' Dobson (World #1 Northern Soul DJ)

"Jazzman are already known for making great records, well done to them for making the nicest record boxes I've seen in years" - Norman Jay MBE

"Sturdy and with a classic design, this is the best 7" box I have come across" - Eddie Pillar (Acid Jazz)

"Northern, Funk, Rockabilly, Garage - these are the boxes to keep 'em in, f*** marvellous!" - The Legendary Keb Darge
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The Loneliest Flower In The Village
Cat: JMANLP 133. Rel: 26 Jan 23
 
Jazz
Dakar (9:15)
Ishmael (7:31)
The Sun Is Big (6:06)
The Hooper (8:12)
Flower (7:47)
Love In Outer Space (6:36)
Review: Benedic Lamdin's Nostalgia 77 project has been on something of a hiatus for the past eight years, during which time the Brit jazz scene he's always helped cultivate has positively exploded. Now's a great time then to welcome him back, leaving his usual home of Tru Thoughts behind and settling into a new groove on Jazzman, delivering a beautiful, winsome set in the shape of The Loneliest Flower In The Village. It's a classically informed set which errs on the mellow, spiritual side of the jazz spectrum - a sound that's oh so easy to sink into and escape the stress and strife of modern life.
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The Loneliest Flower In The Village
Cat: JMANCD 133. Rel: 26 Jan 23
 
Jazz
Dakar
Ishmael
The Sun Is Big
The Hooper
Flower
Love In Outer Space
Folk Tune
Foothills
The Loneliest Flower In The Village
Review: Nostalgia 77 has been a going concern for Benedic Landin for over 20 years now. It has encompassed every musical style and inspiration he's explored and in that time his madcap approach has taken in songwriting sessions, soundtracks and soulful excursions. Here he is in jazz mode with an album on which he reunites with longtime collaborator and arranger Riaan Vosloo. Influences from South Africa abound on top of British jazz foundations. It has a lively and live feel that makes it all the more enjoyable.
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The Gow Dow Experience
The Gow Dow Experience (limited numbered 180 gram vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: JMANLP 134. Rel: 25 May 23
 
Jazz
Nigeria, West Africa (3:19)
Song For My Black Mother (2:26)
Barry Rae (8:09)
Compared To What (4:22)
Malcolm IX (6:00)
Spring 2000 (5:35)
Brother Don (4:56)
Review: Originally released in 1973, Prof James Benson's seminal album, The Gow Dow Experience is a project that has an amazing story accompanying it. An entirely self-released project, Prof Benson's intention was to record these sessions so that his students at Cal Poly in California would have a special memento of what they had achieved together. Taking inspiration from their recent trip to Africa and blended with the radical jazz emerging from Black American artist's in the 70s, it was a momentous achievement for him and his young protegees. Jazzman's re-release also includes four tracks from the recording session that, until now, have never been released - they're well worth the wait, we promise!
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The Gow Dow Experience (reissue)
Cat: JMANCD 134. Rel: 25 May 23
 
Jazz
Nigeria, West Africa
Song For My Black Mother
Barry Rae
Compared To What
Malcolm IX
Spring 2000
Brother Don
Psychedelic Sally
Compared To What (alternate take)
You Are Arrogant
Brother Don (alternate mix)
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Disco Party (reissue)
Cat: JMANCD 131. Rel: 12 May 22
 
Funk
Reality
Road
Disco Party (Let's Have A)
Welcome
Movin' & Groovin'
Let's Party People
You Keep Me Holdin' On
Clap & Hustle
Tags: Disco Funk
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Disco Party (reissue)
Disco Party (reissue) (limited numbered LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: JMANLP 131. Rel: 12 May 22
 
Funk
Reality (6:55)
Road (6:40)
Disco Party (Let's Have A) (3:31)
Welcome (4:17)
Movin' & Groovin' (6:31)
Let's Party People (5:14)
You Keep Me Holdin' On (5:42)
Clap & Hustle (5:25)
Review:  Another highly anticipated reissue from the vaults of the legendary 70s label TSG here that has already been put out late last year by P-Vine Japan. But Reality's unknown classic Disco Party is always going to sell out quick so we're certainly happy about another pressing. Almost nothing is known about the band apart from their association with TSG, the label had a divine touch in picking out the best unknown musicians from New York's bustling funk and soul scene. Their music is full of vibrant riffs and funky bass and cannot fail to detonate in the club.
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Tags: Disco Funk
 in stock $24.86
Shades Of Blue
Shades Of Blue (heavyweight vinyl LP)
Cat: JMANLP 107X. Rel: 31 Oct 22
 
Jazz
Blue Mosque (4:12)
Latin Blue (3:27)
Just Blue (5:34)
Sailin' (4:56)
Garrison '64 (5:58)
Blue Doom (2:22)
Shades Of Blue (7:05)
Big City Strut (3:55)
 in stock $23.27
Dusk Fire (mono)
Cat: JMANLP 108X. Rel: 31 Oct 22
 
Jazz
Ruth (6:18)
Tan Samfu (5:55)
Jubal (7:16)
Spooks (5:22)
Prayer (5:49)
Hot Rod (5:36)
Dusk Fire (12:15)
 in stock $22.20
Jumping Beans
Cat: JM 093. Rel: 06 Dec 12
 
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
Jumping Beans
Samba Electronico
 in stock $7.67
Austin Funk (reissue)
Cat: JMANCD 113. Rel: 27 Jun 19
 
Jazz
Keep Your Eyes On Your Merchandise
Love Is Not Such An Easy Game To Play
Radiator
Body Talk
Funk 'N' Roll
Since I Met You
Ghetto Tool
Groove Awhile
Frozen Tundra Lady
Review: Over the last few weeks, Jazzman's ongoing "Holy Grail" reissue series has focused on obscure but in-demand albums from the Fable Records catalogue. The latest to get the deluxe reissue treatment is Steamheat's "Austin Funk", a 1975 set that's notably harder and funkier than the Texan label's usual jazz-funk fare. Of course, there are still plenty of jazz-funk flourishes to be found amongst the soulful vocals, crunchy clavinet lines, fast-tempo grooves and heady horn lines. Our picks include the low-down deep funk headiness of "Radiator", the fizzing brilliance of "Body Talk", the harmonic jazz guitar, horn and electronic piano solos of "Ghetto Tool" and the eyes-closed, in-the-zone madness of closing cut "Frozen Tundra Lady".
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A New Life
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A New Life (unmixed CD)
Cat: JMANCD 075. Rel: 01 Jun 15
 
Jazz
Joy - "Martini Sweet"
Nottingham Jazz Orchestra - "Sixes & Severns"
Billy Jenkins - "High Street/Saturday" (with The Voice Of God Collective)
London Jazz Four - "Death Is Near" (with Sydenham School)
Graham Collier - "Darius I"
Spot The Zebra - "Living Planet" (excerpt)
Quincicasm - "Trent Park Song"
Poliphony - "Cameo"
Lori Vambe - "Drumson (One)"
Frank Evans - "The Bistro Kid"
Edge - "Danielle & The Holly Tree"
Indiana Highway - "We Three Kings"
Walsall Youth Jazz Orchestra - "The Dragon"
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Fools Paradise Favorites: '50s & '60s Bop Slop & Schlock
VARIOUS
Cat: JMANLP 090. Rel: 01 Mar 18
 
50s/60s
Premiers - "Shawnee" (2:30)
Al Katraz - "Charlie & The Bank Job" (2:03)
Jules Blattner - "500 Pound Canary" (2:15)
The Flock Rocker - "Chinese Rock & Roll" (1:37)
Bob Strauss - "Nameless" (2:23)
Hurricane Harry - "The Last Meal" (2:18)
Glenn Willings - "You Tarzan MeJane" (2:29)
Dick Summer - "The Goatee's Gotta Go" (1:54)
The Bobby Borda Five - "Mad" (4:44)
The Renaults - "Rockin' With Joe" (2:52)
Wee Willie & The Soulettes - "Pulp Wood Charley" (1:54)
Billy Duke & The Dukes - "Roland" (2:39)
The Orbits - "Knock Her Down" (3:01)
Dan Kubiak - "Finding You" (2:04)
King Sid - "Unh Uh Baby" (1:35)
Arnie Ginsburg - "Pal Mal Rock" (2:27)
Sidney & Chimps - "Blah" (2:05)
Stringbeans - "Stop Your Cryin'" (3:57)
The Leopards - "Mah Mah Chicken Pot Pie" (3:22)
Abel & The Starliners Combo - "Chicken Hop Twist" (2:15)
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Spiritual Jazz 12: Impulse!
VARIOUS
Cat: JMANCD 122. Rel: 17 Sep 20
 
Jazz
John Coltrane - "A Love Supreme Pt 1: Acknowledgement"
Elvin Jones - "Fantazm"
Max Roach - "Lonesome Lover"
Yusef Lateef - "Sister Mamie"
Freddie Hubbard - "The 7th Day"
McCoy Tyner - "Three Flowers"
Elvin Jones/Jimmy Garrison Sextet - "Half & Half"
McCoy Tyner - "Groove Waltz"
Archie Shepp - "Le Matin Des Noire"
Michael White - "The Blessing Song"
Alice Coltrane - "Turiya & Ramakrishna"
Phil Woods - "A Taste Of Honey"
Pharoah Sanders - "Hum-Allah-Hum-Allah-Hum-Allah"
John Klemmer - "Constant Throb" (part 1)
Pharoah Sanders - "Thembi"
Marion Brown - "Maimoun"
Alice Coltrane - "Journey In Satchidananda"
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Spiritual Jazz 13: Now Part 2
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Spiritual Jazz 13: Now Part 2 (gatefold 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: JMANLP 127. Rel: 21 Jan 21
 
Jazz
The Cosmic Range - "Palms To Heaven" (9:21)
Vibration Black Finger - "Empty Streets" (7:05)
Abeeku - "Slow Sweet Burn" (2:38)
Wildflower - "Flute Song" (4:38)
The Pyramids - "Memory Ritual" (6:31)
Steve Reid Foundation - "For Coltrane" (8:05)
Carla Marciano - "Trane's Groove" (8:25)
Angel Bat Dawid - "What Do I Tell My Children Who Are Black (Dr Margaret Burroughs)" (3:23)
Menagerie - "Nova" (5:45)
Teemu Akerblom Quartet - "Avo's Tune" (6:52)
The Jamie Saft Quartet - "Vessels" (5:22)
Jonas Kullhammar - "Paris" (7:55)
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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Spiritual Jazz 13: Now Part 2
VARIOUS
Cat: JMANCD 127. Rel: 21 Jan 21
 
Jazz
The Cosmic Range - "Palms To Heaven"
Vibration Black Finger - "Empty Streets"
Abeeku - "Slow Sweet Burn"
Wildflower - "Flute Song"
The Pyramids - "Memory Ritual"
Steve Reid Foundation - "For Coltrane"
Carla Marciano - "Trane's Groove"
Angel Bat Dawid - "What Do I Tell My Children Who Are Black (Dr Margaret Burroughs)"
Menagerie - "Nova"
Teemu Akerblom Quartet - "Avo's Tune"
The Jamie Saft Quartet - "Vessels"
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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Spiritual Jazz 11: SteepleChase: Esoteric Modal & Progressive Jazz From The Steeplechase Label 1974-84
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Cat: JMANCD 120. Rel: 16 Apr 20
 
Jazz
Mary Lou Williams - "Ode To Saint Cecile"
Billy Gault - "The Time Of This World Is At Hand"
Sam Jones - "Jean Marie"
Rene McLean - "Aida"
Jim McNeely - "Tipe Tizwe"
Johnny Dyani - "Magwaza"
Jackie McLean & Michael Carvin - "De I Comahlee Ah"
Ken McIntyre - "Miss Priss"
Khan Jamal - "Dark Warrior"
Michael Carvin - "Naima"
Review: For the latest volume in their essential Spiritual Jazz compilation series - the eleventh overall - Jazzman has decided to take a trawl through the archives of Danish imprint SteepleChase, focusing specifically on "esoteric modal" and "progressive jazz" originally released between 1974 and '84. It's an impressively bright, breezy and crystal-clear affair - you can hear every cymbal hit, saxophone solo, piano note, snare and rim-shot in glorious clarity - with highlights appearing thick and fast throughout. Our current favourites include the haunting flutes, glistening guitar solos and skipping grooves of Rene McLean's "Aida", the hard-to-pigeonhole inventiveness and cross-cultural fusion of Jim McNeely's "Tipe Tizwe" and the vibraphone-laden up-tempo hustle of Khan Jamal's "Dark Warrior". That said, every track is superb, making this a must-have for spiritual jazz enthusiasts everywhere.
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Greasy Mike's Middle Eastern Harem: 18 Sizzlin' Camel Steaks Cooked Ultra Rare From Weirdsville USA
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Cat: JMANLP 130. Rel: 01 Dec 22
 
Psych/Garage Rock
The Cotillions - "Sahara" (1:58)
The Boys - "Cobra" (1:54)
The Embers - "Alexandria" (2:25)
The Checker Board Squares - "Desert Land" (2:42)
The Kasuals - "Port Said" (2:04)
Arabian Knights - "Moroc-Kin" (2:02)
The Torrents - "Snake Charmer" (2:44)
The Wild Men Of Marrakesh - "Sandstorm" (2:32)
The Versatones - "Cobra" (2:11)
The Sand Steppers - "Misirlou" (2:47)
The Vaqueros - "Desert Wind" (1:53)
The Royce McAfee Combo - "Cairo Twist" (1:41)
Roger King Mozian - "Oriental Cha Cha" (2:59)
Vasilas & His Slaves - "Ole Tsasa" (2:18)
Al Castelanos - "Cha-Cha-Cha At The Harem" (2:36)
Griz Green - "Morocco" (1:47)
Jol Coyes Boys - "Istanbul" (2:38)
Ilo Kay & His Trio - "The Bagdad Fantasy" (2:14)
Review: A remarkably sleazy new compilation from the digger's delighter known as Greasy Mike, who has generously opened up his 'vinyl dungeon' for the purpose of letting us in on just a small slice of his wax "harem". Ah yes, the sensual and voluptuous pleasures of Middle-Eastern jazz on wax. Unmatched. The choice cuts on this comp, one of many from Mike, this time catalogue the works of Middle Eastern jazz unknowns, championing their work starting from the genre's inception.
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Spiritual Jazz Vol 14: Private
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Cat: JMANCD 137. Rel: 05 Oct 23
 
Jazz
Erni Clark - "By The Grace Of God, I Am"
Elysian Spring - "Lotus"
Radam Schwartz & Leslie Ford - "Middle Eastern Fantasy"
Mary Lou Williams - "Communion Song: The World"
Carmelo Garcia - "Ethiopia"
Black Is - "Themes & Variations"
Cullen Knight - "A'Keem (Brother)"
Don Menza Quintet - "Spanish Boots" (Parts 1 & 2)
Belair - "Morning Rainwalk"
Andrew McPherson - "Delilah"
Almanac - "Symbiosis"
Owen Marshall - "Evolove" (Full Length version)
Bobby Jackson - "Desiree Song"
Compass - "Pharoah's Thing"
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Jukebox Mambo IV: Afro Latin Accents In Rhythm & Blues 1946-1962
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Cat: JMANLP 136. Rel: 23 Feb 23
 
50s/60s
Marie Knight & Sister Rosetta Tharpe - "Calvary" (2:43)
The Dundees - "Evil One" (feat Carlyle Dundee) (2:13)
The Heartbreakers - "Wanda" (2:46)
Helene Polite & The Dallas Reddick Trio - "Love For Sale" (3:17)
Oscar Pettiford & his Quartet - "Oscalypso" (2:48)
Bixie Crawford & The Fletcher Smith Quartet - "Go Way Blues" (2:40)
Preston Love & his Orchestra - "Ali Baba's Boogie" (2:38)
Mamie Ree & Jake Porter - "I Wake Up Early In The Morning" (1:58)
Monchito & his Orchestra - "Caldonia" (2:41)
Betty Mattson - "What Is This Thing Called Love" (2:17)
Effie Smith & Johnny Criner Orch - "Mambo Blues" (2:40)
Titus Turner - "Big Mary's" (2:13)
The Blasts - "Canaveral Rock" (2:34)
The Royals - "I Want You To Be My Baby - Mambo" (2:14)
Eunice Davis - "My Beat Is 125th St" (3:04)
Frank Butler - "Girl Of My Dreams" (2:35)
Mr Bo - "Heartache & Troubles" (2:38)
Otis Smith & his Orchestra - "You're So Good Looking"
The Dukes Of Rhythm - "Buddha's Boogie" (2:11)
Innocentay - "Voodoo Shango" (3:31)
Lawrence Stone - "Dark Of Night" (2:18)
Lawrence Peel & The Filatones - "Song Of Sadar" (2:43)
Kiki Williams & The Ellis Stukey Quintet - "When Love Is New" (2:18)
Review: Jazzman's Jukebox Mambo series continues to be an authoritative exploration of mid-Century, Afro-Latin accented rhythm & blues. On this fourth edition the selections range from the late 1940s to the early 1960s, capturing a unique cultural moment in the post-war era when Afro-Latin rhythms were infusing the music and engendering new forms in pop music of the day. From jazz, gospel and doo hop to calypso, blues and rock & roll, there's a veritable feast of styles on offer here, all expertly sequenced and sure to teach even a seasoned listener a thing or two.
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Tags: Latin | Latin Jazz
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Spiritual Jazz 15: A Tribute To Trane
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Cat: JMANCD 138. Rel: 23 Nov 23
 
Jazz
Norman Connors - "Welcome"
Clifford Jordon - "John Coltrane"
Sonny Fortune - "Ole"
The Darwin Strickland Trio - "Niami"
Gilles Torrent Jazztet - "Terre Enqloutie"
Carsten Meinert - "To Trane"
Malachi Thompson & Africa Brass - "Transition"
Hampton Hawes Trio - "Evening Trane"
Carmelo Gracia - "Trane"
Jack Mcduff - "Naima"
Review: Many artists achieve greatness but very few produce work that is so moving it's considered sacred. Whether you choose to call them hymns, psalms or spirituals, their songs are a healing force for troubled times. We feel close to these prophets, in recognition of their uncommon labours. It is as if they have given all of themselves, body and soul, through music. Spiritual Jazz 15 - A Tribute to 'Trane shines a spotlight on the reverence in which the saxophonist is held in so many ways. On one hand our selection displays cover versions of his songs performed by the musicians he inspired; disciples to Coltrane the messiah, who chose to give praise to the one who laid a foundation for them. The listener will also encounter original music written in honour of Coltrane that underlines the endless presence he has had among artists from different backgrounds and eras.
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Spiritual Jazz 15: A Tribute To Trane
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Cat: JMANLP 138. Rel: 23 Nov 23
 
Jazz
Norman Connors - "Welcome" (7:14)
Clifford Jordon Qyartet - "John Coltrane" (7:47)
Sonny Fortune - "Ole" (5:41)
The Darwin Strickland Trio - "Niami" (5:52)
Gilles Torrent Jazztet - "Terre Enqloutie" (12:58)
Carsten Meinert Kvartet - "To Trane" (6:50)
Malachi Thompson & Africa Brass - "Transition" (6:24)
Hampton Hawes Trio - "Evening Trane" (6:35)
Carmelo Garcia - "Trane" (4:36)
Jack Mcduff - "Naima" (10:15)
Review: Jazzman Records add to the legacy of saxophonist John Coltrane with this latest tribute compilation. Few artists, in the words of the label, "produce work that is so moving it's considered sacred." But that is exactly what has happened with John Coltrane over the years; while the forces that have exalted him to such an extent remain mysterious, we're now left with just the music, of which many of the original compositions have now become jazz standard form. From Norman Conners to Brother Jack McDuff, each covering artist here - masters in their own respects - curtsies before the prophet.
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Greasy Mike's Lost & Lonely Ladies
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Cat: JMANLP 142. Rel: 26 Oct 23
 
50s/60s
Ann Cole - "Nobody But Me" (2:31)
Joya Sharrill - "Desdemona's Lament" (2:04)
Marilyn Ross - "Out Of This World" (2:34)
Lyn Avalon - "I Walk The Streets" (2:29)
Ann Henry - "Like Young" (2:27)
Mecie Jenkins - "Come Back Pretty Baby" (2:33)
Tommie Jeane Whitley - "Leave My Heart" (2:26)
Helen Alvey - "Dark Midnight" (2:32)
Miss Johni Naylor - "Red Wine For My Blues" (2:03)
Ann Fleming - "You Upset Me" (2:21)
Delores Johnson - "Give Me Your Love" (2:20)
Wini Beatty - "Melancholy Mood" (2:18)
Patti Dane - "The Wrong Guy" (2:09)
Anna Marie - "Interlude" (3:28)
Patty Ann - "The River" (3:00)
Genie Pace - "Come Back To Sorrento" (2:44)
Review: Jazzman have been capitalising on their kinship with revered digger Greasy Mike by offering him a series of compilations which shine a light on some of the wildly rare records contained in his considerable archives. Following prior themes from Middle-Eastern Harem and Shipwrecked On A Tropical Island, Mike turns his attention to "the sublime, seductive sound of the smooth and sultry songstress." You won't find any household names here, but rather a cast of mesmerising, formidable singers set to heartworn jazz ballads. These are no wallflowers and there's more than enough grit to go with their grace, making this a fantastic collection for anyone who savours the sound of 50s and 60s divas with something to say.
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Greasy Mike At The Beatnik Cafe
VARIOUS
Cat: JMANLP 143. Rel: 04 Apr 24
 
Jazz
Harvey Anderson - "Monday Night At 8pm" (2:45)
Beverley Garland - "Tempest In A Teapot" (2:46)
The Guitars Inc - "Gee Dad, It's Early" (2:12)
Ralph Ventura - "Listen To Me Baby" (2:45)
The Afro Americans - "Africa Laments" (2:48)
Cindy Laine - "Whispering Wind" (2:29)
The Ramrocks - "On The Rocks" (2:56)
The Seven Arts Beat Society - "New York Havana" (1:35)
Ronnie Mann - "Last Night" (2:04)
Abie Baker - "Moccasin Rock" (2:25)
Sheri Lee Douglas - "Grey Skies" (2:34)
Big Jox Orch - "Cut-A-Loose" (2:22)
Doctor Bop - "Satin & Velvet" (2:58)
Vinnie Burke - "Night Beat" (2:52)
Shirley Claire - "Big Ben" (2:15)
Isidro Misquez - "House Of Lords" (2:39)
Leo Wright - "The Wiggler" (2:48)
Alice Darr - "Try Try Again" (2:24)
Review: Jazzman Records' curatorial moniker Greasy Mike delivers a seventh compilation in his eponymous beatnik jazz series. At The Beatnik Cafe follows up former visits to the Tropical Island, the Chinese Takeaway, and the Halloween haunted house for a trip back in time and place to 1950s New York, netting the sonic essence of the Beat generation. Predominantly comprising swing, bebop and hard bop recorded during and at the turn of the following decade, we're smitten at the likes of Harvey Anderson's 'Monday Night At 8PM', The Seven Arts Beat Society's 'New York Havana', and Cindy Laine's 'Whispering Wind', all of which amount to prototypical, quiet cafe-bound storms, and the perfect complements for free-assocative poetry composition and goatee grooming.
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Spiritual Jazz 16: Riverside Etc
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Cat: JMANCD 139. Rel: 07 Jun 24
 
Jazz
James Clay - "New Delhi"
Werner-Rosengren Swedish Jazz Quartet - "Bombastica"
Sal Nistico Quintet - "Ariscene"
Frank Strozier - "The Crystal Ball"
Cannonball Adderley Sextet - "Primitivo"
Blue Mitchell - "Turquoise"
Sonny Red - "The Mode"
Clifford Jordan - "Sunrise In Mexico"
Lee Konitz Quintet - "Thumb Under"
McCoy Tyner - "Valley Of Life"
Joe Henderson - "Earth" (feat Alice Coltrane)
Review: Jazzman's Spiritual Jazz series has been a beacon of exploration since 2008, delving into the rich tapestry of African-American music rooted in spiritual belief. These albums not only celebrate cultural traditions but also spotlight diverse geographical influences, from Europe to Japan and even religions like Islam with their Arabic and North African resonances. With a wide stylistic range, the series pays homage to historic labels like Riverside and its associated sister labels. Spiritual Jazz 16 focuses on Riverside's legacy, founded in 1953 by Orrin Keepnews and Bill Grauer. Riverside played a pivotal role in shaping modern jazz, ushering in an era of creative exploration that birthed sub-genres like bebop, hard bop, cool, modal and Latin jazz. This compilation meticulously selects the deepest and most vibrant tracks from Riverside's extensive catalog, featuring luminaries like Cannonball Adderley, McCoy Tyner, Joe Henderson, and Alice Coltrane. With its diverse offerings, Spiritual Jazz 16 is a great example piece to the enduring legacy and creative spirit of jazz's golden age.
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Greasy Mike's Chinese Takeaway: Sizzling Slices Of Sixteen Spices In A Sleazy Szechuan Sauce
VARIOUS
Cat: JMANLP 141. Rel: 28 Sep 23
 
50s/60s
The Fugu Five - "Husband Wife Lung Slices" (1:54)
Billy Nash Rock Band - "Mister Chang" (2:21)
Marc Mirror - "China Cha Cha" (3:11)
The Pendletons - "Itchy Bon Mash" (2:09)
Jackie Lee - "Hong Kong" (1:58)
The Windsors - "Saki Rock" (1:33)
Spike Jones & His City Slickers - "Japanese Skokiaan" (2:27)
Sing A Poor Charlie - "Sho Rho Bho" (2:21)
Copper Penny - "Hot Sake" (2:02)
The Manhattans - "Far East Rock" (2:24)
Yo Yo Hashi - "Along The Ginza" (1:46)
The Dawnbreakers - "Chop Suey" (2:20)
Chuck Fayne - "Tokyo Stomp" (2:20)
Walkin Charlie Aldrich - "Hot Sake" (2:08)
Earl Craig - "Saki" (2:58)
Yo Yo Hashi - "Yo Yo's Pad" (3:05)
Review: Here comes a fresh crop of 50s-60s rock n' roll/rhythm & blues by way of a compilation of rare, obscure tracks from their respective golden era(s), the 'Chinese Takeaway' - selected by Greasy Mike, DJ, record collector and Jazzman label owner. The comp flaunts the wild and diverse wildernesses and recesses of rock'n'roll, from surf and garage to doo-wop and soul - but comes with a far-flung twist, prioritizing songs with influences from Chinese music and culture.
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FORTHCOMING
Spiritual Jazz 16: Riverside Etc
VARIOUS
Cat: JMANLP 139. Rel: 07 Jun 24
 
Jazz
James Clay - "New Delhi"
Werner-Rosengren Swedish Jazz Quartet - "Bombastica"
Sal Nistico Quintet - "Ariscene"
Frank Strozier - "The Crystal Ball"
Cannonball Adderley Sextet - "Primitivo"
Blue Mitchell - "Turquoise"
Sonny Red - "The Mode"
Clifford Jordan - "Sunrise In Mexico"
Lee Konitz Quintet - "Thumb Under"
McCoy Tyner - "Valley Of Life"
Joe Henderson - "Earth" (feat Alice Coltrane)
Review: The Spiritual Jazz Series has been going strong since 2008 and has always looked to celebrate a rich tradition of African-American songs that takes inspiration from a belief in a higher force, as well as focussing on certain geographical regions. The stylistic diversity across these traditions is vast. Historic labels like Blue Note, Impulse!, Prestige, and Steeplechase are also featured, offering a treasure trove of music relevant to Spiritual Jazz. Spiritual Jazz 16 focuses on Riverside and its associated labels, founded in 1953 by Orrin Keepnews and Bill Grauer. This era marked the emergence of modern jazz, encompassing bebop, hard bop, cool, modal, and Latin jazz.
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est. release 07 Jun 24 $26.98
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Can You See What I'm Trying To Say
Can You See What I'm Trying To Say (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: JMANLP 121. Rel: 18 Jun 20
 
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
Empty Streets (4:56)
Adrianna (0:49)
Gutkind's Dream (0:28)
Acting For Liberation (part 1) (11:02)
Law Of The Universe (0:36)
Can You See What I'm Trying To Say (3:52)
Acting For Liberation (part 2) (1:29)
Persia & Cornelius (3:26)
The Glory (4:40)
Soul Fire (3:05)
Twelve Wire Byrd (0:59)
Only In A Dream (7:46)
Review: Lascelle 'Lascelles' Gordon is the creative powerhouse behind Vibration Black Finger, and once again here he excels on a second album that furthers his magnificent jazz sound. Obscure spiritual sounds of the 70s are the melting pot from which he mostly draws, with plenty of like-minded collaborates all contributing their own skills to the mix. Collective empowerment and personal development all enrich the album and its progressive message, and it was all put together from old ideas on tapes and DATs that he had worked on over the years. Instrumental segues stitch together the thoughtful vocal pieces and moments of real gusto help it stick long in the memory.
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The Infinity Of Nothingness
Cat: JMANCD 144. Rel: 31 May 24
 
Jazz
Nothingness
Solar Breeze From The East
Spectral Realms
Infinity Suite (part 1 Time)
Infinity Suite (part 2 Space)
Infinity Suite (part 3 Energy)
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The Infinity Of Nothingness
Cat: JMANLP 144. Rel: 31 May 24
 
Jazz
Nothingness
Solar Breeze From The East
Spectral Realms
Infinity Suite (part 1 Time)
Infinity Suite (part 2 Space)
Infinity Suite (part 3 Energy)
Review: Over three decades of musical exploration and innovation have cemented German guitarist and bandleader JJ Whitefield as a stalwart in the realm of authentic, timeless music. As a founding member of the Poets Of Rhythm in the early 90s, Whitefield pioneered a hard-edged take on 70s street funk, setting the stage for the Deep Funk scene to come. His subsequent ventures under various pseudonyms, including Karl Hector, showcased his versatility and eclectic influences, drawing from Ethiopian Jazz, West African funk, Kraut-rock, and ambient sounds. With his latest album, The Infinity Of Nothingness, Whitefield delves into the astral realms of spiritual jazz, paying homage to influences like Sun Ra and Pharoah Sanders while forging his own path. The album's mature, delicate orchestrations evoke a trance-like atmosphere, with subtle accents of hip-hop, library and avant garde seamlessly integrated. Tracks like the sparse opener 'Nothingness' and the expansive 'Infinity Suite' demonstrate Whitefield's ability to create music that not only honors his influences but also stands the test of time. The Infinity Of Nothingness represents a culmination of Whitefield's lifelong musical journey, showcasing his unwavering dedication to authenticity and innovation.
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est. release 31 May 24 $25.92
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After Dark
Cat: JMANCD 125. Rel: 06 May 21
 
Jazz
Time Stands Still
Messed Up
Who Knows
Stay For One
Strut Your Stuff
After Dark
Leave Me Be
The Feist
Gone
Just Blue
Back To It
After Dark (Rebecca Vasmant remix)
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Little Sunflower
Cat: JMANLP 124V. Rel: 17 Feb 22
 
Jazz
Little Sunflower (4:06)
Libertango (4:06)
In A Sentimental Mood (2:03)
Can't Get You Out Of My Head (3:03)
Caravan (2:43)
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Lost In Abstraction
Lost In Abstraction (180 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: JMANLP 132. Rel: 20 Oct 22
 
Jazz
Abstraction (3:47)
Lost (3:34)
Venus Fly Trap (3:33)
Temptation (3:53)
Too Much (4:22)
Where Would We Be (4:54)
Up There (3:29)
Discarded (3:02)
Suspended (4:11)
Got It? (4:22)
Review: Amanda Whiting released her first music back in 2007, but it's been in recent years the accomplished UK harp player has developed a working relationship with Jazzman. N doubt a response to the rude health of UK jazz, 2020 saw the release of Little Sunflower and last year she delivered After Dark. Now Whiting makes it a hat trick with Lost In Abstraction, a stunning release which shows off her gift as a performer and composer across 10 vignettes. There's a mellow mood to the music on offer here, and if you have a weakness for the lilting sound of the harp in a jazz context, be sure not to miss this exquisite album.
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Sipote
Sipote (7")
Cat: JMAN 090. Rel: 10 May 12
 
Jazz
Sipote
Suite
Review: Born on the French Island of Martinique, Louis Xavier later settled in France where he discovered the freedom of jazz, and an idea to mix his influences into a global melting pot of sound. He formed his band (Synchro Rhythmic Eclectic Language) in Paris in the early '70s, making music that was both spiritual and eclectic for its time. Both tracks are jazz in essence but with instrumental funky rhythms infused with intricate percussion and electric keys.
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