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5.0 out of 5 stars
More Harriott and Keane at Last!, 13 Jan. 2006
While I agree with the previous reviewer that the packaging could be a bit better (why no turn to someone like Alan Robertson or Ian Carr for additional information?), I want to boost the average rating a bit so folks won't pass over this often-brilliant music. Some of Garrick's settings are too rigid for my taste, but most of the tracks--even the experiments with sacred music--allow his great, great partners, Joe Harriott and Shake Keane, to put together marvellously passionate improvisations. These men are overlooked titans of 1960s jazz (Harriott in particular), so it's wonderful to find them playing together here and playing with so much soul. Anyone who likes Harriott's "free form" music will find a lot to like here as well.