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Numinous Ugo
 
Silent Feet: COLOURS
Silent Feet: COLOURS
"A superstar of the ECM label, Weber was the bass player of choice in Jan Garbarek's group before his illness but his work deserves much wider recognition. This album is just wonderful"
The Soft Machine - Volume Two
The Soft Machine - Volume Two
"The second album after Kevin Ayers departed and the roadie and fellow former Wilde Flower, Hugh Hopper, took on bass duties"
Ogden's Nut Gone Flake [Deluxe Edition]
Ogden's Nut Gone Flake [Deluxe Edition]
"The brillant Small Faces crowning acheivement! Professor Stanley Unwin adds his magic in the tale of Happiness Stan"
The Soft Machine
The Soft Machine
"Great debut. It is impossible to overestate the importance of this band"
THE FALLING
THE FALLING
"The sublime Carmel McCourt"
Hits Misses Rags And Tatters - The Complete Stiff Masters
Hits Misses Rags And Tatters - The Complete Stiff Masters
"At last a proper release of the Stiff albums in a wonderful collection, although I did find i needed to separate out the actual albums in itunes: the debut album, The Wonderful Worls of. & Big Smash"
Small Faces [Immediate] [Deluxe Edition]
Small Faces [Immediate] [Deluxe Edition]
"Steve Marriott, Ronnie Lane, Kenney Jones & Ian McLagan after they signed to the ultimately Immediate label,"
Live Im Schuetzenhaus/Live In Berlin
Live Im Schuetzenhaus/Live In Berlin
"Brilliant European jazz collective"
Nice
Nice
"Keith Emerson beofre ELP took him OTT"
October Woman
October Woman
"A Brilliant British jazz album!!! This Features Joe Harriott & Shake Keane who it is no exageration to compare the the Mile & Trane partnership or Diz & Bird; real class"
I Advance Masked
I Advance Masked
"A rather wonderful, again a bit 80s, The partnership between Fripp and summers works well"
THE DRUM IS EVERYTHING
THE DRUM IS EVERYTHING
"The brilliant second almum, don't worry hardly anybody got hold of the debut, self titled album so you are not to feel bad about  not remembering it"
Isotope
Isotope
"Gary Boyle guitar and Jeff Clyne bass British jazz rock brilliance. Despite 3 brilliant albums this band never received the success they deserved."
Arc Of A Diver
Arc Of A Diver
"Steve Windoow's second solo album is brilliant"
Metal Machine Music
Metal Machine Music
"Guitar feedback, white noise; surprisingly beautiful but I guess not for everyone"
Quartet
Quartet
"Also re-release in 1974 as Song of the Wind with a different cover. Farrell never acheived the level of commercial success that his talent deserved. Unfairly caught in others' shadows"
Bryars: Jesus's Blood Never Failed Me Yet
Bryars: Jesus's Blood Never Failed Me Yet
"This one grows on you...."
Deal With It
Deal With It
"Saxophone heaven, I love it"
Plays Cole Porter
Plays Cole Porter
"Philip Catherine's tone is just brilliant and a great bunch of tunes too!"
Jake In A Box: The EMI Recordings 1967-1976
Jake In A Box: The EMI Recordings 1967-1976
"Contains Jakes's 4 studio albums in full plus many alternates only significant ommission is The Bull"
Shades Of Blue
Shades Of Blue
"Brilliant, This proves that Brittish Jazz is not inferior."
Phase III / Live
Phase III / Live
"More Brilliance! Apparently Warren Mitchel is one of those whooping with delight on "Live" album.."
Solar Plexus / Belladonna
Solar Plexus / Belladonna
"Nucleus really were up there with the big American jazz fusion bands, bar none."
Elastic Rock /Well Talk Abou
Elastic Rock /Well Talk Abou
"What a band!"
Original Album Classics: Third / Fourth / Five / Six / Seven
Original Album Classics: Third / Fourth / Five / Six / Seven
"The mighty Soft Machine"