A deep dive into the one of most collectable jazz catalogues in the world, a selection of some of the rarest and most sought-after recordings from the 60s and 70s, a time when British jazz began to find its own identity. Drawn from the iconic labels of Decca, Deram, Argo, EMI Columbia / Lansdowne Series, Fontana, Mercury, and Philips.
LP1 SIDE A 1. Ken Wheeler and the John Dankworth Orchestra | Don The Dreamer 2. Don Rendell Quintet | A Matter Of Time 3. Collin Bates Trio | Brew 4. John Surman, John Warren | With Terry’s Help
LP1 SIDE B 1. Michael Garrick Sextet | Second Coming 2. Mike Westbrook Concert Band | Waltz (for Joanna) 3. Stan Tracey And His Big Band | Matinee Days 4. Harry Beckett | Third Road
LP2 SIDE A 1. Neil Ardley, Ian Carr, Don Rendell | Greek Variations: VI Kriti  2. The New Jazz Orchestra | Angle 3. Alan Skidmore Quintet | Old San Juan
LP2 SIDE B 1. Dick Morrissey Quartet | Storm Warning 2. Mike Taylor Quartet | To Segovia 3. Michael Gibbs | Some Echoes, Some Shadows