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Heavenly Sweetness

Notre focus sur les labels modernes continue avec un spécial Heavenly Sweetness, LE label Jazz Français d'aujourd'hui, qui oscille entre rééditions (Doug Carn, Don Cherry, et bientôt des vinyles 180g Blue Note...) et productions (le fantastique album afro-punk d'Anthony Joseph, le spiritual reggae des Chickenwing All Stars...).

Anthony Joseph & The Spasm Band - Bird Head Son (2LP/Heavenly Sweetness)
Fiercely funky afro-punk grooves

Anthony Joseph and the Spasm Band - Spirit Lash (12"/Heavenly Sweetness)
First EP from 2006 - now deleted and including an exclusive track not available anywhere else

The John Betsch Society - Earth Blossom (Heavenly Sweetness)
Brilliant brilliant re-issue of this beautiful LP of spiritual soul jazz - one of the rarer albums on Strata East!

Don Cherry - Latif Khan (Heavenly Sweetness)
First time reissue of this forgotten gem from Don Cherry. This unsung album is only known by hardcore fans of Don cherry who considered it as one of his best effort.

Doug Carn - Al Rahman! Cry Of The Floridian Tropic Son (Heavenly Sweetness)
Arabic inspired spiritual soul/jazz album, recorded after leaving the Black Jazz label in the late 70's...groovy stuff with epic production
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