- Charlie Mariano – Suite of the Festival – Cascade
- Ben Allison – Dragzilla – Seven Arrows
- Peggy Stern – Lemon Essence – The Fuschia
- Edward Vesala – Coming of the Nocturnal Sun – Heavy Life
- The Ganelin Trio – Who is afraid of Anthony Braxton? – Encores
- Elton Dean Quartet – Dede Bup Bup – They All Be On This Old Road
- Charles Tolliver – The Ringer – The Ringer
- Albert Mangelsdorff – Triple Tip – Live at Dug, Tokyo
- Albert Ayler – Deep River – Goin’ Home
- 1974 Dutch release on Keystone with Philip Catherine, John Lee , Gerry Brown, Jasper Van ‘t Hof, Chris Hinze, Michaël Samson and Rob Van Den Broeck.
- Debut album by bassist Ben Allison. It was released on the Koch Records label in 1996. Also features Ted Nash – Saxophones, Frank Kimbrough – Piano, Ron Horton – Trumpet and Tim Horner – Drums.
- 1997 album on Koch with a stellar line up of Thomas Chapin, Drew Gress and Bobby Previte.
- Edward gathers together an all star line-up for this 1980 release from Leo records, with James Spaulding, Howard Johnson, Reggie Workman, Tomasz Stańko, Chico Freeman, J. D. Parran. Bob Stewart and Joe Daley.
- 1994 release on Leo of various live recordings – most of the tracks being a date in Moscow.
- Classic UK jazz from 1977 originally released on Ogun – Dean is joined by Chris Lawrence, Keith Tippett and Louis Moholo.
- 1992 release on Black Lion of an original on Polydor from 1969 – Tolliver’s band comprises Steve Novosel, Jimmy Hopps and Stanley Cowell.
- Recorded live at the jazzclub DUG, February 15, 1971 in Tokyo. Bass – Günter Lenz, Drums – Ralf Hübner, Tenor Saxophone – Heinz Sauer and Trombone – Albert Mangelsdorff. Originally released via Enja/
- Recorded at Atlantic Studios, New York City 24th February 1964. Bass – Henry Grimes, Drums – Arthur ‘Sonny’ Murray, Piano – Call Cobbs Jr. and Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone – Albert Ayler. Original release was in 1971 with the most notable recent one being on Black Lion in 1994.