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Top Ten Free Jazz Underground[1] is an annotated list of free jazz and avant-garde jazz compiled by Thurston Moore, first published in the Beastie Boys' Grand Royal magazine, issue 2 in 1995.

  1. Dave Burrell - Echo (BYG 529.320/Actuel Volume 20)..
  2. Milford Graves & Don Pullen - Nommo (S.R.P. Lp-290)
  3. Arthur Doyle Plus 4 - Alabama Feeling (AK-BA AK-1030)
  4. Sunny Murray - Sonny's Time Now (Jihad 663)
  5. The Ric Colbeck Quartet - The Sun Is Coming Up (Fontana 6383 001)
  6. John Tchicai and Cadentia Nova Danica - Afrodisiaca (MPS CRM711)
  7. Rashied Ali and Frank Lowe - Duo Exchange (Survival SR101)
  8. The Peter Brotzmann Sextet/Quartet - Nipples (Calig - CAL30604)
  9. The Marzette Watts Ensemble - (Savoy MG-12193)
    1. Marion Brown - In Sommerhausen (Calig 30 605)
    2. Black Artists Group - In Paris, Aries 1973 (BAG 324 000)
    3. Frank Wright Quartet - Uhuru Na Umoja (America 30 AM 6104)
    4. Dr. Umezu-Seikatsu Kojyo Iinkai - (SKI NO. 1)
    5. Cecil Taylor - Indent, part 2 (Unit Core 30555)

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