Triple Point Records,
run by New York jazz journalist Ben Ratliff (currently working on a biography of Cecil Taylor) has unearthed and is releasing a double LP of previously unknown line up, the Frank Lowe Quartet, recorded in 1974. The sessions, unreleased until now, were engineered and recorded by Rashied Ali at his Survival Studios, and includes Frank Lowe, Joseph Bowie, William Parker, and Steve Reid, with trumpet by Ahmed Abdullah on one side.
Out Loud is released on 4 November via Triple Point. More details on the release available here.
EDIT: Triple Point is in fact run by Joe Lizzi and Jazz historian Ben Young. Apologies for the error.