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New SJOB MovementMove In The Right Direction ... CD
Academy, 1974. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Heavy heady funk from the 70s Nigerian scene – a wicked little record that's unlike anything else we've heard before! SJOB is a combo made from ex-members of the group of Sonny Okosuns – all top-shelf players who've clearly got their chops down in the groove department, but are also really willing to experiment with their sound as well! There's some hip spacey elements to the music – cool keyboards that weave in and out of the guitar and tighter rhythms – creating a sense of darkness that's totally great, even when things are still pretty funky. The structure of the tunes is far from familiar Afro Funk too – pretty offbeat and jagged – familiar rhythms one minute, then fresh ones the next! Titles include "Countrylove", "No One Cares", "Stone Funk", "Omo Oloro", and "You Only Live Once". CD
 
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New Max BruelCool Bruel ... LP
EmArcy, Mid 50s. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
One of Emarcy's excellent American releases of work by Swedish modernists of the 50s – in this case the quartet of Max Bruel, featuring Bruel on baritone, Bent Axen on piano, Jorgen Ryg on trumpet, Leif Sjoberg on bass, and William Schiopffe on drums. Bruel's got a tone that recalls a lot of Lars Gullin's playing at the time – and titles include "Garlic Wafer", "Mao Tse Tsonga", "Fine & Dandy", "Maxisme", and "Non Descript". LP, Vinyl record album
(Original drummer logo pressing. Cover has some oxidation on front, a center split on the top seam, and a light stain along the spine.)
 
 
 
 



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