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Michael Longo, Joe Farrell, Ron Carter, Randy BrecEuropa Jazz ... LP
Europa Jazz (Italy), 1981. Very Good Gatefold ... $0.99
LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has light wear and aging. Labels have some pen.)

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Aldemaro Romero Y Su Onda NuevaToma Lo Que Te Ofreci – Desde Europa ... LP
CBS, 1974. New Copy (reissue)... $9.99
An obscure 70s gem from Aldemaro Romero and his Onda Nueva – very much in the mode of his best 60s work, but with a warmer, smoother 70s sort of feel! The album features Aldemaro on electric piano and organ – and the grooves all have a lightly skipping feel that's a bit bossa, a bit Italian soundtrack, and all groovy all the way! Lyrics are in Spanish this time around, but the lovely presentation of the material gets past any language barrier at all. Titles include "De Repente", "Toma Lo Que TE Ofreci", "De Polo A Polo", "Maracucha", "Cimarron", and "La Caracola". LP, Vinyl record album
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UszturuAz Oregeke ... CD
Folk Europa (Hungary), 2004. Used ... $6.99
(Out of print.)
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VariousShowa 64 – A Definitive Compilation Of House, Soul, Jazz, Downbeat, & Abstract Beats Full Of Eastern Promise From 1975-1998 ... CD
Disorient/Mr Bongo (UK), Mid 70s/1980s/1990s. Used 2CD ... $11.99
Not really a funk compilation, but a sparkling batch of rare tracks from Japan – most of which were never issued in the west! The folks at Mr. Bongo put this set together with the aid of their operatives in Tokyo, and its one of the freshest we've heard in a long time. Most of the tracks are of more recent vintage, and include work by Japanese artists we do stock at times – like Ryuichi Sakamoto ("Riot In Lagos"), Pizzicato 5 ("Porno 3003"), Monday Michiru (in a remixed version of Disco Dub Band's "For The Love Of Money"), DJ Krush (doing a remix of "Shangri-la of the Europa" by Sugiza), and U.F.O. ("Off Road – Karafuto Remix"). Other stuff's of stranger variety – like the wild comedy bits by Snakeman Show, who are actually YMO under another name, doing hilarious parodies of English speaking people! Other tracks include "Speak Low" by Anne Young & Yuji Ohno Trio, "Sound Sniper In Sri Lanka" by World Famous, "Mic Check" by Cornelius, "Osorezan" by Kiyoshi Yamaya, and "Time & Days" by Crue-l Grand Orchestra. Lots of variety, a lovely package, superb notes, and a strikling mad batch of tracks that surprised us to no end! CD
(Out of print.)

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Konrad ElfersFuneral In Berlin ... CD
RCA/Intrada, 1967. New Copy ... Around December 1, 2014
Obscure soundtrack to this dark spy thriller that starred Michael Caine – filmed in the years before his role in Get Carter, and pivotal to the development of the colder side of Caine. The score by Konrad Elfers is mostly pretty serious – with slow, moody passages of sound, almost in the style of some of Morricone's more somber work from the early 70s. A few cuts are a bit more upbeat and jazz, like "Puppets", the main theme – but most of the album is pretty mellow. Titles include "The Funeral", "Fate Of Two Pawns", "Skating Rendezvous At Europa Centre", "Palmer Meets Samantha", and "Checkpoint Charlie". Plus, the cover features Michael Caine in one of his hard spooky poses – the way he looks right before he's going to kill somebody! CD