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John ColtraneDial Africa (French pressing) ... LP
Savoy/Musidisc (France), 1958. Very Good .... $8.99
French issue of some of Coltrane's groundbreaking recordings for Savoy from the late 50s – recorded in the company of a super-hip sextet with Wilbur Harden on trumpet, and done in a way so that the tracks open up nice and long, in strong modal grooves that point the way towards 'Trane's later work in the 60s. Three long tracks – "Gold Coast", "Dial Africa", and "Oomba". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a bit of light wear, with some staining along the bottom and on the back.)

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New Steely DanCountdown To Ecstasy ... LP
ABC, 1973. Very Good+ .... Just Sold Out!
Superb work from Steely Dan – and a record that really shows them hitting perfection in the studio! The core sound of this one's jazzier than before – with some great help on instrumentation from Victor Feldman, Lanny Morgan, Bill Perkins, and other west coast jazzers – all helping the group sound great on some of the tightest tracks ever written by the team of Becker and Fagan! Ecstasy is definitely in reach with the sound of this set – a sublime effort all the way through that really set a whole new standard in 70s rock! Includes classics like "Bodhisattva", "Your Gold Teeth", "My Old School", and "Show Biz Kids". LP, Vinyl record album
(Original pressing.)

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New Kay-GeesKilowatt ... LP
De-Lite, 1978. Used .... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Not as hard and funky as the early stuff – with that disco sound that was dominating the De-Lite imprint at the time – but also not too bad, as the groove is in a fast funk mode, with plenty of real instrumentation, in that tight east coast studio mode of the mid 70s. Includes their "Kay-Gee's Theme Song", plus "Fat Daddy", "Celestial Vibrations", "Space Disco", and 2 versions of the title track "Kilowatt". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a gold promo stamp.)

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New Rare GemsMillion Dollar Disco ... LP
California Gold, 1978. Used .... Out Of Stock
A great little west coast disco combo – one that's got equal parts soul and club in the mix, and who are working here in a nicely rough indie mode that's a contrast to east coast efforts at the time. The feel here is almost that of a fuller soul record with slight disco arrangements added in – done in the style that many of the eastern groups were using in the first few years of disco, before the genre had become a bit more codified and overblown. Tracks are all longish, and vocals are by either Debra or Charles Givings. Titles include "Music Is For Dancing", "I Like Disco Music", "Disco Jam", "Love's Hall Of Fame", "You've Got My Love", and "Million Dollar Disco". And are these the same guys who went on to record for Casablanca as Rare Gems Odyssey? LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a cut corner, light wear, and a large name in marker.)
 
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Elmer BernsteinStaccato ... LP
Capitol, 1959. Very Good .... $11.99
A great lost crime jazz soundtrack – penned by Elmer Bernstein in the style of some of his best work from the 50s! There's a real Man With The Golden Arm feel here – as the orchestra rises and falls in a mode matching the Staccato title – and solos break out with a fluid and brazen sort of feel – plenty of jazz to show the west coast origin of the recording! Players include Don Fagerquist and Pete Candoli on trumpets, Dick Nash on trombone, Ted Nash and Dave Pell on saxes, John Williams on piano, and Barney Kessell on guitar. The show itself is pretty darn cool – and starred a young John Cassavetes as detective Johnny Staccato – a role that supposedly gave Cassavetes enough money to shoot the film Shadows in his free time! Great all the way through – with tracks that include "Staccato's Theme", "Thinking Of Baby", "Poi & Juice", "Deadly Game", "Night Mood", "Jazz At Waldo's", "Like Having Fun", and "MacDougal Street Special". LP, Vinyl record album
(Rainbow label pressing. Cover has mostly split seams, light wear, and a bit of aging.)

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Ohio PlayersOhio Players Gold ... LP
Mercury, 1976. Very Good Gatefold .... $2.99
It's the mid 70s, and the Ohio Players were certainly turning out a lot of gold! Their move to Mercury Records from the smaller indie Westbound was a real winning move – as it gave them a smoother soul feel that only expanded their groove, not restricted it! This tasty "best of" set features most of their top work from those years – with killer tunes that include "Love Rollercoaster", "Fire", "Skin Tight", "Who'd She Coo?", and the great "Sweet Sticky Thing"! LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has some wear, a couple of small stains, and a bit of pen on the back.)

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New Emitt RhodesMirror ... LP
Dunhill, 1971. Used Gatefold .... Out Of Stock
One of the best records that Emitt Rhodes cut on his own after leaving The Merry Go Round – a slightly rough blend of rock, folk, and dimmed sunny pop influences – and a perfect document of the waning light of the west coast scene at the turn of the 70s. There's almost a boozy feel to the work – Rhodes' vocals a little scratchy, and the songs honestly plucked out like some of Nilsson's more intimate work – touched with occasionally more expansive instrumentation. Titles include "Side We Seldom Show", "Mirror", "Really Wanted You", "My Love Is Strong", "Better Side Of Life", "Love Will Stone You", and "Golden Child Of God". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a cutout hole, some wear, and a crease near the top right corner.)
 
 
 



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