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Jazz Alliance

 

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New Darrell Katz & The Jazz Composers Alliance OrchestWhy Do You Ride ... CD
Leo, 2014. Used ... $4.99
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New Caribbean Jazz ProjectAfro Bop Alliance ... CD
Heads Up, 2008. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
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(Barcode has a cutout hole.)
 
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Memo AcevedoBuildings Bridges ... CD
Jazz Alliance, 1993. Used ... $5.99
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(Out of print.)

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Benny Carter & Marian McPartlandMarian McPartland's Piano Jazz With Guest Benny Carter ... CD
Jazz Alliance, 1989. Used ... $9.99
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(Out of print.)

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Roy GersonThat Gerson Person ... CD
Jazz Alliance, 1991. Used ... $3.99
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(Booklet has a slight cut corner & promotional stamp on CD.)

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Lionel HamptonMarian McPartland's Piano Jazz – Conversation & Music As Heard On National Public Radio ... CD
Jazz Alliance, 1989. Used ... $2.99
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Marian McPartlandAmbiance ... CD
Jazz Alliance, 1970. Used ... $8.99
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(Out of print.)

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Marian McPartlandPlays The Music Of Alec Wilder ... CD
Jazz Alliance, 1973. Used ... $6.99
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(Out of print.)
 
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New Last ExitNoise Of Trouble ... CD
Enemy (Japan), 1986. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Why was it that the left end of jazz in the 80s often produced some of the most unexpected alliances? Perhaps it was because it was so tough to gig and earn on one own's creative vision that it made more sense to play together with other leaders. Or perhaps the dearth of really creative music in the mainstream made more avant players try to fill the void. Whatever the case, this album's a very typical batch of 80s avant – featuring the unlikely alliance of Peter Brotzmann, Bill Laswell, Ronald Shannon Jackson, and Sonny Sharrock, all playing with noisy whimsy on tracks like "Panzer Be Bop", "Blind Willie", "Straw Dog", and "Pig Cheese". CD
(Out of print.)

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New Stone AllianceStone Alliance (Japanese paper sleeve edition) ... CD
PM/Shout (Japan), 1976. New Copy ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
An amazing little group – and one of the real standouts in indie jazz during the 70s! Stone Alliance are a killer power trio made up of players who'd previously worked for Elvin Jones – and all three of them have inherited a frenzied sense of rhythm from Jones – and that great sharp edge he brought to his initial early recordings in the post-Coltrane years! But there's also a deeper sound going on here, too – a bit of funk, and definitely a bit of Latin in the percussion and basslines – which makes for these grooves that are as complicated as they are infectious – often given some sweet spiritual tones from the reeds on top! The lineup features Steve Grossman on tenor and soprano sax, Gene Perla on bass, and Don Alias on drums and percussion – all working together with tremendous energy, but a great focus too – always soulful, and never too jamming at all. Titles include the insane break track "Sweetie Pie", plus Stevie Wonder's "Creepin", "Duet", "King Tut", "Samba De Negro" and "Vaya Mulatto". CD
(Part of the Deep Jazz Reality series!)

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New Charles MingusClown ... LP
Atlantic, 1957. Used ... Out Of Stock
Stunning stuff – and one of the greatest Charles Mingus albums of all time – a true treasure recorded in that magical year of 1957, when Mingus was finally finding his strongest voice in modern music! The album's near-perfect from start to finish – as bold a statement in jazz as anyone might be allowed to make in the late 50s, yet still always focused, driven, and wrapped up with a tremendous sense of energy. The tracks are all quite long – perfect vehicles for Mingus to reach his full level of expression – played by a group that includes Curtis Porter on tenor and alto sax, Jimmy Knepper on trombone, Wade Legge on piano, and Dannie Richmond on drums – making an early appearance in his alliance with Mingus that would last for many many years. Titles include classic versions of "Haitian Fight Song", "Blue Cee", and "Reincarnation Of A Lovebird" – plus "The Clown", which features a long improvised monologue by Jean Shephard! LP, Vinyl record album
(Great Japanese pressing – with insert!)
 
 
 



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