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New Johnny HammondStorm Warning ... LP
Milestone, 1977. Very Good ... $3.99
Recorded after his classic work with Larry Mizell, and produced by Johnny himself, but still trying to be very much in the Mizell-sounding vein. The group includes Carol Kaye on guitar, Ron Carter on bass, Ndugu on drums, and Bill Summers on percussion – and while the album is as over-the-top fantastic as Johnny's Gears LP, it's still a nice batch of California funky fusion tracks. Titles include "Lonely Dreamer", "Lady Smooth", "California Lovers", and "Quiet Storm". LP, Vinyl record album
(Includes the printed inner sleeve. Cover has a promo stamp, some wear, a small split on the top seam, and remnants of a price sticker.)
 
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Otis ReddingEarly Sounds 1960 to 1962 (10 inch LP) ... LP
En Avant La Zizique (France), Early 60s. Near Mint- (reissue)... $19.99
A storming batch of pre-Stax singles by Otis Redding – cut in the first couple years of the 60s for Orbit, Confederate, Alshire, Gerald and other labels – and it's really nice stuff, mostly in a gritty early 60s R&B mode! The earliest ones were actually done with an LA combo called The Shooters – whose raw rhythm & blues backing and blazing sax are a fine backdrop for Redding's legendary southern soul voice. Other number were cut with an actual southern combo, the Pinetoppers – and it includes a couple solid instros by the group, with guitarist Johnny Jenkins in the lead. 8 tracks in all: a killer early version of "Shout Bamalama", "Fat Girl", "Love Twist", "She's Alright", "Getting Hip", "Gama Lama", "Tuff Enuff" and "Pinetop". LP, Vinyl record album

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New Gene AmmonsGene Ammons Story – The Organ Combos ... CD
Prestige, 1960s. Used ... Out Of Stock
Our favorite side of Gene Ammons' talents – summed up nicely in a 2LP set! Ammons wasn't the first tenor player to work with a Hammond organ, but once the format gained popularity, Gene made a wise move to take it up – and it became a pairing that forever defined the later years of his sound! The 2LP set brings together a nice blend of ballads, groovers, and funky tunes recorded for Prestige with organists Johnny Hammond Smith and Jack McDuff during the 60s – titles that include "Born To Be Blue", "Twistin The Jug", "In Sid's Thing", "Blue Room", "Water Jug", "Getting Around", "Angel Eyes", "Stormy Monday", "Velvet Soul", and "Down The Line". CD
 
 
 
 



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