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New Sonny ForriestTuff Pickin ... LP
Decca, Early 60s. Very Good- ... $11.99
A lost groover from this obscure soul jazz guitarist – recorded with some pretty interesting backing, and a firey guitar style that makes us wish he'd recorded more! The record sports two main groups backing up Forriest's guitar – one with Ernie Hayes on organ, Bernard Purdie on drums, Willie Rodriguez on conga, and Albert Winston on bass; the other with Grachan Moncur on trombone, Frank Haynes on tenor, Charles Davis on baritone, and Leo Morris on drums. Sonny's guitar work is right out front – very complicated and bluesy, mostly single-note plucked, in the manner of Grant Green, but with a lot more inflection on the strings. Titles include "Minor Blast", "My Soul Is Happy", "Mashin It", "Steppin", "Miss Dee McC", and "Bitter With The Sweet". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has some staple holes in one corner, a couple of light scratches, and a couple of small stains and an ink stamp on the back.)

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David MurrayMurray's Steps ... CD
Black Saint (Italy), 1983. Used ... $9.99
One of the greatest gifts of the Soul Note label was the way that it could take sessions with avant-oriented players, and make them turn out straighter jazz material – but with a really nice edge! This session's a perfect example of that legacy – as it features David Murray at the head of a great group that includes Butch Morris on cornet, Bobby Bradford on trumpet, Henry Threadgill on alto and flute, Craig Harris on trombone, Curtis Clark on piano, Wilber Morris on bass, and Steve McCall on drums – all players who can usually improvise pretty freely, but who here work in a straighter, swinging mode that's totally great! There's still plenty of sharp edges in the record – odd twists and turns that really keep things offbeat, even though straight – and titles are extended Murray compositions that include "Sing Song", "Flowers For Albert", and "Murray's Steps". CD
(Out of print.)

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New Paul RutherfordGheim – Live At Bracknell 1983 (LP sleeve edition) ... CD
Emanem (UK), 1983. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Tremendous trombone from the great Paul Rutherford – an album of long tracks that really let you get to hear how incredible he can be when he's at his best! The material features Rutherford on trombone – stretching out in a trio with Paul Rogers on bass and Nigel Morris on drums – blowing with amazing tones, shapes, and sounds – at a level that easily rivals Roswell Rudd or Albert Mangelsdorff at their best – and with a similar sense of humanity that we find in both of those musicians. Titles include "Gheim 1" and "Gheim 2" – both live tracks – plus studio material, "Brandak", "Crontak", and "Prindalf". CD