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Late Bronze AgeOutside Looking Out ... LP
Landslide, 1980. Near Mint- .... $14.99
LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has light wear.)

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Royal BangsFlux Outside ... LP
Glassnote, 2011. Sealed 2LP Gatefold .... $9.99
LP, Vinyl record album
(Shrinkwrap has some tears.)

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New Count BasieInside Outside ... LP
Verve/VSP, Mid/Late 50s. Used .... Temporarily Out Of Stock
LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a cutout hole, small splits on the top and bottom seams, light staining along the opening, and a couple of other light stains.)

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New MandrillJust Outside Of Town ... LP
Polydor, 1973. Used .... Temporarily Out Of Stock
One of the best records ever by Mandrill – and a perfect balance between the looser jazzy spirituality of earlier albums, and the tighter (sometimes too tight) style of later ones. The band is incredibly tight on the funk tip – with lots of hard drums and guitars, and other sweet instruments floating in and out of the mix. Includes the great cut "Fat City Strut", with a nice intro that's been sampled by Schooly D, plus the cuts "Mango Meat", "Afrikus Retrospectus", and "Aspiration Flame". LP, Vinyl record album
(Missing the booklet. Cover has wear, aging, and some splitting.)
Also available Just Outside Of Town ... LP 9.99
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New Al HibblerMonday Every Day – Al Hibbler Sings The Blues ... LP
Reprise, 1961. Very Good .... $3.99
Vocalist Al Hibbler gets some of the coolest backings of his career – some great arrangements from the young Gerald Wilson, who makes the music swing in ways that Al never got back in the 50s! The tune's got a sharp, soulful sparkle that really comes from Wilson's great charts – inventive use of instrumentation and timings that work perfectly with that amazing Hibbler voice – easily one of the most impressive male jazz modes of the postwar years, but not always given a setting this great! Hibbler's sense of personality and phrasing comes through wonderfully – and there's a mature sophistication to the record that's really marvelous – a vibe that's more late 60s than you'd expect from the date. Titles include "Don't Take Your Love From Me", "When The Sun Comes Out", "You Of All People", "Dinner For One Please James", and "Laughing On The Outside". LP, Vinyl record album
(White label promo. Cover has masking tape on the seams, a rip on the spine, a bit of pen, a promo sticker, and WGN letters on the back.Label has a sticker.)

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Eric KlossNow ... LP
Muse, 1978. Sealed .... $1.99
Eric Kloss is in some very cool company here – a group with hip Mike Nock on keyboards, bringing some sweet electric sounds to the set! Kloss plays both alto and tenor, but Nock's presence on the record really helps shape the sound – not nearly as outside as we sometimes hear in Mike's work, and instead a laidback and soulful groove that's almost a 70s equivalent to some of Kloss' work with organ in the 60s. Other players include Mike Richmond on bass, Jimmy Madison on drums, and Efrain Toro on cowbell ("more cowbell"!) – and titles include "Autumn Blue", "Hey Hey Whatta You Say", "Booga Wooga Woman", "Morning Song", and "We Are Together". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a cutout notch.)

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MomentsMoments Greatest Hits (Stang 1004 – portrait cover) ... LP
Stang, Early 70s. Very Good .... $6.99
Although billed as a "greatest hits", this record was less a collection of album-worn filler, than an essential early set that brought together some of the singles that had given the Moments unexpected fame in the early 70s. The album ranks as one of their first full ones for Stang – and this early use of "greatest hits" packaging is something that was often done for groups that had scored big with indie singles (and one of Kool & The Gang's early albums, the gold-covered Greatest Hits, is strong proof of that.) There's a total of 10 tracks, and they're all tasty harmony soul numbers like "Sunday", "Not On the Outside", "I'm So Lost", "Where", and "Love On A Two-Way Street". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has some wear, splitting on the bottom seam, a small split on the top seam, and some pen.)

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Sun RaWhat's New – Sub Underground Series (Saturn 752) ... LP
Saturn, Early 60s/1975. Very Good- .... $139.99
One of the more unusual albums in the Sun Ra discography – a bit confusing, due to a similar title to others! Side one is older vintage – and features surprisingly great takes on "What's New" and "Autumn In New York", played by a small group with Ra on a slightly off-tune upright piano and John Gilmore on some mighty soulful tenor! Side two is later, and more outside – with a very long passage of ensemble work – which begins with some haunting chants of "space is the place", "my brother the wind", and other lyrics from other Ra tunes. LP, Vinyl record album
(Black and silver El Saturn label, with matrix number 52375.)

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Jiri Stivin & Rudolf DasekTandem ... LP
Supraphon (Czechoslovakia), 1975. Very Good+ .... $2.99
Cool duets between Czech reedman Jiri Stivin and guitarist Rudolf Dasek – a set with a lot fuller feel than you might expect! The work is straight, and never too outside – and although there's no drums or bass in the performance, there's an inherently rhythmic sensibility to most numbers – that modal sort of style that Stivin always brings to his reeds, especially on 70s recordings like this! Jiri plays alto, soprano, flute, and a bit of recorder – and there's a dynamic energy to the record that's really wonderful. Titles include "What's Your Theme", "Puzzle Game", "Fiddle Flowers", "Hey Man", and "Shepherd Song". LP, Vinyl record album
(Original pressing.)

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Brandi WellsWatch Out ... LP
WMOT, 1981. Near Mint- .... $4.99
Warmly wonderful soul from Brandi Wells – a singer with a great talent for midtempo and slow-stepping groovers – as you'll hear on some of the key tracks in this set! The album's a nice batch of later Philly soul – with sophisticated arrangements from Dexter Wansel that bring in some spacey touches on some of the gentler tracks – creating a seductive sound and nice degree of depth, showing Brandi to be a singer who goes way beyond just catchy club tracks. Titles include "Fantasy", "I Hate To See You Go", "Watch Out", "What Goes Around Comes Around", "I Love You", "You Are My Life", "Standing On The Outside", and "Falling In Love". LP, Vinyl record album
(Includes the printed inner sleeve.)

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Ray Charles & Betty CarterRay Charles & Betty Carter ... LP
ABC, 1961. Very Good .... Just Sold Out!
A classic album of soul duets – and one of the deeper records cut by Betty during the 60s! The arrangements are by the great Marty Paich, and although there's some singers in the background, the overall sound is still pretty nice and soulful. Betty's high voice works well with Ray's raspy low one – especially on their classic duet version of "Baby, It's Cold Outside". Other tracks include "For All We Know", "Every Time We Say Goodbye", "Side By Side", and "You & I". LP, Vinyl record album
(Black label stereo pressing. Cover has light wear.)

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New Terumasa HinoLive ... LP
Three Blind Mice (Japan), 1973. Used .... Temporarily Out Of Stock
One of the boldest and most powerful 70s albums we've heard from trumpeter Terumasa Hino – a live date that rivals the sharp edges and strong lines of his similar album for Enja at the time! The tracks here are all quite long, and mostly show a freely exploratory Hino – one who's far more experimental than the smoother artist that emerged later in his electric years – and a player with a tremendous range of sounds on the trumpet! Other players include Mikio Masuda on piano and Motohiko Hino on drums – and the album features 2 long tracks that go quite outside, "Stella By Starlight" and "Be & Know" – plus a more lyrical version of "Sweet Lullaby". LP, Vinyl record album
Also available Live (Japanese paper sleeve edition) ... CD 28.99

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New Mamas & PapasDeliver ... LP
Dunhill, 1967. Used .... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Wonderfully dark harmonies from The Mamas & The Papas – one of those amazing late 60s albums from the group that was pop on the outside, but something very else underneath – a wonderful blend of modes that was hardly duplicated this well again! There's a slightly spooky feel to some of the music – even their leadoff cover of "Dedicated To The One I Love", which has an eerie quality that's way different than any previous readings – possibly a hint of the trouble between the group members – although maybe that's reading too much into it! Whatever the case, though – there's a special magic here that goes way beyond any understanding of the group you may have from oldies radio, and the set features some great original compositions by the young John Phillips too. Titles include "Creeque Alley", "Boys & Girls Together", "Look Through My Window", "Sing For Your Supper", "Free Advice", "Did You Ever Want To Cry", and "String Man". LP, Vinyl record album
(Stereo pressing. Cover has light wear.)

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New MomentsMoments Greatest Hits (2LP version) ... LP
Stang, 1977. Used 2LP .... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A classic 70's double LP that includes all of the Moments' great hits for the Stang label from earlier in the decade. The record's got 2LPs worth of classic harmony vocals – and a track list that includes "Not On The Outside", "Nine Times", "What's Your Name", "Just Because He Wants To Make Love", "I'm So Lost", "Sexy Mama", "Sunday", "I Do", "To You With Love", "Girls", "Love On A Two Way Street", "With You", and lots lots more! The gatefold also includes cool mock-ups of letters from the group members – written on stationary embossed with each of their zodiac signs! LP, Vinyl record album
(80s pressing. Cover has ring & edge wear, and an address sticker.)

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New PharaohsIn The Basement ... LP
Luv N' Haight/Ubiquity, Early 70s. Used .... Temporarily Out Of Stock
The great Luv N' Haight album of unreleased material by the legendary Chicago soul jazz group Pharaohs – heavy with live tracks that serve as a vital document of the group outside the studio setting of their lone original album! There's 5 long tracks here, 4 of them recorded live, and an unreleased gem from the Awakening sessions. Standouts include is a spacey version of "People Make The World Go Round", and the long extended drum suite that closes – but it's excellent throughout. Other titles include "Pharaohs Love Y'All", which is a stellar funk jam, plus "African Roots". Nice heavy vinyl, too. Essential! LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a bit of light wear on the spine.)

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New Pieces Of A DreamJoyride ... LP
Manhattan, 1986. Used .... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A mid 80s hit for Pieces of a dream – moving here a lot farther from their roots as a smooth fusion soul ensemble. The album's got production by Lenny White and Maurice White – both of them working in the more electronic style that infused their own soul work as the 80s progressed. The style's not a bad one for the group, but we have to admit that we miss the warm soul of earlier albums. Titles include "Say La La", "Outside In", "Winning Streak", "Sunshine", "Joy Ride", and "I Can Give You What You Want". LP, Vinyl record album

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New VariousCartagena! – Curro Fuentes & The Big Band Cumbia & Descarga Sound Of Colombia 1962 to 1972 (plus download) ... LP
Soundway (UK), 1960s/Early 70s. Used 2LP Gatefold .... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Cumbia, descarga and hard salsa-inspired sounds from Colombia – more specifically, the coastal town of Cartagena – a great set material produced by Jose Maria "Curro" Fuentes! Fuentes was the youngest son of the family that founded Colombia's Discos Fuentes label – and went to produce for his own Discos Curros imprint and at Phillips – taking a hands on approach to the production, bringing a focus on live style, vibrant sounds that could drive dancefloors along the coast. Cartagena! features amazing stuff that's been little heard outside of the South America – rare LP and 7" numbers by Clodomiro Montes Y El Super Comb Curro, Rosendo Martinez Y Su Orcuesta, Los Seven Del Swing, Alexa Acosta Y Su Orquesta and many more – compiled by Roberto Gyemant with assistence from Colombian music devotee and resident Will "Quantic" Holland and Soundway's Miles Cleret. Titles include "Me Voy Pa'La Costa" by Rosendo Y Su Banda, "El Alegron" by Rosendo Martinez Y Su Orquestra, "Santa Marta Cumbia" by Cantina Y Su Combo, "Honolulu" by El Gran Ramancito Y El Super Combo Curro, "Celoso" by Los Seven Del Swing, "La Gozadera" by Alex Acosta Y Su Orquestra and more. Vinyl includes one exclusive bonus track: "El Corronchon-Chon" by Pipe Guarin Y Sus Sabaneros. LP, Vinyl record album

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New Art BlakeyParis Concert ... LP
Epic, 1958. Used .... Out Of Stock
An excellent live set by the Jazz Messengers – recorded in Paris in 1958, but with a hard heavy groove that's right up there with their best Blue Note work. The group at this time – Blakey, Bobby Timmons, Lee Morgan, Benny Golson, and Jymie Merritt – plays hard, heavy, and straight ahead, with no other interference from outside players – and the track list is a batch of classic Jazz Messenger standards, stretched out a bit longer than usual, with plenty of solo space! Titles include "Moanin", "Justice", "Are You Real", and "I Remember Clifford". LP, Vinyl record album
(Original yellow label pressing. Cover has a bit of splitting.)

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New Herbie HancockQuartet ... LP
CBS, 1982. Used 2LP .... Out Of Stock
Acoustic magic from Herbie Hancock – proof that he wasn't only cutting electro records in the 80s! The set's got a fluid, open feel that's a bit like some of the VSOP Quintet work – although the group here is slightly different, with Hancock on acoustic piano, Ron Carter on bass, and Tony Williams on drums – plus a young Wynton Marsalis on trumpet – stepping in where Wayne Shorter and Freddie Hubbard left off. The tracks are somewhat sharp-edged and modern, but never in a way that's too outside – more just a continuation of the VSOP mode, with some of the Marsalis love of darker colors and tones. The double-length set has plenty of room for long solos – and titles include "Well You Needn't", "Round Midnight", "Clear Ways", "A Quick Sketch", "The Eye Of The Hurricane", "Parade", "The Sorcerer", "Pee Wee", and "I Fall In Love Too Easily". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has light wear.)

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New Little Anthony & The ImperialsBest Of Little Anthony & The Imperials ... LP
Veep, Mid 60s. Used .... Out Of Stock
Anthony and crew were one of the few groups who actually got better when they moved from the raw indie scene to the slicker major label one – as you'll hear perfectly on this set of some of their best work for the Veep/DCP/United Artists label. Teddy Randazzo handled all the arrangments and production, and his breathy uptown style works perfectly with the band's soulful harmonies. Titles include "Hurt So Bad", "I'm On The Outside (Looking In)", "Our Song", "Get Out Of My Life", and "Going Out Of My Head". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a sticker along the opening.)

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New Charles LloydForest Flower ... LP
Atlantic, 1966. Used Gatefold .... Out Of Stock
A famous album – but for good reason! The set's something of a landmark in spiritual jazz from the 60s – and it features a classic live performance from Charles Lloyd, recorded at the Monterey Jazz Festival – almost as a distillation and popularization of ideas that were brewing in the music of John Coltrane, Eric Dolphy, and others! The group here features a young Keith Jarrett on piano, Cecil McBee on bass, and Jack DeJohnette on drums – all flowing magnificently with Lloyd's work on tenor and flute – in an open-ended groove that draws on modal rhythms for inspiration, and which features solos that stretch out, but never go "outside"! The classic performances of "Forest Flower" takes up all of side one – with a dreamy drifting quality that has Jarrett at his best – and side two features a version of his "Sorcery", plus McBee's "Song Of Her", and a version of "East Of The Sun". LP, Vinyl record album
(Green & blue label pressing. Cover has a small tear in the opening and initials in marker inside the gatefold.)

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New Love UnlimitedUnder The Influence Of Love Unlimited ... LP
20th Century, 1973. Used .... Out Of Stock
Great stuff from the girls who first put Barry White on the map! The record is the group's second – and by this point, Barry had developed that tight snapping drum sound that made his orchestral albums work so well. You'll hear it to good effect on most songs on the LP, which have a great groove that's in the best Barry White mode of the 70s – but which kind of dominates the girls' vocals a bit. Not that anyone should complain that much, as it's the overall package that's always made Barry's albums sound so great – but we do wonder how the group felt when they had to sit out the first track, which was the instrumental "Love's Theme", a song that went onto become Barry's biggest song ever, and which probably sold the album a lot more than the vocal tracks. Still, you can hardly detect a note of disharmony – and the album soars from track to track, through titles like "Under The Influence Of Love", "Say It Again", "Yes, We Finally Made It", and "It May Be Winter Outside". LP, Vinyl record album

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New Shirley Scott & Kenny BurrellTravelin' Light ... LP
Prestige, 1964. Used .... Out Of Stock
Kenny Burrell joins the trio of organist Shirley Scott for this sweet little album – a set that seems to burn a bit more than usual for Shirley, probably because of the cool-toned guitar lines from Kenny! The album's got the same laid back feel as other Scott albums of the time, but Burrell really digs in during his solos – adding a bit more bite, and inspiring Shirley to do the same on her own Hammond lines. Bass is by Eddie Khan and drums are by Otis Finch – and titles include "Solar", "The Kerry Dance", "They Call It Stormy Monday", "Nice N Easy", and "Baby It's Cold Outside". LP, Vinyl record album
(Blue label pressing. Cover has a bit of light wear and a couple of light stains.)

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New VariousDetroit Gold Vol 1 ... LP
Solid Smoke, Mid 60s. Used .... Out Of Stock
Nice sampler of 60s Detroit soul produced by the fantastic Ollie McLaughlin, and released as singles under a variety of labels, including Moira, Karen and Carla. This set does a great job of showcasing the excellent rhythm and blues that was getting released by artists outside Berry Gordy's stable, 15 numbers in all, including "Hello Stranger" by Barbara Lewis, "My Magic Corner", "That's When I'll Stop Loving You" and "You Do Your Thing" by Belita Woods, "Buy Now & Pay Later" by the Firestones, "Ooh Baby" and "Love Makes The World Go 'Round" by Deon Jackson, "Hey Love" by Betty Lavette, "The Reason Why" by the Four Pros, "Take A Little Time To Tell Her" and "If I Only Knew" by Jimmy Soul Clark, and "Why Can't It Be" by the Compacts. LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a mark from price sticker removal, and some light wear.)

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New BloodstoneBloodstone's Greatest Hits ... LP
T Neck, 1985. Used .... Out Of Stock
A sweet little collection of work by this seminal 70s vocal group. The set is issued on Tneck, but it features many tunes from the group's earlier London recordings. Titles include "Natural High", "That's Now How It Goes", "Traffic Cop", "Outside Woman", "Do You Wanna Do A Thing", and "Give Me Your Heart". LP, Vinyl record album
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Circuit RiderCircuit Rider ... LP
Circuit Rider, 1980. Near Mint- (reissue).... $9.99
Dark and moody folk-psych from the American underground – a record once included on a list of "Top Ten Records Most Likely To Be Owned By A Serial Killer"! We're not sure if the set's as nasty as that might imply – as there's actually a heartfelt, almost earnest quality to the vocals – a slightly bluesy undercurrent, mixed with acoustic and electric guitar riffs – and almost spoken at times – or maybe not spoken, kind of "exclaimed" – as if the lyrics were coming to singer Thorn Oehrig right at the time he was recording them! All this makes for a great sense of reflection on the record – quite different than the posturing you might normally get on such a record – especially given that some of the tunes get really tripped out, with some really weird guitar parts. The set was recorded in 1980, but really feels like some lost biker psyche outsider set from the late 60s or early 70s – with heavy themes of drugs, death, and loneliness – all recorded with a rough-edged quality that further underscores the feelings in the music. Titles include "Limousine Ride", "Billy Bad Billy", "Red Dog", "Old Charlie Polecat", "Old Time Feeling", "How Long", and "Just For Today". LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited version pressed up with heavy vinyl and cover!)