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Ahmed Abdullah's Dispersions Of The Spirit Of RaTraveling The Spaceways ... CD
Planet Arts, 2004. Used ... $9.99
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Vanguard Jazz OrchestraWay – Music Of Slide Hampton ... CD
Planet Arts, 2003. Used ... $8.99
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New Vanguard Jazz OrchestraUp From The Skies – Music Of Jim McNeely ... CD
Planet Arts, 2006. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
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New Ted Rosenthal & Bob BrookmeyerOne Night In Vermont ... CD
Planet Arts, 2003. Used ... Out Of Stock
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Diga Rhythm BandDiga ... CD
Round/Shout Factory, 1976. Used ... $2.99
One of Mickey Hart's first forays into the world music genre – and way way better than his later Planet Drum recordings! The Grateful Dead's drummer plays with, and produces, an all-percussion ensemble that includes tablas, marimbas, talking drums, timbales, and congas. All the melody parts are handled by marimba, vibes and talking drums, but there does seem to be some overdubbed guitar on a couple tracks – and although the rhythms are firmly rock-based and the group is quite large, there's a lot of spacious moments and atmosphere in the polyrhythmic grooves – more than enough so to give the record strong appeal to listeners with more globally-tuned ears. 5 tracks in all, most fairly long – "Sweet Sixteen", "Magnificent Sevens", "Razooli", "Tal Mala", and "Happiness Is Drumming". CD
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New OutkastStankonia ... LP
LaFace, 2000. Near Mint- 2LP ... $24.99
Probably the most hyped hip hop album by rock critics of the last decade – but don't hold that against Stankonia, because these ghetto grooves from planet P-Funk were exactly what the world needed in 2000! The millenium blowout party jam feel throughout is surely a nice change of pace from all the doom and gloom out there, but they still manage to spit out enough reality to keep things feeling true – particularly in the playful battle of the sexes showdowns. Dre, Big Boi and Organized Noize continue to innovate, even if they are at the top of the charts! Tracks include "Gasoline Dreams", "So Fresh, So Clean", "Ms. Jackson", "Spaghetti Junction", "I'll Call Before I Come" featuring Gangsta Boo & Eco, "B.O.B.", "Xplosion" featuring B-Real, "We Luv Deez Hoez", "Humble Mumble" featuring Erykah Badu, "Red Velvet", "Gangsta Sh*t", "Toilet Tisha" "Slum Beautiful", and "Stankonia (Stanklove)". LP, Vinyl record album
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Strong Arm Steady & Statik SelektahStereotype ... CD
Stones Throw, 2012. Used ... $4.99
Strong Arm Steady's second full length for Stones Throw – this time featuring production by Statik Slektah – and it's among the best of the veteran unit's best records to date! Strong Arm Steady seem to have really hit a strong stride when working as a core trio – and the tight Statik Selektah production gives them a cohesive vibe that's sorely lacking in too many contemporary hip hop albums. Solid stuff from veterans – who are coming off with the energy of hungry upstarts. Includes "Truth Of The Truth", "Premium", "Forever" feat Chace Infinite, "On My Job" feat Skeme, "LA Blues" feat Planet Asia and Tri-State, "Classic", "Through The Motions" feat David Banner and Fiend, "Back On Up", "Outta Control" with Reks, "Smoke On" with Dom Kennedy and Baby D and more. CD

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New June PointerBaby Sister (with bonus track) ... CD
Big Break (UK), 1983. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A sweet solo set from Pointer Sister June – stepping out here on her own, but with a groove that's right up there with her family group's classics for Planet Records! As with those sets, Richard Perry is at the helm here – giving the set a nice mix of class and groove, with perhaps a bit more focus on the sort of sophisticated numbers that work best for June's wide-ranging vocals! And in fact, there's an overall feel here that's a tad less commercial than the Pointer Sisters – still plenty of catchy tunes, to be sure, but maybe not as obvious a move right for the charts. Titles include "Always", "Ready For Some Action", "I Will Understand", "To You My Love", "New Love True Love", and "You Can Do It". Also features a bonus track – a single version of "Ready For Some Action". CD

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New VariousDiggin' P-Vine – Planet Funk Mixed By DJ Muro ... CD
P-Vine (Japan), 2013. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
DJ Muro normally mixes it up with classic funk and soul – but this time around, he's turned his mighty talents to a host of contemporary tracks from the deep funk underground – work from labels like Timmion, Record Kicks, and other hip indies – woven together here in a totally great blend of heavy drums and raw funky instrumentation! The tracks are all great on their own – but Muro's work really shows us what the right sort of DJ can do with the material – lining up the best breaks and tightest riffs – to come up with a stunning tapestry of sound that's even better than the sum of its funky parts! Tracks include "Soul Investigators Theme" by Nicole Willis & The Soul Investigators, "Kool & The Gang" by Speedometer, "Truck Turner" by Undercover Express, "Purification (parts 1 & 2)" by Funkshone, "Pambiche" by New Cool Collective, "Midnight Feast Of Jazz" by Nick Pride & The Pimptones, "The Ghetto There's No Way Out" by The Soul Immigrants, "With Time" by Katzuma, "Got To Let My Feelings Show" by Bluey, "Stompin Joe" by Mountain Mocha Kilimanjaro, and "Break The Fast" by Eddie Roberts West Coast Sounds. 24 tracks – and 70 minutes of music! CD
 
 
 



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