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New Tania MariaTania Maria Live ... LP
Accord (France), 1978. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
In the years before she came to America, and turned into a slickly-produced Brazilian fusion diva, Tania Maria was living in France, and recording some great material with a much more stripped-down feel than her later recordings. This great album from the late 70s features a very nice batch of live material, recorded in Cophenhagen, with some great long tracks that have a fast bossa style and Tania's jazzy breezy vocals firmly in place. The album's tough to find on this side of the Atlantic – and includes the cuts "Mr. & Mrs.", "Carona", "O Que E Amar", and "Pingas Da Vida". LP, Vinyl record album
 
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Manfredo FestManifestations ... LP
Tabu, 1979. Very Good+ ... $19.99
An incredible batch of Brazilian fusion – cut by keyboardist Manfredo Fest, and one of the few records he ever waxed in the US during the 70s! The record mixes Fest's soaring Brazilian groove with a tight soulful set of arrangements by Jerry Peters – a bit club-oriented, with a similar sound to some of the other records on the Tabu label at the time, but always sensitive to Fest's playing and writing – especially his Brazilian roots! The record features wonderful vocals by Roberta Davis – a very soulful singer who had a hip wordless style that was similar to Tania Maria's at the time – breezy, scatting, and very nice. Her work really makes the record sparkle, working perfectly with Fest's jazzy electric keyboards in a perfect way! Titles include "Jungle Kitten", "Koko & Leeroe", "Arigo", and "Who Needs It". LP, Vinyl record album
(White label promo. Cover has a radio station tracklist sticker, a promo stamp, a small sticker, and a few strips of clear tape.)
 
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CanteloubeNew Songs Of The Auvergne – Chants Des Pays Basques/Chants Paysans – Netania Davrath/Gershon Kingsley ... LP
Vanguard, Late 60s. Sealed ... $4.99
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Oneness Of JujuElectric Juju Nation ... LP
Name Brand Records, Early 80s. Very Good ... $38.99
An obscure release that compiles tracks from a number of different sessions by this legendary American soul jazz combo. The tracks are less soul jazz oriented than their records from the mid 70's, and much more oriented towards their big club sound from the early 80's. Plunky's still in the group on sax, and they're joined here by Virtania Tillery, who sings vocals on a number of cuts. There's some nice groovers on here, including "Plastic Is Easy To See Through", issued here for the first time, plus "Get Your Head Together", and "Be About The Future". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has some light wear, but vinyl is nice.)

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VariousWarfaring Strangers – Darkscorch Canticles ... LP
Numero, 1970s. Near Mint- 2LP Gatefold ... $19.99
A really tremendous batch of dark-themed tunes from the American underground of the 70s – a treasure trove of under-discovered acts who were all inspired by the deeper brooding of the Led Zep and Black Sabbath generation! Unlike later manifestations from the indie scene, the work here isn't really heavy metal – and instead has this more complex approach – ready and able to spin out their own tales and stories in the space of a full length concept album, guided by their own unique myths and mysteries – even though most of these tracks only ever saw the light of day on 7" singles, as the bands mostly never got the chance to serve up a full-length set. Leave it to Numero to do a perfect job of bringing this underground together through their vivid notes and great images for the set – and no surprise, there's some occasional funky touches on a few of the tunes – especially on the drums. This is the kind of stuff the stoners in your high school wish they were hip enough to know about – and titles include "Warlord" by Wrath, "Twelve O'Clock Satanial" by Air, "Sealed In A Grave" by Triton Warrior, "Dark Days" by Space Rock, "Sweet Child" by Gorgon Medusa, "Cry For The Newborn" by Hellstorm, "Tasmania" by Stoned Mace, and "Seance" by Wizard. LP, Vinyl record album
(Includes the booklet.)
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New Bonzo Dog Doo Dah BandGorilla ... LP
Imperial, 1967. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
The insane debut of the Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band – an amazing late 60s Brit ensemble who were almost to music what Monty Python were to TV! This first effort by the group is a mad array of sounds and styles that come together with a great sense of play and joy – a real delight in quick turns, witty phrases, and parodic re-castings of earlier modes – inspired by dada work of the early 20th century, but also handled with a lot more of a post-modern feel overall. Most tracks are short, and many echo earlier music styles, filtered through a slightly psyche filter – and titles include "Death Cab For Cutie", "In San Francisco", "Jollity Farm", "Equestrian Statue", "Cool Brittania", "I'm Bored", "Piggy Bank Love", "Big Shot", "Mickey's Son & Daughter", and "The Sound Of Music". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a cut corner.)
 
 
 



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