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New VariousFunny Old Sh*t – A Trunk Records Sampler ... LP
Trunk (UK), Late 50s/1960s. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A really wonderful collection of weirdly funny records from the weirdly funny record label Trunk – a British imprint we've trusted to deliver unusual sounds for almost 20 years! This package is great – a troll through the more offbeat side of Johnny Trunk's record collection – a unique place where genres mix up as celebrities try their hand at jazz vocals, jazz artists work in different styles, sound library talents aim for the space age, and lots of film projects yield unusual musical gems. The track list is full of surprises – many tracks we've never seen reissued at all – and titles include "Rats In My Room" by Leoni Anderson, "Waltz In Orbit" by Ray Cathode, "The High Life" by Guy Warren with Red Garland, "Gossip Calypso" by Bernard Cribbins, "How Is The Weather In Paris" by Alain Romans, "Naima" by Double Six Of Paris, "Tic Tic Tic" by Robert Mitchum, "Machine 1" by Terry Dwyer, and "Jive Baby On A Saturday Night" by The Jellies. LP, Vinyl record album
Also available Funny Old Sh*t – A Trunk Records Sampler ... CD 6.99
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New Bruce LaceySpacey Bruce Lacey – Film Music & Improvisations Vol 1 ... LP
Trunk (UK), 1960s/1970s. New Copy ... $20.99
Weird and wonderful work from the enigmatic Bruce Lacey – a character whose life and ideals are as compelling as his music! This package is really the first to ever do Lacey justice – and it brings together a rich range of electronic explorations and a few more acoustic improvisations as well – all material that really marks Bruce as being on the forefront of experimentation, especially in the years before the 70s Brit electronicians, even Throbbing Gristle! Lacey's music is stark, but has a sense of humanity – often as spacey as the title promises, but never in a careless way – and always filled with subtle shadings and thoughtful passages. Many of the sounds are electronic, but they also have very unusual sources too – and titles include "Music From Everybody's Nobody", "Music From Double Exposure", and "Ancient Forces". Great notes too – really getting at Lacey's enigmatic role in UK music! LP, Vinyl record album
Also available Spacey Bruce Lacey – Film Music & Improvisations ... CD 16.99

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New Kenny GrahamSmall World Of Sammy Lee ... LP
Trunk (UK), 1963. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A wonderful jazz soundtrack from the legendary Kenny Graham – the important postwar Brit bandleader who was known for his seminal Afro-Cubists group – heard here in a much different context! Kenny's still got all that great sense of tone and color he brought to some of his more powerful music – but he uses it here with a sensitivity that's really breathtaking – careful use of woodwind passages, percussion, and other light instrumentation – all used to illustrate the seamier underbelly of London in the early 60s! The tapes were thought lost for years, but have been marvelously reclaimed by the folks at Trunk Records – and although there's no historical record of the musicians on the date, we're guessing that they're the same top-shelf jazzmen who graced Kenny's other groups. Titles include "Patsy Asleep In The Flat", "Salt Beef", "Dash To Bellman's", "Four O'Clock Hop", "Thoughts At Home", "Peepshow Bins", and "Soho At Dawn". LP, Vinyl record album
Also available Small World Of Sammy Lee ... CD 15.99

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New Palmer RockeyRockey's Style Movie Album ... LP
Trunk (UK), Mid 70s. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A soundtrack of sorts, but a set that feels more like some private press collection of singer/songwriter material – in this case, all put together by the enigmatic Palmer Rockey, for use in his legendary self-made movie! Rockey's a hell of a character – one whose story is told in the colorful notes – and that personality really comes through in these tunes – which are a mix of offbeat rock and country modes, but done with a very dark sensibility – one that ostensibly was designed to accompany his movie's satanic story, but which has a very weird, spooky feel all on its own. The set's one of those legendary little records that was hardly circulated at the times, but which has gone onto become famous in the hands of a few key folks – and although we're not normally seduced by sets like this, we can promise that the record's definitely got a compelling appeal that holds up even more strongly on repeated listenings. Titles include "That's Real Cool Baby", "Love is Deep Inside", "Scarlet Warning", "Rockey's Rock", "Feelings Of Love", and "Scarlet Moves". LP, Vinyl record album
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Hans KollerMinor Meetings 1958 ... LP
Sonorama (Germany), 1958. New Copy ... $16.99
Hardly a set of minor meetings at all – given that tenorist Hans Koller works here in the company of a host of great musicians from the late 50s German scene, in a set of tracks that ranks with the best of his long career as a leader! By the time of these sides, Koller was already one of the best and boldest saxophonists in postwar Europe – a player with a wonderful sense of tone and timing, and some occasional exotic tones that were influenced by his work on other reed instruments as well. And although Koller later went onto record a series of classic albums for the MPS label, these tracks predate those gems – and feature Hans in some unique live and studio settings. Two tracks feature a small combo with Zoot Sims on tenor and Hans Hammerschmid on piano – and Hammerschmid fitures on all other tracks as both pianist and arranger. Other musicians include Albert Mangelsdorff on trombone, Peter Trunk on bass, Kurt Sauer on trumpet, and Helmut Reinhardt on baritone sax. Titles include "Hard Blues", "Hi Fi", "Lippi's Tune", "Minor Meeting", "Saba", "Blues Around Joe", and "Sperie's Drums". LP, Vinyl record album
Also available Minor Meetings 1958 ... CD 9.99

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Too ShortShorty The Player (Clean Version) ... LP
Jive, 1992. Near Mint- ... $4.99
Still slangin funky bay area hoochified pimp tracks, including "Step Daddy", "So You Want To Be A Gangster", "I Want To Be Free", "In The Trunk", "Something To Ride To" and "Hoes". This is the radio play edited PG-rated version of the Shorty The Pimp LP. LP, Vinyl record album
(Edited promo in a stickered sleeve.)

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New VariousDifferent Kind Of Blues – Music From Another Dimension (180 gram vinyl) ... LP
Warner (Australia), Late 60s/Early 70s. New Copy 2LP Gatefold ... Out Of Stock
Some blues, but not the kind that's blue – and instead a batch of messed-up, freaked-out, turned-on sounds from the end of the 60s – that magical time when it seemed like so many different genres were crashing together, and coming up with really great new music in the process! The set begins in the funky blues territory of the Chicago scene, but then takes off to explore new versions of bluesy roots in the rock underground on both sides of the Atlantic – and in the world of soul music as well, with a range of styles that's surprisingly rich overall. The package features mostly vintage tracks, plus a few cuts from recent years too – and titles include "Black Rock Yeah Yeah" by Blackrock, "25th Century Quaker" by Captain Beefheart, "Funky" by Freddie King, "Gris Gris Gumbo Ya Ya" by Dr John, "Tramp" by Lowell Fulson, "Stonehead Blues" by Eric Quincy Tate, "I Just Want To Make Love To You" by Cold Blood, "Messin With The Kid" by Buddy Guy & Junior Wells, "Evil" by Howlin Wolf, "Homework" by Sam Samudio, "Leaving Trunk" by Johnny Jenkins, "Going Down" by Molch, "She's Arlight" by Muddy Waters, and "Me" by Otis Rush. 2LP set features 23 tracks in all. LP, Vinyl record album