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Herbie MannMonday Night At The Village Gate ... LP
Atlantic, 1966. Near Mint- .... $4.99
Herbie makes one more trip back to the Village Gate – site of some of his most successful live recordings of the 60s, and a place where he always feels at home with a Latiny groove! But somehow, this album's even better than before – and has a hard Latin feel throughout, thanks to an ultra-hip group that includes Chick Corea on piano, Dave Pike on vibes, Mark Weinstein on trombone, and Bruno Carr on drums – plus some crackling work on congas from the legendary Carlos Patato Valdes! Tracks are long, and awash in great solos, especially from Herbie, who seems to play harder here than ever. Titles include "You're Gonna Make It With Me", "Away From The Crowd", "In Escambrun", and "The Young Turks". LP, Vinyl record album
(Red & purple label pressing in a slightly different cover. Cover has light wear.)

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VariousHeart & Soul – Rare Oldies Vol 2 ... CD
Lost Soul, Early 70s. Used .... $9.99
A tasty collection of 70s soul tunes – with an LA focus that features some super-dope group harmony tunes. Titles include "Leading Lady" by The Notations, "One Heart" by The Emanons, "All Good Things Must End" by The Topics, "Til You Come Back To Me" by Lee Williams & The Cymbals, "That's The Way Love Goes" by The Ethics, "You Turn Me On" by The Turks, "Let's Start Over" by The Ringleaders, "I Wonder What She's Doing" by Soul Generation, and "Isn't It Lonely" by Hot Ice. CD
(Out of print.)

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New VariousBrown Eyed Soul – The Sound Of East LA Vol 1 ... CD
Rhino, 1950s/1960s/1970s. Used .... Temporarily Out Of Stock
While the New York version of African/Latin American crossover culture took the form of Latin Soul in the 60s and NuYorican grooves in the 70s – LA had a much deeper tradition that ran back to the 50s, and exploded in the 70s, when bands like War were putting the city's crossover sound on the map. The action in LA mostly went down on the east side – where black and Hispanic music fans mingled often in the areas clubs, record stores, and showplaces. This great set on Rhino does a good job of documenting the scene and the music that was important to it – and this first volume's filled with 15 classic East LA tunes, like "I'm A Fool" by The Turks, "Pachuko Hop" by Chuck Higgins, "Mr DJ" by Van McCoy, "The Town I Live In" by Thee Midnighters, "Symbol Of Heaven" by Little Julian Herrera, "Our Anniversary" by The Five Satins, "Me & You" by Brenton Wood, "Tonight" by The Carlos Brothers, "All Day Music" by War, and "Brown Eyed Girl" by El Chicano. CD
(Out of print. Barcode has a cutout hole.)

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New Herbie MannMonday Night At The Village Gate ... CD
Atlantic (Japan), 1966. New Copy .... Out Of Stock
Herbie makes one more trip back to the Village Gate – site of some of his most successful live recordings of the 60s, and a place where he always feels at home with a Latiny groove! But somehow, this album's even better than before – and has a hard Latin feel throughout, thanks to an ultra-hip group that includes Chick Corea on piano, Dave Pike on vibes, Mark Weinstein on trombone, and Bruno Carr on drums – plus some crackling work on congas from the legendary Carlos Patato Valdes! Tracks are long, and awash in great solos, especially from Herbie, who seems to play harder here than ever. Titles include "You're Gonna Make It With Me", "Away From The Crowd", "In Escambrun", and "The Young Turks". CD
 
 
 
 



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