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One of the first albums ever from reedman Paul Horn – recorded for Dot Records in 1957, and a wonderfully rich tribute to Paul's mighty talents. The groove of the record is especially hard to pin down – as some tunes are light and whimsical, others a bit more dark and rhythmic – ... LP, Vinyl record album
One of Paul Horn's groovier albums from the 60s – and a record that features some nice arrangements by Lalo Schifrin! As the title might make you guess, the album's kind of a "jazz mass", and replicates the Kyrie, Gloria, and Offertory progression of a regular Catholic mass. The ... LP, Vinyl record album
An incredible blend of Fender Rhodes and soulful saxophone – a late record from saxophonist Sonny Stitt, but one that also features the young Eddie Russ on keyboards! The record's got a laidback and funky sound that goes deeper than any of Stitt's earlier sides of the 70s – and it ... LP, Vinyl record album
Like a lot of the other Mercury jazz records from the late 70's, this release by the reed player from the Headhunters is a mix of out funky jazz playing with smooth studio production. The sound's a little bit more polished than the Headhunters LPs, and the production is by Pat Gleeson, who was ... LP, Vinyl record album