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✨✧ VariousClassic Jazz Funk Vol 2 ... CD
MVP, Late 60s/1970s. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
70s jazzy grooves galore – a great assortment of a dozen tracks that nicely sit in the space between electric jazz and modern soul – tunes that are often served up with a bit of vocals in the mix, but which still feature plenty of heavy grooves and jazzy solo instrumentation! Titles include "The Worm" by Jimmy McGriff, "Fat Mama" by Herbie Hancock, "The Mighty Quinn" by Ramsey Lewis, "New Killer Joe" by Benny Golson, "Sookie Sookie" by Grant Green, "Summer Madness" by Kool & The Gang, "Tidal Wave" by Ronnie Laws, "It's Your Thing" by Lou Donaldson, and "Let's Make Peace & Stop The War" by Funk Inc. CD

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✨✧ VariousJoe Claussell – Music, A Reason To Celebrate ... CD
BBE/Urban Theory (UK), 1970s/2002. Used 2 CDs ... Out Of Stock
Joe Clausell is a reason to celebrate – as his magic ear and wonderful talents as a producer/remixer have returned a new soulfulness to dance music, infusing the once-cold New York scene with a warmth brought on through a lifetime of musical influences! Joe shares those influences beautifully in this 2CD set – a great package of 24 tracks that runs the gamut from jazz to Latin to soul and beyond, all selected by Joe himself! The tracks are presented unmixed, back to back, in a way that really gets at the full depth of Joe's work. Most tracks are of 70s vintage, and there's some newer material interspersed nicely along the way. Titles include "Sweet Talk" by Robin Beck, "Sunny" by Yambu, "Fantasy" by Earth Wind & Fire, "Changes (Larry Levan mix)" by Imagination, "Synopsis Two: Mother's Day" by 24 Carat Black, "The Essence (Bonita mix)" by Herbie Hancock, "17.1" by Eddie Palmieri, "New Math" by Dave Samuels, "Let's Get Together" by Pam Todd, "Gay Cavalier" by Richie Havens, "Celebration" by Bheki Mseleku, "Fanga Alafia (Joe's edit)" by Drum Dance, "Pagliacci" by Maynard Ferguson, "AIEA Mwana" by Black Blood, "The Message" by King Sunny Ade, "Mysteries Of Life" by Monday Michiru, "El Cantante" by Hector Lavoe, "Oba La Vem Ela" by Jorge Ben, "Trying To Find A Way" by Stanley Cowell, and "To Know You Is To Love You" by Syreeta. CD
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✨✧ VariousRighteousness ... CD
Blue Note (UK), Late 60s/Early 70s. New Copy 2CD ... Out Of Stock
The headier sound of Blue Note Records – served up in a batch of tracks that focus on that late 60s period when the label started to open up into a much more righteous groove! The styles here are very much in step with the most progressive cultural movements in the US at the time – and traditional soul jazz and hardbop modes are broken down and recast with a new sense of positive energy and spirituality – all served up in styles that Blue Note hardly would have recorded a few short years before! Most of these tracks are instrumental – done in grooves that range from funky, to modal, to soaring and searching – but a few other great numbers have vocals by singers like Andy Bey or Eugene McDaniels, both artists who helped really hip things up nicely! 2CD package features a total of 18 tracks in all – including "Psychedelic Pi" by Lonnie Smith, "Hey Hey" by Andrew Hill, "The Emperor" by Donald Byrd, "Black Rhythm Happening" by Eddie Gale, "The Phantom" by Duke Pearson, "I Have A Dream" by Herbie Hancock, "Peace" by Horace Silver, "Slow Drag" by Donald Byrd, "Fulton Street" by Eddie Gale, "Message From The Nile" by McCoy Tyner, "Slow Change" by Bobby Hutcherson, and "Soul Soul Soul" by Jackie McLean. CD

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