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Blossom Dearie1975 – From The Meticulous To The Sublime ... CD
Daffodil/Celeste (Japan), 1975. Used ... $19.99
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(Out of print.)
 
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Kathryn MosesMusic In My Heart ... LP
PM, 1979. Near Mint- ... $29.99
The second album from Kathryn Moses – a sweet mix of warm vocals, funky flute, and even a bit of sax! Kathyrn's as great a singer as she is an instrumentalist – and the album offers equal parts of her talents – stepping out with a style that's often a bit funky at the bottom, with an electric mixture of flute, guitars, percussion, and bass. Gene Perla produced the record, and it's got a fair bit of choppy grooves that are right up there in the best PM Records mode – more proof that the Canadian scene could groove nicely when it wanted. Titles include the jazz dancer "Lucky Duck", plus the cuts "Should Be Ancient History", "Katrina", "More Than Ever", "Music In My Heart", and "Love To See You Smile". LP, Vinyl record album
(Nice Japanese pressing, on Celeste – heavy cover and great vinyl!)

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✨✧ Norma WinstoneSomewhere Called Home ... CD
ECM, 1987. Used ... Out Of Stock
Mature work from Norma Winstone – a tremendous evolution in style from her earlier recordings in the UK jazz/rock scene – much more subtle, and delivered with a compelling degree of sensitivity! Winstone is on vocals throughout, and the only instrumental backing is from the piano of John Taylor, and clarinet and tenor of Tony Coe – both well-chosen players for a session like this, given that both had also matured greatly by the time – working with just the right sense of subtlety and space to match Winstone's evocative vocals. Titles include "Cafe", "Sometime Ago", "Prologue", "Out Of This World", "Tea For Two", "Celeste", and "Sea Lady". CD
 
 
 



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