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✨✧ VariousPeace Chant – Raw, Deep, & Spiritual Jazz – Part 1 ... LP
Tramp (Germany), 1970s/1980s. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Music with a message – and a wonderfully spiritual groove, too – served up here in a killer collection that goes way past the obvious, and unearths an amazing collection of work from the 70s onwards! The set's not your usual batch of post-Coltrane or Impulse Records cuts – and instead, the music comes from a very deep array of American underground records from the 70s, as well as some rare European releases from that decade and later years, plus lost tracks from the vaults – all coming together in a set of tracks that's as mind-expanding as it is righteously progressive! We'd only ever heard a few of these numbers before – which makes the whole thing a huge discovery to our ears – and titles on this first volume include "Freedom Excelsoir" by John Tinsey, "Don't Give Up Your Smile Today" by Das Goldene Zeitaler, "Black Bandit" by Nu Art Quartet, "Peace Chant" by Walt Bolen, "Bakit Ba" by Genghis Kyle, "Spotlight On Sapporo" by Hozan Yamamoto, and "Mozambique" by Luna Brothers Trio. LP features bonus tracks "Funk" by The Milestones, and "Black King" by Obie Jessie. (Funky Compilations, Jazz) LP, Vinyl record album
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Yama & Jiro's WaveGirl Talk (2 x 45rpm 180 gram pressing) ... LP
Three Blind Mice/Craftman (Japan), 1975. New Copy (reissue)... About April 10, 2018
A sweet little piano trio set from Yama & Jiro – that's Tsuyoshi Yamamoto on piano and Tetsujiro Obara on drums – joined here by Akira Daiyoshi on some mighty warm bass! The set's got that wonderful open, laidback vibe you sometimes get on these Three Blind Mice sessions from the 70s – a beautiful recording quality that really lets all the subtle, gentle moments come through all with a quality that's oddly different than an American trio session of the time. Titles include "Girl Talk", "Gone With The Wind", "What Now My Love", and "Autumn In New York". LP, Vinyl record album

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