A sweet 70s collection of late 60s work from George Benson – tracks recorded in 1968 for Verve, originally from the albums Giblet Gravy and Goodies! The set list here really does a great job of picking out the best numbers – the kind of clean, lean tunes that were pushing Benson from ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
One of numerous issues of the rare Duke Pearson album Hush – all of which have been notoriously hard to get over the years! The set was originally issued on the tiny Jazztime label in New York – a venture that went out of business almost as soon as it began, but which also produced ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has an unglued bottom seam.)
Chick Corea —
Friends ... LP Polydor, 1978. Used ...
Temporarily Out Of Stock
There's Smurfs on the cover of this one, but the album's no cartoony effort – and is instead one of the nicest Chick Corea albums of the 70s! The sound here is nicely restrained from some of Chick's more ambitious records – and is done in a way that almost recalls some of Bob James' ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
A goofy cover, and a tribute to Alice In Wonderland, but a nice little record – one that has Chick Corea playing a wide variety of keyboards next to acoustic piano – coming up with a sound that's sometimes cosmic, sometimes spacious, but always a lot more creative than most of his ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(Includes the printed inner sleeve.)
Robin Eubanks & Steve Turre —
Dedication ... CD Bamboo/Polydor (Japan), 1989. Used ...
Twin trombones from Robin Eubanks and Steve Turre – the latter of whom also plays some of his cool shells too! Other players include Mulgrew Miller on piano and Charnett Moffett on bass – and as with other JMT albums of this vintage, there's some electric touches too. CD
With Gary Burton on vibes, The Brecker Brothers on horns, and Pat Rebillot on electric piano and organ. Titles include "To Lady Mac In Memory", "The Start Of Something Similar", "Dance Blue", "Four Or Less", and "Family Joy Oh Boy". LP, Vinyl record album
Dave Grusin made a few sleepy albums in his day, but this isn't one of them – and instead, it's a sweet funky fusion outing that really sums up some of the best Dave Grusin modes of the 70s! This excellent LP from 1977 really captures the best of the Grusin soundtrack style – heard in ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
A killer collection of work from one of the funkiest European talents of the 70s – bandleader Peter Herbholzheimer, working here at the head of his Rhythm & Brass group, and his Certain Lions & Tigers ensemble! Although Herbolzheimer's got a clunky name, his sound is incredibly fluid ... read moreCD
An obscure Japanese-only session from Elvin – recorded at Tokyo's Pit Inn in 1985, with a quintet that includes Richard Davis on bass, Fumio Karashima on piano, Pat LaBarbera on tenor and soprano, and Sonny Fortune on tenor and flute. The two-sax frontline is as strong as it is on Jones' ... read moreCD
(Out of print.)
Return To Forever —
No Mystery ... LP Polydor, 1975. Used ...
Temporarily Out Of Stock
Hard grooving work from the middle years of the Return To Forever group – featuring the line up with Chick Corea on keys, synths & percussion, Stanley Clarke on bass, organ and more, Lenny White on percussion and Al DiMeola on guitar. As you'd expect from this crew, this is some of the ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(Includes the printed inner sleeve. Cover has some light wear.)
Tony Scott with Jan Akkerman —
Meditation ... LP Polydor (Germany), 1977. Near Mint- ...
A very unusual and obscure set from reedman Tony Scott – a post-60s album of long, meditative tracks – done in collaboration with guitarist Jan Akkerman, alongside piano, bass, and drums!Cover has a small cutout mark. LP, Vinyl record album
Strata Institute —
Cipher Syntax ... LP Polydor/JMT (Germany), 1989. Used ...
Temporarily Out Of Stock
Features Steve Coleman on alto, Greg Osby on soprano and alto, Bob Hurst on bass, Tani Tabbal on drums, and Marvin Smitty Smith on drums and percussion – plus guitar from David Gilmore. LP, Vinyl record album
(German pressing. Cover has some stuck-on paper at the bottom on back.)
Smooth jazzy Japanese fusion, recorded as a soundtrack to the famous children's book of the same name, but with a feel that's a lot more just like some of the Japanese fusion coming out at the time – tight solos, funky rhythm, and a slick studio sound. Guitarist Masayoshi Takanaka wrote and ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
A landmark session from the end of the 60s – one that features Randy Weston delivering on all the African promise of his earlier work! The album was recorded in Paris – that hotbed of post-colonial culture in the post-68 days – one of the few places where Weston could really open ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
Mindblowing work from Randy Weston – one of two albums he cut in Paris at the end of the 60s with his ultra-hip African Rhythms ensemble – a free-thinking collective of piano, percussion, and some very soulful bass! The sound on the album's a lot freer than some of Weston's other work ... read moreCD
A seminal jazz rock statement from drummer Tony Williams – one that has him stepping out quite far from his original "new thing" recordings of the mid 60s! The album's got a genre-forming sound that's incredibly fierce – a power trio churning of Williams drums, John ... read moreCD
A seminal jazz rock statement from drummer Tony Williams – one that has him stepping out quite far from his original "new thing" recordings of the mid 60s! The album's got a genre-forming sound that's incredibly fierce – a power trio churning of Williams drums, John ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has ring & edge wear & splitting on the spine.)
A real change for the sound of Tony Williams Lifetime group – but a great one too, as the album's a lot more soulful than some of the group's other albums! There's been a real shift in the lineup here – with keyboardist Webster Lewis taking the place of Larry Young – and bringing ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(White label promo. Cover has some wear, ink stamps, a sticker and some tape.)
An 80s look back at Tony William's Lifetiem LPs from 1969/1970 – two seminal jazz rock statement sets that have him stepping out quite far from his original "new thing" recordings of the mid 60s! The album's got a genre-forming sound that's incredibly fierce – a power trio ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
Although Tony Williams started out as one of the most subtle drummers of the 60s, this album has him coming a long way from his "new thing" Blue Note recordings – and taking off with enough power to reach the moon! The group featured is Williams classic Lifetime lineup – with ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has some wear and a small split in the bottom seam.)