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Shirley ScottQueen Of The Organ ... CD
Impulse (Japan), 1964. New Copy ... About June 24, 2020
Classic Shirley Scott – in her best mode of the 60s! Here's the reasons: 1. The group features husband Stanley Turrentine on tenor, adding in some nice extra tones to Shirley's usual trio! 2. The rhythm section is Bob Cranshaw and Otis Finch – surely one of Shirley's best. 3. The set was recorded live, in the Front Froom in Newark, with a real down-home gutbucket approach that's different from some of the other Impulse albums. 4. Tracks are long, with plenty of room for soloing – even moreso than some of Shirley's other records of the time. Titles include "That's For Me", "Rapid Shave", and "Squeeze Me". Nuff said! CD
Also available Queen Of The Organ ... LP 14.99

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Shirley ScottQueen Of The Organ ... LP
Impulse, 1964. Very Good Gatefold ... $14.99
Classic Shirley Scott – in her best mode of the 60s! Here's the reasons: 1. The group features husband Stanley Turrentine on tenor, adding in some nice extra tones to Shirley's usual trio! 2. The rhythm section is Bob Cranshaw and Otis Finch – surely one of Shirley's best. 3. The set was recorded live, in the Front Froom in Newark, with a real down-home gutbucket approach that's different from some of the other Impulse albums. 4. Tracks are long, with plenty of room for soloing – even moreso than some of Shirley's other records of the time. Titles include "That's For Me", "Rapid Shave", and "Squeeze Me". Nuff said! LP, Vinyl record album
(Stereo orange & black label pressing, with Van Gelder stamp. Vinyl has groove damage that affects play for a few spins at the beginning of "That's For Me". The rest is very nice!)

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✨✧ Shirley ScottScottie Plays The Duke ... LP
Prestige, 1959. Very Good+ ... $24.99
Shirley Scott plays both the organ and piano with George Duviver on bass and Arthur Edgehill on drums for these eight Duke Ellington tracks. The selections include "Caravan", "Just Squeeze In", "C Jam Blues", "Prelude To A Kiss", "In A Sentimental Mood", "In A Mellow Tone", "I've Got It Bad", and "Just A-Sittin & A-Rockin". LP, Vinyl record album
(Yellow & black label NJ pressing, with deep groove and RVG stamp. Cover has light wear.)

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Shirley ScottWorkin (Workin/Stompin) ... CD
Prestige, Late 50s/Early 60s. Used ... $11.99
Two albums on one CD! First up is Workin – a record that's heavier-duty than Shirley's other ones on Prestige. The album (which might have been recorded in earlier days), supports a great group on the b-side, which includes Wally Richardson, Ronell Bright, Peck Morrison, and Roy Haynes. The expanded lineup works nicely – and the tracks performed ("Work Song" and "Chapped Chops") are both nice and lively, with guitar providing a nice complement to Shirley's light style on the keys. Stompin is a mixed bag of tracks that features the organ of Shirley Scott in a number of different groupings – some with her old time compatriot Eddie Lockjaw Davis, and some with a newer group that includes Wally Richardson on guitar. Titles include "Traveling Light", "From This Moment On", "Down By The Riverside", and "You're My Everything". Oddly, the record also includes 1 track that doesn't even feature Shirley at all – "This Can't Be Love", which was recorded by Don Patterson with Eddie Lockjaw Davis! CD
(Out of print. Back artwork has some light wrinkling, but rest is great.)

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Shirley Scott with Stanely TurrentineSoul Is Willing (black cover) ... LP
Prestige, Early 60s. Very Good ... $16.99
One of the strongest albums that Shirley Scott ever cut with Stanley Turrentine – organ and tenor working together perfectly in a mellow soulful groove, sliding easily from track to track in a mode that still satisfies mightily over the years! The group is tight, soulful quartet, featuring Major Holley and Grasella Oliphant in the rhythm section, and titles include "Stolen Sweets", "The Soul Is Willing", "I Feel Alright", "Yes Indeed", "Remember" and "Secret Love". LP, Vinyl record album
(Yellow & black label NJ pressing with Van Gelder stamp. Cover has light wear and some light aging. Vinyl has a short click on "Secret Love".)

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✨✧ Jimmy Forrest with Shirley ScottHeart Of The Forrest ... CD
Muse, 1978. Used ... Out Of Stock
A really classic tenor/organ sort of album – one recorded live in the late 70s, but with the sort of open-ended feel we remember from Shirley Scott's late 50s material with Eddie Lockjaw Davis! Jimmy Forrest is one of those players that always has a nice little bite in his tone – and he sounds especially sharp here, working with Shirley at a small club in Michigan – helping the organist to hit notes she was hardly reaching at the time, and really taking the sound back to the gutbuckety years of early Hammond jazz. Randy Marsh completes the group on drums, and titles include "Love For Sale", "These Foolish Things", "Take The A Train", and "Night Train". CD
(Out of print)
 
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Sarah Mc Lawler & Richart OttoWe Bring You Swing ... LP
Vee Jay, Late 50s. Very Good+ ... $4.99
One of a few rare albums that the team of Lawler and Otto cut for Vee Jay during the late 50s – all of them showing the stranger side of the Chicago jazz scene, a underrecognized one that mixes a high-concept approach with south side soul jazz, in an attempt that might have been aimed at the downtown crowds. Sarah McLawler is a female organist – in the mode of early Shirley Scott – and Otto is a violinist, with a style that's somewhere between Eddie South and Stuff Smith. Here, they're backed by a rhythm section that includes Redd Holt and Eldee Young, as well as guitarist Lefty Bates – and the quintet swings easily on shorter tracks that are mostly standards. Titles include "Robbins Nest", "Midnight Sun", "Caravan", "My Reverie", and "Lullaby Of Birdland". LP, Vinyl record album
(Grey label stereo pressing with deep groove.)

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✨✧ Stanley TurrentineDearly Beloved ... LP
Blue Note, 1961. Very Good ... Just Sold Out!
One of Stanley Turrentine's most obscure sessions for Blue Note – a rare trio side featuring Roy Brooks on drums, and wife Shirley Scott on organ – billed on the original album cover as "Little Miss Cott"! The feel here is a bit more open than usual – no bassist on the set, just Roy's nicely free drums, Shirley's work on the organ keys and pedals, and Stan's soulful blowing over the top – a freewheeling mix that sounds totally great, and which almost hits some of the rootsier sounds of the tenor/organ scene that Stan and Shirley were rooted in at the time. There's a slightly mellow feel to the set, but one that always has plenty of soul – and titles include "Baia", "Wee Hour Theme", "Troubles Of The World", and "My Shining Hour". LP, Vinyl record album
(New York stereo pressing, with RVG Stereo stamp and ear!)

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Stanley TurrentineHustlin' (180 gram pressing) ... LP
Blue Note, 1964. New Copy Gatefold (reissue)... $28.99 34.99
One of Stanley Turrentine's few organ-based sessions for Blue Note – recorded in the company of his wife Shirley Scott, a real cooker on the Hammond who holds it down masterfully here – and great band that's filled out by Kenny Burrell on guitar, Bob Cranshaw on bass and Otis Finch on drums. The album's sound has the triple strengths of strong interplay between Stanley's tenor sax and Shirley's organ grooves, rhythms as tightly honed or loosed-limbed as duty calls, and Burrell's guitars rolling gracefully from unfussy backing to refined solos. Tracks include "Trouble No 2", "Goin Home", "Ladyfingers", "Something Happens To Me" and "The Hustler". LP, Vinyl record album
(Part of the Blue Note Tone Poet series – heavy vinyl and cover!)

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Stanley TurrentineLet It Go ... CD
Impulse (Japan), 1966. New Copy ... About June 24, 2020
A rare non-Blue Note 60s date as a leader from Stanley Turrentine – recorded for Impluse when his (then) wife Shirley Scott was contracted to the label – and featuring the talents of both players on some very groovy tracks! The quartet features both Stan's tenor and Shirley's Hammond – with bass by Ron Carter and drums from Mack Simpkins – all in an easy-going groove that recalls some of the best Turrentine/Scott pairings on Prestige! There's a quality here that's relaxed, but never lazy – professional, but never slick – and the album's great proof that although both players could be great on their own, they often sounded even better together at this point in their careers. The album features a cool version of "On a Clear Day", which Shirley always manages to kick into a nice groove – plus the tracks "Good Lookin Out", "Let It Go", "Sure As You're Born", "T'Aint What You Do", and "Ciao Ciao". CD

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VariousLas Vegas Grind Vol 7 ... LP
Jazzman (UK), Late 50s/Early 60s. New Copy ... $24.99
Jazzman Records takes over the legendary Las Vegas Grind series – and does a fantastic job of coming up with the kind of really raunchy tracks that always made the collections so great! When this series first came out, it really blew our mind – because although we knew plenty of older tracks from the glory days of the indie 7" single, we'd never heard work this raw or gritty – tunes that are often equal parts rock and R&B, often with a hard-vamping style that must have been perfect for a stripper to go into her grind! Not that this music is anything like older "strip" records, though – as we're sure that all the tracks here were cut by guys who were hoping to top the charts with the next big thing – but whose heavy sound and gritty groove forever damned their songs to the world of rare record collectors. Fortunately, Jazzman are on the case, and have done a fantastic job of picking just the right tracks to continue the Las Vegas Grind legacy – titles that include "I'd Rather Swish Than Fight" by B Bubbha, "Gay Poppa's Cha Cha" by Gay Poppa, "She Said" by Frank Scott, "Blo Jangs" by The Savoys, "El Pato" by Los Virreyes, "Fat Man" by Louie & The Fat Men, "The Beard" by The Abstracts, "Sneaky Pete" by UBs Group, "Gemini Rock" by The Original Spacemen, "Sneakin Away" by The Y-Dells, "Shirley" by Little Louie & The Finger Cymbals, and "Braggin" by Bob Moore & The Temps. LP, Vinyl record album

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VariousLusty Moods – Played By America's Greatest Jazzmen ... LP
Status, 1963. Near Mint- ... $14.99
Collection of jazz tunes recorded for the Prestige label in the 60s, all with girl's names for titles, which we guess puts one in the mood for love. . .Still it's a nice collection of tunes: Wardell Gray "Sweet Loraine", Shirley Scott "Laura", Yusef Lateef "Anastasia", Miles Davis "Diane", Willis Jackson "Nancy", Frank Wess "Charmaine", Sam The Man Taylor "Ruby", Johnny Hammond Smith "Portrait of Jenny" & "Gene Ammons "Anna". Sexy cover, too! LP, Vinyl record album
(Orange label Status pressing in the pink cover.)

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✨✧ Rita MossTalk To Me Tiger! ... LP
Dot, Early 60s. Very Good+ ... Out Of Stock
Rita Moss was a weird one – but a great one too! As a female organist, she joined a long line of similar players on the instrument – like Shirley Scott, Trudy Pitts, and Rhoda Scott. But Rita's style was different than theirs, and it mixed up a lot of R&B and pop influences with her basic jazzy organ stylings. Plus, Rita also sang along with her organ – although not neccessarily in the best way you could imagine. This album's an odd mix of tracks that owes as much to Fats Waller's years on the organ as it does to the 60's divas – and it's got Rita singing the raunchy "Talk To Me, Tiger", plus "Fly Me To The Moon", "Red Balloon", and "He's Just Another Guy". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has light wear.)

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✨✧ VariousBlack Gold – Samples, Breaks, & Rare Groove From The Chess Records Archives ... CD
Chess/Universal (UK), 1960s/Early 70s. New Copy 2 CDs ... Out Of Stock
Incredible sounds from the Chess Records catalog – not the blues that you might know the label for, but a huge range of funk, soul, and jazz tracks from the headiest years of the 60s and 70s – a time when the Chicago scene was really turning out some incredible musical hybrids! As you'd guess from the title, all the cuts here have had a new life in recent years – thanks to samples by hip hop artists or other producers – but the original grooves are even better than the tracks that used them, and come together here to make one of the most mindblowing collections of Chess material we've ever heard! The package is nicely heavy on sounds from the Cadet/Concept years of the label – with more than a few contributions from producers Charles Stepney and Richard Evans – and the package features 42 wonderful tracks – including "Fonky Thang Diamon Ring" by The Dells, "Windmills Of Your Mind" by Dorothy Ashby, "I Am The Black Gold Of The Sun" by Rotary Connection, "Jelly Jam" by Jack McDuff, "The Getaway" by Alvin Cash, "In My Body's House" by Gene Chandler, "Cross Country" by Archie Whitewater, "Memory Band" by Rotary Connection, "While My Guitar Gently Weeps" by Jimmy Ponder, "Inside Out" by American Gypsy, "Go Go Power" by Sugar Pie DeSanto, "Shake It Up" by The Vibrations, "Up Above The Rock" by Ray Bryant, "Bad Moon Rising" by Bo Diddley, "Shoo Be Doo Be Doo Be Do Da Day" by Eddie Fisher, "Humpin Bumpin & Thumpin" by Andre Williams, "Who Got The Number" by Pigmeat Markham, "Walk On By" by Jo Ann Garrett, "Chocolate Candy" by Soulful Strings, "Got To Get Your Own (7" version)" by Reuben Wilson, "Hanky's Panky (7" version)" by Shirley Scott, "Liberation Conversation" by Marlena Shaw, "Look Of Love" by Monk Higgins, and "Think About It" by Odell Brown & The Organizers. CD

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✨✧ VariousBrunswick/Dakar Soul Stream Vol 2 – Do The Tighten Up ... CD
Brunswick/Ultra Vybe (Japan), Late 60s/Early 70s. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
An incredibly rich collection of work from the legendary Brunswick and Dakar Records labels – and one of the first to really get at the labels' rich legacy of 7" singles that were never issued on any sort of full length albums! The Brunswick sound was a powerhouse in the late 60s and early 70s – a force that saw big records from The Chi-Lites, Jackie Wilson, Artistics, and others – yet the company also recorded a heck of a lot more music too – all of which was every bit as great as the hits, from the grooves at the bottom, to the tight arrangements in the middle, and the fantastic range of vocals on the top! This series finally gets at digging into all the many artists who never issued full albums on Brunswick or Dakar Records – and this second volume features 26 tracks that include "Love Grows Bitter" by Billy Butler, "I'm In Danger" by The Visitors, "Love Ain't Nothin But Pain" by Marvin Smith, "One More Time" by Benny Scott, "I'm So Glad" by Herb Johnson & The Impacts, "TCB" by Billy Jackson, "The Chase Is On" by Johnny Howard, "There Oughta Be A Law" by Alvin Valentine, "Darling You Don't Send Me No More" by Ronnie Mitchell, "You Don't Want Me Any More" by Shirley Karol, "Just Be For Real" by Johnny Moore, and "Take A Little Louder" by Wales Wallace. CD

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✨✧ Stanley TurrentineHustlin' (Japanese pressing) ... CD
Blue Note (Japan), 1964. Used ... Out Of Stock
One of Stanley Turrentine's few organ-based sessions for Blue Note – recorded in the company of his wife Shirley Scott, a real cooker on the Hammond who holds it down masterfully here – and great band that's filled out by Kenny Burrell on guitar, Bob Cranshaw on bass and Otis Finch on drums. The album's sound has the triple strengths of strong interplay between Stanley's tenor sax and Shirley's organ grooves, rhythms as tightly honed or loosed-limbed as duty calls, and Burrell's guitars rolling gracefully from unfussy backing to refined solos. Tracks include "Trouble No 2", "Goin Home", "Ladyfingers", "Something Happens To Me" and "The Hustler". CD
(Out of print, includes obi.)
Also available Hustlin' (180 gram pressing) ... LP 28.99

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✨✧ Eddie Lockjaw DavisStreetlights (I Only Have Eyes For You/Trackin') ... CD
Prestige, 1962. Used ... Out Of Stock
Two killers from Eddie Lockjaw Davis – both records that are different from his Cookbook sessions with Shirley Scott, and his twin-tenor battles with Johnny Griffin! First up is I Only Have Eyes For You – easily one of our favorite Eddie Lockjaw Davis albums! The record's a lot livelier than most – and it's recorded with the little-known Paul Weeden trio, who featured a young Don Patterson on organ. Weeden's a pretty good guitarist himself, and the whole session has a nice groovy groovy feel. Titles include "I Only Have Eyes For You", "Street Lights", and "The Way You Look Tonight" – and all tracks are taken at a good clip, with a strong club sound to them. Next is Trackin – a tight little soul jazz cooker from Eddie Lockjaw Davis – done with a sound that's leaner and cleaner than some of his Cookbook sessions – thanks to great Hammond from Don Patterson, working here in the trio of guitarist Paul Weeden! The combo's totally great – nicely focused, and hitting that more mature soul jazz swing that started to really come into play during the mid 60s – that stripping down of the organ stops, focused bite on tenor, and tight comping of guitar – all of which the combo carry off wonderfully – with help from George Duvivier on bass and Billy James on drums. There's a nice long cut with a laidback groove called "Beano", and a number of other shorter standards given the tenor/organ treatment – including "What's New", "Day By Day", and "Robbin's Nest". CD
(Out of print.)
 
 
 



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