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Ellis LarkinsBlue & Sentimental ... LP
Decca, 1958. Very Good+ ... $19.99
Great small combo work from pianist Ellis Larkins – a session of sad tunes and ballads, linked together with a few original tunes and some haunting interludes! About half the set has Larkins playing only with bass accompaniment from Joe Benjamin, and the rest of the tunes feature additional guitar from Skeeter Best, plus drums – and overall, this limited instrumentation works in a wonderfully dreamy and evocative way. Titles include "Interlude 2", "Time", "Four Bar Intro With Tag", "Am I Blue", "At Loose Ends", "Blue Prelude", and "Ode To Marie". LP, Vinyl record album
(Mono maroon label pressing with deep groove. Cover is in great shape!)

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McCoy TynerAutumn Leaves ... LP
Impulse (Japan), Early 60s. Very Good ... $22.99
An unusual Japanese-only album – one that brings together trio tracks by McCoy Tyner from the early Impulse years – including material that appeared on the albums Reaching Fourth and Nights Of Ballads & Blues! Titles include "Goodbye", "Round Midnight", "Night In Tunisia", "Five Spot After Dark", "Old Devil Moon", "Days Of Wine & Roses", and "You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To". LP, Vinyl record album
(60s pressing, in a flipback cover, which has some tape on the back. Front looks nice.)

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McCoy Tyner TrioReaching Fourth ... CD
Impulse (Japan), 1962. New Copy ... $19.99
McCoy Tyner's definitely "reaching forth" here – stretching past obvious piano trio modes, thanks to hip help from Henry Grimes on bass and Roy Haynes on drums! The groove is very open and freewheeling – yet all without being avant or outside – those hip modal-inspired sounds that you'd be likely to hear on some of Haynes' excellent early 60s sessions, cast here in beautiful tones and colors that show Tyner already stretching past the core sounds he was laying down with John Coltrane. Even the ballads have a nice sort of edge – as familiar numbers are recast in some darker clothing – and titles include the originals "Reaching Fourth" and "Blues Back" – plus versions of "Theme For Ernie", "Have You Met Miss Jones", "Old Devil Moon", and "Goodbye". CD
(UHQCD pressing!)
 
 
 



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