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XA wealth of jazz in many styles -- bop, hardbop, soul jazz, spiritual, rare groove, modal, improvised music, funk, free jazz, fusion, avant garde, and trad!



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✨✧ Great Jazz Trio with Nancy WilsonGreat Jazz Trio & Friends With Nancy Wilson ... LP
East World/Toshiba (Japan), 1981. Near Mint- ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
One of the most hard-hitting albums we've ever heard by The Great Jazz Trio – largely because they've got some help from Art Farmer on trumpet and Benny Golson on tenor. The extra horns add a lot more groove to the core trio of Hank Jones, Eddie Gomez, and Buddy Williams – and the live setting in which the material was recorded seems to add a lot of fire, too. Golson's tone is great – much raspier and rawer than in earlier years, and very much in the mode of some of his own excellent sessions from the time. Nancy Wilson joins the group for vocals on four tracks, singing in a straighter jazz mode than she was using at the time – which is a nice return to the old days. Titles include "Recorda Me", "On Green Dolphin Street", "Whisper Not", "Song Is You", "But Beautiful", and "I'll Remember April". LP, Vinyl record album
(Includes insert.)

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Toshiyuki Miyama & His New HerdSweet Music Sweet Dance – Perfect Sound In Big Band ... LP
Toshiba (Japan), 1970s. Very Good+ Gatefold ... $19.99
... LP, Vinyl record album
(Quadraphonic pressing. Cover has light wear.)

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Hideo ShirakiStereo Drum/Black Mode ... CD
Toshiba/Think (Japan), 1961. Used ... $26.99
Brilliant proof that the Japanese jazz scene was alive and well in the early 60s – thanks to records like these from drummer Hideo Shiraki! Both records have a tightly-crafted sound that resonates strongly with the groove of Prestige or Blue Note in the late 50s – thanks to a lineup that includes strong tenor from Hidehiko Matsumoto, alongside trumpet, piano, bass, and Shiraki's drums. A few tunes sparkle with a nice sort of soundtracky quality – an extremely evocative approach that seems to use a bit of echo in the recording of the horns, really helping set the mood of the tunes. Both albums are wonderful – the kind of lost jazz gems that you'd shell out hundreds to track down in the original, but packaged together nicely on this single CD! Titles are all in Japanese, but there's a total of 14 numbers between both albums. CD
(Out of print.)

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