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Lalo SchifrinMetamorphosis – Jazz Meets The Symphony 4 ... CD
Aleph, 1998. Used ... $2.99
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✨✧ Kai WarnerWarner's Disco Party – Jazz Club ... CD
Jazzclub (Germany), Late 70s. Used ... $8.99
Kai Warner hits the 70s – and the groovy German arranger takes on a whole new sound, thanks to the disco generation! The work here is surprisingly sweet – kind of a Germanic take on the sound of American club of the mid 70s – not the colder feel of the Munich scene, but the warm strings and full arrangements you'd hear for the mainstream crowds at Studio 54! There's a definite German twist on some numbers – particularly when the backings feature chorus vocals singing along – cheesy, but in a nice way. Titles include "Another Star", "Tangerine", "Can't Get Enough Of Your Love Babe", "Funk Harem", "Cherokee", "Margie's Hustle", "Theme From A Summer Place", "TSOP", and "Slavonic March". CD
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✨✧ Tom ScottHair To Jazz – A Groovy Jazz & Pop Musical Experience ... CD
Flying Dutchman/Ultra Vybe (Japan), 1969. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Reedman Tom Scott always gives us something groovy – especially in his early years, when he could effortlessly blend together jazz and soul, funk and rock, and really come up with something new and unique! Here, Tom's in the best mode of his early work on Impulse Records – serving up one of our favorite versions ever of Galt MacDermot's music for Hair, done with a wickedly sharp groove all the way through! The combo here is a quartet with a great flair for unusual timings, arrangements, and instrumentation – and in addition to Scott's unusual phrasings on tenor, soprano sax, and saxcello (used with a bit of Echoplex!), Roger Kellaway plays piano with some great bell-like tones, alongside drums from John Guerin and bass from Chuck Domanico. Many numbers are quite jazz-based, with very open and hip solo work that recalls Scott's Rural Still Life album – and titles include "Easy To Be Hard", "Where Do I Go", "Hair", "Be In", "The Flesh Failures", and "Aquarius". (Jazz, Now Sound) CD
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