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Jeannie Cheatham & Jimmy CheathamSweet Baby Blues ... LP
Concord, 1984. Near Mint- ... $1.99
A sweetly stepping session of bluesy jazz vocals from Jeannie Cheatham – outwardly a trad-oriented record, but done here with some nice light west coast touches that really capture the best of the Concord groove of the early 80s. There's a gentle swing to the tracks that reminds us of some of the Ernestine Anderson Concord work from the period, and Jeannie plays a bit of piano as well as sings – and is joined by Jimmy on bass trombone, Red Callender on bass and tuba, and Charles McPherson on alto sax. Titles include "Brand New Blues Blues", "I Got A Mind To Ramble", "Cherry Red", "Roll Em Pete", and "Meet Me With Your Black Drawers On". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has light wear, a promo stamp, and radio station letters in a pen.)

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✨✧ Quiana LynellLittle Love ... CD
Concord, 2019. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A gorgeous Concord debut from New Orleans singer Quiana Lynell! She's backed up here by an impressive group of jazz players including Cyrus Chestnut, Ed Cherry and others, but it's Quiana's beautiful voice and lovely take on timeless songcraft that make this one so special. Includes takes on songs as varied as Leroy Hutson & Donny Hathaway's "Tryin' Times", the Gershwins' "They All Laughed" as a duet with Jamison Ross, Irma Thomas's "Hip Shakin' Momma'' and more, all done in an upbeat jazzy setting cut in just a couple days, giving it the right blend of tightly-done yet still a bit spontaneous. Other tracks include "We Are", "Move Me No Mountains", "Come Sunday/I Wish I Knew (How It Would Feel To Be Free)", "Just A Little Lovin' Early In The Mornin'", "You Hit The Spot", "What Is Love" and "Sing Out March On". CD

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Barbara RuskinLittle Of This – The Barbara Ruskin Songbook ... CD
President (UK), 1960s. New Copy ... $3.99 15.98
A dreamy collection of work by Barbara Ruskin – a lesser-known girl singer from the 60s Brit scene, but one who's fast rising to the top of our list with her work on this great set! Barbara's got a style that's similar to, but a bit different than that of contemporaries like Sandie Shaw, Dusty Springfield, or Cilla Black – because (as you'd guess from the acoustic guitar on the cover), Barbara's got a bit more of an influence from folk music – and as her recordings progress, she picks up some nice trippier elements that expand her sound past the usual UK girl pop mode, into a headier style that we really love. There's plenty of jingle-jangle in the mix here – and the CD's extremely well done, with the kind of notes and images we'd expect from Sanctuary or Cherry Red! Titles include "Pawnbroker Pawnbroker", "Light Of Love", "Euston Station", "Song Without End", "On South Street", "Information", "Almost", "You Can't Blame A Girl For Trying", "The 24th Day Of July", "The Loneliest Word In The World", and "Yesterday's Coffee". (Rock, Vocalists) CD

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