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✨✧ Gitta SchaferTrans Lucency ... CD
AMF (Germany), 1992. Used ... $9.99
... CD
(Out of print.)
 
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Daniele AmfitheatrofMajor Dundee ... CD
DRG, 1965. Used ... $5.99
... CD
(Out of print.)

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Abri & The DreamfleetWe Fly ... CD
Desmo, 2017. New Copy ... Just Sold Out!
Abri is Hamdan Al Abri – the former singer of the excellent Dubai soul group Abri – getting back into his own groove here, at the forefront of a tight little trio! The instrumentation is heavy on warm keyboards and understated beats – often moving with a mellow rhythm that really suits the positive flow of Abri's vocals – music that might fit a dancefloor in the small hours as things are winding down, but which has more of an upbeat message that's better for the daytime. The sunny glow really keeps things compelling throughout – on titles that include "Want You Back", "We Fly", "Kilematude", "ICU", and "Only Love". CD
Also available We Fly ... LP 16.99

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VariousKill Bill Vol 1 – Original Soundtrack ... CD
Maverick, 2003. Used ... $2.99
The soundtracks to Tarantino films have yet to go wrong – especially when it comes the mad mad mix of wild, pulpy pop obscurities and 60s/70s soundtrack bites! Kill Bill features tunes by as wide of a variety of performers as Nancy Sinatra, Luis Bacalov, Isaac Hayes, Bernard Herrmann, "Master Of The Pan Flute" Zamfir, tongue-in-cheek Japanese mod rockers The 5,6,7,8's and. . .of course, the one and only RZA (who more or less scored the film, although a full RZA soundtrack has yet to materialize.) As with the soundtracks to Pulp Fiction and Jackie Brown, Tarantino has done a terrific job of assembling wildly disparate types of music that still manage to work very well together in a single set, and it's generally held together by the mood established by RZA's ability to meld funky soul beats with Asian strings and sound bites. Includes Nancy Sinatra/Lee Hazlewood's "Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)", "That Certain Female" by Charlie Feathers, "Twisted Nerve" by Bernard Herrmann, "Run Fay Run" by Isaac Hayes, "Greet Hornet" by Al Hirt, "The Flower Of Carnage" by Meiko Kaji, "Ode To Oren Ishii" and more by RZA, "Woo Hoo" by The 5,6,7,8's and more! CD

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✨✧ Tarika BlueVery Best Of Tarika Blue ... CD
Soul Brother (UK), Late 70s. Used ... Out Of Stock
A great collection featuring some of the best work by this classic 70s smooth fusion combo! Tarika Blue were labelmates to the James Mason group on Chiaroscuro – and the sound of this album's similar to Mason's best work: jazzy, souful, polished, but never lacking a depth and a commitment to grooving! Mason plays guitar on a number of tracks – and other players in the group include Justo Almario on sax, Ryo Kawasaki on guitar, and Irene Datcher on vocals. Titles include "Things Spring", "Love It", "Dreamflower", "You'll Be With Me", "Truth Is The Key", and "Out of This World". CD contains 2 bonus tracks. CD
(Out of print.)

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✨✧ VariousSwingin' Dick's Shellac Shakers Vol 1 & 2 – Hot Jive, Jumpin' Jazz & Big Band R&B 78s ... CD
Stag O Lee (Germany), 1930s/1940s. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Not the kind of record you might expect – neither a porno session, or a collection of work by artists named Richard – and instead, a sweet stack of rare tracks originally issued on 78rpm shellac – working together here in jiving jazzy brilliance! The work here is from the swing generation and beyond – with a strong focus on the sorts of sounds that would set the tone for the jump jive and R&B generation – including some especially nice vocal tracks! CD features 20 tracks in all – and titles include "Jam Man" by Slim Gaillard, "The Minor Drag" by Fats Waller, "I Got Rhythm" by Horace Henderson, "Old Joe's Hittin The Jug" by Stuff Smith & His Onyx Club Orchestra, "Caledonia" by Woody Herman, "Voodoo Woman Blues" by Jay McShann, "The Little Goose" by Rex Stewart's Big Eight, "Ball Of Fire" by Gene Krupa, "Bunch Of Rhythm" by Horace Henderson, "Root Hog Or Die" by The Harlem Hamfats, "Rip Up The Joint" by Sidney Bechet, "Jive" by Cab Calloway, "All The Cats Join In" by Roy Eldridge, "Raid The Joint" by Erskine Hawkins, "Harlem Rhumbain" by Hot Lips Page, and "Who Said Shorty Wasn't Coming Back" by Lucky Millinder. CD

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BalancoMore ... CD
Schema/Fez (Italy), 1999. Used ... Just Sold Out!
Incredible! Although the first album by Balanco had a definite Italian bossa sound (which was very popular in their acid jazz scene a few years ago), this great second album by the group breaks into whole new territory – like French and Italian soundtrack grooves, particularly in the vein of Ennio Morricone (who they covered on their first LP) and the great Francis Lai! The style of the group's changed slightly – and they've developed this amazing keyboard, bass, and vocals sound that's very similar to the instrumentation used in some of Morricone's best 70's work. Titles include "The Bachelor Waltz", "Mrs. Beat", "The Girl From Montenegro", "Dreamflight", "Man & A Woman", and "Bossa Memorandum". One of our favorites recently – and a another delight from the Schema label! CD
(Out of print.)
 
 
 



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