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✨✧ Louis JordanGreat Rhythm & Blues Oldies Vol 1 ... LP
Blues Spectrum, Mid 70s. Sealed ... $5.99
Louis Jordan gets a sweet 70s revival – in a group with Shuggie Otis on guitar and organ, and with production by Johnny Otis! LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a cutout hole.)

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Gatemouth MooreGreat Rhythm & Blues Oldies Volume 7 ... LP
Blues Spectrum, 1977. Sealed ... $11.99
Great later work from Gatemouth Moore – a small combo set that also features Johnny Otis on drums and vibes, and Shuggie Otis on guitar and bass! LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a small cutout hole.)

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Johnny OtisGreat Rhythm & Blues Oldies Vol 3 ... LP
Blues Spectrum, 1977. Sealed ... $6.99
... LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a cut corner.)

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Johnny OtisGreat Rhythm & Blues Oldies Vol 8 ... LP
Blues Spectrum, 1977. Sealed ... $7.99
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Kenny BurrellHandcrafted ... LP
Muse, 1978. Very Good ... $6.99
An obscure little session from Kenny Burrell – recorded at the end of the 70s, and with a very laidback feel! The set was produced by Helen Keane, who'd done some of Bill Evans' greatest sets – and who had a real ear for the mellower side of the jazz spectrum. And for the record, she's got Kenny playing in a trio format that's very spacious – with only gentle accompaniment from Reggie Johnson on bass and Sherman Ferguson on drums, and most of the sound on the set coming from the strings of Kenny's guitar. Following in the gentle spirit of the set, Kenny even plays an acoustic guitar on 2 numbers – making for a very different sound than usual. Some tracks are quite long, really letting Kenny open up on his solos – and titles include "So Little Time", "All Blues", "I'm Glad There Is You", and "You & The Night & The Music". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a cutout notch.)
 
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Jimmy SmithWho's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf? ... LP
Verve, 1964. Very Good+ Gatefold ... $9.99
A real treasure, and a record that may well be our favorite Jimmy Smith album for Verve – a masterful meeting of his smoking Hammond work with some swingingly sophisticated arrangements by Oliver Nelson and Claus Ogerman! Both Nelson and Ogerman bring a fuller spectrum of horn work to the album than heard on other Smith sides of the time – using an almost orchestral approach to the backings, one that pushes Jimmy even further into the stratosphere as he solos madly on the organ! But don't think that the larger backings are clunky at all – because they're not – and there's a surprisingly deep soul to all the proceedings on the album, making it one of the tightest, grooviest, and deeply soulful records that Jimmy cut after leaving Blue Note! The LP includes two very long cuts – killer versions of "Who's Afraid Of Virginia Wolf" and "Slaughter On 10th Avenue" – plus shorter takes on "Bluesette", "Women Of The World", and "Wives & Lovers" that are all plenty amazing too! LP, Vinyl record album
 
 
 



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