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Bob & EarlPuppet On A String/My Woman ... 7-inch
Marc, Mid 60s. Very Good ... $7.99
Bob and Earl were one of the greatest unsung soul duets of the 60s – and this single is proof that they had a lot more to offer than just their big hit "Harlem Shuffle". "Puppet" begins with a similar horn arrangement to "Harlem", but it then rolls into some great vocals, and a more complicated set of grooves with shoutin' stormin' vocals from the pair. "My Woman" is even better – and has Bob and Earl singing a heartbreaking duet with incredible vocal talents! Great stuff! 7-inch, Vinyl record
(White label pressing.)

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Bob BrookmeyerPlays Bob Brookmeyer & Some Others #3 (7 inch EP) ... 7-inch
Clef, Mid 50s. Very Good (pic cover)... $14.99
With Jimmy Rowles on piano – on tracks that include "Jasmin" and "Sticks & Stems". 7-inch, Vinyl record
(Cover has some wear.)

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Bob French's Storyville Jazz BandY'er Comes the Funky Man/St James Infirmary ... 7-inch
Broadmoor/Tramp (Germany), Early 70s. New Copy (reissue)... $7.99
Don't think "Storyville" in terms of trad jazz – because this New Orleans combo is mighty funky! "Y'Er Comes The Funky Man" has a groove that really lives up to its title – this romping rhythm that's really stripped down – with guitar on top of the bass, which leaves the drums lots of room to do plenty of great stuff on their own – as Bob and the group chant out the lyrics, then lay into some horns! And "St James Infirmary" may be an old standard, but it gets a fresh soulful twist here – with lyrics that are more 60s soul than older jazz – and some sweet backings to match! 7-inch, Vinyl record

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New Bob & EarlHarlem Shuffle/I'll Keep Running Back ... 7-inch
Marc, Late 60s. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Sublime work from Bob & Earl – easily one of the best male duet teams of the 60s! "Keep Running" is a slower, bluesier number – which is perfect for the pair's deeply soulful vocals! 7-inch, Vinyl record
(Promo. Label has some pen.)

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New Bob & Gene feat The InversionsI Can't Stand These Lonely Nights/Rub The Lamp ... 7-inch
Ever-Soul/Daptone, Early 70s/2012. New Copy (reissue)... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A sweet Jamaican-tinged take on this tune by Bob & Gene – one that features the duo's vocals set to grooves from the Inversions, a group led by Ticklah – all in a style that turns the soul track into a lost rocksteady number! The approach is mighty nice – strange at first, but really a grower – and the flip features a track that's basically the instrumental version of the vocal number! 7-inch, Vinyl record

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New Bob DylanLay Lady Lay/Peggy Day ... 7-inch
Columbia, 1969. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
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New Miles Davis with Bob DoroughBlue Christmas/Devil May Care (colored vinyl) (2014 Black Friday Release) ... 7-inch
Columbia/Legacy, 1962. New Copy (pic cover, reissue)... Out Of Stock
Legendary Christmas jazz tune from Miles Davis, producer-arranger Gil Evans and his Orchestra, and bebop vocalist Bob Dorough! Dorough's vocals work as a pretty sharp critique of crass Christmas commercialism, which is of course as relevant today as ever – as is the artistry of Miles, Gil and the band. Their version of Dorough's classic "Devil May Care" is on the flip. 7-inch, Vinyl record
(Blue vinyl!)

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New Bob Marley & The WailersJah Live/Concrete ... 7-inch
Island (UK), 1976. Used ... Out Of Stock
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Elmer Bernstein/Shorty Rogers & His GiantsMan With The Golden Arm – Original Soundtrack – Part 1 (7 inch EP) ... 7-inch
Decca, 1955. Very Good (pic cover)... $4.99
One of the greatest jazz soundtracks of all time! Elmer Bernstein wrote the score to Otto Preminger's chilling film version of Nelson Algren's book The Man With The Golden Arm – a sad tale of jazz, gambling, and heroin addiction on the streets of Chicago (not far from Dusty Groove, in fact!) – and in doing so, he came up with one of the first jazz soundtracks to really work strongly with a dramatic narrative. The film's striking theme is played in a number of variations, either with orchestral backing, or in small combo format by Shorty Rogers & His Giants, a crack west coast group that features work by Bud Shank, Shelly Manne, Bob Cooper, and Pete Candoli. The tracks work perfectly together as a suite of tracks, even without the images of the film – telling a tale of temptation, sadness, tragedy, and rebirth. Titles on this part 1 of the EP series include "Clark Street", "Audition", "Sunday Morning", and "Finale". 7-inch, Vinyl record
(Cover has some light wear.)

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Joe GordonIntroducing Joe Gordon (7 inch ep) ... 7-inch
EmArcy, Early 50s. Near Mint- (pic cover)... $14.99
Amazing work from bop trumpeter Joe Gordon! Gordon was a lost talent who only cut a handful of records before his untimely death in 1963 – but he was a heck of a trumpeter, with a rich talent that we'd rank up there with Lee Morgan and Kenny Dorham. Joe plays here in a group that includes Art Blakey on drums and Charlie Rouse on tenor – and the overall sound is right up there with the best raw bop on Blue Note or Prestige during the same time. Titles include "Toll Bridge" and "Lady Bob"! 7-inch, Vinyl record
(Cover has some discoloration from age.)

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Howard Rumsey's Lighthouse All StarsHoward Rumsey's Lighthouse All Stars Vol 5 (7 inch EP) ... 7-inch
Contemporary, 1953. Very Good (pic cover)... $14.99
Great early work from Howard Rumsey's Lighthouse group – working here at a level that's almost more freewheeling than on some of their later Contemporary albums! The format's still very much in place here – a host of key All Stars who include Milt Bernhart on trombone, Russ Freeman on piano, Jimmy Giuffre and Bob Cooper on tenors, and Shelly Manne on drums – but there's almost a more "live" sort of energy overall – a bit more boppish and open, with each new player leaping freely into the fray. Titles include "Sunset Eyes" and "Comin' Thru The Rye Bread". 7-inch, Vinyl record
(Red vinyl pressing. Cover has a split top seam and some light wear.)