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Jerry Cook Quartet +Walk In The Park ... CD
Cellar Live (Canada), 2020. Used ... $6.99
Jerry Cook on tenor saxophone, Chris Gestrin on paino, John Lee on bass, Jesse Cahill on drums & Dave Sikula on guitar. CD
(Slight mark through back of case.)

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Champian Fulton & Cory WeedsDream A Little . . . ... CD
Cellar Live (Canada), 2019. Used ... $6.99
Champian Fulton on vocals & piano & Cory Weeds on alto saxophone. CD
(Slight mark through back of case.)

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Mark Hynes Trio with Dennis IrwinTribute ... CD
Cellar Live, 2020. Used ... $5.99
Tracks include "B's Monk", "Cheese Cake", "Comes Love", "Isfahan", "Goodbye", and "Let's Cool One". CD
(Back cover has a light slice mark.)

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Tom Keenlyside QuartetFortune Teller ... CD
Cellar Live, 2020. Used ... $7.99
Features Tom Keenlyside on flute, Miles Black on piano, Miles Hill on bass, and Bernie Arai on drums. CD
(Light slice mark across back cover.)

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Johnny SummersBaker's Dozen – Celebrating Chet Baker ... CD
Cellar Live (Canada), 2020. Used ... $6.99
With Egor Ukoloff on piano, Kodi Hutchinson on acoustic bass, Karl Schwonik on drums & Jamie Cooper on drums. CD
(Slight mark through back of case.)

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✨✧ Cory Weeds with David HazeltineDay By Day ... CD
Cellar Live, 2020. New Copy ... $11.99 12.99
There's a great strong voice on this quartet date from alto player Corey Weeds – the piano of David Hazeltine, whose richness really seems to shape the session right from the very first note! The setting is one that's more natural to Weeds – a recording date in Vancouver, with Ken Lister on bass and Jesse Cahill on drums – but from the moment things take off, the whole session has all the warmth and soul of some of Hazeltine's dates as a leader – a quality that seems to bring out the best in the horn of Corey, and which has Lister and Cahill swinging as if they might be John Webber and Joe Farnsworth! Titles include "Day By Day", "Relatively Minor", "Blues De Troye", "Sterling Silver Sailboat", "Nobody Else But Me", and "The Shining Sea". CD

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Craig WuepperStorytelling ... CD
Cellar Live, 2014. Used ... $6.99
Craig Wuepper on drums, Harry Whiutaker on paino, David Schnitter on tenor saxophone & Pat O Leary on acoustic bass. CD

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✨✧ Grant StewartRise & Shine ... CD
Cellar Live, 2020. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Crisp, clear blowing from Grant Stewart – the kind of work that's made the tenorist a big favorite over the past few decades, and which continues to carry on his legacy with strong records like this! Stewart's always got a great ear for the right sort of accompanists – and this time around, the combo features Tardo Hammer on piano, Peter Washington on bass, and Phil Stewart on drums – all working with Grant at a session that was recorded at Rudy Van Gelder's studio, which seems to give the whole thing a very classic vibe. Titles include "Welcome To The Club", "Minor Mishap", "Grind", "Rise & Shine", "You", "Off Minor", "Hallucinations", and "Like This". CD
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Albert Ayler1964 Prophecy Revisited ... CD
Hat Hut (Switzerland), 1964. New Copy ... $16.99 19.99
An expanded, remastered version of the album Prophecy – early work by Albert Ayler, recorded live in 1964 at the Cellar Cafe in New York, but not issued by ESP until years later, after his untimely early death. The performance is a trio outing – with Ayler's tenor alongside the bass of Gary Peacock and drums of Sunny Murray – all freely skirting around each other's space on the date, in a way that allows Ayler to take the bold lead with his sharp-toned solos, but which also allows for free interplay between the bass and percussion. Ayler's tone and wide swaths of sound are simply amazing – and titles include two variations on "Ghosts", plus "Spirits", "Prophecy", and "Wizard". Newly remastered version of the full concert – with 10 tracks in all! CD
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✨✧ VariousCellarful Of Motown Vol 4 – The Rarest Detroit Grooves ... CD
Motown (UK), 1960s/1970s. New Copy 2CD ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
An amazing return to form for this legendary collection – filled with never-heard numbers, pulled from the 60s and 70s vaults of Motown Records! Even if you think you've got plenty of Motown in your collection already, you'll find plenty more here to love – totally fresh tracks by some of the label's biggest artists, plus some other gems by lesser-known stars – all of which have all the punch, power, and sparkle of classic Motown at its best! The 2CD set is brimming over with greatness – and we're honestly stunned that they can still come up with so many unreleased gems, even after three previous volumes in the collection. Titles include "Kidnapped" by The Blackberries, "Keep On Tryin" by The Fantastic Four, "My Baby Moves Me" by Brenda Holloway, "Your Kiss Kiss" by Marvin Gaye & Oma Heard, "Miss Lonely Heart" by The Vandellas, "You Gave Me Love To Live For" by Debbie Dean, "Head Over Heels In Love With You Baby" by The Spinners, "I'd Cry" by Chuck Jackson, "Twin Brother" by Eddie Holland, "Daddy Cool" by Oma Heard, "Three Time Loser" by Marvin Gaye, "The Girl I've Chosen To Be My Bride" by Joe Stubbs, "A Bird In The Hand" by Gladys Knight & The Pips, "Somebody's Waiting For Me" by The Contours, "Only A Lonely Man Would Know" by Ivy Joe Hunter, "The House That Jack Built" by JJ Barnes, "The Philly Dog" by Earl Van Dyke, and "Why Don't You Come Home" by Stevie Wonder. CD

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