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✨✧ Space Time All Stars (Continuum)Continuum – Act One ... CD
Space Time (France), 2004. Used ... Out Of Stock
A wonderful set of no-nonsense, groovy bop-learned jazz from the Space Time All Stars! The STAS truly are about as "all star" as they come to our ears - featuring Gary Bartz on alto & soprano sax, Jean Toussaint on soprano and tenor, Bill Mobley on trumpet & fluegelhorn, Donald Brown on piano, Essiet Essiet on bass, Billy Kilson on drums and additional percussion by Anga Diaz. The set runs from the cinematically sweeping opening run of Herbie Hancock's "I Have A Dream", to a more straight (but no less compelling) bop sound on numbers penned by Bartz and Brown, and well beyond. Amazingly, most of the numbers were cut on a single date. Are there more currently recording line ups out there this cohesive? Other tracks include "Way One Street", "The Vibe At Hub's Place", Buster Williams "Firewater", "Relentless", "Shona", Billy Eckstine's "I Want To Talk About You" (live) and more. CD
(Out of print.)

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Ethnic Heritage EnsembleContinuum ... CD
Delmark, 1997. Used ... $5.99
... CD
(Bacode has a cutout hole.)

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✨✧ Jane Antonia CornishContinuum – Decoda Ensemble ... CD
Innova, 2015. Used ... Out Of Stock
... CD
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Charlie Watts QuintetTribute To Charle Parker With Strings ... CD
Continuum, 1992. Used ... $6.99
... CD
(Out of print, digipack has some wear at the edges & spine.)
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Keith JarrettRestoration Ruin ... LP
Vortex, 1968. Very Good+ ... $11.99
Very nice early work by Keith Jarrett – and very different than his later albums for ECM! This set is pretty loose and spiritual at times – and has Keith playing a variety of instruments, from piano, to guitar, to soprano sax, organ, and percussion – as well as singing, which he does in kind of a hip, bluesy, jazz-based style. The songs have actual lyrics, not scatting bits, and the feel here is almost folk rock inflected with jazz – which makes for a very interesting mix, and some really great songs that would appeal to those who like the left end of the folk/rock/jazz continuum of the late 60s. Includes the funky "All Right", plus "Restoration Ruin", "Have A Real Time", "Wonders", "You're Fortunate", and "Where Are You Going". LP, Vinyl record album
(Original pressing. Cover has a cutout notch.)

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✨✧ VariousHavana Jam 2 ... LP
Columbia, 1979. Used 2LP Gatefold ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A rare cross-cultural session from 1979 – one in which Columbia Records was allowed to record live performances involving a number of American jazz musicians playing alongside Cuban groups like Irakere and The Cuban Percussion Ensemble! The blend of modes here is really great – somewhat in the territory of Irakere's albums for Columbia, but a lot wider-ranging overall – sometimes sensitive and jazz-based, sometimes much more upbeat and jamming! Jazz players include Dexter Gordon, Paquito D'Rivera, Jimmy Heath, and Stan Getz on tenor sax; Arthur Blythe on alto sax, Cedar Walton on piano, Jimmy Heath on bass, and Tony Williams on drums – as well as the members of Weather Report, who turn in one especially cooking number. Irakere plays "Mil Ciento De Junedad" and "Contradanza", Weather Report play "Teentown", Cuban Percussion Ensemble play "Scherezada/Sun Sun", John McLaughlin's Trio Of Doom play "Para Oriente" and "Continuum", and assorted jazz players handle "Tin Tin Deo", "Polkadots & Moonbeams", "Sounds For Sore Ears", and "I Wanna Be". LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ StereolabCobra & Phases Group Play Voltage In The Milky Night ... LP
Elektra/1972, 1999. New Copy 2LP Gatefold (reissue)... Out Of Stock
Stereolab at their peak – still the mindblowing swirl of older elements from the past – with references to old moog records, French pop, and a bazillion other things streaming through their ears – but also refined and given a bit more vision, too – as the group masterfully matures their sound! Part of the help seems to come from two key talents on the Chicago scene of the time – producers John McIntire and Jim O'Rourke – whose contributions can be felt, but are also stated on the label as an indication of just how much the band were also sharing the city's musical wealth at the time too. Titles include "Velvet Water", "People Do It All The Time", "Fuses", "The Free Design", "Italian Shoes Continuum", "The Emergency Kisses", and "Strobo Acceleration". LP, Vinyl record album

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