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CoplandAppalachian Spring/Tender Land Suite – Copland/Boston Symphony ... LP
RCA, 1960. Very Good+ ... $14.99
Aaron Copland conducts his classic Appalachian Spring with the Boston Symphony! LP, Vinyl record album
(Shaded dog stereo pressing – 7S/1S!)

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CoplandBilly The Kid (ballet suite)/Statements For Orchestra – Aaron Copland/London Symphony Orchestra ... LP
Everest, 1958. Very Good+ ... $8.99
... LP, Vinyl record album
(Gold label stereo pressing. Cover has a white border.)

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Dede CoplandPrice I Had To Pay/You Gotta Give Up Some Money ... 7-inch
Tramp (Germany), Late 60s. New Copy ... $9.99
A nicely moody track from Dede Copland – deep soul, with a slow-moving groove – one that really fits the blue-tinged lyrics of the track – which Copland delivers in a very unique vocal style! The track's got a great late nite vibe – that sort of middle-of-the-night sense of regret – which is offset by the more upbeat "You Gotta Give Up" – a tune that lopes along with a great 60s soul groove! 7-inch, Vinyl record


 
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Gary PeacockTangents ... CD
ECM, 2017. New Copy ... $16.99 18.99
Fantastic sounds from bassist Gary Peacock – an artist whose genius has never dimmed in all the many years he's been recording for the ECM label! This album recalls the special sort of approach that Gary first brought to a small group setting back in the 70s – a way of putting the bass forward, and redirecting energy from more familiar trio settings – even when they were led by a bassist. Gary's almost completely freed up from any sort of rhythmic role, and delivers these round, spacious notes with almost a painterly-like pace – augmented brilliantly by the chromatic hues of Marc Copland on piano, and punctuated carefully by drummer Joey Baron – whose work here reminds us how great he can be when he's really in the right space. Titles include "In & Out", "Empty Forest", "Contact", "December Greenwings", "Tempei Tempo", "Cauldron", and "Blue In Green". CD

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VariousSoulful Side Of GME & Musette Records ... LP
Tramp (Germany), Mid 60s. New Copy ... $14.99
An untapped legacy of rare soul music from the California scene of the 60s – all issued by the GME and Musette labels in San Diego – the latter of which was operated only as a tax writeoff for a small group of doctors! That status didn't stop the companies from putting out some wonderful sounds, though – and there's a vibe here that almost seems to trace a westward path from Texas to the west coast – with some of the deep soul and blues currents that you'd hear in work from Oakland at the time! Some of these tracks are nice and funky, others are mellower with a really hard-burning approach that's great – and the singers are wonderful throughout – proof that even in the smallest of settings, a true soul star will always deliver their best. Titles include "Steppin Stone" by Little Mary Staten, "You Gotta Give Up Some Money" by Dede Copland, "Sunset Strip" by Garnett Scott & Lani Groves, "Just Do Your Thing" by Big Daddy Rucker, "Duck All Over Town (parts 1 & 2)" by Arlene Williams, "Sweet Sixteen" by Lani Groves, "Jealous Man" by Big Daddy Rucker, "The Price I Had To Pay" by Dede Copeland, "You're Nobody Til Somebody Loves You" by Lenni Groves, "She's Alright" by Ervin Rucker, and "Xmas In The Ghetto" by Big Daddy Rucker. LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ VariousSoulful Side Of GME & Musette Records ... CD
Tramp (Germany), Mid 60s. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
An untapped legacy of rare soul music from the California scene of the 60s – all issued by the GME and Musette labels in San Diego – the latter of which was operated only as a tax writeoff for a small group of doctors! That status didn't stop the companies from putting out some wonderful sounds, though – and there's a vibe here that almost seems to trace a westward path from Texas to the west coast – with some of the deep soul and blues currents that you'd hear in work from Oakland at the time! Some of these tracks are nice and funky, others are mellower with a really hard-burning approach that's great – and the singers are wonderful throughout – proof that even in the smallest of settings, a true soul star will always deliver their best. Titles include "Steppin Stone" by Little Mary Staten, "You Gotta Give Up Some Money" by Dede Copland, "Sunset Strip" by Garnett Scott & Lani Groves, "Just Do Your Thing" by Big Daddy Rucker, "Duck All Over Town (parts 1 & 2)" by Arlene Williams, "Sweet Sixteen" by Lani Groves, "Jealous Man" by Big Daddy Rucker, "The Price I Had To Pay" by Dede Copeland, "You're Nobody Til Somebody Loves You" by Lenni Groves, "She's Alright" by Ervin Rucker, and "Xmas In The Ghetto" by Big Daddy Rucker. CD
Also available Soulful Side Of GME & Musette Records ... LP 14.99
 
 
 



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