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Ice Cream TeeLet's Work (ext voc, inst, edited voc, video, dub) ... 12-inch
Uni, 1989. Near Mint- ... $2.99
Produced by Jazzy Jay. 12-inch, Vinyl record
(In a stickered Strong City sleeve. Labels have small BPM stickers.)

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✨✧ CreamHeavy Cream ... LP
Polydor, Late 60s. Used 2LP ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
... LP, Vinyl record album
(Original pressing in the envelope style cover, with some moderate wear & splash stains.)

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✨✧ CreamBest Of Cream ... LP
Atco, 1969. Used ... Out Of Stock
... LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ CreamFresh Cream ... LP
Atco, 1967. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Titles include "I Feel Free", "NSU", "Dreaming", "Cat's Squirrel", "Toad", and "I'm So Glad". LP, Vinyl record album
(Tan & purple label pressing.)

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✨✧ Jazzy Jay/Ice Cream Tee/Tony D/RaheemBack To The Lab/Do What You Gotta Do/Keep Hushin/I'm The King ... 12-inch
Strong City/Uni, 1988. Used ... Out Of Stock
One of the hardest to find and best Strong City singles! You get 2 early Tony D tracks, with his trademark boom bap sound, and even a turn at the mic from Tony, a sweet Jazzy Jay cut up/transformer take on Eddie Drennon's block party break number "Do What You Gotta Do" and an early, early Diamond D production with funky hyped beat and rhymes by Raheem! 12-inch, Vinyl record
(Promo in a Strong City sleeve. Labels have a name in marker.)

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Herb Alpert & OthersWhipped Cream & Other Delights – Re-Whipped ... CD
A&M/Shout Factory, 1960s/2006. Used ... $4.99
A surprisingly great take on the Tijuana Brass sound of the 60s – one that offers up new remixes of classics, but which is nicely respectful of the original Herb Albert groove! Unlike other remix projects of this type, which sometimes clutter up the tracks with too many extra bits – or abstract the originals past the point of recognition – this one maintains the sense of space, time, and rhythm that Herb first brought to his work in the 60s, while also updating the tunes with a 21st Century aesthetic. Remixers include Medeski Martin & Wood, Mocean Worker, Thievery Corporation, John King (Dust Brothers), and Anthony Marinelli – and titles include "Whipped Cream", "Taste Of Honey", "Green Peppers", "Bittersweet Samba", "Peanuts", "Love Potion #9", and "Butterball". CD
(Out of print.)

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Herb Alpert & The Tijuana BrassWhipped Cream & Other Delights ... CD
A&M, 1965. Used ... $4.99
Trumpety magic from Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass – a record that's known not only for its classic cover of a model dipped in whipped cream, but also for it's tremendously groovy groove! The Tijuana sound is very firmly in place by the time of this set – Mexican-inspired, but compressed down into a sweet little LA groove in that magical A&M way – never too over the top, done in a way that takes a previously-hokey brassy sound, and smoothes it out for the Now Sound generation! Titles include the hit single "Whipped Cream", plus "Taste Of Honey", "Green Peppers", "Bittersweet Samba", "Lemon Tree", "Ladyfingers", and "Butterball". CD
(Out of print original pressing.)
Also available Whipped Cream & Other Delights (with bonus tracks) ... CD 5.99

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✨✧ Herb Alpert & The Tijuana BrassWhipped Cream & Other Delights (with bonus tracks) ... CD
A&M/Shout Factory, 1965. Used ... $5.99
Trumpety magic from Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass – a record that's known not only for its classic cover of a model dipped in whipped cream, but also for it's tremendously groovy groove! The Tijuana sound is very firmly in place by the time of this set – Mexican-inspired, but compressed down into a sweet little LA groove in that magical A&M way – never too over the top, done in a way that takes a previously-hokey brassy sound, and smoothes it out for the Now Sound generation! Titles include the hit single "Whipped Cream", plus "Taste Of Honey", "Green Peppers", "Bittersweet Samba", "Lemon Tree", "Ladyfingers", and "Butterball". Includes the bonus tracks "Rosemary" and "Blueberry Park". CD
(Out of print Signature Series edition. Includes fold-out poster!)
Also available Whipped Cream & Other Delights ... CD 4.99

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Count BasieCream Of Count Basie & His Orchestra Vol II ... CD
Flapper/Pavilion (UK), Late 30s. Used ... $0.99
... CD
(Out of print.)

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PrinceCream (album, NPG mix)/Things Have Gotta Change (Tony M rap)/The Wire (creamy inst)/Get Some Solo/Do Your Dance (KC's rmx)/Housebangers/Q In ... 12-inch
Warner, 1990. New Copy (pic cover, reissue)... $11.99 12.99
Almost an album, more than a 12" single – given all the many mixes and tracks included on the vinyl! The set's based around the core "Cream" – one of the better jams from Prince & The New Power Generation – but the whole thing explodes in lots of mixes, extra tracks and instrumentals! In addition to the Tony M vocals on "Things Have Gotta Change", the set also features the instrumentals "The Wire" and "Q In Doubt" - plus the "Ethereal Mix", "Do Your Dance (KC rmx)", "Get Some Solo", and "Housebangers". 12-inch, Vinyl record

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Tony Joe WhiteHomemade Ice Cream ... LP
Warner, 1973. Very Good Gatefold ... $24.99
The last Warner Brother album by Tony Joe White, and a set that mixes the raw feel of his Monument Records years with these great laidback numbers that have a surprising amount of soul, and a nice undercurrent of funk! White's a powerhouse here – completely confident, but also able to relax into a groove even more than before – and the album's got some surprisingly sensitive acoustic guitar work that seems to show a whole new side of his charms. Titles include "Saturday Night In Oak Grove Louisiana", "California On My Mind", "Backwoods Preacher Man", "No News Is Good News", and "Did Somebody Make A Fool Out Of You". LP, Vinyl record album
(White label promo. Cover has light wear.)

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Wu-Tang ClanCREAM (album, acapella, inst, bonus radio mix, radio edit) ... 12-inch
RCA, 1995. Near Mint- ... $19.99
... 12-inch, Vinyl record
(White label promo.)

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VariousChocolate Cream – Greatest R&B Hits Of The 70s ... LP
Columbia, 1970s. Very Good+ ... $9.99
... LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a cutout notch.)

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✨✧ Black FireCream ... LP
Cinedelic (Italy), 1973. New Copy (reissue)... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Groovy greatness from the Italian sound library scene of the 70s – played by a cool little combo who seem to carry on the best styles from late 60s material by composers like Ennio Morricone or Armando Trovajoli! These guys mix together jazz, bossa, and some mod moments too – all with the kind of breezy styles that we love from earlier Italian film scores for comedies or romantic movies – especially those sweetly-stepping grooves that Morricone could do so well! Instrumentation changes up nicely – with some bossa percussion, offbeat electric piano, wah-wah guitar, and even some very cool wordless female vocals too. The whole thing's great – filled with the kind of gems we used to dig on the Easy Tempo series – and titles include "Corking", "Alcoholic", "Cream", "Airing", "Magnum", "Rush", "Relief", "Straggler", "Sorry", and "Melancolie". LP, Vinyl record album
(Very limited pressing – in a nice heavy cover too!)

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✨✧ Eric ClaptonCream Of Clapton ... CD
Polydor/Chronicles, 1960s/1970s. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
... CD
(CRC pressing.)

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✨✧ TimeIce Cream Castle ... LP
Warner, 1984. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Classic! The third LP from the Time, and last before Morris Day went off and started his solo career – though by this point Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis had departed the group. Nonetheless, the sound is still tight modern funk, with Jesse Johnson and crew keeping things in the great post-Prince Minneapolis pop-funk sound, including some nice dance numbers like "Jungle Love" and "The Bird" – and Morris just being Morris on cuts like "My Drawers", "Chili Sauce" and "If The Kid Can't Make You Come". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a cutout notch.)

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✨✧ George LewisIce Cream ... CD
Delmark, 1953. Used ... Out Of Stock
... CD
(Barcode has a cutout hole.)
 
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Joyce CobbDig The Gold (long, short) ... 7-inch
Cream, 1979. Near Mint- ... $3.99
... 7-inch, Vinyl record
(Promo.)

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Gene Bowlegs Miller/Don Bryant/Janet & the Jays/AnLegacy Of Gene Bowlegs Miller ... CD
Hi Records/Cream/Demon (UK), Late 60s. Used ... $9.99
... CD
(Out of print.)

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OV WrightHi Records Masters ... CD
Cream/Hi Records, Late 70s. Used ... $13.99
... CD
(Out of print.)

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✨✧ Syl JohnsonA-Sides ... CD
Hi Records/Cream, 1970s. Used ... Out Of Stock
... CD
(Out of print.)
 
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Manny AlbamManny Albam's Jazz Greats Of Our Time – Complete Recordings ... CD
Decca/Lonehill (Spain), 1957/1958. Used 2 CDs ... $11.99
A great collection of a unique showcase in 50s jazz – large group recordings by arranger Manny Albam, done to showcase some of the best players of the time from both the New York and LA scenes! The sessions were originally recorded for Decca – with volume 1 featuring mostly players from New York, and volume 2 featuring the cream of the crop of the west coast scene. The format was simple – in that Albam would pen arrangements for longish tracks that brought together the whole ensemble – then allowed plenty of space for players to break out in well-crafted solos. Artists include Art Farmer, Harry Edison, Conte Candoli, Bob Brookmeyer, Phil Woods, Zoot Sims, Bill Holman, Gerry Mulligan, Charlie Mariano, Milt Hinton, Lou Levy, Hank Jones, and Pepper Adams – and tracks include "See Here Miss Bromley", "Poor Dr Millmoss", "Blues From Neither Coast", "Home Brew", "Little Eye Opener", "Blues Over Easy (parts 1 & 2)", and "Afterthoughts". 2CD set features 20 tracks in all – seemingly a lot more than on the original albums! CD

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Black UhuruAnthem ... LP
Mango, 1982. Very Good+ ... $9.99
The cream of the crop of early 80s reggae. Fusing militant, political lyrics with the excellent harmony vocal arrangements of Puma Jones, Duckie Simpson and Michael Rose and the unrelenting electrified rhythms of Sly & Robbie, Black Uhuru represented the zenith of the modern Roots era. This album is considered by many to be the group's last great one, in spite of a number of concessions that gave it further commercial appeal – and helped it win a grammy. Whatever your opinion, it's hard to argue with classic cuts like "What Is Life?", "Solidarity", "Party Next Door" and "Bull In The Pen", plus "Black Uhuru Anthem", "Try It", "Botanical Roots" and "Elements". LP, Vinyl record album

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Blues ImageOpen ... LP
Atco, 1970. Very Good ... $6.99
Driving stuff from Blues Image – the fairly short-lived, Latin-tinged 60s stoner rockers that are scarcely remembered but for the lone big hit "Ride Captain Ride", one of the finest rock singles of the era. That tune, with it's mellow mid tempo organ groove and big catchy chorus is a bit uncharacteristic of the group's overall sound. Blues Image as a whole is much more indebted to Cream – with really heavy riffing and tight propulsive drums and percussion that make them a nicely dirgy answer to others in the sunshine scene. Hazy rock fans of today can have their Queens Of The Stone Age, and all the rest. We'll take the real thing. Thanks again, Sundazed, for rescuing a long lost, worthy slab of 60s rock! "Love Is The Answer", "Running The Water", "Clean Love", "La Bamba", "Consuelate", "Ride Captain Ride", "Pay My Dues" and more. LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has some wear and center splitting.)

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Graham Bond & Pete BrownTwo Heads Are Better Than One ... LP
Chapter One/Vinilisssimo (Spain), 1972. New Copy (reissue)... $24.99
A ramshackle batch of early 70s post psychedelic rock from Pete Brown & Graham Bond – with an indelible groove thanks to the healthy portions of bluesy and soulful influences – on a wild batch of songs! You might actually expect an even trippier ride given some of the outlandish song times, Cream and Jack Bruce lyricist Brown does fly the flag for post hippie freakiness, but the underlying groove and rhythms and sweeter female vocal accompaniment hold it together – with some trumpet, sax, electric keys and percussion bringing a deeper dimension than other stuff in the leftfield British rock scene of the time. Titles include "Lost Tribe", "Ig The Pig", "Oobati", "Amazing Grass", "Scunthorpe Crabmeat", "Train Sideways Boogie Shuffle Stomp", "Colonel Frights' Dancing Terrapins", "Mass Debate" and "Looking For Time". LP, Vinyl record album

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Jack BruceSongs For A Tailor ... LP
Atco, 1969. Very Good+ ... $9.99
A wild batch of jazz rock tunes – recorded by ex-Cream bassist Jack Bruce, along with a host of like-minded luminaries that include Chris Spedding, Harry Beckett, Dick Heckstall-Smith, and John Hisemann. Unlike Bruce's first solo album – Things We Like – which was an all-jazz outing, this album features Bruce singing as well, and an overall approach that has more of a rock-based song structure – yet still many of the expansive styles embraced by the Brit jazz rock generation of the time. Titles include "Rope Ladder To The Moon", "Theme For An Imaginary Western", "Tickets To Water Falls", and "The Clearout". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a cutout notch & light wear.)

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Captain SkyPop Goes The Captain ... LP
AVI, 1979. Very Good ... $6.99
Captain Sky is sort of a bargain-basement version of Bootsy Collins. He plays lots of heavy bass riffs, lays down long funk tracks with wicked vocals and trippy space funk lyrics – but somehow he's never worthy of a ride on the mothership. The record's not a bad one, and it's an interesting example of the huge space-funk influence the work of George Clinton had on the soul underground during the late 70s. Not that anyone did it nearly as good as the P-Funk crew, but there were always a host of folks like Captain trying their best. Tracks include "Moonchild", "Fearless", "Cream & Sugar", "Rebirth", "Hero", and "Ker-Runch". LP, Vinyl record album

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Bill CosbyWonderfulness ... LP
Warner, 1966. Very Good ... $1.99
Features "Old Weird Harold", "Bill's Fainting Ma", "Cream O Wheat", "About 3,000,000 Kids", and "Johnson & Rudolph". LP, Vinyl record album
(Gold label stereo pressing.)

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✨✧ Eric DolphyIron Man ... LP
Douglas/Celluloid, 1962. New Copy (reissue)... $9.99
A seminal set from Eric Dolphy – one of his most perfectly realized moments at the head of a larger ensemble – and a record that definitely set the tone for countless spiritual jazz sessions of the 70s! Dolphy recorded this session for Alan Douglas in 1962, and it features a larger array of players than you'll find on most of his records for other labels – the cream of the "new thing" players that were around New York at the time, including Bobby Hutcherson on vibes, Woody Shaw on trumpet, Prince Lasha on flute, Sonny Simmons on alto, and even Clifford Jordan on soprano sax – making a rare appearance on record on that instrument! Together, the players create a set of soundscapes that lies somewhere between Dolphy's Out To Lunch album, and some of the more modernist work by Mingus – a stunning batch of tracks that go out, but never too far. Titles include "Ode to CP", "Burning Spear", "Iron Man", and "Mandrake". LP, Vinyl record album

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Gianni FerrioIl Killer ... LP
CAM/Spettro (Italy), 1969. New Copy (reissue)... About January 25, 2017 (delayed)
A definite killer from the great Gianni Ferrio – one of his grooviest soundtracks ever, and a set that's filled with lots of mod 60s touches! There's a bit of electric sitar, cool bubbling Hammond, and even some jazzy horn parts that make for nice flourishes over the top – all changing up in cool and different ways from track to track – creating the kind of instrumental variety that we love in soundtracks like these! The album features vocals on two tracks – and titles include "Strana Gente", "Mr Ice Cream Again", "Week-End On Ice", "Billy's Ice Cream", "Pedigree", "Semifreddo", "Nuovi Ricchi", and "Fino All'Ultimo Gelato". LP, Vinyl record album

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Five Day Week Straw People (Guy & David)Five Day Week Straw People ... LP
Saga (UK), 1968. Near Mint- Gatefold ... $24.99
A clunky name for a group, but a record that more than makes us overlook that fact – thanks to a lean, fuzzy, focused set of tracks! The Five Day Week Straw People title is a reference to the album's slight concept – dedicated to folks who work mindless jobs all week, but really start to live on the weekends – presented by the album in a pastiche of snapshot songs, often with a much headier sound than other records of its type! The duo have a very Cream-like sound overall – heavy bass rumbling through most songs, and lots of great guitar that often gets heavy on distortion, and which is played with a solo sensibility that's quite strong, and surprising, given the obscurity of the group. Titles include "Gold Digger", "Postman", "Car Wash", "I'm Going Out Tonight", "Dust In My Eyes", "Does It Rain", and "If You Were Around". CD features 2 bonus tracks – "As My Love Is For You" and "Father Martin". LP, Vinyl record album
(Reissue pressing on Get Back!)

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Al GreenTo Sir With Love/Wait Here ... 12-inch
Hi Records, 1978. Very Good- ... $2.99
... 12-inch, Vinyl record
(In a Cream Disco sleeve.)

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✨✧ Buddy Guy & Junior WellsBuddy Guy & Junior Wells Play The Blues (expanded edition – with unreleased tracks) ... CD
Atco/Friday Music, 1972. Used 2CD ... $17.99
We're not normally ones to rave about electric blues albums, but this one's a lot nicer than you might think – recorded with plenty of deep soul touches, and even a dose of funk in the right places! We hate to admit it, but a big part of the credit here goes to Eric Clapton – who produced most of the record and gives Buddy and Junior a tightness that's missing from some of their other records of the time. There's almost a post-Cream sort of groove to the record – that "hipper than rock" sensibility that colored many of Clapton's old group members' projects for Atlantic in the years after Cream disbanded. But of course, Buddy Guy & Junior Wells are the real stars of the set – and the record's good enough to make even jaded Chicago residents like us appreciate their talents here! Titles include "A Poor Man's Plea", "My Baby She Left Me", "A Man Of Many Words", "I Don't Know", and "This Old Fool". 2CD set features a whopping huge batch of bonus tracks – 13 in all – including "Tears Tears Tears", "Checkin Up On My Baby", "Last Night", "Bad Bad Whiskey (long version)", "You're So Fine (mono rough mix)", "Stone Crazy", "Dirty Mother For You", "D Blues", and "First Time I Met The Blues". CD
Also available Buddy Guy & Junior Wells Play The Blues (expanded edition – with unreleased tracks) ... CD 21.99

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Buddy Guy & Junior WellsBuddy Guy & Junior Wells Play The Blues (expanded edition – with unreleased tracks) ... CD
Atco/Friday Music, 1972. New Copy 2CD ... $21.99 29.99
We're not normally ones to rave about electric blues albums, but this one's a lot nicer than you might think – recorded with plenty of deep soul touches, and even a dose of funk in the right places! We hate to admit it, but a big part of the credit here goes to Eric Clapton – who produced most of the record and gives Buddy and Junior a tightness that's missing from some of their other records of the time. There's almost a post-Cream sort of groove to the record – that "hipper than rock" sensibility that colored many of Clapton's old group members' projects for Atlantic in the years after Cream disbanded. But of course, Buddy Guy & Junior Wells are the real stars of the set – and the record's good enough to make even jaded Chicago residents like us appreciate their talents here! Titles include "A Poor Man's Plea", "My Baby She Left Me", "A Man Of Many Words", "I Don't Know", and "This Old Fool". 2CD set features a whopping huge batch of bonus tracks – including "Tears Tears Tears", "Checkin Up On My Baby", "Last Night", "Bad Bad Whiskey (long version)", "You're So Fine (mono rough mix)", "Stone Crazy", "Dirty Mother For You", "D Blues", and "First Time I Met The Blues". CD
Also available Buddy Guy & Junior Wells Play The Blues (expanded edition – with unreleased tracks) ... CD 17.99

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Tubby HayesJazz Genius – The Flamingo Era (3CD set) ... CD
Tempo/Fantastic Voyage (UK), 1956/1957/1958/1959/1961. Used 3CD ... $11.99
Tubby Hayes is definitely a genius – we've been saying that for years, and it's nice to have a CD set that finally states it as proof! The UK tenorist was easily one of the best players going in the late 50s and early 60s – on either side of the Atlantic – and although Tubbs recorded a bit in the US, most of his work never hit these shores, as it was recorded for the Tempo label in England. This package nicely corrects that fact, and presents a sublime assortment of classic Tubby Hayes grooves from his best years – a period when he was often working in the company of co-tenorist Ronnie Scott, and also getting great accompaniment from the cream of the UK scene – including Jimmy Deuchar on trumpet, Terry Shannon and Bill LeSage on piano, Lenny Bush and Phil Bates on bass, and Tony Crombie and Bill Eyden on drums. The 3CD set brings together 6 albums from the Tempo label – Tubby Hayes & The Jazz Couriers, An Evening With Tony Kinsey, The Jazz Couriers In Concert, Jazz At The Flamingo, Tony Crombie & His Men, and London Jazz Quartet – some of which weren't under Hayes' name as a leader, but which still feature some very strong contributions on tenor, plus a bit of vibes and flute as well! 41 tracks in all – with titles that include "Runnymede Groove", "What A Gas", "Through The Night Roared The Overland Express", "Royal Ascot", "Cheek To Cheek", "Laker's Day", "Odd Man Out", "London Lament", and "Mirage". CD

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Bobby HutchersonSolo/Quartet ... CD
Contemporary/OJC, 1981. Used ... $18.99
Bobby Hutcherson breaks it down in two different ways – solo on the first half of the record, and in a quartet on the rest! The set begins in a very spare way – Bobby playing vibes, marimba, xylophone, and bells – often a bit overdubbed, so that although alone, Hutcherson fills the tracks with a rich palette of sound – glowingly rhythmic lines that ring out with plenty of soul, and showcase a really under-tapped side of Bobby's talents! Remaining tracks are equally great, but in a totally different way – played by a righteous lineup that includes McCoy Tyner on piano, Herbie Lewis on bass, and Billy Higgins on drums – really working together beautifully in ways that make the album feel like a lost 70s soul jazz set. Forget Hutcherson's slick look on the cover – because this album's drenched in open, honest, acoustic feeling – a rich tapestry of sound and emotion, on tracks that include "Gotcha", "The Ice Cream Man", "For You Mom & Dad", "Messina", "My Foolish Heart", and "La Alhambra". CD
(Out of print, please note that there is a name in pen on booklet cover & a small cutout notch through spine.)

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Gregory IsaacsOut Deh (with bonus tracks) ... CD
African Museum (Jamaica), 1984. Used ... $9.99
An excellent batch of dancehall and lover's rock on Isaac's own African Museum imprint, with help from the Roots Radics. 8 tracks in all: "Good Morning", "Private Secretary", "Yes I Do", 'Sheila", "Out Deh", "Star", "Dieting" and "Love Me With Feeling". Includes 2 bonus tracks "Cream Of The Crop " & "Love Me With A Feeling (In A Rubadub Style)". CD
(Out of print.)
Also available Out Deh ... LP 14.99

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✨✧ Elmore James/John BrimWhose Muddy Shoes (Japanese pressing) ... CD
Chess (Japan), 1950s. Used ... $11.99
A great entry in the Chess Heritage Series at the end of the 60s – one that features rare 50s Chicago recordings by Elmore James, plus some even more obscure sides by lesser-known singer John Brim! James' style is well known, and well-executed here – rough and raw, but with a good sense of focus – on tracks that include "Whose Muddy Shoes", "I See My Baby", "My Best Friend", "The Sun Is Shining", "Madison Blues", and "Talk To Me Baby". Brim is great too – a singer we didn't know before this record, with an all-out kind of quality in his voice that's almost a bit like some of the rougher soul of the 60s at times. Brim sings "Lifetime Baby", "Ice Cream Man", "You Got Me", and "Rattlesnake". CD also features 2 bonus tracks – "Gary Stomp" and an alternate of "The Sun Is Shining". CD
(Out of print.)

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Elmore James/John BrimWhose Muddy Shoes (with bonus track) ... CD
Chess, 1950s. Used ... $11.99
A great entry in the Chess Heritage Series at the end of the 60s – one that features rare 50s Chicago recordings by Elmore James, plus some even more obscure sides by lesser-known singer John Brim! James' style is well known, and well-executed here – rough and raw, but with a good sense of focus – on tracks that include "Whose Muddy Shoes", "I See My Baby", "My Best Friend", "The Sun Is Shining", "Madison Blues", and "Talk To Me Baby". Brim is great too – a singer we didn't know before this record, with an all-out kind of quality in his voice that's almost a bit like some of the rougher soul of the 60s at times. Brim sings "Lifetime Baby", "Ice Cream Man", "You Got Me", and "Rattlesnake". Includes the bonus track "Lifetime Baby". CD
(Out of print.)

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La CremaEl Party Con La Crema ... LP
West Side Latino, 1973. New Copy (reissue)... $9.99
A crack set of early 70s Latin, played by "the cream of New York" – a group that includes Louie Ramirez on piano, vibes, and organ, and Mauricio Smith on flute and sax! The whole album's pretty darn great, with a really strong jazzy touch – thanks to great work by Ramirez and Smith – and at some level, the feel of the record is similar to that of labelmates Ocho, with an equally righteous blend of styles. Most tracks have vocals, but the main focus is on the strong instrumentation – and 2 cuts on the set are instrumentals. Titles include "Salta Perico", "El Party", "Quimbia", "Mi Pais", and a great funky cover of "Cisco Kid"! LP, Vinyl record album

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ManhattansThere's No Me Without You/That's How Much I Love You ... CD
Columbia/Kent (UK), 1973/1974. New Copy ... $10.99 18.99
Landmark harmony soul – back to back! This excellent set features the first two Columbia albums by The Manhattans – groundbreaking records that took the New Jersey soul sound firmly into the mainstream – and showed that some great things could happen when a vocal group got polished up a bit! First up is There's No Me Without You – The Manhattans' first album for Columbia – and a monster LP that showed that there was no turning back for the group! After cutting some seminal indie singles for the Carnival label during the 60s, the group sort of bumped around a bit during the early 70s – but with the release of this album, they emerged as a perfectly formed harmony group, armed with a sophisticated adult sound that sounded light years ahead of most of their contemporaries, who were still singing falsetto soul or simple pop. Gerald Alston is a lead vocalist on a par with Teddy Pendergrass in his later years – and the arrangements by Bobby Martin at Sigma Sound are some of his best mellow work of the decade. Titles include "Wish That You Were Mine", "You'd Better Believe It", "We Made It", "There's No Me Without You", and "The Day The Robin Sang To Me". Next is That's How Much I Love You – sublime work from The Manhattans – who are on top of the world at this point! The group's harmonies are excellent, a bit rough in the best parts – ala Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes during the Teddy Pendergrass years – but also capable of tremendous strength when forged together, which happens often on the album's tight set of Philly-produced tracks. Bobby Martin arranged the material, and backing is by the cream of Sigma Sound – a perfect backdrop for gems like "Don't Take Your Love From Me", "That's How Much I Love You", "Summertime In The City", "Strange Old World", and "I Don't Want To Pay The Price Of Losing You". CD
 
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Fatima MansionsOnly Solution: Another Revolution – Blues For Ceausescu (only solution mix, lp)/Chemical Cosh (scream mix, lp) ... 12-inch
Radioactive, 1991. Near Mint- (pic cover)... $1.99
... 12-inch, Vinyl record
(Cover has a promo stamp.)

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Screamin Jay HawkinsPlanet Sessions (Night & Day Of Screamin Jay Hawkins – plus bonus tracks) ... CD
Planet/Ace (UK), 1965. New Copy ... $11.99 18.98
An incredible lost moment in the career of Screamin Jay Hawkins – material that was recorded in London in the mid 60s, and with a very different flavor than most of Hawkins' other material! There's a mod jazz approach to this set that's totally great – as Jay's raw vocals come into play with a sweet-grooving Hammond, in a combo that also features some sharp work on guitar, and some strong sax solos too! The upbeat, jazzy vibe is totally great – and gives Screamin Jay a whole new focus for his vocals – and for his songwriting, too – as most of the material here is original. And while Hawkins is always best remembered for his spooky, gimmicky cuts, this material is equally great in a totally different way – and, if it were pursued further, might have given the man a whole new direction in his career. Make no mistake, there's still plenty here to love if you're a longtime fan of Screamin Jay Hawkins – but you'll also really appreciate the mod grooves in the set as well! Titles include "I Wanna Know", "In My Dream", "Change Your Ways", "Serving Time", "Please Forgive Me", "Move Me", "My Marion", and "All Night". Plus, CD features a whopping 12 bonus tracks – a few alternate takes, and other versions of album songs – plus the titles "I'm Lonely" and "Stone Crazy". CD

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Screamin Jay HawkinsSomethin' Funny Goin' On ... CD
Bizarre Planet, 1994. Used ... $8.99
... CD
(Out of print, punch through barcode.)

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Screamin' Jay HawkinsWhat That Is (180 gram pressing) ... LP
Philips/Universal (Spain), 1969. New Copy (reissue)... $18.99
Screamin Jay Hawkins caught at the height of one of his first "revival" periods – the late 60s, when he was opening for the Rolling Stones, and popping out of the same sort of coffin pictured on the cover! The style of the record takes the older R&B mode of Hawkins' 50s singles, and maybe gives it a bit more of a kick with some of the younger blues generation – but in a way that only seems to open up his music more than before. The album was recorded live in a Hollywood club, where Hawkins was clearly trying out the act that was winning him appeal with the new crowds – and players include Lyle Ritz on bass, Plas Johnson on tenor, Earl Palmer on drums, and even a bit of piano from Grahame Bond. Titles include "Ask Him", "Thing Called Woman", "Dig", "I'm Lonely", "What That Is", "Constipation Blues", and "Feast Of The Mau Mau". LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited edition!)

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✨✧ Ernie WilkinsScreaming Mothers ... LP
Mainstream, 1974. Near Mint- 2LP Gatefold ... $19.99
A pretty tasty set of big band instrumentals – led by Ernie Wilkins, and featuring a group with a heck of a lot of hip players, including Grady Tate, Hubert Laws, Chris Woods, Billy Butler, Frank Owens, Woody Shaw, and others. The tunes are mostly short – with a brace of horns over the top of percussion and rhythms driven by electric bass and occasional organ or "rocksichord" work! Titles include "Funky Broadway", "Baby It's You", "One", "Journey To The Center Of The Mind", "Get Back", "Spinning Wheel", "Respect", and "Evil Ways". LP, Vinyl record album
(White label promo. Cover has light wear and a small promo sticker.)

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✨✧ VariousAfrican Scream Contest – Raw & Psychedelic Afro Sounds From Benin & Togo 70s ... LP
Analog Africa (Germany), 1970s. New Copy 2LP Gatefold ... $24.99
One of the coolest African collections we've seen in years – a beautiful assortment of untapped grooves from the 70s, put together with a massive booklet that sets a whole new standard in packaging! The grooves here are different from other Afro Funk collections of the time – definitely more in the raw and psychedelic territory promised by the title, and filled with hard-edged vocals that surely know how to scream! There's still plenty of funk in the rhythms, but the execution is often quite unusual – less directly influenced by American soul, and very much off in its own direction. Lots of choppy guitar, too – and the set comes with a massive 42 page booklet filled with full color images and loads of notes. Titles include "Gbeti Madjro" by Orchestre Poly-Rhythmo De Cotonou, "Mi Ma Kpe Dji" by Picoby Band D'Aborney, "Mi Kple Dogbekpo" by Lokonon Andre & Les Volcans, "Oya Ka Jojo" by Les Volcans De La Capital, "Ou C'Est Lui Ou C'Est Moi" by Vincent Ahehehinnou, "Wait For Me" by Roger Damawuzan, "Leki Santchi" by Napo De Mi Amor Et Ses Black Devils, "Ye Nan Lon An" by Orchestre Super Jheevs Des Paillotes, and "Houiou Djin Nan Zon Aklumon" by Discafric Band. LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ VariousBeg, Scream, & Shout! – The Big Ol Box Of 60's Soul (6CD set) (MISSING DISC 2) ... CD
Rhino, 1997. Used 6 CDs ... $29.99
Man, Rhino must have busted a gut putting this one out! The set is a very loving tribute to 60's soul, and includes a huge mix of tracks – popular and obscure – packaged in a cool replica of an original box that holds old singles. The CDs themselves are packaged in tiny sleeves that replicate classic Atlantic, Motown, and other sleeves – and you get a cool book, collector cards, and lots lots more! The whole thing's as great as you can imagine – and with 144 songs in all, you won't tire of listening to the set! CD
(Out of print, please note that the Beg disc 2 is missing from the set.)

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VariousDynamite R&B – 15 Slammin', Screamin' And Hard Groovin' Shouters From The 1960s Rhythm & Blues Era ... CD
Sound Of Soul (Germany), Early 60s. New Copy ... $10.99
A bit of soul, a bit of blues, and lots of those rare early 60s numbers that seemed to pull together lots of different genres at once! The vocals have a mix of gospel and blues inspirations, the rhythms are often jazzy, but with some complex touches – and the lead singers have an undeniable sense of power that really knocks most of these tunes right out of the park! The whole thing's a great set if you dig your soul on the rougher side of the spectrum – and tracks include "Pitter Patter" by Freddie Butler, "Belly Rub" by Tab Smith Trio, "I'm Gonna Try" by Carol Fran, "What Have You Heard" by Terry Sinclair, "Don't Freeze On Me" by Jessie May, "You Need To Fall In Love" by Little Jimmy Ray, "Go Away With Me" by Hollis Dixon & The Keynotes, "Can't Do Without You" by Dusty Wilson, "Love" by Rudy Lambert, and "He's The One That Rings My Bell" by Sherri Taylor. CD
 
 
 



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