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David CarrollSerenade To A Princess ... LP
Mercury, 1956. Near Mint- ... $4.99
... LP, Vinyl record album
(Black label pressing with deep groove. Cover has a center split on the bottom seam.)

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David Carroll & His OrchestraHey Listen Baby - Let's Dance ... LP
Mainstream, 1967. Near Mint- ... $2.99
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(Cover has a cutout hole.)
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David MurrayComplete Remastered Recordings On Black Saint/Soul Note Vol 3 (Interboogieology/Live At Sweet Basil 1 & 2/Children/Southern Bells/The Healer ... CD
Black Saint (Italy), 1980s. New Copy 6CD ... $33.99 45.99
Music from a hugely productive period in the life of saxophonist David Murray – so much so that this is the third volume of his wonderful recordings for the Black Saint/Soul Note label – and there's no dip at all in the quality of the music! Murray was awash in new ideas at this time – and the label gave him freedom to try out so many different formats for his music – which allowed David to really deliver on the promise he first brought to jazz during the New York loft jazz years of the 70s. Albums include The Healers – a beautiful set of duets with pianist Randy Weston; Live At Sweet Basil Vols 1 & 2 – which features Murray's ultra-hip large ensemble, with Steve Coleman, Craig Harris, Olu Darla, Baikida Carroll, Butch Morris, and Fred Hopkins; Children – an unusual date with James Blood Ulmer on guitar and Don Pullen on piano; Interboogieology – which features Butch Morris on cornet and Johnny Dyani on bass; and the Southern Bell album by the Clarinet Summit – which features Murray, Alvin Batiste, John Carter, and Jimmy Hamilton. Each album comes packaged in a tiny LP-styled sleeve, too! CD

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David MurrayLive At Sweet Basil Vol 2 ... LP
Black Saint (Italy), 1984. Very Good+ ... $6.99
A really bold step forward for David Murray – a seminal live recording that features one of the hippest big bands you'll ever hope to find! Murray really uses the date as a chance to express the full range of his musical talents – and often shows modes that are more traditional than you might expect, yet which are always touched with an undercurrent of modernism! The musical palette here is quite different than either the outside or inside sessions recorded by Murray with a small group at the time – and he really reaches back through a rich history of jazz in the performance, and updates it wonderfully with help from players who include Baikida Carroll on trumpet, Olu Dara on cornet, Craig Harris on trombone, Vincent Chaney on French horn, Steve Coleman on alto and soprano sax, Rod Williams on piano, Fred Hopkins on bass, and Billy Higgins on drums. Butch Morris conducts – and titles on this second volume include "Dewey's Circle", "Roses", "David Tune", "Four Minute Marvin", and "Great Peace". LP, Vinyl record album

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David Newman/Dizzy GillespieWeapon/At Home & Abroad ... CD
Collectables, 1957/1973. Used ... $4.99
2 more lost jazz albums from the Atlantic catalog – one a funky bit of soul jazz, the other a tasty bop groover. David Newman's The Weapon features the funky sax player in a number of different electric combos, with players like Bernard Purdie, Richard Tee, Cornell Dupree, and others. The songs are a mixture of jazzy soloing and 70s soul arrangements, some with backing vocals by the Sweet Inspirations, in a style that Atlantic was using for other albums at the time. Tracks include "Yes We Can Can", "Happy Times", "Seems Like I Gotta Do Wrong", and "Freedom For The Stallion". Diz's album, Home & Abroad, is a much more straight-ahead jam – and features some of Dizzy's best bop playing of the late 50s. He's joined by groovy vocalist Joe Carroll on many numbers, and titles include "Just Blues", "Mrs. Diz", "Cognac Blues", "Blues Chante", and "This Is Happiness". A strange combo, but at this price, either one's a great deal, and together, how can you beat it? CD

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VariousChartbusters USA – Special Country Edition ... CD
Ace (UK), Late 60s. New Copy ... $14.99
A fantastic entry in this great series from Ace Records – a set that looks at some of the bigger country music hits of the late 60s, but in a way that moves way past the obvious and iconic! Sure, there's some well-known tracks here, but there's also a number that broke big at the time, but fell off the radar over the years – especially some of the unusual hits by big stars, or standout numbers by artists who maybe never hit the bigtime again. The variety of styles and themes is great – and really reflects some of the politics and anxieties of the time – and overall, given the helpful notes, the whole thing is similar to the excellent Dim Lights, Thick Smoke, & Hillbilly Music series on Bear Family. Titles include "The First Thing Every Morning" by Jimmy Dean, "Flowers On The Wall" by The Statler Brothers, "Girl On The Billboard" by Del Reeves, "Singing My Song" by Tammy Wynette, "Mr Walker It's All Over" by Billie Jo Spears, "I Wanna Live" by Glen Campbell, "Skip A Rope" by Henson Cargill, "What's Made Milwaukee Famous" by Jerry Lee Lewis, "Understand Your Man" by Johnny Cash, "Miller's Cave" by Bobby Bare, "Almost Persuaded" by David Houston, "Begging To You" by Marty Robbins, "Carroll County Accident" by Porter Wagoner, "Chug A Lug" by Roger Miller, "Okie From Muskogee" by Merle Haggard, and "Six White Horses" by Tommy Cash. CD

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