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✨✧ Brand XUnorthodox Behaviour ... LP
Passport, 1976. Near Mint- ... Out Of Stock
With Phil Collins on all percussion, Percy Jones on bass, John Goodsall on drums, and Robin Lumley on keys. LP, Vinyl record album
(Blue steamship label pressing with Sterling stamp. Cover has a cutout notch and a smal stain on the front.)

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Clifford BrownNew Star On The Horizon ... LP
Blue Note, Early 50s. Sealed ... $16.99
Sublime early work from Clifford Brown – one of his few sessions recorded for Blue Note, presented here in the years before the material was issued as a "memorial" after his early death! Gigi Gryce is in the sextet here with Clifford, playing both alto and flute, and bringing a real modern edge to the session – a style that makes great use of Brown's tone, and is a direction we would have liked to hear more of had he not been taken from us so early. Other players include John Lewis on piano, Charlie Rouse on tenor, and Art Blakey on drums – and titles include "Wail Bait", "Minor Mood", "Hymn Of The Orient", and "Brownie Eyes"; plus an entire side of bonus tracks. LP, Vinyl record album
(180 gram EU Doxy/Down At Dawn pressing.)

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Ornette ColemanSomething Else!!!! ... LP
Contemporary, 1958. Near Mint- ... $16.99
Pre-Atlantic work from Ornette Coleman – one of his first recorded statements in jazz – and one of his boldest! At some level, the complete Coleman sound isn't entirely in place here – as there's a bit of a trace of hardbop in the mix – not entirely, but just a bit. But at another level, the record's still way darn bolder than just about anything coming out of LA at the time – proof that amidst all the cool jazz ruminations of the 50s, there was a second wave of modernism about to explode! The group here features Don Cherry on trumpet, Walter Norris on piano, Don Payne on bass, and Billy Higgins on drums – and while the core harmelodic rhythmic approach isn't always in place, it's more than made up for by some surprisingly free energy. Titles include "Invisible", "The Blessing", "Alpha", and "The Sphinx". LP, Vinyl record album
(180 gram EU Doxy pressing.)

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Ray Draper with John ColtraneTuba Jazz ... LP
Jubilee, 1958. Very Good ... $39.99
Fantastic work – and one of the few albums ever cut as a leader by Ray Draper, a jazz tuba player, with an approach to the instrument that's a lot better than you might think! Draper plays the tuba like the best baritone saxophonists – using the lower registers of the instrument to groove around in tight step with the basslines, but always still managing to swing – a remarkable feat, given the heaviness of the instrument! Draper's talents were quite respected at the time – both by Jackie McLean, who used him on a record, and by John Coltrane, who makes a rare appearance here as a sideman on the set! The mixture of Coltrane's angularity and Draper's bassiness is sublime – and the album's filled with great tracks that have a fresh late 50s modernist hardbop approach. Titles include "Essii"s Dance", "Yesterdays", "Oleo", and "Doxy". LP, Vinyl record album
(Small back label pressing. Vinyl has some cosmetic marks, but plays well overall. Cover has a light stain on the front near the bottom, which is bigger on the back.)

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FelcianoCrasis/Gravities/Spectra/Chod ... LP
CRI, 1976. Very Good+ ... $0.99 4.99
Performers include David Subke, Donald O'Brien, Robert Bloch, Bonnie Hampton, Beverly Bellows, Naomi Sparrow, and Lawrence Blackshere on "Crasis"; Nancy Turetzy and Bertram Turetzky on "Spectra"; Milton and Peggy Salkind on "Gravities"; and Eric Rosenblith, Marcy DeCou, Jack Kulowitch, Arthur Maddox, Michael Sirotta, David Woodhill, Romulus Franceschini, and Timothy Mabee on "Chod". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has ring and edge wear, some seam splitting, and clear tape at the top seam.)

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Dexter GordonMonmartre Collection Vol 1 ... LP
Black Lion (UK), 1967. Very Good+ ... $9.99
One of the first great European statements from tenorist Dexter Gordon – a 1967 live recording that really lets Dexter stretch out, and show an even deeper side of his talents than on his 60s albums for Blue Note! The rhythm section here is rock solid – Kenny Drew on piano, Neils Henning Orsted Pedersen on bass, and Albert Tootie Heath on drums – a unit that still retains the sharpness of the Blue Note dates, but also has the energy to "go long" as Gordon pushes a few of the numbers on the set well past the ten minute mark. Gordon's solos are wonderfully imaginative and expressive – and titles include "Devilette", "For All We Know", "Doxy", and "Sonnymoon For Two". LP, Vinyl record album
(US promo pressing. Cover has two cut corners and light surface wear.)

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✨✧ LTDTogetherness Radio Special ... LP
A&M, 1978. Very Good+ ... $11.99
A cool promo-only radio record – one that features tracks from LTD's earlier albums on A&M, mixed with interview bits and dialogue – more than enough to act as a special radio show in itself! The album is divided up into five banded segments, each with a few songs, interviews with group members, and narration from Jim Maddox. Pretty cool stuff – and not issued commercially at the time! LP, Vinyl record album
(White label promo.)

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Joel RossParable Of The Poet ... LP
Blue Note, 2022. New Copy 2LP ... $26.99 29.99
The "poet" in the title is very well-put here – as vibist Joel Ross continues to mature into one of the most distinctive artists in contemporary jazz – not just a unique player on his chosen instrument of the vibes, but also a leader who can take a session like this and really make something different and distinct! Ross' vibes are certainly part of the album's appeal – but the whole thing is more of a larger vision in jazz – equally well-shaped by the contributions of Immanuel Wilkins on alto, Marquis Hill on trumpet, Maria Grand on tenor, and Kalia Vandever on trombone – horn players who don't push the album to large ensemble status, but who have this way of coloring in the sophisticated sentiments that Ross brings to his music – maybe much in the way that some of the key Bill Lee soundtracks can take other jazz players and use them to illuminate his ideas in really wonderful ways. The set also features Sean Mason on piano – an artist who's as careful in tone as Ross – plus Rick Rosato on bass, Craig Weinrib on drums, and guest flute on one track from Gabrielle Garo. Titles include "Guilt", "Choices", "The Impetus", "Doxology", "Benediction", and "Prayer" LP, Vinyl record album
Also available
Parable Of The Poet ... CD 13.99
Parable Of The Poet ... CD 9.99

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Eddie Sauter/Andre Hodeir/Modern Jazz QuartetHistoric Donaueschingen Jazz Concert 1957 ... LP
MPS (Germany), 1957. Near Mint- ... $6.99
Titles include "Dodo" and "Kinetic Energy" by Eddie Sauter, "Jordu" and "Paradoxe II" by Andre Hodier, and "Three Windows" and "JB Blues" by The Modern Jazz Quartet. LP, Vinyl record album
(US pressing on PAUSA. Cover has minimal wear and a small dent at the opening.)

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McCoy Tyner4 X 4 – McCoy Tyner Quartets ... LP
Milestone, 1980. Near Mint- 2LP Gatefold ... $24.99
McCoy Tyner's a hell of a piano player on his own, but in the post-Coltrane years he also developed an amazing talent for picking sidemen too – as you'll hear in this very unique set! The record features four different quartets – hence the title – each of which features a core trio of Tyner on piano, Cecil McBee on bass, and Al Foster on drums – with the inclusion of Bobby Hutcherson on vibes, Arthur Blythe on alto, Freddie Hubbard on trumpet, and John Abercrombie on electric mandolin! Each of the four groups is featured on a different side of the 2LP set – which allows things to get broken up nice and easily – almost like getting four great Tyner albums in one, each with a different style. Most tunes have that soaring, righteous quality that McCoy did so well during his 70s years – usually with larger groups – and titles include "Blues In The Minor", "The Seeker", "Forbidden Land", "Backward Glance", "Paradox", "Inner Glimpse", and "I Wanna Stand Over There". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has light ringwear.)

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✨✧ AppaloosaAppaloosa ... LP
Columbia, 1969. Very Good+ ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A beautiful musical discovery that we'd somehow never managed to hear all these years – the debut of (and possibly only album by) Appaloosa, a group who mix together gentle folk and a bit of strings – in a mode that's strongly resonant with some of Tim Hardin or Tim Buckley's best work of the late 60s! As you can guess from the cover image, the group is pretty young – but they work with a timeless quality beyond their years, a mode that mixes guitar, violin, and cello together as the core instrumentation for the tunes – topped by wonderful vocals from singer Robin Batteau, who has one of those "shoulda been huge" voices that really grab you right away. Al Kooper produced and contributed some instrumentation – but in a really subtle way that respects the band's sound strongly – and titles include "Pascal's Paradox", "Now That I Want You", "Georgia Street", "Rosalie", "Rivers Run To The Sea", "Glossolalia", and "Feathers". LP, Vinyl record album
(360 Sound stereo pressing. Includes the insert. Cover has light wear.)

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✨✧ John ColtraneDay In The Life Of John Coltrane – July 11, 1958 (aka Stardust Session) ... LP
Doxy, 1958. Near Mint- 2LP ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
An excellent double-length album that brings together a full session of material by John Coltrane – titles that were initially scattered over a number of different albums, but finally brought back together for this package! The album features Coltrane blowing in a quintet with trumpeter Wilbur Harden – making the set a nice counterpart to the Harden/Coltrane work at Savoy – but done here in a style that's more fully spacious, in keeping with Trane's Prestige work as a leader. Rhythm is by the trio of Red Garland on piano, Paul Chambers on bass, and Jimmy Cobb on drums – and tracks were originally issued on the albums Stardust, Standard Coltrane, and Bahia. 8 titles in all – including "I'll Get By", "Don't Take Your Love From Me", "Stardust", "Invitation", "Love Thy Neighbor", and "My Ideal". LP, Vinyl record album
(2009 EU reissue.)

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✨✧ Miles DavisWorkin' With The Miles Davis Quintet ... LP
Prestige, 1956. Near Mint- ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A record that hardly seems like workin at all, given the ease with which the group lays down the music – especially trumpeter Miles Davis, whose work here is like magic – and tenorist John Coltrane, who was really coming into his own with this recording! The set's one of a handful from this famous pair, and features superb rhythm accompaniment from Red Garland on piano, Paul Chambers on bass, and Philly Joe Jones on drums – a standard-setting group who know how to come in when needed, then lay back and let Miles and Trane run in their own directions The album's got well-deserved classic status in modern jazz – and titles include two takes on the group's famous "The Theme", plus "It Never Entered My Mind", "Four", "In Your Own Sweet Way", "Trane's Blues", "Ahmad's Blues", and "Half Nelson". LP, Vinyl record album
(140 gram EU Doxy pressing.)
Also available
Workin' With The Miles Davis Quintet ... LP 23.99
Workin' With The Miles Davis Quintet (Japanese pressing) ... CD 8.99
Workin' With The Miles Davis Quintet ... CD 2.99

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✨✧ Elmo HopeIntroducing the Elmo Hope Trio ... LP
Blue Note, 1953. Sealed ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Seminal early work from Elmo Hope that was part of Blue Note's "New Faces – New Sounds" series during the early 50s. Hope's working here with Percy Heath and Philly Joe Jones – and the trio go to town on numbers that include complicated bop tunes like "Carving The Rock" and "Hot Sauce", plus more melodic tunes like "Freffie" and "Mo Is On". As always, Hope proves himself to be one of the greatest pianists in jazz history – right up there with Monk, Herbie Nichols, and Bud Powell, bristling with excitement that few of his contemporaries (save those three) could match! This 12-inch issue also includes the bonus track "It's A Lovely Day Today". LP, Vinyl record album
(180 gram EU Doxy/Down At Dawn pressing.)

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✨✧ Sun RaMedicine For A Nightmare – The Singles (180 gram pressing) ... LP
Doxy, Late 50s. Near Mint- ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A cool collection of early singles by Sun Ra – rare material from the vaults of Saturn Records, showing not just the Arkestra in 45rpm format – but a host of other side projects as well! There's some surprisingly great doo wop work on here – vocal harmony material that rivals the more mainstream groups in Chicago at the time – and other tracks are by some of the lesser-known artists whom Ra worked with, all arranged and produced by Ra himself. Titles include "It's Christmas Time" by The Qualities, "Bye Bye" by The Cosmic Rays, "Hot Skillet Mama" by Yochanan, "Great Balls Of Fire" by Le Sun Ra, "October" by Sun Ra & His Astro Infinity Arkestra, "I'm So Glad You Love Me" by Juanita Rogers & Mr V's Five Joys, "Dreaming" by The Cosmic Rays, and "A Foggy Day" by The Nu Sounds. LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Sonny RollinsWhat's New/Our Man In Jazz ... LP
RCA (France), 1962/1963. Near Mint- 2LP Gatefold ... Out Of Stock
Nice two-fer that combines 2 great sides from Rollins' RCA years. What's New is a unique album from Sonny Rollins – one that features him blowing tenor over some Latin-based rhythms that have a tight uptempo feel. The core group on the album features Jim Hall on guitar, Bob Cranshaw on bass, and Ben Riley on drums – but they're augmented by larger arrangements that mix together bossa nova and calypso rhythms, which forge a surprisingly great background for Rollins' gutsy tenor. Although it's easy to dismiss the record as a throwaway cash-in affair on the Latin boom of the early 60s – Rollins actually handles himself wonderfully, and the longer-than-usual tracks on the album show a whole new side of his talents that were later reprised on Latin sessions during the 70s. Titles include "Bluesongo", "Jungoso", "The Night Has A Thousand Eyes", and "Brownskin Girl". Our Man In Jazz is one of Sonny Rollins' best albums ever, and a totally inspired, totally non-stop freewheeling live set, recorded with Don Cherry, Bob Cranshaw, and Billy Higgins. Rollins' hits one of those rare moments of genius where he can turn his solo over and over again, never losing interest, and always opening up new territory. Thankfully, the three tracks on the album are long enough to let him get enough creative action in. Titles include "Oleo", "Dearly Beloved", and "Doxy". LP, Vinyl record album
(French RCA pressing. Cover has a trace of a sticker, a small spot of tape on the opening, a split on the bottom seam, and light wear.)

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✨✧ Cal TjaderMonterey Concerts (Concert By The Sea Vols 1 & 2) ... LP
Prestige, 1959. Very Good+ 2LP Gatefold ... Out Of Stock
The crashing waves of the Pacific coast hardly seem like the serene setting you might want for the vibes of Cal Tjader – but this album works surprisingly well, and offers up Cal's combo in a Monterey live date, before the jazz festival really got going strong! The group's one that matches his best early albums for Fantasy – piano from Lonnie Hewitt, soulful bass from Al McKibbon, and some great Latin percussion from Mongo Santamaria and Willie Bobo! Paul Horn also joins the group on flute – blowing with lyrical lines that fit the sound wonderfully, adding a whole new dimension to the music. Many tracks are longer than usual for the Fantasy years – and titles include "Walkin With Wally", "Doxy", "Round Midnight", "Tumbao", "Love Me Or Leave Me", "SS Groove", "Tu Crees Que", and "Afro Blue". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a large name in marker, a smaller name in pen, with ring and surface wear.)

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