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Buddy Rich/Illinois Jacquet/Kenny BarronEuropa Jazz ... LP
Europa Jazz (Italy), 1981. Near Mint- ... $3.99
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✨✧ DJ SniffEuropa ... CD
Re: Records (UK), 2013. Used Gatefold ... Out Of Stock
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✨✧ Aldemaro Romero Y Su Onda NuevaToma Lo Que Te Ofreci – Desde Europa ... LP
CBS, 1974. New Copy (reissue)... Out Of Stock
An obscure 70s gem from Aldemaro Romero and his Onda Nueva – very much in the mode of his best 60s work, but with a warmer, smoother 70s sort of feel! The album features Aldemaro on electric piano and organ – and the grooves all have a lightly skipping feel that's a bit bossa, a bit Italian soundtrack, and all groovy all the way! Lyrics are in Spanish this time around, but the lovely presentation of the material gets past any language barrier at all. Titles include "De Repente", "Toma Lo Que TE Ofreci", "De Polo A Polo", "Maracucha", "Cimarron", and "La Caracola". LP, Vinyl record album
 
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Deutsch NepalSilent Siege ... CD
Old Europa Cafe (Italy), 2002. Used ... $3.99
CD
(Teeth inside digipack case are broken.)

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UszturuAz Oregeke ... CD
Folk Europa (Hungary), 2004. Used ... $1.99
CD
(Out of print.)

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✨✧ Beyond Sensory ExperienceRatan ... CD
Old Europa Cafe (Italy), 2003. Used ... Out Of Stock
CD
 
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Gruppo Jazz MarcaMitteleuropa ... CD
Arision (UK), 1985. Used ... $9.99
An expanded effort from Gruppo Jazz Marca – one that stretches the Italian trio's lineup to a nine-piece unit with the addition of horns, vibes, and acoustic guitar! The sweetly lyrical sound of the trio is still very firmly in place here, but the added instruments take their sound to a whole new level – one that's filled with soaring trumpet, alto, and tenor sax solos – and which gets some especially nice rhythmic inflections from the guitar! There's a leaping, joyous quality to the music that's totally great – very much in keeping with the best 70s work from the Dire label, despite the mid 80s date of the session. And the record itself is a great example of the under-discovered rich legacy of Italian jazz of the 80s – finally getting its due these many years later! Titles include "Citta Di Frontiera", "Anamaria", "Three Dorico Time", "Blues Transfert", and "Dedalus". CD
 
 
 



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