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Frank WrightStove Man, Love Is The Word ... LP
Sandra (Germany), 1979. Very Good ... $24.99
A great little album from Frank Wright – pretty soulful, with an inside vibe that's more in a 70s spiritual soul jazz mode than some of Wright's other work. The title's a pretty strange one – as is the bluesy title track, which features Wright vocalizing a bit. The other numbers are pretty great, though, especially the modal groover "T&W", which has nice grooves from the band, and a spiralling trumpet solo by Ka-Kamal-Abdul-Alm. Other tracks are more in a post-Coltrane searching mode, and include "Rice Patch", and "Export". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has light wear.)

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✨✧ Frank WrightOne For John ... LP
Actuel (France), 1969. Used Gatefold ... Out Of Stock
One of the real classics on BYG/Actuel! Tenorist Frank Wright is joined by alto player Noah Howard, pianist Bobby Few, and drummer Muhammad Ali in an excellent set of material that's very much in the post-Coltrane/late-Ayler spirit. The set includes 2 long tracks – Wright's "One For John" (Coltrane, natch) and Few's "China". The playing is excellent, Few's piano is a brilliant highlight of the album – and the record is a prime example of how well Americans like Wright and Howard could play in the freer setting of the European scene! LP, Vinyl record album
(Original pressing.)

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✨✧ Frank Lloyd WrightFrank Lloyd Wright On Record ... LP
Caedmon, Late 50s. Used ... Out Of Stock
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✨✧ Mary WilsonMary Wilson ... LP
Motown, 1979. Very Good ... $1.99
A post-Supremes disco effort from Mary Wilson – but one that comes off relatively well, especially considering how a session like this could flop if done poorly! Mary's getting some top-shelf help on the album – Hal Davis on production, Art Wright on arrangements, and a set of original material by Frank Busey and John Duarte – all of which keeps the record from being just a disco filler kind of set. But the real strength here is Wilson's vocals – which are strongly soulful, and never overwhelmed by the backings. And while we're not ready to say that Mary's a great club diva, we're surprised at how well she does fit into this mode. Titles include "Midnight Dancer", "Red Hot", "You Make Me Feel So Good", "Pick Up The Pieces", and "I've Got What You Need". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a cut corner.)
 
 
 



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