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Larry CoryellHeavy Feel ... CD
Wide Hive, 2015. New Copy ... $9.99 14.99
Larry Coryell's lost none of his genius over the years – and this recent session still has the guitar innovator working with all the best styles we first loved in his initial recordings for Vanguard! Larry's got a tone that can be clear and clean one minute on the electric, then filled with this full fuzz that really takes off – never sloppy, but really unique for a jazz musician – and his acoustic work is equally brilliant, with a knowledge of folk, but still very focused on jazz phrasing – balanced out here alongside electric performances in a really great way. Larry's not just rehashing old territory, though – as he works with a fresh group that also includes George Brooks on soprano sax, Matt Montgomery on bass, and Mike Hughes on drums – on titles that include "River Crossing", "Ghost Note", "Polished", "2011 East", "Heavy Feel", and "Foot Path To Oasis". CD

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✨✧ Lou DonaldsonGood Gracious! ... LP
Blue Note, 1963. Very Good ... $79.99
A cool cooker from the great Lou Donaldson – and a record that's ever bit as tasty as its cover! Lou's really hitting his soul jazz stride here – stepping off his 50s bop years, and moving into a more gutbuckety groove that's delivered with wonderful accompaniment from a quartet that features Grant Green on guitar, John Patton on Hammond, and Ben Dixon on drums! The style is loose and open – and tracks are long, with tight solos, especially from Patton and Green, always a winning combination – really stepping out here with an early raw fury! Titles include "Caracas", "Bad John", "Holy Ghost", and "Good Gracious!". Nice cover, too, with a photo of Lou checking out a sexy model, while speaking the title! LP, Vinyl record album
(New York mono pressing, with Van Gelder stamp and ear. Cover has a name in pen and light stains on back.)
Also available Good Gracious! (Japanese pressing) ... CD 14.99

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Lou DonaldsonGood Gracious! (Japanese pressing) ... CD
Blue Note (Japan), 1963. Used ... $14.99
A cool cooker from the great Lou Donaldson – and a record that's ever bit as tasty as its cover! Lou's really hitting his soul jazz stride here – stepping off his 50s bop years, and moving into a more gutbuckety groove that's delivered with wonderful accompaniment from a quartet that features Grant Green on guitar, John Patton on Hammond, and Ben Dixon on drums! The style is loose and open – and tracks are long, with tight solos, especially from Patton and Green, always a winning combination – really stepping out here with an early raw fury! Titles include "Caracas", "Bad John", "Holy Ghost", and "Good Gracious!". Nice cover, too, with a photo of Lou checking out a sexy model, while speaking the title! CD
(Out of print. Includes obi.)
Also available Good Gracious! ... LP 79.99

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Jackie McLeanOne Step Beyond ... LP
Blue Note, 1963. Near Mint- ... $39.99
An amazing album – simply groundbreaking, and a key turn for Jackie McLean! The record features a group of hip young players – including a very young Tony Williams, plus Grachan Moncur III, Bobby Hutcherson, and Eddie Kahn – all playing in a spare contemplative modernist mode that would soon become known as "new thing" jazz. The four tracks on the album – "Frankenstein", "Ghost Town", "Blue Rondo", and "Saturday & Sunday" – are extremely stark, and even Hutcherson's often-warm vibes sound harsh and metallic, especially next to McLean's razor-sharp tone. The record's a real treasure – and never too out to be unenjoyable by fans of McLean's more inside work. Extremely compelling – and we sure wish they were making them like this again! LP, Vinyl record album
(70s pressing.)
Also available One Step Beyond (with bonus track) ... CD 6.99

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Jackie McLeanOne Step Beyond (with bonus track) ... CD
Blue Note, 1963. Used ... $6.99
An amazing album – simply groundbreaking, and a key turn for Jackie McLean! The record features a group of hip young players – including a very young Tony Williams, plus Grachan Moncur III, Bobby Hutcherson, and Eddie Kahn – all playing in a spare contemplative modernist mode that would soon become known as "new thing" jazz. The four tracks on the album – "Frankenstein", "Ghost Town", "Blue Rondo", and "Saturday & Sunday" – are extremely stark, and even Hutcherson's often-warm vibes sound harsh and metallic, especially next to McLean's razor-sharp tone. The record's a real treasure – and never too out to be unenjoyable by fans of McLean's more inside work. Extremely compelling – and we sure wish they were making them like this again! Also includes a bonus alternate of "Saturday & Sunday". CD
(Out of print pressing.)
Also available One Step Beyond ... LP 39.99

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VariousDetroit Jazz City ... CD
Blue Note, 1960s/2015. New Copy ... $10.99 11.98
A really beautiful project from Blue Note – a special record that features new material from the reborn Detroit jazz scene, mixed with older gems from the Blue Note catalog by key musicians who came to the label from the Motor City! The new work here is more than worth the price of the record – more than half the record, played by a number of different artists who turn out some of the most soulful, solid work on the label in the past few years – so much so, we'd love to see some of these tracks expanded into bigger album projects on their own! The new titles all seem to share a link in bassist Marion Hayden, who appears on all of them – and new titles include "The Uncrowned King" by Marion Hayden, "Lottie The Body's Mood" by Marcus Belgrave, "Many Blessings" by James Carter, "Ghost Dancers" by A Spencer Barefield, and "Sheila's Blues" by Sheila Jordan. Classics include "Reza" by Elvin Jones, "Mode For Joe" by Joe Henderson, "You" by Kenny Cox, and "French Spice" by Donald Byrd – and all proceeds for the record go to charity. But, the whole thing's great enough, you don't even have to consider buying it as a charitable act! CD
Also available Detroit Jazz City ... CD 7.99

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✨✧ VariousDetroit Jazz City ... CD
Blue Note, 1960s/2015. Used ... $7.99
A really beautiful project from Blue Note – a special record that features new material from the reborn Detroit jazz scene, mixed with older gems from the Blue Note catalog by key musicians who came to the label from the Motor City! The new work here is more than worth the price of the record – more than half the record, played by a number of different artists who turn out some of the most soulful, solid work on the label in the past few years – so much so, we'd love to see some of these tracks expanded into bigger album projects on their own! The new titles all seem to share a link in bassist Marion Hayden, who appears on all of them – and new titles include "The Uncrowned King" by Marion Hayden, "Lottie The Body's Mood" by Marcus Belgrave, "Many Blessings" by James Carter, "Ghost Dancers" by A Spencer Barefield, and "Sheila's Blues" by Sheila Jordan. Classics include "Reza" by Elvin Jones, "Mode For Joe" by Joe Henderson, "You" by Kenny Cox, and "French Spice" by Donald Byrd – and all proceeds for the record go to charity. But, the whole thing's great enough, you don't even have to consider buying it as a charitable act! CD
(Punch through barcode.)
Also available Detroit Jazz City ... CD 10.99

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✨✧ Larry CoryellHeavy Feel ... LP
Wide Hive, 2015. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Larry Coryell's lost none of his genius over the years – and this recent session still has the guitar innovator working with all the best styles we first loved in his initial recordings for Vanguard! Larry's got a tone that can be clear and clean one minute on the electric, then filled with this full fuzz that really takes off – never sloppy, but really unique for a jazz musician – and his acoustic work is equally brilliant, with a knowledge of folk, but still very focused on jazz phrasing – balanced out here alongside electric performances in a really great way. Larry's not just rehashing old territory, though – as he works with a fresh group that also includes George Brooks on soprano sax, Matt Montgomery on bass, and Mike Hughes on drums – on titles that include "River Crossing", "Ghost Note", "Polished", "2011 East", "Heavy Feel", and "Foot Path To Oasis". LP, Vinyl record album
Also available Heavy Feel ... CD 9.99

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✨✧ Dizzy ReeceSoundin' Off (Japanese pressing) ... CD
Blue Note (Japan), 1960. Used ... Out Of Stock
A killer quartet session by Brit trumpeter Dizzy Reece, recorded as one of his three American albums for Blue Note during the late 50s! Unlike the other records, which featured larger groups, this album's done with a quartet – which gives Reece a chance to really take over on his solos – blowing with a sense of warm and lyricism that's not heard as strongly on the other records – really getting some great support from a rhythm trio that includes Walter Bishop Jr on piano, Doug Watkins on bass, and Art Taylor on drums. Quite different from some of Dizzy's London work of the time – and with tracks that include "A Ghost Of A Chance", "Our Love Is Here To Stay", "Blue Streak", "Eb Pob", and a nice version of "Yesterdays". CD
(Out of print Japanese pressing,)
 
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Will Holshouser Trio & Bernardo SassettiPalace Ghosts & Drunken Hymns ... CD
Clean Feed (Portugal), 2009. Used Gatefold ... $5.99
Some of the most offbeat accordion jazz you'll ever hope to feel – a set that's certainly tied to previous traditions through the sound of its main instrument, but one that also takes its energy in really fresh, new places! Will Holshouser's use of the accordion here is totally great – and comes across with an earthy feel that almost reminds us of a harmonium at times – not in the structure of the notes, so much as in the way we can really feel the air of the planet pushing through its bellows. Other instrumentation includes Ron Horton on trumpet, Bernardo Sassetti on piano, and David Phillips on bass – and titles include "East River Breeze", "Irreverente", "Department Of Peace", "Drunkard's Hymn", and "Dance Of The Dead". CD
(CD sleeve has a cutout hole.)

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✨✧ VariousClose To The Noise Floor – Formative UK Electronica 1975 to 1984 (4CD set) ... CD
Cherry Red (UK), Late 70s/Early 80s. New Copy 4 CDs ... $38.99
Cold wave completists, eat your heart out – because this incredible 4CD set is overflowing with early analogue electronic gems from the UK scene – served up in a really beautiful book-style package that's overflowing with notes to support the superb selection of tracks! The music here is definitely on the colder side of the spectrum – that initial impulse on the UK scene to rework some of the German electronics of the period with leaner modes, and take them into even more inventive territory during the post-punk years – before things got too commercial in UK pop, or too overburdened with industrial posturing! The music here is from those great early years of labels like Cherry Red, Rough Trade, and other key UK indies – and the package features 60 titles that include "Fractured Smile" by Inter City Static, "RAM" by The Klingons, "Computer Bank" by Five Times Of Dust, "Holiday Camp" by Blancmange, "I Am Your Shadow" by Colin Potter, "Joe Goes To New York" by Adrian Smith, "Sedation" by O Yuki Conjugate, "In The Room" by Third Door On The Left, "Eco Beat" by DC3, "What A Day" by Throbbing Gristle, "Western Vein" by Konstruktivist, "Music To Save The World By" by Alan Burnham, "Kodak Ghosts Run Amok" by Eyeless In Gaza, "New Muzak" by Instant Automatons, "Robot Dance" by Sea Of Wires, "Mzui (extract)" by Gilbert & Lewis, and "Muslin Gauze Muslim Prayer" by Muzlimgauze. CD

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Chamber Of ChillsChamber Of Chills Vol 2 – May to October 1952 – Issues 8-13 (slip-cased hardcover) ... Book
PS Artbooks (UK), 1952. New Copy ... About May 1, 2016
One of the amazing horror comics published by Harvey Comics in the pre-code years of the early 50s – and a publication that was noted for its wealth of creepy stories and equally chilling images! Harvey may have been the home to Casper the ghost, but on the horror tip they were something else entirely – publisher of some of the most gruesome material in the years before comics got cleaned up in the mid 50s – with some of the best artists as well! Some of these stories are a clear attempt to copy the more famous style of EC Comics, but the Chamber Of Chills material also has a charm that's all its own – a rough approach to stories, which often leads to wonderfully lurid artwork – handled in this volume by Bob Powell, Rudy Palais, Howard Nostrand, Lee Elias, Al Avison, Warren Kremer, and others – in stories that include "Formula For Death", "Headless Horror", "Green Killer", "The Brid Of The Crab", "The Swamp Monster", and more. 256 pages, full color, and hardcover Book

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Chamber Of ChillsChamber Of Chills Vol 3 – November 1952 to September 1953 – Issues 14-19 (slip-cased hardcover) ... Book
PS Artbooks (UK), 1952/1953. New Copy ... About May 1, 2016
One of the amazing horror comics published by Harvey Comics in the pre-code years of the early 50s – and a publication that was noted for its wealth of creepy stories and equally chilling images! Harvey may have been the home to Casper the ghost, but on the horror tip they were something else entirely – publisher of some of the most gruesome material in the years before comics got cleaned up in the mid 50s – with some of the best artists as well! Some of these stories are a clear attempt to copy the more famous style of EC Comics, but the Chamber Of Chills material also has a charm that's all its own – a rough approach to stories, which often leads to wonderfully lurid artwork – handled in this volume by Rudy Palais, Lee Elias, Rocke Mastroserio, Bob Powell, Don Perlin, Al Avison, Howard Nostrand, Jack Abel, and others – in stories that include "The Spider Man", "Vengeful Corpse", "Nightmare Of Doom", "The Living Mummies", "Black Passion", "Terrorvision", and more. 256 pages, full color, and hardcover. Book

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Chamber Of ChillsChamber Of Chills Vol 4 – November 1953 to December 1954 – Issues 20-26 (slip-cased hardcover) ... Book
PS Artbooks (UK), 1953/1954. New Copy ... About May 1, 2016
One of the amazing horror comics published by Harvey Comics in the pre-code years of the early 50s – and a publication that was noted for its wealth of creepy stories and equally chilling images! Harvey may have been the home to Casper the ghost, but on the horror tip they were something else entirely – publisher of some of the most gruesome material in the years before comics got cleaned up in the mid 50s – with some of the best artists as well! Some of these stories are a clear attempt to copy the more famous style of EC Comics, but the Chamber Of Chills material also has a charm that's all its own – a rough approach to stories, which often leads to wonderfully lurid artwork – handled in this volume by Bob Powell, Manny Stallman, John Giunta, Howard Nostrand, Lee Elias, Jack Sparling, and others – in stories that include "Dust Unto Dust", "Invasion", "Grave's End", "I Vampire", "Grim Years", "Credit & Loss", and more. 288 pages, full color, and hardcover. Book

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✨✧ Rahsaan Roland KirkPrepare Thyself To Deal With A Miracle ... LP
Atlantic, 1973. Used Gatefold ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
One of Rahsaan Roland Kirk's last truly fantastic albums – a set that still has all the amazingly messed-up qualities of his best late 60s work – delivered with the honest heart and sense of soul that always make us love his music! The set was recorded for Atlantic in the early 70s, and it's got a wonderful mix of inside and outside playing – a bit more Kirk-unleased overall than some of the more focused experiments of previous records – filled with lots of personality, incredible reed work, and a sound that's spiritual, yet also deeply individual too! Rahsaan plays flute, notes flute, black mystery pipes, E flat sax, and clarinet – and other musicians include Charles McGhee on trumpet, Dick Griffin on trombone, Ron Burton on piano, and Sonny Brown and Ralph MacDonald on percussion – plus a hip string ensemble on some cuts – definitely giving the album a touch of the "Black Classical Music" style that Kirk always claimed was at the root of his work. Side two features the extended "Saxophone Concerto", which has some cool breathing tricks that really let Roland wail – and other tracks include "Celestial Bliss", "One Mind Winter/Summer", and "Ninth Ghost", all of which have a nice dose of spirituality. LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a cutout notch & a mark from sticker removal.)

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✨✧ VariousFlip Hits! Flip Misses! ... CD
Ace (UK), Late 50s. New Copy ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Lost R&B work from the LA-based Flip Records label – not as big of a name as some of its contemporaries, but still a strong force on the west coast scene! Flip is noteworthy in the styles of music forged at the label – modes that grew out of indie 50s R&B, but which prefaced later 60s styles that include girl group, deep soul, and even a bit of garage rock and pop. The CD brings together material from the 2 rare Flip albums 12 Flip Hits and Original Recordings By The Artists – plus an additional batch of "Flip misses" that are lesser-known tunes, but equally great. Work here includes the sweet female harmonies, harder group soul, R&B, and even some choice instrumental numbers – a total of 30 tracks that include "Casual Look", "Teenage Promise", and "Why Do I Go To School" by The Six Teens; "Have Love Will Travel" and "Take The Key" by Richard Berry & The Pharoahs; "Do Not Forget" and "Since You've Been Gone" by The Dreamers; "Death Of An Angel" and "Stay With Me Always" by Donald Woods; "Beginning Of Our Love" and "Shame On You" by Rosalle & Donnell; "Ghost Town" and "Wanna Wanna Wanna Wanna" by Ray Johnson Combo; "Teenage Bounce" by Sherman Williams; "Uncle Sam's Man" by The Elgins; and "Bye Bye Baby" by Shank & Maydiea. CD
 
 
 



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