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Naoki NishiMy Little Suede Shoes ... LP
Trio/Full House (Japan), 1980. Near Mint- ... $29.99
The title might be a little cutesy, but the album's a rock-solid effort from pianist Naoki Nishi – an artist who's maybe not as well-known on these shores as some of his Japanese contemporaries, but who delivers a wonderful performance throughout! The album's a trio date – all acoustic – with Kazuyo Yamaguchi on bass and Takeshi Inomata on drums – both rhythm players that are maybe even more snappingly groovy here than usual, and who do a great job of working with Nishi's soul-drenched approach to the piano! There's almost an Oscar Peterson vibe at times – that mix of groove and lyricism – and titles include "Jubilation", "Billy Boy", "Skylark", "Doxy", and "My Little Suede Shoes". LP, Vinyl record album
(Includes insert.)
Also available My Little Suede Shoes ... CD 28.99
 
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VariousUnseen – Detroit Beat Tape (CD & DVD) ... CD
Loveturl, 2017. New Copy 2CD ... $15.99 17.98
Documentary DVD & soundtrack CD to The Unseen – A Detroit Beat Tape – chronicling the contemporary and recent past of the Detroit independent/underground hip hop production scene! The doc is directed by Gus Sutherland and features interviews with and/or footage pretty incredible roster, including Amp Fiddler, Waajeed, House Shoes, Big Tone, J Dilla and many more! The soundtrack CD features production and arrangements by TaRaach with some bits of dialog from scene luminaries and bits with Big Tone, J Dilla, Illingsworth, DJ Dez, House Shoes and more! CD tracks include "Check This Out", "Pride", No Bias", "Providence", "DHS", "Challah", "Front...In Ur Face", "Freak Zabar", "Guess Who", "The Feeling", "Ghetto Wish" and more. DVD is 62 minutes plus bonus features. CD

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✨✧ Lightnin HopkinsShootin Fire – April 11, 1969 ... CD
Cicadelic, 1969. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Previously-unreleased material from the mighty Lightnin Hopkins – recorded in Texas at the end of the 60s, and with a quality level that's right up there with Hopkins' best rootsy albums of the 60s! Things are stripped-down, but never sloppy at all – and there's a surprisingly top-shelf quality to the material, as Lightnin charms us right away with his seductive acoustic guitar lines, and almost conversational style of singing – an approach that gives the whole thing a surprisingly intimate feel, one that's only augmented by the strength of the production. Titles include "Rainy Day In Houston", "My Little Darling", "Shake That Thing", "Old House Torn Down", "Movin On Out", "Shinin Moon", "Stinking Foot", and "My Baby Ain't Got No Shoes". 20 tracks in all – 77 minutes of music! CD
 
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Little FeatSailin Shoes ... LP
Warner, 1972. Very Good Gatefold ... $6.99
The second album from Little Feat – and it's a great one! Loose roadhouse blues-y and country rock styled songs – infused with their own weirdness! This is one of those great examples of a band that not only loved, but could play down home American music of many kinds – and add their own personal craft and idiosyncratic charms to whatever they touched. Includes "Easy To Slip", "Cold Cold Cold", "Triple Face Boogie", "Sailin' Shoes", "Cat Fever", "Texas Rose Cafe" and more. LP, Vinyl record album
(Burbank label pressing. Cover has a small split on the top seam.)

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✨✧ Gerry MulliganGerry Mulligan – The Original Quartet With Chet Baker ... CD
Pacific Jazz, Early 50s. Used 2 CDs ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A massive 2CD set that collects together 42 early recordings by the legendary Gerry Mulligan Quartet with Chet Baker – the complete work of that group for Pacific Jazz, apart from their pairing with Lee Konitz! The set is really overflowing with work, and includes both 10" and 12" LP takes of some tunes, plus a few other alternates, and all of the original material that was spread out over a number of hard-to-track down 10" LPs. Both Mulligan and Baker recorded together a number of times after this, in a "reunion" style that hearkened back to the fame of these sides – but the originals are still the best, and feature a magical pairing of two gentle jazz talents in a setting that's mostly piano-less – but which also features some occasional work from Jimmy Rowles, plus a bit of ivory from Gerry as well. Titles include "She Didn't Say Yes She Didn't Say No", "Bernie's Tune", "Soft Shoe", "Walkin Shoes", "Motel", "Cherry", "Love Me Or Leave Me", "Swinghouse", "Five Brothers", "Tea For Two", and "Funhouse". CD
(Out of print.)
 
 
 



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