Scripting is disabled or not working. dustygroove.com requires JavaScript to function correctly.
Style sheets are disabled or not working. dustygroove.com requires style sheets to function correctly.

All Categories — All

$



Items/page

K Munications Edit search Phrase match

 
Sort by
Partial matches: 10
Partial matches1
CD, LP, Vinyl record album cover art
JPJ QuartetNew Communications In Jazz ... LP
Master Jazz, Late 60s. Very Good+ ... $19.99
A very hip group – with Budd Johnson on tenor and Oliver Jackson on drums! LP, Vinyl record album

Partial matches2
CD, LP, Vinyl record album cover art
✨✧ KinksKinks Part 1 – Lola Versus Powerman & The Moneygoround ... LP
Reprise, 1970. Near Mint- Gatefold ... $39.99
Pre-Muswell Hillbillies, but taking a turn towards the folksier and rootsier sound that they used in their first few albums of the 70s. The strength here is that the band is still working off the lean style forged on Village Green Preservation Society – and most of the cuts have a great direct approach, filled with Davies newly-developed, not-yet-overindulgent sense of pathos. Titles include "This Time Tomorrow", "Apeman", "Strangers", "The Contenders", "Long Way From Home", "Rats", and the super-huge hit "Lola". Also features great notes, and 3 demo versions of tracks on the album! LP, Vinyl record album
(Tan label stereo Warner Communications pressing in a blue & black cover.)

Partial matches3
CD, LP, Vinyl record album cover art
Ludovic Navarre (aka St Germain)From Detroit To St Germain ... CD
F Communications (France), Early/Mid 90s. Used ... $5.99
Early work by Ludovic Navarre – an artist who's now known to the world as St Germain, the funky French house artist who's done so much great work with Blue Note samples! This set brings together earlier singles by Navarre – titles either issued under his name or under that of St Germain – very much in the tradition of recent work, but with a rougher, and perhaps more experimental approach to the groove. Titles include "Alabama Blues", "Black Man", "Jack On Groove", "French", "Move", "How Do You Plead", "Dub Experience", "My Mama Said", and "Soul Salsa Soul". CD

Partial matches4
CD, LP, Vinyl record album cover art
Alan Silva & Celestial Communications OrchestraShout – Portrait For A Small Woman ... LP
Sun Records (France), 1979. Very Good+ ... $29.99
One of the very few recordings made by Alan Silva, with his large ensemble the Celestial Communications Orchestra in 1978 and issued the following year. Rich tapestries of swing based rhythms with angular chord progressions and Silva's unique voicing and arrangements push the soloists nicely, including a number of French and African players like: Itari Oki, Francois Cotinaud, Muhammad Ali, Jo Maka and Michael Zwerin. 7 numbers: "Golden Flower", "The Shout", "Le Voile Pastel", "Ijo", "Broadway", "Communications" and "Stepping". LP, Vinyl record album

Partial matches5
CD, LP, Vinyl record album cover art
VariousFactory Records – Communications 1978 to 1992 (8 LP set) ... LP
Factory/Warner, Late 70s/1980s/Early 90s. New Copy 8LP ... $143.99 149.99
A massive package of work from the legendary Factory Records label – that important Manchester home to Joy Division, New Order, and a host of other important UK groups in the post-punk years – a company that got plenty of our pocket change when we were young! Factory was always a cut above the rest – a company that let its artists be freely creative and always adventurous – as they recorded music that went on to have a huge impact on the shape and sound of modern music on both sides of the Atlantic, with a legacy that lasted long after the label closed its doors in the early 90s. This huge 8LP set brings together lots of magic moments from Factory – not just hits, but some great underground gems – titles that include "Deaf" by Crispy Ambulance, "Watching The Hydroplanes" by Tunnelvision, "Time Goes By So Slow" by The Distractions, "Digital" by Joy Division, "Brighter" by Railway Children, "Tasty Fish" by The Other Two, "Kinky Afro" by Happy Mondays, "Compressor" by Biting Tongues, "All At Once" by Stockholm Monsters, "Trickery" by Kalima, "Yashar (John Robie mix)" by Cabaret Voltaire, "Talk About The Past" by The Wake, "Cool As Ice" by 52nd Street, "Taste What's Rhythm" by Swamp Children, "Art On 45" by Royal Family & The Poor, "Knife Slits Water (LP version)" by A Certain Ratio, "Temptation" by New Order, "Messidor" by Durutti Column, "Love Tempo" by Quando Quango, "It's Hard To Be An Egg" by John Dowie, "Dirty Disco" by Section 25, "Nightshift" by The Names, "English Black Boys" by X O Dus, "Shack Up" by A Certain Ratio, "Eletricity (Factory version)" by OMD, and "Dolphin's Spurt" by Minny Pops. LP, Vinyl record album
(Comes in a hefty box, with cool inner sleeves, and a booklet of notes!)

Partial matches6
CD, LP, Vinyl record album cover art
✨✧ Average White BandPerson To Person/Warmer Communications ... CD
Edsel (UK), 1977/1978. Used 2 CDs ... Out Of Stock
Three albums' worth of material in one set – given that the first album here was originally a 2LP set! Person To Person is Average White Band's classic double live set from the mid 70s, and as tight a batch of grooves as you'll find on their studio albums! In fact, this one might even be tighter, as it's got a good set of classic tracks performed live, with a sound that's a little bit more uptight and open than the studio versions– and which is especially freewheeling on the instrumental solos. Many tracks go for a lot longer than on the original versions – and there's a version of "Pick Up The Pieces" that runs for 18 minutes, a version of "If I Ever Lose This Heaven" that grooves for 8 minutes, a version of "School Boy Crush" that jams for 7 minutes, plus nice takes on the cuts "Cut The Cake", "Love Your Life", and "Cloudy". Warmer Communications is a classic AWB studio album from the late 70s. In case you don't get the joke, the title's a play on the fact that Atlantic Records had just been acquired by Warner Communications – now fully a major label at the end of the 70s! That fact doesn't stop the album from being a good one, though – and AWB work here with Arif Mardin on a set of tunes that still have a fair bit of the funky touches of earlier records, but which also go for a few mellower tunes too – of the sort that were becoming the group's strongest suit at the time. "She's A Dream" is a great example of this style – a nicely gliding number that still has a nice groove at the bottom – and while the set doesn't include any standout hits, it's still a great example of why AWB could pull off this sort of record a lot better than most of their contemporaries! Titles include "She's A Dream", "Warmer Communications", "Price Of The Dream", "Sweet & Sour", "One Look Over My Shoulder", "Your Love Is A Miracle", and "Same Feeling Different Song". CD

Partial matches7
CD, LP, Vinyl record album cover art
Mose AllisonBest Of Mose Allison ... LP
Atlantic, Late 60s. Very Good ... $0.99
... LP, Vinyl record album
(Later Warner Communications pressing. Cover has a split spine.)
Also available Best Of Mose Allison ... CD 2.99

Partial matches8
CD, LP, Vinyl record album cover art
Mister RogersWon't You Be My Neighbor? ... LP
Family Communications, Early 70s/1981. Very Good- ... $9.99
... LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a split top seam and some splitting in the bottom seam.)

Partial matches9
CD, LP, Vinyl record album cover art
Roxy MusicStranded ... LP
Atco, 1973. Very Good+ Gatefold ... $11.99
Roxy Music's third album and the first one sans Brian Eno, making the record slightly less experimental, but still a wild avant pop masterpiece that finds the group at near peak perfection! The otherworldly elements aren't forgone in Eno's absence, with some spacey synthesizer washes and treated violin parts lending some otherwordliness – but the more focused songwriting and overall tunefulness make this one another classic! Titles include "Street Life", "Just Like You", "Amazona", "Psalm", "Serenade", "A Song For Europe", "Mother Of Pearl" and "Sunset". LP, Vinyl record album
(Atco/Warner Communications pressing.)

Partial matches10
CD, LP, Vinyl record album cover art
✨✧ St GermainBoulevard ... CD
F Communications (France), 1995. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Finally repressed! This is the classic first album by St Germain – aka Ludovic Navarre – issued here with the "complete series" of tracks from the original effort. Like St Germain's huge-selling Tourist effort for Blue Note, this one's a great batch of jazzy club grooves – basing its vibe on a classic 70s sound, but adding in some great modern French house touches to pump up the beat a bit more. Titles include "Deep In It", "Thank U Mum", "What's New?", "Easy To Remember", "Sentimental", "Street Scene", and "Forget It". Released in 1995, but still pretty darn fresh! CD
 
 
 



⇑ Top