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Blind Boys Of AlabamaSpirit Of The Century ... CD
Real World, 2001. Used ... $1.99
Featuring Clarence Fountain, Jimmy Carter, George Scott & Joey Williams, with songs by Tom Waits, Ben Harper, Mick Jagger & Keith Richards. CD

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Miles DavisMiles Davis At Newport – 1955-1975 – The Bootleg Series Vol 4 (4CD box set) ... CD
Legacy, Mid 50s/1960s/Mid 70s. New Copy 4 CDs ... $43.99 49.98
Not just Miles Davis live at Newport – but Miles at Newport over the course of 20 years, in the space of eight different live performances – almost all of which are previously unreleased! Apart from the 1958 and 1969 Newport material here, most of the 4CD set features all-new, all-great vintage Miles material – with Newport performances from 1955, 1958, 1966, 1967, 1969, 1971, 1973, and 1975 – the last three of which are Newport festivals in Europe and New York. And these aren't just random tracks, but full sets, too – even with some announcements at the start or end – and players include Gerry Mulligan and Zoot Sims for the 1955 concert; John Coltrane, Cannonball Adderley, and Bill Evans in 1958; Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, Ron Carter, and Tony Williams for 1966 and 1967; Jack DeJohnette, Dave Holland, and Chick Corea in 1969; a big electric group with Keith Jarrett, Gary Bartz, Michel Henderson, and Mtume in 1971; and Pete Cosey, Davie Liebman, Reggie Lucas, and Mtume for the 1973 and 1975 shows. A huge amount of material – 4 CDs in a great package, with detailed notes, too! CD

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✨✧ Nyahbingi Drum ChoirVelvet Drum Meditations ... CD
Arawak, 2010. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A very hip percussive project from Douglas Ewart and the Nyahbingi Drum Choir – a group that mixes spiritual jazz with rootsy styles of rhythms – but all at a level that's very organic and spontaneous overall! The set was recorded live at the Velvet Lounge, but it's got a sound that's much more 70s loft than that venue normally sees – a tremendous combination of the percussion of Ewart with work by Clifton Robinson, Paul Cotton, Keith Eric, and others on percussion – plus Ed Wilkerson on tenor sax, and both Ann E Ward and Aquila Sadalla on voice. Tracks are all quite long, and very powerful – and although there's some reggae references in the titles, the overall vibe is much more Afrocentrist. Titles include "No Night In Zion", "Velvet Song For The Prarie Prophet", "They Got To Move", "Jamaican Anthem", and "Fire Spirits For Oswald Count Ossie Williams". CD

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