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George DukeEra Will Prevail – The MPS Studio Years 1973 to 1976 (7LP set – 180 gram pressing) ... LP
MPS (Germany), 1970s. New Copy 7 LPs ... $194.99
An amazing package of work from George Duke – 6 of his legendary fusion albums for MPS Records, including the never-reissued double-length set Solus/The Inner Source! That incredible album is worth the price of the package alone – as it begins with some sublime trio work from Duke, rooted in jazz but already stretching out in amazing ways – then moves into some even hipper Latin-styled grooves, with Jerome Richardson on reeds and Luis Gasca on a bit of trumpet! Other albums in the set are equally great – and trace Duke's evolution from straighter jazz into funky freer fusion and soul – an incredible musical shift that's presented on the albums Faces In Reflection, Feel, I Love The Blues She Heard My Cry, The Aura Will Prevail, and Liberated Fantasies – each of them classics in their own right, presented together wonderfully here in this complete MPS package! The set is amazing – all records are on 180 gram vinyl, with cover styles that replicate the original MPS style – and the tapes have been re-optimized, and remastered to very specific 70s standards for wonderful sound! Comes with a special book, too. LP, Vinyl record album
(Beautiful set – with special book, and all-new remastering – the best these records ever had!)

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Cal TjaderAgua Dulce ... CD
Fantasy/BGP (UK), 1971. New Copy ... $11.99
One of our favorite Cal Tjader albums ever – and one of the first to have his vibes working alongside Fender Rhodes! The record's a surprising little set from the start of the 70s – one that almost has Cal picking up some of the New York sounds of a few years before, then mixing them up with a hipper west coast electric style in the end – a Fantasy Records vibe that meshes together a few different modes, and comes up with a rich new style in the process! There's a bit of vocals on the set – somewhat unusual for Cal Tjader, and often used to augment the soulfully snapping grooves of the best tunes – but even more amazing is the heavy use of Fender Rhodes, played here by the amazing Al Zulaica, who's work on the album really ranks right up there with the best early 70s keyboardists on the coast! Zulaica's piano is amazing next to Cal's warmly chromatic vibes – and other instrumentation includes saxes from Bill Perkins, flute from Mel Martin, trumpet from Luis Gasca, moog from Rita Dowling, and percussion from both Pete and Coke Escovedo. Titles include the killer "Aqua Dulce (Cool-Ade)", a fantastic version of "Gimme Shelter", a sublime of Clare Fischer's "Morning", and the cuts "Ran Kan Kan", "Descarga Cubana", "Curacao", and "Somewhere In The Night". CD

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✨✧ Joe HendersonCanyon Lady ... LP
Milestone, 1975. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Subtle genius from Joe Henderson – a wonderfully laidback album that interweaves Latin rhythms, west coast soul jazz, and some slight electric touches – all in a mode that shows Henderson to be one of the deepest thinking players of his scene! All tracks are long and exploratory, without going too far out – and they're done here with a style that's gentler and more introspective than Henderson's first few electric records – but in a way that makes them even more complicated and deeply soulful. Players include Oscar Brashear, George Duke, Luis Gasca, Hadley Caliman, and Mark Levine – but Henderson's tenor is the main guiding force of the set – moodily exploring some wonderful space laid out on the tunes "All Things Considered", "Las Palmas", "Tres Palabras", and "Canyon Lady". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has ring & edge wear.)

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✨✧ MaloMalo ... LP
Warner, 1972. Used Gatefold ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Wonderful 70s Latin soul from the legendary Bay Area combo that included Jorge Santana, Luis Gasca, and Coke Escovedo! This first record's a masterpiece in the California Latin Soul style – a sweet blend of Latin, jazz, funk, and rock that took up where the New York groups left off at the end of the 60s. The tracks are all pretty long – with some extremely tight instrumental playing, and plenty of room for long jamming solos. But the best part is the vocals – sung by Arcelio Garcia Jr, with a sweet style that's totally excellent. You probably already know that if you've heard the band's big hit "Suavecito", which is included here in a longer version than the original single – but you'll also hear that on the tracks "Cafe", "Pana", and "Peace". LP, Vinyl record album
(Sealed original pressing – with "hit" sticker on shrink!)

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✨✧ VariousAll Day Thumbsucker Revisited – A History Of Blue Thumb Records ... LP
Blue Thumb, 1970s. Used 3LP Gatefold ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A mixed bag of tracks issued in 1995 to celebrate the history of the legendary Blue Thumb label from the 70s – and although there's a lot of rock numbers on here that we could do without, there's plenty of nice bits for groovers, too! Some of the best cuts are from albums that we can hardly ever find on vinyl, and the album's got a mix of jazz, Brazilian, Latin, soul, and funk tunes. Titles include "Bird's Word" by The Last Poets, "Images" by Sun Ra, "Breezin" by Gabor Szabo, "The Frog" by Joao Donato, "Blackbird" by Bossa Rio, "Fat Jam" by Ben Sidran, "Little Mama" by Luis Gasca, "Put It Where You Want It" by The Crusaders, and "Darkness Darkness" by Phil Upchurch. LP, Vinyl record album
(Pressed on blue, yellow, and orange vinyl. Cover has a creased corner and a small split on the spine.)
 
 
 



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