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✨✧ Falla/Rieti/SurinachConcerto For Harpsichord/Partita For Harpsichord/Tientos – Sylvia Marlowe/Concert Arts Players ... LP
Capitol, Late 50s/Early 60s. Very Good+ ... $13.99
... LP, Vinyl record album
(Green & gold mono pressing. Cover has a small spot of tape residue and staining on the back.)

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Jerry MarloweAesop's Fables – The Tortoise & The Rabbit/The Silly Donkey (3 x 78 rpm album) ... 78 RPM
Black & White, Late 40s. Near Mint- 3 x 78 rpm album ... $9.99
Adapted & produced by Don MacLean. Composed & performed by Jerry Marlowe. 78 RPM, Vinyl record
(Cover has some edge wear along the spine.)

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Anita O'DayLive In Tokyo 1964 (Japanese paper sleeve edition) ... CD
SSJ (Japan), 1964. New Copy ... $22.99
A rare live performance from the great Anita O'Day – only recently discovered, and different from the more widely-circulated album of her Tokyo date in 1963! This time around, Anita's got a mature vibe that really moves past the Verve years – and starts to hint at the direction she'd take in the 70s, especially on her overseas albums – a sound that's solid, swinging, but nicely open at times too – with less of the tight phrasing that she developed in the big band years. Backing is by a hip Japanese combo, led by Takeshi Inomata on drums, with Anita's accompanist Bob Corwin on piano – alongside Tetsuo Fushimi on trumpet and Shigeo Suzuki on alto – and titles include "Who Cares", "Star Eyes", "Let's Fall In Love", "A Nightingale Sang In Berkley Square", and "I Cried For You". As a bonus, the CD also adds in two tracks recorded with the Curtis Counce Quintet in 1956 – "The Man I Love" and "You're The Top" – and three more recorded in 1957 with Anita's own sextet, with Bob Young on tenor and Alan Marlowe on piano – "My Funny Valentine", "Love Me Or Leave Me", and "A Cent & A Half". CD

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John WilliamsLong Goodbye (with bonus tracks) ... CD
Quartet (Spain), 1973. Used ... $14.99
A mad little soundtrack – for a mad little film! The Long Goodbye is one of the best-remembered Robert Altman films of the 70s – a wonderful contemporary remake of a Raymond Chandler/Phillip Marlowe classic – and in addition to some nice jazzy moments scored by John Williams, the score also features a stunning re-presentation of the main theme – a haunting number with vocals by Johnny Mercer! In the movie, Elliot Gould hears the song in many different versions – in a nightclub, on the radio, and in other settings that continue as the movie goes on – even a mariachi band at one point! The soundtrack CD features all these great versions – ten in all – with solo piano by Williams, a trio take by Dave Grusin, and vocals by Irene Kral, Clydie King, and Jack Sheldon too! The CD features all these takes on "The Long Goodbye" – plus more tracks that include "Marlowe In Mexico", "Night Talk", "Main Title Montage", and "The Border – plus even some studio rehearsal on the track, including banter from Clydie King! CD
(Out of print and limited to 500 copies.)

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✨✧ David ShireFarewell My Lovely ... LP
United Artists, 1975. Used ... Out Of Stock
Farewell My Lovely is a great late Robert Mitchum film – kind of a 70s noir, featuring Mitchum as Philip Marlowe – and the music is kind of a reworking of an older style of dramatic crime soundtrack styles, with the additional of some more off-beat and edgey passages that create a more sinister feel. The score's actually got some nice jazz work by players that include Dick Nash, Don Menza, and Artie Kane – and features 12 titles that include "Mrs Grayle's Theme", "Amthor's Place", "Marlowe's Trip", "Three Mile Limited", and "Moose Finds His Velma". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has some wear.)

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✨✧ Illinois JacquetDefinitive Black & Blue Sessions – Bottoms Up ... CD
Black & Blue (France), 1974. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Strong sounds from tenorist Illinois Jacquet – a player who first developed his talent in the bigger bands of the 40s, then cut some great small combo material like this in his later years! That raw, bold tone of Jacquet's is very firmly in place – given a great showcase here alongside the Hammond of Milt Buckner, whose romping lines are augmented by work on bass from Roland Lobligeois, and drums from Jo Jones – the latter of whom brings an especially nice groove to the set! Milt also plays a bit of acoustic piano – with a deft touch that's even more compelling than his work on the electric keys – and Jacquet also picks up a bassoon at one point, which makes for a mighty unusual change – a nicely exotic sound. Titles include "Africa Now", "Bottoms Up", "If You Knew What It Does To My Heart", "Blues Funk For Bill Marlowe", and "Jammin For DS". CD also features some bonus tracks – "All the Things You Are", and three alternate takes. CD

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