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✨✧ Mike Richmond Cello QuartetPendulum ... CD
Steeplechase (Denmark), 2017. Used ... Out Of Stock
Not a record with four cellos in the lead – but a set that features bassist Mike Richmond picking up the instrument in a glittering tribute to the genius of Oscar Pettiford! The set features all Pettiford compositions, played by a swinging group that features Peter Zak on piano, Jay Anderson on bass, and Billy Drummond on drums – players who provide a warm core while Richmond mostly plucks the cello, and uses the instrument in wonderfully melodic ways – that mixture of deep groove and lyrical swing that Pettiford brought to his most unique recordings of the 50s. Zak's piano has a harder bite, which makes for a nice contrast in tones – and titles include "Why Not That's What", "Laverne Walk", "Cello Again", "The Pendulum At Falcon's Lair", "My Little Cello", "Tamalpais Love Song To The Winds", and "Oscalypso". CD
(Rear tray card has a cutout notch.)
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Lords Of The UndergroundHere Come The Lords (180 gram pressing) ... LP
Pendulum/Music On Vinyl (UK), 1993. New Copy 2LP (reissue)... $30.99
The legendary debut of Lords Of The Underground – with dope rhymes by Mr Funke & DoItAll the DJ skills Lord Jazz and bluprint production by Marley Marl & K-Def! Ever since the Juice Crew days, it seemed as though Marley Marl had been searching a solid vehicle to make his presence felt on the East Coast hip hop scene. In the early 90s, LOTUG was it, with the on point rhymes with head nodding beats paired perfectly for a certified classic. 15 tracks in all, including "Chief Rocka", "Funky Child", "Floe On (New Symphony)", "Psycho", "Here Come The Lords", "Lord Jazz Hit Me One Time (Make It Funky)", "Keep It Underground", "Check It (rmx)", 'Lords Prayer", "From Da Bricks", "Keep It Underground", "Grave Digga", "Madd Skillz", "Sleep For Dinner (rmx)", "LOTUG" and "What's Goin' On". LP, Vinyl record album
(25th Anniversary edition. Numbered limited edition of 1000 copies on 180 gram green colored vinyl.)

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✨✧ Digable PlanetsRebirth Of Slick (Cool Like Dat) (crashing giant step mix, crashing instymix, 7'' mix, uh-oh planet earth albumix, uh-oh planet earth inst) ... 12-inch
Pendulum/Elektra, 1992. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
... 12-inch, Vinyl record
(Original pressing in a plain sleeve.)

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✨✧ Digable PlanetsRebirth Of Slick [Cool Like Dat] (crashing giant step mix, crashing inst mix, 7" mix, uh-oh planet earth LP mix, planet earth inst mix) ... 12-inch
Pendulum/Elektra, 1992. Used (pic cover)... Out Of Stock
... 12-inch, Vinyl record
(Cover has a cutout notch.)
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Bjorn MeyerProvenance ... CD
ECM (Germany), 2017. New Copy ... $16.99 18.99
A great little record that takes us right back to the ECM glory days of the 70s – especially the way that the label opened up huge new frontiers for artists on guitar! The album features both electric and acoustic bass guitar from Bjor Meyer – no other instrumentation at all – but as with some of the most inventive ECM productions years back, the whole thing is hardly a guitar album at all – at least in familiar ways – and instead uses the instrument to generate new tones, textures, and colors that are really breathtaking! Meyer's never too abstract, and he's honestly got that undercurrent of sentiment that made early Pat Metheny records so unique – cast out here on beautiful tunes that include "Three Thirteen", "Squizzle", "Trails Crossing", "Traces Of A Song", "Pendulum", "Banyan Waltz", and "Garden Of Silence". CD

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Oscar PettifordNew York City 1955 to 1958 ... CD
Uptown, Mid 50s. New Copy 2CDs ... $20.99 24.99
An insane amount of rare material from legendary bassist Oscar Pettiford – not only one of the most forward-thinking musicians on his instrument during the postwar years, but also an extremely inventive leader, who found ways of merging bop modernism with a large group format! The recordings here are all well-recorded, originally done for radio in New York – and the 2CD set features a whopping 48 tracks in all, from seven different performances by Pettiford, mostly at Birdland – with an incredible lineup of players throughout, musicians who include Donald Byrd, Johnny Coles, and Art Farmer on trumpets; Jimmy Cleveland and Eddie Bert on trombones; Sahib Shihab on alto and baritone; Gigi Gryce and Gene Quill on alto; Hank Jones, Dick Katz, and Hod O'Brien on piano; and Jerome Richardson and JR Monterose on tenor. The arrangements are wonderful – by Pettiford, Lucky Thompson, Gigi Gryce, and Benny Golson – and the set features performances by a nonet, sextet, and larger band. Some songs are performed a few different times, by different lineups – and titles include Kamman's A Comin", "Smoke Signal", "Two French Fries", "The Gentle Art Of Love", "I Remember Clifford", "Jack The Bear", "Battle Axe", "Stablemates", "45 Degree Angle", and "The Pendulum At Falcon's Lair". CD

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Lou Stein8 For Kicks 4 For Laughs ... CD
Jubilee/Warner (Japan), 1954. Used ... $10.99
A unique little record – with some surprisingly nice touches! At some level, the record's got the feel of some of the east coast chamber jazz sets of the time – particularly those on Bethelehm and RCA – but at another level, there's a much more playful feel here, one that breaks down any genre conventions, especially in our expectations of the players. Stein's leading the group on piano, and working with a lineup that includes Billy Butterfield on trumpet, Peanuts Hucko on clarinet, Aaron Bell on bass, and Tony Mottola on guitar – turning in some really wonderful work that pushes the set in a number of different directions. You might expect a trad feel from the presence of Butterfield and Hucko, yet the album's got a playfully rhythmic groove that might be borrowed from trad, but which also has some great modern touches – made all the more so through Mottola's inventive work on guitar. Titles include "The Pendulum", "I Should Care", "Lou's Blues", "The Skull", and "When Your Lover Has Gone". CD
(SHM-CD pressing! Includes obi.)

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✨✧ VariousRhymes For Beats – Jazzy Sensation ... CD
Blue Note (Japan), 2017. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
An excellent overview of the hippest side of contemporary Blue Note – that moment when the label really started paying attention to some of the more soulful currents of the underground, and found a way to help hip players make some really wonderful sounds! Much of the work here is from that moment when Robert Glasper joined the label, and some of his bandmates were able to record as solo acts too – and a few other cuts are from different strands that fit together well – served up here both in album cuts, and some more unusual remixes too – plus a few nice bits from leftfield as well. There's a fair bit of contemporary soul and hip hop production in the mix, too – and tracks include "Initiate (stray rmx)" by Gogo Penguin, "Liquid Spirit (20 Syl rmx)" by Gregory Porter, "Alive" by Marcus Strickland, "Letter To Hermoine (Robert Glasper & Jewels rmx)" by Robert Glasper with Bilal, "RSBD (TBG rise & fall rmx)" by Takuya Kuroda, "Rubberband" by Derrick Hodge, "Love (Scroobius Pip vs Christian Scott)" by Scroobius Pip & Christian Scott, "Break Down" by Jason Moran, "Marvin's Room" by Next Collective, "Anthem (post-diluvial adaption)" by Brother J Of X-Clan & Christian Scott, "Move Your Hand (Spearhead rmx)" by Lonnie Smith with Michael Franti, "Toy Soldiers (reprise)" by W Ellington Felton & Ben Williams, and "Pendulum" by Kendrick Scott Oracle. CD

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✨✧ Oscar PettifordNew Oscar Pettiford Sextet (with bonus tracks) ... CD
Debut/OJC, Early 50s. Used ... Out Of Stock
Although bassist Oscar Pettiford left a huge influence on jazz before his untimely death, there's not actually that many fantastic records in which he's featured as a leader. Fortunately, this is one of the few, and it's a sparkling set of modernist inflected bop tunes played by a group that includes Mingus on bass, Phil Urso on tenor, Walter Bishop on piano, and Percy Heath on drums. Pettiford plays cello, and his lead on the instrument gives the record a dark tone that is extremely haunting. Titles include "Low & Behold", "Pendulum At Falcon's Lair", and "Tamalpais Love Song". CD

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