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Don ByasJazz Free & Easy (Regent) ... LP
Regent, Early 50s. Very Good ... $36.99
Nice album that features some great swinging sides by tenorist Byas – a true giant in his own right, but a player who wasn't that often recorded in small group sides like these. The tracks have that nicely rough Savoy feel, with good room for Byas to solo, and a focus on strong straight playing. Titles include "Free & Easy", "Byas A Drink", "Donby", "Candy", and "I Don't Know Why". LP, Vinyl record album
(Green label Regent pressing with deep groove – heavy, and nice and clean. Vinyl has a very short click on one cut, but overall is great – more VG+. Cover is nice too.)
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Buddy ClarkVagabond Dreams ... LP
Regent, Mid 50s. Very Good+ ... $4.99
A rare vocal set on Savoy – the only album we've ever seen from Buddy Clark! LP, Vinyl record album
(Green label Regend pressing, with deep groove. Cover is nice, with a small split in one corner.)

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Wild Bill Davison & Bill StaffordWhen The Saints Go Marching In ... LP
Regent, Mid 50s. Very Good- ... $3.99
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(Original heavy Regent pressing. Cover has light wear and some tape on the edges.)

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Joe WilliamsJoe Williams Sings Everyday ... LP
Regent, Early 50s. Very Good ... $6.99
Incredible early work from Joe Williams – harder, rawer, and spookier than any of his more famous sides from the late 50s and 1960s! The album's got a style that's almost R&B in parts – and features Joe effortlessly swinging his way through a set list that includes "It's Raining Again", "Detour Ahead", "Every Day", "Blow Mr Low", "Always On The Blue Side", and the incredible "Safe Sane & Single". The recording quality is great, too – looser and rougher than some of Joe's Verve work, with a nice toothy edge! LP, Vinyl record album
(Heavy green label pressing with deep groove. Cover has light wear.)

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✨✧ Johnny HartmanJohnny Hartman Sings – Just You, Just Me ... LP
Regent, 1947. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Early recordings by Johnny Hartman – originally issued as singles during the late 40s, but presented here in a 1950s album package, expanded with 4 previously unissued alternate takes! Backing is by swinging small groups that include players like Cozy Cole, Tyree Glenn, Tony Mottola, and Sanford Gold – and the arrangements are a bit more hard-edged than some of Hartman's later work, which really brings out a different side of his style. Tracks include "Why Was I Born?", "Tormented", "What's To Become Of Me", "I'll Never Smile Again", and "Somtime Remind Me To Tell You". Clearly, Johnny's more emotional here than in later years! LP, Vinyl record album
(Green label Regent pressing with deep groove. Cover has black electrical tape on the seams, clear tape on the spine, and faded marker on front.)
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RegentsBarbara Ann ... CD
Gee/Warner (Japan), 1961. New Copy ... $9.99
A legendary set from The Regents – a blue-eyed vocal group who were every bit as important as The Four Seasons and Beach Boys, even though their legacy never lasted as long! The quintet are in top form here – really more soul than rock and pop, with an approach that's extremely faithful to the best New York doo wop acts of the time – and production that really lets the interplay stay upfront, with only a bit of rhythm to get things going on the more upbeat numbers. This approach is heard to best effect on the album's classic title cut – "Barbara Ann" – and also comes through on the ballads as well. Other titles include "Laura My Darling", "A Sunday Kind Of Love", "Just Cry", "Lonesome Boy", "A Fool In Love", "Your Love Captured Me", and "I'm So Lonely". CD

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