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El CocoLet's Get It Together ... LP
AVI, 1976. Very Good ... $3.99
Very groovy early work by El Coco – a cool mix of electric keyboards and fusiony touches, in a style that made the group a real standout on the dancefloor! At some level, the album almost operates like a jazz set – thanks to the strong keyboards of Michael Lewis and the percussion of Laurin Rinder – but there's also a smoother groove going on, and a definite shot at the clubs that stands out on some of the album's catchier tunes. The keyboards are in a very cool "spaced out" mode, and a few cuts even hit some great 70s exotica moments too. Includes remakes of "Mr Lucky" and "Quiet Village" – which should show some of the influences of the team – plus the tracks "Let's Get It Together", "Fai Le Chat", "Gimme Some", and "Put On Your Jeans". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has light wear.)

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✨✧ El CocoLove Exciter/Dance Man ... 12-inch
AVI, 1978. Used (pic cover)... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Moogy disco from El Coco – lifted from the group's best period of the 70s! "Love Exciter" builds upon a spacey Rinder/Lewis keyboard line – growing as the tune goes on, sliding strings and vocals into the mix! "Dance Man" starts with more great moog – bleeping out in spacey fashion before the tune's harder elements come into play. 12-inch, Vinyl record
(White label promo. Cover has light wear.)

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✨✧ El CocoDancing In Paradise ... LP
AVI, 1978. Used ... Out Of Stock
A great mix of moog, clavinet, organ, and slight exotic touches in the percussion – and another compelling disco album from the godlike hands of Michael Lewis and Laurin Rinder! The album retains the exotic elements of the group's earlier records, but hits a smoother disco sound that gives the funky keyboards a lot of room to work around. There's some great instrumental solos on just about every cut – and titles include "It's Your Last Chance", "Afrodesia", "Dancing In Paradise", and "Love In Your Life". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has some small stains on back.)

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✨✧ El CocoMondo Disco (6:05, 3:43)/Bahia ... 12-inch
AVI, 1975. Used (pic cover)... Out Of Stock
Early electro-disco from Rinder and Lewis. 12-inch, Vinyl record
(Cover has some wear.)
 
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✨✧ Woody ShawWoody Shaw Live Vol 3 ... CD
High Note, 1977. Used ... $9.99
Majestic work from Woody Shaw – the third volume of a rare live performance from 1977, one that features Woody at the height of his powers, running through long and beautiful tracks with a deeply soulful feel. The style here is similar to Woody's best work of the mid 70s on the Muse label – extended tracks performed with a group that includes Stafford James on bass, Steve Turre on trombone, Mulgrew Miller or Larry Willis on piano, and Victor Lewis on drums. Titles include "Ginseng People", "Organ Grinder", "Teotiuacan", "Seventh Avenue", and "Little Red's Fantasy". CD

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✨✧ Woody ShawWoody III ... LP
Columbia, 1979. Used ... Out Of Stock
A perfect summation of the Woody Shaw genius in the 70s – bold, righteous jazz – delivered with a soaring, joyous message that's impossible to deny! By the time of this release, Shaw had matured to a point where he was easily one of the most important voices on the trumpet in his generation – a 70s player who pulled together strands of the previous generation – from Coltrane to Lee Morgan to Larry Young – all wrapped up in amazing music like this! The set's a major label date, but it's got a righteous power to rival the best indie label sessions from companies like Strata East or Muse – and the lineup features other key spiritual players of Shaw's generation – including Carter Jefferson on tenor, James Spaulding on alto and flute, Rene McLean on alto, Onaje Allen Gumbs on piano, Steve Turre on trumpet, Buster Williams on bass, and Victor Lewis on drums. Titles include the sublime "Woody III" suite, plus "Escape Velocity", "Organ Grinder", and "To Kill A Brick". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a partially unglued top seam.)
 
 
 



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