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✨✧ Ornette ColemanSkies Of America ... LP
Columbia, 1972. Very Good+ ... $11.99
A brilliant large ensemble work from Ornette Coleman – ambitious material recorded with full orchestra, in a haunting sound that's light years from any of his smaller group recordings of the 60s and 70s! There's an incredible feel to the strings used here – played by the London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by David Measham – all tied up and dark, with swirling sounds that run up beautifully from the bottom, then take off to the skies promised in the title – opening the door for Ornette to come in and solo freely over the top – in a magical mix that easily makes the record a standout in his long and mighty career! Harmolodic theory is definitely a part of Coleman's conception here – but in very different ways than his quartet or quintet recordings. Tracks include "The Men Who Live In The White House", "Sunday In America", "Dreams", "Native Americans", "Silver Screen", and "The Artist In America". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a sticker spot and light wear.)
 
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VariousGospel Soul Of Detroit – Sanctified Sounds from the Motor City ... LP
Detroit Gospel Reissue Project, 1960s/Early 70s. Near Mint- ... Just Sold Out!
A deep deep dig into the Detroit gospel scene – one that goes way farther than the bigger work by artists like CL Franklin and his famous daughters – and which instead looks at the wealth of work circulating on labels that mostly only issued 45rpm recordings! The music here is wonderful – a real revelation, from a city that had countless churches that each prided themselves on top-shelf singing groups to deliver the message on a Sunday morning – most of them artists who were also drinking deep from the same local brew that produced more famous Detroit soul at the time! Production on most of these tracks is mighty lean – leaving the vocals right up front in the mix, often driven by a few key instrumental elements – and titles include "Lord I Want You To Move" by Sensational Pontiac Spiritual Singers, "Save Me Jesus" by Gospel Blue Jays, "Another Soldier Gone" by Detroit Motor City Singers, "Have You Tried Jesus" by The Trumpelettes, "Been To The Water" by The Shackleford Singers, "My Captain" by The Pure Heart Travelers, and "Pressing On" by The Silver Harps. LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited screened cover with red front/blue back.)
 
 
 



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