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David AxelrodDavid Axelrod Anthology II ... CD
Stateside (UK), Late 60s/Early 70s. Used ... $11.99
Genius work from one of the greatest arranger/producers ever! David Axelrod isn't what you'd exactly call a household name, but over the past 40 years, he's had an undeniable influence on modern music! This set documents some of Axelrod's greatest work – his time at Capitol records during the late 60s and early 70s, when he was working some very unusual magic under the guise of simple pop records. The core of the package features tracks from David's own albums of the time – rare instrumental gems that mix together jazz, funk, and complicated soundscapes – and which have gone onto have a huge impact on the sound of hip hop production. Other tracks include Axelrod-handled productions for some other Capitol artists – surprisingly little tunes that break out with wonderful little twists, turns, and sly funky bits! Titles include "Tensity" by Cannonball Adderley, "Good Day Sunshine" by Ray Brown, "The Edge" by David McCallum, "Theme From Che" by Don Randi, "House Of Mirrors" by David McCallum, "Your Good Thing" and "Dead End Street" by Lou Rawls, "Happy People" by Cannonball Adderley, and "Warning Part 2", "Song Of Innoncence", "Merlin's Prophecy", "I Fall To Pieces", and "A Divine Image" by Axelrod himself! CD
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Charlie ParkerCharlie Parker Story On Dial Vol 1 – Westcoast Days ... CD
Dial/Stateside (Japan), 1946/1947. Used ... $12.99
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Charlie ParkerCharlie Parker Story On Dial Vol 2 – New York Days ... CD
Dial/Stateside (Japan), 1947. Used ... $12.99
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Ike & Tina TurnerFunkier Than A Mosquito's Tweeter ... CD
Stateside/EMI (UK), Late 60s/Early 70s. Used ... $7.99
A pretty great collection of work by Ike & Tina – with a strong focus on their harder-hitting sides! The set compiles tunes from the group's United Artists years, plus some other sides recorded for Liberty Records – and it's a really nicely done set that's pretty appealing to the kind of Ike Turner sounds that more recent soul and fans are digging. There's lots of less-familiar numbers on the set – with a total of 21 tracks that include "Doin It", "The Chopper", "Tell The Truth", "Bolic", "Baby", "Get You When I Want You", "Help Him", "Popcorn", "I Love Baby", "Funkier Than A Mosquito's Tweeter", "I Wanna Jump", "Too Much Woman", and "I Love Baby". CD

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New LatimoreSweet Vibrations – The Best Of Latimore ... CD
TK/Stateside (UK), 1970s. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Some of the most soulful work from the Miami scene of the 70s – and a killer batch of mellow soul tunes from the mighty Latimore! Latimore had a really unique approach that fused together different strands of southern soul at the time – a bit of the burning vocal approach forged in Memphis by James Carr and Otis Redding, a bit of the sweeter electric touches that were showing up in Atlanta and Muscle Shoals, a bit of the blues that would later show up more strongly in the Jackson scene, all produced with the dreamy Miami soul sound that was quickly coming to dominate the south at the time! Latimore's always been one of the most neglected heroes of his era, and this great set does a good job of bringing his best work to light – offering up 13 tracks from his glory days at the TK label in the 70s. Titles include "Keep The Home Fire Burnin", "Ain't Nothing You Can Do", "Snap Your Fingers", "Let's Straighten It Out", "Qualified Man", "Sweet Vibrations", "Dig A Little Deeper", "Long Distance Love", "I Get Lifted", and "Stormy Monday". CD