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Sonny FortuneAwakening ... LP
A&M/Horizon, 1975. Near Mint- Gatefold ... $5.99
Great stuff from Sonny Fortune – emerging here as a strong leader with a spiritual soulful style that was steeped in traditions from labels like Strata East and Muse, but which also worked quite well in the slightly-expanded setting of A&M's Horizon projects. The group here is a well-selected one – with John Hicks and Kenny Barron on piano, Charles Sullivan on trumpet, Wayne Dockery and Reggie Workman on bass, and Billy Hart on drums. Fortune really knows when to sit back and let the group groove – but he also burns away strongly on his own solos. Titles include "Triple Threat", "Nommo", "Sunshower", and "Awakening". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has light wear & a cutout hole.)

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Terror SquadTerror Squad – The Album – clean promo version ... LP
Atlantic, 1999. Near Mint- 2LP ... $2.99
With Big Pun, Triple Seis, Fat Joe, Cuban Link, Prospect, and Armageaddon. Includes "Watcha Gon Do", "Triple Threat", "Bring It On", "Gimme Dat", "Payin Dues" & "www.thatsmysh-t.com". LP, Vinyl record album
(In a plain white sleeve.)

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✨✧ Roland KirkThird Dimension & Beyond (Third Dimension/Introducing Roland Kirk) ... CD
King/Chess/Gambit (Spain), 1956/1960. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
2 albums' worth of rare early work from Roland Kirk – back to back on one CD! First up is the classic Third Dimension set for Bethlehem – a record that's not as groundbreaking as later sessions, but still filled with fire and imagination, and proof that the famous blind player was a genius even at an early age! Kirk plays alto, tenor, and soprano – and on all tracks, he plays them in his unique "3-in-1" style, in which he's actually blowing all horns at the same time! The result is an incredible sound, unlike anyone else we can think of – and it's an amazingly raw tone that still swings very hard. Players include Jimmy Madison, Carlu Pruitt, and Hank Duncan – and titles include "Triple Threat", "Slow Groove", "Roland's Theme", and "A La Carte". Next up is Introducing Roland Kirk – recorded in 1960 for Argo/Chess – and a heck of a smoker with a very unusual sound! The session features Roland with a Chicago group that includes Ira Sullivan on trumpet, Don Garrett on bass, and Ron Burton on both piano and organ – the latter of which gives Kirk's playing a very different feel than usual – a bit more soul jazz and gutbuckety than on the later Mercury recordings. In fact, given Roland's use of many different reed instruments (tenor, manzello, stritch, and whistle – all often played at the same time!) – there's almost a Yusef Lateef quality to the album, at last in the style of some of Lateef's more hardbop sides for Prestige at the time. Kirk's tone, as always, is amazing – with that really spacious feel he gets from playing more than one horn at once! Titles include some great originals, like "The Call", "Soul Station", and "Spirit Girl" – plus "Our Waltz" and "Jack The Ripper". CD
 
 
 



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