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WileyTreddin' On Thin Ice ... CD
XL, 2004. Used ... $1.99
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(Barcode has a cutout hole.)
 
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Barbara LeaWoman In Love (10 inch LP) ... LP
Riverside, 1955. Very Good ... $99.99
A beautiful early album from vocalist Barbara Lea – her only session for Riverside, and a date that's a bit leaner lighter than some of her albums for Prestige! The group on here is totally great – the Billy Taylor Trio with bassist Earl May and drummer Percy Brice – augmented by guitarist Jimmy Shirley and trumpeter Johnny Windhurst, the latter of whom slides in some well-placed lines that really keep things fresh, and help push the album away from the usual territory of a vocal-plus-trio album. Lea's approach to the tunes is a bit like that of another Lee – Lee Wiley – but in a way that strips things down a bit more, and gives the traditional numbers a slightly more modern inflection. Titles include "Love Me", "As Long As I Live", "Come Rain Or Come Shine", "A Woman Alone With The Blues", "I Didn't Know About You", and "Thinking Of You". LP, Vinyl record album
(Original 10" pressing – very hard to find! Cover has some light aging, but is nice overall.)

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VariousBeaux Arts Trio – Complete Philips Recordings (60CD set) ... CD
Philips, 1960s/1970s/1980s. New Copy 60CD ... $181.99 189.99
The complete recordings of this wonderful group – a trio of musicians who forever changed the interpretation of chamber music in the 20th century! The material here features the original trio with Menahem Pressler, Daniel Guilet, and Bernard Greenhouse – and later versions with violinist Isidore Cohen, and cellist Peter Wiley – on a range of excellent recordings that sometimes include both 60s and later takes on classic trio material. The repertoire is huge – from early music through 20th century modern moments – but the group's strongest suit has always been their sublime interpretation of romantic and classical composers. The box features a total of 60 CDs – all of which include far more than the original album recordings – and composers include Haydn, Beethoven, Schubert, Smetana Mendelssohn, Ives, Shostakovich, Korngold, Rachmaninov, Faure, Turina, Granados, Rorem, Schumann, Dvorak, Arensky, Brahms, Mozart, Chausson, and Turina. CD

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VariousChimpin' The Blues – With Jerry Zolten & Robert Crumb ... CD
East River, 1920s. New Copy ... $13.99 14.99
Not just another collection of rare material from 78rpm recordings – and instead, a great little set that's definitely got a personality of its own! The package presents rare work from the collections of 78 diggers Jerry Zolten and Robert Crumb – the latter of whom created some great cover art for the compilation as well – and in addition to some very well-recorded material from the original discs, the set also features a few tracks of Crumb and Zolten "chimpin" – some quick patter that serves up specific details on the records, and opinions from both collectors. Titles include "Humming Blues" by Joe Linthcombe, "Rolling Log Blues" by Lottie Kimbrough, "Guenene Tini" by Cheikha Tetma, "Walk Right In" by Cannon's Jug Stompers, "Last Kind Words" by Geeshie Wiley, "Warm Wipe Stomp" by Macon Ed & Tampa Joe, and "Washboard Cut Out" by Bobbie Leecan's Need More Band. CD
Also available Chimpin' The Blues – With Jerry Zolten & Robert Crumb ... LP 17.99

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VariousChimpin' The Blues – With Jerry Zolten & Robert Crumb ... LP
East River, 1920s. New Copy ... $17.99 18.99
Not just another collection of rare material from 78rpm recordings – and instead, a great little set that's definitely got a personality of its own! The package presents rare work from the collections of 78 diggers Jerry Zolten and Robert Crumb – the latter of whom created some great cover art for the compilation as well – and in addition to some very well-recorded material from the original discs, the set also features a few tracks of Crumb and Zolten "chimpin" – some quick patter that serves up specific details on the records, and opinions from both collectors. Titles include "Humming Blues" by Joe Linthcombe, "Rolling Log Blues" by Lottie Kimbrough, "Guenene Tini" by Cheikha Tetma, "Walk Right In" by Cannon's Jug Stompers, "Last Kind Words" by Geeshie Wiley, "Warm Wipe Stomp" by Macon Ed & Tampa Joe, and "Washboard Cut Out" by Bobbie Leecan's Need More Band. LP, Vinyl record album
Also available Chimpin' The Blues – With Jerry Zolten & Robert Crumb ... CD 13.99

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VariousLast Kind Words – 1926 to 1953 ... LP
Mississippi, Late 20s/1930s/1940s/Early 50s. New Copy ... $11.99
Deep, lost, or long-buried blues and gospel records from the old days – creaky 78s that creep deep into the soul – beautiful stuff from Lottie Kimbrough, Robert Petway, the Anglin Brothers and more! Great stuff, from chugging rustic guitar and voice blues, to some very moving pre-R&B gospel vocal gems, impeccable all around! Titles include "Last Kind Words" by Geechie Wiley, "Church Bells" by Kid Prince Moore, "Catfish Blues" by Robert Petway, "Rolling Log" by Lottie Kimbrough, "That's No Way To Get Along" by Robert Wilkins, "Money Cannot Buy Your Soul" by The Anglin Brothers, "Death Is Only A Dream" by Edward Clayborn and more. LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Archie SheppMy Man – Tribute To Sidney Bechet ... LP
Impro (France), 1981. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Leave it to Archie Shepp to deliver a tribute to Sidney Bechet with amazing results – a deeply spiritual session that's quite different than the trad jazz outing you might expect! Sure, a few of the tunes are Sidney's – but Shepp's renditions here are completely unique – stretched out and soulful, with the same sort of rich sounds you'd expect from his late 70s European work – a touch of jazz traditionalism, but mixed with all the openly-expressive modes that Archie helped bring to jazz from the 60s onwards. Shepp plays soprano sax, flute, and a bit of piano – and other players on the date include Charles McGee on trumpet, Charles Eubanks on piano, Santi DeBriano on bass, and John Betsch on drums. Michelle Wiley sings on two great numbers – "My Man" and "Blues For Bechet", both done with that all-soul Shepp approach – and other titles include "Premier Bal", "Passport To Paradise", and "Petite Fleur". LP, Vinyl record album
 
 
 



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