Seminal west coast recordings by Clifford Brown – recorded in LA in 1954, with a mixture of hard bop and lyricism, in that sparkling mode that Brownie left as his indelible imprint on the west coast scene of the 50s! Players include Bob Gordon on baritone, Stu Williamson on trombone, Zoot ... (Jazz) read moreCD
Stanley Jordan in a new sort of soulful setting – one that takes his guitar from the previous solo setting of initial Blue Note albums, and gives it a fuller and smoother groove overall! The production and arrangements are by Preston Glass – a master of smooth jazz in these early years ... (Jazz) read moreLP, Vinyl record album
Lambert, Hendricks & Ross —
Swingers! ... CD World Pacific/EMI/Manhattan, 1958. Used ...
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One of the rarest albums ever recorded by the hiply swinging vocal trio of Jon Hendricks, Dave Lambert, and Annie Ross – a live session from 1958, with backing by a group that includes Zoot Sims, Russ Freeman, and Jim Hall. The feel here is really wonderful – a lot less hokey than on ... (Vocalists) read moreCD
Cheryl Lynn's definitely starting over here – moving over to the Manhattan label after a long successful run on Columbia – but her sound on the record is still pretty strongly in the same mode, a blend of 80s soul with poppier hooks, done with a fair bit of keyboards and drum machine ... (Soul) read moreCD
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Ziggy Marley & The Melody Makers —
Time Has Come ... LP EMI/Manhattan, Early/Mid 80s. Used ...
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Bernard Wright —
Mr Wright ... LP Manhattan, 1985. Used ...
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By the mid 80s, Bernard Wright had dropped some of his jazz funk sound, and moved towards more of a smoother R&B sound – although the mix proved out to work surprisingly well, and has made this album a bit of a classic in the 80s groove mode. Includes the cut "Who Do You Love", ... (Soul) read moreLP, Vinyl record album