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One or two small marks that would make an otherwise near perfect record slightly less so.
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the light, and will only show up when looking straight at the record.
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May have some slight marks from aging of the paper sleeve on the vinyl.
Possible minor surface noise when played.
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Paul Motian didn't always record that much as a leader, but the dates under his own name are always compelling ones – and quite a change from his more famous work with Bill Evans! This set is a sparkling showcase of original tunes by Motian – played by a shifting array of players that ... LP, Vinyl record album
A beautiful early record from a trio who would flourish even more strongly in years to come – usually under the leadership of Keith Jarrett, but working here with bassist Gary Peacock at the helm – guiding the piano of Jarrett and drums of Jack DeJohnette! The slight change really ... LP, Vinyl record album
A very different setting than some of the more spacious Barre Phillips albums of the 70s – as this set has him working in a mixed electric/acoustic mode – with a core quartet that features John Surman on baritone, soprano, and bass clarinet – plus Stu Martin on drums and Dieter ... LP, Vinyl record album
At the height of his success, Pat tries to prove to the world that he's still got cred – and hooks up with Ornette, Charlie Haden, and Denardo Coleman for a little bit of harmelodic jamming. Thing is, we actually liked the slick stuff better! Titles include "Mob Job", "Video ... LP, Vinyl record album
Features Rypdal on guitar, Allan Dangerfield on keyboards, Bjorn Kjellemyr on bass, and Audun Kleive on drums. Titles include "The Last Hero", "Sprott", "Mystery Man", "There Is A Hot Lady In My Bedroom & I Need A Drink", "Strange Behavior", ... LP, Vinyl record album
Although trombonist Julian Priester had been playing for years on some of the hippest jazz sides ever recording, this stint of late 70s ECM recordings were some of his rare few as a leader, apart from some very early sides for the Jazzland/Riverside label. The groove here is stretched out, ... LP, Vinyl record album
With Stanton Davis, Malachi Thompson, Bruce Purse, and Bowie on trumpet – plus Craig Harris and Steve Turre on trombone, Vincent Chancey on French horn, and Phillip Wilson on drums. Titles include "Coming Back Jamaica", "Nonet", "When The Spirit Returns", and ... LP, Vinyl record album