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Gary BurtonGary Burton Quartet (Duster/Lofty Fake Anagram/Gary Burton Quartet In Concert) ... LP
RCA (France), 1967/1968. Near Mint- 3LPs ... $29.99
A pretty great 3LP set that documents one of Gary Burton's greatest groups – the quartet he formed with Larry Coryell on guitar, Steve Swallow on bass, and Roy Haynes on drums. The group recorded these 3 albums for RCA in 1967 and 1968 – and really pushed Gary's style past the straight jazz approach of earlier albums, into the open-ended style that made him one of the freer vibists of the 70s. Haynes is especially great, as his free touch on the drum kit is perfect for Burton's modal wanderings on the vibes. Titles include "One Two 1234", "Response", "Ballet", "Sweet Rain", "General Mojo Cuts Up", I'm Your Pal", "Lines", "Blue Comedy", "Walter L", and "Wrong Is Right". LP, Vinyl record album
(Includes book. Box has some very light wear, but is great overall.)

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✨✧ VariousAnagram Jam ... CD
Fat City/B- Music (UK), Late 60s/Early 70s. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A very weird little compilation – one made up of the kind of funky, freaky, psychedelic tunes you'd find on the Finders Keepers label – but mixed up a bit too! There's a very strong Andy Votel vibe going on with the package – grooves from the kind of cool rare nuggets that Andy's dug up for other compilations, mixed up slightly and messed up too – and presented with the names of the artists all mixed up, so that each title is an anagram-styled puzzle! Heavy drums and fuzzy guitars rule the scene throughout – and titles include "Mask It" by CBS Romania, "Gentle Onto God" by Eileen Jawsin, "Run Way" by Ray Wun, "Loop" by Dizcoa, and "A Zebu Nuclear Junco" by Jono Pelicio. CD
(Out of print.)

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✨✧ Gary BurtonGenuine Tong Funeral/Selections From Lofty Fake Anagram ... CD
RCA (Germany), 1968. Used ... Out Of Stock
Billed as "A Dark Opera Without Words", A Genuine Tong Funeral is an extended piece written by Carla Bley, and performed by the Burton quartet with help from a larger group that includes Steve Lacy, Gato Barbieri, Michael Mantler, and Bley herself. As such, the album's probably the most ambitious one that Burton ever recorded during the 60s – never too far out, but with angular tones and strange time changes that mark the record as being quite different from his other sides for RCA. It also makes it one of his best, too – as the record has that wonderfully fresh sound that you get from early work by Bley, never too silly, and with a serious approach to composition that also never loses sight of its roots in jazz. Titles include "The New Funeral March", "Silent Spring", "Mother Of The Dead Man", "Death Rolls", and "The New National Anthem". Also includes five tracks from "Lofty Fake Anagram". CD
(Out of print, 1999 Classic Edition with yellow border.)
 
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Jimmy GiuffreNew York Concerts – The Jimmy Giuffre 3 & 4 (180 gram pressing) (2020 Record Store Day Release) ... LP
Anagram, 1965. New Copy 2LP Gatefold ... $29.99
Amazing music from Jimmy Giuffre – and a much-needed document of this under-recorded time in his career! The 2CD set brings together two different live performances – each done two years after his groundbreaking Free Fall album for Columbia, and with a sound that's even more far-reaching than that classic set! The Giuffre heard here is extremely free on his reeds – especially clarinet, which is blown at a level that prefaces countless European free jazz work to come – with an incredible range of sounds, colors, and tones. Giuffre also plays tenor – with more bite and soul than ever before – almost at an ESP sort of level – and the accompaniment on both sessions is very loose and free, too – with Joe Chambers on drums on both concerts – working with Richard Davis on bass on a trio set, and with a quartet that includes Don Friedman on piano and Barre Phillips on bass. The whole thing is mindblowing – a chapter of this amazing musician's career that demands to be heard – and stands as even more of a revelation than other Giuffre releases in recent years. Titles include "Cry Want", "Syncopate", "Drive", "Angles", "Quadrangle", "Crossroads", and "Three Bars In One". LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited edition pressing – 180 gram, on vinyl for the first time ever!)

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MandrillMandrill ... CD
Polydor/Anagram, 1970. New Copy ... $11.99 12.99
A masterpiece of freeform funk from Mandrill – New York group at the start of the 70s, but one who work here with the best longform jamming styles of the Bay Area scene! The combo draw equal influence from jazz, funk, soul, and Latin – using all elements in a unique hybrid that's all their own – and which really favors instrumental passages more than vocal moments on this debut album – with searing lead guitar from Omar Mesa, next to plenty of organ lines, flute, trumpet, and tenor – all carried with heavy bass and percussion, and peppered with lots of surprises along the way! The whole thing's tremendous – a massively funky first statement from the group – with cuts that include the extended suite "Peace & Love", plus other funky goodies like "Symphonic Revolution", "Rollin' On", "Warning Blues", and "Mandrill". CD
 
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✨✧ RampCome Into Knowledge ... LP
Blue Thumb, 1977. Very Good+ ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
One of the greatest albums of all time – a masterpiece of moody soul, spacey vocals, and jazzy vibes – all produced by the legendary Roy Ayers! Ramp take their name from the anagram Roy Ayers Musical Productions – and in a way, the group's the summation of all the genius that Roy had been cooking up on his own albums of the 70s – served up at an even higher level than before! The group boasts a unique two-female vocal style – sung together in a mode that had been used on Roy's own albums, but never this fully – all supported by some complex jazzy instrumentation, very heavy on the vibes and keyboards! Nearly every cut is fantastic – and the album has a strange off-kilter vibe that's totally amazing, and which has captivated soul fans for years – a blend of mellow and upbeat, complicated and straightforward that's totally great. Titles include the massive cut "Daylight", sampled famously over the years, plus "American Promise", "Come Into Knowledge", "I Just Love You", and the band's great cover of "Everybody Loves the Sunshine", done in a way that's strangely both similar and different than Roy's own version! LP, Vinyl record album
(Recent reissue pressing – Universal Special Markets.)

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✨✧ RampCome Into Knowledge ... LP
Blue Thumb/Verve, 1977. New Copy (reissue)... Out Of Stock
One of the greatest albums of all time – a masterpiece of moody soul, spacey vocals, and jazzy vibes – all produced by the legendary Roy Ayers! Ramp take their name from the anagram Roy Ayers Musical Productions – and in a way, the group's the summation of all the genius that Roy had been cooking up on his own albums of the 70s – served up at an even higher level than before! The group boasts a unique two-female vocal style – sung together in a mode that had been used on Roy's own albums, but never this fully – all supported by some complex jazzy instrumentation, very heavy on the vibes and keyboards! Nearly every cut is fantastic – and the album has a strange off-kilter vibe that's totally amazing, and which has captivated soul fans for years – a blend of mellow and upbeat, complicated and straightforward that's totally great. Titles include the massive cut "Daylight", sampled famously over the years, plus "American Promise", "Come Into Knowledge", "I Just Love You", and the band's great cover of "Everybody Loves the Sunshine", done in a way that's strangely both similar and different than Roy's own version! LP, Vinyl record album
 
 
 



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