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✨✧ Bob LindGoodbye Neon Lies/We May Have Touched ... 7-inch
World Pacific, 1967. Near Mint- ... Out Of Stock
... 7-inch, Vinyl record
(Promo in a Pacific Jazz sleeve.)
 
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✨✧ Full Crate & FS Green/DJ AdlibHi Hat Club Vols 5 & 6 – Eggs & Pancakes/Haus & Garten ... CD
Melting Pot (Germany), 2011. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Volumes 5 & 6 in the MPM producer series – Amsterdam's Full Crate and FS Green for Vol 5 and Cologne-based DJ Adlib on Vol 6 – separately released on vinyl and paired up for CD! Full Crate & FS Green both funky progressive hip hop beatcraft on their tracks. Green's cuts includes "Pick A Star", "Troopercat", "Monoshow", "Tycoon Thug", Awesome", "One Up", and the duo-crafted "Eggs & and "To The Floor". Crate's own include "Thursday", "Never Never", "Bobby & Melinda", "Falling Flutes", "Crack" and "Inspirations". DJ Adlib's volume features an impressive roster of mic guests that includes Declaime, Planet Asia, Black Spade & Primeridian, Frank Nitt & others! It works well as a celebration of the art of timeless hip hop production, as do all of the other Hi Hat entries – but it's also a strong stand alone album. Includes "Enter", "1,2 Yo!", "Wine" feat Black Spade & Primeridian, "Burds", "Alex Harvey", "Lordamercy", "Streets" feat Planet Asia, "Bang It Out" with Frank Nitt, "Been Around The World" with Declaime and more. CD

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✨✧ Clark Terry & Bob BrookmeyerTonight ... LP
Mainstream, Mid 60s. Very Good- ... Just Sold Out!
A killer combination of talents – and one that made a few excellent records in the 60s! Bob Brookmeyer's got a cool, compressed tone – that great approach he developed on valve trombone in the 50s – and it brings a new level of sophistication to the trumpet of Clark Terry here – at a time when the player was really opening up to new ideas, and effortlessly balancing a fresh modern vibe with a swinging sense of soul! The horns work a special magic together – one that's like a more sophisticated take on the sound that Art Farmer and various trombonists could craft in the Jazztet – and rhythm is from the trio of Roger Kellaway on piano, Bill Crow on bass, and Dave Bailey on drums – the last of whom seems to remember the great energy he brought to his own records on Epic a few years before, which also featured Terry. Titles include "Sometime Ago", "Tete A Tet", "Blue China", "Hymn", "Weep", "Step Right Up", and "Blindman Blindman". LP, Vinyl record album
(White label promo.)

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Art Blakey/Modern Jazz QuartetArt Blakey's Jazz Messengers With Thelonious Monk/Blues At Carnegie Hall ... CD
Collectables, 1958/1967. Used ... $3.99
An unlikely pairing of albums, but another nice 2-fer of classic Atlantic sides. The Jazz Messengers album is a great one – and features the firey hardbop of Blakey's late 50's Messengers (with Johnny Griffin and Bill Hardman) meeting the modernist piano playing of Monk, who was really hitting his stride at this point on his own Riverside recordings. The session's an interesting one, and if it lacks the groove of the usual Blakey album, Monk more than makes up for any lack of soulfulness by throwing in some nice complicated piano lines. We still prefer Bobby Timmons to Monk with Blakey – but the album's worth having, and includes nice Monk tracks like "Evidence", "Blue Monk", "I Mean You", and "Purple Shades". The MJQ session's a live one, and features the usual tightly arranged chamber jazz approach. Tracks on that one include "Bag's Groove", "Blues Milanese", "Pyramid", and "The Cylinder". CD
(Out of print.)

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✨✧ BB KingBack In The Alley – The Classic Blues Of BB King (aka Blues Is King) ... LP
Bluesway, 1967. Very Good ... Just Sold Out!
A 60s set from Memphis bluesman BB King – but one put together with a very distinct Chicago touch as well! The set's produced by Johnny Pate, and recorded live with a vibe that's similar to King's classic recording at The Regal – but it's almost got even more of a soulful punch, thanks to backing from a cool small combo that includes Bobby Forte on tenor, Kenneth Sands on trumpet, Duke Jethro on Hammond, and Louis Satterfield on bass! BB's vocals are great – in his best early form – and the tunes are bluesy, but also smoke with a nice degree of soul – and almost some jazzy touches at times from the tenor and organ. Titles include "Don't Answer The Door", "Blind Love", "Tired Of Your Jive", "Night Life", "Buzz Me", and "Waitin On You". LP, Vinyl record album
(MCA pressing in an ABC cover, with light wear.)

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Koji Moriyama with the Tsuyoshi Yamamoto TrioNight & Day ... CD
Three Blind Mice/Craftman (Japan), 1975. New Copy ... $19.99
A real swinger of a record – one that features vocals and conga work by Koji Moriyama, with backing by the piano trio of Tsuyoshi Yamamoto! Given that Yamamoto's style is usually a bit more spare and laidback, it's nice to hear him grooving in a setting like this – as Moriyama's a hiply swinging vocalist, with a style that's clearly influenced by earlier work by Bobby Troup or Jackie Paris – never too over the top, but cool enough to swing in all the right spots! Vocals are in English, slightly accented, and titles include "For Once In My Life", "Night & Day", "The More I See You", "There'll Never Be Another You", and "Bye Bye Blackbird". CD
(Part of the Three Blind Mice Supreme Collection!)

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Nana MouskouriNana (aka Nana Mouskouri Sings) ... CD
Fontana/Universal (Japan), 1965. Used ... $24.99
Lovely English-language work from Nana Mouskouri – a set recorded with some really great arrangements from Bobby Scott, who seems to help Nana pack even more feeling than usual in her work! Scott's arrangements have some elements of jazz, but are usually more complicated overall – sensitively shading things in alongside Nana's well-crafted vocals – and really getting past some of her poppier modes of the 60s with an all-adult approach to the tunes. Strings figure into most of the backings, with almost a Scott Walker sense of depth – and titles include "Tiny Sparrow", "I Love My Man", "Johnny", "Half A Crown", "Just A Ribbon", "If You Love Me", "The Love We Never Knew",a nd "Ballinderrie". CD
(Out of print, includes obi.)

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Opposite Corner/Palle DanielssonClub Jazz 5 ... LP
SR (Sweden), 1971. Very Good+ ... $29.99
Two Swedish modern groups on one set – the Opposite Corner, with Bobo Stenson on piano and electric piano, Gunnar Fors on trumpet, Gunanr Lindgren on tenor and soprano, and Jon Christensen on drums – and the sextet of bassist Palle Danielsson, with Bobo Stenson on acoustic and electric piano, Rolan Keijser on tenor and soprano, Lennart Aaberg on tenor and flute, and both Bengt Berger and Jon Christensen on drums. LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover seams are unglued, but cover is nice.)

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Mongo SantamariaOur Man In Havana ... LP
Fantasy, 1960. Very Good ... $29.99
One of Mongo's rarest sides for Fantasy! Recorded in Cuba during Mongo's brief return to his homeland in 1960, with a much rootsier feel than any of his other albums from the time. Willie Bobo joined Mongo in Havana for the sessions, and most of the other instrumentation is percussion, with some vocals, and a bit of trumpet, flute, and piano. Includes "Manila", "He Guapacha", "Miss Patti Cha Cha", "Vamos A Gozar", "Barandanga", "Cha Cha Rock", "Linda Guajira", and "Vengan Pollos". LP, Vinyl record album
(Teal label pressing in a black & white cover.)

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✨✧ 5th DimensionStoned Soul Picnic (Japanese paper sleeve edition) ... CD
Soul City/Arista (Japan), 1968. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A great leap forward for the 5th Dimension – a record that seems to have better vocals than any of their previous efforts – a strongly soulful quality that moves past just pop, and which hits even deeper territory than before! Jimmy Webb's not in the lineup this time around, but Bones Howe is still fully in charge of the sound – producing and doing part of the arrangements, alongside help from Ray Pohlman, Bob Alcivar, and Bill Holman. Instrumentation's got a dreamy, late 60s LA mode – studio, but plenty darn groovy – thanks to performances from Hal Blaine, Larry Bunker, Tommy Tedesco, and Jimmy Rowles. Titles include the group's hit version of "Stoned Soul Picnic" – plus "California Soul", "Bobbie's Blues", "It's A Great Life", "Sweet Blindness", "Broken Wing Bird", "Good News", and "The Eleventh Song (What A Groovy Day)". CD
(Out of print, includes obi.)

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✨✧ Marcia GriffithsPlay Me Sweet & Nice (with bonus tracks) ... LP
Trojan/Be With (UK), 1974. New Copy 2LP (reissue)... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Fantastic work from Marcia Griffiths – the Jamaican singer who first rose to fame in the duo of Bob & Marcia – but who already sounds very much her own woman on this classic set from the 70s! The groove is as much funky soul as it is reggae – in fact maybe more the former than the latter – and Marcia's got this proud, righteous approach that's very different than her style of just a few years before – set to great grooves that have sharp core instrumentation with Lloyd Charmers on piano and organ, and Willie Lindo on guitar. Almost more of a female funky soul record on most cuts – with tracks that include "Here I Am Baby", "Children At Play", "I'd Rather Be Lonely", "Sweet Bitter Love", "There's No Me Without You", "Everything I Own", "Green Grasshopper", and "Gypsy Man". Also features a full album of rare bonus tracks – including "Play Me", "The First Cut Is The Deepest", "Melody Life", "Don't Let Me Down", "Band Of Gold", "I See You My Love", "It's Too Late", "Baby If You Don't Love Me", "Love Walked In", and "Working To The Top". LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Biff RoseChildren Of Light ... LP
Tetragrammaton, 1968. Very Good+ ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Tremendous work from Biff Rose – a near-lost singer-songwriter from the late 60s, barely remembered as the author of "Fill Your Heart" from David Bowie's Hunky Dory album – but an incredible talent that we'd rank right up there with Van Dyke Parks or early Randy Newman for sheer American brilliance! As in the work of Parks, there's a quality here that's completely unique – informed by the freedoms of the folk generation, but tuned with older-styled arrangements that while full, still manage to convey a sense of person and presence – as in some of the best early recordings of Leonard Cohen. And like Cohen, Rose has a really poetically-styled approach to his lyrics – far beyond the sardonic eye of folkies, or the indulgence of hippies – and infused with a sense of hope that crackles out of the tunes along with his own crackly vocals. Vocally, we'd almost link Rose to Bob Dorough for a sheer "oh what the hell I'm just gonna sing this" approach – and like Dorough, there's no silliness at all – but real sincerity where we'd never expect it, in a way that leaves us breathless. Children Of Light features spare arrangements and a bit of moog from Van Dyke Parks and Nick Woods! Tracks include "Ain't No Great Day", "Just Like A Man", "American Waltz", "Son In Moon", "Color Blind Blues", "Children Of Light", and "To Baby". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has light wear.)

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✨✧ Mitch Ryder & The Detroit WheelsBreakout ... LP
New Voice, Late 60s. Near Mint- ... Out Of Stock
Blue-eyed soul from the legendary Mitch Ryder – and pretty darn gritty at that – steeped in styles borrowed from Memphis and Muscle Shoals, and given a bit of a color-blind twist on the Detroit scene of the late 60s! Mitch clearly loves the motor city sound of the 60s, but also takes things to farther points south, too – using elements that would be right at home on Stax or Atlantic Records, and coming up with a crossover sound that had his recorded almost ending up in more soul collections over the years than rock ones! Production is by pop maestro Bob Crewe, but it's surprisingly unadorned compared to some of Crewe's other work of the time – and the album bristles with sock-soul instrumentation from the Detroit Wheels, and loud, proud vocals from Mitch. There's a bit of garaey guitars in the mix, too – making for a mighty nice hybrid of styles – and titles include "Shakin With Linda", "You Get Your Kicks", "Any Day Now", "I Need Help", "Little Latin Lupe Lu", "Walkin The Dog", "I Had It Made", and the classic "Breakout". LP, Vinyl record album
(Green label stereo pressing. Labels have some light stains. Cover has a cut corner, some edge wear, and a center split in the bottom seam.)

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✨✧ VariousDestination Moon – 50 Years – First Man On The Moon ... CD
Bear Family (Germany), Late 50s/Early 60s. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Rocket to the moon on a whole host of vintage tunes with a lunar theme – a great mix of music that runs the gamut from rocking instrumentals, to jazzy vocals, to some very cool space age pop numbers! The package is one of the most inventive we've ever seen in this nature – way different than the usual moon landing sort of compilation – as the music is very wide-ranging, and handled with the usual Bear Family label flair – a great package and a really great selection of tunes – 34 tracks that include "Rocket To The Moon" by Bob Roubian, "Rocket Ship" by Jackie Lowell, "We'll Be Dancin On The Moon" by Trade Martin, "Rocket To The Moon" by Chris Kenner, "Moon Twist" by Chuck Dallis, "Moon Rocket" by Lyn Vernon, "Race To Space" by Glenn Willings, "Rocket" by Joe Bennett & The Sparkletones, "Cape Canaveral" by Monte Meade, "Rocket Ride" by Narvel Felts, "Sky Rocket" by Lindsay Powers & His Combo, "Rockin On The Moon" by Deacon & The Rock N Rollers, "First Man To Stand On The Moon" by Buck Griffin, "The Rocket" by Jesse Stone, "Rocket To The Moon" by Lenny Welch, and "Madison Rocket" by Kid Burbank. CD

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✨✧ Tenderlonious featuring the 22 ArchestraShakedown ... CD
22A (UK), 2018. New Copy ... $13.99 14.99
We kinda want to hate the guy for such a hokey name like Tenderlonious – but this album's a surprisingly great little gem, and one that mixes lots of openly-blown work on flute with some sweet keyboards and other jazzy rhythms! The approach is maybe a bit like the Jason Lindh or Chris Hinze albums of the early 70s – and by that, we mean their better sets – with a flute approach that's less biting than the generation of Herbie Mann and Roland Kirk, using the instrument more in these spacious ways that are pretty darn great – especially against the heavy percussion and basslines of the 22Archestra! There's a few nice moments that almost have a Bobbi Humphrey sort of warmth – and titles include "Togo", "SV Interlude", "Expansions", "The Shakedown", "Yussef's Groove", "Red Sky At Night", and "You Decide". CD

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Tipica NovelSabrosa ... LP
TR, 1975. Very Good- Gatefold ... $7.99
Produced by Louie Ramirez – with cuts that include "Organizence", "Solo Fue Un Error", "Cielito Lindo", "Vamos Pa'L Monte Company", and "Juan El Bobo". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a small center split in the spine.)

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✨✧ Delaney & BonnieAccept No Substitute – The Original Delaney & Bonnie ... LP
Elektra, 1969. Near Mint- ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Southern rock meets southern soul – all in this groundbreaking set from the team of Delaney and Bonnie Bramlett! The quality quotient here is quite high – light years beyond so many later folks who tried for this territory, but then slicked it up for radio airplay – and in another world, both singers might have been just cutting gritty 45s for a colorblind local audience – had Elektra Records not given them such a great shot with this classic! The already great Bramlett core sound gets strong support here from studio stalwarts like Bobby Whitlock, Bobby Keys, and Jim Price – and Leon Russell and Rita Coolidge also lend their talents to the proceedings too – on titles that include "Get Ourselves Together", "Ghetto", "Love Me A Little Bit Longer", "Soldiers Of The Cross", "Dirty Old Man", and a great take on "Do Right Woman". LP, Vinyl record album
(Red label pressing – in great shape!)

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✨✧ VariousNorthern Soul – All-Nighter Anthems (180 gram pressing) ... LP
Warner (UK), Late 60s/Early 70s. New Copy 2LP Gatefold ... Out Of Stock
Two albums' worth of tracks that set the Northern Soul scene on fire at the end of the 60s – American rare soul from back in the day, but tunes that were appreciated even more by the British soul audience – who helped some of these tracks achieve legendary status through their all-night action on the dancefloor! The tunes here are all upbeat, and most are from the late 60s or very start of the 70s – and while most numbers are tracks that first broke big back in the day, there are others here that show the evolving ear of the Northern Soul crowd – as they continue to dig for new and obscure tracks over the decades since they initially got started. The package features 28 tracks in all – and titles include "Walking Up A One Way Street" by Willie Tee, "What's Wrong With Me Baby" by The Invitations, "Open The Door To Your Heart" by Darrell Banks, "Go For Yourself" by Larry Lester, "Break Out" by Mitch Ryder & The Detroit Wheels, "Dance Dance Dance" by The Casualeers, "Skiing In The Snow" by The Invitations, "No 1 In Your Heart" by Herbie Goins & The Night-Timers, "Some Kind Of Wonderful" by Soul Brothers Six, "You're Ready Now" by Frankie Valli, "Mean It Baby" by Carl Hall, "Bring Your Love Back To Me" by Linda Lynell, "I Just Can't Live My Life" by Linda Jones, "That's When The Tears Star" by The Blossoms, "Move On Up" by Curtis Mayfield, "Tainted Love" by Gloria Jones, "Both Ends Up Against The Middle" by Jackie Moore, "Here I Go Again" by Archie Bell & The Drells, and "Something New To Do" by Bobby Sheen. LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Terry ReidRiver (expanded limited edition) ... CD
Atlantic/Water, 1973. Used Gatefold ... Out Of Stock
One of the greatest albums ever from the oft-overlooked Terry Reid – a man who turned down an initial offer to be the lead singer of Led Zeppelin, but went on to record some great albums on his own! The album was Terry's first away from producer Mickie Most – and it's got a much more American vibe than previous efforts – with some nice rootsy touches on guitars (including steel and slide) from the great David Lindley, which really work perfectly with Reid's compellingly raspy vocals – and some slightly funky elements on the bass and drums! Willie Bobo makes a surprising appearance on the title cut "River" – which almost has a Chicano rock groove at times – and other titles include "Dean", "Avenue", "Things To Try", "Live Life", "Dream" and "Milestone". Also includes the bonus tracks "Anyway" and "Funny". CD
(Out of print.)
 
 
 



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