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CybotronColossus (purple splatter vinyl pressing) ... LP
Champagne/Dual Planet (Australia), 1978. New Copy (reissue)... $26.99 29.99
Spacey sounds from Cybotron – not the early Detroit techno pioneers, but the lesser-known Aussie group of the 70s! This Cybotron have a style that's a leaner take on prog modes of the early 70s – a trio approach that mixes heavy drums with work from two different keyboardists, who handle organ, piano, mellotron, Arp, and plenty of other keys – while also throwing in a bit of processed sax into the mix! The whole thing makes for a nicely moody groove – almost the energy of some of the more jamming power trios of the European scene, mixed with the keyboard-heavy sound of groups like Tangerine Dream – served up here on four long tracks that include "Medusa", "Colossus", "Eclipse", and "Raga In Asia Minor" – the last of which has a very cool global sort of vibe! LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Otis Spann with Fleetwood MacBiggest Thing Since Colossus ... LP
Blue Horizon, 1969. New Copy (reissue)... Just Sold Out!
A really great moment in the spotlight for the legendary Chicago bluesman Otis Spann – an artist who often appeared on records by bigger talents of his generation, but didn't always get to shine this brightly on his own! The album's a very reverent session that has Spann's piano and vocals in the lead, with spare backing from the first incarnation of Fleetwood Mac – a setting that really lets Peter Green show off the bluesiest side of his guitar work, and maybe in a different way than some of the group's albums. And despite any blues-rock fears you might have, the album's a definite blues outing all the way through – and maybe one of the most vibrant that Spann ever recorded. Titles include "My Love Depends On You", "Someday Baby", "I Need Some Air", "She Needs Some Loving", and "No More Dogging". LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Sonny RollinsSaxophone Colossus (20 bit mastering) ... CD
Prestige, 1956. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Quite possibly THE greatest Sonny Rollins album of the early years – or at least the one that has received the most accolades over the years! The record is a brilliant batch of quartet tracks that reinvents bop through Sonny's complicated, yet seemingly automatic solos – an excellent showcase for his razor-sharp talents for improvisation and invention, played with effortless ease, yet still one of the great bar-setting performances of 50s jazz. The group features Tommy Flanagan, Max Roach, and Doug Watkins – and tunes include an original reading of the perennial Rollins' standard "St. Thomas", plus a great version of "Moritat (Mack The Knife)", and the cuts "Strode Rode" and "Blue 7". CD
(Out of print, includes slipcase.)

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✨✧ Otis Spann with Fleetwod MacBiggest Thing Since Colossus (UK cover) ... LP
Blue Horizon (UK), 1969. Very Good+ ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A really great moment in the spotlight for the legendary Chicago bluesman Otis Spann – an artist who often appeared on records by bigger talents of his generation, but didn't always get to shine this brightly on his own! The album's a very reverent session that has Spann's piano and vocals in the lead, with spare backing from the first incarnation of Fleetwood Mac – a setting that really lets Peter Green show off the bluesiest side of his guitar work, and maybe in a different way than some of the group's albums. And despite any blues-rock fears you might have, the album's a definite blues outing all the way through – and maybe one of the most vibrant that Spann ever recorded. Titles include "My Love Depends On You", "Someday Baby", "I Need Some Air", "She Needs Some Loving", and "No More Dogging". LP, Vinyl record album
(Vintage Canadian pressing, on Columbia, 360 sound label.)
 
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FestivalsBaby Show It/Take Your Time ... 7-inch
Colossus, Early 70s. Near Mint- ... $7.99
These guys are great – a sublime harmony combo with a sound that's always a treat, and which makes digging up their singles always worth while! Both sides on here are wonderful – sung perfectly, and arranged by Johnny Pate with a slight lilt that really hits a sweet Chicago groove, keeping things nice and fresh, and allowing the vocals some great play! 7-inch, Vinyl record
(In a Colossus sleeve.)
 
 
 



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