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Rob Clearfield & Quin KirchnerConcentric Orbits (green marbled vinyl pressing) ... LP
Astral Spirits, 2022. New Copy ... $15.99 20.00
There's definitely a sense of concentric orbits taking place here – these long-spun lines that have a nicely cyclical quality – not always as straight in terms of rhythms, but with a pulsating energy that really has both players in constellation with each other! Rob Clearfield plays piano and Quin Kirchner plays percussion – and although the music goes a bit outside at points, the tracks still have this nicely structured sensibility – blocks of sound from both players, pushing past conventional rhythmic modes, yet still finding a way to groove! The album features two side-long tracks – "Orbit 1" and "Orbit 2". LP, Vinyl record album
 
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Bobby ColePoint Of View (with bonus download) ... LP
Concentric/Perfect Toy (Germany), 1964. New Copy (reissue)... $28.99 32.99
An incredible treasure from a lost vocal jazz genius – the little-known Bobby Cole, every bit as great a singer as he was a songwriter, very unusual for the time! Bobby was probably best remembered as the house pianist at Jillys, but at the time of this 1964 recording, he was poised to emerge as a serious vocalist with a rich talent for penning interesting and witty little tunes. The album's got Bobby singing in a style that's halfway between Matt Dennis and Mark Murphy – with the sophisticated talents of both in place, and perhaps a bit of the wit of Bob Dorough or Roy Kral. The core album is completely brilliant – the kind of off-kilter vocal record we die for – and every track's a fresh original by Bobby! The original album features Bobby on piano and vocals, with only bass and drums behind him – and titles include "You Can't Build A Life On A Look", "Heat", "You Could Hear A Pin Drop", "Change Of Scene", "A Perfect Day", "Elegy For Eve", and "Status Quo". LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited edition of 500 – with download!)
Also available Point Of View (with bonus tracks) ... CD 16.99

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Bobby ColePoint Of View (with bonus tracks) ... CD
Concentric/Omnivore, 1964. New Copy ... $16.99
An incredible treasure from a lost vocal jazz genius – the little-known Bobby Cole, every bit as great a singer as he was a songwriter, very unusual for the time! Bobby was probably best remembered as the house pianist at Jillys, but at the time of this 1964 recording, he was poised to emerge as a serious vocalist with a rich talent for penning interesting and witty little tunes. The album's got Bobby singing in a style that's halfway between Matt Dennis and Mark Murphy – with the sophisticated talents of both in place, and perhaps a bit of the wit of Bob Dorough or Roy Kral. The original album features Bobby on piano and vocals, with only bass and drums behind him – and titles include "You Can't Build A Life On A Look", "Heat", "You Could Hear A Pin Drop", "Change Of Scene", "A Perfect Day", "Elegy For Eve", and "Status Quo". CD features 13 unissued bonus tracks too – different than the ones that were on the previous Japanese CD release – great titles with a similar vibe, including "Checkerboard Life", "Drink This Cup", "Never Ask The Hour", "A Toast", and "When She Was In Love With Me". CD
Also available Point Of View (with bonus download) ... LP 28.99
 
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Doug HammondNew Beginning ... CD
Blue Marge (France), 2010. Used ... $4.99
A beautiful set from drummer Doug Hammond – an artist who's probably best known for his Tribe Records sessions of the 70s, but who's reemerged strongly in recent years! The set features Hammond in solo, duo, and trio formation – working with a shifting lineup that features his own drums and sanza, mixed with bass from Reggie Washington and alto sax from Stephane Payen – all in a progression that builds nicely over the course of the entire album! Hammond's solo on the first three tracks, and does this cool vocalization along with his drums – singing soulfully in ways that really grab us, but also laidback enough to let his drum work come across as the main element of the music. The other instrumentation never dominates either, and there's a really beautiful, spiritual feel to the whole thing! Titles include "Four Our Souls", "Little Time", "Brother Ty", "New Beginning & Poem", "Spankin It", "Concentric Dream", and "For Fietz Feets". CD
(Out of print.)
 
 
 



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