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Geoffrey Downes & The New Dance OrchestraBridge ... CD
Isol Discus Organization (Japan), 2006. Used ... $1.99 14.99
... CD
(Out of print, 2008 SHM-CD pressing.)

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Mark EganTell Me A Bed Time Story – The Big Apple Super Session Vol 1 ... CD
Isol Discus Organization (Japan), 2007. Used ... $24.99
Mark Egan on bass, Lew Soloff on trumpet, Lionel Loueke on guitar, Eriko Akiya on piano and keyboards, and Danny Gottlieb and Joel Rosenblatt on drums. CD
(Out of print, includes obi.)

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✨✧ Tony OxleyTony Oxley – Unreleased 1974 to 2016 ... CD
Discus (UK), 1974/1981/2016. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Three unreleased slices of work from the legendary Tony Oxley – a British drummer who's had an impact on his scene's music for decades – and also an artist who can handle a whole lot of other musical sources as well! The set begins with some very seminal sounds from Oxley – music from 1974 with a quintet that features Barry Guy on acoustic and electric bass, Dave Holdsworth on trumpet and effects, Howard Riley on piano, and Paul Rutherford on trombone – all giants from the key years of the Brit free jazz scene – working here with Oxley on drums, electronics, and effects – on titles that include "The Embrace", "Ensemble 1", and "Ensemble 2". Next is a long piece from 1981, titled "Frame" – with Oxley on drums, electronics, and even violin – next to Hugh Metcalfe on guitar and cymbals, Howard Riley on piano, Phil Wachsmann on violin and electronics, and the mighty Larry Stabbins on saxes! The final piece is "Combination" from 2016, and is spare, but equally striking – Oxley on electronics, working next to the percussion of Stefan Hoelker – almost evoking an older electro-acoustic style. CD

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✨✧ Meloche/Archer/Robair/HodnettSincerity Of Light ... CD
Discus (UK), 2018. Used ... Out Of Stock
Chris Meloche on electronics and guitar, Martin Archer on electronics and woodwind, Gino Robair on electronics and percussion, and Lyn Hodnett on voice. CD
 
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Damu The FudgemunkDamu The Fudgemunk's 20 Favorite Sample Flips ... LP
Redefinition, 2017. New Copy ... Just Sold Out!
One-take, all vinyl, favorite funky sample flips by Damu The Fudgemunk for Ego Trip! Essentially a private press mix companion piece to an Ego Trip feature with Damu in which he discussed favorite sample craft – none of which is essential info for enjoyment, as it stands plenty strong on its own, mixing well known and lesser known sample-heavy hip hop and funk – and runs nearly an hour in length. LP, Vinyl record album

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Antonio Carlos JobimAntonio Carlos Jobim Songbook Vol 2 ... CD
Lumiar (Brazil), 1996. Used ... $11.99
The second volume in this great Brazilian 5 CD set of Jobim material, performed by some of the artists who felt the biggest impact of the music! There's 15 more exclusive recordings on this volume, and titles include "Chansong" by Os Cariocas, "Brigas Nunca Mais" by Joyce, "Voce Vai Ver" by Emilio Santiago, "So Saudade" by Leny Andrade, "As Praias Desertas" by Nana Cayammi, "Discussao" by Wanda Sa & Roberto Menescal, "Vivo Sonhando" by Pery Ribeiro, and "Saudade Do Brasil" by Nelson Ayres. CD
(Out of print.)

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✨✧ Sweet Charles (aka Charles Sherell)For Sweet People From Sweet Charles ... CD
People/Universal (Japan), 1974. New Copy ... $13.99 16.99
A supremely fantastic album, and one that's always woefully overlooked in discussions of James Brown's incredible People label! Sweet Charles, Charles Sherell, was a great lost soul vocalist who had a voice that was warm and mellow, with a sweetness that was often missing from James' singing – but which sounded great with his arrangements and production. Fred Wesley and Dave Matthews arranged this one and only album, and the record's a great blend of sweet soul tracks, funky numbers, and other stellar grooves. There's a killer version of "Soul Man", that begins with a very tasty break; the monster "Yes, It's You", which has a sweetly sliding intro that's ripe for sampling; the righteous political "Why Can't I Be Treated Like A Man" – and lots of other nice ones too! CD

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Wolf VostellDe-coll/age Musik ... LP
Multhipla/Soave (Italy), 1982. New Copy Gatefold (reissue)... $19.99
A collection of work drawn from decades of creations by Wolf Vostell – a founding member of Fluxus and one of the more radical musicians of the 60s – although crucially ignored in wider discussions of creative music! Vostell works here in ways that illustrate his "de-collage" concept – a reversal of musical collages taking place in other realms of the avant garde, with subtraction as the driving feature over combination. And yet at a sonic level, these creations still have a resonance with some of the tape experiments and musique concrete of Vostell's generation – especially in his sense of texture – but that also may just be a coincidence, as may of these recordings feel like they're coming from live sources – as illustrated by the cover art images of broken glass, a field of vacuum cleaners, a guitar attached to a car door, and other unusual images! LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Ornette ColemanOrnette! ... LP
Atlantic, Early 60s. Very Good ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A stunning session by Ornette, and one that always seems to get overlooked in discussions of his albums for Atlantic! His quartet here features the amazing Scott LaFaro on bass, and a young Ed Blackwell on drums – both of whom give the tracks an amazing pulse that brings new energy out of Ornette and Don Cherry's solos – working in a modal groove that's as catchy as it is modern! All tracks are named after initials of titles of books by Sigmund Freud, including "T & T" (Totem & Taboo), "C&D"(Civilization and Discontent), "W.R.U.", and "R.P.D.D.". LP, Vinyl record album
(Red and purple label pressing, with AT etch – nice and clean overall. Cover has light wear and a light name on front and back – hardly visible on front.)

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✨✧ Joao Gilberto & Antonio Carlos JobimGilberto & Jobim ... LP
Capitol, Early 60s. Very Good+ ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Given that Capitol had recently linked up with the ever-growing EMI corporation in the early 60s, it was able to take advantage of the global catalog of the music giant, and managed to dip pretty heavily into the Brazilian Odeon catalog of tunes to cash in on the American popularity of bossa nova. This album was one of their bigger imports, and it features material originally recorded in Brazil, with Gilberto up front, backed by arrangements by Jobim. This is the classic material that made Gilberto's fame in the early days – and titles include "Doralice", "O Pato", "Discussao", "Outra Vez", and "Corcovado". LP, Vinyl record album
(Rainbow label stereo pressing. Cover has center splits in the top and bottom seams, a name in marker and a bit of aging on the back.)

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✨✧ Maggot BrainMaggot Brain – Issue #8 (March, April, May 2022) ... Magazine
Maggot Brain/Third Man, 2022. New Copy ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Maybe the most visual issue of Maggot Brain to date – as the issue features a look at the music photography of Michael Lavine, rare images of Pavement from Gail Butensky, and the wonderful artwork of Mingering Mike! Heck, there's even a review of Irreversible Entanglements that's filled with great photos of the group – but don't worry, as there's plenty of text too – including a discussion of prog rock with the great Matt Berry, a look at Philly guitarists Rosali Middleman and Emily Robb, and the diary of legendary hobo Bill Aspinwall! Plenty more too – including a great tape section, the Visuaels collective, Lea Bertucci, the band Cindy, and 75 Dollar Bill. Magazine

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✨✧ Charles MingusCharles Mingus (Prestige 2LP) ... LP
Prestige, Mid 50s. Sealed 2LP Gatefold ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
An excellent double LP that brings together a stellar selection of Charles Mingus' best Debut Records sides from the early 50s – most of which are very hard to find on wax these days! This is the material that gave birth to the legend that would flower on Atlantic and Columbia Records a few years later – and Charles already shows his genius for picking players – working here with Mal Waldron on piano, Eddie Bert on trombone, Max Roach on drums, and Willie Jones on alto! The package has great notes, too – and titles include "Haitian Fight Song", "All the Things You Can C Sharp", "Percussion Discussion", "Work Song", "Ladybird", "Love Chant", "Jump Monk", "Septemberly", "A Foggy Day", and "Love Chant". LP, Vinyl record album
(Sealed 70s pressing!)

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✨✧ Charles MingusMingus At The Bohemia ... CD
Debut/OJC, 1955. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Seminal early work from Charles Mingus – a session that really shows him beginning to work in tightly arranged, deeply resonant styles – pushing much more deeply towards the brilliance of the late 50s! The set's recorded with a great lineup that includes Mal Waldron, Max Roach, and the enigmatic George Barrow on tenor – and includes a fantastic reading of "Percussion Discussion", played here by Roach and Mingus as a drum and bass duet (as opposed to Roach solo, as on a later version.) Also features the brilliant "All The Things You C-Sharp", a pivotal track in the Mingus book, and one of our favorites ever by him – plus "Septemberly", "Work Song", and "Jump Monk". CD includes two bonus tracks ; alternate takes of "Jump Monk" & "All The Things You C-Sharp". CD
(Sealed.)

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✨✧ VariousAfrica Boogaloo – The Latinization Of West Africa ... CD
Honest Jons (UK), 1950s/1960s/1970s. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A long-overdue collection of work – one that really gets at the unusual appearance of Latin rhythms on the African scene of the postwar years! Latin sounds from Africa are nothing new, but they're one of those things that's always taken for granted, too – kind of assumed in most discussions of the rhythms from the 60s onward, but never explained as fully as might be needed! Given the already-great grooves going down on the continent for generations, it's surprising that African musicians might pick up styles from Cuba and the Caribbean – yet due to the vagaries of global cultural circulation, that's exactly what happened – and the music has never been the same ever since. This really well-done package offers up a range of tracks from the 50s through the 70s – showing some of the earliest African extrapolations of Latin styles – clearly enforcing the "Afro" in Afro-Cuban rhythms – then moving onto some later grooves that offer up some funkier styles too. The work's a bridge between the ethnographic sets on Honest Jons, and some of the tighter grooves you might find on a Soul Jazz collection – a wonderful blend of music, packaged beautifully too. Titles include "A Moins Que Namikosa" by Orchestra OK Jazz, "Rampa Rampa" by Orchestre Yaya Mas, "Quiero Wapacha" by Charles Lembe, "Ven Y Ven Y Ven" by Orchestre OK Jazz, "Vamos A Bailar" by Rio Band, "Guantanamo" by Laba Sosseh, "On Verra Ca" by Orchestre Baobab, "Mi Guajeo" by Orchestre N'Guewel, "N'Niyo" by Amara Toure, "Il N'Est Jamais Trop Tard" by Pierre Tchana & Orchestre Poly Rhythmo, "Africa Boogaloo" by Le Grande Kalle with Don Gonzalo & Manu Dibango, and "Adigbedoto" by Gnonnas Pedro. CD

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✨✧ VariousAfrica Boogaloo – The Latinization Of West Africa ... LP
Honest Jons (UK), 1950s/1960s/1970s. New Copy 2LP Gatefold ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A long-overdue collection of work – one that really gets at the unusual appearance of Latin rhythms on the African scene of the postwar years! Latin sounds from Africa are nothing new, but they're one of those things that's always taken for granted, too – kind of assumed in most discussions of the rhythms from the 60s onward, but never explained as fully as might be needed! Given the already-great grooves going down on the continent for generations, it's surprising that African musicians might pick up styles from Cuba and the Caribbean – yet due to the vagaries of global cultural circulation, that's exactly what happened – and the music has never been the same ever since. This really well-done package offers up a range of tracks from the 50s through the 70s – showing some of the earliest African extrapolations of Latin styles – clearly enforcing the "Afro" in Afro-Cuban rhythms – then moving onto some later grooves that offer up some funkier styles too. The work's a bridge between the ethnographic sets on Honest Jons, and some of the tighter grooves you might find on a Soul Jazz collection – a wonderful blend of music, packaged beautifully too. Titles include "A Moins Que Namikosa" by Orchestra OK Jazz, "Rampa Rampa" by Orchestre Yaya Mas, "Quiero Wapacha" by Charles Lembe, "Ven Y Ven Y Ven" by Orchestre OK Jazz, "Vamos A Bailar" by Rio Band, "Guantanamo" by Laba Sosseh, "On Verra Ca" by Orchestre Baobab, "Mi Guajeo" by Orchestre N'Guewel, "N'Niyo" by Amara Toure, "Il N'Est Jamais Trop Tard" by Pierre Tchana & Orchestre Poly Rhythmo, "Africa Boogaloo" by Le Grande Kalle with Don Gonzalo & Manu Dibango, and "Adigbedoto" by Gnonnas Pedro. LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ VariousFree At The German Jazz Festival 1966 ... CD
Be! (Germany), 1966. Used 2CD ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
The title certainly gets it right – as the set's an amazing early document of free jazz on the German scene – featuring stunning performances from a number of key artists who went on to even greater fame in years to come! The depth of this material is wonderful – really unbridled, open performances that may well even beat some of the later work by some of the musicians involved – brought together here with a new sense of freedom, and all the amazing possibilities of jazz. The performances include "Voices", "Roots & Collage", and "Rhythm Change" by a quintet led by trumpeter Manfred Schoff, with Gerd Dudek on tenor, Alexander Von Schlippenbach on piano, Buschi Niebergall on bass, and Jaki Liebezeit (of later Can fame) on drums – a truly amazing group! Next is a very long improvisation – "Tape 1" – by pianist Wolfgang Dauner, in a trio with Eberhard Weber on bass. Vibist Gunter Hampel is next – also playing bass clarinet and flute during the six minute "Renonciation", which also features Nat Lee Elstake on trumpet and Pierre Courbois on drums. A trio featuring Peter Brotzmann on baritone and alto, Peter Kowald on bass, and Pierre Courbois on drums blows hard and heavy on "Intensity" and "Variability". Saxophonist Joe Viera works with a quartet that features Robbie Krieger on piano and a young Manfred Eichler on bass – on "Salute To Roland Kirk", "River Thames", and "Ambigious Discussion". And bassist Dick Van Der Capellen works with flute player Chris Hinze and drummer Cees See – on "Peace". CD

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✨✧ Andrzej KorzynskiPossession ... LP
Finders Keepers (UK), 1981. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Amazing sounds from Polish composer Andrzej Korzynski – penned for a legendary horror film from the early 80s! The movie goes way beyond typical grit and gore – with a surreal bent that's made it the stuff of much discussion over the years – and Korzynski's music definitely lives up to the spirit of the images on the screen – mixing 80s electronics with offbeat strings, odd percussion, and other compelling bits – often used in very short songs that shift often throughout the course of the album – easily making the record one of the most playful we've ever heard from Finders Keepers – yet also one of the darkest too! A few sweet keyboard melodies offset some of the spookiness in a nice way – and titles include "Helen Has Green Eyes", "Opetanie 1", "The Night The Screaming Stops", "Blue Ford B AZ6", "Heinrick's Demise", "Mark Looks In The Fridge", "What Is It", and "Closely Observed Anna". LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Sweet Charles (aka Charles Sherell)For Sweet People From Sweet Charles ... LP
People/Universal (Japan), 1974. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A supremely fantastic album, and one that's always woefully overlooked in discussions of James Brown's incredible People label! Sweet Charles, Charles Sherell, was a great lost soul vocalist who had a voice that was warm and mellow, with a sweetness that was often missing from James' singing – but which sounded great with his arrangements and production. Fred Wesley and Dave Matthews arranged this one and only album, and the record's a great blend of sweet soul tracks, funky numbers, and other stellar grooves. There's a killer version of "Soul Man", that begins with a very tasty break; the monster "Yes, It's You", which has a sweetly sliding intro that's ripe for sampling; the righteous political "Why Can't I Be Treated Like A Man" – and lots of other nice ones too! LP, Vinyl record album
(Part of the Free Soul anniversary series from Japan!)
Also available For Sweet People From Sweet Charles ... CD 13.99

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✨✧ Sylvia TellesAmor De Gente Moca – Musicas De Antonio Carlos Jobim ... CD
Imperial/Universal (Japan), 1959. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A beautiful early showcase of the compositions of Antonio Carlos Jobim – and one of the best late 50s albums from the lovely Sylvia Telles! The album's got a wonderfully gentle feel – one that's a far cry from some of the more emotive female vocal work that had come from Brazil in the 50s – and although the sound isn't fully bossa nova, it's certainly a strong precursor of the genre – arranged by Maestro Gaya with orchestrations that are as floating and dreamy as the lyrics of the tunes! Sylvia's vocals haunt the tunes in a beautifully, echoey way – as strings, vibes, and piano slip in and out to widen up the sound – and titles include"Fotografia", "Janelas Abertas", "De Voce Eu Gosto", "Discussao", "Sem Voce", and "Canta Canta Mais". CD

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✨✧ VariousBossa Do Morro ... CD
Man/Universal (Germany), 2008. Used ... Out Of Stock
A killer update on the sound of the bossa – one that takes older Brazilian recordings, and updates them with a bit of a baile funk bottom! The approach is still gentle enough to preserve the sensitive sound of the 60s originals – but rhythmic enough to appeal to anyone digging the contemporary baile funk groove – thanks to turntable work, added basslines, electronics, and some gritty beats pulled from the streets! Things never get too over the top, and the balance here is really beautiful – one we hardly would have expected to come off this well, although the album is a co-production of the Man Records team, who've brought us other great Brazilian work in the past. Titles include "Sambura (DJ Amazing Clay baile funk rmx)" by Luiz Bonfa & Maria Toledo, "Discussao (DJ Bolao & MC Gringo rmx)" by Sylvia Telles, "Berimbau (DJ Nazz & Ernani Maldonado funk mix)" by Rosinha De Valenca, "Desafinato (DJ Nazz & Erani Madonado rmx)" by Joao Gilberto, "Macumba (DJ Dinho & DJ Fu rmx)" by Rubens Bassini & Chico Batera, "Agua De Beber (DJ Edgar rmx)" by Tom Jobim, "Embolada (DJ Dinho & DJ Fu rmx)" by Luiz Bonfa, "Barquinho (DJ Marrentinho rmx)" by Fernanda Meirelles, and "Insensatez (DJ Edgar rmx)" by Klaus Doldinger. CD
 
 
 



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