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Jazz DefendersScheming ... CD
Haggis (UK), 2019. New Copy ... $13.99
The first we've ever heard from the Jazz Defenders – but a record that makes it feel like the group has been together for years – as the songs explode with all sorts of fresh ideas and individual voices – all while the whole thing stays in strongly soulful, swinging territory! The tunes are all originals – and the group's led by keyboardist Greg Cooper, who plays organ, piano, and Wurlitzer – in a lineup that also features Nick Malcolm on trumpet and Nicholas Dover on saxes – players who clearly understand an older legacy of soulful jazz from the Prestige/Blue Note side of the spectrum, but who also don't just go for a slavish recreation of that style! Instead, there's lots of interesting rhythmic interplay at the bottom of the tunes, which seems to set the horns and piano in bright new directions – on titles that include "Late", "Hawkeye Jorge", "Costa Del Lol", "Scheming", "Brown Down", and "Top Down Tourism". CD

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Jazz DefendersScheming ... LP
Haggis (UK), 2019. New Copy ... Just Sold Out!
The first we've ever heard from the Jazz Defenders – but a record that makes it feel like the group has been together for years – as the songs explode with all sorts of fresh ideas and individual voices – all while the whole thing stays in strongly soulful, swinging territory! The tunes are all originals – and the group's led by keyboardist Greg Cooper, who plays organ, piano, and Wurlitzer – in a lineup that also features Nick Malcolm on trumpet and Nicholas Dover on saxes – players who clearly understand an older legacy of soulful jazz from the Prestige/Blue Note side of the spectrum, but who also don't just go for a slavish recreation of that style! Instead, there's lots of interesting rhythmic interplay at the bottom of the tunes, which seems to set the horns and piano in bright new directions – on titles that include "Late", "Hawkeye Jorge", "Costa Del Lol", "Scheming", "Brown Down", and "Top Down Tourism". LP, Vinyl record album
Also available Scheming ... CD 13.99

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✨✧ PlaceboPlacebo Live 1971 (180 gram pressing) ... LP
We Release Jazz (Switzerland), 1971. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A never-issued live set by one of the coolest European funk bands of the 70s – the legendary Placebo – not the current group, but a vintage ensemble that features wicked work on Fender Rhodes from the mighty Marc Moulin! The 1971 date of the set places it before the combo's famous albums in the studio – and in addition to plenty of open, flowing keyboard lines from Moulin, there's also a more spiritual sound from the group as well – more jazz than funk, but never in a too-jamming way – as the whole thing retains that strong sense of space and timing that's always made Placebo so different than some of their contemporaries! There's great fluegelhorn from Richard Rousselet, soprano sax from Alex Scorier, bass clarinet from Johnny Dover, drums from Freddy Rottier, and massive basslines from Nick Kletchkovsky – which really keep things moving over the course of the album-length "Showbiz Suite" – a cool track with lots of great changes! LP, Vinyl record album
(Half speed mastered!)

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✨✧ VariousHillbillies In Hell Vol 9 – Country Music's Tormented Testament 1952 to 1974 ... LP
Omni/Iron Mountain Analog Research (Australia), 1950s/1960s/Early 70s. New Copy Gatefold ... Out Of Stock
Seems like those hillbillies are always heading to hell – and that always means great music for us! The set's a perfect summation of the way that country music walks the line between saints and sinners, prayer and pleasure – and the songs here are all themes of damnation – sometimes little narratives that tell the story of a choice that can't be taken back, sometimes thoughts of regret for paths taken, and sometimes just pleas for others to find their way back to the fold! The set list is every bit as great as the previous volumes, and filled with some real heavy-hitters that are just killer country, no matter what the theme – with tunes that include "The First Mrs Jones" by Porter Wagoner, "Ghost Of A Honky Tonk Slave" by Tex Williams, "The Memories Are Restless Tonight" by Eddie Noack, "World Planets" by Art Pettibone, "Saturday Satan Sunday Saint" by Ernest Tubb, "Down From Dover" by Dolly Parton, "Dark Moon" by Bonnie Guitar, "Goodbye World Goodbye" by Sunshine Boys Quartet, "Satan Lied To Me" by The Louvin Brothers, and "Please Don't Go Topless Mother" by Troy Hess – which might be worth the price of the collection alone! LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited edition!)
 
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✨✧ VariousTransparent Days – West Coast Nuggets (clear vinyl) ... LP
Rhino, Late 60s. New Copy 2LP Gatefold ... Out Of Stock
One of the grooviest Nuggets compilations we've seen in years – full of west coast pop psych gems circa '67 & '68 for the most part – with deep cuts by legends and some real obscurities, too! Includes some great tunes by beloved scenesters of the time like West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band, Peanut Butter Conspiracy, Electric Prunes and Love, and many more from lesser remembered and rarely (if ever!) compiled groups, too. Great stuff by The Motleys, The Dovers, The Front Line, The Association, Teh Ceyleib People, The Glass Family, The Ballroom, Tandyn Almer, Limey & The Yanks, The Tikis and more. 30 tracks on 2LPs! "Transparent Day" by West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band, "I Could Be Happy" by The Dovers, "My Race Is Run" by The Motleys, "Here's Today" by The Rose Garden, "Make It Easy" by The Collectors, "Where You Gonna Go" by Art Guy, "Pandora's Golden Heebie Jeebies" by The Association, "Degeneration Gap (short version)" by Tandy Almer, "Baby Please Don't Go" by The Ballroom, "Come Alive" by Things To Come, "Shadows" by Electric Prunes, "Your Mind & We Belong Together" by Love and more. LP, Vinyl record album
(Part of the Rhino Summer Of Love series – on clear vinyl!)
 
 
 



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