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Ella FitzgeraldSings The Songs From The Film – Let No Man Write My Epitaph ... LP
Verve, 1960. Near Mint- ... $18.99
Titles include "Misty", "Black Coffee", "Angel Eyes", "I Cried For You", and "Reach For Tomorrow". LP, Vinyl record album
(MGM pressing. Cover has a small cutout hole.)


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NecrophagistEpitaph ... LP
Relapse, 2004. Near Mint- ... $36.99
... LP, Vinyl record album
(180 gram vinyl, including the printed inner sleeve.)
 
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Close matches4
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Paul ChambersPaul Chambers 1935 to 1969 ... LP
Epitaph, 1950s/1960s. Very Good+ ... $8.99
Notable sidemen include Wynton Kelly, Freddy Hubbard, Yusef Lateef and Donald Byrd. LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover some wear.)

Close matches5
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RancidLet's Go (picture disc) ... LP
Epitaph/Rancid, 1994. Near Mint- ... $19.99
... LP, Vinyl record album
(Picture disc pressing from 2004. PVC outer sleeve is bent a bit at the bottom.)

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Seeing Eye GodsSeeing Eye Gods (one-sided picture disc) ... LP
Epitaph, 1985. Sealed ... $14.99
... LP, Vinyl record album
(Still in the plastic outer sleeve with seal on back, with price sticker remnants on front.)

Close matches7
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Joe Strummer & The MescalerosStreetcore (Japanese pressing with bonus tracks) ... CD
Epitaph/Hellcat (Japan), 2003. Used ... $15.99
... CD
(Out of print, includes obi.)

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✨✧ Tom WaitsAlice ... CD
Anti/Epitaph, 2002. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A strong later effort from Tom Waits – one of a pair of solid sets released on single day in the early 00s – covering the breadth of his at this point signature stylistic range. Bedraggled street poetry, charmingly hoarse ballads, bluesy laments and storytelling from a master. Titles include "Alice", "Poor Edward", "Watch Her Disappear", "We're All Mad Here", "Fish & Bird", "Barcarolle", "Fawn" and more. CD
(Still sealed, mark through barcode.)
 
Possible matches: 10
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Kenny DorhamWhistle Stop (RVG remaster edition) ... CD
Blue Note, 1961. Used ... $11.99
Maybe one of the greatest albums ever from trumpeter Kenny Dorham – a set that has him really stretching out as a musician – not just showing off that impeccable sense of tone that marked his important records of the 50s, but also coming up with new ways of phrasing, and a sometimes-unique approach to rhythm as well! The set's about as all-star as you can get for a Blue Note date of the time – and that's really saying a lot – with the mighty Hank Mobley on tenor, whose work here is as important as Dorham's – and the rock-solid rhythm trio of Kenny Drew on piano, Paul Chambers on bass, and Philly Joe Jones on drums – who perfectly echo Kenny's new sense of changes in his music. Titles include the great "Sunrise In Mexico" – a very unique tune – plus "Buffalo", "Sunset", "Windmill", "Philly Twist", and "Dorham's Epitaph". CD
(Out of print.)

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King CrimsonIn The Court Of The Crimson King (200 gram pressing) ... LP
Inner Knot, 1969. New Copy Gatefold ... $24.99
An album so heavy, it blew plenty of minds when first released at the end of the 60s! This set's the first-ever utterance from the King Crimson empire – the initial outing of the group, which featured Greg Lake on vocals, and lots of airy, darkly atmospheric guitar from the legendary Robert Fripp! The song structure is quite unusual – and the overall feel is less academically tangled than some of the later records – a feature that makes this album much more sought out by mainstream rockers looking for an intro to the group than some of the later sets. Yet having said that, there's also a pretty amazing approach here – somewhat obtuse, and definitely not looking for any radio edit hits – more just magical musings from a very unique ensemble. Peter Sinfield contributed the lyrics, which are sung by Lake – and Michael Giles handles drums and percussion, while Ian MacDonald plays flute, sax, keyboards, and more. Titles include "Moonchild", "21st Century Schizoid Man", "I Talk To The Wind", "Epitaph", and "Court Of The Crimson King". LP, Vinyl record album

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Charles MingusTown Hall Concert (Solid State) ... LP
Solid State, 1962. Near Mint- Gatefold ... $19.99
A legendary work – featuring Charles Mingus' great and chaotic Town Hall concert, one of those special events that achieved legendary status before it even started – not just because of the range of great musicians involved, but because the whole set was barely off the ground by the time it began! The set features a brilliant set of arrangements that Mingus barely copied and handed around before the show started – but that hardly stopped the music from being great, because everyone plays magnificently, especially Jerome Richardson and Charles McPherson, who was hitting a really great period here with Mingus. Tracks include "Epitaph", "Clark in the Dark", "Freedom", and "My Search". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a cut corner.)

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Nancy PriddyYou've Come This Way Before ... LP
Dot/Modern Harmonic, 1968. New Copy Gatefold (reissue)... $23.99 24.99
A tremendously beautiful album from vocalist Nancy Priddy – the kind of record that got buried in the record bins of the 60s, but which is finally getting the attention it deserves! Nancy had a career that started out in folk (she was once a member of The Bitter End Singers), but she's working here in a slightly psychedelic style that mixes the intimate with the baroque – in a way that reminds us a lot of some of our favorite work on A&M at the time, and which is masterminded here by producer Phil Ramone. Nancy's sweet vocals dance lightly around a mix of strings, woodwinds, and sometimes funky drums that give the album a much stronger kick than you might expect – a groovy little sound that's almost Sunshine Pop, but a bit deeper and more personal overall. Manny Albam provided some great arrangements to the record that sparkle and groove along with some of his better-known jazz work of the period – and in a way, the record has echoes of some of the hipper work done on the Project 3 label of the era, almost reminding us of some of our favorite tunes by Free Design. Nancy wrote all her own material on the set – another thing that makes the record sound especially fresh – and titles include "My Friend Frank", "On The Other Side Of The River", "And Who Will You Be Then", "Epitaph", "Ebony Glass", "You've Come This Way Before", and "Mystic Lady". LP, Vinyl record album
(Pressed at RTI!)

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Huey Piano SmithIt Do Me Good – The Banashak & Sansu Sessions 1966 to 1978 ... CD
Sansu/Charly (UK), Late 60s/1970s. New Copy 2 CDs ... $14.99 17.98
Think you know Huey Piano Smith? Think again – as this massively overstuffed set shows that there's plenty more to discover! Instead of Huey's over-reissued New Orleans tracks from the early years, this package brings together late 60s soul and raw 70s funk – a lesser-known side of Smith's career, and proof that he had plenty of greatness to offer well into the 70s! There's still plenty of heavy Crescent City soul at the bottom of the grooves – but Huey also really takes off in a fast flurry of new styles too – some modes that get increasingly hip on the second half of the collection, as the tunes take on plenty of wonderful 70s funk elements. As with other Charly collections, there's a huge amount of material here – a whopping 45 tracks, packaged in a book-styled cover with a very vivid booklet – and titles that include "Ballad Of A Black Man", "The Whatcha Call Em (ext version)", "Don't You Just Know It", "Funky Funky Football", "High Blood Pressure", "Coo Coo Over You", "You Ain't No Hippie", "Smile For Me", "Twowaypockaway (parts 1 & 2)", "Eight Bars Of Amen", "Epitaph Of Uncle Tom", "Bury Me Dead", "Baby You Hurt Me", "Young Blood", and "We Like Mambo". CD

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John Surman & Jack DeJohnetteAmazing Adventure Of Simon Simon ... CD
ECM (Germany), 1981. New Copy ... $10.99 11.99
John Surman's a player who always shines brightly in any sort of a duet setting – as you'll easily hear in this early 80s session cut with drummer Jack DeJohnette! The work has a slightly composed, slightly improvised feel – with Surman on soprano, baritone sax, bass clarinet, and synth – and DeJohnette on his usual drums, plus congas and a bit of electric piano. Most numbers have a relatively loose structure, but still a strongly melodic pulse overall – and Surman's ability to bring new sounds, moods, and tones to a set like this is one of the key aspects that makes the record great! Titles include "The Buccaneers", "Kentish Hunting", "The Pilgrim's Way", "Nestor's Saga", and "A Fitting Epitaph". CD

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✨✧ Ella FitzgeraldComplete Piano Duets ... CD
Verve, 1950s/1976. New Copy 2CD ... Out Of Stock
A wonderful way to hear the genius of Ella Fitzgerald at its best – as the set features all tracks that just have the first lady of jazz singing alongside a piano – spare, open, and in a way that really lets you get all all the care and nuance that Ella can bring to a tune! Most of the recordings here are from the 50s – quite unusual for the time – and they're matched with one more set of duets that Ella Recorded for Pablo Records in the 70s, at a time when she was exploring more intimate modes in a really great way. There's a host of great surprises along the way – and the set begins with 8 tracks from the album Ella Sings Gershwin, with Ellis Larkins on piano – then moves to another Decca duet with Larkins on the album Songs In A Mellow Mood. The set follows with two spare numbers from the Songbook recordings for Verve – one with Oscar Peterson on piano, one with Paul Smith. Then, Smith returns on another set of 13 tracks taken from the rare Let No Man Write My Epitaph album for Verve – then adds in a spare duet with Tommy Flanagan from the 1964 A Juan Les Pins album – before ending with the full set list from the wonderful Ella & Oscar album from 1976 – 7 more duets with Oscar Peterson on piano. CD

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✨✧ Kris KristoffersonSilver Tongued Devil & I ... LP
Monument, 1970. Very Good ... Out Of Stock
Kris's second album for Monument with some of his best ever songcraft, delivered in that charismatic laidback drawl – it's perfect song after perfect song on this one! One of the most adaptable songwriting heavies of his time, Kris's own recordings always showed just how much of his own soul and spirit are in them, with a laconic charm even when strings, piano and backing vocals elevate the the arrangements a bit – and this one's got some his best ever. Includes the title track, "Jody And The Kid", "Billy Dee", "Good Christian Soldier", "Loving Her Was Easier", "The Taker", "When I Loved Her", "The Pilgrim-Chapter 33" and "Epitaph (Black And Blue)". LP, Vinyl record album
(Includes the printed inner sleeve.)

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✨✧ Archie SheppBlack Gypsy ... LP
Prestige, 1969. Near Mint- ... Out Of Stock
An incredible collective of musicians – all recording here under the mighty leadership of Archie Shepp! The feel of the session is a highly collaborative one – far more so than even Shepp's other Paris work for the BYG/Actuel label – as a richly varied lineup that includes Leroy Jenkins, Sonny Murray, Clifford Thornton, Noah Howard, and Dave Burrell come into play with Shepp's work on soprano sax, and some additional work by bluesmen Chicago Beau and Julio Finn. Finn plays some airy harmonica lines next to spare viola from Jenkins – setting a spacious mood for the album's two longer tracks as the rest of the players come into the mix to fill things out in a mode that builds with rhythmic intensity. The album features the tracks "Black Gypsy" and "Epitaph Of A Small Winner" – plus the shorter modal number "Pitchin Can". LP, Vinyl record album
(Green label pressing. Cover has some ring & edge wear, small splits in the spine, and a cutout notch.)

Possible matches18
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✨✧ Kenny DorhamWhistle Stop ... CD
Blue Note (Japan), 1961. Used ... Out Of Stock
Maybe one of the greatest albums ever from trumpeter Kenny Dorham – a set that has him really stretching out as a musician – not just showing off that impeccable sense of tone that marked his important records of the 50s, but also coming up with new ways of phrasing, and a sometimes-unique approach to rhythm as well! The set's about as all-star as you can get for a Blue Note date of the time – and that's really saying a lot – with the mighty Hank Mobley on tenor, whose work here is as important as Dorham's – and the rock-solid rhythm trio of Kenny Drew on piano, Paul Chambers on bass, and Philly Joe Jones on drums – who perfectly echo Kenny's new sense of changes in his music. Titles include the great "Sunrise In Mexico" – a very unique tune – plus "Buffalo", "Sunset", "Windmill", "Philly Twist", and "Dorham's Epitaph". CD
(Out of print, includes obi. SHMCD pressing.)
Also available Whistle Stop (RVG remaster edition) ... CD 11.99
 
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WilliamsonPiano Concerto No 2/Concerto For 2 Pianos & Strings/Epitaphs For Edith Sitwell – Pryor/Zaliouk/English Chamber Orchestra ... LP
EMI (UK), Early 70s. Near Mint- Gatefold ... $7.99
... LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a small gloss bubble at the top right corner and a small sticker on back.)
 
 
 



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