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✨✧ Free YouthWe Can Move (original, Drymbago 2019 inst) ... 12-inch
Soundway (UK), 1985. New Copy (pic cover)... Out Of Stock
Supposedly one of the first-ever hip hop tracks from Ghana – but a groove that fits in nicely with some of the other 80s rhythms from that scene! The vocals are sung at first, then served up in a sing-song vibe that recalls earlier South Bronx party modes – romping along the old school rhythm, but with a groove that's much fresher and very different than anything you'd find on Sugarhill! The 2019 mix is instrumental, with lots of very cool keyboards ringing out over the rhythms and horns! 12-inch, Vinyl record
 
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Phil WoodsPhil Woods & The Japanese Rhythm Machine Live In Tokyo ... LP
RCA (Japan), 1975. Very Good ... $19.99
Key proof that Phil Woods kept on growing tremendously well into the 70s – pushing way past the Bird-inspired sound of his youth, into a whole new space of expression on alto sax! Woods is working here on a rare non-US date with his Japanese Rhythm Machine group – an acoustic trio that features Hideo Ichikawa on piano, Mitsuaki Furuno on bass, and George Otsuka on drums – really taking off on long tracks that build tremendously from his well-crafted and imaginative solo work! The leadoff track is a great reading of Chick Corea's "Windows", and in a way the record reminds us a bit of Stan Getz's work with Chick Corea – a setting in which an older player is set free from previous expectations to really open up an re-develop his sound! Other titles include "Doxy", "Spring Can Really Hang You Up The Most", "Johnny Hodges", and "Speak Low". LP, Vinyl record album
(70s Japanese pressing. Vinyl has some light oxidation, and plays with a touch of crackling in quieter spots.)

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VariousCool Aid Benefit Album – Deluxe Edition ... LP
Light In The Attic/Lion, Early 70s. New Copy 2LP Gatefold (reissue)... $6.99
A wonderful snapshot of the late 60s/early 70s underground rock scene in Vancouver! The original album was put together as a benefit for the Cool Aid House – a shelter for homeless youth in Vancouver, and no doubt a haven for hippie culture at the time. The album was and is a vital document of the scene – touching on the freedom-seeking vibe of the time in the lyricism, but free of hippie rock cliche –it's great stuff! Sunny and loose harmonies, deft acoustic and electric instrumentation, creative and inviting music from Spring, Route Nine, Mock Duck, Papa Bear's Medicine Show, Black Snake, Mock Duck and others. Includes "Girl Of The Night Suite" by Route Nine, "The Reason" and "Catfish" by Black Snake, "Do Re Me" by Mock Duck, "Gardens And Flowers" by Hydro Electric Streetcar and more. This beautiful joint effort reissue from Light In The Attic and Lion includes a bonus second LP of material! 9 on LP2: "Borrowed Song" by Mock Duck, "Wordplay" by Spring, "Carousel" by Black Snake, "The Planet Man" by Greydon Moore and Leo Jung and more. LP, Vinyl record album
(Numbered limited edition of 1000.)

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✨✧ Lee KonitzAlone Together – With Brad Mehldau & Charlie Haden (180 gram pressing) ... LP
Blue Note, 1997. New Copy 2LP (reissue)... Out Of Stock
A brilliant later set from Lee Konitz – recorded for Blue Note, after many years of Lee's mighty talents being ignored by US labels! Konitz first rose up as a modernist in the postwar years, recorded important records for Atlantic, Verve, Prestige, and other labels – then mostly gave his gifts to the overseas market during the 70s, and especially the 80s. Yet during that time, he grew tremendously as a player – something that's almost hard to imagine given the genius of his youth – and received this excellent showcase courtesy of bassist Charlie Haden, who co-produced with Lee, and plays in the trio alongside pianist Brad Mehldau. The format is open and fluid – never too free, but with that exploratory vibe that Konitz and the rest of the Tristano school opened up in the 50s. Titles include nice long takes on "Alone Together", "The Song Is You", "You Stepped Out Of A Dream", "What Is This Thing Called Love", and "Round Midnight". LP, Vinyl record album
 
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Jon-MarkSally Free & Easy ... CD
Decca/RPM (UK), Mid 60s. New Copy ... $6.99 13.99
Ear-opening work from Jon-Mark – best known as half of the Mark-Almond band with Johnny Almond, but here working as a solo act on his own – in a spare folksy mode that's right up there with some of the best on the Brit folk scene of the 60s! Jon's guitar playing alone is worth the price of admission – at a level that rivals that of Bert Jansch, John Renbourn, or some of the others of the new generation that have gotten more fame over the decades – and he's also a hell of a singer, with a voice that's at once ancient and youthful, maybe more tuned towards some older themes than Dylan politics, but also with a grooviness that echoes a bit of Donovan too. Apart from two tracks here that were issued as a single, all the other material has never been released – making the whole thing a huge discovery, finally given its due. Titles include "Blues For Hobbits", "Paris Bells", "Sally Free & Easy", "Portland Town", "The Vulture", "Love From Afar", "Gotta Make The Future Bright", "The First Time", "Black Girl", "North Country Fair", and "Once I Loved A Girl". CD

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✨✧ Chet Baker & Russ FreemanComplete Pacific Jazz Studio Recordings Of Chet Baker & Russ Freeman (4LP box set) ... LP
Mosaic, Early 50s. Near Mint- 4LP Box Set ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
The trumpet of Chet Baker was hard pressed to find a better accompanist than the piano of Russ Freeman – and the pair made some incredible recordings during Baker's early years at Pacific Jazz. This lovely set by Mosaic brings together all of the recordings cut during the time, and although it includes a reasonable number of alternate takes, the bulk of the set is totally tight, totally together master recordings that show Baker in all his youthful power. There's a total of 4LPs in all, and the set's packaged with a booklet that provides good notes on the material. Tracks include "Imagination", "Russ Job", "Bea's Flat", "Love Nest", "Fan Tan", "Say When", "Lush Life", "Amblin", "The Thrill Is Gone (vocal)", and "But Not For Me". LP, Vinyl record album
(Includes the booklet. Box is in great shape too!)

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✨✧ Gary BurtonGary Burton Quartet In Concert ... LP
RCA, 1968. Very Good+ ... $9.99
Groundbreaking work on vibes by Gary Burton – recorded in a setting that's live and open, yet quite groovy too! There's a rhythmic freeness that marks the set from the very first note – lessons learned from the generation of Ornette, yet taken in new direction – and definitely into new colors and tones – thanks to Burton's amazingly chromatic vibes, and the vivid guitar of Larry Coryell – not to mention the unusual rhythms from Steve Swallow on bass and Bob Moses on drums. These youthful players push the envelope even more than on some of Burton's other RCA albums of the time – going for a groove that's much more open and abstract, and which puts Coryell's guitar in a role that's as important as Burton's vibes in the set. Titles include "Wrong Is Right", "Walter L", "Lines", "The Sunset Bell", and "Blue Comedy". LP, Vinyl record album
(Black label stereo pressing with deep groove. Cover has some wear and a bit of marker on back.)

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Ernest HoodNeighborhoods ... LP
Freedom To Spend/Rvng Intl, 1975. New Copy 2LP (reissue)... $23.99
A strange little record from Ernest Hood – a project that he bills as "musical cinematography" – which is maybe a good way to start in thinking about the album! The set was conceived in the 70s as a nod back towards the years of Ernest's youth – and it's an unusual blend of electronic elements, warmer piano lines, and some slightly sentimental currents – all heard through a weird lens that's like a vision of the 40s through the 70s, but given the very particular bend of Hood's experience! The set is instrumental, but there are some sound effects and other snippets of recordings used throughout – and the record's one that maybe has stronger ties to the creative Japanese electronic world of the late 70s, than it does to the American underground from which it emerged. Titles include "After School", "The Secret Place", "From The Bluff", "Night Games", "At The Store", and "Saturday Morning Doze". LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ VariousCan You Feel The Funk ... CD
Soul Patrol (France), Early 70s. Used ... Just Sold Out!
Funky madness all over the place! This tasty set from Soul Patrol is one of their most solid collections of funky 45s in years – and it's got a slightly different bent than usual, going for a tight bass-heavy groove that reminds us of early Kool & The Gang, and which has a great little old school sound! As always, the cuts are super-rare – not the kind you'd find easily, either on original wax or reissues – and titles include "Scorpio" by Kashmere Stage Band, "I Just Want To Be" by Robbie Hill's Family Affair, "Slapping Some Soul Upon Me" by Little Jimmy Edwards, "Party Time" by Brown Sugar Band, "Can You Feel The Funk" by Mixed Emotions, "Psychedelic Hot Pants" by York Wilburn & The Psychedelic Six, "My Mind Set Me Free" by House Guests, "It's A Rat Race" by The Leaders, "Sling Shot" by The Second Thought, and "Jazz OD" by Musicians From The Supper Program For Youthful Musicians. CD version contains 2 more tracks than the vinyl version – by Lito Orquesta and Robbie Hill – both issued on vinyl by Soul Patrol on a 7" single! CD

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✨✧ Hadaka No Rallizes aka Les Rallizes DenudesYodo Go A Go Go (Flightless Bird Needs Water Wings) ... CD
10th Avenue Freeze Out, Late 60s/Early 70s. Used ... Out Of Stock
Heady work from this hip Japanese group – a group who work in a very fuzzy, spaced out sort of sound! There's a fair bit of distortion on most numbers here – used on the vocals in ways that almost remind us of Suicide, and on the guitars in ways that make them ring out in a wide wall of sound that would have made early Sonic Youth proud! This set's a bit short on notes, but it collects some of the best late 60s/early 70s moments from the group – a total of 8 long tracks that include "Flames Of Ice", "Smokin Cigarette Blues", "Enter The Mirror", "Valle De L'Eau", and "Otherwise My Conviction". CD
(Out of print.)

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✨✧ Ernest HoodNeighborhoods ... CD
Freedom To Spend/Rvng Intl, 1975. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A strange little record from Ernest Hood – a project that he bills as "musical cinematography" – which is maybe a good way to start in thinking about the album! The set was conceived in the 70s as a nod back towards the years of Ernest's youth – and it's an unusual blend of electronic elements, warmer piano lines, and some slightly sentimental currents – all heard through a weird lens that's like a vision of the 40s through the 70s, but given the very particular bend of Hood's experience! The set is instrumental, but there are some sound effects and other snippets of recordings used throughout – and the record's one that maybe has stronger ties to the creative Japanese electronic world of the late 70s, than it does to the American underground from which it emerged. Titles include "After School", "The Secret Place", "From The Bluff", "Night Games", "At The Store", and "Saturday Morning Doze". CD
Also available Neighborhoods ... LP 23.99

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✨✧ Wayne Shorter5 Original Albums (Night Dreamer/Soothsayer/Etcetera/Adam's Apple/Schizophrenia) (5CD set) ... CD
Blue Note (Germany), Mid 60s. New Copy 5CD ... Out Of Stock
Five very different albums from the great Wayne Shorter – all from a time when he was really taking off with his music! Night Dreamer is one of the greatest Wayne Shorter albums for Blue Note, and one of our favorite jazz albums ever! The record is a masterpiece of lyrical delight – soul jazz mixed with slight touches of experimentalism – but still warm, swinging, and personal enough to captivate even the most novice jazz listener. A players are at the top of their game – and in addition to Shorter's tenor, the group features Lee Morgan on trumpet, McCoy Tyner on piano, Reggie Workman on bass, and Elvin Jones on drums. The tracks unfold in lyrical, modal beauty in a really wonderful way that was barely ever duplicated again – and titles include "Night Dreamer", "Oriental Folk Song", "Virgo", "Charcoal Blues", "Armageddon", and "Black Nile". Soothsayer is a great Wayne Shorter session from the mid 60s – recorded then, but not issued until 1979, for some incredibly unexplained reason – especially given the strength of the set! The group is distinctly modern, and features Freddie Hubbard on trumpet, James Spaulding on alto, and McCoy Tyner on piano – all of who were committed to heavily pushing the boundaries of their playing at the time. Added to the mix is the youthful Tony Williams on drums, fresh from work with Miles Davis, and playing with an incredibly free hand on the kit – plus the great Ron Carter on bass. The resulting mix of tracks is a beautiful example of how these mid-60s Blue Note sessions could keep firmly in touch with modern developments in jazz, yet never lapse into the kind of sloppiness that could sometimes ruin sets like these on other labels – always with a keen sense of timing and rhythm, and a sharpness that made Blue Note's "new" newer-sounding than most. Titles include "Lost", "Angola", "The Big Push", and an amazing jazz take on Sibelius' "Valse Triste"! Etcetera has a very sharp-edged quartet sound – a bit modern and edgey at times, with sharp tenor lines from Shorter, piano from Herbie Hancock, bass from Cecil McBee, and drums from Joe Chambers. Wayne recorded the date in 1965, but the material wasn't issued by Blue Note until 15 years later – a delay that somehow made the whole thing even more of a gem, especially at a time when Shorter wasn't blowing this strongly on record. Tracks include four originals "Toy Tune", "Penelope", "Etcetera", and "Barracudas" – plus the Gil Evans number "Barracudas (General Assembly)". Adams Apple is an incredible album – one of our favorite Blue Notes ever! Despite the fact that the album's a spare quartet session, the record is one of Wayne Shorter's richest – and features his gutsy young tenor soloing insanely with a rhythmically intense combo that includes Herbie Hancock on piano, Reggie Workman on bass, and Joe Chambers on drums – a wonderfully free-thinking rhythm trio! Workman's bass is especially strong, and it underpins the cuts with a throbbing pulse that takes them past any simple hardbop conventions. Every cut's a winner – and this is one album we reach for time and time again over the years! Titles include "Adam's Apple", "El Gaucho", "Footprints", and "Teru". Schizophrenia is a session from the late 60s that has Wayne Shorter pushing into a searching, spiritual groove, but one that's still filled with all the taught electricity of his earlier recordings on Blue Note! Shorter's accompanied by youthful modernists like James Spaulding on alto, Herbie Hancock on piano, Ron Carter on bass, and Joe Chambers on drums – plus the mighty Curtis Fuller on trombone, whose instrument here proves to be the same key extra ingredient that it was on the best Art Blakey sextet sessions of the 60s. There's a tight, soulful feel here that's sublime – an Adams Apple sort of groove, but a bit fuller – and titles include the classic "Tom Thumb", plus "Playground", "Schizoprhenia", "Kryptonite", "Miyako", and "Go". CD

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✨✧ Mr GreenLast Of The Classic Beats ... LP
Live From The Streets, 2019. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Mr Green concludes his series of underground Classic Beats instrumentals sets with a great one – narrated by no less as a legendary hip hip figure then Kool Herc! While the series began with the straightforward ideal of serving as potential backdrops for rhymers to freestyle or build rhymes around, Green's beats are solid enough on a standalone basis and this is pretty solid high note to rap up the series on. Includes "Better Future", "No Disrespect", "Youth", "It's A We Thing", "Technology", "My Guitar", "Tanto Blade", "Brass Tax", "Throw Ya Hands Up" and "Happiness" – and the LP concludes with a handful of classic 90s era drum breaks! 15 tracks in all. LP, Vinyl record album

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Nat BirchallSounds Almighty ... LP
Tradition Disc (UK), 2018. New Copy ... $32.99
A very different album than usual from the great tenorist Nat Birchall – a set that's no less soulful than his other records, but in a completely different way! The album's a collaboration with producer Al Breadwinner – and has this approach that feels like a lost Jamaican instrumental session from the start of the 70s – as if Nat's playing the role of saxophonist Tommy McCook over some nicely laidback Kingston-styled rhythms! Birchall solos on tenor on most tracks, but also blows a bit of melodica too – and even handles a bit of organ and percussion too – all swept up in a dubby mix handled by Breadwinner, who contributes drums, guitars, and keyboards. There's a bit of trumpet and trombone on the set too, plus baritone sax from Stally – and the quality of the record is excellent, every bit up to the range of the Jamaican legends listed as inspiration on the cover – a lineup that includes McCook, Lee Perry, Augustus Pablo, and Cedric Brooks. Titles include "In The Hills", "Ancient Wisdom", "Youth Iron Rock", "Freedom Style", "Amlak Dub", "Hail Don D Jr", and "Igziabeher". LP, Vinyl record album
(Released by Birchall himself – and limited to 200 copies!)
Also available Sounds Almighty (with bonus tracks) ... CD 15.99

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Nat BirchallSounds Almighty (with bonus tracks) ... CD
Tradition Disc (UK), 2018. New Copy ... $15.99
A very different album than usual from the great tenorist Nat Birchall – a set that's no less soulful than his other records, but in a completely different way! The album's a collaboration with producer Al Breadwinner – and has this approach that feels like a lost Jamaican instrumental session from the start of the 70s – as if Nat's playing the role of saxophonist Tommy McCook over some nicely laidback Kingston-styled rhythms! Birchall solos on tenor on most tracks, but also blows a bit of melodica too – and even handles a bit of organ and percussion too – all swept up in a dubby mix handled by Breadwinner, who contributes drums, guitars, and keyboards. There's a bit of trumpet and trombone on the set too, plus baritone sax from Stally – and the quality of the record is excellent, every bit up to the range of the Jamaican legends listed as inspiration on the cover – a lineup that includes McCook, Lee Perry, Augustus Pablo, and Cedric Brooks. Titles include "In The Hills", "Ancient Wisdom", "Youth Iron Rock", "Freedom Style", "Amlak Dub", "Hail Don D Jr", and "Igziabeher". Includes bonus tracks "Iron Rock Dub" and "Igziabeher Dub". CD
Also available Sounds Almighty ... LP 32.99

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Glenn BrancaAscension ... LP
99 Records, Early 80s. Near Mint- ... $24.99
A masterpiece of new music for guitar from the legendary Glenn Branca – a set that both draws on all the minimal experiments on the New York scene of the 70s, and the big wave of underground music at the end of the decade! Branca effortlessly fuses the rock and compositional communities here – working with Lee Ranaldo of Sonic Youth, and artist Ned Sublette – in a fierce set of tunes that blend four guitars, electric bass, and drums – all with an instrumental frenzy that matches some of the best early jams from Sonic Youth. Branca's approach is less freeform, but has very much the same intensity – and titles include "Lesson No 2", "Structure", "The Ascension", and "Spectacular Commodity". LP, Vinyl record album
(Recent reissue on Superior Viaduct.)

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Grant GreenTalkin' About ... CD
Blue Note, 1964. Used ... $16.99
One of the great ones! Grant Green meets up with a youthful Larry Young, and the two of them are backed by Elvin Jones on drums, for a free-flowing, modally grooving set of organ/guitar cuts that are among some of the best-ever recorded for Blue Note. The album's a stunning mix of soul jazz and modernist sensibilites, and Green and Young are in top top form. It's also one of the toughest to find on Blue Note, and we hardly ever see it on wax! Cuts include "Talkin' About J.C.", "Luny Tune", and "You Don't Know What Love Is". CD
(Out of print.)

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Matthew HalsallSending My Love (with bonus track) ... LP
Gondwana (UK), 2008. New Copy 2LP ... $24.99
A really incredible album – a set that's filled with far more soul and feeling than you might guess from the youthful image on the cover! Matthew Halsall's a pretty young player, but his sound here is really amazing – not just on his own trumpet solos, but on the overall feel of the album – which is beautifully composed, and put together with a sense of spirit that takes us back to Strata East at its most sophisticated in the 70s! There's a really beautiful balance here – ambition in the writing that recalls other UK efforts from The Heritage Orchestra or Nostalgia 77 Octet – but an execution that's much leaner overall, deeply personal lines played by a relatively small combo – quintet formation on all numbers, featuring Halsall's trumpet alongside great reedwork on soprano sax, flute, alto, and tenor – supported by soaring rhythms on piano, bass, and drums – all handled with the majesty of an early 70s McCoy Tyner album, or some of the other great modally-inspired work of the American post-Coltrane generation. Tremendous stuff throughout – a record that held us rapt from start to finish – with 5 original compositions that include "On The Other Side Of The World", "Reflections", "Freedom Song", "Sending My Love", and "Sachi". LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Matthew HalsallSending My Love (with bonus track) ... CD
Gondwana (UK), 2008. New Copy ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A really incredible album – a set that's filled with far more soul and feeling than you might guess from the youthful image on the cover! Matthew Halsall's a pretty young player, but his sound here is really amazing – not just on his own trumpet solos, but on the overall feel of the album – which is beautifully composed, and put together with a sense of spirit that takes us back to Strata East at its most sophisticated in the 70s! There's a really beautiful balance here – ambition in the writing that recalls other UK efforts from The Heritage Orchestra or Nostalgia 77 Octet – but an execution that's much leaner overall, deeply personal lines played by a relatively small combo – quintet formation on all numbers, featuring Halsall's trumpet alongside great reedwork on soprano sax, flute, alto, and tenor – supported by soaring rhythms on piano, bass, and drums – all handled with the majesty of an early 70s McCoy Tyner album, or some of the other great modally-inspired work of the American post-Coltrane generation. Tremendous stuff throughout – a record that held us rapt from start to finish – with 5 original compositions that include "On The Other Side Of The World", "Reflections", "Freedom Song", "Sending My Love", and "Sachi". CD
Also available Sending My Love (with bonus track) ... LP 24.99

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✨✧ Jimmy SmithJimmy Smith At The Organ – The Incredible Jimmy Smith Vol 2 ... LP
Blue Note, 1957. Very Good ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Wonderful early stuff from Jimmy Smith! The album is one of two great sessions that capture Smith in all his youthful prime, playing with other Blue Note greats like Art Blakey, Kenny Burrell, and Lou Donaldson – and nicely constructed tracks that take standard tunes and open them up into a whomping good soul jazz groove, thanks to Jimmy's monster organ playing. The solos are pretty free and gosh darn creative – and titles on this volume include "Plum Nellie", "Billie's Bounce", "The Duel", and "Buns A Plenty". LP, Vinyl record album
(Mono pressing, with New York label on Side 1, 63rd Street label on Side 2, deep groove on both sides, with RVG etch and ear. Cover has light surface wear, with a bit of pen and a small peeled spot on back.)

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✨✧ VariousMr Scruff Presents Keep It Solid Steel Vol 1 ... CD
Ninja Tune, 2005. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A pretty great mix of material assembed and spun by Mr Scruff – one that spans classic dub, instrumental beat craft, deep funk, classic and contemporary soul, indie hip hop and beyond! The groove is unpretentious and crafty – really a seamless blend of some disparate material! The set runs over an hour, and includes the tracks "Waterhouse Rock (Groove Corporation mix)" by Big Youth, "Time Machine" by Chocolate Milk, "Going Way Back" by Just Ice, "Back In The Day" by Erykah Badu, "My Kung Fu" by UTD, "Ego Trippin'" by Ultramagnetic MCs, "Carrefour" by Luis Enriqez, "Bounce Ta This" by Showbiz & AG, "Check It" by Lords Of The Underground, "Detchibe" by Prefuse 73, "You've Got To Have Freedom" by Pharoah Sanders and much more! CD
(Out of print.)

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✨✧ Jimmy SmithJimmy Smith At The Organ – The Incredible Jimmy Smith Vol 2 (Japanese paper sleeve edition) ... CD
Blue Note (Japan), 1957. Used ... Out Of Stock
Wonderful early work from Jimmy Smith! The album is one of two great sessions that capture Smith in all his youthful prime, playing with other Blue Note greats like Art Blakey, Kenny Burrell, and Lou Donaldson – and nicely constructed tracks that take standard tunes and open them up into a whomping good soul jazz groove, thanks to Jimmy's monster organ playing. The solos are pretty free and gosh darn creative – and titles on this volume include "Plum Nellie", "Billie's Bounce", "The Duel", and "Buns A Plenty". CD
(Out of print. Includes obi – and still sealed!)

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✨✧ VariousRoots Of Chicha – Psychedelic Cumbias From Peru ... LP
Barbes, Late 60s. New Copy 2LP ... Out Of Stock
A cool little compilation that's as groovy as you might guess from the title – and one that finally brings to light the lesser-known genre of chica – an odd fusion of cumbia rhythms with more psychedelic-styled instrumentation on farfisa, organ, and guitar! The core grooves remind us a bit of familiar cumbia, but the overall presentation is often a bit more rough-edged and almost garagey at times – a youthful interpretation of the genre that's pretty free with its approach to the music – and which often uses cool electronic touches and weird production techniques to create some really great sounds! Many tracks feature vocals, but the emphasis here seems mostly on the instrumentation – and titles include "Sonido Amazonico" by Los Mirlos, "Carinito" by Los Hijos Del Sol, "A Patricia" by Los Destellos, "Ya Se Ha Muerto Mi Abuelo" by Juaneco Y Su Combo, "La Danza De Los Mirlos" by Los Mirlos, ", "Linda Munequita" by Los Hijos Del Sol, and "Linda Nena" by Juaneco Y Su Combo. LP, Vinyl record album
 
 
 



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