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Ides Of MarchCommon Bond ... LP
Warner, 1971. Near Mint- ... $6.99
A great second set from Ides Of March – proof that the jazz rock combo had a lot more going on than just their famous single! The sextet hailed from the same scene as early Chicago (Chicago, of course!) – and have here a sound that shares plenty of the jazzy flourishes of that better-known group – blasting trumpet lines that soar, dip, and turn alongside the more uptempo tunes, and shade in the mellower ones. But there's also a more personal approach to this set overall, one that comes from the rough vocals of James Michael Peterik and some of the surprisingly heartfelt lyrics to a few of the album's best tunes – not entirely the height of early 70s singer/songwriter material, but also not that far either. Titles include the funky "Superman", plus "LA Goodbye", "Mrs Grayson's Farm", "Friends Of Feeling", "We Are Pillows", "Freedom Sweet", and "Tie Dye Princess", an extended number that runs for over 11 minutes. LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a cut corner.)

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Ides Of MarchMidnight Oil ... LP
RCA, 1973. Near Mint- ... $5.99
A post-Warner set from Jim Peterik and the Ides Of March – with titles that include "Hot Water", "Do What You've A Mind To", "Quicksilver", "Ride The Music", "Lay Back", "Roadie Ode", and "Heavy On The Country". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has light wear and a cutout notch.)
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✨✧ VariousFrom Burbank To The Bay Area – Barrio Breaks, East Bay Grease, Folk Funk & More From The Vaults Of Atlantic, Reprise, & Warner Bros 1967-75 ... CD
WEA (UK), Late 60s/Early 70s. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
One of the coolest little sets of funky grooves we've seen from a major label in a long time – but considering that most of the work comes from the hipper early years of the Warner/Reprise label, the quality is no surprise at all! The set focuses on the genre-blending work coming out of both LA and San Francisco at the cusp of the 70s – a time when barriers were really breaking down for fresh, young groups – and a variety of music exploded onto the scene with little regard for previous categories and classifications! The tunes here might mostly be called work from the "rock" side of the spectrum – but all the groups involved have clearly been listening to a lot of funk, soul, and Latin – and a few of the artists on the set charted equally on both sides of the musical fence at the time. There's some really great numbers on the set that have lain buried for years in full length AOR sets and underground FM classics – and the overall presentation of the material is really great, with some well-done notes that fully illustrate the depth of the work. Titles include "Hold On I'm Coming" by Fred Ramirez, "Tuane" by Hammer, "Oye Mama (45 edit)" by Malo, "Valdez In The Country" by Cold Blood, "Flute Thing (45 edit)" by Seatrain, "Only So Much Oil In The Ground" by Tower Of Power, "Vehicle" by Ides of March, "Girl Of The Seasons" by Bamboo, "Moondance" by Show Of Hands, "Ebony Jam" by Tower Of Power, "In The Name Of Love" by Kenny Rankin, "Love'll Get You High" by Jo Mama, and "Cosmic Sea" by Mystic Moods. CD
(Out of print.)
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Cassandra WilsonBelly Of The Sun ... CD
Blue Note, 2002. Used ... $4.99
A laidback, and almost rootsy effort from Cassandra Wilson – recorded with small combo backing, and still handled in the sweetly swinging style of her other Blue Note work – but also with some folksy touches that create a more intimate feel on the record than you might think. Of course, part of the reason for that is that a few of the tunes on the set are classic blues numbers – handled by Wilson in an updated style that has kind of a fake authentic quality to it. We still prefer her on the smoother jazzier sides of the set – like the album's great remake of Jobim's "Waters Of March", or the mellow tune "Only A Dream In Rio". Other tracks include "Road So Clear", "Hot Tamales", "Show Me A Love", 'Drunk A Cooter Brown", "Wichita Lineman", "The Weight", and "Justice". CD
(Out of print, mark through barcode & promotional stamp on CD.)

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✨✧ Albert AylerLive In Saint Paul De Vence France 27th July 1970 (grey colored vinyl) ... LP
BB, 1970. Sealed ... $49.99
Fantastic late work from Ayler! The record is one of the last he ever recorded – and it's a no-nonsense live set, without any of the silly influences of some of his late Impulse sides. Most of the material features Ayler blowing long free solos, with a tightness and directness missing from mid 60s sessions. Cal Cobbs is on piano, Steve Tintweiss is on bass, and Allen Blairman is on drums. Titles include a very soulful version of "Music Is The Healing Force Of The Universe" – plus "Truth Is Marching", "Universal Message", and "Spiritual Reunion". LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited edition of 500, still sealed in the clear printed sleeve, with a center split in the bottom seam.)

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✨✧ William BellNever Like This Before – The Complete 'Blue' Stax Singles 1961 to 1968 ... CD
Stax/Kent (UK), Mid 60s. New Copy ... $14.99 22.99
William Bell was one of the first great soul singers to record for the legendary Stax Records in Memphis – an artist who really helped set the tone for deep soul singles to come from the likes of Otis Redding and Johnnie Taylor – and one whose early work is still some of the best he ever gave us! This well-done package brings together all of Bell's first 14 singles for the label, both a-sides and b-sides – standing together as a testament to all the greatness the singer brought to the fray right from the start – as Stax not only found a way to record him so much differently than he would have been handled in other spots, but also matured along with Bell to keep on creating fresh magic as the 60s moved on! As always with Ace/Kent, the presentation is wonderful – a detailed set of notes that matches the wonderful set list – which includes "Formula Of Love", "Just As I Thought", "Whatcha Gonna Do", "I Told You So", "Don't Stop Now", "Crying All By Myself", "I'll Show You", "Monkeying Around", "Ain't Got No Girl", "Every Man Oughta Have A Woman", "Never Like This Before", "Marching Off To War", "Soldier's Goodbye", "One Plus One", "Eloise", "You're Such A Sweet Thing", "Don't Make Something Out Of Nothing", and his great farewell to Otis Redding, "Tribute To A King". CD

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Boyd RaeburnBoyd Meets Stravinsky ... CD
Savoy/Atlantic, Early 50s. Used ... $6.99
You may not know the name of Boyd Raeburn – but you'll certainly recognize the great players on this album, a hip set that includes Dizzy Gillespie, Hal McKusick, Lucky Thompson, Serge Chaloff, and Oscar Pettiford. Raeburn was a modernist swinger – in a mode that was a bit like some of the work that McKusick was laying down during the mid 50s, but with traces of the postwar work of Stan Kenton, and maybe a hint of the straight side of Raymond Scott. The tracks on this set are some of the finest sides he ever cut – and they sparkle with imagination and modernist zeal, yet never fail to swing hard and tight. Titles include "March Of The Boyds", "Boyd's Nest", "Boyd Meets Stravinsky", "Dalvatore Sally", and "Interlude (Night In Tunisia)". Plus, this CD features rare tracks not on the original LP – "Hep Boyd's" and "Rip Van Winkle". CD
(Out of print.)

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