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LaraajiSun Piano ... LP
All Saints, 2020. New Copy ... $23.99 24.99
A really beautiful album from Laraaji, and a record that's a bit of a change too – as Laraaji not only plays just acoustic piano, but he also does so in a way that's different than some of his longer, more freer-sounding meditative work of the past! The instrument is recorded in the space of a Brooklyn church, with a wonderfully resonant sound – and Laraaji is improvising throughout, but on these beautiful short tunes that are full of melody and life – still every bit as mesmerizing and transporting as his other records, but in a very different way! Titles include "Lifting Me", "Sunny Day Horse", "Hold On To The Vision", "Flow Joy", "Moods & Emotions", "Embracing Timeless", "Temple Of New Light", and "This Too Shall Pass". LP, Vinyl record album
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LaraajiVision Songs ... CD
Numero, 1984. New Copy ... $7.99 14.98
Music of a very different style than some of Laraaji's other work – more tuneful and song-based – with shorter tracks that show a whole different side of his talents! Laraaji's gotten great acclaim for his homespun spiritual sounds – long tracks that first found a home in Brian Eno's Ambient series, then came out on a variety of self-released records, and have even seen a big new revival in recent years. But the music here is a mixture of echoey vocals and rhythm patterns – songs that almost feel like special prayers of motivation and uplift – a karmic legacy stripped down more for an 80s generation, but still filled with a rich amount of spirit! The man's a surprisingly strong singer, with a trippy quality that really fits his lyrics – and almost gives some of the songs a late 60s sort of LA underground vibe. Titles include "Is This Clear", "Hare Jaya Jaya Rama", "Great Bells", "Laws Of Manifestation", "Cosmic Joe", "We Shall Be Lifted", and "I Can Only Bliss Out". CD
 
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Turn On The Sunlight (Carlos Nino & Friends)Warm Waves ... CD
Astrollage (Japan), 2020. New Copy ... $28.99
A beautiful record that continues the long legacy of spiritual, meditative sounds we've heard from Carlos Nino over the years – and, like most of his recent work, a set that almost seems to define a genre unto itself! The record is a bit hard to peg – as there's definitely some of the older spiritual jazz currents that Nino was first known for – but the delivery is mellower, and warmer – in the manner of the title – kind of building slowly and organically, with organ and guitar from Jesse Peterson, who co-produced the set – plus work on piano, voice, and saxes. The legendary Laraaji joins the group on one track – and the spirit of the album isn't far from his music either – and titles include "Wander The Open Sky", "Warm Waves", "Passing Rain", "Closer Still", and "Looking For A Waterfall" – plus Japanese bonus tracks "Passing Rain (feetturningindampsoil rmx)" and "Passing Rain (elemental beat mix)". CD

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✨✧ Periodical NumericalPeriodical Numerical Vol 2 – The New Age Issue ... Magazine
Numero, 2019. New Copy ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A special issue of Numero Group's magazine – one that focuses on the new age underground of the 70s and 80s! The issue doesn't look at the big hits on Windham Hill and other labels – and instead, moves into a deeper space of guys who were really committed to their spirits as much as their sounds – and often continued with a legacy that stretched well into recent years too. The issue has articles on Laraaji, Alex Johnson, Iasos, David Casper, and Jordan De La Sierra – some of whom you might recognize from Numero reissues – and the whole thing is put together in a format that resembles some of the bigger, better booklets that come with Numero Group compilations. Magazine
 
 
 



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