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Lee WileyTouch Of The Blues ... LP
RCA, 1958. Very Good+ ... $6.99
Dark and sophisticated vocals from Lee Wiley – cut with a slightly more traditional feel than some of her other albums from the time, partly because the backings are handled by Billy Butterfield! Yet despite a slightly traddish bent, there's also a slightly modern feel too – a nice melding of modes that's very much in the best 50s RCA spirit – fresh and sultry enough to live up to the streetwise image on the cover. Arrangements are by Al Cohn and Bill Finegan, and titles include "Blues In My Heart", "The Memphis Blues", "From The Land Of Sky Blue Water", "A Hundred Years From Today", "Make Believe", "A Touch Of The Blues", and "I Don't Want To Walk Without You". LP, Vinyl record album
(Black label mono pressing with deep groove. Cover has surface wear, aging, and a split spine & top seam.)

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Lee WileyWest Of The Moon ... LP
RCA, 1956. Near Mint- ... $9.99
A great set of torchy ballads from Lee Wiley – a singer who virtually helped invent the genre on record with her classic sets for Columbia Records! This album's done a few years after those – and features backings by Ralph Burns, who brings a fair bit more sentimental moments to his work here than you might expect from some of his other more modern outings. The proceedings have a nice touch of jazz – thanks to players who include Urbie Green on trombone, Nick Travis on trumpet, and Moe Wechsler on piano – and although Lee's vocals have a slightly aging quality, that only serves to help the fragile emotions of the best numbers in the set. Titles include "You're A Sweetheart", "This Is New", "Who Can I Turn To Now?", "My Ideal", "Limehouse Blues", "I Left My Sugar Standing In The Rain", and "Keepin' Out Of Mischief Now". LP, Vinyl record album
(Early 80s Japanese pressing, RJL-2547. Includes obi and insert.)

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✨✧ Lee WileyNight In Manhattan/Sings Vincent Youmans/Sings Irving Berlin ... CD
Columbia/Collectors Choice, Early 50s. Used ... Out Of Stock
Three classic 10" albums from singer Lee Wiley – brought together here in a great package! CD
(Out of print.)

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✨✧ Lee WileySings Vincent Youmans ... CD
CBS/Sony (Japan), Early 50s. Used ... Out Of Stock
A classic set of easy going jazz vocals from Lee – part of her 10" LP "sings" series for Columbia in the early 50s. Lee's singing with spare backing from Stan Freeman and Cy Walter, and titles include "Tea For Two", "Rise N Shine", "Time On My Hands", "Why Oh Why", "Should I Be Sweet", and "More Than You Know". CD
(Out of print.)

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✨✧ Lee WileyWest Of The Moon (Japanese pressing) ... CD
RCA (Japan), 1956. Used ... Out Of Stock
A great set of torchy ballads from Lee Wiley – a singer who virtually helped invent the genre on record with her classic sets for Columbia Records! This album's done a few years after those – and features backings by Ralph Burns, who brings a fair bit more sentimental moments to his work here than you might expect from some of his other more modern outings. The proceedings have a nice touch of jazz – thanks to players who include Urbie Green on trombone, Nick Travis on trumpet, and Moe Wechsler on piano – and although Lee's vocals have a slightly aging quality, that only serves to help the fragile emotions of the best numbers in the set. Titles include "You're A Sweetheart", "This Is New", "Who Can I Turn To Now?", "My Ideal", "Limehouse Blues", "I Left My Sugar Standing In The Rain", and "Keepin' Out Of Mischief Now". CD
(1997 Japanese pressing with obi.)
Also available West Of The Moon ... LP 9.99

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✨✧ Lee WileyI Got A Right To Sing The Blues – Broadcasts & Rarities Vol 2 ... LP
Jass, 1933/1952. Near Mint- ... Out Of Stock
... LP, Vinyl record album
(Late 80s issue. Cover has light wear, a small mark from sticker removal, and some light scrapes in back.)

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✨✧ Lee WileyWest Of The Moon (Japanese pressing) ... CD
RCA (Japan), 1956. Used ... Out Of Stock
A great set of torchy ballads from Lee Wiley – a singer who virtually helped invent the genre on record with her classic sets for Columbia Records! This album's done a few years after those – and features backings by Ralph Burns, who brings a fair bit more sentimental moments to his work here than you might expect from some of his other more modern outings. The proceedings have a nice touch of jazz – thanks to players who include Urbie Green on trombone, Nick Travis on trumpet, and Moe Wechsler on piano – and although Lee's vocals have a slightly aging quality, that only serves to help the fragile emotions of the best numbers in the set. Titles include "You're A Sweetheart", "This Is New", "Who Can I Turn To Now?", "My Ideal", "Limehouse Blues", "I Left My Sugar Standing In The Rain", and "Keepin' Out Of Mischief Now". CD
(Out of print.)
Also available West Of The Moon ... LP 9.99

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✨✧ Lee Wiley & Ellis LarkinsDuologue ... CD
Storyville/Muzak (Japan), 1954. Used ... Out Of Stock
A beautiful little concept for a beautiful little album – a "duologue" in which Lee Wiley sings one track, then Ellis Larkins plays the next, and so on – making for a split LP, but one with a lot of variety along the way! Wiley sings on about two thirds of the tracks on the set – working with a small combo that features Jimmy Jones on piano, Ruby Braff on trumpet, Jo Jones on drums, and Bill Pemberton on bass – all of whom provide gentle accompaniment to Lee's traditionally styled vocals. Ellis Larkins plays piano on the rest of the tracks – solo, with that wonderful late nite style of his – an approach that's more complicated than cocktail piano, but a bit more laidback than straighter jazz. Wiley numbers include "My Heart Stood Still", "Give It Back To The Indians", "My Romance", "You Took Advantage Of Me", and "My Funny Valentine". Larkins numbers include "Perfume & Rain", "By Myself", "Looking At You", and "Then I'll Be Tired Of You". CD
(Out of print, 2007 Japanese pressing – includes obi. Sealed.)
 
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Eddie CondonTown Hall Concerts Vol 4 ... LP
Jazzology, 1944. Very Good+ 2LP Gatefold ... $7.99
Featuring Billy Butterfield, Ernie Caceres, Bob Casey, Eddie Condon, Joe Grauso, Bobby Hackett, Bob Haggart, Edmond Hall, Bill Harris, Cliff Jackson, James P Johnson, Jonah Jones, Max Kaminsky, Gene Krupa, Joe Marsala, Miff Mole, Benny Morton, Pee Wee Russell, Gene Schroeder, Willie The Lion Smith, Muggsy Spanier, Sid Weiss, and Lee Wiley. LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has light wear.)

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Eddie CondonTown Hall Concerts Vol 5 ... LP
Jazzology, 1944. Near Mint- 2LP Gatefold ... $9.99
Features Billy Butterfield, Bobby Hackett, James P Johnson, Miff Mole, Pee Wee Russell, and Muggsy Spanier – plus vocals from Lee Wiley. LP, Vinyl record album
(Early 90s issue. Cover has light wear and aging.)

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VariousGolden Age Of Peter Bogdanovich (4CD set) ... CD
El (UK), Late 40s/1950s/Early 60s. New Copy 4CD ... $26.99 40.99
The title's a strange one, and it only gets at just part of the package – as this 4CD collection is overflowing with a wealth of work that was used in cinema, much of which also had another life before showing up on soundtracks! That's definitely the case with the material on the first 2CDs – work used in the Peter Bogdanovich-directed films Paper Moon, The Last Picture Show, and At Long Last Love – a combination of classic country, 30s swing, and rare Cole Porter tunes from the 78rpm era – 54 tracks that include work by Hank Williams, Lefty Frizell, Johnny Ray, Bob Wills, Jo Stafford, Paul Whiteman, Bing Crosby, Jimmie Davis, Blue Sky Boys, Eddy Duchin, Lee Wiley, and many others! CD3 and CD4 are more "influences" of director Peter Bogdanovich – and CD3 features material from the soundtracks to Orson Welles films that include Citizen Kane, Magnificent Ambersons, Compulsion, and Touch Of Evil – plus Orson Wells On Citizen Kane, in conversation with Huw Wheldon. CD4 features the influence of director John Ford – and features soundtrack material from The Searchers, Rio Grande, and Three Godfathers. 4CDs, 122 tracks, and a heck of a lot of music! CD

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✨✧ Eddie CondonDixieland All Stars ... CD
Decca/GRP/Jazz Heritage, Mid 40s. Used ... Out Of Stock
With Jack Teagarden, Pee Wee Russell, Bobby Hackett, Bud Freeman, Max Kaminsky, and Lee Wiley. CD

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✨✧ VariousDo The Blues 45s – The Ultimate Blues 45 Collection ... CD
Think (Japan), 1960s. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A killer collection of rare blues material – and one that's pretty darn funky at times too! The set dives deep into the very underground world of the blues 45 – not the previous scene of rare 78rpm recordings that have been documented heavily for decades – but the later generation, in which more obscure artists recorded jukebox 45s for a variety of different small labels – music that often got far less circulation than the LPs at the time! These cuts were all hand-picked by a Japanese blues collector who really knows his stuff – and a good deal of this material also shows a crossover to the funky 45 scene too – no surprise, since some of these labels also issued work in that mode. We'd heard almost none of these tracks before the compilation – and together, the 20 cuts will really open your mind – and your ears – to the deeper underground of post-50s blues. Titles include "Someday Baby" by Freddy Young, "A Fool No More" by Eddie Hope & The Manish Boys, "Trap Meat" by George Smith, "It Ain't My Fault (part 1)" by Smokey Johnson, "Follow The Leader (part 1)" by Wiley Terry, "I'm Checkin Up" by Tender Slim, "Chicago Jump" by Jimmy Lee, "Shake Your Boogie" by Model T Slim, "Encourage Me Baby" by Ace Holder, and "Weekend Blues" by Monte Easter & His Band. CD
 
 
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