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✨✧ Meridian BrothersDonde Estas Maria ... CD
Soundway (UK), 2017. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
The Meridian Brothers have been making music for quite a few years now – and with each new release, they seem to open up another fresh corner of southern hemisphere sounds, and continue to find a way to weave them together into something quite fresh and unique! Few other folks could navigate a territory this rich, and not get lost in the forest – and The Meridians manage to change rhythms strongly with each new track, utilize both ancient elements and contemporary production, and even, this time around, occasionally reach for some larger arrangements that only seem to give their music an even loftier vibe than before! Most tracks have vocals in Spanish, and instrumentation that speaks in a lot more languages – and titles include "No Me Traciones", "Donde Estas Maria", "Entra El Ritmo Antillano", "El No Esta Muerto", "Cumbia Eres La Cumbia", "Como Estoy En Los Sesenta", and "Yo Soy Tu Padre Yo Te Fabrique". CD

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✨✧ Meridian Arts EnsembleSmart Went Crazy ... CD
Channel Crossings (Netherlands), 1993. Used ... Out Of Stock
... CD
(Out of print.)
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NazzNazz Nazz ... LP
SGC, 1969. Near Mint- ... $39.99
The second full album from Nazz – a set that has Todd Rundgren extending even more dominance over the group through his original songs and arrangements – and, we're willing to guess, a fair bit of production work too – even though that's credited here to the entire band! Rundgren's still not singing lead vocals on most of the tunes, so they've got that slighty more psychedelic feel the group put forth on their debut – but the guitars here have also stepped back a bit, and many of the best tracks have that more fragile, more personal feel that we've always loved in Todd's solo work – even if some of the themes are still a bit varied. Titles include "Hang On Paul", "Rain Rider", "Gonna Cry Today", "Featherbedding Lover", "Kiddie Boy", "Forget All About It", "Not Wrong Long", and "Meridian Leeward". LP, Vinyl record album
(Red vinyl Rhino pressing. Cover has a cut corner and light wear.)

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WireIssue 441 – November (with bonus CD) ... Magazine
Wire, 2020. New Copy ... $10.99
William Basinski looks a bit like Iggy Pop on the cover – but if you know the man and his music, you'll know that he's something else entirely – and if you don't, you'll find out plenty in the big cover feature within! The issue also has articles on the new Homeboy Sandman album, the work of German improviser Limpe Fuchs, Japanese percussionist Tatsuhisa Yamamoto, and trumpeter Steph Richards – plus Thomas Fehlmann and Gudrun Gut on the Invisible Jukebox, and lots more little features too! Plus, as always, The Wire is filled with reviews of music that goes way past the mainstream – and also comes with a bonus CD of new underground music too – with cuts by Meridian Brothers, Summer Of Seventeen, Snowdrops, Lawrence Lui, Brett Naucke, Lucas Brode, Beverly Glenn Copeland, and others. Magazine
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✨✧ June Of 44Tropics & Meridians (blue vinyl pressing) (2020 Record Store Day Release) ... LP
Quarterstick, 1996. New Copy (reissue)... Out Of Stock
... LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited edition on "Glacial" blue vinyl – plus download!)

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✨✧ Juba CollectiveJuba Collective ... CD
Premonition, 2002. Used ... Out Of Stock
The long-awaited house-oriented project from Chicago jazzman Kahil El'Zabar – a righteous fusion of Afro-centric jazz and dance, and a vision he's been expressing for years! El'Zabar first experimented with mixing jazz and house way back in the late 80s – and his efforts at the time, although unrecorded, sent ripples around the world, and even had a strong effect on the birth of Acid Jazz in the London scene (Kahil was actually referenced as a godfather in one of the first compilations of work on the Acid Jazz label!) Unfortunately, it almost seems like the idea's waited too long to happen – as the past decade or so has seen countless other expressions of this idea – so much so that El'Zabar's ideas seem a bit dated by now, and don't really match music of this nature coming out of Paris, London, and Tokyo over the past few years. Still, it is nice to finally see an album of this music from Kahil – and it's interesting to hear Chicago players like Ari Brown and Fareed Haque in this context. The record features work by Primeridian as well – and titles include "Return Of The Lost Tribe", "Papa's Bounce", "Where Do You Want To Go", "Ornette", "Venus", and "This Little Light Of Mine". CD
(Out of print, promotional stamp on CD & sticker over barcode.)

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