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Exact matches: 4
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Berlioz/Ravel/Debussy/Strauss/WagnerSolti – Chicago Showcase – Symphonie Fantastique/Bolero/Prelude A L'Apres Midi D'un Faune/La Mer/Also Sprach Zapathustra/Till Eulenspiegel/Don Juan/Flying Dutchman/Tannhauser Overture/Die Meistersinger (4LP set) ... LP
London, 1970s. Near Mint- 4LP ... $8.99
... LP, Vinyl record album
(Includes original booklet and box.)

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DebussyOrchestral Music – Preludes A L'Apres-Midi D'Un Faune/Images/La Mer/Nocturnes/Jeux – Van Beinum/Haitink/Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra ... CD
Philips, 1959/1977/1978/1980. Used 2 CDs ... $4.99
... CD

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VariousBethlehem For Cafe Apres Midi ... CD
Bethlehem/Ultra Vybe (Japan), Mid 50s. New Copy ... $13.99
A cool collection of classic work from the Bethlehem Records label – and one that's got a very different vibe than usual! The set's part of the excellent Cafe Apres Midi series from Japan – and like other volumes in the series, there's a special focus on groovier, more upbeat numbers from Bethlehem – with an especially strong emphasis on the kinds of vocal tracks that made the label great! There's less late night and blue numbers here than there are the kind of sprightly tracks that really stand out in the catalog – and the set's got a massive 28 tracks in all, with over 80 minutes of music – on titles that include "Night In Tunisia" by Frank Minion, "Mountain Greenery" by Paula Castle, "My Romance" by Joe Derise, "Blue Turning Grey Over You" by Audrey Morris, "The Way You Look Tonight" by Mel Torme, "That Old Black Magic" by Bobby Troup, "Lullaby Of Birdland" by Chris Connor, "Let's Fall In Love" by Teal Joy, "How About You" by Terry Morel, "Old Devil Moon" by Bob Dorough, "Gone With The Wind" by Donna Brooks, "All Of Me" by Johnny Hartman, and "This Can't Be Love" by Pat Moran. CD

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✨✧ DebussyImages/Prelude A L'Apres Midi D'un Faune/Printemps – Boulez/Cleveland Orchestra ... CD
Deutsche Grammophon, 1992. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
... CD
 
Close matches: 5
Close matches5
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Akiko YanoIroha Ni Konpeitou ... CD
Midi/We Want Sounds (UK), 1977. New Copy ... $18.99
A record with a sound that's as striking as its cover – the second album from Akiko Yano, and one that really sets her apart from the rest! At a time when some of Yano's contemporaries were going for sweeter, smoother modes – Akiko moved sideways, and offered up music like this almost as a commentary on the city pop modes that were big in Tokyo during the late 70s. The songs are unusual, maybe a bit quirky, but also set to sounds created by some of the sharper talents of the time – both in Japan and New York, where Yano employed some top-shelf session musicians. Her own keyboards and those of Hideki Matsutake make a real difference alongside the tighter guitar, bass, and drums in the rhythms – and titles include "Hourou", "Iroha Hi Konpeitou", "Kawaji", "Kinou Wa Mou", and "Ai Ai Gasa". CD
Also available Iroha Ni Konpeitou (with bonus download) ... LP 31.99

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Akiko YanoIroha Ni Konpeitou (with bonus download) ... LP
Midi/We Want Sounds (UK), 1977. New Copy (reissue)... $31.99
A record with a sound that's as striking as its cover – the second album from Akiko Yano, and one that really sets her apart from the rest! At a time when some of Yano's contemporaries were going for sweeter, smoother modes – Akiko moved sideways, and offered up music like this almost as a commentary on the city pop modes that were big in Tokyo during the late 70s. The songs are unusual, maybe a bit quirky, but also set to sounds created by some of the sharper talents of the time – both in Japan and New York, where Yano employed some top-shelf session musicians. Her own keyboards and those of Hideki Matsutake make a real difference alongside the tighter guitar, bass, and drums in the rhythms – and titles include "Hourou", "Iroha Hi Konpeitou", "Kawaji", "Kinou Wa Mou", and "Ai Ai Gasa". LP, Vinyl record album
(Features a replica of the original insert – plus bonus download!)
Also available Iroha Ni Konpeitou ... CD 18.99

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Akiko YanoJapanese Girl ... CD
Midi/We Want Sounds (UK), 1976. New Copy ... $18.99
The debut album from Akiko Yano – and a set that's gotten more than a bit of acclaim over the years, in part because the group Little Feat back her on the first half of the record. Akiko sings in Japanese throughout, which sounds surprisingly great next to the rootsier sounds of Lowell George and the group – especially when they're mixed with some of Yano's own keyboards, and when the instrumentation takes on a few less-likely turns to match the really great range of the vocals. Side two was recorded back in Japan, and features work from Haruomi Hosono, Keiichi Suzuki, and Tatsuo Hayashi – and songs include "Oka Wo Koete", "Hekoriputaa", "Oinaru Shiino-Ki", "Sayonara", "Kuma", and "Telephone Line". CD
Also available Japanese Girl ... LP 31.99

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✨✧ Akiko YanoJapanese Girl ... LP
Midi/We Want Sounds (UK), 1976. New Copy ... $31.99
The debut album from Akiko Yano – and a set that's gotten more than a bit of acclaim over the years, in part because the group Little Feat back her on the first half of the record. Akiko sings in Japanese throughout, which sounds surprisingly great next to the rootsier sounds of Lowell George and the group – especially when they're mixed with some of Yano's own keyboards, and when the instrumentation takes on a few less-likely turns to match the really great range of the vocals. Side two was recorded back in Japan, and features work from Haruomi Hosono, Keiichi Suzuki, and Tatsuo Hayashi – and songs include "Oka Wo Koete", "Hekoriputaa", "Oinaru Shiino-Ki", "Sayonara", "Kuma", and "Telephone Line". LP, Vinyl record album
(Includes download!)
Also available Japanese Girl ... CD 18.99

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✨✧ Akiko YanoTadaima ... LP
Midi/We Want Sounds (UK), 1981. New Copy (reissue)... Out Of Stock
A Japanese electro pop masterpiece from Akiko Yano – done with lots of help on production from Ryuichi Sakamoto, and lots of musical help from other members of YMO too! Yet the set's got a very different vibe than Sakmoto's music and that of his group – maybe more tuneful, at a level that really takes advantage of the fantastic vocal range of Akiko – which sometimes stretches and inflects at a level that might rival Kate Bush at the time, although in a much more electronic setting overall. Titles include "Tadaima", "Vet", "Iranaimon", "Sensei", "Otosan", "Taiyo No Onara", and "Okasan No Ohige". LP, Vinyl record album
 
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✨✧ Four TetNew Energy ... LP
Text, 2017. New Copy 2LP Gatefold ... Out Of Stock
Some of the lushest, most melodic material from Four Tet yet – straight up beautiful for the most part – and a pretty strong contender for his best to date! He's blending electronics and more natural sounds in ways that aren't out of character given his past work, but the title is wholly appropriate. Up to this point, he's so fully embraced creative evolution, it's gratifying to hear a Four Tet record in which he brings in bits of the styles he's worked on past efforts with a new energy and fresh life. It'll roll from almost beatless mixes of electronic atmosphere and natural sounds on one track, to beats-centric and spacey on the next, but it gels all the way through, all parts of a hypnotic whole. Includes "Alap", "Two Thousand Seventeen", "LA Trance", "Tremper", "Lush", "You Are Loved", "10 Midi", "Daughter", and "Planet". LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Woody ShawWoody Shaw With The Tone Jansa Quartet ... CD
Timeless/Solid (Japan), 1985. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
One of our favorite Woody Shaw albums from his later years – and an album that's got the same joyous spirit and free soaring feel of his best 70s work! The core group on the album is the Tone Jansa Quartet – led by European reedman Jansa, and working in a space that's quite similar to that of Shaw's backing groups on previous sessions. Jansa wrote all the tunes on the set, and gave them a soaring feel that we really love – just the right mix of introspection and exploration found on classic Shaw sessions like Little Red's Fantasy or Lovedance. Titles include "Midi", "Boland", "Call Mobility", "River", and "May". CD

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✨✧ Jean GraeThis Week ... CD
Babygrande, 2004. Used ... Out Of Stock
Lyrical dynamite from Jean Grae – her best set yet – with tracks produced by Midi Mafia and 9th Wonder! Don't be surprised if this album becomes a rallying point for MC focused hip hop for years to come. It's not that the beats, or even the rhymes are revolutionary. What pushes it all over is Jean's ability to lay everything that's on her mind, and there's a lot, into every line she spits. It's in league with the best of solo Masta Ace, Talib Kweli, KRS and all the other gifted MCs of the past couple decades. If you're looking for a club banger, head elsewhere – but for pure, unpretentious, street styled mic mastery look no further! Tracks include "A-Likes", "Going Crazy", "Style Wars" feat Block McCloud, "Not Like Me", "Supa Luv", "Give It Up", "Whatever", "The Wall", "You Don't Want It", "Watch Me", "P.S." and more. CD
 
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Soso Da BahiaSoso Da Bahia ... CD
Sigia/Discobertas (Brazil), 1978. New Copy ... $19.99
Soso Da Bahia Sings here with backings from Waltel Branco – who you might know from his own records of the 70s, and who brings a nice current of funk and soul to the mix! The approach is a bit more subtle than other samba soul records of the 70s, but definitely in similar territory – as sweet electric basslines and keyboards mix with rootsier percussion that highlights the more soulful aspects of Soso's great vocals! An overlooked gem – with titles that include "Sete Ondas", "Comidinha Bos", "Santo Antonio", "Nana", "Conclusao", "Talves", "Ago Ago Bahia", and "Prazer Em Te Conhecer Bahia". CD

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✨✧ Etran De L'AirEtral De L'Air No 1 ... LP
Sahel Sounds, 2018. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A trio of guitars, augmented by bass, all swarming around each other in a way that might well make this group the Spacemen 3 of the Tuareg scene! There's not the obvious psychedelic influence here that group had back at the end of the 80s – but the mix of guitar fuzz is equally trippy – especially as the strong lead solos by Abdourahamane Ibra Allamine are balanced out by the two other guitarists, then given direction by a bit of drums – and augmented with vocals that are often much farther down in the mix than the guitars! Titles include "Tarha", "Hadija", "Etran Hymne", "Agrim Agadez", "Mon Amour", "Tenere Maliat", and "Tamiditine". LP, Vinyl record album
 
 
 



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