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✨✧ Gaetano Liguori Idea TrioCile Libero Cile Rosso ... LP
PDU (Italy), 1974. Very Good+ Gatefold ... Out Of Stock
Very hip work from pianist Gaetano Liguori – working with a trio that features electric bass from Roberto Del Piano and drums from Filippo Monico – on the side-long suite "Free Chile Red Chile" – plus "Referendum", "Waiting For A Sunday Afternoon", and "Ballad For A Murdered Student". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has some light wear, but is nice overal.)

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✨✧ Popol VuhEinsjager & Siebenjager (with bonus tracks) ... CD
PDU/BMG, 1974. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A leaner lineup of Popul Vuh – mostly guitar and piano or keyboard lines, mixed with percussion – but a record that also has some of the group's most tuneful moments of the early 70s – and a sound that really shows them moving forward with a new sort of energy! Most of the tracks are short, and never overindulgent – yet they also show a growing skill with guitar solos, which helps bring out a rockish quality the group never had this strongly before – even though most of the record has an instrumental approach. Djong Yun sings a bit on the set, often in a moody, lyric-less way – and tracks include the side-long title cut, plus "Kleiner Krieger", "Gutes Land", "Morgengruss", "King Minos", and "Wurfelspiel". CD features bonus tracks – "Wo Bist Du" and "King Minos II". CD
 
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✨✧ Carmell JonesJay Hawk Talk ... CD
Prestige/OJC, 1965. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A great record by one of our favorite trumpet players – and one of those albums on Prestige that are darn hard to track down! Carmell Jones recorded this album after playing with Horace Silver and before leaving for exile in Europe (where he later recorded some great music with Nathan Davis) – and the set grooves in an incredible 60s soul jazz mode, right up there with the best that Blue Note or Prestige had to offer. This cracklin' tight group features Jones in the company of Jimmy Heath on tenor, Barry Harris on piano, George Tucker on bass, and Roger Humphries on drums – and the tracks include "Beepdurple", "Jay Hawk Talk", and "Dance Of The Night Child". A great mix of soul jazz and freer ideas, with a very solid groove! CD
 
 
 



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