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JazztronikCannibal Rock ... CD
Tokuma (Japan), 2005. Used ... $9.99
Always-great work from Jazztronik – a record that seems to open yet another great chapter in their endless pursuit of the groove! As before, keyboardist Ryota Nozaki is very firmly at the helm of the proceedings – playing a mixture of acoustic piano and electric keys in a way that really fleshes out the spirit of his tunes, and which adapts itself nicely to presence of a variety of different singers on the set! Nozaki's getting help here from vocalists who include Miki Imai, Robert Gallagher, Sonia Santana, Kaoru Kurosawa, Yurai, and even Flora Purim – an especially nice choice for the record, given that there's plenty of Latin and Brazilian-styled grooves on the set! Nozaki's keyboards take on a harder tone on the album's heavier, more percussive Latin-styled numbers – and they drift along with some spacier styles on the gentler numbers that recall some of the older Jazztronik work. Really great all around – with a deeper feel than before, and plenty of great tunes with English language lyrics! Titles include "Dentro De Mim", "Beeping", "Verdades", "South Of The Border", "Searching For Love", "Madrugada", "Reminisce On Joy", and "Cannibal Rock". CD
(Out of print, includes obi.)

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JazztronikHorizon ... CD
Tokuma (Japan), 2003. Used ... $4.99
Do these guys ever get tired of making great records? We think not – and this sweet little 8 track set is more than proof of that fact! The album's a slice of Jazztronik's mellower side – the warmer, jazzier, more Brazilian-styled tunes that have always set them apart from most other modern Japanese groups. There's a lot of great piano lines on the set – starting things out mellow, and building with a nice blend of acoustic and electric instrumentation to feed the fire of groovers like "Rita", "Estar Com Voce", "Dance With Me", and the mellower "Horizon". CD
(Out of print, includes obi.)

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Jimmy ScottDoesn't Love Mean More ... CD
Tokuma (Japan), 1990. Used ... $14.99
An obscure Japanese album from Jimmy Scott – one that features nice small combo backing that includes Alvin Flythe on tenor and Kenichi Shimazu on piano! CD
(Out of print, includes obi.)

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Soul Bossa TrioDolphins (Japanese version) ... CD
Tokuma (Japan), 2002. Used ... $13.99
This Japanese group have certainly grown up a lot – and this beautiful album is their most mature in years! The combo is fronted by singer Ann Sally – whose English language vocals add a tremendous amount of sophistication to the record – snaking forth in a cool jazzy style that goes way past the easy bossa remake mode of earlier albums. Sally's voice is incredible, and it's mixed with a well-constructed set of backings by the group, music that is especially heavy in its use of Fender Rhodes! The track list is great, too – with wonderful remakes of Fred Neil's "The Dolphins", Flora Purim's "Light As A Feather", Herbie Hancock's "Dolphin Dance", and Coltrane's "Naima". Sweet, mellow, jazzy, and wonderfully rich – the group's best album in years! CD
(Out of print, includes obi.)

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✨✧ JazztronikRemixes Part 2 ... CD
Tokuma (Japan), 2006. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Jazztronik alone are great enough – but this excellent collection really takes them to a whole new level, by letting in collaborative talents on a host of remixes – all of which further expand the groove of Jazztronik's recent Cannibal Rock and En:Code albums! In recent years, Jazztronik have deepened their sound even more than before – working in bright Brazilian and Latin influences to their mix of cosmic and jazzy dancefloor modes, all of which dance together beautifully in this wonderful set of work. The album is way more than just one of those "hey, let's let someone else mess with the originals" sort of projects – as all tunes here really keep the original Jazztronik spirit burning bright, and respect the vibe that first allowed all of this to happen! Titles on this second volume include "Tiger Eyes (Needs rmx)", "Pathways (2 Banks Of 4 bi-polar re-edit)", "Phoenix (Terry's Voice rmx)", "Rio Sol E Mar (2000 Black rmx)", "Listen To Your Love (DJ Mitsu rmx)", "Cannibal Rock (Soil & Pimp sessions rework)", "Beeping (Domu rmx)", "Dentro De Mim (Phil Asher's Restless Soul rmx)", and "Dentro Mi Alma (Reel People rmx album edit)". CD
(Out of print, includes obi.)

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✨✧ Jazztronik & OthersJazztronica ... CD
Tokuma (Japan), 2005. Used ... Out Of Stock
A great set of jazzy club tunes – selected and mixed by Jazztronik – and served up in a style that seems to make the tunes resonate even more strongly together! There's a "best of the best" sound here that's evident from the very first tune – as Jazztronik hand-pick some wonderful numbers, and lay them out with a fluid groove that's very much in the best Jazztronik groove! Jazztronik are represented by a few tracks in the mix, and a number of the others are harder to find mixes as well. Titles include "Worldwide (Solid Groove's Wednesday At Midnight mix)" by Domu, "Mishaps Happening (Quantic beat mix)" by Quantic, "Touch My Body" by Cooly's Hot Box, "Vibe Zone" by Andres, "Inner City Blues (Greg Gauthier & Tony L version)" by Allen Hoist, "In The Memory Of" by Dan Mela & Louie B, "Verdades" by Jazztronik, "Take Over Me" by Wahoo, "Almighty Father (voc mix)" by Sunship, with Warrior Queen, "Bombakiss" by Jeremy Ellis, "Roda Piao" by Azymuth, and "Tudo Bem" by Maga Bo with Tamy. CD
(Out of print, includes obi.)

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