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SentimentsShe Won't Be Gone Long (voc, inst) ... 7-inch
Transistor Sound, 2018. Near Mint- ... $14.99
Contemporary sweet soul from The Sentiments – a great little tune that builds in a laidback mellow groove – almost with an east coast 70s vibe – and topped with these excellent Delfonics-styled vocals! The song's got a nice punch at the bottom, but still keeps things cool – and the hook is wonderful! 7-inch, Vinyl record
 
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Basso Valdambrini QuintetFonit H602/603 (with bonus CD) ... LP
Schema (Italy), 1970. New Copy 2LP Gatefold ... $29.99 34.98
Wonderful work from one of the greatest Italian jazz groups of the 60s – heard here in two of their rarest recordings! The set brings together material from two sessions that were only issued on the Fonit sound library label – but both are every bit as sharp and soulful as the best Basso-Valdambrini work for bigger labels – including their early 60s gems on RCA! And like those records, there's a wonderful sense of rhythm here – kind of the soul jazz side of Blue Note, but handled with a fresh sound that's nicely free of any copycat cliches – and which instead really has the group finding their own voice through their writing and solos. The H602 album is billed as "pop jazz" – which is more a 60s soul jazz style – and H603 is called "Californiano", with a bit of a west coast vibe, but still very much the best grooves we've come to love from the combo. The lineup on both includes tremendous trumpet from Oscar Valdabrini and tenor from Gianni Basso – with rhythms from Ettore Righello on piano, Giorgio Azzolini on bass, and Lionella Bionda on drums. Titles include "Pick Up", "Glaucus", "Gold Mine", "From Me", "Maglione", "Muy", "Plinius", and "Transistor". LP, Vinyl record album
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✨✧ VariousVoulez Vous Cha Cha – French Cha Cha 1960 to 1964 (with bonus download) ... LP
Born Bad (France), Early 60s. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A really groovy set of tracks – not just the French cha cha promised by the title, but instead this beautiful mash-up of sounds and styles – often with results that are pretty darn unique! Sure, the rhythms are Latin, and the language is French – but there's also strands of crime jazz, soundtrack modes, hi-fi scoring, and other cool approaches of the period – so that the tunes come together with all these wonderful twists and turns, very cool surprises, and often a nice dose of humor as well! Titles include "Le Fil Direct" by Billy's Sax, "Please Mr Hitchcock" by Cassius Simon, "Cha Cha Transistor" by Jack Ary, "Mundial Cha Cha" by Norman Maine, "Ca C'Est Du Proulet" by Los Chiquitos, "Ne Nous Fachons Pas" by Spartaco Sax, "Cha Cha Stop" by Gilian Hills, "Le Soukou Soukou" by Les Kills Cats, and "Marchand De Melons" by Les Bretelles. LP, Vinyl record album
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