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✨✧ WigwamLucky Golden Stripes & Starpose ... LP
Virgin (UK), 1976. Very Good+ ... Out Of Stock
A killer set from Wigwam – a later record by the group, and one that didn't get as much global play as their first few albums – but one that really shows the group really honing their sound in a wonderful way! Like some of the best of their Finnish scene, Wigwam really draw a lot from the world of fusion in putting together their sound – focused a bit more on tuneful English language lyrics than at their start, but still filled with all these great keyboard lines and guitar over often-funky bass and drums! Production is great – much leaner than an American label would have handled the record – and titles include "In A Nutshell", "Never Turn You In", "Sane Again", "International Disaster", "Timedance", "Eddie & The Boys", and "June May Be Too Late". LP, Vinyl record album
 
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✨✧ Lionel HamptonLionel Hampton Vol 2 – The Jumpin Jive – The All Star Groups 1937 to 1939 ... CD
RCA/Bluebird, Late 30s. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Includes the songs "Jivin' The Vibes", "Stomp", "Rhythm, Rhythm (I Got Rhythm)", "China Stomp (Chinatown, My Chinatown)", "I Know That You Know","Drum Stomp (Crazy Rhythm)", "I Surrender, Dear", "The Object Of My Affection", "After You've Gone", "You're My Ideal", "Rock Hill Special", "High Society", "Johnny Get Your Horn And Blow It", "Sweethearts On Parade", "Shufflin' At The Hollywood, Take 1", "Wizzin' The Wizz", "Big Wig In The Wigwam", "Memories Of You", "The Jumpin' Jive", "When Lights Are Low, Take 2", "I'm On My Way From You", and "Haven't Named It Yet". CD

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✨✧ Bob DylanSelf Portrait ... LP
Columbia, 1970. Very Good 2LP Gatefold ... Out Of Stock
The sprawling 1970 Self Portrait from Dylan – a record that caps off the most unpredictable period of his career – a mix of classic level Dylan originals and some really interesting choices of covers. A 2LP set with "Let It Be Me", "Days Of 49", "Alberta #4", "All The Tired Horses", "Copper Kettle", "Take A Message To Mary", "Wigwam", "The Mighty Quinn", "The Boxer", "Gotta Travel On", "Little Sadie", and "Blue Moon". Titles include "Let It Be Me", "Days Of 49", "Alberta #4", "All The Tired Horses", "Copper Kettle", "Take A Message To Mary", "Wigwam", "The Mighty Quinn", "The Boxer", "Gotta Travel On", "Little Sadie", and "Blue Moon". LP, Vinyl record album
(Textured cover has small top & bottom seam splits, light ring wear. Inner gatefold has faint stain spots at the top.)

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✨✧ Frank Rosolino QuartetComplete Recordings Featuring Sonny Clark ... CD
Lonehill (Spain), 1953/1955/1956/1957. Used ... Out Of Stock
A great overview of work by west coast trombonist Frank Rosolino – easily the best player on his instrument in the LA scene of the 50s, heard here on an assortment of tunes recorded for the Bethlehem and Capitol labels at the time! The first 6 tracks on the set are from the album I Play Trombone – recorded by Rosolino for Bethlehem with the legendary Sonny Clark on piano – a player who provides a soulful accompaniment that brings out the best in Rosolino – and gives the album a sense of depth that makes it one of Rosolino's best sessions as a leader ever! 4 of the album's 6 tracks are around 7 minutes long – unusual for Bethlehem – and titles include "Doxy", "My Delux", "Flamingo", "I May Be Wrong", and "Frieda". Next up are a variety of tracks recorded for Capitol records in 1953, 1955, and 1957 – issued under the title Frank Rosolino and Frankly Speaking, both as part of the Kenton Presents series. None of these sessions feature Sonny Clark, but that's fine with us, as his presence is more than made up for by a batch of small group players that include Max Bennett, Conte Candoli, Bill Holman, Stan Levey, Charlie Mariano, and Claude Williamson – all coming together in tight Betlehem/Mode small group formation! Mariano's horn is always a treat in such a setting, and he gets in some wonderfully soulful moments that really make the albums sparkle. Titles include "It Had To Be You", "Chloe", "S Nice", "I'll Never Smile Again", "Wigwam", and "Rubberneck". CD
 
 
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