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Calexico - Black Heart
Sealed 2004 6 Song Mini LP Original....more
 
Ellington, Duke - My People
1970 White Label Promo Housed In A Laminated GatefoldCover. Features The Great Voice Of Joya Sherrill On One Track: The Fabulous "What Color Is Virtue?"...more
 
Sanders, Ed - Beer Cans On The Moon
Sealed 1972 White Label Promo With Promo Insert. Three Corners Lightly Pushed, Hence Price....more
 
Sanders, Ed - Beer Cans On The Moon
1972 White Label Promo. Appears Unplayed....more
 
Ellington, Duke - Afro-Bossa
Amazing 1962 Tri-Color Steamboat Label Stereo Original. One Of The Most Difficult To Find Albums From The Ellington Oeuvre With Fabulous Sound That Will Appeal To The Jazz-Loving Audiophile-Truly A "To-Die-For" Record. The Glossy LP Appears Unplayed. One Of His Top Two Or Three Studio Albums Of The 1960's. Small Red "1" On Back Cover And Rubber Name Stamp Of Rafael Arana....more
 
Warnes, Jennifer - Famous Blue Raincoat
1986 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. A Consistently Impressive Album Featuring Stevie Ray Vaughan, With High Points Being "First We Take Manhattan," And The Duet With Leonard Cohen On "Joan Of Arc." Top Recommendation. Glossy, Unplayed Condition. Light Creasing Along Top Seam Hence Sale Price...more
 
Holst - Planets
FFRR Stereo TAS Superdisc LP From HP's Top Seven. Zubin Mehta Conducting The Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. LP Pressed In Holland (2nd Issue). Two Small Time Notations In Blue Ink On Rear Cover....more
 
Hayes, Tubby - A Tribute: Tubbs
1980 UK Original Featuring Previously Unreleased Recordings From 1963. Appears Unplayed....more
 
Rossini - Overtures
1980 Original Housed In A Laminated Jacket. Neville Marriner Leading The Academy Of St. Martin-In-The-Fields. Glossy, Unplayed Condition....more
 
Winkler, Mark - Jazz Life
Sealed 1980 Original....more
 
Rossini - Overtures
1980 Original Housed In A Laminated Jacket. Neville Marriner Leading The Academy Of St. Martin-In-The-Fields. Saw Notch. Glossy, Unplayed Condition....more
 
Bernstein / Haydn - Concert For Peace / Mass In Time Of War
Sealed 1973 Stereo Original. Leonard Bernstein Conducting The Orchestra At The Washington National Cathedral. Small Promo Sticker On Rear Cover....more
 
Bernstein / Haydn - Concert For Peace / Mass In Time Of War
Sealed 1973 Stereo Original. Leonard Bernstein Conducting The Orchestra At The Washington National Cathedral....more
 
Enescu / Paladi / Quartetto Academica - Quartetto No. 2 Per Archi / Quartetto Per Archi
Sealed, Rare 1979 Gatefold Original Featuring The Quartetto Academica: Mariana Sirbu, 1st Violin; Ruxandra Colan, 2nd Violin; Constantin Zanidache, Viola; Mihai Dancila, Cello. Light Triangular Score On Front Cover Hence Price....more
 
Bruford - One Of A Kind
1979 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. "Bill Bruford ended his brief affair with U.K. and condensed his original outfit to a quartet, releasing a second album of sinewy, celebratory jazz/rock fusion, One of a Kind. Good-humored twists and turns abound in the music, punctuated by Bruford's steadying if slightly subversive rhythms, Allan Holdsworth's flashes of fire, Jeff Berlin's insistent bass, and Dave Stewart's remarkably colorful keyboards. At the heart of many of these songs is an uplifting melody, a trait shared with fusion artists like Weather Report and Jean-Luc Ponty, though Bruford's outfit favors a faster pace than the former and pursues more musical avenues in a single song than the latter. When he takes to tuned percussion, Bruford can even sound like Frank Zappa (both bands have a funky side to them). Standout cuts this time include "Hell's Bells," "Fainting in Coils" (which, in an indirect link to his previous employers, would have felt at home on Robert Fripp's Exposure), "Five G," and "The Sahara of Snow." The remaining tracks are a little less muscular, and the band's strength would seem to lie in fusion propelled by the complex rhythmic patterns of Bruford and Berlin (i.e., when the band leans closer to the rock side of the fusion family). Those who enjoy their fusion with a healthy dose of rock will find One of a Kind a fair match for anything from Return to Forever or Brand X. Note that many of these songs also appear in live versions on the beat-the-boots release The Bruford Tapes." Dave Connolly, AMG....more
 

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