Pianist Alex Conde always has a great way of blending jazz performance with Latin rhythms — and that approach really takes off here, as Conde's core combo gets fantastic frontline help from Brian Lynch on trumpet, Conrad Herwig on trombone, and Dayna Stephens on tenor and soprano sax! LP, Vinyl record album Includes the printed inner sleeve. The balance between all elements here is fantastic — as the music has all the best parts of the group's earlier music, but also updates the sound a bit — in the way that a combo like Incognito or Brand New Heavies were updating older soul music back in the 90s, by grabbing all the strong est parts of the past, and fusing them into a fresh lean groove. LP, Vinyl record album Cover has some wear and peeling in the top right corner. One of the strong est statements ever recorded by bassist Sam Jones — a wickedly soulful session that cooks on all burners! CD Out of print.
Nuclear War Fallen Misdirected Gogo Shag
Perfect Naked Women Pinterest 2146
We'll be honest, though, in saying that we really think it's the great jazzy backing and the tight arrangements by Quincy that make this album so great. The dark, innovative, head crushing classic by Cannibal Ox — perhaps the signature LP of fairly brief, but legendary Def Jux era! An incredible album from Brazilian rock legend Raul Seixas — easily one of the most important artists to emerge after the Tropicalia generation — and a singer with a sound that's as striking as his image on the cover! The choice of mixers is great — and most tracks are slightly picked up in groove, but not too much — with a strong sensitivity to the best elements that make the originals shine, expanded out just a bit more. After Motown shifted much of its work to California, Ashford and a few key talents were still turning out blockbuster soul in Detroit — as you'll hear in this wonderful assortment of very obscure recordings, which were either issued only on very limited 45s, or which appear here for the first time ever. Most tracks have deep soulful vocals, but there's some very nice instrumentals too, and the band's got a pretty tight approach to playing. Chong The Nomad's Love Memo side is all about the moody beatcraft and it's wonderful stuff, too — from spare, though heavily atmospheric washes of sound to insistent beats and vocal samples, it's solid all the way.
hotties & hotties with art work..
Small price sticker on booklet cover. Cover has light wear and a sticker spot. Forget the theme of this one — because the album's a lot hipper than you'd expect! An incredible album from Brazilian rock legend Raul Seixas — easily one of the most important artists to emerge after the Tropicalia generation — and a singer with a sound that's as striking as his image on the cover! An excellent 70s Italian film score — penned for a political thriller, but handled with a fair bit of sweet and lovely themes!
Wilbur DeParis works in a small combo with Sidney De Paris and Doc Cheatham on trumpets, and Garvin Bushnell on some mighty sharp clarinet — an instrument that trades lines strong ly with Wilbur's trombone, and the two especially strong trumpets! One of the best albums you could ever find from trombonist Bennie Green — a great date that's right up there with his Blue Note albums of the late 50s! There's a bit of a heavy metal look to the package, but the sounds within are still the righteous funk we've always loved from Budos — yet are also inflected with a very slight bit of trippy elements this time around — a touch of fuzz on the guitar, or cosmic echoes on the keyboards — which really balance out strong ly with the group's bold horns and razor-sharp drums! The record's got a strong smooth midtempo groove — with the beat toned down a bit from earlier days, in a style that works perfectly for Alicia's voice. Tougher, angrier stuff than we remember from the Shadows On The Sun LP — with the usual strong production from the Ant, approximating rock and roll breaks and mood as well as anyone since earlier Cypress Hill. As with most of the group's Japanese recordings, this one is far better than the ones that got released in the US — and Shorter, Hubbard, and Herbie are great, and play with a strong commitment to straight ahead playing that was lacking from a lot of their other recordings of the time. Also includes 4 bonus tracks.