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Save on Jazz Jam Bands at Silent Rider Music, Page 2. Top brands include UBIQUITY RECORDINGS, INC., Blue Note Records, Blue Thumb, Greyboy Records, Polygram, Artemis Records, Verve Records, CBS Records, Medeski, Martin & Wood, Scofield, John, Hollywood Records, Polygram Int'l, sweet pea, Gramavision, Accurate Records, & Blue Note. Hurry! Limited time offers. Offers valid only while supplies last.



Freestylin'
By UBIQUITY RECORDINGS, INC.
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$29.88

ean: 0780661100324,

4.0 out of 5 stars with 83 reviews
If you were digging around for an aural answer to the question ''What is acid jazz?'' you could probably do worse than Greyboy's Freestylin', a loose-limbed and breezily funky affair that could serve just fine as a blueprint for the entire genre. Released in 1993, Freestylin' predates the success of the Greyboy Allstars and Karl Denson (whose tenor sax is heard here on one track), but it's basically the same recipe. Featuring a mix of sampled drum loops and live musicians, Freestylin' rides one


Doin Something
By Blue Note Records
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$10.49

mpn: 724352793624, ean: 0724352793624,

4.5 out of 5 stars with 173 reviews
Doin' Something, Soulive's Blue Note debut and second album overall, sees the organ-based groove-jazz trio creatively stretching beyond their heralded debut, Turn It Out. Where that session was a lean, live cooker that cemented the trio's appeal to the acid-jazz and jam-band crowd, Doin' Something reaps the rewards of time spent in the studio--there are overdubs and, more importantly, an ambitious, varied overall vision. Rather than just rattling off a dozen jams based on a single line, the


Flyin the Koop
By Blue Thumb
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$29.00

ean: 0731454978828,

4.4 out of 5 stars with 30 reviews
Stanton Moore has been one of Galactic's primary members for years, but here on his second solo effort the drummer goes out on his own with groove heavies such as bassist Chris Wood and saxophonists Karl Denson and Skerik. The four roar through a program of bouncing originals, mostly co-composed with the players, that owe just as deep a debt to the Meters as Grant Green. Steering this funk bus from the drum chair, Moore keeps things moving with a loose-limbed style that sounds casual but is


West Coast Boogaloo
By Greyboy Records
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$59.95

ean: 0702994000126,

4.1 out of 5 stars with 91 reviews
FRED WELSEY, James Brown's trombone player, leader of the JB's, the voice of one of the funkiest tracks of all time, ''House Party'' and the act-of-god-on-a-record commonly known as ''Blow Your Head'', guests here with Karl Denson and the Greyboy Allstars. Great listening on the jazzy funk tip that will appeal to fans of the lighter grooves of artists such as Grant Green..


What We Do
By Blue Note Records
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$39.95

mpn: 077779958627, ean: 0077779958627,

4.3 out of 5 stars with 148 reviews
Out of print in the U.S.! Import reissue of 1992 album by this Jazz great released on the Blue Note label. Nine tracks including 'Little Walk', 'Say The Word', 'Big Sky' and more..


Bump
By Polygram
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$19.49

mpn: 731454343022, ean: 0731454343022,

4.7 out of 5 stars with 176 reviews
For some of guitarist John Scofield's fans, his best albums date come from the 1980s: Electric Outlet and Still Warm. Recorded before his fusion ascendancy with drummer Dennis Chambers and bassist Gary Grainger, these albums are primal and funky, yet also allude to the eerie tonal palettes of Scofield's onetime employer Miles Davis during the trumpeter's 1970s electric period. On Bump, Sco's world is weird again. Joined by members of esoteric underground Manhattan bands such as Sex Mob, Soul


Friends Seen & Unseen
By Artemis Records
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$13.99

ean: 0069967515392,

4.7 out of 5 stars with 275 reviews
Hunter has scaled down from the 2003 quintet of Right Now Move, returning to the guitar-drums-saxophone format that he launched in 1993. Retaining Derrek Phillips on drums and John Ellis on tenor, flute, and bass clarinet, Hunter continues to find fresh approaches to the groove, using his 8-string guitar to create bass lines and organ-style riffs in support of his minimalist leads. He's a master of musical inference: witness ''Soweto's Where It's At,'' a serene invocation of the South African


Quiet
By Verve Records
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$24.99

mpn: 731453318526, ean: 0731453318526,

4.7 out of 5 stars with 263 reviews
John Scofield didn't even own an acoustic guitar when Pat Metheny brought along a pair of them for the guitarists' 1993 duo session, ''I Can See Your House From Here.'' Scofield was so intrigued by the experience that he went out and bought his own nylon-string instrument, spent hours playing it and ultimately composed eight pieces especially for his new plaything. Those eight tunes (plus a ninth by producer Steve Swallow) comprise Scofield's new album, aptly entitled ''Quiet.'' Scofield was


Friday Afternoon in the Universe
By CBS Records
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$11.65

ean: 0798387950321,

4.4 out of 5 stars with 37 reviews
They may attract Sufi-dancing Deadheads to their rock-club shows and they may have connections to lower Manhattan's art-music scene, but when you get right down to it, Medeski Martin & Wood are just a jazz organ trio. Organist John Medeski, drummer Billy Martin, and bassist Chris Wood don't work a whole lot differently from the old Jimmy Smith Trio; they get a good groove going, add a catchy hook and then improvise changes on both the rhythm and the melody. They may take more liberties than


Tonic
By Medeski, Martin & Wood
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$7.99

mpn: 3 3 00525271, ean: 0072435252712,

4.7 out of 5 stars with 79 reviews
Tonic by Medeski Martin & WoodWhen sold by Amazon.com, this product will be manufactured on demand using CD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply. With Tonic, John Medeski, Billy Martin, and Chris Wood clearly have in mind both a window on their roots and a boundary test. A bristling live album, Tonic whisks listeners back to the trio's auspicious, acoustic-piano-driven debut, Notes from the Underground, without even a glimpse of Medeski's electric keyboards. That


Charlie Hunter
By Blue Note Records
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$24.91

ean: 0724352545025,

4.7 out of 5 stars with 44 reviews
With this eponymous effort, guitarist Charlie Hunter continues the minimalist studio experimentation that he and percussionist Leon Parker spun together on the 1999 album, Duo. This time, though, the pair has expanded the concept to include a trio of percussionists. There's also Josh Roseman on trombone and Peter Apfelbaum on tenor saxophone on several tracks. The drum section is an excellent idea, which allows Parker to shine on conga on the opening pair of tunes, while Robert Perkins shakes a


Meant To Be
By Scofield, John
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$7.43

mpn: 077779547920, ean: 0077779547920,

4.3 out of 5 stars with 17 reviews
Out of print in the U.S.! Import reissue of the 1990 album by this Jazz great, released on the Blue Note label. 11 tracks including 'Big Fun', 'Keep Me in Mind' and 'Some Nerve'..


Soulive
By Blue Note Records
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$14.95

ean: 0724359008400,

4.0 out of 5 stars with 173 reviews
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Money Spyder
By Hollywood Records
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$12.99

ean: 0720616802224,

4.3 out of 5 stars with 14 reviews
Think of The Money Spyder as the soundtrack to the coolest '60s international spy movie never made. Go-go Fender guitars and Hammond organ race from beginning to end. From the title track, with its mysterious piano line, to the urgent, fuzz-infested ''Car Chase,'' we can pretty easily dream up a story line. From Carnaby Street we travel to the arms of an exotic double agent (''The Spiral Staircase''), only to end up somewhere in Spain for the final showdown (''Buzy Bee''). Ah, they don't make


Get Organized
By Polygram Int'l
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$24.91

ean: 0042283940529,

4.3 out of 5 stars with 300 reviews
The follow-up to their breakthrough album, Wait a Minute, finds the James Taylor Quartet in fine form. Their trademark Hammond organ is front and center from the get-go as they dash through a collection of grinding '70s-styled acid jazz. This is the sort of music you'd expect to accompany Michael Douglas as he chases some scummy hood across the docks in The Streets of San Francisco. It's kind of silly and it's kind of exciting, but when that organ kicks in you know the James Taylor Quartet is


Here's the Deal
By sweet pea
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$3.99

ean: 0016351506528,

4.7 out of 5 stars with 14 reviews
Chicago-based Liquid Soul are the hottest rising stars on the groove band scene today. This is their 3rd full-length release. Frequently identified as an acid-jazz ensemble, the Chicago-rooted collective known as Liquid Soul might be more accurately viewed as a pure funk band. They're energized by a wonderfully wayward, freewheeling spirit again on Here's the Deal, the group's third release. Deal follows 1998's Make Some Noise and their eponymous 1996 debut with another swinging assortment of


Liquid Fire: The Best of John Scofield
By Gramavision
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$15.83

ean: 0798387950123,

4.5 out of 5 stars with 272 reviews
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Notes From the Underground
By Accurate Records
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$49.99

mpn: AManPro-0011943, ean: 0743431501028,

4.4 out of 5 stars with 167 reviews
For folks who got turned onto Medeski Martin & Wood through the trio's later albums, MMW's 1992 debut will come as something of a shock. There's no trace of John Medeski's soulful organ workouts here--he sticks strictly to piano--and the record's disjointed rhythms and dissonant tonal shadings bring it closer to John Zorn territory or that of John Lurie and his Lounge Lizards (which makes sense, considering that Medeski and drummer Billy Martin had previously worked with Zorn and, in Martin's


Next
By Blue Note
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$11.97

ean: 0724353586928,

4.0 out of 5 stars with 108 reviews
Next by SouliveWhen sold by Amazon.com, this product will be manufactured on demand using CD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply. Soulive are proof that jazz remains a living organism that continually evolves from its past to make music for the present. Now a quartet with their addition of a saxophonist, Soulive brew a seamless funky concoction of '60s jazz-organ grooves, '70s funk, '90s acid-jazz, and fresh hip-hop that defies classification. The basic vibe of


Best of
By Blue Note Records
In Stock
$49.90

mpn: 724385333026, ean: 0724385333026,

4.5 out of 5 stars with 185 reviews
Out of print in the U.S.! Import collection of cuts by this Jazz great recorded for the Blue Note label. 10 tracks including 'So Sue Me', 'Flower Power', 'Camp Out' and more..



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