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The Dropper [Vinyl]
sku: 244309, ean: 0724352284115,
4.5 out of 5 stars with 221 reviews
Live in Japan
4.5 out of 5 stars with 202 reviews
4.4 out of 5 stars with 131 reviews
Jazz Jam Session / Rock 'n' Roll Festival
4.3 out of 5 stars with 230 reviews
Tracks: Mean to Me - Bouncy - Blues at Dawn - What - Every Bit - South Rampart Rock - Begin the Rock - Cat man's Rock - Jumpin' Rockin' Rollin' - Jukebox Rock - Bop Rock n Roll - Cross Walk.
By Absolute A Go Go Records/Rough Trade
4.3 out of 5 stars with 168 reviews
Lawn Boy is Phish's second official studio album, released on September 21, 1990, on the Absolute A Go Go Records and Rough Trade..
4.4 out of 5 stars with 25 reviews
4.9 out of 5 stars with 261 reviews
Something in My Eye: the Best of
4.3 out of 5 stars with 196 reviews
Following 2001's Popular Double CD Anthology, this Single Disc ''Best Of'' is a More Affordable Introduction to the Acid Jazz Favorites. Drawing the Material from Thee Best Selling Albums on Acid Jazz from the Early 90's. Includes Classics Such as ''Something in My Eye'', ''e-type'', ''London England'' and their Groovy Cover Version of ''Motorhead''. Remastered, Slipcased and Packed with Tons of Pics and Memorabilia..
Ben Sidran: Don't Let Go [Vinyl LP] [Stereo]
4.7 out of 5 stars with 187 reviews
STEREO VINYL LP! Ben Sidran: Don't Let Go! 1974 Blue Thumb Release! Personnel: Ben Sidran - Vocals, Piano, Percussion; Bunky Green - Saxophone (Alto); Phil Upchurch - Bass, Guitar, Percussion, Drums; Jerry Alexander - Harmonica; George Brown - Percussion, Drums; Curley Cooke - Guitar; Randy Fullerton - Bass; Kip Mercklein - Bass; Jim Peterman - Organ; Tom Piazza - Drums; Clyde Stubblefield - Percussion, Drums; Sonny Seals - Saxophone (Tenor). TRACKS: A1. Fat Jam; A2. House of Blue Lites; A3.
Dad Man Cat
4.3 out of 5 stars with 153 reviews
The stylish debut album by Corduroy, an instrumental British quartet obsessed with vintage spy movie soundtracks and TV show themes, is a stellar swirl of wah-wah guitars, funky bass lines, and jazz-house beats. Dad Man Cat owes equal debt to the experimental wit of electric Miles Davis and the gritty audio imagery of Ennio Morricone. ''The Girl Who Was Death'' is typical of the band's sonic breadth, opening with resonating percussion and falling into lush organ- and guitar-driven groove.
Afro Cuban Jazz
4.0 out of 5 stars with 157 reviews
In the past, percussionist Snowboy (a.k.a. Mark Cotgrove) took mambo, rumba, and Afro-Cuban jazz and juiced it with modern-day touches of house, hip-hop and lounge for acid jazz audiences. Here Snowboy and the Latin Section stick a little closer to the tradition, instead going for a jazzier vibe filled with Afro-Cuban rhythms and searing solos. While Cotgrove and his two percussion partners keep the music at a rhythmic boil, the three horn players skip across the top with snappy charts and
4.2 out of 5 stars with 228 reviews
Still Warm John Scofield has a talent for making interesting, quirky music by mixing funk grooves with unexpected sounds and novel turns, and that's certainly the case on this 1986 session produced by Steve Swallow. Bassist Darryl Jones and drummer Omar Hakim lay down solid patterns for Scofield's compositions, while Don Grolnick adds unusual atmospheric textures with his keyboards. While the title tune has a warmly reassuring, bluesy quality and most of the tunes have strong grooves, ''Rule of
Road Trips, Vol. 4, No. 4, Spectrum 4-6-82
By Grateful Dead Productions/Rhino Records
mpn: GRA26021, ean: 0081227978372,
4.5 out of 5 stars with 185 reviews
A lively and powerful dose of Grateful Dead from one of the band's all-time favorite venues... the complete Philly Spectrum 4/6/82 concert on a three-disc set! Those Philly fans always expected big things out of the boys when they came to town, so most Spectrum shows have some extra zip to them. Needless to say, the sound is pristine, and mastered to HDCD specs. A colorful booklet with an essay and photos is part of the deal, too.
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Keystone Berkeley: September 1, 1974
sku: A081227992439, ean: 0081227992439,
4.5 out of 5 stars with 101 reviews
The Jerry Garcia Band - Garcia, his frequent collaborator bassist John Kahn and drummer Ron Tutt - played its first show with Nicky Hopkins on piano in August 1975. The ultimate session player, Hopkins' credits include work with the Beatles, The Who, The Rolling Stones, and Jefferson Airplane to name a very few. While Hopkins' residency was brief with the Jerry Garcia Band, it played an important role in the group's shift away from big jams toward song-oriented material..
Road Trips, Vol. 4 No. 3: Denver '73
By Grateful Dead Productions / Rhino
4.9 out of 5 stars with 94 reviews
Colorado has been fertile Grateful Dead Territory since the band's first foray at the short-lived Denver Family Dog in 1967, and by the time 1973 rolled around, the group had built a large and loyal following there the old-fashioned way -- by playing killer shows! And you'll have a high time getting lost in the majesty and mystery of Road Trips Vol. 4, No. 3, which consists of the entire November 21, 1973 concert at the Denver Coliseum spread across two-and-a-half discs, and then an excellent
Road Trips Vol. 4 No. 2 CD
sku: SJ-20007254, ean: 0081227978396,
4.7 out of 5 stars with 138 reviews
You all know about the glory that was 1987. A year after we almost lost Jerry to his diabetic coma in the summer of '86, the Dead were back, Jerry was the phoenix risen, and the band was bigger than ever: There was ''Touch of Grey,'' In the Dark, the stadium tour with Dylan, a huge influx of new Heads; it was good times all around, for sure. The band was revived and a new day dawned!
Well, we haven't forgotten '88 -- far from it -- and this edition of Road Trips (Vol. 4, No. 2) shows you why.
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