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Troupeau Bleu

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Originally released 1975.

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1. La Rue
2. Automne (Colchiques)
3. L'Enfant Samba
4. Troupeau Bleu
5. Prelude
6. Go Round
Side 2
1. Chanson D'un Jour D'Hiver
2. Mary & Jeff
3. Huit Octobre 1971
4. Sabbat (part 1)
5. Sabbat (part 2)
6. Sabbat (part 3)
7. Madbass

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Dedication

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NEVER BEFORE RELEASED ON VINYL OUTSIDE OF JAPAN PACKAGED WITH A FULL-COLOR OBI-STRIPDedication by Herbie Hancock is an anomalous entry in the discography of the revered jazz-fusion keyboardist. The album was recorded over the course of a single day, in the middle of a tour of Japan at Koseinekin Hall in Tokyo, and for years would be available exclusively in Japan. Produced a month ahead of his 1974 studio album Thrust, the follow-up to his career-defining album Head Hunters, Dedication's tracks were noteworthy for how drastically different they were from the material that followed. Gone was the dangerously funked-out rhythm section goodness of the Headhunters; instead Hancock is alone, performing four solo pieces on grand piano, electric keys, and synthesizer.Side one features Hancock at his most introspective, featuring romantic, ballad-like takes on two of his 60s pieces: "Maiden Voyage", and "Dolphin Dance." Side two, on the other hand, is almost a polar opposite, utilizing early techno rhythms through Fender Rhodes electric keyboards, and the sample-and-hold features of the ARP 2600 synthesizer, rendering spacey, exploratory jams such as the original track "Nobu", and an electro-funky take on "Cantaloupe Island". (Two tracks which predicted Hancock's eventual electro-funk dominance in the 1980s.)A unique and momentous obscurity of Herbie Hancock's catalog, Dedication has never seen a vinyl release outside of Japan prior to now. Nearly 30 years later, Get On Down has sought to allay that, with a premium-grade Record Store Day reissue worthy of any jazz collector's archives, or any crate digger's armament.

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1. Maiden Voyage
2. Dolphin Dance
Side 2
1. Nobu
2. Cantaloupe Island

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Bamboo

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Side 1
1. Take Five
2. Mogamigawa Funauta
3. The Positive & The Negative
4. And I Love Her
Side 2
1. The House Of The Rising Sun
2. Do You Know The Way To San Jose
3. Soul Bamboo
4. Call Me
5. Scarborouge Fair

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Buntús Rince: Explorations in Irish Jazz, Fusion & Folk 1969-81

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‘Buntús Rince’ translates from Irish as ‘basic rhythms’, and this new compilation explores how Irish musicians were influenced by strands of different genres of music from around the world, merging them to create their own unique sounds. The compilation features some of the most innovative and talented figures in the history of Irish music and includes rare Irish jazz, fusion and folk outliers from the 1970s and early 1980s from musicians relatively unknown outside of Ireland.Often regarded as a musical backwater, the 1970s finally saw Ireland begin to make its mark on international music. The nature of this feat is all the more commendable, considering how isolated and conservative the country still was in the middle of the last century. The emergence of acts like Skid Row, Thin Lizzy and Van Morrison instilled in budding young Irish musicians the belief to dream big.Unlike many other European countries, Ireland had not benefited from the cultural impact of immigration. Pioneering Irish musicians did not have access to the type of vibrant music scenes ubiquitous to most European cities at that time. With no talented players or even in some cases recordings of the music, they had to cultivate and invent their own small scenes.A jazz scene had begun to blossom in Dublin in the late 1950s. Self-taught players like Noel Kelehan and Louis Stewart emerged as the Irish standard-bearers. Their level of musicianship saw them play with some of the world’s most renowned artists. The 1960s would see the emergence of the ‘beat’ scene in Ireland, with groups like Granny’s Intentions, Taste and Eire Apparent finally challenging the hegemony of Irish Showbands. Change was in the air. The late 1960s also saw many Irish emigrants returning home, bringing with them inspiration from the new styles and sounds of London and further afield. The arrival in the late 1960s of pirate radio stations like Radio Caroline, new music magazines and the availability of music on vinyl meant that different genres were now becoming more accessible. The musical landscape of the country began to transform and evolve, influencing a new generation of musicians in the process. The 1970s saw advancements in studio technology. 8-track studios began appearing in Dublin, offering more opportunities for groups to record singles and albums. Synthesizers and other instruments were also becoming easier to acquire as the younger generation turned to electric jazz and fusion music. While the level of musicianship was high, the levels of opportunities in Ireland were still very limited. Many groups and solo musicians had to emigrate to try and succeed. Thankfully for those who remained, this new emerging scene didn’t go totally unnoticed and local labels began to take a chance on more obscure Irish groups. Labels like Mulligan and also producers like John D’Ardis and Terri Hooley championed and documented music from the Irish underground of the 1970s.Their valuable work is a common thread which connects many of the tracks on this compilation. From the soaring flute playing of Brian Dunning, to the swinging piano of Noel Kelehan and the sonic force of Jolyon Jackson’s synthesizers; ‘Buntús Rince’ lifts the lid on a vastly underappreciated period of Irish music history. One for the collectors.

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Side 1
1. Noel Kelehan Quintet - Spon Song
2. John Wadham - Floatin'
3. Louis Stewart - Araby
Side 2
1. Joe O'Donnell - Caravan
2. Taste - On The Boards
3. Granny's Intentions - Nutmeg, Bitter-Sweet
4. Mellow Candle - Lonely Man
Side 3
1. Sonny Condell - Red Sail
2. Supply, Demand & Curve - When You're By Yourself
3. Rosemarie Taylor - Mister Sleep
4. Apartment - Weekend
Side 4
1. The Plattermen - Africah Wah Wah
2. Jonathan Kelly's Outside - Misery
3. Dr Strangely Strange - Mary Malone Of Moscow
4. Stacc - Holy Smoke
5. Zebra - Silent Partners

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Spiritual Jazz Vol 9 - Blue Notes, Part Two

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The Blue Note Record label needs little introduction. Musically, graphically and sonically iconic, the label created and defined the golden age of modern jazz on record. Founded in 1939 by German émigré Alfred Lion, the label's roster of artists is a litany of giants – Thelonious Monk, Sonny Rollins, Horace Silver, Lee Morgan, Art Blakey, Lee Morgan, Herbie Hancock and many more. With peerless musicians in the grooves, the legendary Rudy Van Gelder behind the boards, and graphic design genius Reid Miles creating emblematic artwork for every release, Blue Note – 'the Cadillac of the jazz lines' – was outstanding in every way.Volume 9 of Jazzman's Spiritual Jazz series takes a close look at the deeper side of Blue Note – from the experimental avant-garde explored by younger musicians such as Bobby Hutcherson, Joe Henderson and Pete La Roca, to the exciting new developments in modal sounds put forward by stalwarts Hank Mobley, Jackie McLean and Duke Pearson. The music we have selected shows how musicians working with the label responded to a period of dramatic social and sonic change, charting the route toward the esoteric and spiritualised sounds that would dominate the deepest jazz of the 1970s.As ever, Blue Note had lit the path, and this new Spiritual Jazz collection shows that the progressive and underground jazz sound of the 1960s was not only the preserve of obscure artists and private pressings. Blue spirits and heavy sounds on Blue Note – the finest in jazz since 1939, brought to you by Jazzman.

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1. Joe Henderson - El Barrio
2. Jackie McLean - Plight
3. Duke Pearson - Cristo Redentor
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1. Wayne Shorter - Indian Song
2. Hank Mobley - The Morning After
Side 3
1. Pete La Roca - Malaguena
2. Freddie Hubbard - Blue Spirits
Side 4
1. Booker Ervin - Gichi
2. Solomon Ilori - Igbesi Aiye (Song Of Praise To God)

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Spiritual Jazz Vol 9 - Blue Notes, Part One

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The Blue Note Record label needs little introduction. Musically, graphically and sonically iconic, the label created and defined the golden age of modern jazz on record. Founded in 1939 by German émigré Alfred Lion, the label's roster of artists is a litany of giants – Thelonious Monk, Sonny Rollins, Horace Silver, Lee Morgan, Art Blakey, Lee Morgan, Herbie Hancock and many more. With peerless musicians in the grooves, the legendary Rudy Van Gelder behind the boards, and graphic design genius Reid Miles creating emblematic artwork for every release, Blue Note – 'the Cadillac of the jazz lines' – was outstanding in every way.Volume 9 of Jazzman's Spiritual Jazz series takes a close look at the deeper side of Blue Note – from the experimental avant-garde explored by younger musicians such as Bobby Hutcherson, Joe Henderson and Pete La Roca, to the exciting new developments in modal sounds put forward by stalwarts Hank Mobley, Jackie McLean and Duke Pearson. The music we have selected shows how musicians working with the label responded to a period of dramatic social and sonic change, charting the route toward the esoteric and spiritualised sounds that would dominate the deepest jazz of the 1970s.As ever, Blue Note had lit the path, and this new Spiritual Jazz collection shows that the progressive and underground jazz sound of the 1960s was not only the preserve of obscure artists and private pressings. Blue spirits and heavy sounds on Blue Note – the finest in jazz since 1939, brought to you by Jazzman.

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1. Bobby Hutcherson - Verse
2. Pete La Roca - Basra
Side 2
1. Wayne Shorter - Footprints
2. Elvin Jones - At This Point In Time
3. Andrew Hill - Poinsettia
Side 3
1. Eddie Gale - The Rain
2. Duke Pearson - Empathy
3. Bobby Hutcherson - Searchin' The Trane
Side 4
1. Duke Pearson - The Phantom
2. Freddie Hubbard - Assunta

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Je Suis Un Sauvage

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Probablement peu connu parce que porté par des textes dits en français, Je suis un sauvage / Le Moral nécessaire mérite plus que l’assentiment récent des seuls amateurs de grooves rares. Car aujourd’hui encore, ce disque à ne pas négliger demeure un brûlot séminal subtilement militant et par endroits non dénué d’humour. Il représente un grand moment de Great Black Music au même titre que Seize The Time d’Elaine Brown, Nation Time de Joe McPhee, There’s A Riot Goin’ On de Sly & The Family Stone ou Attica Blues d’Archie Shepp. Pas moins.

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1. Je Suis Un Sauvage
Side 2
1. Le Moral Necessaire

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Cosmik Sindika

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1. Kaladja Vivilo 1
2. Kaladja Vivilo 2
3. Karibean Suite
4. Metamorphose
5. Se Kon Sa
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1. Kominike
2. Kosmos I
3. Kosmos II
4. Manege

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Kakadu (Lost Tapes: 1977-1978)

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Crash is one of the most interesting Jazz-Rock ensembles from behind the Iron Curtain. Originating from Poland, the band performed with Sonny Rollins in the 1970s and won awards at the largest European festivals. Kakadu consists of tracks never previously released on vinyl. Being an incredible fusion of Jazz-Rock and Funk, the album is a display of the band’s amazing sound in its probably best years. Totally absorbing percussion, piercing sound of the trumpet, saxophone, guitar and keyboards, accompanied by extremely characteristic vocals in one of the songs. The recordings from 1977-78 were found in the vast archives of Polskie Radio, precisely copied from original tapes and remastered exclusively for 180 gram vinyl. Limited pressing of 500. An amazing adventure.-The album includes tracks never previously released on vinyl-The band performed with Sonny Rollins in the 1970s and won awards at the largest European festivals-A fusion of Jacc-Rock and Funk music •Limited pressing of 500 copies

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1. Mazurek
2. Koncowka Banderoli
3. Michalek
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1. Trzy Po Cztery
2. Watpliwosci
3. Kakadu

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Hizuru

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Musilogue has been pursuing a new sound by various combinations of musicians. A collaborative project called “Hizuru” which uses Japanese traditional instruments and is the project of Ryota Nozaki (Jazztronik), who is the centre of Musilogue. Hizuru has made an album with 9 musicians who play instruments including shakuhachi, koto and shamisen. They show the possibility of a new style of music on it.Originally released October 25, 2017

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1. Hizuru
2. Ushiwakamaru
3. Ukihana
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1. Ginshu
2. Misty Forest
3. Yuzoraharete

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