Friday, September 20, 2013

Raining jazz!

This week autumn has arrived in Stockholm and with it rain, rain, rain (sunshine today though!). Here at the Record Mania office it's raining jazz - we have continued working with the jazz collection we bought a few weeks ago and this week's focus is, amongst other things, on private, spiritual jazz and funk jazz which means you have top rarities from Roy Brooks (original copy of "Black Survival" on Im-Hotep) and Lloyd McNeill (the brilliant "Asha"), plenty of titles on labels like Strata, Strata-East and Muse plus many records from artists like Gary Bartz, Horace Tapscott, Yusef Lateef etc.

We can also offer you nice Bill Evans originals and from this side of the Atlantic we have top euro jazz like Dusko Gojkovic "Slavic Mood", Joe Haider "Cafe Des Pyrennees" and Ted Curson "Ode To Booker Ervin" plus a large number of titles from European labels like Enja, ECM and Steeplechase.

For those of you not into jazz we have a bunch of classic hip hop albums plus some rare hip hop 12"s - Twin Tower "Hard Copy / Safe Sex", 302 "Lectric Groove", Microphone Terrorists "No Food / Hall Of Fame" - and from the soul/disco section Phase 7's "Playtime" LP, Sylvia Striplin's fantastic "Searchin'" and tough boogie from Sypher in "It's Got To Be Right".

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Next week the jazz marathon continues with a large number of 60s and 70s Blue Note-albums plus 50 or so Impulse-LPs and a lot more!

Private, Spiritual Jazz & Funk Jazz

Jazz & Euro Jazz

Soul, Disco, Hip Hop & Afro

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