Friday, November 13, 2015

European Jazz/Fusion/Funk Jazz

Fine Euro Jazz-update today and we're glad to offer some classic Swedish jazz rarities that we have not had for some time -  Lars Lystedt's "Jazz Under The Midnight Sun", Anthony Reebop Kwaku Bah's self-titles on Philips, Swedish Modern Jazz Group's "Sax Appeal", an unusually clean copy of "The Artistry of Lars Gullin" (very hard to find in clean condition) to mention a few.

From our neighbour countries Norway and Denmark comes Karin Krog's "By Myself" and Ib Glindemann's "Presenting" and from a bit down south in Germany comes Johnny Griffin's "Lady Heavy Bottom's Waltz" and Mark Murphy's "Midnight Man" plus a bunch of German modern jazz and fusion LPs, many of which we have not had before.

Today is also the release date of the new album by Svenska Kaputt (appropriately called "Suomi") which comes recommended if you want your jazz served dark with an edgy rock-leaning.

See all new arrivals at and have a look at all the additions from earlier this week too.

Next week we focus on 60s/70s Soul both LPs and 45s including some UK Tamla Motown originals in fine shape plus a bunch of sealed US originals. 

Coming updates:

20/11: 60s/70s Soul LPs and 45s
27/11: Hip Hop
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