FT: indie jazz & funk on the raerish side...

ariel_calmerariel_calmer 3,762 Posts
edited May 2008 in Vinyl Wants / Trades
These are all doubles I have to trade. Graded vinyl/cover. The listed VG records are all fine play copies and are better than most VG+ records I???ve received in the mail lately... Looking for offbeat jazz, reggae/dub, and electronic/tape music. I can also be a pretty easy sell on good soul, latin, and african music. Please send a list of trades with your message. Howard Wales - "rendezvous with the sun" (costal) VG/VGInteresting jazz-fusion LP by this grateful dead player. Don't let that scare you though.... it's got a sleazy charm. Hear a sample on the main waxidermy site. Cover has general wear, vinyl has very light scratches and is not a fantastic pressing. Cuasares - "afro-progresivo" (pais) VG/VGExcellent album of psych-funk fusion that is nearly entirely unknown. VG/VG with tears on the cover and a few surface scuffs on the vinyl... mainly plays with surface noise due to mediocre pressing. I have another one and it's in better condition but plays basically the same. A HREF="http://www.divshare.com/download/4481565-116">Hear it here. http://img247.imageshack.us/img247/6295/curtisgi4.jpg" alt="" />Eddie Curtis - "does it all" (shere-khan) NM/NMExceedingly rare funk LP with the winner "this here heavy feeling" and instrumental, along with various other soul tunes. For the hard to please funk/soul 45 heads who need the private. Very slight cover buckling from being in shrinkwrap for 30+ years. Vinyl is mint and flat. In shrink and near mint. A HREF="http://www.divshare.com/download/4481567-4f9">Hear it here. Don Cunningham & company - "presenting" (Hendon) NM/NMLatin jazz LP by this leader who came into fame from his ultra-rare "something for everyone" album. This one is still a tough pull - Amoeba has a copy on their wall for 300. Obviously that's too high because it's still there, but still. In shrink and near mint. The Gentlemen Three ??? ???a sound explosion??? (orbit) VG+/VGRare Detroit organ jazz/funk LP, with covers of Letha (Earland) and Thank You, as well as the original percussion workout ???Run away slave.??? Cover has taped upper seam, but is generally presentable. Warren Smith & the Composers Workshop Ensemble - "Cricket song-poem" (Miff) M/MStill-sealed album from 1982 by this strata-east related group. A HREF="http://www.divshare.com/download/4481566-bc8">Hear it here.
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