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Bill Watrous had a track with a ridiculous drums/synth solo... I think it's "Ayo" off Manhattan Wildlife Refuge. The track is kind of mild jazz funk and then there's a sudden 3 minute moog freakout.
Yeah! I like that one. I found it a month ago. I just found this yesterday for $3 which has a similar track. Blew my mind.
Dollar finds at the swap meet. Roadmaster is Indianapolis glam rock. No One With A Bullet is an early 80s Los Angeles indy label compilation. Alwyn Wall Band is Christian rock with a drum break. Last of Bill Bruford's solo run. JB has some open drums and a two bar loop I'm working on now. Dave Brubeck moved to Atlantic Records, enlisted his sons and went electric in tribute to his mentors Duke Ellington and Darius Milhaud, who both died within weeks before this recording. Very good stuff.
The best find however is this:
Japanese soul-jazz instrumental covers of the country's then contemporary pop hits. One is a Hammond organ version of this
The AtGB one was put on a Groove Sounds In Nippon volume (https://www.discogs.com/Various-Groove-Sounds-In-Nippon-Shakin-My-Soul/release/7767846) in the late 90s which used this cover.