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Bare Bones - Various - Jazz Fusions One (Vinyl, LP)


  • Gogore
    This week, in issue 4, I offer you a round baker’s dozen of recent releases for review, splitting the content into CD and Vinyl ON VINYL SUPERCAR Title: Original Television Soundtrack Label: Silva Screen If I could provide you with the soundtrack of my entire childhood then it would be composed by the genius – and let me repeat that one more time with added emphasis, the genius – of.
  • Mooguramar
    The packaging is fairly bare bones, but serviceable - a sturdy cardboard box with lid, and each of the CDs in a cardboard sleeve as a miniature replica of the original LP sleeve. If you've wanted to better educate yourself about modern jazz music, as I have for a long time, or to build up your jazz collection, I don't think there's a better /5(10).
  • Shakajora
    Jazzfusions One, a Various Artists Compilation. Released in on Beechwood (catalog no. FUSIONCD1; CD)/5(2).
  • Gardasida
    Bare Bones: Volume One by The Little Unsaid, released 20 March 1. Road - London, August 2. Screws - Pembrokeshire, May 3. Chain - Pembrokeshire, May 4. Nature - Pembrokeshire, May 5. Spiderman - London, July 6. Story - Pembrokeshire, May 7. Human - London, June 8. Ignited - London, August 9. Willow - London, May
  • Saramar
    Find Bare Bones discography, albums and singles on AllMusic.
  • Fautaur
    Reefer Songs – 16 Original Jazz Classics LP (Item ) Stash, s — Condition: Near Mint- The setting is bare bones and simple – and many of these numbers begin with the sort of LP, Vinyl record album. Wayne Shorter All Seeing Eye.
  • Gataxe
    A somewhat chronological totally bare bones Spectrum Music (Europe) 5-disc box set of Motown hits (20 tracks/ disc except for #1 at 21) – not one of their better box sets/5().
  • Totilar
    One of our favorite Thelonious Monk albums ever – a bare bones, no nonsense session that's filled with great work from tenorist Charlie Rouse! The record's filled with everything that's great about the Monk/Rouse team in these years – an incredible interplay between sax and piano, served up over the sorts of angular tunes that Monk had been putting forth for years, but somehow at a.

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