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Buffalo Springfield - Last Time Around 1968
The internal dissension that was already eating away at  Buffalo Springfield 's dynamic on their second album came home to roost on their third and final effort,  Last Time Around . This was in some sense a  Buffalo Springfield  album in name but not in spi...

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Sphere - Inside Ourselves 1970
Superb Soul jazz funk / contemporary jazz album by Sphere a band formed by Larry Nozero / John Dana / Jimmy Peluio / Keith Vreeland / Eddie Nuccilli. Released in 1977 on the cult Strata records. Enjoy! listen here

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Pure Food & Drugs Act - Choice Cuts 1972
Although blues violinist and singer Don "Sugarcane" Harris and guitarist Harvey Mandel recorded together on more than one occasion, this is the only recording they made as the very short-lived group Pure Food & Drug Act. Aside from this 1972 release's stran...

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Granny's Intentions - Honest Injun 1970
Granny's Intentions is a bluesy Irish country-rock band featuring Gary Moore and Joe O'Donnell among others. Caught between the cusp of two eras; homespun earthiness melding with Blues orientated rock that would flourish in the 70s, "Honest Injun" is closer...

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George Duke - Feel 1974
A valued sideman, by the mid-'70s  Duke  would become a star and influential in his own right. For this 1974 MPS release,  Frank Zappa  had relinquished his studio time for  Duke . The kind gesture immediately reverberated throughout jazz circles and beyond...

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The Deviants - Disposable 1968
Plenty of psychedelic groups of the late '60s embraced a sunny outlook of peace, flowers, and consciousness expansion, but some took a harder line on upending the straight society they sought to replace, and like their spiritual brethren  the MC5 ,  the Dev...

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Don Cherry - Where Is Brooklyn 1966
Where Is Brooklyn  was  Don Cherry 's final album for Blue Note, and it returned to the quartet format of  Complete Communion , this time featuring  Pharoah Sanders  on tenor sax along with bassist  Henry Grimes  and drummer  Ed Blackwell . Here,  Cherry  a...

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Bennie Maupin - Slow Traffic To The Right 1977
Bennie Maupin  is best-known for his association with  Herbie Hancock  and his atmospheric bass clarinet playing on  Miles Davis ' classic  Bitches Brew  album.  Maupin  started playing tenor in high school and attended the Detroit Institute for Musical Art...

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Archie Whitewater - Archie Whitewater 1970
Archie Whitewater  was not a person, but an eight-member band, none of whom were named Archie Whitewater. Their sole and self-titled album attracted little notice on its 1970 release, in part because it was recorded for the Cadet/Concept subsidiary of Chess...

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The Mothers of Invention - Burnt Weeny Sandwich 1970
Burnt Weeny Sandwich  is the first of two albums by the  Mothers of Invention  that  Frank Zappa released in 1970, after he had disbanded the original lineup. While  Weasels Ripped My Flesh  focuses on complex material and improvised stage madness, this col...
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