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Poncho Sanchez - Soul Of The Conga (2000) {Concord}  Music

Posted by TestTickles at June 2, 2017
Poncho Sanchez - Soul Of The Conga (2000) {Concord}

Poncho Sanchez - Soul Of The Conga (2000) {Concord}
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Genre: jazz, Latin jazz

Soul Of The Conga is the 2000 album by Poncho Sanchez. This Latin jazz gem comes courtesy of Concord Records.

Susannah McCorkle - I'll Take Romance (1992) {Concord Jazz}  Music

Posted by TestTickles at May 25, 2017
Susannah McCorkle - I'll Take Romance (1992) {Concord Jazz}

Susannah McCorkle - I'll Take Romance (1992) {Concord Jazz}
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Genre: jazz, vocal jazz

I'll Take Romance is the 1992 album by singer Susannah McCorkle. This was released through the Concord Jazz label.

Ozomatli - Street Signs (2004) {Concord}  Music

Posted by TestTickles at April 9, 2017
Ozomatli - Street Signs (2004) {Concord}

Ozomatli - Street Signs (2004) {Concord}
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Genre: Latin pop, indie pop, hip-hop, rap

Street Signs is the 2004 album by Los Angelinos Ozomatli. Concord Records released this one for the group and fans.
Don Cherry - Relativity Suite (1973) {JCOA Records PA 7069 Japan Issue}

Don Cherry - Relativity Suite (1973) {JCOA Records PA 7069 Japan Issue}
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© 1973 JCOA Records / Trio Records Japan | PA 7069
Jazz / Spiritual Jazz / Avant-Garde Jazz / Trumpet / Modern Arrangement / World Jazz

One of Don Cherry's most spiritual, far-reaching projects – a wonderful record that builds both on his key avant work of the 60s, and some of the globally-inspired sounds he was cutting overseas! This date was done in close collaboration with the New York underground of the time – and the large group features work from a rich array of great musicians – including Charles Brackeen on soprano and alto sax, Carlos Ward on alto, Frank Lowe and Dewey Redman on tenors, Charlie Haden on bass, Carla Bley on piano, and Ed Blackwell on drums – working with additional string and percussion players in a sound that's completely sublime! There's a great ear here for unusual sonic twists and turns, yet these are mixed with some deeper organic tones, and some freer jazz passages – all to really ignite a great fire as the set rolls on.
Colvin & Earle - Colvin & Earle (2016) {Fantasy-Concord 0888072389748}

Colvin & Earle - Colvin & Earle (2016) {Fantasy-Concord 0888072389748}
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© 2016 Fantasy / Concord Music | 0888072389748
Rock / Country Rock / Country Folk

Shawn Colvin has landed a few tunes on the pop charts over the course of her career, and Steve Earle was briefly a legitimate country star. But in 2016, as the two team up for their first album as a duo, Colvin & Earle are folkies – hip folkies, to be sure, but at heart two singer/songwriters on the far side of 50 who like swapping harmonies and strumming their acoustic guitars. Colvin & Earle sound like good friends who enjoy singing together, and this album has a lively and spontaneous atmosphere, especially when the two are singing old covers.
Herb Ellis & Joe Pass - Seven, Come Eleven (1973) {2014 Japan Concord Jazz Selection Series UCCO-90302}

Herb Ellis & Joe Pass - Seven, Come Eleven (1973) {2014 Japan Concord Jazz Selection Series UCCO-90302}
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© 1973, 2014 Concord / Universal Japan | UCCO-90302
Jazz / Bop / Post Bop / Guitar

The second Concord album was recorded the day after the first with the same lineup: guitarists Herb Ellis and Joe Pass, bassist Ray Brown and drummer Jake Hanna. Pass would sign with Pablo but Ellis would be a fixture on the Concord label throughout the 1970s. If anything, the guitarists' rematch was a bit stronger than their first due to material better suited for jamming including "In a Mellotone," a speedy "Seven Come Eleven," "Perdido" and "Concord Blues." Although Pass would soon be recognized as a giant, Ellis battles him to a draw on this frequently exciting bop-oriented date, which has been reissued on CD.
Herb Ellis, Joe Pass, Ray Brown, Jake Hanna - Jazz / Concord (1972) {2014 Japan Concord Jazz Selection Series UCCO-90301}

Herb Ellis, Joe Pass, Ray Brown, Jake Hanna - Jazz / Concord (1972) {2014 Japan Concord Jazz Selection Series UCCO-90301}
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© 1972, 2014 Concord / Universal Japan | UCCO-90301
Jazz / Bop / Guitar

The very first release by the Concord label was a quartet set featuring guitarists Herb Ellis and Joe Pass, bassist Ray Brown, and drummer Jake Hanna. Ellis and Pass (the latter was just beginning to be discovered) always made for a perfectly complementary team, constantly challenging each other. The boppish music (which mixes together standards with "originals" based on the blues and a standard) is quite enjoyable with the more memorable tunes including "Look for the Silver Lining," "Honeysuckle Rose," "Georgia," "Good News Blues," and "Bad News Blues." This was a strong start for what would become the definitive mainstream jazz label.
Christian Scott - Live At Newport (2008) {CD+DVD Concord Jazz CJA-30853-00}

Christian Scott - Live At Newport (2008) {CD+DVD Concord Jazz CJA-30853-00}
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© 2008 Concord Jazz | CJA-30853-00
Jazz / Contemporary Jazz / Modern Creative / Post Bop / Trumpet

Live at Newport finds trumpeter Christian Scott leading his ensemble through a performance at the JVC Jazz Festival in Newport, RI on August 9, 2008. Showcasing the same group that recorded Scott's critically lauded 2007 sophomore album, Anthem, Live at Newport does feature Scott branching out on some new material. Just coming into his own as jazz musician, Scott is nonetheless a talented and deft improviser and his knack for creating brooding, emotionally engaged music brings to mind a mix of '60s Miles Davis and the heady art rock of Radiohead.
Widespread Panic - Street Dogs (2015) {Concord-Vanguard Records VAN-37865-02}

Widespread Panic - Street Dogs (2015) {Concord-Vanguard Records VAN-37865-02}
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© 2015 Concord / Vanguard Records / Widespread Records | VAN-37865-02
Rock / American Trad Rock / Jam Bands / Alternative / Blues Rock

Widespread Panic haven't released a studio record since 2010's Dirty Side Down. On their Vanguard debut, they pull off a first in their nearly 30-year career. These ten songs were cut with WP playing live from the floor of Echo Mountain Studios in Asheville, North Carolina (an old church). Most were first takes, though there are a few minimal overdubs, and the band worked with longtime producer John Keane and featured temporary drummer Duane Trucks (Derek's younger brother) – founding kitman Todd Nance went on sabbatical in 2014. The mix here is vibrant and warm; the live presentation creates a spacious dynamic that leaves WP's spiky grit intact. Opener "Sell Sell" is a cover of Alan Price's Brit R&B nugget, from his film score for Lindsay Anderson's 1973 film O Lucky Man!, which starred Malcolm McDowell.
Swamp Dogg - I'm Not Selling Out / I'm Buying In! (1981) {Concord}

Swamp Dogg - I'm Not Selling Out / I'm Buying In! (1981) {Concord}
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Genre: R&B, Funk, Soul

Swamp Dogg never stopped working in the late '70s but after 1974's Have You Heard This Story??, his last stab at a major, he faded away, grinding out records on labels that were, at best, regionally known. Things changed in 1981 when Takoma – a roots label then owed by Chrysalis Records – decided to sign Dogg and fund the recording of I'm Not Selling Out – I'm Buying In!, an album that represented both an artistic comeback and something of a signal boost as well. It, like all the other Swamp Dogg records before it, did not sell but it did garner attention upon its release, and it stands as one of his best and better-known albums. Despite Dogg's proclamation in the liner notes that he produced this album "because I love Rock & Roll," there's not much three-chord boogie here: just "Wine, Women and Rock 'n' Roll," plus the cheeky revival "Total Destruction to Your Mind Once Again."