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Thema Maboneng
Cat: JAZZR 034. Rel: 31 May 24
 
International
Thema Maboneng
Khwezela Mkhwezeli
Jika Sibongile
Cothozani Bafana
Igxababa Lembadada
Pho Usolani
Review: Jazz Room reissue the infamous first mini-album by Abacothozi. Formed in 1973 by bassist Berthwel Maphumulo, Mac Mathunjwa on organ, Innocent Mathunjwa on drums, Joe Zikhali on guitar, Thema Maboneng was released in 1975, before being almost immediately forgotten. However, a recent rediscovery by diggers and curators Kon & Amir, for their lauded Off The Track Volume Two: Queens compilation, sparked a renewed interest; the South African four-piece shared equal responsibility in writing and arranging these six instrumentals, which are tight and full, and come replete with Hammonds, well-surrounded guitar, and cross-sticking snare hits.
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est. release 31 May 24 $25.78
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FORTHCOMING
Ariel (reissue)
Cat: JAZZR 031. Rel: 05 Apr 24
 
Jazz
The Girl With Three Faces
Black Wing
Circles In The Air
Would You
From Dusk Towards Dawn
When I Close My Eyes
Travelling
747 To Rio
Review: First released in 1980 via the little-known Pick Up Records, Danish jazz-rockers Ariel's self-titled debut record sees an unlikely reissue via Jazz Room here. A worthy reintroduction of the quintet to the world at large - where before it wasn't well-known at all - it comes after the album was recently hepped to by none other than Brownswood aficionado Gilles Peterson, whose encyclopaedic internal memory bank and capacity to chin-wag served the cascading recollection of the album by Jazz Room label boss Paul Murphy. Now the eight-tracker dazzles us once more, fusing jazz with subtle elements of kraut and kosmische to make for bustling, brimming urban fugs, all hemmed together by a consistent baritone sax, and the vocal pyrotechnics of Hawaiian singer Lei Aloha Moe.
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Gespielt von: Pete Haigh
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est. release 05 Apr 24 $22.89
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Le Le (reissue)
Cat: JAZZR 009. Rel: 23 Sep 21
 
Jazz
Strauss (4:31)
You Left Me Your Smile (7:37)
Le Le (10:29)
Wet Walnuts & Whipped Cream (7:55)
One More Vodka (5:57)
The Infidels (9:34)
Review: Warren Oree is an acoustic bassist, producer and composer who founded The Arpeggio Jazz Ensemble in Philadelphia in 1979. The adventurous outfit are eclectic and have a far from predictable sound that combines acoustic sounds with African and Middle Eastern influences, a hint of Afro-Cuban Orientalism, spiritual jazz and avant garden flourishes. This album was recorded in 1980 and has a truly worldwide sound that very much fits in with the sound of the current jazz revival. There is cool jazz on 'Wet Walnuts and Whipped Cream', percussive drenched grooves on the title track and much more besides. A real classic.
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 in stock $10.52
FORTHCOMING
Smells Like Teen Spirit
Cat: JAZZR 032. Rel: 26 Feb 24
 
Jazz
Blue Mode - "Smells Like Teen Spirit"
El Chavo - "Hola Muneca"
Review: Blue Mode and El Chavo present two fantastic new cover versions. The A-side is of course one of the biggest tunes of the grunge era, and is here lent a jazzy, funky, groovy alteration by Blue Mode - though it is an ostensible Nirvana cut, the band were influenced by everything from the Gap Band to Louie Louie and a fair smattering of 80s indie here. This production by Chip Wickham mixes a swinging 60s Blue Note vibe and acid jazz refrains, brings it bang-up-to-date with contemporary nu-jazz. Side B is a boogaloo Latin jazz version of the Lonnie Smith track 'Hola Muneca', beloved of the acid jazz era's foremost DJs, and formerly released on a now impossible-to-find 7" single that shifts for crazy prices.
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Gespielt von: The Allergies, Voodoocuts
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est. release 26 Feb 24 $14.20
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FORTHCOMING
Sun Goddess
Cat: JAZZR 033. Rel: 22 Mar 24
 
Funk
Robert Dubwise Browne - "Sun Goddess"
Dean Fraser - "Mister Magic"
Review: Here's a proper genre fusion for the dancehall heads. On his latest reissue, Robert 'Dubwise' Browne testifies to over 20 years of hitmaking with a standalone 7" edition of his remix of Ramsey Lewis' 'Sun Goddess', first released on Vortex in 2023. Whereas Lewis' original 70s funk version is a sweet and sunkissed headboard-licker with a simple backbeat, Browne prefers to cant things dubwise, swapping the aforementioned out for a phat dotted stomp. Clock the new pairing with Browne's version of Grover Washington's jazz-funk classic 'Mister Magic'.
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est. release 22 Mar 24 $14.20
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Jazzberry Patch
Cat: JAZZR 017. Rel: 28 Jul 22
 
Jazz
Jazzberry Patch (20:01)
Over Easy (1:47)
Planed Off (5:02)
Sugar Bear (5:29)
Sand "N" Your Blues (6:48)
These Are My Friends (4:22)
Review: It's always worth checking the reissues offered up by Jazz Room Records, not least because there are few people more knowledgeable on the dancefloor friendly end of jazz than boss man Paul Murphy. Predictably, he's scored another coup here by securing the rights to reissue Jazzberry Patch's 1977 debut - a private-press jazz-funk gem that's long been a "holy grail" amongst collectors. Joined by virtuoso organist Mike Longo (who supplies liner notes) and a handful of guest percussionists, the Californian trio lay down a series of effortlessly funky, percussive and solo-rich workouts that should delight jazz-funk fans everywhere. The piece de resistance is undoubtedly the epic title track, which grooves, bobs and weaves over 20 mesmerising minutes.
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Infinity (reissue)
Cat: JAZZR 006. Rel: 15 Dec 21
 
Jazz
Nubian Queen (8:52)
Infinity (4:48)
Lovely Afternoon (7:13)
The Known Unknown (8:44)
The Angry Young Man (8:02)
Review: Vibraphonist Khan Jamal has made many fine albums over the years, though few are quite as revered within the jazz scene as Infinity, a self-released set from 1984 that has been near impossible to find for years. While Jamal's fluid and attractive vibraphone playing is given an airing throughout the album, it never dominates the sound space, with the storied members of his backing sextet - including scene legends Byard Lancaster (alto sax, flute) and drummer Sunny Murray - all being given a chance to shine. Musically, it sits somewhere between spiritual jazz, jazz-funk and Latin jazz, with hectic dancefloor numbers (see the superb 'The Angry Young Man') being joined by a wealth of deeper, more laidback compositions.
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Chameleon
Cat: JAZZR 016. Rel: 26 May 22
 
Jazz
Now's The Time (4:58)
Chameleon (9:32)
Georgia On My Mind (5:05)
Take The A Train (5:01)
Body & Soul (6:05)
The World Is A Ghetto (10:08)
Review: Jazz saxophonist Tony Lavorgna, sometimes known as Captain Bad, recorded Chameleon with the St Thomas Jazz Quartet in 1982. The title track is a cover of Herbie Hancock's classic from Head Hunters, given a fresh lick on this superlative album of incredible renditions of long time favourites. Ray Charles' 'Georgia On My Mind', War's 'The World Is A Ghetto' and Dave Brubeck's 'Take The 'A' Train' all get a look in, given a soulful treatment which goes down very smooth indeed. On the strength of these, it's a shame the group never recorded more music together, covers or otherwise.
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Lady Day & John Coltrane
Cat: JAZZR 024. Rel: 16 Feb 23
 
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
Lady Day & John Coltrane (4:37)
Serengeti (4:53)
Review: For the latest offering on his jazz-dance friendly Jazz Room Records imprint, Paul Murphy has decided to mine the back catalogue of Japanese jazz-funk trio Nautilus, and specifically the organ-loving combo's 2015 album Nautiloid Matter. Kicking things off on the A-side is the band's version of Gil Scott-Heron's 1972 classic 'Lady Day & John Coltrane'. Featuring fine lead vocals from Kei Owada and plenty of the band's trademark electric piano solos, their take on the track is far more dancefloor focussed than Scott-Heron's original, with much more energetic drumming and fast-fingered bass guitar. Turn to the flip for their take on Jessica Lauren's acid-jazz era fusion classic 'Serengeti', which sees Nautilus add infectious, life-affirming Fender Rhodes solos to another killer jazz-funk groove.
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Con El Ritmo Del Tambo (reissue)
Cat: JAZZR 023. Rel: 27 Apr 23
 
Jazz
El Eden De Los Roncos (0:46)
Pineiro (5:18)
Esa Brujeria (8:15)
Raices Cubanas (1:25)
Yo Tengo A Chango (2:33)
Chino's Yambu (1:38)
Rumba En El Solar (6:09)
La Confianza, Pongan Atencion, La Mulata Encarnacion (3:38)
Cuba Y Africa Son (3:04)
Con El Ritmo Del Tambo (4:29)
Review: This second instalment of Jazz Room's Pure Latin re-releases comes in the form of Orquesta Mayombe's masterpiece, Con Ritmo Del Tambo. First emerging in 1980 and now considered to be a classic example of Nu Yorican El Barrio sound, this is an essential record for fans of Tata Vasquez. Featuring Afro-Cubano jazz heavyweights including Chocolate Armenteros, Jose Mangual, Mauricio Smith, and Orestes Vilato, as well as an astounding seven-person percussion section, it's safe to say this release packs a punch. Travelling through ten dazzling, floor-filling cuts of Afro-Cuban via New York Jazz age tracks, this is a must-have for fans of Latin jazz.
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Denga (reissue)
Cat: JAZZR 015. Rel: 23 Jun 22
 
International
Denga (3:16)
Goodbye Batucada (3:31)
Urubu (3:13)
Autumn (3:25)
Con Feugo (4:10)
Zapatos Amarillos (3:11)
Africa Revisted (3:10)
El Sueno (3:16)
Surfaticket (3:04)
My Summer Love (2:58)
Hop'N'Jump (2:41)
Tristeza (3:15)
Sucio Mambo (2:33)
Review: Robin Jones aka 'The Godfather of British Latin Music' brought some sunshine to often grey UK shores with the pastoral jazz sounds of his debut album. The rhythms have an Anglo skip with an Afro-Cuban soul as they melt flutes, Fender Rhodes and swinging drums and were recorded in 1971. He had help from three percussionists who help make this one a cult classic that has been hard to find over the years. Now London jazz DJ Paul Murphy's Jazz Room Records rights that wring with this fresh reissue.
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Tags: Latin Jazz
 in stock $8.94
El Maja (reissue)
Cat: JAZZR 004. Rel: 18 Aug 20
 
Jazz
El Maja (3:16)
Santa De La Luna (3:19)
Hot Chili Sauce (3:01)
Oya (3:03)
Gina (3:26)
Atlas (7:00)
Batucada Da Vida (4:27)
The Wailer (3:18)
Warm Loving Eyes (3:37)
Chant Afrique (3:37)
El Lobo (2:55)
Carica Papaya (2:41)
Review: Percussionist Robin Jones was one of the earliest - and eventually longest-serving - exponents of Latin jazz in the UK. While he guested on hundreds of records and was still playing a couple of years before his death at 84 last year, Jones only ever released a handful of albums under his own name. Arguably the best - and certainly most popular amongst Britain's legion of jazz-dancers - was 1972's "El Maja", credited to the Robin Jones Sextet. A scintillating fusion of Afro-Cuban and Afro-Brazillian rhythms laden with sprightly woodwind and brass sounds, jaunty piano, jazz-funk Rhodes sounds and notable nods towards rhythm and blues, the hard-to-find album has now been reissued by legendary London jazz DJ Paul Murphy's Jazz Room Records imprint. It should be an essential purchase for anyone who loves Latin jazz.
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 in stock $20.51
Plays Bossa Nova (reissue)
Cat: JAZZR 025. Rel: 29 Jun 23
 
Jazz
Tico Tico (4:26)
Besame Mucho (2:28)
Deuk Step (4:20)
Gypsy Blue (5:08)
Sayonara Blues (6:33)
Orfeo Negro (7:48)
Groovy Samba (4:47)
Review: Hideo Shiraki first played bossa nova all the way back in 1962 for Japanese label King; he did it again in 2007 on the album's first reissue via Think!; and now, he plays the Brazilian masterstyle a whopping third time, on this second known reissue of the album by Jazz Room. An energetic foray through roomy shakers and boxy hits hears the Japanese drummer and Japanese jazz pioneer pin down bossa nova like a nail on a golden donkey, with the opening 'Tico Tico' opting for pure excitement, and relative oddities like 'Orfeo Negro' getting far noirer, sombrer with it.
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 in stock $15.25
I Loves You Porgy
I Loves You Porgy (gatefold LP)
Cat: JJ52 025. Rel: 26 Sep 22
 
Jazz
Used To Be Jackson (5:06)
Plunk (4:51)
Lockdown Lockup (4:32)
I Love You Porgy (4:39)
Ticket To Ride (5:34)
Un Dia Bonito (5:00)
Road Song (5:00)
Sweet Emma (5:00)
The Masquerade Is Over (5:00)
Bossarona (5:00)
 in stock $31.03
I Loves You Porgy
Cat: CD 0025166. Rel: 29 Sep 22
 
Jazz
Used To Be Jackson
Plunk
Lockdown-Lockup
Ticket To Ride
Bossarona
I Loves You Porgy
Road Song
Un Dia Bonito
Sweet Emma
The Masquerade Is Over
Poinciana
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 in stock $16.93
Golden Brown (reissue)
Golden Brown (reissue) (translucent blue splatter vinyl 7")
Cat: JAZZR005S P. Rel: 26 Oct 23
 
Jazz
Golden Brown (3:10)
Walking On The Moon (3:28)
Review: This one is such an evergreen classic that it is never long between reissues. The Take Vibe EP is musician Laurence Mason and he here mashes together the sounds of Dave Brubeck and Dave Greenfield of The Stranglers - it started on YouTube and got over one million hits, so then made it to vinyl and keeps selling out. On the flip is a romantic, late night jazz version of The Police classic 'Walking On The Moon', making this a real collector's item.
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 in stock $15.00
Shakey Jake
Cat: JAZZR 030. Rel: 25 Jan 24
 
Jazz
Shakey Jake (4:32)
Night Dream (6:41)
Review: This is a 7" by double bassist and producer Takumi Moriya, in collaboration with his studio band Black Nation. Two tracks of soulful jazz fusion, coming as a homage to the legendary Joe McPhee, appear on this 7": 'Shakey Jake' and 'Night Dream'. Both flaunt Moriya's interpretive talents, as he breathes fresh life into McPhee's ultra-energetic original number, all while proffering his own original cut on the B-side too.
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Advent (reissue)
Cat: JAZZR 018. Rel: 29 Sep 22
 
Jazz
Dipping (5:02)
Advent (4:55)
Music & Art JD (0:26)
Find A Way (4:35)
Dirkie (6:03)
Black Label (6:15)
Arrival (5:11)
Review: This reissue from Jazz Room is one from the rather more obscure end of the jazz spectrum but it is well worthy of your time. Johnny Walker - not the same guy as the whisky magnate - recorded this one when he was touring the world with veteran jazz star Lionel Hampton back in 1982. The sounds that defined his signature are drenched in funk with fat beats powering them along. The excellent rhythm section work really shines through here on an album that was originally released on his own Private Press label.
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 in stock $10.00
The Electric Jazzroom EP
Cat: JAZZR 010. Rel: 22 Jul 21
 
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
Walpataca - "Caliente" (5:27)
Vienna Art Orchestra - "Un Poco Loco" (6:44)
Review: Paul Murphy's Jazz Room Records serve up two underground dance floor hits from the London circuit here. Latin supergroup Wild And Infectious's 'Caliente' takes care of the a-side and has banging piano riffs and heavy bass laid down by Descarga originator Cachao, all run through with some superb driving vibes from Tany Gil with a big percussion meltdown from Walfredo De Los Reyes added for good measure. ON the reverse, The Vienna Art Orchestra serve up a great new version of a Bud Powell classic.
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Tags: Latin Jazz
 in stock $5.78
Danny Ward & Reality (reissue)
Cat: JAZZR 027. Rel: 28 Sep 23
 
Jazz
Rock Steady (5:13)
Affirmation (6:08)
Funky On My Back (7:05)
Get It All (5:03)
Masquerade (8:42)
God Made Me Funky (5:18)
Review: Jazz Room Records is back with another high class reissue of an album that is considered to be a grail by those who know. The story goes that back in the late 70s in the Seattle area of the Pacific North West, Danny Ward & Reality were an oft called upon funky jazz collective for anyone throwing college or hardcore funk parties. Rather than just serving up covers of the day's big hits they offered proper musical trips though more considered fair from artists like George Benson. This album catches them at their best on one such mid-week gig in the summer of 1977.
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