Back Door

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Jazz Used - LP BS 2716 Warner
Beautiful 1973 White Label Promo Gatefold Still In Shrink Wrap. Pink Promotional Sticker On Front Cover And Wrap Around Promo Sheet On Back Cover. Vinyl Appears Glossy, Unplayed. “Released By The Band On The Blakey Label In 1972 And Then Re-Released By Warner In 1973, This Instrumental Album Is Impressive From Start To Finish, And A Veritable Catalog Of Bass Guitar Technique. Aspery's Funky Sax And Flute Work Leaves The Bottom End Completely Open To The Bass Guitar, And Hodgkinson's Use Of Strummed Chords Is Ably Backed By His Bandmates On The Squalling Opener "Vienna Breakdown." The Mel-Low Fon-Kay Bass Solo, "Lieutenant Loose," Makes Effective Use Of Ringing Open Strings, While "Slivadiv" Is A Fret-Hammering Delight. If You're A Bassist, Be Forewarned: Listening To This Album Is A Deeply Humbling Experience.” – Paul Collins, AMG... more details
 
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Pop New - LP BS 2716 Warner
Sealed 1973 White Label Promo Gatefold. Pink Promotional Sticker On Front Cover And Wrap Around Promo Sheet On Back Cover. “Released By The Band On The Blakey Label In 1972 And Then Re-Released By Warner In 1973, This Instrumental Album Is Impressive From Start To Finish, And A Veritable Catalog Of Bass Guitar Technique. Aspery's Funky Sax And Flute Work Leaves The Bottom End Completely Open To The Bass Guitar, And Hodgkinson's Use Of Strummed Chords Is Ably Backed By His Bandmates On The Squalling Opener "Vienna Breakdown." The Mel-Low Fon-Kay Bass Solo, "Lieutenant Loose," Makes Effective Use Of Ringing Open Strings, While "Slivadiv" Is A Fret-Hammering Delight. If You're A Bassist, Be Forewarned: Listening To This Album Is A Deeply Humbling Experience.” – Paul Collins, AMG... more details
 
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Jazz Used - LP K 46231 Warner
1973 UK Green Label Gatefold Original. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. “Released By The Band On The Blakey Label In 1972 And Then Re-Released By Warner In 1973, This Instrumental Album Is Impressive From Start To Finish, And A Veritable Catalog Of Bass Guitar Technique. Aspery's Funky Sax And Flute Work Leaves The Bottom End Completely Open To The Bass Guitar, And Hodgkinson's Use Of Strummed Chords Is Ably Backed By His Bandmates On The Squalling Opener "Vienna Breakdown." The Mel-Low Fon-Kay Bass Solo, "Lieutenant Loose," Makes Effective Use Of Ringing Open Strings, While "Slivadiv" Is A Fret-Hammering Delight. If You're A Bassist, Be Forewarned: Listening To This Album Is A Deeply Humbling Experience.” Paul Collins, AMG.... more details
 

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