Ulmer, James Blood

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Ulmer, James Blood - Freelancing Freelancing
Blues Used - LP ARC 37493 Columbia
1981 Original Featuring David Murray, Oliver Lake And Others. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Ulmer, James Blood - Tales Of Captain Black Tales Of Captain Black
Jazz Used - LP AH 7 Artist House
1979 Gatefold Original With 8 Page Booklet. Features Ornette Coleman! Van Gelder In Dead Wax.... more details
 
Ulmer, James Blood - America-Do You Remember The Love? America-Do You Remember The Love?
Jazz Used - LP BT 85136 Blue Note
1987 Original Pressed On Pure Virgin Vinyl Audiophile, Clean Cut Out Hole. Features Bill Laswell And Others.... more details
 
Ulmer, James Blood - Amercia-Do You Remember The Love? Amercia-Do You Remember The Love?
Jazz New - LP BT 85136 Blue Note
Sealed 1987 Vinyl Featuring Bill Laswell, Nicky Skopelitis And Ronald Shannon Jackson. 4 Stars In All Music Guide. Pressed On Teldec Virgin Vinyl.... more details
 
Ulmer, James Blood - Live At The Caravan Of Dreams Live At The Caravan Of Dreams
Blues New - LP CDP 85004 Caravan Of Dreams
Sealed 1986 Original.... more details
 
Ulmer, James Blood - Are You Glad To Be In America Are You Glad To Be In America
Blues Used - LP AH 13 Artists House
Beautiful 1981 Original Featuring David Murray, Oliver Lake, Olu Dara And Others.... more details
 
Ulmer, James Blood - Eye Level / Blues Don't Fail Me Now Eye Level / Blues Don't Fail Me Now
Blues Used - 12 RTT 128 Rough Trade
1984 UK 2 Track 12 Inch.... more details
 
Ulmer, James Blood - Are You Glad To Be In America? Are You Glad To Be In America?
Jazz Used - LP 200172 Rough Trade
Rare 1980 Original Featuring Ulmer, Guitar; Amin Ali, Electric Bass; Ronald Shannon Jackson, Drums; C. Calvin Weston, Drums; David Murray, Tenor Sax; Oliver Lake, Alto Sax; Olu Dara, Trumpet; William Peterson, Rhythm Guitar. Tunes Are: "Layout," "Pressure," "Interview," "Jazz Is The Teacher (Funk Is The Preacher)" "See-Through," "Time Out," "T.V. Blues," "Light Eyed," "Revelation March" And "Are You Glad To Be In America."... more details
 
Ulmer, James Blood - Odyssey Odyssey
Jazz New - LP BFC 38900 Columbia
Sealed 1983 Original, Clean COH. Tales Of Captain Black Was A Starting Debut, But Odyssey Stands As James Blood Ulmer's Signature Masterpiece, The Purest And Most Accessible Showcase For His Bold Genre-Clashing Guitar Vision. 5 Stars!... more details
 
Ulmer, James Blood - Are You Glad To Be In America? Are You Glad To Be In America?
Jazz Used - LP Rough 16 Rough Trade
Beautiful 1980 UK Original Featuring Ulmer, Guitar; Amin Ali, Electric Bass; Ronald Shannon Jackson, Drums; C. Calvin Weston, Drums; David Murray, Tenor Sax; Oliver Lake, Alto Sax; Olu Dara, Trumpet; William Peterson, Rhythm Guitar. Tunes Are: "Layout," "Pressure," "Interview," "Jazz Is The Teacher (Funk Is The Preacher)" "See-Through," "Time Out," "T.V. Blues," "Light Eyed," "Revelation March" And "Are You Glad To Be In America." Appears Unplayed. Alternate Cover Art To Both U.S. And French Versions.... more details
 
Ulmer, James Blood - Part Time Part Time
Jazz Used - LP ROUGH 65 Rough Trade
Beautiful And Scarce 1984 Original. Recorded Live At The 1983 Montreaux Jazz Festival With Charles Burnham On Violin And Warren Benbow On Drums.... more details
 
Ulmer, James Blood - Tales Of Captain Black Tales Of Captain Black
Jazz New - LP AH 9407 Artists House
Sealed 1979 Gatefold Original With Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. “Tales Of Captain Black First Appeared In 1978 On The Artist House Label In America. It Was A Label Set Up For The Purpose Of Allowing Visionary Artists To Do Exactly What They Wanted To Do. They Had Issued A Couple Of Records By Ornette Coleman Previously, So It Only Made Sense To Issue One By His Then Guitarist, James Blood Ulmer. With Coleman On Alto, His Son Denardo Coleman On Drums, And Bassist Jamaladeen Tacuma On Bass, Ornette's Harmolodic Theory Of Musical Composition And Improvisation (Whereby On A Scale Of Whole Tones, Every Person In The Ensemble Could Solo At One Time And Stay In This New Harmony) Was Going To Get Its First Test Outside Of His Own Recordings. Blood Was, Before He Was A Jazz Player, A Funk Guitarist Who Had Tenured With Black Nasty And A Side Project Of George Clinton's In Detroit, As Well As Playing As A Sideman To Organ Groovemaster Big John Patton. Having An Ally In Tacuma, Ulmer Brought Funk Deep Into Free Jazz Territory. There Are No Weak Tracks On Tales From Captain Black, And Even The Redo Of "Revealing" From Ulmer's Previous Album Show An Unbridled Excitement And An Extrapolation Of That Tune's Rhythmic And Harmonic Elements Into Something More Sinister, More Driven, More Angular, More Mercurial. Captain Black Marks The Real Beginning Of Ulmer's Career As A Leader. It Has Been A Bumpy, Restless Ride Since That Time With Many Creative And Professional Ups And Downs, But It Hardly Matters. Records Like This One Make Him The Most Visionary And Brilliant Electric Guitarist In A Generation.” - Thom Jurek, All Music Guide... more details
 
Ulmer, James Blood - Freelancing Freelancing
Blues Used - LP ARC 37493 Columbia
1981 Original Featuring David Murray, Oliver Lake And Others. Shrink Wrap Intact With Custom Hype Sticker.... more details
 

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