Weather Report

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Weather Report - Live In Tokyo Live In Tokyo
Jazz Used - LP SOPJ 12-13 XR CBS / Sony
2LP Japan Only Gatefold Rarity, No Obi. Best Copy We Have Seen In Years-Both LPs Appear Virtually Unplayed. Recorded In 1972 At Shibuya Philharmonic Hall, Tokyo. 4½ Stars In All Music Guide.... more details
 
Weather Report - Tale Spinnin' Tale Spinnin'
Jazz Used - LP PC 33417 Columbia
Beautiful 1975 White Label Promo With Custom Inner Sleeve And Radio Station Timing Strip. Cut Corner. Looks Unplayed. 4 Stars In All Music Guide.... more details
 
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Mr. Gone
Jazz Used - LP JC 35358 Columbia
1978 Original.... more details
 
Weather Report - Heavy Weather Heavy Weather
Jazz Used - LP PC 34418 Columbia
1977 White Label Promo With Radio Station Timing Strip On Front Cover. The Album That Made Them Famous, Featuring Such Killer Cuts As "Birdland," "Teen Town," "A Remark You Made." Appears Glossy, Unplayed And Makes The 45rpm Double Reissue Sound Sick.... more details
 
Weather Report - Mr. Gone Mr. Gone
Jazz Used - LP JC 35358 Columbia
Beautiful 1978 White Label Promo, 1A/1A Matrixes.... more details
 
Weather Report - Tale Spinnin Tale Spinnin
Jazz Used - LP PC 33417 Columbia
1975 Original In Shrink With Custom Inner Sleeve. Track List Stickers On Back Cover.... more details
 
Weather Report - Procession Procession
Jazz Used - LP 25AP 2505 CBS / Sony
New, Unplayed 1983 Japanese Pressing With Obi. “A New Weather Report Lineup Makes Its Debut Here, With Victor Bailey Filling Jaco Pastorius' Shoes, Omar Hakim On Drums, Jose Rossy On Percussion, And Joe Zawinul Now Thoroughly In Charge. But Contrary To The Conventional Wisdom Which Claims That WR Went Downhill After The Departure Of Pastorius/Erskine, The New Lineup Actually Recharged WR's Creative Batteries; The Material Here Is Superior To That Of The Previous Two Albums At Least. Bailey, While Not Jaco's Technical Equal, Is Mobile Enough To Project Through The Texture, And Hakim Has The Versatility And Swinging Third World Rhythmic Influences That Must Have Appealed To Zawinul. "Procession" Itself Is A Masterly Zawinul Tone Poem, With Moody Electronics And Voices Building To An Emotional Crescendo And Ebbing Away, A High Point In WR's Output. Even Wayne Shorter's Sole Composition "Plaza Real" Is The Most Interesting Tune He Had Come Up With In A Long Time. The Manhattan Transfer, The Champions Of "Birdland," Make A Fascinating Electronically Distorted Appearance On Zawinul's Marvelous "Where The Moon Goes." This Is An Unjustly Overlooked Weather Report Treasure.” Richard S. Ginell, AMG.... more details
 
Weather Report - Heavy Weather Heavy Weather
Jazz Audiophile - LP HC 44418 CBS Mastersound
Factory Sealed And Hard To Find 1981 Half-Speed Master. Their Monster Album From 1977 Featuring "Birdland", Jaco's Incredible Bassline On "Teen Town" And Other Great Tunes.... more details
 
Weather Report - Sportin' Life Sportin' Life
Jazz Used - LP FC 39908 Columbia
Mint 1985 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve And Rare Press Kit With Glossy 8x10 Of The Group. Their Best Album From This Period Featuring "Pearl On The Half-Shell." 2B/2A Stampers.... more details
 
Weather Report - Domino Theory Domino Theory
Jazz New - LP FC 39147 Columbia
Sealed 1984 Original. Custom Song Sticker ON The Shrink Wrap. “Here's More Proof That Weather Report Actually Became A More Potent, Life-Affirming Musical Force After The Departures Of Its Best-Known Sidemen. Things Begin On An Oddly Commercial Note With A Pop Song "Can It Be Done," Sung By Carl Anderson, That Actually Lays Out Weather Report's Credo, Searching For Sounds Never Heard Before. Then Joe Zawinul And Company Get Down To Business With The Funky "D-Flat Waltz," Marked By Omar Hakim's Flamboyantly Complex Drumming. Zawinul's Synthesizer Textures Become Thicker And More Flexible With The Help Of Newly-Introduced Digital Instruments, And The Funk Element In General Becomes More Pronounced Than On Any Record Since Tale Spinnin'. Victor Bailey (Bass), Who Spins His Wheels On The Title Track, And Jose Rossy (Percussion) Remain On Board (Though Rossy Left Shortly Thereafter) And Wayne Shorter's Tenor Sax Has A Rawer, Tougher Edge Than It Has In Awhile. Though Not Quite As Triumphant As Procession, A Triumph Nonetheless.” Richard S. Ginell, All Music Guide.... more details
 
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I Sing The Body Electric
Jazz Used - LP KC 31352 Columbia
Beautiful 1972 Original In Shrink Wrap. One Of The Top Fusion Albums Of The 1970's. Custom Sticker Over Shrink Wrap With Comments By Frank Zappa.... more details
 
Weather Report - Sportin' Life Sportin' Life
Jazz New - LP FC 39908 Columbia
Sealed 1985 Original. Their Best Album From This Period Featuring The Superb "Pearl On The Half Shell" And More.... more details
 
Weather Report - Sweetnighter Sweetnighter
Jazz New - LP KC 32210 Columbia
Sealed 1973 Original With The KC Prefix And Promotional Stamp On Back Cover (One Of The First Copies Off The Presses). Features Some Incredible Tracks Such As "Boogie Woogie Waltz," "Manolete" And More And Featuring Audiophile Quality Sound. One Of The Landmark Albums Of The Fusion Era. Likely Has First Stampers.... more details
 
Weather Report - 8:30 8:30
Jazz Used - LP PC2 36030 Columbia
1979 2LP White Label Promo Gatefold. Both LPs Appear Unplayed. “Weather Report’s Studio Mastery Sometimes Overshadows The Fact That It Was Also A Live Juggernaut — So Don't Overlook The Outstanding Live And Studio Album From 1979, 8:30. This Was A Rare Quartet Version Of Weather Report, With Co-Leaders In Keyboardist Joe Zawinul And Saxophonist Wayne Shorter. The Bassist Was The Inimitable Jaco Pastorius, The Drummer A Young Peter Erskine. Pastorius Is Otherworldly On Early Gems Like "Black Market," The Breakneck "Teen Town," And His Solo Showcase, "Slang" (In Which He Quotes Jimi Hendrix's "Third Stone From The Sun"). Shorter Is Most Involved On The Album’s Slower Pieces Like "A Remark You Made," "In A Silent Way," And His Own Solo Piece, "Thanks For The Memory"; Zawinul And Erskine Shine On The Swinging Version Of "Birdland" And Roller Coaster Ride Of The "Badia/Boogie Woogie Waltz" Medley. Four Studio Tracks (Side Four) Close 8:30 With A Flourish — And Some Surprises. Pastorius Duets On Drums With Zawinul On The Brief Title Track, Then Plays Double Drums With Erskine (As Erich Zawinul Plays Percussion) On The Playful "Brown Street." Zawinul Then Throws A Curve With "The Orphan," Dueting With Shorter As Ten Members Of The West Los Angeles Christian Academy Children's Choir Chant Harmonies. The Saxophonist Gets In The Last Word, Though, With His Burning Composition "Sightseeing" — On Which He Plays Unison Lines With Zawinul Over Pastorius' Rare Walking Bassline And Erskine's Most Aggressive Drumming. A Future Jazz Standard Ending One Of This Band's Standard-Setting LPs.” Bill Meredith, AMG.... more details
 
Weather Report - Procession Procession
Jazz Used - LP FC 38427 Columbia
Mint 1983 Original, 1A/1B Stampers, Custom Inner Sleeve Plus Rare Press Kit With 8x10 Glossy Of The Group.... more details
 
Weather Report - Heavy Weather Heavy Weather
Jazz Audiophile - LP HC 44418 CBS Mastersound
Hard To Find 1981 Half-Speed Master. Their Classic Breakthrough Album From 1977 Featuring "Birdland", Jaco's Incredible Bassline On "Teen Town" And Other Great Tunes. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Weather Report - Heavy Weather Heavy Weather
Jazz Used - LP PC 34418 Columbia
1977 Original In Shrink Wrap With Custom "Birdland" Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap And Custom Brown Inner Sleeve. 1A/1B Stampers! Their Monster Album From 1977 Featuring "Birdland", Jaco's Incredible Bass Line On "Teen Town" And Other Great Tunes. Makes The 45rpm ORG Seem A Wee Bit Bright On The Top End (To Put It Mildly). Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
Weather Report - Mr. Gone Mr. Gone
Jazz Used - LP JC 35358 Columbia
1978 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. “There Is Lots Of Diversity And Adventure Here, As The Creative Core Of The Band Uses The Latest Electronics To Push Out The Boundaries Of Sound While Maintaining Tight Control Over Structure. "The Pursuit Of The Woman With The Feathered Hat" Is Quintessential Zawinul; The Third World-Centered Groove Is Everything, No Chord Changes To Impede This Rush Of Layered Electronics, Percussion, And Voices. Shorter's Spare "The Elders" Flirts With The Electronic Avant-Garde And He Retrofits His Miles Davis-Era "Pinocchio" In Rapid-Fire Electro-Acoustic Garb. In Other Words, The Multi-Flavored Wr Stew Continues To Cook At A Fine Boil.” Richard S. Ginell, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Weather Report - This Is This This Is This
Jazz Used - LP C 40280 Columbia
Hard To Find 1986 Original With 1B/1B Stampers. Custom Inner Sleeve. Shrink Wrap Intact. LP Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Weather Report - Weather Report Weather Report
Jazz New - LP PC 30661 Columbia
Factory Sealed, Label Variation Unknown, No Bar Code On Jacket. 5 Stars In All Music Guide.... more details
 
Weather Report - Night Passage Night Passage
Jazz New - LP PC 36793 Columbia
Sealed 1980 Original With Custom Glossy Inner Sleeve Still In Shrink Wrap. Mastered At Allen Zentz LA, Calif. First Sealed Copy We Have Had In Stock In Twelve Years. “All Things Being Relative, This Is Weather Report's Straightahead Album, Where The Elaborate Production Layers Of The Late-'70s Gave Way To Sparer Textures And More Unadorned Solo Improvisation In The Jazz Tradition, Electric Instruments And All. The Flaw Of This Album Is The Shortage Of Really Memorable Compositions; It Is More Of A Vehicle For The Virtuosic Feats Of What Is Considered By Some To Be The Classic WR Lineup -- Joe Zawinul, Wayne Shorter, Jaco Pastorius, Robert Thomas, Jr. And Peter Erskine. For Erskine, This Is Is First Full Studio Album And He Amply Demonstrates His Terrific Sense Of Forward Drive Unique Among The Other Superb Drummers In WR Annals. "Port Of Entry" Is A Tour De Force For Jaco, Who Knocks Off Several Of Those Unbelievably Slippery, Pointed Runs That Have Made Him A Posthumous Legend. There Is Also A Tremendously Fun Retro Trip To Duke Ellington's "Rockin' In Rhythm," Everybody Swinging Their Heads And Hands Off.” Richard S. Ginell, AMG.... more details
 
Weather Report - Mysterious Traveller Mysterious Traveller
Jazz New - LP PC 32494 Columbia
Sealed And Pristine 1974 Original. 4½ Stars In All Music Guide.... more details
 
Weather Report - Sweetnighter Sweetnighter
Jazz Used - LP KC 32210 Columbia
Beautiful 1973 Original In Shrink Wrap, 1C/1C Stampers. Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. Features Some Incredible Tracks Such As "Boogie Woogie Waltz," "Manolete" And More. One Of The Landmark Albums Of The Fusion Era.... more details
 
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Domino Theory
Jazz Used - LP FC 39147 Columbia
1984 Original.... more details
 
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Black Market
Jazz Used - LP PC 34099 Columbia
Beautiful 1976 White Label Promo, 1B/1B Stampers, CC. This Diverse Album Is Even More Transient Than Most Of Their LPs, Paving The Way For Their Most Popular Period Whilst Retaining Their Old Sense Of Adventure. Unplayed Condition.... more details
 
Weather Report - I Sing The Body Electric I Sing The Body Electric
Jazz New - LP KC 31352 Columbia
Sealed 1972 Original With The Rare Custom Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap Featuring Comments By Frank Zappa And Michael Cuscuna. Top Recommendation.... more details
 
Weather Report - Weather Report Weather Report
Jazz Audiophile - LP HC 47616 CBS Mastersound
Mint 1982 Half-Speed Master. One Of The Rarest Titles In This Series.... more details
 
Weather Report - I Sing The Body Electric I Sing The Body Electric
Jazz Used - LP KC 31352 Columbia
Mint 1972 Original (KC Prefix) In Shrink Wrap. One Of The Top Fusion Albums Of The 1970's. Zawinul, Keyboards; Wayne Shorter, Reeds; Miroslav Vitous, Bass; Eric Gravatt, Drums; Dom Um Romao, Percussion.... more details
 
Weather Report - I Sing The Body Electric I Sing The Body Electric
Jazz Used - LP PC 31352 Columbia
Mint 2nd Issue Of An All Time Classic. Originals Have A "KC" Prefix. Shrink Wrap Intact.... more details
 
Weather Report - Live In Tokyo Live In Tokyo
Jazz Used - LP SOPJ-12-13-XR CBS / Sony
Sealed And Pristine Japan Only 2LP Gatefold With Obi. "While Side Two Of I Sing The Body Electric Gives Us Heavily Edited Glimpses Of Weather Report As Heard Live In Tokyo, This Two-Disc Japanese Import Contains Entire Group Ensembles From That Concert — And As Such, It Is A Revelation. Now We Can Follow The Wild, Stream-Of-Consciousness Evolution Of Early Weather Report Workouts, Taking The Listener Into All Kinds Of Stylistic Territory — From Joe Zawinul's Lone Acoustic Piano To Dissonant Free Form And Electronic Explosions — With Lots Of Adjustments Of Tempo And Texture. The Pulse Of Jazz Is More Evident In Their Work Here Than On Their American Albums, And The Example Of Miles Davis Circa The Fillmore Concerts Directs The Fierce Interplay. In His Subsequent Recordings With Weather Report, And As A Leader, Wayne Shorter Would Rarely Equal The Manic Intensity He Displayed In Tokyo. All Of The Music Is Encapsulated In Five Lengthy "Medleys" Of WR's Repertoire, Three Of Which Contain Elongated Versions Of Themes From The Group's Eponymously Titled Debut Album From 1971. This Would Be The Radical Apogee Of Weather Report On Records, Though They Could Retain This Level Of Fire In Concert For Years To Come." Richard S. Ginell, AMG.... more details
 
Weather Report - Weather Report Weather Report
Jazz Used - LP C 30661 Columbia
Beautiful Near Mint 1971 Original 1A/1A Stampers. Joe Zawinul, Wayne Shorter, Mirosalv Vitous, Airto Moreira And Alphonse Mouzon. 5 Star Jazz. Hint Of Ring Wear, Hence Price.... more details
 
Weather Report - Live In Tokyo Live In Tokyo
Jazz Used - LP SOPJ-12-13-XR CBS / Sony
Beautiful Japan Only 2LP Gatefold With Obi (First Pressing). "While Side Two Of I Sing The Body Electric Gives Us Heavily Edited Glimpses Of Weather Report As Heard Live In Tokyo, This Two-Disc Japanese Import Contains Entire Group Ensembles From That Concert — And As Such, It Is A Revelation. Now We Can Follow The Wild, Stream-Of-Consciousness Evolution Of Early Weather Report Workouts, Taking The Listener Into All Kinds Of Stylistic Territory — From Joe Zawinul's Lone Acoustic Piano To Dissonant Free Form And Electronic Explosions — With Lots Of Adjustments Of Tempo And Texture. The Pulse Of Jazz Is More Evident In Their Work Here Than On Their American Albums, And The Example Of Miles Davis Circa The Fillmore Concerts Directs The Fierce Interplay. In His Subsequent Recordings With Weather Report, And As A Leader, Wayne Shorter Would Rarely Equal The Manic Intensity He Displayed In Tokyo. All Of The Music Is Encapsulated In Five Lengthy "Medleys" Of WR's Repertoire, Three Of Which Contain Elongated Versions Of Themes From The Group's Eponymously Titled Debut Album From 1971. This Would Be The Radical Apogee Of Weather Report On Records, Though They Could Retain This Level Of Fire In Concert For Years To Come." Richard S. Ginell, AMG.... more details
 
Weather Report - Live In Tokyo Live In Tokyo
Jazz Used - LP 40AP 942-3 CBS / Sony
Beautiful Japan Only 2LP Gatefold With Obi. Both LPs Appear Unplayed. "While Side Two Of I Sing The Body Electric Gives Us Heavily Edited Glimpses Of Weather Report As Heard Live In Tokyo, This Two-Disc Japanese Import Contains Entire Group Ensembles From That Concert — And As Such, It Is A Revelation. Now We Can Follow The Wild, Stream-Of-Consciousness Evolution Of Early Weather Report Workouts, Taking The Listener Into All Kinds Of Stylistic Territory — From Joe Zawinul's Lone Acoustic Piano To Dissonant Free Form And Electronic Explosions — With Lots Of Adjustments Of Tempo And Texture. The Pulse Of Jazz Is More Evident In Their Work Here Than On Their American Albums, And The Example Of Miles Davis Circa The Fillmore Concerts Directs The Fierce Interplay. In His Subsequent Recordings With Weather Report, And As A Leader, Wayne Shorter Would Rarely Equal The Manic Intensity He Displayed In Tokyo. All Of The Music Is Encapsulated In Five Lengthy "Medleys" Of WR's Repertoire, Three Of Which Contain Elongated Versions Of Themes From The Group's Eponymously Titled Debut Album From 1971. This Would Be The Radical Apogee Of Weather Report On Records, Though They Could Retain This Level Of Fire In Concert For Years To Come." Richard S. Ginell, AMG.... more details
 
Weather Report - Black Market Black Market
Jazz New - LP PC 34099 Columbia
Sealed 1976 2nd Issue (Bar Coded). This Diverse Album Is Even More Transient Than Most Of Their LPs, Paving The Way For Their Most Popular Period Whilst Retaining Their Old Sense Of Adventure. Pristine Copy.... more details
 
Weather Report - Black Market Black Market
Jazz Used - LP PC 34099 Columbia
Beautiful 1976 Original, 1D/1K Stampers. This Diverse Album Is Even More Transient Than Most Of Their LPs, Paving The Way For Their Most Popular Period Whilst Retaining Their Old Sense Of Adventure. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Weather Report - Heavy Weather Heavy Weather
Jazz Used - LP PC 34418 Columbia
Beautiful 1977 Original In Shrink. The Album That Made Them Famous, Featuring Such Killer Cuts As "Birdland," "Teen Town," "A Remark You Made."... more details
 
Weather Report - Mysterious Traveller Mysterious Traveller
Jazz Used - LP KC 32494 Columbia
1974 Original (KC Prefix) In Shrink Wrap With Custom Inner Sleeve And Custom Album Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. 1C/1C Stampers. 4 1/2 Stars In All Music Guide. Features Dom Um Romao. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. Small Cut Corner.... more details
 
Weather Report - Weather Report Weather Report
Jazz New - LP PC 37616 Columbia
Sealed 1982 Original. Custom Album Hype Sticker On Shrink Wrap.... more details
 
Weather Report - Heavy Weather Heavy Weather
Jazz New - LP PC 34418 Columbia
Sealed Original. Their Monster Album From 1977 Featuring "Birdland", Jaco's Incredible Bassline On "Teen Town" And Other Great Tunes.... more details
 
Weather Report - Procession Procession
Jazz Audiophile - LP 30AP 2533 CBS Mastersound
Mint, Unplayed 1983 Japanese Master Sound Rarity With Obi.... more details
 
Weather Report - Birdland / River People / A Remark You Made Birdland / River People / A Remark You Made
Jazz Used - 12 12/7701 CBS
Rare 1977 UK 45rpm Three Track 12 Inch With Stunning Sonics.... more details
 
Weather Report - 8:30 8:30
Jazz New - LP PC2 36030 Columbia
Factory Sealed 1979 2LP Gatefold Original. “Weather Report’s Studio Mastery Sometimes Overshadows The Fact That It Was Also A Live Juggernaut — So Don't Overlook The Outstanding Live And Studio Album From 1979, 8:30. This Was A Rare Quartet Version Of Weather Report, With Co-Leaders In Keyboardist Joe Zawinul And Saxophonist Wayne Shorter. The Bassist Was The Inimitable Jaco Pastorius, The Drummer A Young Peter Erskine. Pastorius Is Otherworldly On Early Gems Like "Black Market," The Breakneck "Teen Town," And His Solo Showcase, "Slang" (In Which He Quotes Jimi Hendrix's "Third Stone From The Sun"). Shorter Is Most Involved On The Album’s Slower Pieces Like "A Remark You Made," "In A Silent Way," And His Own Solo Piece, "Thanks For The Memory"; Zawinul And Erskine Shine On The Swinging Version Of "Birdland" And Roller Coaster Ride Of The "Badia/Boogie Woogie Waltz" Medley. Four Studio Tracks (Side Four) Close 8:30 With A Flourish — And Some Surprises. Pastorius Duets On Drums With Zawinul On The Brief Title Track, Then Plays Double Drums With Erskine (As Erich Zawinul Plays Percussion) On The Playful "Brown Street." Zawinul Then Throws A Curve With "The Orphan," Dueting With Shorter As Ten Members Of The West Los Angeles Christian Academy Children's Choir Chant Harmonies. The Saxophonist Gets In The Last Word, Though, With His Burning Composition "Sightseeing" — On Which He Plays Unison Lines With Zawinul Over Pastorius' Rare Walking Bassline And Erskine's Most Aggressive Drumming. A Future Jazz Standard Ending One Of This Band's Standard-Setting LPs.” Bill Meredith, AMG.... more details
 
Weather Report - Tale Spinnin' Tale Spinnin'
Jazz New - LP PC 33417 Columbia
Sealed 1975 Original. 4 Stars In All Music Guide.... more details
 
Weather Report - Black Market Black Market
Jazz New - LP 25AP 57 CBS / Sony
New, Unplayed Japanese Pressing With Obi.... more details
 
Weather Report - Sportin' Life Sportin' Life
Jazz New - LP 28AP 3027 CBS / Sony
New, Unplayed Japanese Pressing With Obi. Besides The Dodgy 80s Cover Art, This Is One Of Their Best Albums.... more details
 
Weather Report - Night Passage Night Passage
Jazz Audiophile - LP 30AP 1956 CBS Mastersound
New, Unplayed Japanese Mastersound Rarity With Obi And All Inserts.... more details
 
Weather Report - Heavy Weather Heavy Weather
Jazz Used - LP 25AP 357 CBS / Sony
Near Mint Japanese Pressing With Obi. 5 Star Jazz!... more details
 
Weather Report - Weather Report Weather Report
Jazz Used - LP C 30661 Columbia
1971 Original With 1C/1A Stampers. Shrink Wrap Intact With Custom Downbeat "Jazz Album Of The Year" Hype Sticker. Joe Zawinul, Wayne Shorter, Mirosalv Vitous, Airto Moreira And Alphonse Mouzon. 5 Star Jazz.... more details
 
Weather Report - I Sing The Body Electric I Sing The Body Electric
Jazz New - LP PC 31352 Columbia
Sealed And Pristine 1972 2nd Issue (PC Prefix Released Shortly After The KC Prefix). One Of The Top Fusion Albums Of The 1970's. Joe Zawinul, Keyboards; Wayne Shorter, Reeds; Miroslav Vitous, Bass; Eric Gravatt, Drums; Dom Um Romao, Percussion.... more details
 
Weather Report - Sportin' Life Sportin' Life
Jazz New - LP FC 39908 Columbia
Sealed 1985 Original. Custom Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Their Best Album From This Period Featuring The Superb "Pearl On The Half Shell" "What's Going On" And More.... more details
 
Weather Report - Heavy Weather Heavy Weather
Jazz Used - LP PC 34418 Columbia
Beautiful 1977 Original Still In Shrink Wrap. The Album That Made Them Famous, Featuring Such Killer Cuts As "Birdland," "Teen Town," "A Remark You Made." 1B/1A Stampers. Comes With The Original Custom Brown Inner Sleeve. Glossy, Unplayed Condition.... more details
 
Weather Report - Birdland Birdland
Jazz Used - 12 AS 318 Columbia
First Copy We Have Ever Seen Of This 1977 White Label Promo Only 12 Inch Housed In A Picture Sleeve. 1B/1A Stampers. Appears Unplayed. Label Is Printed "A Special Pressing For Radio Only." Contains The 3 Minute 45 Second Edited Version And The 5 Minute 59 Second Long Version On Both Sides.... more details
 
Weather Report - Mr. Gone Mr. Gone
Jazz Audiophile - LP 25AP 1060 CBS Master Sound
Stunning Japanese Master Sound Pressing With Obi And Inserts.... more details
 
Weather Report - Tale Spinnin' Tale Spinnin'
Jazz Used - LP PC 33417 Columbia
Beautiful 1975 Original With Gold "For Military Sale Only" Stamp On The Rear Jacket.... more details
 
Weather Report - Sweetnighter Sweetnighter
Jazz New - LP PC 32210 Columbia
Sealed 1973 2nd Issue (PC Prefix). Features Some Incredible Tracks Such As "Boogie Woogie Waltz," "Manolete" And More And Featuring Audiophile Quality Sound. One Of The Landmark Albums Of The Fusion Era.... more details
 
Weather Report - Sweetnighter Sweetnighter
Jazz Used - LP KC 32210 Columbia
1973 Original (KC Prefix) With 1A/1A Stampers. Features Some Incredible Tracks Such As "Boogie Woogie Waltz," "Manolete" And More And Featuring Audiophile Quality Sound. One Of The Landmark Albums Of The Fusion Era. Lower Right Corner Push.... more details
 
Weather Report - 8:30 8:30
Jazz Used - LP 40AP 1640-1 CBS / Sony
Near Mint 1979 Japanese 2LP Gatefold.... more details
 
Weather Report - Black Market Black Market
Jazz Used - LP 25AP 57 CBS / Sony
Beautiful 1976 Japanese Pressing, No Obi.... more details
 
Weather Report - Heavy Weather Heavy Weather
Jazz Audiophile - LP ORG 113 ORG
Sealed, Limited Edition 45rpm 2LP 180gm HQ Housed In A Deluxe Gatefold Jacket. An All-Time Classic.... more details
 
Weather Report - Heavy Weather Heavy Weather
Jazz Used - LP 25AP 357 CBS / Sony
Hard To Find Japanese Pressing. The Album That Made Them Famous, Featuring Such Killer Cuts As "Birdland," "Teen Town," "A Remark You Made."... more details
 
Weather Report - Procession Procession
Jazz New - LP FC 38427 Columbia
Sealed 1983 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve And Album Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap.... more details
 
Weather Report - Mysterious Traveller Mysterious Traveller
Jazz Used - LP PC 32494 Columbia
1974 Original. 4 1/2 Stars In All Music Guide. Features Dom Um Romao. Appears Unplayed. G1A/G1A Stampers.... more details
 
Weather Report - Tale Spinnin' Tale Spinnin'
Jazz Used - LP PC 33417 Columbia
1975 White Label Promo, Custom Inner Sleeve, Cut Corner. 4 Stars In All Music Guide. Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
Weather Report - Weather Report Weather Report
Jazz Used - LP KC 30661 Columbia
1971 Original 1C/1A Stampers. Promotional Type Cut Corner. Joe Zawinul, Wayne Shorter, Miroslav Vitous, Airto Moreira And Alphonse Mouzon. 5 Star Jazz. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Weather Report - Heavy Weather Heavy Weather
Jazz Used - LP PC 34418 Columbia
1977 Original With Custom Brown Inner Sleeve. 1A/1B Stampers! Their Monster Album From 1977 Featuring "Birdland", Jaco's Incredible Bass Line On "Teen Town" And Other Great Tunes. Makes The 45rpm ORG Seem Overly Bright On The Top End. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Weather Report - Weather Report Weather Report
Jazz Audiophile - LP ORGM 2004 ORG Music
Sealed 2014 180gm 45rpm 2LP Housed In A Deluxe Gatefold Cover With Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. Mastered By Bernie Grundman From The Original Analog Tapes And Pressed At Pallas. Joe Zawinul, Wayne Shorter, Mirosalv Vitous, Airto Moreira And Alphonse Mouzon. 5 Stars All Music Guide.... more details
 
Weather Report - Weather Report Weather Report
Jazz Used - LP PC 30661 Columbia
Beautiful Second Pressing (Originals Had KC Prefix). Joe Zawinul, Wayne Shorter, Miroslav Vitous, Airto Moreira And Alphonse Mouzon. 5 Star Jazz. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Weather Report - Night Passage Night Passage
Jazz Audiophile - LP 30AP 1956 CBS / Sony
1980 Japanese Mastersound Rarity With All Inserts, No Obi. LP Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
Weather Report - Heavy Weather Heavy Weather
Jazz Audiophile - LP ORG 113 ORG
2011 Limited Edition 45rpm 2LP 180gm HQ Housed In A Deluxe Gatefold Jacket. An All-Time Classic. Open Copy.... more details
 
Weather Report - 8:30 8:30
Jazz Used - LP PC2 36030 Columbia
1979 2LP Gatefold Original. Both LPs Appear Unplayed. “Weather Report’s Studio Mastery Sometimes Overshadows The Fact That It Was Also A Live Juggernaut — So Don't Overlook The Outstanding Live And Studio Album From 1979, 8:30. This Was A Rare Quartet Version Of Weather Report, With Co-Leaders In Keyboardist Joe Zawinul And Saxophonist Wayne Shorter. The Bassist Was The Inimitable Jaco Pastorius, The Drummer A Young Peter Erskine. Pastorius Is Otherworldly On Early Gems Like "Black Market," The Breakneck "Teen Town," And His Solo Showcase, "Slang" (In Which He Quotes Jimi Hendrix's "Third Stone From The Sun"). Shorter Is Most Involved On The Album’s Slower Pieces Like "A Remark You Made," "In A Silent Way," And His Own Solo Piece, "Thanks For The Memory"; Zawinul And Erskine Shine On The Swinging Version Of "Birdland" And Roller Coaster Ride Of The "Badia/Boogie Woogie Waltz" Medley. Four Studio Tracks (Side Four) Close 8:30 With A Flourish — And Some Surprises. Pastorius Duets On Drums With Zawinul On The Brief Title Track, Then Plays Double Drums With Erskine (As Erich Zawinul Plays Percussion) On The Playful "Brown Street." Zawinul Then Throws A Curve With "The Orphan," Dueting With Shorter As Ten Members Of The West Los Angeles Christian Academy Children's Choir Chant Harmonies. The Saxophonist Gets In The Last Word, Though, With His Burning Composition "Sightseeing" — On Which He Plays Unison Lines With Zawinul Over Pastorius' Rare Walking Bassline And Erskine's Most Aggressive Drumming. A Future Jazz Standard Ending One Of This Band's Standard-Setting LPs.” Bill Meredith, AMG.... more details
 
Weather Report - Live In Tokyo Live In Tokyo
Jazz New - LP SOPJ-12-13-XR CBS / Sony
Sealed And Pristine Japan Only 2LP Gatefold With Obi. Promotional "Sample" Sticker On Shrink Wrap Indicates This May Be A White Label Promo. "While Side Two Of I Sing The Body Electric Gives Us Heavily Edited Glimpses Of Weather Report As Heard Live In Tokyo, This Two-Disc Japanese Import Contains Entire Group Ensembles From That Concert — And As Such, It Is A Revelation. Now We Can Follow The Wild, Stream-Of-Consciousness Evolution Of Early Weather Report Workouts, Taking The Listener Into All Kinds Of Stylistic Territory — From Joe Zawinul's Lone Acoustic Piano To Dissonant Free Form And Electronic Explosions — With Lots Of Adjustments Of Tempo And Texture. The Pulse Of Jazz Is More Evident In Their Work Here Than On Their American Albums, And The Example Of Miles Davis Circa The Fillmore Concerts Directs The Fierce Interplay. In His Subsequent Recordings With Weather Report, And As A Leader, Wayne Shorter Would Rarely Equal The Manic Intensity He Displayed In Tokyo. All Of The Music Is Encapsulated In Five Lengthy "Medleys" Of WR's Repertoire, Three Of Which Contain Elongated Versions Of Themes From The Group's Eponymously Titled Debut Album From 1971. This Would Be The Radical Apogee Of Weather Report On Records, Though They Could Retain This Level Of Fire In Concert For Years To Come." Richard S. Ginell, AMG.... more details
 
Weather Report - Night Passage Night Passage
Jazz Used - LP JC 36793 Columbia
1980 Original With Custom Glossy Inner Sleeve. Mastered At Allen Zentz LA, Calif. Appears Unplayed. “All Things Being Relative, This Is Weather Report's Straightahead Album, Where The Elaborate Production Layers Of The Late-'70s Gave Way To Sparer Textures And More Unadorned Solo Improvisation In The Jazz Tradition, Electric Instruments And All. The Flaw Of This Album Is The Shortage Of Really Memorable Compositions; It Is More Of A Vehicle For The Virtuosic Feats Of What Is Considered By Some To Be The Classic WR Lineup -- Joe Zawinul, Wayne Shorter, Jaco Pastorius, Robert Thomas, Jr. And Peter Erskine. For Erskine, This Is Is First Full Studio Album And He Amply Demonstrates His Terrific Sense Of Forward Drive Unique Among The Other Superb Drummers In WR Annals. "Port Of Entry" Is A Tour De Force For Jaco, Who Knocks Off Several Of Those Unbelievably Slippery, Pointed Runs That Have Made Him A Posthumous Legend. There Is Also A Tremendously Fun Retro Trip To Duke Ellington's "Rockin' In Rhythm," Everybody Swinging Their Heads And Hands Off.” Richard S. Ginell, AMG.... more details
 

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