Media Condition: Very Good Plus (VG+)
Sleeve Condition: Very Good Plus (VG+)
Lovely copy. Vinyl is clean and glossy with only light signs of play. Sleeve is smart and clean, solid VG+ just has price sticker removal mark to top right, nice strong spine.
Trumpeter Woody Shaw’s 1972 second coming ‘Song of Songs’ is a short climb out of his Blue Note hard-bop era, into the contemporary movements and innovation of jazz in the early 70’s. This rare OG slab is a fine example of free-jazz that’s easy on the senses, yet still feeds the brain the right amount of psychedelics. Heavy resemblance to pre-fusion Miles Davis and Don Cherry’s eastern chill-out jams. -Elliot, Dig Vinyl
A1. Song Of Songs 11:37
A2. The Goat And The Archer 7:33
B1. Love: For The One You Can`t Have 10:03
B2. The Awakening 8:44
Recorded September 15 & 18, 1972 at Contemporary's Studio in Los Angeles.
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Matrix / Runout LKS 325 D2 MR Δ18461 (1) A
Matrix / Runout LKS 326 D1 MR Δ18290 X (1)
Copyright (c) Contemporary Music (2)
Phonographic Copyright (p) Contemporary Records, Inc.
Recorded At Contemporary's Studio