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$35

Ennio Morricone – Maddalena (Colonna Sonora Originale Del Film)

Another Ennio Moriccone classic Italian OST from 1971. However, I don't believe this is the original first Italian press (no matrix number the run-out groove). Great album/soundtrack none-the-less.

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$25

Meiko Kaji – Jeans Blues / Ingabana

Fantastic, original OST single with stunning picture sleeve and in great condition. Such a gorgeous track on the A-side.

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$50

John Coltrane – A Love Supreme

Simply one the greatest jazz albums of all time. Listen to it in all it's splendor on this immaculate Japanese press. Complete set with gatefold cover, both inserts and obi. I literally cannot see or hear a single flaw. It's like it was pressed yesterday. A perfect copy.

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$35

John Coltrane Quartet – Crescent

Japanese press with gatefold cover, obi and insert. Absolutely stunning condition and the complete set (obi/insert).

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$40

Miles Davis – On the Corner

Hated upon release, but has become one of Miles' essential albums. This is a beautiful Japanese release complete with obi and both inserts and in immaculate condition.

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$30

Miles Davis at “Plugged Nickel”, Chicago.

Recorded in 1965, this is (I believe) a Japan only release from 1976 on CBS/Sony, Japan. This is in close to perfect condition and is the complete set (obi and insert).

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$120

Zen Music (6LP set)

It took some time, but I managed to track down the complete set of all 6 LPs to this beautiful collection of music. I think the first paragraph of the first LP sums it up best:

“Honkyoku, the selections of Shakuhachi music on this disk are one of artistic musics, but are religious in nature. This music was payed as a ritual by the priests belonging to the Fuke sect, which is one of the Zen sects of Buddhism. It is natural to say that these tunes should contain the essence of the thought of Zen and the spirit of the Orient. Therefore, we may call them 'Zen music'”

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$30

OST – Bruce Lee – Fist of Fury

Fantastic Japanese press of one of the killer Bruce Lee soundtracks. Includes the often missing obi.

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$60

Isao Suzuki Quartet +1 – Blue City

Beautiful Japanese jazz on Three Blind Mice. Complete with booklet style insert and obi. Very first Japanese press (TBM-24)!

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$100

Matsuribayashi ga kikoeru (OST)

Fantastic Soul/Funk soundtrack by George Yanagi and the Nadja band from 1977 that has reached legendary status due to it's smooth grooves, sample value and big, open drum break. This is the original Japanese press, complete set with obi and insert and in great condition!

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$160

Yura Yura Teikoku – Hollow Me

Psychedelic rock, old or new, does not come much better than Yura Yura Teikoku. Featuring the amazing Shintaro Sakamoto (who has since released a number of solo albums), this is a two LP studio release that sees the band move towards the mellow side of the genre when compared with their earlier albums (which makes sense if you listen to Sakamoto's solo stuff). It must have had a very limited run since it is very, very difficult to find now days. This copy is in top condition and includes the insert. It never came with an obi so this is the complete set.

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$70

Toshiaki Tsushima – The War In Space (OST)

First, original Japanese press of this scarce sci-fi OST from 1977. An atmospheric and diverse soundtrack that features great orchestral arrangements interspersed with funky interludes and ambient electronics. This is the complete set that includes the gatefold cover, single page insert and fold out poster.

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$40

Jimmy, Yoko & Shin – Sei Shonagon

An interesting and unusual avante-jazz album that ranges from free/experimental to spritual style jazz and then hits you with some funk/fusion stabs.

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$35

Jun Mayuzumi – Something Feelin’ and it’s Saturday Night

Fantastic and under-rated/under-the-rader single that in my opinion as as good as the more well known Black Room. Amazing, up-tempo groove with great horn lines. B-side is a really nice slower smooth-groove track.

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$40

Sadao Watanabe – Shinjuku no sora kara utsukushii uta

Scarce, promtional release by FM Tokyo that was not for public sale. This album features live orchestral music on the A-side and jazz phenom, Sadao Watanabe on the B. The stand-out is an amazing version of Tomorrow Never Knows with a deep groove that really cooks as the track progresses. It’s a very long track, with a number of solos and you can hear the band really getting into it. Of the few times I’ve seen this record for sale, I’ve never seen it with an obi.

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