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  • All prices include shipping!
  • The “CD-R”s are burned on a computer, and come with full-color labels and case inserts. Sound quality is identical to commercial CD’s, but you do need to handle them a bit more carefully.
  • The “Thursday Group Compilation” CD-R includes all but one of the tracks from the original 1983 “Thursday Group” LP (you know…those big black plastic disks that you had to turn over to listen to the rest of the album), and all tracks from the 1988 CD “Uncle Mean” – over 77 minutes of vintage, totally original jazz/fusion for only $8.50 (such a deal!).
  • Original copies of “Very Scary” are no longer available, so it is also a CD-R (for only $8.50 – such another deal!). We have the original, direct metal mastered LP available as well, for $9.50 – however it does not include the cuts “Forge” or “Evidence”. Excellent sound, though!

Clayton Englar and Equinox – “Last World”

Album art for 'Last World'

“Last World” (CD): $13.50

Windmill Saxophone Quartet – “This’n’That”

Album art for 'This n That'

“This’n’That” (CD): $13.50

Windmill Saxophone Quartet – “A Touch of Evil”

Album art for 'Last World'

“Touch of Evil” (CD): $13.50

Windmill Saxophone Quartet – “Very Scary”

Album art for 'Very Scary'

“Very Scary” (CD-R): $8.50

Windmill Saxophone Quartet – “Very Scary” – LP

Album art for 'Very Scary'

“Very Scary” (LP record – direct metal mastered): $9.50

Windmill Saxophone Quartet – “Live at Twins Jazz”

Album art for 'Live at Twins Jazz'

“Live at Twins Jazz” (CD-R): $6.50

Thursday Group

Album art for 'Thursday Group Compilation'

“Thursday Group Compilation” (CD-R): $8.50