March-ing to Catch Up
Dear Public Recordeers,
You may have missed us last week as some extenuating circumstances denied us to opportunity to produce an album of the week segment. However, we shall rectify that right now with an emergency catch up session. Due to the rapid approach of St. Patrick’s Day and our large stash of select Irish tunes and albums to drop on you, we will not be doing a deep dive into a particular artist or album for the first week of March, 2020.
What we will do is address a concern that was raised by a notoriously adept member of the Lancaster musical community. A certain Mr. Corty Byron noticed that our jazz selection needed a little girth. We were a tad light for his liking and so always happy to oblige the populace, The Public Records has decided to do a large jazz drop for Mr. Byron and all those others out there who appreciate America’s genre.
Therefore, The Public Records is happy to announce that for the first time since its inception it is liquidating an entire stash. 34 new titles will be hitting the ‘These Just In Shelf’ for the remainder of the month and comprise a whole host of artists from all over the genre. From bossa nova to bop, we have you covered. And to get you started, we recommend a 1975 BASF production of a George Duke and Frank Zappa collaboration, ‘The Aura Will Prevail‘ featuring Airto Moreira, Leon ‘Ndugu’ Chancler, Alphonso ‘Slim’ Johnson, Sylvia St. James, Kathy Woehrle, and Gee Janzen. Dig in!