Slam Productions is Brit Jazz sax/reedsman’ /composer/bandleader George Haslams record label & has a fine catalogue of music. This label has been one of my better discoveries so far this year, with the output I have bought so far pretty much always exceeding my expectations/preconceptions.
Anyhoo this Winter offer is a selection of 10 CDs from the Slam 500 series, which focuses on International artists. The offer allows you to buy the whole lot together or a smaller selection, as you wish for £1 per album + £5 postage per order.
Worth pointing out that this is a genuine good offer & these are not the typical ‘filler albums’ often seen in such deals. Most of these have garnered high praise from critics & would typically set you back a lot more than this. I totted them up on Slams normal ordering page & they came to around £75 delivered with Slams 15% discount for multi item orders.
Anyhoo to qualify for this offer you must follow the instructions on Slams home page & apply using the email link…Stating all the items required + no’s of each item + your postal adress & preferred method of payment so George can invoice you for payment. If you try & order through the main site, the offer won’t apply & you will pay full price.
All the details are here too, but any doubts look at Slams home page too.
Here’s the offer CDs
SLAMCD 506 Umo Jazz Orchestra ‘PLAYS THE MUSIC OF MUHAL RICHARD ABRAMS’
SLAMCD 512 ‘TRANSMUTATIONS’ STEFANO PASTOR QUARTET
SLAMCD 515 ‘CUBAN MELTDOWN’
SLAMCD 516 ‘ASTROLABIOANIMA’ Giovanni Sollima, Alessandro Gandola.
SLAMCD 517 ‘MAGIQUE’ HOT TUNE
SLAMCD 518 ‘SOLO BONE’ SAMUEL BLASER
SLAMCD 519 ‘Chants’ Stefano Pastor
SLAMCD 521 ‘Tőnk/Stump’ Szilard Mezei
SLAMCD 522 ‘Singularity’ Nick & Leonid Vintskevich
SLAMCD 523 ‘DIALOGUES’ Sebastiano Meloni
Email your order to us at email@example.com ~ include:
Your postal address,
Preferred method of payment – (Paypal, bank transfer, cheque etc.).
We will send you Paypal invoice or bank transfer details.
Mine already arrived here yesterday & have been ripped ready for streaming. “Singularity” & Cuban Meltdown are both albums I had already, but my copy of Cuban Meltdown had an unrippable first track, so is in the process of being returned to Music Magpie, soo a fresh minty copy is nice & Singularity will make a nice gift for a mate. Both these albums are actually pretty accessible & really good & I reckon most jazz fans would find these both interesting & enjoyable. Slam’s site is also pretty good for a brief synopsis & including decent critical reviews of most albums