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August 06, 2008

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Alex K. Fong

Not only is it hard to search Amazon and iTunes, but records get filed erroneously all the time. When one lists records by genre, it'll throw in things from the Beastie Boys! Still, some great deals, including a few fusion-era Herbie albums for less that $5. Actually a lot of fusion for less than $5. I don't know what that says about fusion or my taste, but there it is.

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