The CO-OP : 

“…a beautiful, diverse, perfect session of jazz.”

– Jazz Times November ’17

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“This is among the most three-dimensional, warm and transparent digital recordings I’ve ever heard.”

– Analog Planet January ’17
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available now at these world-class retailers across the world:


Sonic Boom – Toronto

June Records – Toronto


Amoeba Records – San Francisco

The Audio Salon – Santa Monica

Dimple Records – Sacramento

Salzers Records – Ventura

Soundsations-  Los Angeles


Donut Shoppe Records – Orlando

Sweat Records – Miami

Yesterday and Today Records – Miami

Radioactive Records – Fort Lauderdale


Wax n Facts –  Atlanta


Record Exchange –  Boise


Dusty Groove – Chicago

Sugah Records – Chicago

Reckless Records – Chicago

Record Breakers – Chicago


Vinyl Rescue Project –  Greenwood


Cd Central – Lexington


El Suprimo Records – Baltimore

Celebrated Summer Records – Baltimore

True Vine Records – Baltimore


Newbury Comics – Cambridge, Newbury St. and Northampton stores (for now, expanding imminently)

New York:

The Jazz Center Records – NYC

Academy Records – NYC

Human Head Brooklyn –

Infinity Records – Massapequa Park

High Fidelity CDs and Records – Amityville

Rough Trade Records Brooklyn

A1 Records NYC

The Strand Bookstore 8 miles of books

North Carolina:

Lunchbox Records – Charlotte


Records Per Minute, Columbus


Big Dipper – Oslo


Main Street Music – Manayunk

Repo Records – Philadelphia

Attic Records – Pittsburgh


Snickars Records – Stockholm


Grimeys – Nashville


Silver Platters – Seattle

Zion’s Gate Records – Seattle  Click here for store



This is The CO-OP – conceived and recorded back in the wild and wooly mid-oughts.  The Brown Bros. brought 5 elite musicians together and asked each to bring 1-2 original compositions.   After a day’s worth of rehearsal, we went into the studio for 2 days @ the now defunct Clinton Studios in Hells Kitchen NYC.  We recorded in their live room (wow what a room) and were truly pleased with the output.  Jeremy Pelt did triple-duty as a player, composer and producer, and Steve Mandel recorded the sessions.
The music sat on the shelf for the better part of a decade until the Brown Bros. finally pressed the record.
You  can now listen to this record  pressed on some phat and lovely vinyl, and also on all digital platforms globally.  We invite you to take 40 minutes out of your busy day to do just that.
Thanks for reading.
Yours in Music,
Arvin Suback (of the fighting and writing Suback clan), October 13th, 2017 – somewhere in NYC

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