We’ve flipped over the entirety of the recent used cd arrivals area at the front door. Here's the rundown on this week's used cds. Jazz takes up the prime real estate in this week’s incoming used CD infusion. There’s a sizeable portion of greasy B-3 organ dates from the likes of Charles Earland, Baby Face Willette and four (!) sessions from Larry Young. We’ve got a smattering of John Coltrane-affiliated pieces: some under his name, some featuring supporting work from Trane and some led by like-minded compatriots like Elvin Jones and Marion Brown. Modernists like Dave Douglas, Ricky Ford and Steve Coleman take up welcome space as well. Outside of jazz, there are stray shots from blues titans Mike Bloomfield, Muddy Waters and John Lee Hooker, and forward-thinking hip-hop from El-P, Dan the Automator, and the criminally slept-on debut from the Mountain Brothers. Watch this space for a whole new batch next week of the deepest and cleanest used CD selection.