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Holmes, Marvin - It's About Time
Killer 1983 Private Label Funk Original Out Of Oakland, CA. Contains The Amazing "Can I Get Nasty" & "Contraband." Features Pee Wee Ellis & Babatunde. Anyone Lucky Enough To Own An Original Copy Of Don Blackman's Only LP Should Love This Also....more
Davis, Miles - Bitches Brew-Red Wax Promo
Only The Second Copy We Have Ever Seen Of This Rare 1999 Promo Only Label Red Virgin Vinyl 12 Inch Picture Sleeve. Side A "Bitches Brew" 11 Minutes 32 Seconds; Side B "Spanish Key" 11 Minutes 50 Seconds. New, Unplayed Condition. Extremely Limited Pressing....more
Flamin' Groovies - Sneakers
Sealed 1968 Very Limited Pressing Original 10" Debut, Self-Released By The Flamin' Groovies. First Copy We Have Ever Had In Stock....more
Grateful Ded - Dead In Cornell Vol. 1
Sealed 2014 2LP Unofficial Release With Custom Hype Sticker On Cover....more
Faces - A Nod Is As Good As A Wink... To A Blind Horse
Sealed 180gm HQ Vinyl Reissue. Includes Giant Original Poster....more
Rolling Stones - Aftermath
Sealed Early 1970s 2nd Issue Stereo. Jacket Appears Identical To An Original, But Not Quite As Heavy....more
Iggy Pop & James Williamson - Kill City
Sealed 1977 Limited Edition Original Pressed On Green Vinyl. Shrink Wrap Has Custom Hype Sticker. Vinyl Scan Is Of An Open Copy We Previously Had In Stock. “To Say Iggy Pop Had Hit Bottom In 1975 Is An Understatement; After The Final Collapse Of The Stooges, Iggy Sank Deep Into Drug Addiction And Depression, And He Eventually Checked Himself Into A Mental Hospital In A Desperate Effort To Get Himself Clean And Functional Again. At The Same Time, James Williamson, His Guitarist And Writing Partner In The Last Edition Of The Stooges, Still Believed Their Collaboration Had Some Life In It, And He Talked His Way Into Jimmy Webb's Home Studio To Record Demos In Hopes Of Scoring A Record Deal. Iggy Checked Out Of The Hospital For A Weekend To Cut Vocal Tracks, And While The Demos They Made Were Quite Good, No Record Companies Were Willing To Take A Chance On Them. The Tapes Sat Unnoticed Until 1977, When Bomp! Records Issued The 1975 Demos Under The Title Kill City After Iggy Launched A Comeback With The David Bowie-Produced The Idiot. Kill City Never Hits As Hard As The Manic Roar Of The Stooges' Raw Power, But The Songs Are Very Good, And The Album's More Measured Approach Suits The Dark, Honest Tone Of The Material. The Sense Of Defeat That Runs Through "Sell Your Love," "I Got Nothin'," And "No Sense Of Crime" Was Doubtless A Mirror Of Iggy's State Of Mind, But He Expressed His Agony With Blunt Eloquence, And His Sneering Rejection Of The Hollywood Street Scene In "Lucky Monkeys" Is All The More Cutting Coming From A Man Who Had Lived Through The Worst Of It. And In The Title Song, Iggy Expressed His State Of Mind And Sense Of Purpose With A Fierce Clarity: "If I Have To Die Here, First I'm Going To Make Some Noise."” – Mark Deming, AMG...more
Echo And The Bunnymen - BBC Recordings 1979-1980
Sealed 2018 Unofficial Release,...more
Faces - Long Player
Factory Sealed 1971 Green Label Die-Cut Cover Original. CC. 5 Stars In All Music Guide....more
Richie, Lionel - All Night Long
1983 12 Inch With The 1984 Olympics Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. One Of The Most Difficult To Find Titles From Harry Pearson's TAS Superdisc List....more
Borodin - Symphony No. 2
Sealed 200gm Quiex SV-P Shaded Dog Stereo Reissue. London Symphony Orchestra Conducted By Jean Martinon....more
Blind Faith - Blind Faith
Sealed 2008 180gm Reissue. One In An Initial Series Of Back On Black Reissues In Which All Titles Are Pressed On 180gm HQ Vinyl And Retain All Elements Of The Original Artwork (Well, Except The Numbering Series And Inclusion Of Barcodes)....more
Isley Brothers - Showdown
Sealed 1978 Gatefold Original. Includes "Take Me To The Next Phase Parts 1 & 2." Pristine Copy. “The Isley Brothers' 3 + 3 Lineup Only Lasted About Ten Years, Which Isn't That Long When You Consider That The Group Was Formed In 1954 (19 Years Before The 3 + 3 Lineup Was Unveiled) And Was Still Touring In The Late '90s. By 1980, You Were Hearing More And More Complaints About How Formulaic The 3 + 3 Lineup Had Become, But When Showdown Came Out In 1978, The Lineup Hadn't Lost Any Of Its Freshness. Showdown, In Fact, Is Generally Excellent. The Isleys Bring A Great Deal Of Passion To Funk/Rock Scorchers Like "Rockin' With Fire," "Love Fever," And The Number One Hit "Take Me To The Next Phase," And They Are Equally Appealing On The Smooth, Caressing Slow Jam "Groove With You" (Another Major Hit). Meanwhile, The Slow-Burning "Ain't Givin' Up No Love" Is One Of The Most Bluesy Things That The 3 + 3 Sextet Recorded. 1977's Go For Your Guns, The Album That Preceded Showdown, Was An Incredibly Tough Act To Follow. But Even If Showdown Isn't Quite In A Class With That Treasure, It Comes Impressively Close.” Alex Henderson, AMG....more
Young Rascals - Young Rascals
New, Unplayed 1981 Japanese Stereo Reissue....more
Tchaikovsky - Romeo & Juliet
Sealed 2002 200gm SV-P Stereo Reissue. Charles Munch Conducting The Boston Symphony Orchestra....more

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