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Further Adventures Of
Used Import - TN-33
1978 Original Import Housed In A Gatefold. ... more
The Road North
Used - LP - LP-155
1989 Original Pressing. The Only Vinyl Pressing Of This Highly Regarded New-Age Album. Along With Clannad And Enya Records This Kickstarted The Celtic-New Age Fusion That Exploded In Popularity In The '90s. ... more
Used - LP - TC 38358
1982 Original With Inner Sleeve. The Sixth Album Is Stripped Down To Just Bruce, Guitar & Harmonica. 5 Stars On AMG. ... more
The Greatest Ray Charles (Do The Twist With Ray Charles)
Used - LP - SD 8054
1970's Pressing In NM Condition. You Can't Go Wrong With This Greatest Hits LP. "What'D I Say", "I Got A Woman" & Talkin' 'Bout You". ... more
Peter Case
Used - LP - GHS 24105
1986 Debut Original. "By The Mid-'80S, Peter Case Had Made A Name For Himself As One Of The Most Exciting Talents On The Los Angeles Rock & Roll Scene, First With The Pioneering Power Pop Group The Nerves And Later The Explosive R&B-Influenced Garage Pop Act The Plimsouls. The Plimsouls' Second Album, 1983'S Everywhere At Once, Made It Clear Case Knew How To Write A Memorable Song And Make A Powerful Record. But It Didn't Prepare Anyone For The Revelation Of Peter Case, His 1986 Solo Debut. The Album Saw Case Moving Away From Straightforward Rock & Roll Into A More Acoustic-Based Approach, Though Electric Guitars Were Still Part Of Case's Formula, And His Elemental Harmonica Work Confirmed His Connection To The Blues. While The Artist On Peter Case Seemed A Bit More Like A Folkie, He Could Still Write A Melody That Would Stick In The Ear, And As A Lyricist, He'd Taken His Craft To A New Level. Peter Case Was Literate And Introspective In A Way Case's Previous Songwriting Was Not, But Without Seeming Pretentious Or Self-Involved. Case's New Songs Often Dealt With A Changing America, Looking Back To The Promise And Turbulence Of The '60S On Songs Like "Steel Strings," "I Shook His Hand," And "Satellite Beach" While Also Pondering The Light And Dark Within The Human Heart On "Small Town Spree" And "Walk In The Woods." Case Wrote And Recorded The Album After Experiencing A Spiritual Awakening, But If Matters Of The Heart And The Soul Are A Frequent Part Of These Songs, Case Shows No Interest In Preaching, Instead Allowing Listeners To Reach Their Own Conclusions From The Lives And Misadventures Of His Characters. And Producer T-Bone Burnett (Assisted By Mitchell Froom On Four Tunes) Helped Case Create A Lively And Expressive Backdrop For The Songs, Aided Immeasurably By Jerry Marotta's Percussion And A Haunting String Arrangement By Van Dyke Parks On "Small Town Spree." Peter Case Would Make Other Albums As Good As His Solo Debut, But There's An Excitement And A Joyous Embrace Of Creative Possibilities That Make It Perhaps His Most Immediately Engaging Album." Mark Deming, AMG. ... more
What Surf
Used - LP - W12-2406
1983 Black Cover Version. A Rare Surf Punk Record With Some Great Bands, Agent Orange, The Halibuts, The Pyramids & Davie Allan & The Arrows. ... more
Used Import - SHL 18012
1980 Italian Pressing. Contains "Cocaine". ... more
Cat People (Original Soundtrack)
Used Import - 204 634
Beautiful 1982 Original Import Of This TAS Superdisc LP. Theme Tune Sung By David Bowie. Mastered At Alan Zentz, Los Angeles. Glossy Condition. ... more
Lee Michaels
Used - LP - SP-3158
1981 Stereo Repressing, With Slight Cover Creasing. “One Of The Masterpieces Of The Period, Lee Michaels Was Essentially Recorded Live In The Studio By Only Michaels (Organ/Bass Pedals) And Frosty On Drums. It's A Fabulous Performance And One Of The Finest R&B/Rock Sets Of The Period. The First Side Is Comprised Of A Medley Of Soulful Workouts That Come Out Sounding Not Unlike Led Zeppelin. Here, Michaels Pulls Out All The Stops (Literally) And Showcases The Organ As A Bona Fide Rock Instrument. Despite The Lengthy Drum Solo, It's One Of The Finest Sides Of Los Angeles Rock & Roll. Michaels Also Reprises "My Friends," A Song From His First Album, To Great Effect. Lee Michaels Is Also Home To The Good-Time, Pro-Drug Anthem "Highty Hi," As Well As An Awesome Cover Of "Stormy Monday." A True Party Platter.” Matthew Greenwald, All Music Guide. ... more
Sonic Seasonings
Used - LP - KG 31234
1972 2LP Original In Gatefold With Poster. "The Same Year Carlos Finalized The Score For A Clockwork Orange, The Composer Recorded A Double Album Named Sonic Seasonings; It Was A Complete Turn Away From The Majestic Synthesizer Soundscapes And Classical Inspirations That Had Marked The Movie Score. Instead, Carlos Recorded Large Amounts Of Environmental Passages To Produce A Work That Cycled Through The Four Seasons. Beginning With Bird Calls And A Thunderstorm To Mark "Spring," Carlos Phrases The Synthesizers Only In Terms Of The Nature Sounds Heard. They Rarely Interject Themselves, And The Result Is Closer To A Nature Recording With Occasional Effects Than A Synthesizer Recording With Nature Sounds. Of Course, There Was No Precedent For "Nature," "Environmental," Or Even "New Age" Music In 1972 -- Sonic Seasonings Was Basically The Genesis For Several Entire Genres Of Music Two Decades Later. As Part Of East Side Digital's Carlos Cd Reissue Campaign, Sonic Seasonings Was Issued As A Two-disc Set, Including The Original Lp Plus A Second Disc Of "Natural" Recordings, Originally Begun In 1986 And Known As Land Of The Midnight Sun." AMG - John Bush ... more

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