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Dylan, Bob - Greatest Hits Volume II
1971 2LP Gatefold Original. 1G/1C/1C/1C Stampers. Includes The Never Released on An Album "Watching The River Flow" Plus The Previously Unreleased "Tomorrow Is A Long Time," "When I Paint My Masterpiece" Plus Three Newly Recorded Songs Respectively....more
 
Allman, Duane - An Anthology
Beautiful Two Record Gatefold. Vinyl Appears Unplayed. Corner Cut....more
 
Handel / E. Power Biggs - Sixteen Organ Concertos Vol. 1
360 Stereo Label 3LP Stereo Box Set Original From The Collection Of A Columbia Record Exec. E. Power Biggs Playing An Authentic Handel organ With Sir Adrian Boult Conducting The London Philharmonic Orchestra. Small Promo Sticker On Box. All Three LPs Appear New, Unplayed....more
 
Beck, Jeff - Flash
1985 Original Still In Shrink. Cut At Masterdisk....more
 
Vai, Steve - Passion And Warfare
Sealed 1990 Original. "Widely Acclaimed As His Best Album, Passion And Warfare Finds Steve Vai Coming Into His Own As A Composer, As Well As Bypassing Vocals Almost Entirely. His Style Isn't Quite As Derivative Of Influences Frank Zappa And Joe Satriani As It Was Six Years Earlier On Flex-able; While Some Of Vai's Sense Of Humor Is Still Evident On Tracks Like The Cock Rock Strut Of "The Audience Is Listening," It Is Mostly Replaced By A Spiritual Reflectiveness On Ballads Like "For The Love Of God" And "Blue Powder" And Dignified, Committed Rockers Like "I Would Love To" And "Liberty." Vai Is A More Distinguished Composer Than Most Of His Guitar-shredder Contemporaries, And Rather Than Simply Showing Off His Technique, He Isn't Afraid To Experiment Or Take Chances In His Playing. Thus, Passion And Warfare Is Arguably The Richest And Best Hard Rock Guitar-virtuoso Album Of The '80s." Steve Huey, AMG...more
 
Marsh, Milton - Monism
2016 Remastered Reissue Still In Shrink With Hype Sticker....more
 
White Zombie - Astro-Creep: 2000
2007 Clear With Red Splatter Edition Housed In A Plastic Wallet. Appears New, Unplayed....more
 
Davis, Miles - Agharta
2011 2LP, 180gm Housed In A Gatefold Jacket. Recorded Live At The Osaka Festival Hall, February 1975. Features Sonny Fortune, Michael Henderson, Pete Cosey, Al Foster, Reggie Lucas And Mtume. Both LPs Appear Glossy, Unplayed. 5 Stars....more
 
Harry Connick Jr. - Harry Connick Jr.
Sealed 1987 Original. Not Easy To Find In This Condition....more
 
Beck, Jeff - Beck-Ola
2015 Green Colored Vinyl Reissue....more
 
Jacintha - Autumn Leaves - The Songs Of Johnny Mercer
1999 180g Original With Bonus 180g 45. Cover Is VG+. "Nine Of The 11 Tracks Here Are Ballads. Their Uncluttered Arrangements Spotlight Jacintha's Smooth And Sensuous Voice, While Her Expressive Phrasing Draws The Most From The Classic Johnny Mercer Lyrics. Jacintha Includes The Original Lyrics To "Autumn Leaves," Done In Soft And Flawless French; Otherwise, Her Primary Innovation Is To Deliver The Tunes Straight And Sincerely, With Minimal Improvisation And Maximum Tenderness. There's No Trace Of The Customary Bitterness In "One More For The Road," And Her Unaccompanied Reading Of "Moon River" Liberates That Song From Any Prior Goopy Associations. In Fact, Her Version Brings Out The Poignancy Of The Lyrics So Purely That Her Additional Chorus, Coming After A Rather Wandering Piano Interlude, Seems Redundant. The Band Is Good But Pretty Restrained Throughout, Supplying Subtle Commentary And Close Support, Then Breaks Out Nicely On The Two Up-tempo Tracks: "And The Angels Sing" And "Something's Got To Give." Jacintha's Measured, Legato Approach Isn't Very Conducive To Swinging, But Listening To "Skylark"And "Midnight Sun," In Particular, Is Like Sipping Cool Champagne In A Fragrant Hot Tub. Another Highlight Is The Bonus Track, "Here's To Life," A Signature Tune For Shirley Horn, Which Jacintha Takes At A Slightly Faster Tempo. While It's Not A Mercer Lyric, Its Beautiful Sentiments And Melody Fit Nicely Into This Relaxed And Intimate Set. Whatever This Cd May Lack In Fire, It Makes Up For In Warmth." Judith Schlesinger, AMG...more
 
Beethoven - Violinkonzert
1974 Import On Red Phillips Stereo Label....more
 
Vanilla Fudge - Vanilla Fudge
2004 Mono Reissue. "Nine Of The 11 Tracks Here Are Ballads. Their Uncluttered Arrangements Spotlight Jacintha's Smooth And Sensuous Voice, While Her Expressive Phrasing Draws The Most From The Classic Johnny Mercer Lyrics. Jacintha Includes The Original Lyrics To "Autumn Leaves," Done In Soft And Flawless French; Otherwise, Her Primary Innovation Is To Deliver The Tunes Straight And Sincerely, With Minimal Improvisation And Maximum Tenderness. There's No Trace Of The Customary Bitterness In "One More For The Road," And Her Unaccompanied Reading Of "Moon River" Liberates That Song From Any Prior Goopy Associations. In Fact, Her Version Brings Out The Poignancy Of The Lyrics So Purely That Her Additional Chorus, Coming After A Rather Wandering Piano Interlude, Seems Redundant. The Band Is Good But Pretty Restrained Throughout, Supplying Subtle Commentary And Close Support, Then Breaks Out Nicely On The Two Up-tempo Tracks: "And The Angels Sing" And "Something's Got To Give." Jacintha's Measured, Legato Approach Isn't Very Conducive To Swinging, But Listening To "Skylark"And "Midnight Sun," In Particular, Is Like Sipping Cool Champagne In A Fragrant Hot Tub. Another Highlight Is The Bonus Track, "Here's To Life," A Signature Tune For Shirley Horn, Which Jacintha Takes At A Slightly Faster Tempo. While It's Not A Mercer Lyric, Its Beautiful Sentiments And Melody Fit Nicely Into This Relaxed And Intimate Set. Whatever This Cd May Lack In Fire, It Makes Up For In Warmth.in A Debut Consisting Of Covers, Nobody Could Accuse Vanilla Fudge Of Bad Taste In Their Repertoire; With Stoned-out, Slowed-down Versions Of Such Then-recent Classics As "Ticket To Ride," "Eleanor Rigby," And "People Get Ready," They Were Setting The Bar Rather High For Themselves. Even The One Suspect Choice -- Sonny Bono's "Bang Bang" -- Turns Out To Be Rivaled Only By Mott The Hoople's Version Of "Laugh At Me" In Putting Bono's Songwriting In The Kindest Possible Light. Most Of The Tracks Here Share The Common Structure Of A Disjointed Warm-up Jam, A Hammond-heavy Dirge Of Harmonized Vocals At The Center, And A Final Flat-out Jam. Still, Some Succeed Better Than Others: "You Keep Me Hanging On" Has A Wonderfully Hammered-out Drum Part, And "She's Not There" Boasts Some Truly Groovy Organ Jams. While The Pattern Can Sound Repetitive Today, Each Song Still Works As A Time Capsule Of American Psychedelia." Paul Collins, AMG...more
 
Motley Crue - Too Fast For Love
1982 Second Issue Allied Pressing, Black And Red Labels. Originals Were On The Indie Leathur Records....more
 
Horne, Lena - Lady And Her Music
1983 2LP Half-Speed Master Housed In A Gatefold Jacket. LPs Pressed In Japan By JVC. Produced By Quincy Jones. Both LPs In Glossy, Unplayed Condition. 5 Star Lena! “The Success Of Lena Horne: The Lady And Her Music, Which Opened At The Nederlander Theater On Broadway On May 12, 1981, And Ran 333 Performances, Until June 30, 1982 (Horne's 65th Birthday) Was A Cumulative One. Horne Had Been Performing In Nightclubs, Theaters, And Casinos For 40 Years, Singing Many Of The Same Songs She Sang At The Nederlander, But Somehow The Broadway Context And Her Perseverance Combined To Make This More Than A Glorified Club Act. Horne Had The Benefit Of Being An Artist Who Had Faced Adversity (Particularly, The Vicissitudes Of Being An African-American Star In Hollywood In The 1940s) And, If Not Triumphed, At Least Persisted, So That, As She Reached Her Golden Age, Her Struggles Within The Entertainment Business Could Be Seen As Heroic. And, She Was Still At It, Which Made Her, In The Nomenclature Of The Time, A "Survivor." That Earned Her Gales Of Applause From Theatergoers Who Had Made The Journey With Her And From New Fans Who Were Too Young To Remember Her And Were Discovering Her Anew. The Show Made Some Attempt To At Least Trace The Outlines Of Horne's Career From Being A Cotton Club Chorus Girl In The 1930s To A Movie Star In The '40s. After A Clutch Of Initial Songs, An Announcer Made A Cotton Club Announcement, And There Was A Short Dramatic Scene Featuring Several Other Performers Who Gave Horne A Breather By Doing A Few Numbers. Otherwise, She Periodically Interrupted The Run Of Songs For Personal Reminiscences About Her Career As Introductions To Songs With Which She Was Associated From Her Movie And Previous Broadway Musical Appearances. The Bulk Of The Show, However, Was Given Over To Her Typically Moving Interpretations Of Classic Songs By Cole Porter, Rodgers & Hart, Harold Arlen, And Others. Among The New Material, There Was An Emphasis On Songs About Endurance And Self-Reliance, In Keeping With The Overall Theme, Notably The Jim Croce Hit "I Got A Name" And Paul Williams' "Life Goes On," Both Of Which Were Turned Into Showstoppers. But Then, The Show Was One Showstopper After Another, And A Fitting Capper To A Great Career.” William Ruhlmann, AMG....more
 

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