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Kravitz, Lenny - Let Love Rule
Sealed 2018 180gm 2LP Gatefold Reissue. First Time On Vinyl In the U.S. Let Love Rule Established The Template For Kravitz's Exploratory Nature As An Artist, As Evidenced By The Elegiac Buildup Of The Title Track And The Poignant Social Commentary Of "Mr. Cab Driver," A Song As Relevant Today As It Was When It Was Released 30 Years Ago....more
 
Starr, Ringo - Bad Boy
Sealed 2016 Limited Edition 180gm HQ Blue Vinyl Gatefold Reissue Of The Long Out Of Print 1978 Original. Music 4 The Cure Sticker On Shrink....more
 
Doobie Brothers - Best Of The Doobies
First Sealed 1976 Original Pressing With The BS 2978 Catalog Number We Have Ever Had In Stock. No Bar Code On Back. Shrink Wrap Has The Original Record Store Tag In Place....more
 
Dylan, Jakob - Seeing Things
Sealed 2008 Original With Custom Song Hype Sticker On Shrink. Produced By Rick Rubin....more
 
Quebec, Ike - Blue & Sentimental
Sealed, Out Of Print 2015 Limited Edition 180gm Stereo Reissue Housed In A Deluxe Gatefold Cover. Ike Quebec's Timeless, Big-Toned Tenor Was A Frequent Visitor To Rudy Van Gelder's Studio In The Early Sixties. But This Album From December 1961 With Spare, Soulful Backing From Grant Green, Paul Chambers And Philly Joe Jones Is His Masterpiece. The Leaner Setting Works Perfectly, Evoking An Aura Of Relaxation And Monumentality, With The Deepest Blue Of Accents....more
 
Terence Boylan / Donald Fagen / Walter Becker / Steely Dan Related - Alias Boona
Rare 1979 White Label Promo. Terry Boylan, Guitar And Vocals; Walter Becker, Bass And Guitar; Don Fagen, Piano And Organ; Herb Lovelle, Jimmy Johnson Or Darius Davenport, Drums. Appears Unplayed. Jacket Has Two Small Corner Dings. Returning To Bard College In ‘68, Boylan Teamed Up With Fellow Students Donald Fagen And Walter Becker, And Recorded Alias Boona At New York’s Hit Factory, For MGM Records. In A Tip Of The Hat To His Old Mentor, Boylan Recorded An Entirely Re-Arranged Version Of Dylan’s Subterranean Homesick Blues, Sounding More Like Procol Harem Than Early Dylan. The Influence Of The Band And Van Morrison Were Also Evident On The Album, In Such Tunes As Deep In The Middle And Hey Hannah. Dylan Brought The Album To The Attention Of Manager Albert Grossman, And Discussions Began Toward Recording An Album In Near-By Woodstock, N.Y., Then Home To Both Dylan And Grossman....more
 
John Coltrane / Alice Coltrane - Cosmic Music
1969 Heavy-Duty Laminated Gatefold Stereo (First Impulse Pressing). This LP Was Released Prior To This In 1967 On John Coltrane's Fabulously Rare Private Label And Sells Northwards Of $1000. This Is The First Commercial Release. Appears Glossy, Unplayed....more
 
Montgomery, Wes - Down Here On The Ground
Sealed 1968 Heavy-Duty Gatefold Stereo Original....more
 
Buzzcocks - More Product In A Different Compilation
Sealed 2016, Limited Edition Record Store Day Exclusive Orange Vinyl 2LP Gatefold. The Best Of The United Artists Recordings 1978-1980. Silver Foil Hype Sticker (That Is No Friend Of Our Scanner) Reads In Part, "A Specially Curated Collection Featuring Singles, B-Sides And Album Cuts Including: "Ever Fall In Love (With Someone You Shouldn't've)?," "What Do I Get?," "Love You More," "Orgasm Addict," And Many More."...more
 
Grootna - Grootna
Sealed, Rare 1971 Original, Tiny Cut Corner. Produced By Marty Balin. Richard Sussman, Piano; Anna Rizzo, Vocals, Lead Finger; Vic Smith (Vic's Myth), Lead And Bottleneck Guitar, Vocals; Dewey De Grease, Drums, Vocals; Kelly Bryan, Bass; Slim Chance, Rhythm Guitar, Vocals. “It Isn't Hard To Hear What Got Grootna, A Sextet From Berkeley, CA, A Management Deal With Entrepreneur Bill Graham And A Contract With Columbia Records Negotiated By Company President Clive Davis. Columbia Took A Major Hit In The Fall Of 1970 When Janis Joplin Died, Even Though Her Posthumously Released LP, Pearl, Became A Major Success. Joplin, Of Course, Had Emerged From The Bay Area Band Big Brother & The Holding Company, And Grootna Has Obvious Similarities To It. The Group Has A Loose, Eclectic Style Typical Of San Francisco-Associated Psychedelic Acts, With Tastes Of Rock, Blues, And Country Melded In A Sense Of Improvisation Heard In Lengthy Solos From Lead Guitarist Vic Smith And Pianist Richard Sussman. And, In Anna Rizzo, Who Sings Lead On Every Track Except "Road Fever," Grootna Has Its Own Joplin Clone. She Even Tackles A Bessie Smith Number, "Young Woman Blues," And A Song Written By Bob Neuwirth, Who Provided Joplin With "Mercedes Benz" On Pearl.” William Ruhlmann, AMG....more
 
White Stripes - Get Behind Me Satan
2015 2LP Limited Edition Record Store Day Exclusive Pressed On 180gm Colored Vinyl And Housed In A Deluxe, Lenticular Gatefold Cover. One Record Is White And One Record Is Red. Archival Quality Copy....more
 
Pentangle - Solomon's Seal
Factory Sealed 1972 White Label Promo With Promo Insert....more
 
Hayes, Isaac - Truck Turner
Sealed 1974 2LP Gatefold Original. Cut Out Hole. For Those Of You Familiar With "Shaft", This Album Is An Order Of Magnitude Better And Much More Difficult To Find. First Sealed Copy We Have Seen For Years. No Deletion Cuts Or Holes. Top Recommendation. A Standout Of The Soul-Jazz Genre. Crease On Corner....more
 
Morgan, Lee - LeeWay
Sealed 2008 Numbered, Limited Edition 45rpm 2LP 180gm HQ Stereo Reissue. Lee Morgan, Trumpet; Jackie McLean, Alto Sax; Bobby Timmons, Piano; Paul Chambers, Bass; Art Blakey, Drums....more
 
Richard & Linda Thompson - I Want To See The Bright Lights Tonight
1983 Europadisk Audiophile Pressing Of Their 1974 Island Release. 5 Stars In Rolling Stone Magazine. This Is The First U.S. Release. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. “In 1974, Richard Thompson And The Former Linda Peters Released Their First Album Together, And I Want To See The Bright Lights Tonight Was Nothing Short Of A Masterpiece, The Starkly Beautiful Refinement Of The Promise Of Thompson's Solo Debut, Henry The Human Fly. In Linda Thompson, Richard Found A Superb Collaborator And A World-Class Vocalist; Linda Possessed A Voice As Clear And Rich As Sandy Denny's, But With A Strength That Could Easily Support Richard's Often Weighty Material, And She Proved Capable Of Tackling Anything Presented To Her, From The Delicately Mournful "Has He Got A Friend For Me" To The Gleeful Cynicism Of "The Little Beggar Girl." And While Richard Had Already Made Clear That He Was A Songwriter To Be Reckoned With, On I Want To See The Bright Lights Tonight He Went From Strength To Strength. While The Album's Mood Is Decidedly Darker Than Anything He'd Recorded Before, The Sorrow Of "Withered And Died," "The End Of The Rainbow," And "The Great Valerio" Spoke Not Of Self-Pity But Of The Contemplation Of Life's Cruelties By A Man Who, At 25, Had Already Been Witness To More Than His Share. And Though Thompson Didn't Give Himself A Guitar Showcase Quite Like "Roll Over Vaughn Williams" On Henry The Human Fly, The Brilliant Solos That Punctuated Many Of The Songs Were Manna From Heaven For Any Guitar Enthusiast. While I Want To See The Bright Lights Tonight May Be The Darkest Music Of Richard & Linda Thompson's Career, In This Chronicle Of Pain And Longing They Were Able To Forge Music Of Striking And Unmistakable Beauty; If The Lyrics Often Ponder The High Stakes Of Our Fate In This Life, The Music Offered A Glimpse Of The Joys That Make The Struggle Worthwhile.” Mark Deming, AMG....more
 

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