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Rolling Stones - Mick Taylor's Last Concert
2013 2LP Blue Marbled Vinyl Housed In A Luxurious Laminated Gatefold. Both LPs Appear Unplayed....more
Joel, Billy - Streetlife Serenade
Sealed 1974 Original With Custom "The Entertainer" Song Hype Sticker And The Original Record Store Price Tag On The Shrink Wrap....more
Jackson, Joe - Night And Day
Rare 1983 Half-Speed Master Pressed In Japan By JVC And Housed In A Gatefold Jacket With Gold Promo Stamp. Glossy, Unplayed Condition....more
Orbison, Roy - Early Orbison
Sealed 1964 Mono Original....more
Justis, Bill - Raunchy & Other Great Instrumentals
Sealed 1969 Stereo Original Featuring Superb Cheesecake Photos Front And Back....more
Eno, Brian - My Squelchy Life
Sealed, Limited Edition, 2015 Record Store Day Exclusive 2LP Gatefold Original. First Official Vinyl Release Of The Legendary "Lost" Eno Album....more
Supertramp - Paris
1980 2LP Gatefold Original With Custom Glossy Inner Sleeves Features Lots Of Color Photos Of The Concert. Recorded Live At The Paris Pavillion, November 29th, 1979. Difficult To Find Without A Saw-Cut. Both LPs In Glossy, Unplayed Condition....more
Lulu - New Routes
Sealed 1970 Heavy Vinyl Original....more
Canned Heat - Kings Of The Boogie
Hard To Find 1981 Vinyl. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. First Copy We Have Seen In Eight Years....more
David J - Songs From Another Season
Sealed 1990 Original From Bauhaus/Love And Rockets Member. Saw Cut. Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. “The Aggressive, Heavily Produced Semi-Industrial Edge Of Then-Recent Love And Rockets Is Noticeably Absent Outside Of The Clattering "On The Outskirts (Of A Strange Dream)," As Is The Earlier Dreamy Psych Of That Band. Instead Songs Favors Primarily Acoustic Performances With A Bluesy Tinge Noticeable Throughout. Starting With The Demi-Alternative Radio Hit "I'll Be Your Chauffeur," A Sweet, Folky Number That Also Appears Later In A Drumless Alternate Take, Songs Makes For Great Late-Night Music Where The Mood Isn't Always Sleepy. J Plays A Number Of Tracks Strictly Solo, Tackling Everything From Saw To "Finger Taps," While Those Songs With Accompaniment Demonstrate His Good Taste In Selecting Side Performers Who Know Exactly What To Contribute Where. His Lyrics Continue The Thread Of Sometimes Cryptic But Often Very Poetic Portraits Of Situations And People, Often With His Sly Wit Intact.” - Ned Raggett, AMG...more
Avalanches - Wildflower
Sealed 2016 Limited Edition Vinyl Me Please Exclusive 2LP Set Pressed On Red Vinyl. Rear Cover Is Embossed With Gold-Foil Number 0651. Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. Special Guests Include Danny Brown, Toro Y Moi, MF Doom, Jennifer Herrema, Biz Markie And More....more
Alan Parsons Project - Turn Of A Friendly Card
Sealed 1980 Original With Custom Hype Sticker And The Original Tower Records Price Tag On The Shrink Wrap. Crisp Corners, No Deletion Cuts. “With Two Of The Alan Parsons Project's Best Songs, The Lovely Ballad "Time" And The Wavy-Sounding "Games People Play," The Turn Of A Friendly Card Remains One Of This Group's Most Enjoyable Albums. Parsons' Idea, The Subject Of The Album's Six Tracks, Centers Around The Age-Old Temptation Of Gambling And Its Stranglehold On The Human Psyche. On "Games People Play," Vocalist Lenny Zakatek Sounds Compelling And Focused, Giving The Song A Seriousness That Aids In Realization Of The Album's Concept. With "Time," It Is Eric Woolfson Who Carries This Luxurious-Sounding Ode To Life's Passing To A Place Above And Beyond Any Of This Band's Other Slower Material. The Breakdown Of Human Willpower And Our Greedy Tendencies Are Highlighted In The Last Track, Entitled "The Turn Of A Friendly Card," Which Is Broken Into Five Separate Parts. "Snake Eyes," Sung By Chris Rainbow, Is The Most Compelling Of The Five Pieces, And Ties Together The Whole Of The Recording. As In Every Parsons Album, An Instrumental Is Included, In This Case An Interesting Number Aptly Titled "The Gold Bug." Like Most Of The Band's Instrumentals, Its Flow And Rhythm Simulate The Overall Tempo And Concept Of The Album, Acting As A Welcome Interlude. Although Short, The Turn Of A Friendly Card Is To The Point And Doesn't Let Down When It Comes To Carrying Out Its Idea.” Mike DeGagne, AMG....more
Harris, Eddie - Exodus To Jazz
Sealed 1961 Heavy Vinyl Stereo Original. 5 Stars. “One Of The Biggest Hit Jazz Lps Of The Post-Rock & Roll Era, Eddie Harris' Exodus To Jazz Seemed To Come Completely Out Of Left Field. It Was The Debut Album By A Previously Unknown Artist From An Under-Publicized Scene In Chicago, And It Was Released On The Primarily R&B-Oriented Vee Jay Label, Which Had Originally Signed Harris As A Pianist, Not A Tenor Saxophonist. The Impetus For Its Breakthrough Was Equally Unlikely; Harris Adapted Ernest Gold's Stately, Somber Theme From The Biblical Film Exodus -- Which Had Been Covered For An Easy Listening Hit By Ferrante & Teicher -- And Made It Into A Laid-Back Jazz Tune. Edited Down To 45-Rpm Length, It Became A Smash, Reaching The Pop Top 40 And Pushing The Album To The Upper Reaches Of The Charts -- A Nearly Unprecedented Feat For Instrumental Jazz In 1961. Its Stunning Popularity Sent Jazz Critics Into A Tizzy -- After All, If It Was That Accessible To A Mass Audience, There Just Had To Be Something Wrong With It, Didn't There? In Hindsight, The Answer Is No. Exodus To Jazz Is Full Of Concise, Easy-Swinging Grooves That Maintain The Appealing Quality Of The Strikingly Reimagined Title Track (Particularly Harris' Four Originals). Far Removed From His Later, Funkier Days, Harris Plays A Cool-Toned Tenor Who Owes His Biggest Debt To Stan Getz's Bop Recordings, Though There Are Touches Of Soul-Jazz As Well. He's No Slouch Technically, Either; He Plays So Far -- And So Sweetly -- In The Upper Register Of His Horn That Some Still Mistakenly Believe He Was Using An Alto Sax On Parts Of The Record. Exodus To Jazz Paved The Way For Numerous Other Crossover Successes During The '60s (Many In The Soul-Jazz Realm), And While That May Not Be A Credibility-Boosting Trend To Start, The Music Still Speaks For Itself.” Steve Huey, AMG....more
Brown, James - I Got The Feelin'
Factory Sealed 1968 Stereo Original. This Pristine Copy Comes From A Distributor's Store Stock Which Has Laid In Storage And Untouched For Decades....more
Byrne, David - True Stories: A Film By David Byrne
Sealed 2018 2LP Gatefold. In Conjunction With The Criterion Collection's Special-Edition DVD And Blu-Ray Release Of David Byrne's 1986 Film True Stories, Nonesuch And Todomundo Records Release A Comprehensive Soundtrack, Collected For The First Time In One Package And In Film Sequence. Byrne Calls The Record, "An Immersive Audio Voyage Into The Little Town Of Virgil, Texas, In The Mid-Eighties. I Always Imagined That The Music Written For True Stories Should Be Heard As It Is In The Film. It Makes The Most Sense This Way. Me Singing The Song That Was Written For John Goodman's Character, Louis Fine, Always Felt Weird To Me. It Was Written For That Character, Not For Me." Includes 23 Songs Including One Previously Unreleased Version Of Talking Heads' "Dream Operator," From The Film, With Annie Mcenroe On Lead Vocals; Three Songs From The Film That Have Previously Been Released Only On The Talking Heads Sets Dual Brick Or Bonus Rarities & Outtakes; Five Songs From The Companion 1986 Talking Heads Studio Album True Stories; And Fourteen Songs From The 1986 Film Soundtrack Album Sounds From True Stories: Music For Activities Freaks Performed By A Wide Range Of Artists From Kronos Quartet To Meredith Monk To Pops Staples To John Goodman....more

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