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Karen O And The Kids - Where The Wild Things Are
Stunning 180gm 2009 Original. Vinyl Appears Glossy, Unplayed. Soundtrack To The Spike Jonze Directed Movie. Composed And Performed By The Yeah Yeah Yeahs' Karen O, This Soundtrack Shows A Softer, Ethereal Yet Still Melodic Side....more
Bill Evans Trio - Explorations
1974 White Label Japan Reissue In Stunning Condition. No Obi....more
Perry, Brendan - Eye Of The Hunter
Original 1999 UK 180gm Stunner Debut From The Dead Can Dance Vocalist Brendan Perry. A Dour Masterpiece Of Atmospheric Americana....more
Akil Mark Koci - Sokoli E Mirusha
1977 Original Jugoton Pressing. Jugoton Was Formed In 1947. It Is Notable For Releasing Some Of The Most Important Former Yugoslav Pop And Rock Records. Koci's Musical Idiom Is Markedly Contemporary Based On The Achievement Of European Modern Music. His Works Often Are Aleatoric, Dodecaphonic And Usually Non-thematic. As One Of The Most Distinguished Representatives Of Albanian Contemporary Music, His Works Have Been Performed In Almost All European And Many Non-european Countries As Well As In Music Festivals At Home And Abroad....more
Impressions - Times Have Changed
1972 Gatefold With Embossed Cover. Plays Super Clean. Tiny Bottom Seam Crack....more
Campbell, Glen - Ghost On The Canvas
Sealed 2011 Original Housed In A Gatefold Cover. Includes Download Of Album And Has Two Hype Stickers On The Shrink-Wrap. “Few Artists Get The Luxury Of Crafting Their Final Album As A Conscious Farewell, But Glen Campbell Isn’t Just Any Artist. Campbell Is A Titan With A Legacy That Begins Before He Started To Record Solo Albums, So If Anyone Deserves To Craft A Career-Capping Final Record It Is He, Even If This Opportunity Is Bittersweet, Tainted By The Knowledge That He Was Diagnosed With Alzheimer’s Sometime During Its Recording. His Disease Does Hang Over Ghost On The Canvas, Its Sadness Surfacing On The Instrumental Interstitials Written By Roger Manning, But This Album Bears None Of The Ghoulish Fetishization Of Death That Haunts Rick Rubin’s Latter-Day Productions Of Johnny Cash. No, Producer Julian Raymond Has Crafted Ghost On The Canvas As A Specific Sequel To The Very Good 2008 Meet Glen Campbell, Which Consciously Re-Created Campbell’s Golden Decade Of 1967-1977 Through Newly Written Songs And Covers Of Modern Rockers. Raymond Uses The Same Formula Here, Finding Tunes By Manning, Paul Westerberg (The Title Track), Jakob Dylan (“Nothing But The Whole Wide World”), Robert Pollard (“Hold On Hope”), And Teddy Thompson (“In My Arms”), Then Crafting Sturdy Originals With Campbell, All Evoking Such Luxuriant Dramatic Classics As “Wichita Lineman” Without Succumbing Under Self-Conscious Weight. It’s A Delicate Trick That, Apart From Those Too Elegiac Instrumentals, Never Once Seems Forced, A Testament To Raymond’s Skills As A Producer And Campbell’s As A Musician And Singer. Perhaps Ghost On The Canvas Doesn’t Revisit Every High In Campbell’s History, But It Pays Honor To His Legacy And Feels Like An Appropriate And Subtly Moving Farewell.” – S.T. Erlewine, AMG...more
Garcia, Jerry - Before The Dead
Sealed 2018 Limited Edition 180gm 5LP Box Set. Includes 32 Page Book, In-Depth Liner Notes, Photos And More. The Expansive Retrospective Box Set Before The Dead Brings Together A Rare Collection Of The Earliest Known Performances By Jerry Garcia. From An Informal And Intimate 1961 Performance Of Simple Folk Songs At A Birthday Party With Future Songwriting Partner Robert Hunter To More Polished Coffeehouse Gigs With Old-Timey And Bluegrass Bands Through 1964, This Collection Showcases Garcia's Deep Study Of The Folk Music Tradition And Its Influence On His Musical Journey Leading To The Formation Of The Grateful Dead. Even With His Entire Musical Career In Front Of Him, Garcia's Magnetic Presence As A Performer Can Be Plainly Heard In These First Steps....more
Wilco - Summerteeth
Mint 2009 2LP 180gm HQ Test Pressing. The Band's Poppiest Record. And Lyrically, Maybe It's Most Disturbing....more
Electric Light Orchestra - Electric Light Orchestra
Sealed 1971 UK Textured Gatefold Original. Archival Quality Copy. 5 Stars! “Electric Light Orchestra's Debut Album Is An Astonishing Creation In Its Own Right, But Neophyte Listeners Should Be Aware That It Bears Very Little Resemblance To The Sound For Which ELO Would Become Known On Its Subsequent Records. No Answer, As It Ended Up Being Called In America Through A Miscommunication With ELO's U.S. Label, Is A Minimalist Work By Comparison With Anything On The Band's Later Albums. The Core Trio Of Roy Wood, Jeff Lynne, And Bev Bevan, Augmented By One Horn Player And A Violinist, Approaches The Music Alternately Like A Hard Rock Band Attacking A Song And A String Ensemble Playing A Chamber Piece. Filled With Surprisingly Loose Playing And Sounds Throughout, And With A Psychedelic Aura Hovering Over Most Of The Music, No Answer Is Unique In ELO's Output. Written And Sung By Lynne, "10538 Overture" Is The Opener And The Best Song On The Album. Wood's "Look At Me Now," By Comparison, Plays Like A Sweet, Melodic Follow-Up To "Beautiful Daughter" From The Move's Shazam, With Some Digressions On The Oboe And A Cello And Violin Subbing For The Guitars. The Rest Moves From Period-Style Popular Songs To Strangely Cinematic Conceptual Pieces, On Which The Rock Elements Almost Disappear In Favor Of Quasi-Classical Playing By All Concerned. A Beautiful Acoustic Guitar Workout By Wood, "1st Movement" Also Features The Song's Composer On The Oboe, While "Mr. Radio," An Exercise In 1920s Nostalgia Written And Sung By Lynne, Digresses For A Moment Into 1940s-Style Classical Piano Pyrotechnics. His "Whisper In The Night" Ends The Album With A Lean And Textured Acoustic Sound That, Ironically, Disappeared From ELO's Repertory When He Exited The Lineup Following These Sessions.” Bruce Eder, AMG....more
Weather Report - Night Passage
Sealed 1980 Original With Custom Glossy Inner Sleeve. Mastered At Allen Zentz LA, Calif. First Sealed Copy We Have Had In Stock In Twelve Years. “All Things Being Relative, This Is Weather Report's Straightahead Album, Where The Elaborate Production Layers Of The Late-'70s Gave Way To Sparer Textures And More Unadorned Solo Improvisation In The Jazz Tradition, Electric Instruments And All. The Flaw Of This Album Is The Shortage Of Really Memorable Compositions; It Is More Of A Vehicle For The Virtuosic Feats Of What Is Considered By Some To Be The Classic WR Lineup -- Joe Zawinul, Wayne Shorter, Jaco Pastorius, Robert Thomas, Jr. And Peter Erskine. For Erskine, This Is Is First Full Studio Album And He Amply Demonstrates His Terrific Sense Of Forward Drive Unique Among The Other Superb Drummers In WR Annals. "Port Of Entry" Is A Tour De Force For Jaco, Who Knocks Off Several Of Those Unbelievably Slippery, Pointed Runs That Have Made Him A Posthumous Legend. There Is Also A Tremendously Fun Retro Trip To Duke Ellington's "Rockin' In Rhythm," Everybody Swinging Their Heads And Hands Off.” Richard S. Ginell, AMG....more
Tin Machine - Tin Machine
Sealed 1989 Vinyl Rarity With Custom Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Small Saw Cut. “A Remarkable Recording For Many Reasons, The Debut Of Tin Machine Predates By Nearly Half A Decade Much Of The Guitar-Oriented Alternative Pop That Followed The Grunge Explosion Of 1991-1992. This Does Not Sound Like Bowie In A Band; Missing Are The Quirkiness And Theatrics That Characterize Much Of Bowie's Solo Work. This Is A Band With A Band Attitude, Not Exactly What The Fans Were Wanting At The Time. Stunt Guitarist Reeves Gabrels Provides Much In The Way Of Ambient Guitar Solos, Not Unlike Adrian Belew's Work. Drummer Hunt Sales Provides A Sticky Tenor Vocal Similar To Bowie's Own Voice In A Higher Register; They Blend Very Well Together. The Music Is Hard-Edged Guitar Rock With An Intelligence Missing From Much Of The Work Of That Genre At The Time. Highlights Include The Emotional "Prisoner Of Love" And The Driving "Under The God." The Band Does A Rocking Rework Of John Lennon's "Working Class Hero," With A Killer Machine-Gun Fire-Sounding Riff That Permeated The Track. The Strongest Analog To Bowie's Earlier Work Is A Five-Minute Number Toward The Beginning Of The Record Called "I Can't Read"; With Its Deliberately Out-Of-Tune Guitars And Half-Hearted Vocals, It's A Nice Piece Of Artistry. This Record Would Have Been More Popular Had It Been Released Five Or Six Years Later.” - Mark W.B. Allender, AMG...more
Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Pictures At An Exhibition
1980 Half-Speed Master Housed In A Gatefold Cover. Glossy, Unplayed Condition....more
Ifukube, Akira - Lauda Concertata Per Orchestra E Marimba / Japanese Rhapsody
1982 Japanese Original. Kazuo Yamada Conducting The Shinsie Nihon Symphony Orchestra With Keiko Abe, Marimba. Stunning Copy, Appears Unplayed....more
Zorn, John - Locus Solus
1983 2LP Original Pressed On Quiex Type Pure Purple Virgin Vinyl. Shrink Wrap Intact With Rare Yellow Hype Sticker. Both LPs Appear New, Unplayed. “This Captures Over An Hour's Worth Of John Zorn's Search For The Improvised Song Form. Several Lineups From 1983 Are Documented Here. The First Eight Tracks Feature Zorn With Christian Marclay Spinning And Peter Blegvad Speaking. The Text Is Unremarkable (For Example, Honey-Cab's "...Tell Her Everything I Know/ In Ink As Black As Carbon/ On Paper White As Snow"), But Blegvad's Sonorous Delivery Works Well With The Chaos That The Other Two Musicians Spit And Spin Out, Combining Into Tides Of Noisy Mischief. Tracks 9-15 Find Zorn With Arto Lindsay Providing Lyrics And Guitar, And Anton Fier On Drums. Zorn Squawks And Spurts An Array Of Sounds, From Birdcall To Babydoll. M.E. Miller Replaces Fier On Drums For The Next Set, Which Features A Driving Rock Beat. This Is Followed By Eight Pieces From Zorn, Wayne Horvitz, And Ikue Mori. The Final Fifth Of The Album Captures The Walloping Interplay Of Zorn, Miller, And Turntablist Whiz Kid. Overall, An Album Of Short, Angular, Experimental Energy Tracks.” Joslyn Lane, AMG....more
Waters, Roger - Amused To Death
Sealed, Archival Quality 1992 2LP Original With 16 Page Color Booklet And The Custom Black Inner Sleeves. First Sealed Copy We Have Seen In Twenty Years. Recorded In Q Sound - You Will Hear Sounds Emitting Directly To Each Side Of Your Ears!!!! Custom Black Hype Sticker On The Rear Shrink Wrap-Below This It States "Limited Edition 2 Vinyl Set Mastered Direct To Lacquer From Original Analogue Tapes" On Columbia Label Cat No 01-468761-20. Note No Printing On Spine. Anything With CBS Rather Than Columbia And/Or 180g Sticker Is A Fake....more

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