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Doors - Moonlight Drive
Rare "Live" Album With Pink And Blue Cover Sheet. Recorded Live At The Matrix, 1967. Yellow Spindizzie, Bruce Dillon Label. LP Appears Unplayed....more
Robert Godon W/Link Wray - Fresh Fish Special
Sealed 1978 First Label Original. “Elvis Presley, The First Great Rockabilly, Died Only A Few Months After Robert Gordon Cut His Debut Album, And Gordon Paid Tribute To The Fallen King On His Second LP — Fresh Fish Special Was Named For The Ugly Haircut Inflicted Upon Elvis In The Movie Jailhouse Rock, Gordon Covers One Of The Lesser Known Tunes From The Flick, "I Want To Be Free," On This Set, And The Jordanaires Add Backing Vocals On Five Cuts. Otherwise, Fresh Fish Special Doesn't Stray Especially Far From The Sound Or Direction Of Gordon's Debut. Link Wray Returns As Gordon's Lead Guitarist, And As On The First LP He's In Fine Form, Though He Doesn't Get To Offer Up As Tough A Sound As One Might Wish (Many Of The Tunes Are Too Low-Key To Carry The Full Weight Of Wray's Full-On Guitar Attack). Gordon's Band Sounds More Comfortable Their Second Time Out, Generating A Bit More Swing Than Before, And While The Songs Are Mostly Vintage Covers Again, The Selection Is A Bit More Imaginative (Making Room For The New Orleans Classic "Sea Cruise" Was A Nice Idea), And Whoever Brought Bruce Springsteen's Then-Unreleased "Fire" To Gordon Deserved A Bonus. As For Gordon, He's In Great Voice Here, And Has Shaken A Bit Of The Operatic Melodrama That Slowed Down The Second Half Of His Debut, Though He Still Comes Off More As An Enthusiastic Interpreter Than A Musician With A Vision Of His Own. Still, There Weren't That Many American-Born Rock & Rollers Who Were Willing To Fly The Flag For Rockabilly At End Of The '70s, And If Other Acts Would Surpass Gordon In Imagination And Impact A Few Years On, He Certainly Gets An 'A' For Effort, And There's Some Real Fun To Be Had On Fresh Fish Special.” – Mark Deming, All Music Guide...more
Grateful Dead - Smiling On A Cloudy Day
Sealed 2017 Limited Edition Colored Vinyl Compilation. Two Custom Hype Stickers On The Shrink Wrap....more
Goodman, Benny - The King
1978 Limited Edition Direct-To-Disc Original Housed In A Laminated Gatefold Cover. Features Buddy Tate And A Host Of Great Players. Appears Glossy, Unplayed....more
Apple, Fiona - Extraordinary Machine
Sealed 2011 2LP 180gm Reissue....more
Kenny Barron & Buster Williams - Two As One: Live At Umbria Jazz
1987 Italian Original. A Superb Live Recording Of Two Greats. Appears Unplayed....more
Springsteen, Bruce - Pièce De Résistance
Sealed 1979 3LP Box Set Housed In A Tan Box With Black And White Cover Sheet. Pièce De Résistance Is The Entire 75th Performance Of The 1978 Darkness On The Edge Of Town Tour, Recorded At The Capitol Theater, Sept. 19th, 1978, Passaic, New Jersey. For Many, The Darkness Tour Was Springsteen At His Best....more
Iggy Pop & James Williamson - Kill City
1977 Limited Edition Original Pressed On Green Vinyl With Cut Out Hole. Shrink Wrap Has Custom Hype Sticker. “To Say Iggy Pop Had Hit Bottom In 1975 Is An Understatement; After The Final Collapse Of The Stooges, Iggy Sank Deep Into Drug Addiction And Depression, And He Eventually Checked Himself Into A Mental Hospital In A Desperate Effort To Get Himself Clean And Functional Again. At The Same Time, James Williamson, His Guitarist And Writing Partner In The Last Edition Of The Stooges, Still Believed Their Collaboration Had Some Life In It, And He Talked His Way Into Jimmy Webb's Home Studio To Record Demos In Hopes Of Scoring A Record Deal. Iggy Checked Out Of The Hospital For A Weekend To Cut Vocal Tracks, And While The Demos They Made Were Quite Good, No Record Companies Were Willing To Take A Chance On Them. The Tapes Sat Unnoticed Until 1977, When Bomp! Records Issued The 1975 Demos Under The Title Kill City After Iggy Launched A Comeback With The David Bowie-Produced The Idiot. Kill City Never Hits As Hard As The Manic Roar Of The Stooges' Raw Power, But The Songs Are Very Good, And The Album's More Measured Approach Suits The Dark, Honest Tone Of The Material. The Sense Of Defeat That Runs Through "Sell Your Love," "I Got Nothin'," And "No Sense Of Crime" Was Doubtless A Mirror Of Iggy's State Of Mind, But He Expressed His Agony With Blunt Eloquence, And His Sneering Rejection Of The Hollywood Street Scene In "Lucky Monkeys" Is All The More Cutting Coming From A Man Who Had Lived Through The Worst Of It. And In The Title Song, Iggy Expressed His State Of Mind And Sense Of Purpose With A Fierce Clarity: "If I Have To Die Here, First I'm Going To Make Some Noise."” – Mark Deming, AMG...more
Springsteen, Bruce - 1981 Box File
First Release, Black Vinyl 3LP Box Set Recorded Live At Wembley Arena, London May 1981. All 3 LPs Appear Unplayed. Two LPs With White Labels, One With Orange. CENT-101-A/CENT-102-A/CNT-102-A/CT-102-B/CNT-103-A/CNT-103-B Matrix....more
Tenacious D - Rize Of The Fenix
Factory Sealed 2012 180gm Original With Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. “It's No Mystery Why Tenacious D Call Their Third Album Rize Of The Fenix. JB And KG Suffered The Slings And Arrows Of Outrageous Fortune When They Unleashed The Pick Of Destiny In 2006, A Feature Film -- Complete With An Accompanying Soundtrack -- That Netted Approximately No New Fans And May Even Have Cost Them A Few. Well Aware Of This Bomb, It's Imperative That The D Fashion Their Third Album -- Arriving A Long Six Years After Pick -- As A Triumphant Comeback, A Fenix Rising From The Ashes, If You Will. And, For The Most Part, The D Do Succeed, The Best Moments Of Rize Of The Fenix Easily Flattening The Bloat Of The Pick Of Destiny. If They Happen To Lose A Bit Of Their Sense Of Rampaging Grandeur, They Compensate With Tightly Constructed Epics That Impress By Their Lack Of Fat: The Title-Track Suite Gallops Along With Purpose, "To Be The Best" Is A Gleeful Send-Up Of "The Power" (Animated Transformers By Way Of Boogie Nights), "Roadie" Is A Heartfelt Salute To Its Overlooked Namesake, And Country-Rock Closer "39" Is An Ode To An Aging Groupie. This Is All, In The Parlance Of Another Of The Album's Highlights, "Low Hangin' Fruit." Tenacious D Don't Stray From Their Songs Of Rock & Roll And Songs Of Themselves, But Considering The Pit That They Were In, They Can't Be Faulted For Being Overly Careful, Even If That Caution Can Make Parts Of The Album -- Namely The Spoken Skits, The Staged Blow-Ups Between Hollywood Jack And Rage Kage, And A Few Of The Songs About Rocking -- Feel A Little Long In Tooth. Nevertheless, Rize Of The Fenix Does Amount To A Rousing Comeback For Tenacious D: They're Back To Their Old Tricks, Oblivious To Whether The World At Large Actually Cares About Their Shenanigans.” Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AMG....more
John Cooper Clarke - Snap Crackle & Bop
1979 UK Original Housed In A Gimmick Cover (Giant Pocket Attached To Front Cover) And Amazingly With The 48 Page Poetry Book Still Inserted In The Pocket. LP Appears Unplayed....more
Renaissance - Prologue
1983 Japanese Reissue With Obi. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. Breathtaking Debut Album From The Now-Classic Renaissance Lineup. “The First Album By The '70s (I.E. Annie Haslam) Version Of Renaissance Is A Transitional Work, Rooted In More Standard Hard Rock Sounds (Including Psychedelia) Than What Followed. One Can Spot The Difference, Which May Please Some Listeners And Put Others Off, In The Fairly Heavy Guitar Sound Of "Prologue," Rob Hendry's Electric Instrument Playing Both Lead And Rhythm Parts Prominently At Various Times Behind Annie Haslam's Soaring Vocals And Adjacent To John Tout's Piano. "Kiev" May Also Startle Some Longtime Fans, Since Haslam Doesn't Handle The Lead Vocals, The Male Members' Singing Being Much More Prominent. The Ethereal, Flowingly Lyrical "Sounds Of The Sea" Is The Cut Here That Most Resembles The Music That The Group Became Known For In The Years Ahead, And Shows Haslam Singing In The High Register For Which She Would Become Famous. "Spare Some Love," With Its Prominent Folky Acoustic Guitar, Also Anticipates Material (Specifically "Let It Grow" And "On The Frontier") Off Of The Group's Better Known Second Album, Ashes Are Burning. " The 11-Minute Epic "Rajah Khan," With Its Elements Of Raga-Rock, Including Sitar-Like Passages On Hendry's Electric Guitars And An Extended VCS 3 Synthesizer Solo By Francis Monkman, Is A More Advanced And Virtuoso Descendant Of Late '60s Psychedelia. It, Too, Has Little To Do With The Sound That The Group Subsequently Adopted (Although It Does Intersect, In The Most Peripheral Way, With "Song Of Scheherazade" And Some Of The Other Eastern-Theme Works That Preceded It), But The Track Is Entertaining And Does Show Off A Startlingly Different Type Of Art-Rock Toward Which This Group Could Have Gravitated.” Bruce Eder, AMG....more
Mothers Of Invention - Trick Or Treat
Rare "Unauthorized" Original. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. "Presenting Previously Unreleased Live Recordings & Rare Studio Wonderment By The Original Mothers Of Invention. We Dare You To Listen!"...more
Chet McIntyre And The Combo - One Naked Night
1964 Deep Groove Mono Original. The Original Jazz Score To The Movie "One Naked Night." LP Appears Virtually Unplayed And The Front Laminated Jacket Appears Factory Fresh And Features An Amazing Cheesecake Photo. One Of The Most Obscure, Haunting And Pervasive Jazz Soundtracks We Have Had Through These Doors....more
Hendricks, Jon - Evolution Of The Blues Song
1959 Deep Groove 6 Eye Stereo Original With Down Beat/Monterey Jazz Festival Hype Sticker On The Cover. Appears Unplayed. Cover, NM. Features Pony Poindexter, Ben Webster, Hannah Dean, Jimmy Witherspoon & The Ike Isaacs Trio. First Copy Of This Rare Title (Especially In Stereo) We Have Ever Had In Stock....more

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