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Bach / Nathan Milstein - Sonatas & Partitas
3LP Stereo Box Set With 12 Page Color Booklet. Light Wear To Box. All Three LPs Appear Glossy, Unplayed....more
 
Beethoven / Budapest String Quartet - Late Quartets Opus 127/130/131/132/133/135
Rare 1962 5LP 360 Stereo Label Original Box Set With 40 Page Book. All Five LPs Appear Glossy, Unplayed (Side One Has A Barley Visible Surface Scuff Which Is Inaudible). Box Shows Light Wear. Has Closed At Over $700 On The Bay! Promo Sticker On Back....more
 
Albeniz / Ravel - Iberia / Rapsodie Espagnole
Sealed 1995 Humongous 8LP 45rpm One-Sided 180gm HQ Stereo Box Set. Jean Morel Conducting The Paris Conservatoire Orchestra....more
 
Black Keys - Let's Rock
Sealed 2019 Release. The Long-Awaited Ninth Album Of The Black Keys, Let's Rock, The Band's First In Five Years, Is A Return To The Straightforward Rock Of Singer/Guitarist Dan Auerbach And Drummer Patrick Carney's Early Days. Auerbach Says, "When We're Together We Are The Black Keys, That's Where That Real Magic Is, And Always Has Been Since We Were Sixteen." The 12-Track Collection Was Written, Tracked Live, And Produced By Auerbach And Carney At Easy Eye Sound Studio In Nashville And Features Backing Vocals From Leisa Hans And Ashley Wilcoxson. "The Record Is Like An Homage To Electric Guitar," Adds Carney....more
 
Ian & Sylvia - Nashville
Sealed 1968 Gold Label Stereo Original. Cut Out Hole....more
 
Who - Tales From The Who
Sealed 1974 Quadraphonic 2LP Featuring Full Color Cover Art By William Stout....more
 
Rolling Stones - Emotional Rescue
Sealed 1980 Original. The Album Cover, Designed By Peter Corriston, Features A Selection Of Thermographic Photos Taken By British-Born, Paris-Based Artist Roy Adzak Using A Thermo Camera, A Device That Measures Heat Emissions. This Wrap Around Poster Is Yet Another Variation On The Way It Is Folded Around The Jacket That We Have Not Seen Before. This Is The Seventh Variation We Have Seen Over The Years....more
 
Merrill, Helen - American Country Songs
Factory Sealed 1959 Deep Groove Yellow Label Stereo Original Housed In A Heavy-Duty Laminated Jacket. Features Harry Lookofsky, Mundell Lowe, Milt Hinton, Gene Orloff, Ed Shaughnessy, Philly Jo Jones And Others. A Sweet-Sounding Piece Of Americana....more
 
Sergio Mendes & Brasil '66 - Equinox
Sealed 1967 Brown Label Stereo Original. LP Is Sealed In The Inner Poly Bag. “Equinox Continues The Scrumptiously Winning Sound That Sergio Mendes Cooked Up In The Mid-'60s, This Time A Bit More Fleshed Out With John Pisano's Guitar, A Slightly Thicker Texture, And Even An Imitation Sitar (This Was, After All, 1967). Again, The Mix Of American Pop Tunes Old And New And Brazilian Standards And Sleepers Is Impeccable (Although It Didn't Yield Any Substantial Hits), And The Treatments Are Smooth, Swinging, And Very Much To The Point. While Mendes Reaps A Predictable Harvest From Antonio Carlos Jobim -- He Was One Of The First To Discover And Record "Triste" And "Wave" -- He Also Likes To Explore The Work Of Other Outstanding Brazilian Writers Like Jorge Ben, Joao Gilberto, And Especially Edu Lobo (Whose "For Me," With Its Bright Flashes Of Combo Organ, Is One Of The Album's Highlights). Lani Hall's Star Was Just Rising At This Time, And It Is Her Cool, Clear Voice That Haunts The Memory Most Often. Like Its Predecessor, Equinox Is Exceedingly Brief In Duration, Yet Not A Motion Is Wasted.” Richard S. Ginell, All Music Guide....more
 
Yoshiki Hayashi - Yoshiki Classical
Factory Sealed 2013 Original. This Apparently Does Not Exist On Vinyl, But Here Is A Copy! "Yoshiki Classical Puts The Japanese Pianist And Composer In Front Of The Orchestra In His First Worldwide Classical Release, An Album That Reveals His Considerable Ambitions. Yoshiki Hayashi Has Come A Long Way Since Co-Founding The Band X Japan In The 1980s, And His Solo Career Has Brought Him International Fame, Particularly For Three Compositions That Are Highlights Of This Album. His Song "Anniversary" Was Composed In Honor Of The Tenth Anniversary Of The Enthronement Of Emperor Akihito, And It Appears Here, Along With "I'll Be Your Love," The Theme Of World Expo Japan In 2005, And The Golden Globe Theme, Composed In 2012 And Appearing In A Full-scale Arrangement For Studio Orchestra, As Well As A More Intimate Version For String Quartet. Stylistically, Yoshiki Has Embraced The Contemporary Instrumental Genre, Which Appeals To A Mainstream Audience Rather More Than To Serious Classical Aficionados, And He Has Drawn In Listeners From The World Music And New Age Camps, So His Fans Are As Diverse As His Category-defying Pieces. Featuring The London Philharmonic Orchestra, The Tokyo City Philharmonic Orchestra, And The Quartet San Francisco As Guest Artists, And Including Tracks Produced By George Martin, This Album Surprisingly Offers Only Fleeting Glimpses Of Yoshiki As A Piano Soloist On Three Tracks, So It Feels More Like A Collaboration Of All The Artists, Which Is Fitting Since Portions Of The Proceeds Will Go To Charity."...more
 
Veracini / Gluck / Jorgen Schmidt-Voigt / Johanna Martzy - Kammermusik
Rare Maroon & Silver Label Stereo Housed In A Laminated Cover. One Of Only 175 Copies Made. Veracini: Konzert-Sonate e-Moll For Violin And Piano; Gluck: Andante For Violin' Mozart :String Quartet KV 464; Mozart: String Quartet KV 464; Schubert: Piano Trio Op. 99; Handel: Trio Sonate VII. Features Johanna Martzy, Violin. Appears Unplayed....more
 
Danger Mouse & Daniele Luppi - Rome
Sealed 2015 Reissue. “Rome, A Long-Gestating Collaboration Between Producer Brian Joseph Burton (Aka Danger Mouse) And Italian Composer Daniele Luppi, Pays Tribute To Italian Cinema’s Spaghetti Western Era With The Subtlety Of A Revolver To The Forehead. Lovingly Detailed, Atmospheric, And Oozing The Technicolor Glow Of A Smoke-Stained '70s Movie Screen, Rome Is Awfully Hard Not To Cheer For, Even When It’s Stuck On Autopilot, As Rarely Do Pet Projects Feel This Alive And Sumptuous. Burton And Luppi Were Wise To Bring On Jack White And Norah Jones To Flesh Things Out, As Their Vocal Contributions Provide A Much-Needed Break From The Immaculate Yet Familiar Melodies. Jones, With Her Smoky Timbre And Laid-Back Delivery, Brings A Cool Confidence To Standout Cuts Like “Season’s Trees” And “Black," While White, Who Spent Countless Hours Driving Around And Listening To The Instrumental Mixes While Bouncing Ideas Into A Hand-Held Tape Recorder, Manages To Make Songs Like “Two Against One” And “The World,” The Latter Of Which Features A Knockout Octave Vocal, Feel As Sinister As Their Intentions. Rome’s Instrumental Bits Feel Nearly Interchangeable With Their Morricone/Tarantino Counterparts, But There’s A Joyful Lawlessness To The Whole Affair That Makes It Feel Less Like A Lark And More Like A Fever Dream Come To Unlikely Fruition.” – J.C. Monger, AMG...more
 
Hamilton, Anthony - Soulife
Sealed 2005 2LP Gatefold Original With Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. The Lost Album From The Grammy Nominated Soul Singer....more
 
Modern Jazz Quartet - The Modern Jazz Quartet Plays George Gershwin's Porgy & Bess
Factory Sealed 1965 Heavy Vinyl Blue & Green Label With Fan Logo Stereo Original. “The Modern Jazz Quartet, A Group Legendary For It's Feats During Their Heyday In The Cool Bop Period Of Jazz Music, Shares With The Listener A Brilliant Effort Encompassing Their Impression Of Composer George Gershwin's "Porgy And Bess." Acclaimed By Encyclopedia Britannica As "The Greatest American Musical Drama Ever Written," The Modern Jazz Quartet Perform It At The Highest Level Of Creative Flair To Pay Homage To A Marvel Of Composition With The Utmost Degree Of Sincerity And Respect. This Is A Piece That Gershwin Took A Full 11 Months To Compose And Nine Months To Orchestrate, All Based On The Initial Inspiration From A Drama Written By Playwright Dorothy Heyward. Opening Up The Score Is Gershwin's Dazzling And Seductive Tune "Summertime," A Landslide Mark Of Musical Brilliance. So Daring And Stylish Do The Quartet Seem, That They Bring Quite A Sense Of Dynamics And Energy To The Performance. The Percussive Textures Of Connie Kay On Drums And Percy Heath On Bass Blend In Beautifully With The Lush Dual Sound Of John Lewis On Piano And Milt Jackson On The Vibraharp. The Second Tune, "Bess, You Is My Women," Is An Up-Tempo Delight Of Soaring Swing, With A Combination Of Dashing Walking Basslines And Sweetly Decorated Melody Chops. "My Man's Gone Now" Is A Savvy Piece That Deeply Grips The Listener's Soul And Sweeps Them Away. Alluring And Charming In Content, One Can Sincerely Feel The Band Has Spoken Confidently, Not Diminishing Its Avant-Garde Form. Two Other Tunes Of Note On The Record Are "I Love Porgy," A Sentimental And Softly Done Ballad, And "It Ain't Necessarily So," Quite A Mesmerizing Tune Encompassing A Vast Array Of Changing Meters. Sweetly Syncopated, This Jam Is Quite A Roller Coaster Ride. The Modern Jazz Quartet Is Alive And Well In This Effort, Thoroughly Brewing With Overbearing Optimism. Lavish In Orchestration, Shining With Dexterity, It Is No Wonder That It Is Rare To Find Such A Group That Can Emulate George Gershwin's Work With Such Spontaneity And Prowess. The Music Is Felt In The Text Of A Discretely Tight Yet Unpredictable Setting, Yet The Band Doesn't Fail To Go Overboard On Taste. Well Versed In Direction And Refreshing In Statement, The Modern Jazz Quartet Invents Gershwin In A New Fashion, With A Personality In And Of Their Own.” Shawn M. Haney, AMG....more
 
Harper, Roy - Lifemask
1973 Original Housed In A Die-Cut Cover That Opens In The Center. Appears Unplayed. “Lifemask Was An Emotional If Not Musical Rebirth For Roy Harper, Who Nearly Lost His Life In 1972 Due To A Rare Congenital Circulatory Disorder. When The Album Was Released In Early 1973, It Showed Harper Refining The Acoustic Music He Had Perfected On 1971's Stormcock. Some Of The Songs On The Album Previously Appeared In A Motion Picture Entitled Made, But The Sound Is Nonetheless Consistent Throughout. "Highway Blues" And "South Africa" Are The Best-Known Songs On This Set, And Have Remained Concert Mainstays For Many Years. The Former Is A Strong Opener And Added A Touch Of Synthesizer To Harper's Instrumental Stable, While The Latter Was A Political Comment On Apartheid In The Guise Of A Touching Love Song. "Little Lady" And "Bank Of The Dead" (Featuring Jimmy Page) Are Fairly Similar In Sound And Context, But Remain Pleasant, If Not Classic, Cuts Anyway. The Album-Closing "The Lord's Prayer" Is Quite Possibly The Most Confounding Piece In Harper's Catalog. It Has All The Benchmarks Of One Of His Classics -- Epic, Album-Side Length, Poetically Obscure Lyrics, Many Musical Movements, And, As Usual, Guitar Help From Jimmy Page. However, Despite Its Potential, The Song's A Bit Boring And Doesn't Approach Harper's Former Or Future Epics In Terms Of Listenability.” Brian Downing, AMG....more
 

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