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Doors - L.A. Woman
Factory Sealed 1998 Limited Edition 180gm HQ Reissue Housed In An Embossed, Die-Cut Jacket With Yellow Inner Sleeve. Remastered By Steve Hoffman. This Is Super Low Number 0037. Archival Quality Copy....more
Rickie Lee Jones - Rickie Lee Jones
Sealed 1997 Numbered, German Audiophile 180gm Vinyl Revival Edition. This Is Number 1249....more
Sherley, Glen - Glen Sherley (Live At Vacaville)
Sealed 1972 Heavy-Duty Gatefold Original. “Singer-Guitarist-Songwriter Glen Sherley Was One Of The Great Success Stories, And One Of The Most Tragic Figures In Country Music Of The 1970s, With A Career That Lasted Less Than A Decade. A Convict At Vacaville, CA And Formerly A Resident Of Criminal Justice Institutions In Chino, Solidad, San Quentin, And Folsom, Sherley Began Writing Songs In The 1960s And Sent A Tape Of One Of Them To Johnny Cash. It Was While Incarcerated At Folsom That Sherley Saw Cash Perform "Greystone Chapel," And That Heralded His Career As A Songwriter. His Next Big Step Came When Eddy Arnold Recorded A Sherley Song, "Portrait Of My Woman," Which Became A Single And The Title Track Of Arnold's Next Album. This Led To A Live Recording Of Glen Shirley, Done In Cooperation With The California Prison Authorities On Jan. 31, 1971, Which Was Released By Mega Records. The Album Was Successful Enough To Get Sherley A Contract With House Of Cash, Johnny Cash's Publishing Organization, As A Songwriter. He Also Made It Into The Movie Flower Out Of Place, A Documentary About Performances At Tennessee State Prison, Performing With Johnny Cash, Linda Ronstadt, And Roy Clark. Sherley's Final Years In The Late '70s Were Marked By Obscurity And Confusion Along With Estrangement From His Family. He Took His Life In The Spring Of 1978. Glen Sherley Is A Live Album Cut At Vacaville Prison In California, Featuring Sherley's "Greystone Chapel" And "Portrait Of My Woman," Previous Hits For Johnny Cash And Eddy Arnold Respectively, And Ten More Songs, With The Singer-Songwriter Backed Up By A Top Cadre Of Nashville Musicians.” All Music Guide....more
Lanois, Daniel - Acadie
1989 With Custom Inner Sleeve. Mastered At Sterling. LP Appears New, Unplayed. “This Stunning Debut Album By An Artist That Had Hitherto Been Known Only As A Producer Is Priceless, And Stands Up Well To Repeated Listening. It Is A Blend Of New Orleans Rhythm, Rock, New Age Mysticism, And Folk. It Is Not Mushy But It Is As Caressing To The Ear As To The Mind. It Has The Very Distinctive Ethereal Sound Of The Albums He Produced For Among Others The Neville Brothers And Robbie Robertson. All The Songs Were Written Or Co-Written By Lanois, With The Exception Of The Traditional "Amazing Grace" (Done In An Untraditional Manner And Sung By Aaron Neville). The Songs Affect A Rural And Uncomplicated Yet Very Complete And Full Sound That Brings The Listener Into Their Mood, Swing Into The Full Lilting Joy Of "Under A Stormy Sky," To The Haunting And Ominous "Where The Hawkwind Kills." His Sound Is A Distinctive Signature, That Holds Well With Each Different Song And With Each Artist For Whom He Has Fashioned Albums.” Bob Gottlieb, AMG....more
King, Albert - I'll Play The Blues For You
Sealed 1994 Limited Edition Audiophile Reissue Cut By Stan Ricker....more
Rouse, Charlie - Social Call
Sealed 1984 Original. Cut Corner. Features Albert Dailey, Cecil McBee And Kenny Washington. Pressed On Quiex Type Virgin Vinyl. “Tenor Saxophonist Charlie Rouse, 59 At The Time, Is In Top Form For This Bop-Oriented Set. Teamed Up With Trumpeter Red Rodney, Pianist Albert Dailey, Bassist Cecil McBee And Drummer Kenny Washington, Rouse Performs Don Sickler Arrangements Of Four Jazz Standards (Including "Half Nelson" And Tadd Dameron's "Casbah"), Plus An Obscurity ("Greenhouse") And His Own "Little Chico." Old Friends Rouse And Rodney Work Off Each Other Very Well, And The Results Are Swinging And Enjoyable.” Scott Yanow, All Music Guide....more
Scriabin / Evelyne Dubourg - Piano Sonatas 3, 4, 10
1972 Laminated Gatefold Original. Evelyne Dubourg, Piano. LP Appears Glossy, Unplayed....more
Bill Lewis / Khan Jamal - The River
Sealed, Rare 1977 Original. Bill Lewis, Vibraphone; Khan Jamal, Marimba....more
Brooks, Tina - True Blue
Sealed 2008 Limited Edition 45rpm 2LP 180gm HQ Stereo Reissue Housed In A Super Deluxe Gatefold Jacket. About Three Thousand Dollars Less Than A Mint Original....more
Gene Clark / Hugo Montenegro / Byrds Related - The Farmer
Sealed, Rare 1977 Original. Music By Hugo Montenegro Plus "The American Dreamer" & "Outside The Law" By Gene Clark. Only The Second Copy We've Ever Seen....more
Sibelius - Violin Concerto
Stunning 1960 UK ED1 Deep Groove, Wide Band Stereo Original Housed In A Laminated, Scalloped, Flip-Back Cover (Without Blue Border). This Glossy LP Appears To Have Never Been Placed On A Turntable. Oivin Fjelstad Conducting The London Symphony Orchestra With Ruggiero Ricci, Violin. Has Closed At Over $5,000 On The Bay....more
10CC - Original Soundtrack
Mint 1975 Japanese First Pressing Housed In A Gatefold Cover With Obi....more
Lowell George / Little Feat Related - Thanks I'll Eat It Here
Sealed 1979 Original. Small Saw Cut. Believe It Or Not, The First Sealed Copy We Have Ever Had In Stock! “Thanks I'll Eat It Here Is Strikingly Different From The Fusion-Leanings Of Little Feat's Last Studio Album, Time Loves A Hero. Lowell George Never Cared For Jazz-Fusion, So It Should Be Little Surprise That There's None To Be Heard On Thanks. Instead, He Picks Up Where Dixie Chicken Left Off (He Even Reworks That Album's Standout "Two Trains"), Turning In A Laid-Back, Organic Collection Of Tunes Equal Parts New Orleans R&B, Country, Sophisticated Blues, And Pop. George Wasn't In Good Health During The Sessions For Thanks, Which You Wouldn't Tell By His Engaging Performances, But From The Lack Of New Tunes. Out Of The Nine Songs On The Album, Only Three Are Originals, And They're All Collaborations. That's A Drawback Only In Retrospect -- It's Hard Not To Wish That The Last Album George Completed Had More Of His Own Songs -- But Lowell Was A First-Rate Interpreter, So Even Covers Of Allen Toussaint ("What Do You Want The Girl To Do"), Ann Peebles ("I Can't Stand The Rain") And Rickie Lee Jones ("Easy Money") Wind Up Sounding Of Piece With The Original Songs. George's Music Rolls So Easy, The Album Can Seem A Little Slight At First, But It Winds Up Being A Real Charmer. Yes, A Few Songs Drift By And, Yes, Jimmy Webb's Vaudevellian "Himmler's Ring" Feels Terribly Out Of Place, But Lowell's Style Is So Distinctive And His Performances So Soulful, It's Hard Not To Like This Record If You've Ever Had A Fondness For Little Feat. After All, It's Earthier And More Satisfying Than Any Feat Album Since Feats Don't Fail Me Now And It Has The Absolutely Gorgeous "20 Million Things," The Last Great Song George Ever Wrote” Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AMG....more
Cream - Fresh Cream
1977 White Label Promo Housed In A Gatefold Cover With Embossed Silver Foil Collector's Edition Sticker On The Cover. LP Appears Glossy, Unplayed....more
Mars Volta - Live At The Electric Ballroom, July 9, 2003
2005 Promo Only 2LP (One Pressed On Clear Green, The Other On Mauve Vinyl) Live Album Housed In A Generic Black Sleeve With Custom Info Sheet. Recorded On Jul 9, 2003. New, Unplayed Copy....more

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