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Ian, Janis - For All The Seasons Of Your Mind
Sealed 1967 Stereo Original. “Janis Ian Followed Up Her Self-Titled Debut With The Appropriately Trippy For All The Seasons Of Your Mind (1968). Her No-Nonsensical Approach And Bellicose Lyrical Style Was Poignantly Defined By The Widely Banned Single "Society's Child", Which Dealt With Interracial Relationships. The Singer/Songwriter Allows For A Bit Of Psychedelic Poetry To Colour Her Commentaries. Again, She Is Accompanied By Studio Musicians Whom Ian Gives Full And Respective Credit For Their Contributions -- A Rarity For Many Solo Artists In The Late ‘60s. The Band Provide Ian With A Variety Of Sonic Pallets Ranging From The Sitar Twang Of The Opening Title Track To The Baroque Orchestration That Graces The Instrumental Introduction Of "Insanity Comes Quietly To The Structured Mind". There Are Several Introspective And More Traditional Folk Tunes Including The Stark "There Are Times", Which Foreshadows Laura Nyro's "New York Tendaberry" And The Scathing Observational Statement On The Status Of The Aged On "Shady Acres". The Quiet And Personal "Evening Star" Hearkens Toward Ian's Future Jazz-Inspired Works. She Maintains A Delicate Command Of The Stirring And Moody Piano Inflections That Trickle All Around Her Vocals In A Sort Of Improvisational Dance. The Track Also Has The Maturity Of A Pop Music Standard From The Likes Of Gershwin Or Cahn. Ian Slightly Bends The Piano Voicings To Replicate Her Own Soulful Intonations. One Of The Hidden Gems On The LP Is The More Contemporary Minor Chord Masterpiece "Bahimsa". The Performance Evokes A Distinct European Flavour That Might Suggest The Incredible String Band Or Pentangle.” Lindsay Planer AMG....more
 
National Gallery / Chuck Mangione Related - National Gallery
Sealed 1968 Stereo Original. Small Cut Out Hole. Includes Color Artwork Insert. Features Chuck Mangione. Musical Interpretations Of The Paintings Of Paul Klee. Rare....more
 
Gil Scott-Heron - Moving Target
1982 Original With Gold Promo Stamp On Back And Custom Inner Sleeve With Complete Lyrics. Cut Corner. LP Appears New, Unplayed....more
 
Belletto, Al - Coach's Choice
1973 Original LP From Saxophonist Al Belletto, His Only Studio Effort. Hard To Find Independent Jazz. Cover Has Some General Seam Wear And Light Ring Wear....more
 
Bardens, Peter - The Answer
1970 Stereo Original US Press, Still In Shrink, On The Gold Verve Forecast Label. Featuring Singer Linda Lewis. Small Bottom Right Corner Bump....more
 
Taylor, Montana - Montana's Blues
1977 Original Compilation, Complied By Martin Van Olderen. Old Stickers On Back Cover From "Munich Records B.V" A Dutch Record Label And Distribution Company. Light Creasing On Cover And Corner Rubs. Vinyl Appears Glossy....more
 
Kid Thomas And His Algiers Stompers - On Stage
Early 60's Original LP, Housed In Laminated Jacket. Includes Old Mail Order Sheet From "Jazzology Records", Who Were Based In North Carolina. Light Discoloration To The Top Part Of Front Cover. Very Small Tear Mark On Top Seam & Two Small Corner Bumps....more
 
Morgan, Lee - Live At The Lighthouse
1970 Blue & White Liberty Label 2LP Gatefold Original. "VAN GELDER" Machine Stamped In Dead Wax. Both LPs Appear Unplayed. Features Bennie Maupin, Harold Mabern, Jymie Merritt And Mickey Roker. Top Recommendation. Gatefold Has Just A Hint Of Ring Wear And Some Light General Edge Wear, Few Light Bumps Along Jacket Mouth Edge. Two Very Small Corner Bumps To Right Top And Bottom....more
 
Ashton, Gardner & Dyke - What A Bloody Long Day It's Been
1972 Heavy-Duty Gatefold Original From The Power Rock Trio. Still In Shrink. What Appears To Be Foxing Is Part Of The Cover Art. Small Top Left Corner Push....more
 
Trance Trax / Spectralyser / Thor Hammer / Others - Hard Beat 3th Compilation
Sealed First Pressing From 1991 Featuring Nude Photo Cover....more
 
Crosby, Stills & Nash - Crosby, Stills & Nash
Rare 1982 Limited Edition Half-Speed Master Housed In A Gatefold Cover....more
 
Beach Boys - Pet Sounds
Sealed 2016 Mono, 50th Anniversary Pressing. Excellent Introductory Mono Copy For The Price....more
 
Dramarama - Cinéma Vérité
1985 Hard To Find Original. "Probably The Greatest Rock Release From 1985 That Almost No One Has Ever Heard, Cinema Verite Is A Simply Fantastic Album. Blending Everything From British Invasion Panache And Glam Influences To Punk Energy And Back Again, Its Cult Legend Was Established By L.a. Dj Legend Rodney Bingenheimer. He Played "Anything, Anything (I'll Give You)" To Death On His Show And Created A Sizeable Following For The New Jersey Band In Southern California. It's No Surprise Why: "Anything, Anything" Simply Smokes, A Rave-up For The Modern Day That Starts With A Blasting Riff Before Hitting A High-speed Punch That Doesn't Stop, While Singer John Easdale Details The Highs And Lows Of A Relationship With A Breathless Yowl. There's Much More To Cinema Verite Than That Song, Though, As Even A Casual Listen Demonstrates. Guitarists Mr. E Boy And Peter Wood Distill The Kick Of Performers Like Keith Richards, Mick Ronson, And Mott The Hoople-era Mick Ralphs Into A Hot-wired Combination, While Rhythm Section Chris Carter (Bass) And Jesse (Drums) Hit The Beat With Heart And Talent. Add In Keyboardist Theothorous Athanasious Ellenis For Final Flair And The Results Are Jaw Dropping. "Scenario," For Instance, Is The Greatest Song The Psychedelic Furs Never Wrote, With A Chugging Beat, Cut-to-the-chase Solos, And Easdale's Delicious Dylan-into-ian Hunter-via-bowie Vocals Creating The Definition Of Energetic Melancholia. Speaking Of Bowie, There's A Fantastic Cover Of His "Candidate," The Freaked-out Psychosis Fully Intact, Not To Mention A Nicely Dissipated Take On The Velvet Underground's "Femme Fatale." Add In Everything From The Anguished Kick Of "Questions?" And The Building Explosion Of "Some Crazy Dame" To The Concluding Elegance Of "Emerald City," And This Isn't A Cult Classic, But Classic, Period. Rhino's Welcome Reissue In 1995 Tacked On Eight Bonus Tracks, Including Demo Takes And Sparer, Nervous Early Singles, And Two Extensive Essays Celebrating Both The Band And This Wonderful Record." AMG-Ned Raggett...more
 
Rolling Stones - Sticky Fingers
Sealed 1994 180gm HQ Reissue Remastered By Bob Ludwig For Gateway Studios. This Issue Is Especially Interesting In That It Has The Working Zipper On The Front Of The Jacket With A Separate Hard, Clear Plastic Protective Cover And The Gatefold Completely Opens To Reveal Andy Warhol's Underpants Photo Behind The Zipper. On The Original Pressings, The Jacket Was Glued Shut To Protect Faint-Hearted Damsels. First Copy We Have Had In Stock In Six Years....more
 
Rolling Stones - Exile On Main Street
Sealed, Long Out Of Print 1994 Limited Edition 180gm HQ 2LP Pressed At RTI. Custom Gatefold Original Packaging With 12 Postcard Reprints. Kills The Recent Reissue....more
 

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