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Steely Dan - Aja
Stunning Original Housed In A Heavy And Laminated (Inside And Out) Gatefold Cover. Also Includes The Custom Card Inner Sleeve. 1C/1A Stampers On The Original Yellow Label....more
J.D. Souther - Home By Dawn
Sealed 1984 Original With "Go Ahead And Rain" Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Small Saw Cut. Guest Vocals By Don Henley. First Copy We Have Had In Stock Since '05....more
Astaire, Fred - Astaire Time
First Copy We Have Ever Seen Of This Factory Sealed 1960 Promotional Only LP. Features Barrie Chase, Count Basie, Joe Williams, Hermes Pan And David Rose. Archival Quality Copy....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
Kokomo Arnold / Peetie Wheatstraw - Blues Classics By Kokomo Arnold And Peetie Wheatstraw
Sealed Compilation Of Recordings From 1934 To 1937....more
Shari Lewis With Lampchop And Charlie Horse - Fun In Shariland
1960 Deep Groove Mono Original In Shrink Wrap. This LP Was Sealed. We Opened to Check That There Was An Inner Sleeve. LP Is Unplayed....more
Otis, Johnny - Great Rhythm & Blues
Sealed 1977 Original. Cut Out Hole....more
Otis, Johnny - Great Rhythm And Blues Oldies, Volume 3
Sealed 1973 Stereo Original Featuring Shuggie Otis, Jackie Kelso, Delmar Evans, Clifford Solomon And Others....more
Phipps, Sam / Oingo Boingo Related - Animal Sounds
Sealed 1981 Private Label Original From The Oingo Boingo Horn Man. Phipps, Tenor Sax; John Larkin, Piano; Noah Young, Bass And Steve Larantz, Drums....more
Rolling Stones - Let It Bleed
Sealed 2014 180gm Clear Vinyl Plated And Pressed At QRP. This Pressing Restores The Original Intent Of Continuous Play Through The Album Sides, Eliminating The Bands Of Silence Between Tracks....more
Santana - Zebop
1981 Original With Rare Custom Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap And Custom Inner Sleeve. 2A/2B Stampers. LP Appears New, Unplayed....more
Young, Neil - Freedom
Rare 1989 Record Club Edition With Yellow & Blue Labels And Custom Inner Sleeves. Mastered By Randy Mahon, Jr. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. 4 1/2 Stars In All Music Guide. First One Of These We Have Had In Stock....more
Springsteen, Bruce - Greetings From Asbury Park N.J.
1980 Reissue (Bar Code On Back Of Die Cut Gatefold). Vinyl Appears Glossy, Unplayed....more
Bowie, David - Ziggy Stardust
1980 Black Label Reissue. 3A/3B Indianapolis Stampers. Glossy, Unplayed Condition....more
Bloomfield, Michael - Michael Bloomfield
1978 Black & Gold Label Heavy Vinyl Original In Shrink Wrap. Glossy, Unplayed Condition. "This Self-Titled Effort Found Bloomfield Reaching Back To His Nightclub Roots, Following Forays Into Acoustic Music (Analine), Sleazy R&B-Derived Rock (Count Talent & The Originals), Instructional Albums (If You Love These Blues Play 'Em As You Please), And Gospel Guitar Duets (Bloomfield/Harris). Six Of The Eight Tracks Here Are Blues Standards That Bloomfield Tailored To His Aggressive And In-Your-Face Guitar Style. The Sound Mirrors Count Talent’s Barroom Lurch, Only With A Smaller Cast. This Time, The Bedrock Is Drummer-Vocalist Bob Jones And Bassist "Gashouse Dave" Shorey, With Bloomfield Shouldering The Multi-Instrumental Load. Bloomfield Adds Some Deft Touches, Such As Lead Acoustic Guitar And Six-String Banjo On "Knockin' Myself Out," A Darkly Humorous Look At Self-Destruction. "Sloppy Drunk" Sketches The Alcoholic's Life From A Lighter Standpoint, While "Women Loving Each Other" Is A Frank Examination Of Lesbianism, From The Jilted Man's Side. Bloomfield And Friends Also Nod To Their Roots On A Haunting Rendition Of "See That My Grave Is Kept Clean," Which Glows From His Accordion, Piano, And Acoustic Slide Guitar. This Album Is Among His Most Consistent Efforts; Needless To Say, It's Also Extremely Scarce, So Snatch It Up Before Another Knowledgeable Person Gets There First." Ralph Heibutzki, AMG....more

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