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Counts - Funk Pump
Sealed 1974 Original With The Promotional Radio Station Timing Strip Incorporated Into The Cover Art. May Be A White Label Promo....more
 
Ellis, Don - Haiku
Sealed 1973 Original Featuring Ray Brown, Milcho Leviev, John Guerin, Tommy Tedesco And Others....more
 
Little Feat - Dixie Chicken
Sealed 1973 Original. Archival Quality Copy. “Following Roy Estrada's Departure During The Supporting Tour For Sailin' Shoes, Lowell George Became Infatuated With New Orleans R&B And Mellow Jamming, All Of Which Came To A Head On Their Third Album, 1973's Dixie Chicken. Although George Is Firmly In Charge - He Dominates The Record, Writing Or Co-Writing Seven Of The 10 Songs - This Is The Point Where Little Feat Found Its Signature Sound As A Band, And No Album They Would Cut From This Point On Was Too Different From This Seductive, Laid-Back, Funky Record. But No Album Would Be Quite As Good, Either, Since Dixie Chicken Still Had Much Of The Charming Lyrical Eccentricities Of The First Two Albums, Plus What Is Arguably George's Best-Ever Set Of Songs. Partially Due To The New Orleans Infatuation, The Album Holds Together Better Than Sailin' Shoes And George Takes Full Advantage Of The Band's Increased Musical Palette, Writing Songs That Sound Easy But Are Quite Sophisticated, Such As The Rolling "Two Trains," The Gorgeous, Shimmering "Juliette," The Deeply Soulful And Funny "Fat Man In The Bathtub" And The Country-Funk Of The Title Track, Which Was Covered Nearly As Frequently As "Willin'." In Addition To "Walkin' All Night," A Loose Bluesy Jam By Barrere And Bill Payne, The Band Also Hauls Out Two Covers Which Fit George's Vibe Perfectly: Allan Toussaint's Slow Burner "On Your Way Down" And "Fool Yourself." It All Adds Up To A Nearly Irresistible Record, Filled With Great Songwriting, Sultry Grooves, And Virtuosic Performances That Never Are Flashy. Little Feat, Along With Many Jam Bands That Followed, Tried To Top This Album, But They Never Managed To Make A Record This Understated, Appealing And Fine.” Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AMG....more
 
Kunzel, Erich - Time Warp
Stunning 1984. Earth Shattering 1984 Digital Recording. Warning On Jacket States "Warning! Time Warp Contains Some Of The Most Powerful Signal Content Ever Released On A Commercial Recording." First Copy We Have Seen In Six Years. Appears Glossy, Unplayed....more
 
Martin, Dean - Door Is Still Open To My Heart
Sealed 1964 Stereo Original. Small Cut Corner....more
 
Silver Convention - Save Me
Sealed 1975 Original With Song Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Includes Their Monster Hit: "Fly Robin, Fly."...more
 
Barrabas - Barrabas
Sealed 1974 Original....more
 
Sanborn, David - A Change Of Heart
Sealed 1987 Original....more
 
Sanborn, David - Heart To Heart
Sealed 1978 Original. Tiny Saw Cut. “By The Time Of His Third Album, Altoist David Sanborn's Popularity And Influence Was Growing Month By Month. Most Of These Numbers Feature Sanborn With An Enlarged Rhythm Section (With Such Studio Vets As Guitarists Hugh Mccracken And David Spinozza, Don Grolnick Or Richard Tee On Keyboards, Vibraphonist Mike Mainieri, Bassist Herb Bushler And Drummer Steve Gadd). However, "Short Visit" Is Something Special, For Sanborn Was Joined By What Was Mostly The Gil Evans Orchestra; Evans Even Wrote The Chart. Otherwise, This Is A Typical Sanborn Release With Plenty Of Danceable Rhythms And The Focus On His Passionate Alto.” Scott Yanow, AMG....more
 
Clarke, Stanley (Jeff Beck Related) - Time Exposure
Sealed 1984 Original. “While Still Deeply Into The R&B/Funk Thing, Clarke's Time Exposure Is A Cut Or Two Above Its Immediate Neighbors In Quality, Thanks Mostly To Some Superior Tunesmithing On Clarke's Part. The Title Track Is The Prize Of The Set And One Of The Best Funk Numbers Of Clarke's Career, An Ingratiating Fusion Of A Riff And A Tune That Won't Quit The Memory, Set To A Vigorous Groove And Hammered Out By Rock Guitarist Jeff Beck. Even The Obviously Radio-Minded Ballad "Heaven Sent You" (A Number 21 R&B Hit) Is A Better-Than-Average Bit Of R&B Writing -- And Here And Elsewhere, Clarke Wisely Leaves The Lead Vocals Mostly To Others. The Sheer Speed And Power Of Clarke's Electric And Piccolo Bass Work Is Astonishing Throughout The Album, And The Album As A Whole Has A Techno Sound And Edge Reflecting A Period Of Time Just Before Analog Synthesizers Were Swept Away By Digital Instruments. Ernie Watts And Perennial Co-Conspirator George Duke Make Cameo Appearances On One Track Apiece.” Richard S. Ginell, AMG....more
 
Who - Meaty, Beaty, Big And Bouncy
Factory Sealed 1971 Rainbow Label Gatefold Original. Cut Corner. We Assume This Set Includes The Rare 4 Page Insert Detailing The Track Listings And The Exclusive Versions Of "I'm A Boy" And "Magic Bus." First Copy We Have Ever Seen With The Gold Hype Sticker Across The Top Of The Shrink....more
 
Guess Who - Power In The Music
Sealed 1975 Satin-Textured Die-Cut Gimmick Cover Original....more
 
Chairmen Of The Board - Bittersweet
Sealed 1972 Original. Very Difficult To Find Without A Cut Out Hole. “After The Departure Of Eddie Curtis, The Chairmen Of The Board Found Themselves Pared Down To A Trio For Their 1972 Release Bittersweet. This Turned Out To Be A Blessing In Disguise Because It Allowed The Group To Eliminate The Middle-Of-The-Road Ballad Covers That Custis Favored And Resulted In Their Most Consistent Overall Album To Date. The Impressive "Men Are Getting Scarce" Provides The Album With An Energetic Opener And Its Combination Of Wah-Wah Guitar And Pulsing Keyboards Isn't Too Far From The Funky, Message-Oriented Soul Sound That The Temptations Were Scoring With At The Time. Other Notable Tunes On This Album Include The Title Track, A Breakup Ballad With An Unusual But Effective Slow-Fast-Slow Structure, And "Working On A Building Of Love," An Infectious Up-Tempo Tune That Blends A Piano-Pounding, Gospel-Tinged Melody With A Clever Lyric Worthy Of Smokey Robinson. However, The Album's Finest Moment Is "I'm On My Way To A Better Place," A Spiritual Ballad Built On A Soaring, String-Laden Melody That Features An Intensely Moving Vocal Performance From General Johnson. The Other Tunes Don't Command The Attention As Strongly As The Songs Mentioned Here, But Each Is Well-Crafted And Adds To The Album's Smooth, Consistent Feel. The Result Lacks The Consistent, High Level Of Inspiration To Be Judged A Masterpiece But It Will Definitely Please Anyone Who Enjoys The Chairmen Of The Board's Hits.” - Donald A. Guarisco, All Music Guide...more
 
Hooker, John Lee - Live At Soledad Prison
Sealed 1972 Original. Tiny Cut Out Hole. Rear Shrink Has The Original Wherehouse Record Store Price Tag In Place....more
 
Raney, Jimmy - Strings & Swings
1969 White Label Promo Housed In A Laminated Jacket. Appears Unplayed. Features Gene Orloff, Walter Trampler, Charles McCracken, Peter Ind And Nick Stabulas. Top Recommendation. Small Saw Notch....more
 

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