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Led Zeppelin II
Used Import - 8122796640
NM 2020 Repress Of The Remastered Reissue Done By Jimmy Page. Hype Sticker Affixed Directly To Jacket . Custom Holographic Sticker And Import Sticker On Back Cover. The Iconic Zepp Album In All Its Extended Glory. The Extra Outtakes Are Worth Their Weight. Their sophomore release is widely regarded as one of the greatest rock albums of all time. The album features some of Led Zeppelin's most iconic songs, including "Whole Lotta Love," "Heartbreaker," and "Ramble On." The album showcases the band's talent for combining elements of blues, rock, and folk music to create a unique and electrifying sound that has influenced countless musicians over the years. This is surely an essential album for any rock music fan and a must-have addition to any music collection. ... more
Sixty Minutes With Clarence Carter
Used - LP - FM-LA186-F
1973 Original. Sixty Minutes With Clarence Carter is a soulful record album that showcases the smooth and sultry voice of the legendary R&B singer, Clarence Carter. With its infectious grooves, heartfelt lyrics, and soul-stirring melodies, Sixty Minutes With Clarence Carter is a tour-de-force of R&B and soul music. Carter's unique blend of gospel-infused soul, blues, and funk is on full display here, with each track showcasing his signature style and sound. Whether he's crooning about heartbreak and loss on "It Was So Nice While It Lasted" or delivering a powerful message of hope and redemption on "Love's Trying To Come To You", Clarence Carter's voice is a force to be reckoned with. ... more
New - LP - 8122795953
Sealed, Latest Run Of The 2014 180gm Gatefold Reissue. Custom Hype Sticker On Front. His Classic Debut LP. "Given Gram Parsons' Habit Of Taking Control Of The Bands He Played With (And His Disinclination Towards Staying With Them For Very Long), It Was Inevitable That He Would Eventually Strike Out On His Own, And His First Solo Album, 1973's G.P., Is Probably The Best Realized Expression Of His Musical Personality. Working With A Crack Band Of L.A. And Nashville's Finest (Including James Burton On Guitar, Ronnie Tutt On Drums, Byron Berline On Fiddle, And Glen D. Hardin On Piano), He Drew From Them A Sound That Merged Breezy Confidence With Deeply Felt Southern Soul, And He In Turn Pulled Off Some Of His Most Subtle And Finely Detailed Vocal Performances; "She" And "A Song For You," In Particular, Are Masterful Examples Of Passion Finding Balance With Understatement. Parsons Also Discovered That Rare Artist With Whom He Can Be Said To Have Genuinely Collaborated (Rather Than Played Beside), Emmylou Harris; Gram And Harris' Spot-on Harmonies And Exchanged Verses On "We'll Sweep Out The Ashes In The Morning" And "That's All It Took" Are Achingly Beautiful And Instantly Established Her As One Country Music's Most Gifted Vocalists. On G.P., Parsons' Ambitious Vision Encompassed Hard-country Weepers, Wistful Ballads, Uptempo Dance Tunes, And Even Horn-driven Rhythm And Blues. He Managed To Make Them All Work, Both As Individual Tunes And As A Unified Whole. If It Falls Just Short Of Being His Greatest Work (An Honor That Goes To The Flying Burrito Brothers' The Gilded Palace Of Sin) Thanks To A Couple Songs That Are A Bit Too Oblique For Their Own Good ("The New Soft Shoe" May Be Beautiful, But Who Knows Just What It's Supposed To Be About), This Album Remains A Haunting Reminder Of Parsons' Talent And Influence, And Has Only Gotten Better With The Passing Years." AMG - Mark Deming. ... more
Parsley, Sage, Rosemary And Thyme
Audiophile - New - MFSL 1-484
Sealed 2019 Vinyl Numbered Remastered Reissue From Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab. #006879. "Parsley, Sage, Rosemary And Thyme" Is The Third Studio Album By American Folk Duo Simon & Garfunkel, Released On October 10, 1966. It Was Produced By Bob Johnston And Features An Array Of Studio Talent, From Carole Kaye, Hal Blaine, Joe Morello & Larry Knetchtel To Name A Few. The Album Contains Some Of Simon & Garfunkel's Most Famous And Enduring Songs, Including "Scarborough Fair/canticle," "Homeward Bound," "The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy)," And "The Dangling Conversation." The Title Of The Album Is Taken From The Opening Lines Of The Traditional English Ballad "Scarborough Fair," Which Is Featured On The Album. "Parsley, Sage, Rosemary And Thyme" Was A Commercial And Critical Success, Reaching #4 On The Billboard 200 Chart And Receiving A Grammy Nomination For Best Folk Performance In 1967. The Album Has Since Been Certified 2x Platinum In The United States. The Album Is Considered A Classic Of The Folk Rock Genre And Has Been Praised For Its Intricate Harmonies, Poetic Lyrics, And Timeless Melodies. ... more
Anti-Static Oak Wood Brush (Goat And Nylon Fiber For Dy & Wet Cleaning)
Accessory - AC042AA
This elegant Oak wood cleaning brush from Audio Anatomy is a highly efficient and easy to use accessory for maintaining your record collection. With its antistatic properties, this brush is ideal for both wet & dry cleaning application. Take care of that wax and the music will take care of you! ... more
Enema Of The State
New Import - 00602547998743
Sealed, Latest Repress Of The Gatefold Reissue. "If The Title Enema Of The State Didn't Give It Away, It Should Be Clear From Songs Like "Dumpweed," "What's My Age Again?," And "Dysentery Gary" That Moving To A Major Label Isn't A Sign Of Maturity For Blink-182. "Dammit (Growing Up)," The First Single From Their Third Album, Dude Ranch, Brought Them A Wider Audience And The Attention Of Major Labels, Which Was Just Too Tempting To Resist. They Signed With Mca, But The Only Sign That Enema Of The State Is A Major-Label Effort Is The Somewhat Cleaner Production And The Fact That They Could Afford Porn Superstar Janine -- All Decked Out As (Surprise!) An Enema Nurse -- For The Album Cover. Of Course, The Lovely Janine Is As Much An Indication As "Going Away To College," A Catchy Little Number That Pretty Much Repeats The Narrative Of "Dammit": Blink-182 Is Not Growing Up, No Way, No How, Nowhere. And That's Fine, Because Few Of Their Peers Are Quite As Blissfully Stupid And Effortlessly Catchy As Them. Sure, They Might Not Show The Emotional Depth Of Green Day, But They Have Good Tunes And Deliver Them In A Speedy, Punchy Fashion. Enema Of The State Isn't Going To Change Anyone's Life -- Unless It's The First Time A 13-Year-Old Boy Has Seen Janine -- And It Will Likely Irritate Old Codgers, But It's A Fun Record That's Better Than The Average Neo-punk Release." AMG - Stephen Thomas Erlewine. ... more
Cosmo's Factory
New Import - 8402
Sealed 180gm Reissue. Slated To Include Digital Download. "Throughout 1969 And Into 1970, Ccr Toured Incessantly And Recorded Nearly As Much. Appropriately, Cosmo's Factory's First Single Was The Working Band's Anthem "Travelin' Band," A Funny, Piledriving Rocker With A Blaring Horn Section -- The First Indication Their Sonic Palette Was Broadening. Two More Singles Appeared Prior To The Album's Release, Backed By John Fogerty Originals That Rivaled The A-Side Or Paled Just Slightly. When It Came Time To Assemble A Full Album, Fogerty Had Only One Original Left, The Claustrophobic, Paranoid Rocker "Ramble Tamble." Unlike Some Extended Instrumentals, This Was Dramatic And Had A Direction -- A Distinction Made Clear By The Meandering Jam That Brings CCR's Version Of "I Heard It Through The Grapevine" To 11 Minutes. Even If It Wanders, Their Take On The Marvin Gaye Classic Isn't Unpleasant, And Their Faithful, Exuberant Takes On The Sun Classics "Ooby Dooby" And "My Baby Left Me" Are Joyous Tributes. Still, The Heart Of The Album Lays In Those Six Fantastic Songs Released On Singles. "Up Around The Bend" Is A Searing Rocker, One Of Their Best, Balanced By The Menacing Murkiness Of "Run Through The Jungle." "Who'll Stop The Rain"'s Poignant Melody And Melancholy Undertow Has A Counterpart In Fogerty's Dope Song, "Lookin' Out My Back Door," A Charming, Bright Shuffle, Filled With Dancing Animals And Domestic Bliss - He Had Never Been As Sweet And Silly As He Is Here. On "Long As I Can See The Light," The Record's Final Song, He Again Finds Solace In Home, Anchored By A Soulful, Laid-Back Groove. It Hits A Comforting, Elegiac Note, The Perfect Way To Draw Cosmo's Factory -- An Album Made During Stress And Chaos, Filled With Raging Rockers, Covers, And Intense Jams -- To A Close." AMG - Stephen Thomas Erlewine. ... more
Give 'Em Enough Rope
New - LP - 88725446981
Sealed, Latest Run Of The 2013 180gm Remastered Reissue. “For Their Second Album, The Clash Worked With The American Hard Rock Producer Sandy Pearlman, Best-Known For His Work With Blue Öyster Cult And The Dictators. The Teaming Was Quite Controversial Within The Punk Community, And The Sound Of Give 'Em Enough Rope Is Considerably Cleaner, Yet The More Direct Sound Hardly Tamed The Clash. While The Record Doesn't Burn With The Same Intense, Amateurish Energy Of The Clash, It Does Have A Big, Forceful Sound That Is Nearly As Powerful. What Keeps Give 'Em Enough Rope From Being A Classic Is Its Slightly Inconsistent Material. Many Of The Songs Are Outright Classics, Particularly The First Half Of The Record ("Safe European Home," "English Civil War," "Tommy Gun," "Julie's Been Working For The Drug Squad") And "Stay Free," But The Group Loses Some Momentum Toward The End Of The Record. Even With Such Flaws, Give 'Em Enough Rope Ranks As One Of The Strongest Albums Of The Punk Era.” AMG - Stephen Thomas Erlewine. ... more
Alien Lanes
New - LP - OLE 123
Sealed, latest run of the 2015 gatefold reissue. "It's surprising what a difference it makes when a musician knows someone will actually be hearing his work. After 1994's charmingly sloppy Bee Thousand gained Guided By Voices a nationwide cult following (instead of the local cult following they were accustomed to), 1995's Alien Lanes found Robert Pollard and his partners in hard pop cleaning up their act a bit. For the most part, Alien Lanes isn't radically different from Bee Thousand -- it was primarily recorded on a four-track cassette machine (and sounds like it), and Guided By Voices was still a garage band with more in the way of inspiration than chops. But the musicians have put a bit more care and focus into their performance on this set; the playing is tighter and sharper, and the band plays toward their strengths, pushing their occasional sloppiness into a harder, more rock-oriented direction. And if Pollard and Tobin Sprout were still obsessed with tiny fragments of pop song wonderment, they also rounded up a more consistent collection of them; there aren't quite as many obvious masterpieces as on Bee Thousand, but also fewer obvious mistakes, and the sequencing gives the album a more consistent flow than before. Pollard also made genuine inroads into more lyrically cognizant material (though don't fret, "Auditorium" and "Blimps Go 90" are as cryptic as ever), and "Watch Me Jumpstart," "Striped White Jets," and "Motor Away" are simply superb pop/rock songs. (Sprout also gets a few shining moments on "A Good Flying Bird" and "Straw Dogs.") Both Bee Thousand and Alien Lanes sound like they were made by a band of inspired amateurs with great ideas; the difference is that Alien Lanes suggests that Guided By Voices wanted to prove that they could turn pro some day." AMG - Mark Deming. ... more
Excitable Boy
Audiophile - New - MOVLP1378
Sealed, Latest run of the 2015 180gm audiophile remastered reissue from Music On Vinyl. "Warren Zevon's Self-titled 1976 Album Announced He Was One Of The Most Striking Talents To Emerge From The Los Angeles Soft Rock Singer/Songwriter Community, And Linda Ronstadt (A Shrewd Judge Of Talent If A Sometimes Questionable Interpreter) Recorded Three Of Its Songs On Two Of Her Biggest-Selling Albums, Which Doubtlessly Earned Zevon Bigger Royalty Checks Than The Album Itself Ever Did. But If Warren Zevon Was An Impressive Calling Card, The Follow-up, Excitable Boy, Was An Actual Hit, Scoring One Major Hit Single, "Werewolves Of London," And A Trio Of Turntable Hits ("Roland The Headless Thompson Gunner," "Lawyers, Guns And Money," And The Title Track). But While Excitable Boy Won Zevon The Larger Audience His Music Certainly Deserved, The Truth Is It Was A Markedly Inferior Album; While It Had All The Bile Of Warren Zevon, And Significantly Raised Zevon's Dark-humor Factor, It Was Often Obvious Where His Previous Album Had Been Subtle, And While All 11 Tracks On Warren Zevon Were Strong And Compelling, Two Of The Nine Tunes On Excitable Boy -- "Johnny Strike Up The Band" And "Nighttime In The Switching Yard" -- Sound Like They're Just Taking Up Space. Musically, Most Of Excitable Boy Is Stuck In A Polished But Unexceptional Fm Pop Groove, And Only "Veracruz" Hints At The Artful Intelligence Of Warren Zevon's Finest Moments. It's Hard To Say If Zevon Was Feeling Uninspired Or Just Dumbing Himself Down When He Made Excitable Boy, But While It Made Him Famous, It Lacks The Smarts And Substance Of His Best Work." AMG - Mark Deming. ... more

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