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Rolling Stones - Five By Five
New, Unplayed 1982 Japanese Mono 5 Song EP With Obi. Also Includes The Tiny Condom Still Attached To The Obi. Pristine Copy....more
Jones, Elvin - Puttin' It Together
Sealed 2011 2LP 45rpm Stereo Reissue Housed In A Super Deluxe Gatefold Cover. Joe Farrell Did Some Of His Finest Playing While With Drummer Elvin Jones' Trio During 1968-69. Joined By Bassist Jimmy Garrison (In One Of His First Post-Coltrane Recordings), Farrell Really Digs Into Group Originals, Obscurities, "For Heaven's Sake" And Jimmy Heath's "Gingerbread Boy." With Jones Pushing Him And Garrison Sounding Quite Advanced, Farrell Was Consistently Inspired To Play At The Peak Of His Creativity....more
Turrentine, Stanley - Let It Go
1965 Black & Orange Label Stereo Original Housed In A Heavy-Duty Laminated Gatefold Cover. Van Gelder Stamped In Dead Wax. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. "For fans ready to graduate from Stanley Turrentine's many fine Blue Note sets, this excellent mid-'60s date on Impulse should be the perfect option. Joined by then-wife Shirley Scott on organ, Turrentine revels in a fine array of medium cookers, three of which came from his own pen. The covers are just as impressive, including a clutch of late-night blues and ballads from the standards canon ("Time After Time") and the Ellington ("The Feeling of Jazz") and Basie catalogs ("Sent for You Yesterday"). And making it all swing in the pocket, Turrentine and Scott get top-drawer support from bassists Ron Carter and Bob Cranshaw and drummers Mack Simpkins and Otis Finch. Enjoy." Stephen Cook, All Music....more
Tchaikovsky / Emil Gilels - Piano Concertos 1 & 3
1973 UK Original In Shrink Wrap. LP Appears New, Unplayed. Lorin Maazel Conducting The New Philharmonia Orchestra With Emil Gilels, Piano....more
Tangerine Dream - Ricochet
1975 Tan Two Virgins Label Original With Black Virgin Inner Sleeve. LP Appears Glossy, Unplayed. A1/B1 Stampers. 40 Minutes Of Electro Heaven....more
Tangerine Dream - Stratosfear
Beautiful 1976 UK Laminated Gatefold Original. LP Appears Glossy, Unplayed. “Stratosfear, The Last Tangerine Dream Album By The Great Baumann/Franke/Froese Threesome, Shows The Group's Desire To Advance Past Their Stellar Recent Material And Stake Out A New Musical Direction While Others Were Still Attempting To Come To Grips With Phaedra And Rubycon. The Album Accomplishes Its Mission With The Addition Of Guitar (Six- And 12-String), Grand Piano, Harpsichord, And Mouth Organ To The Usual Battery Of Moogs, Mellotrons, And E-Pianos. The Organic Instruments Take More Of A Textural Role, Embellishing The Effects Instead Of Working Their Own Melodic Conventions. Stratosfear Is Also The Beginning Of A More Evocative Approach For Tangerine Dream. Check The Faraway Harmonica Sounds And Assortment Of Synth-Bubbles On "3 AM At The Border Of The Marsh From Okefenokee" Or The Somber Chords And Choral Presence Of "The Big Sleep In Search Of Hades." The Title Track Opener Is The Highlight Though, Beginning With A Statuesque Synthesizer Progression Before Unveiling An Increasingly Hypnotic Line Of Trance.” John Bush, All Music Guide....more
Waits, Tom - Nighthawks At The Diner
Factory Sealed 1975 2LP Gatefold Original. Small, Clean Cut Out Hole. “For His Third Album, Nighthawks At The Diner, Tom Waits Set Up A Nightclub In The Studio, Invited An Audience, And Cut A 70-Minute, Two-LP Set Of New Songs. It's An Appropriate Format For Compositions That Deal Even More Graphically And, For The First Time, Humorously With Waits' Late-Night World Of Bars And Diners. The Love Lyrics Of His Debut Album Had Long Since Given Way To A Comic Lonely-Guy Stance Glimpsed In "Emotional Weather Report" And "Better Off Without A Wife." But What Really Matters Is The Elaborate Scene-Setting Of Songs Like The Six-And-A-Half-Minute "Spare Parts," The Seven-And-A-Half-Minute "Putnam County," And Especially The 11-And-A-Half-Minute "Nighthawk Postcards" That Are Essentially Poetry Recitations With Jazz Backing. Waits Is A Colorful Tour Guide Of Midnight L.A., Raving Over A Swinging Rhythm Section Of Jim Hughart (Bass) And Bill Goodwin (Drums), With Pete Christlieb Wailing Away On Tenor Sax Between Paragraphs And Mike Melvoin Trading Off With Waits On Piano Runs. You Could Call It Overdone, But Then, This Kind Of Material Made Its Impact Through An Accumulation Of Miscellaneous Detail, And Who's To Say How Much Is Too Much?” William Ruhlmann, All Music....more
Kersenbaum, Sylvia - Plays Mendelssohn, Scriabin, Brahms, Schubert, Liszt, Glinka
1976 UK Original In Shrink Wrap. LP Appears Glossy, Unplayed. Sylvia Kersenbaum, Piano....more
Phillips, Stu / Sandpipers / Strawberry Alarm Clock - Beyond The Valley Of The Dolls
Sealed, Rare 1970 Original. Tiny Cut Out Hole. Soundtrack To The Russ Meyer Movie....more
Jackson, Wanda - Lovin' Country Style
1962 Pink Label Promo Housed In A Stunning Cover....more
Shiva's Headband - Take Me To The Mountains
Factory Sealed 1970 Green Label With Purple Logo Original. Clean Cut Out Hole. "Back In The '60s, When Every Town In America Seemed To Have Its Own Burgeoning Music Scene, Austin Was Strangely Quiet. Long Before The City Became Filled With Clubs And Began Its Hosting Of The SXSW Music Festival, There Wasn't Much Happening On The Cool Texas Plateau. Not Much At All — Save For One Group That All But Dominated The Scene From The Late '60s To The Early '70s. That Group Was The Eclectic, Country-Fried Psychedelic Outfit Known As Shiva's Headband. Leader, Violinist, Guitarist, And Vocalist Spencer Perskin Was (And Still Is) The Quintessential Austin Hippie, Who Not Only Lobbied For City-Based Cultural Support For Local Artists (And Succeeded, By Founding The Armadillo World Headquarters) But Also Put Austin On The Worldwide Music Map With The Release Of Shiva's First Major-Label Effort, Take Me To The Mountains On Capitol (The First Ever Major-Label Release By An Austin Band). The Album Is Formidable, And Its Influence On The "Galactic Cowboy" Genre Was As Great As, Say, Love's Forever Changes Was To The West Coast Rock Scene. It Laid The Groundwork For Psychedelic Twang And Brought The World's Attention To The Creatively Diverse (Yet Firmly Rooted) Music That Was Beginning To Blossom Back In Those Texas Heydays. Unlike Their Peers The 13th Floor Elevators, Shiva's Headband Never Took Off Into The Stratosphere Completely, Though. Their Rock Was Honest Country-Rock All The Way, But Not To The Point That It Was Ever Just A Pedestrian Rehash. Songs Like "My Baby" And "Kaleidescoptic" May Feature Sawing Violin And Texas Drawl, But There's No Denying That Their Main Trajectory Is Rock." - AMG...more
Them / Van Morrison - Them Again
1968 Boxed Logo Mono UK 2nd Issue Housed In A Laminated Cover. LP Appears Glossy, Unplayed....more
Stravinsky - Petrouchka
Beautiful 1959 Deep Groove Plum Label Living Presence Stereo Original Housed In A Laminated Color Back Jacket. Antal Dorati Conducting The Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra. FR2/FR2 Stampers....more
Louise, Tina - It's Time For Tina
Stunning 1957 Deep Groove Stereo Original Featuring Coleman Hawkins, Hilton Jefferson And Tyree Glenn With The Buddy Weed Orchestra. The Glossy LP Appears Unplayed And The Jacket His Crisp Corners With A Stunning Color Photo Of Tina....more
Death Vessel - Stay Close
2007 Limited Edition Virgin Vinyl HQ Original. Only 500 Copies Made. Jacket Is VG+ Hence Price. "The Terrible Band Name Makes Death Vessel Sound Like They're Probably A Swedish Black Metal Group, But In Fact, Their Debut Album Is A Charming Exercise In Country-Ish Folk-Rock Led By Singer/Songwriter Joel Thibodeau. There Is No Insult Or Judgment Implied By This Statement, But It Must Be Said: Thibodeau Sings Like A Girl. Seriously, Anyone Approaching This Album Without Foreknowledge Would Simply Assume That Death Vessel Had A Female Lead Singer With A Voice Along The Lines Of Gillian Welch Or Tift Merritt. Thibodeau's Twangy Vocal Style Is The Band's Most Immediately Appealing Element, Followed By The Easygoing Lope Of The Band's Arrangements, Built Mostly On Acoustic Instruments But With None Of The Straining For Folk Or Country "Authenticity" That Hampers Many Similar Albums. Thibodeau's Primary Musical Partner, Erik Carlsson, Formerly Of The Rhode Island-Based Dream Poppers Purple Ivy Shadows, Is Likely Responsible For Some Of The More Atmospheric Touches That Decorate These Songs, But Mandolin And Banjo Are Equally Well Represented Throughout. A Low-Key, Unpretentious Album, Stay Close Is Well Worth A Listen." Stewart Mason, AMG....more

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