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Doug Carn & Jean Carn Revelation LP (Vinyl)
& lt;header & gt; & lt;p & gt; & lt;strong & gt;Revelatory 1973 Release For The Black Jazz Label Reissued On Vinyl LP! & lt;/strong & gt; & lt;br & gt; & lt;strong & gt;Remastered By Mike Milchner (SonicVision)! & lt;/strong & gt; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;/header & gt; & lt;p & gt;Aside from McCoy Tyner's & quot;Contemplation, & quot; John Coltrane's & quot;Naima, & quot; and Ren & amp;#233; McLean sic McClean's & quot;Jihad, & quot; Doug Carn himself takes the composing reins on this masterful 1973 release, which further integrates Jean Carn's ethereal yet soulful vocals into the his impressive stylistic vision. And this time the band includes such heavyweights as trumpeter Olu Dara, bassist Walter Booker, and drummer Ira Williams. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;All of Carn's albums for Black Jazz are classics; this one - featuring a new remastering by Mike Milchner of Sonic Vision and liner notes by Pat Thomas, author of Listen Whitey! The Sights & amp; Sounds of Black Power 1968-1975 - might just be first among equals. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;features & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Features & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;ul & gt; & lt;li & gt;Vinyl LP & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Newly Remastered by Mike Milchner of SonicVision & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Lacquer cutting by Clint Holley & amp; Dave Polster at Well Made Music & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Liner Notes by Pat Thomas featuring an interview with Doug Carn & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ul & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;musicians & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Musicians & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;table & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Doug Carn & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;piano, electric piano, organ, synthesizer & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Jean Carn & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;vocals & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Olu Dara & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;vocals, trumpet, alto horn & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Ren & amp;#233; McLean & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;vocals, alto sax, tenor sax, flute & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Nathan Page & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;guitar & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Walter Booker & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;bass & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Earl McIntyre & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;bass trumpet & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Ira Williams & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;drums & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;/table & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;selections & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Selections & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side One: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;God Is One & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Power And Glory & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Revelation & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Naima & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Fatherhood & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side Two: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Contemplation & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Feel Free & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Time Is Running Out & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Jihad & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;/section & gt;
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Doug Carn & Jean Carn Revelation LP (Vinyl)
Gene Russell New Direction LP (Vinyl)
& lt;header & gt; & lt;p & gt; & lt;strong & gt;1971 Album That Launched The Legendary Black Jazz Label On Vinyl LP! & lt;br & gt; Remastered By Mike Milchner At SonicVision! & lt;/strong & gt; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;/header & gt; & lt;p & gt;The first album released by the most sought-after label, bar none, among jazz collectors! And since keyboardist Gene Russell was at the artistic helm of Black Jazz, it was only natural that the label's debut record featured Russell himself, with the fitting title New Direction. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;Oft-bootlegged, with original copies commanding princely sums, New Direction, while a fairly straight-ahead piano trio outing, sets the tone for the entire label with its modal and soul jazz flourishes, and features such sidemen as double bassist Henry & quot;The Skipper & quot; Franklin and drummer Steve Clover. Real Gone's reissue includes the distinctive original Black Jazz album art along with new liner notes by Pat Thomas, the author of Listen Whitey! The Sounds of Black Power 1965-1975. Remastered by Mike Milchner at Sonic Vision...a lost jazz classic sounding better than ever! & lt;/p & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;features & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Features & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;ul & gt; & lt;li & gt;Vinyl LP & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Remastered by Mike Milchner at Sonic Vision & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Lacquer cutting by Clint Holley at Well Made Music & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Rare & amp; Hard-To-Find & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Liner Notes By Pat Thomas & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Original Black Jazz Album Art & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ul & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;musicians & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Musicians & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;table & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Henry Franklin & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;bass & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Steve Clover & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;drums & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Tony William & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;conga & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Gene Russell & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;piano & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Larry Gales & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;bass ( & quot;Black Orchid & quot;, & quot;Making Bread & quot;) & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;/table & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;selections & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Selections & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side One: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Black Orchid & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Hitting The Jug & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Willow Weep For Me & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Listen Here & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side Two: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;On Green Dolphin Street & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Silver's Serenade & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;My Cherie Amour & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Making Bread & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;/section & gt;
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Gene Russell New Direction LP (Vinyl)
Soul Asylum Let Your Dim Light Shine LP (Coke Bottle Clear with Blue Swirl Vinyl)
& lt;header & gt; & lt;p & gt; & lt;strong & gt;Out Of Print! Only a few copies left! & lt;/strong & gt; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;/header & gt; & lt;header & gt; & lt;p & gt; & lt;strong & gt;Coke Bottle Clear w/Blue Swirl Vinyl LP! & lt;br & gt; Limited Edition - 750 Copies! & lt;/strong & gt; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;/header & gt; & lt;p & gt;The follow-up to Soul Asylum's 1992 breakthrough album Grave Dancers Union fell victim to heightened expectations, but, contrary to the majority of criticism in the alternative music press, this was no major label sell-out. While it was true that Let Your Dim Light Shine boasted such radio-friendly tunes as the single & quot;Misery & quot; (you know you've made it when Weird Al Yankovic covers one of your songs!) and the electro-acoustic ballad & quot;Promises Broken & quot;, the commercial success of Grave Dancers Union allowed songwriter Dave Pirner the freedom to expand the stylistic reach of the band and even sneak in some genuinely experimental tracks, like & quot;Caged Rat & quot;. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;Being a mid-'90s release, this album was available on vinyl for only a heartbeat; thje Real Gone reissue features the original jacket and inner sleeve art, and comes in a coke bottle clear with blue swirl vinyl edition limited to 750 copies! Co-produced by Butch Vig of Nevermind fame... & lt;/p & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;features & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Features & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;ul & gt; & lt;li & gt;Limited Edition - 750 copies & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Coke Bottle Clear with Blue Swirl Vinyl & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Never before reissued on LP & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Original jacket and inner sleeve art & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ul & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;selections & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Selections & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side 15: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Misery & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Shut Down & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;To My Own Devices & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Hopes Up & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Promises Broken & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Bittersweetheart & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;String Of Pearls & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side 16: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Crawl & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Caged Rat & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Eyes Of A Child & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Just Like Anyone & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Tell Me When & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Nothing To Write Home About & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;I Did My Best & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;/section & gt;
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Soul Asylum Let Your Dim Light Shine LP (Coke Bottle Clear with Blue Swirl Vinyl)
Milton Delugg & His Orchestra Music For Monsters, Munsters, Mummies & Other TV Fiends 45rpm LP (Ghoulish Green Vinyl)
& lt;header & gt; & lt;p & gt; & lt;strong & gt;Limited Edition - 900 Copies! & lt;br & gt; 45rpm Ghoulish Green Vinyl LP! & lt;br & gt; First Ever Vinyl Reissue! & lt;/strong & gt; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;/header & gt; & lt;p & gt;You see it over and over in the annals of record collecting. Some marketing whiz in the front office has an idea to cash in on a fad by releasing & quot;product & quot; as quickly as possible. But the artist(s) hired for the project decide not to phone it in, and take things in a direction all their own. The result: a weirdly wonderful collision of the commercial and creative prized by crate diggers across the globe. Such an album is Milton Delugg & amp; His Orchestra's Music for Monsters, Munsters, Mummies & amp; Other TV Fiends. Recorded in 1964, at a time when commercial TV saw no less than three comedy series (The Munsters, The Addams Family, and Bewitched) featuring supernatural/horror themes make their network premieres, this album--which, last time we looked, commands some very tidy sums online--made sure to touch all its TV bases by including the themes to all three shows mentioned above, plus The Alfred Hitchcock Hour and The Outer Limits. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;But, in the hands of one Milton Delugg and His Orchestra, this album takes an unexpected turn from the disposable to the delightful. That's because Delugg was literally made for this job; he composed & quot;Hooray for Santa Claus & quot;, the catchy theme song to the Grade Z film Santa Claus Conquers the Martians, the same year this album was made before becoming Musical Director for Chuck Barris's various game shows, most notably The Gong Show leading his & quot;Band with a Thug. & quot; And, to top it all off, he produced Buddy Holly's 1958 single & quot;Rave On! & quot; You'll hear all of those influences here and more, not just on Delugg's versions of TV themes-- & quot;The Munsters Theme & quot; sports a great, Duane Eddy-style guitar line--but on the seven originals he penned for the project. Thus, & quot;Theme for Frankenstein & quot; sounds like it inspired Neal Hefti's & quot;Batman Theme & quot; two years later, & quot;Ghost Meets Ghoul & quot; is an affectionate knock-off of Henry Mancini's & quot;Pink Panther Theme, & quot; and & quot;Theme for a Mummy & quot; brings a little samba beat to the & quot;inter-tainment. & quot; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;Sporting a fantastic cover illustration by Mad Magazine's Jack Davis, and mastered at 45 rpm for maximum sonic thrills and chills, Music for Monsters, Munsters, Mummies & amp; Other TV Fiends is a great listen not just at Halloween but any time of year...but since it is Halloween, Real Gone Music has pressed up a limited edition of 900 copies in Ghoulish Green vinyl! & lt;/p & gt; & lt;blockquote cite= & quot;www.pastemagazine.com & quot; & gt; ...the resulting collection, reissued by Real Gone Music on a sickly green slab of wax and cut to be played at 45 RPM, is a swinging delight. DeLugg sticks to the core melodies and mood of the songs he's covering, but adds a touch of joie de vivre and a playful quality that acts as a reminder: as kooky and ooky as the characters were in these shows, the programs were really meant for kids. If dropping the needle on this during your next Halloween fete isn't enough of an incentive, this record should be appreciated by fans of comics and illustration as the cover art was drawn by MAD Magazine legend Jack Davis. & lt;footer & gt; -Robert Ham, Paste Magazine & lt;/footer & gt; & lt;/blockquote & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;features & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Features & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;ul & gt; & lt;li & gt;Limited Edition - 900 Copies & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Ghoulish Green Vinyl & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Mastered at 45rpm for maximum Frightful Effect & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;First-ever re-press of incredibly rare 1964 album & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Cover illustration by Mad Magazine's Jack Davis & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ul & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;selections & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Selections & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side A: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt; & quot;The Munsters & quot; Theme (from the CBS Television Network Series) & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Theme from & quot;The Addams Family & quot; (from the ABC Television Network Series) & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Theme For The Creature From Under The Sea & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Theme For The Thing & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Bewitched (From The ScreenGems, Inc. TV Production, & quot;Bewitched & quot;) & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Theme For Frankenstein & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side B: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Ghost Meets Ghoul & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Theme For King Kong & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;The Alfred Hitchcock Theme (From & quot;The Alfred Hitchcock Hour & quot;) & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Theme For A Mummy & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Theme For Dracula & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;The Outer Limits (From The ABC Television Network Series) & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;/section & gt;
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Milton Delugg & His Orchestra Music For Monsters, Munsters, Mummies & Other TV Fiends 45rpm LP (Ghoulish Green Vinyl)
John Carpenter & Shirley Walker Escape From L.A. Soundtrack 2LP (Test Tube Clear w/Plutoxin Virus Green Splatter Vinyl)
& lt;header & gt; & lt;p & gt; & lt;strong & gt;Out Of Print! Only a few copies left! & lt;/strong & gt; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;/header & gt; & lt;font color= & quot;#FF0000 & quot; & gt; & lt;b & gt;Limited Edition - Only 1500 Copies! & lt;br & gt; Test Tube Clear w/Plutoxin Virus Green Splatter Vinyl! & lt;br & gt; First Time On Vinyl! & lt;/b & gt; & lt;/font & gt; & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; The Score Carpenter and Shirley Walker Composed for Escape from L.A.—the 1996 sequel to Escape from New York—Features the Creeping Tension So Loved by Carpenter Fans with a Little Rock and Roll Edge. & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; John Carpenter is one of the most accomplished film directors alive, a master of horror and science fiction with such works as Halloween and Starman to his credit. He is also an innovative film score composer whose use of synthesizers to create suspense and dread in his films has influenced countless musicians within the film world and without. & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; This first-ever vinyl release includes a whole album's worth of additional material not presented on the original CD release. Also, the double LP set is housed in a newly designed gatefold jacket featuring production stills. The album is pressed on Limited Edition Test Tube Clear with Plutoxin Virus Green Splatter Vinyl - only 1500 copies to be pressed. & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; John Carpenter wasn't just a sci-fi and horror master, one of the best and most innovative directors of his generation - he was also a highly accomplished soundtrack composer whose pioneering use of synthesizers to create suspense and dread in his film socres influenced musicians both within the film world and without. And the score he composed - along with Shirley Walker - for his 1996 dystopic sequel Escape from L.A. offered the creeping, atmospheric tension that Carpenter fans crave; although, as this film was set in L.A. and featured plenty of dark humor, Carpenter and Walker threw in a bit of rock 'n' roll as well. The original soundtrack release included a mere 16 tracks and came out on CD exclusively; now, Real Gone Music not only has added another 16 tracks to the release, but is also bringing it to vinyl for the very first time! And not just any vinyl - do you remember how in the film Snake Plisskin is infected with the plutoxin virus that will prove fatal within ten hours unless he retrieves the & quot;Sword of Damocles & quot; super weapon and receives the antidote? Well, this limited edition double LP is pressed on test-tube clear with plutoxin virus green splatter vinyl...just make sure you don't let the vinyl scratch your skin! Brand new gatefold artwork featuring stills from the film production completes the package. & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; & lt;b & gt;Features: & lt;/b & gt; & lt;br & gt; • Limited Edition - 1500 Copies & lt;br & gt; • Test Tube Clear with Plutoxin Virus Green Splatter vinyl & lt;br & gt; • First time on vinyl & lt;br & gt; • Now with an extra LP's worth of material & lt;br & gt; • Gatefold jacket with 4-color inner spread & lt;br & gt; • Artwork features stills from the film production & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; & lt;b & gt;Selections: & lt;br & gt; LP 1 & lt;br & gt; Side A: & lt;/b & gt; & lt;br & gt; 1. Escape From New York - Main Title & lt;br & gt; 2. History Of Los Angeles ** & lt;br & gt; 3. Fire Base Seven * & lt;br & gt; 4. Snake Arrives * / Deportees * & lt;br & gt; 5. Snake Gets Scratched * & lt;br & gt; 6. Defense Lab * & lt;br & gt; 7. Snake's Flashback * & lt;br & gt; 8. Weapons * / Snake's Uniform & lt;br & gt; 9. Snake's Escort * & lt;br & gt; 10. Submarine Launch ** & lt;br & gt; & lt;b & gt;Side B: & lt;/b & gt; & lt;br & gt; 1. Sub Sinks * & lt;br & gt; 2. Mulholland Drive-By * & lt;br & gt; 3. Acid Rain * / Tour Guide Sting * / Snake Gets Directions * & lt;br & gt; 4. Sunset Boulevard Bazaar & lt;br & gt; 5. Motorcycle Chase & lt;br & gt; 6. Showdown & lt;br & gt; 7. Push On Through * / Snake Takes A Breather * & lt;br & gt; 8. Beverly Hills Surgeon ** & lt;br & gt; 9. I Think We're Lost * / Taslima * & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; & lt;b & gt;LP 2 & lt;br & gt; Side A: & lt;/b & gt; & lt;br & gt; 1. The Future Is Right Now ** / Fun Gun * & lt;br & gt; 2. The Black Box / Target L.A. * & lt;br & gt; 3. The Broadcast * / The Coliseum * & lt;br & gt; 4. Decapitation * / Game Time * / The Game * & lt;br & gt; 5. Escape From Coliseum & lt;br & gt; 6. Queen Mary * / Hang Glider Attack & lt;br & gt; 7. Helicopter Arrival & lt;br & gt; & lt;b & gt;Side B: & lt;/b & gt; & lt;br & gt; 1. Texas Switch * / Fire Fight & lt;br & gt; 2. Escape From Happy Kingdom & lt;br & gt; 3. Crash Landing & lt;br & gt; 4. Out Of Time * & lt;br & gt; 5. Presidential Decree * & lt;br & gt; 6. J.C.'s Blues * (Bonus Track) & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; * Not included in original soundtrack release & lt;br & gt; ** Contains material not included in original soundtrack release
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John Carpenter & Shirley Walker Escape From L.A. Soundtrack 2LP (Test Tube Clear w/Plutoxin Virus Green Splatter Vinyl)
Rudolph Johnson Spring Rain LP (Vinyl)
& lt;header & gt; & lt;p & gt; & lt;strong & gt;First-Ever Vinyl LP Reissue Of 1971 Album From Superb Saxman! & lt;br & gt;Remastered By Mike Milchner At SonicVision! & lt;/strong & gt; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;/header & gt; & lt;p & gt;Columbus, Ohio's Rudolph Johnson drew comparisons to John Coltrane during his career; like the jazz legend in his later years, Johnson eschewed drugs or alcohol and spent his time every day either meditating and rehearsing on his horn. You can definitely hear a little bit of Coltrane in Johnson's playing on this, his 1971 debut release for the Black Jazz label, the first of two he recorded for the imprint and the first he recorded as a leader after some sideman work (most notably for organist Jimmy McGriff); his ability to explore the upper registers and overtones of his tenor sax while retaining control is quite striking. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;Of course, this being a Black Jazz release, along with the bebop sounds of & quot;Sylvia Ann & quot; and the mid-'60s Blue Note stylings of & quot;Sylvia Ann, & quot; there's the soul jazz of & quot;Diswa & quot; and the groove funk of & quot;Devon Jean, & quot; all played by, as is typical on Black Jazz releases, by top-notch sidemen including drummer Raymond Pounds, who's played with everybody from Stevie Wonder to Pharaoh Sanders to Bob Dylan, and pianist John Barnes, whose work is very familiar to Motown fans (Supremes, Temptations, Marvin Gaye). Bassist Reggie Jackson, who appeared on the Walter Bishop, Jr. Coral Keys record we previously released, rounds out the quartet. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;First vinyl reissue of another stellar Black Jazz release, remastered for CD and vinyl by Mike Milchner at Sonic Vision and featuring liner notes by Pat Thomas, author of Listen, Whitey! The Sights and Sounds of Black Power 1965-1975! & lt;/p & gt; & lt;blockquote cite= & quot;www.pastemagazine.com & quot; & gt; a lovely showcase for his silky tenor playing and effervescent compositions & lt;footer & gt; -Robert Ham, Paste Magazine & lt;/footer & gt; & lt;/blockquote & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;features & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Features & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;ul & gt; & lt;li & gt;Vinyl LP & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Remastered By Mike Milchner At Sonic Vision & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Lacquer cutting by Clint Holley & amp; Dave Polster at Well Made Music & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Liner Notes By Pat Thomas & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;First-ever vinyl reissue & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ul & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;musicians & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Musicians & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;table & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Rudolph Johnson & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;tenor sax & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;John Barns & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;piano & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Reggie Johnson & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;bass & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Ray Pounds & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;drums & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;/table & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;selections & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Selections & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side One: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Sylvia Ann & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Fonda & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Diswa & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Mr. T. J. & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side Two: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Little Daphne & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Devon Jean & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Spring Rain & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;/section & gt;
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Rudolph Johnson Spring Rain LP (Vinyl)
Doug Carn Adam's Apple LP (Vinyl)
& lt;header & gt; & lt;p & gt; & lt;strong & gt;Cinematic 1974 Release Newly Remastered On Vinyl LP! & lt;/strong & gt; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;/header & gt; & lt;p & gt;Doug Carn made four records for the Black Jazz label, more than any other artist, and each one topped the previous release's lofty standard. Adam's Apple was his last (1974) album for the label, representing the final note in his staggeringly creative crescendo. It was also the first record without Jean Carn, but Carn and crew (John Conner and Joyce Greene) don't miss a beat on the vocals. And the band is absolutely sick, featuring reedman Ronnie Laws and fellow Black Jazz recording artist Calvin Keys on guitar, and led by Carn's increasingly electronic forays on various keyboards. The result is a record that brings to mind Herbie Hancock's Headhunters, electric Miles, maybe even Earth, Wind, and Fire (Carn covers EW & amp;F's & quot;Mighty Mighty & quot;), but all overlaid with an uplifting gospel vibe. To quote Pat Thomas's liner notes (which feature extensive quotes from Doug Carn himself), & quot;Adam's Apple is more energetic, funky, and futuristic than Carn's earlier Black Jazz work. In short, sublime. & quot; Newly remastered and available on vinyl. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;features & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Features & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;ul & gt; & lt;li & gt;Vinyl LP & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Newly Remastered & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Liner Notes by Pat Thomas featuring an interview with the artist & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ul & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;musicians & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Musicians & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;table & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Doug Carn & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;vocals, piano, electric piano, organ, Moog synth & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Joyce Greene & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;vocals & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;John Conner & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;vocals & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Ronnie Laws & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;tenor & amp; soprano sax & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Thurman Green & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;trombone & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Nathan Page & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;guitar & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Calvin Keys & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;guitar & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Big Black & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;congas, bongos, percussion & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Harold Mason & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;drums & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Darrell Clayborn & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;Fender bass & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Gerald Brown & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;acoustic bass & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;/table & gt; & lt;/section & gt;
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Doug Carn Adam's Apple LP (Vinyl)
Bobby Patterson It's Just A Matter of Time LP (Purple Vinyl)
& lt;header & gt; & lt;p & gt; & lt;strong & gt;First Ever Reissue Of 1972 Classic From Legendary Texas Soul Man! & lt;br & gt; Purple Vinyl Pressing - Limited To 700 Copies! & lt;/strong & gt; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;/header & gt; & lt;p & gt;If this 1972 record for the Paula label was the sum total of Dallas, Texas soul man Bobby Patterson's career output, then he'd still be reckoned a cult figure among R & amp;B fans. In fact, it's so good that the fact that he went on to cut five other albums and produce artists ranging from Fontella Bass to Chuck Jackson to Little Johnny Taylor almost seems besides the point. This is a stone soul masterpiece, full of grit and groove, with a breathtaking stylistic breadth stretching from funky soul ( & quot;If You Took a Survey & quot;; & quot;How Do You Spell Love & quot;) to romantic soul balladery ( & quot;I Get My Groove from You & quot;) to James Brown-style workouts ( & quot;Make Sure You Can Handle It & quot;) to socially-conscious, wah wah-drenched commentary ( & quot;The Whole Funky World Is a Ghetto & quot;) and all points in between. But what really makes this record mind-blowing is that Patterson wrote all but one song (the one he didn't write, & quot;Right On Jody, & quot; is an answer song to Johnnie Taylor's big hit & quot;Jody's Got Your Girl and Gone & quot;). & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt; For its first-ever LP reissue, Real Gone Music has pressed up 700 copies in transparent purple vinyl and re-created the original album art complete with lyric sheet. Every soul searcher needs this one! & lt;/p & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;features & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Features & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;ul & gt; & lt;li & gt;Limited Edition - 700 copies & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Purple Vinyl LP & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;First ever LP reissue & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Original album art recreated & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Lyric sheet & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ul & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;selections & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Selections & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side One: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;If You Took A Survey & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;I Get My Groove From You & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Make Sure You Can Handle It & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Everything Good To You (Don't Have To Be Good For You) & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;How Do You Spell Love & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Recipe For Peace & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Take Time To Know The Truth & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side Two: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;It Takes Two To Do Wrong & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;She Don't Have To See Through You (To See Through You) & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Right On Jody & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;I Just Loved You Because I Wanted To & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;One Ounce Of Prevention & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;This Whole Funky World Is A Ghetto & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;/section & gt;
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Bobby Patterson It's Just A Matter of Time LP (Purple Vinyl)
Cleopatra Jones Soundtrack LP (Red & Blue Starburst Vinyl)
& lt;b & gt; & lt;font color= & quot;#FF0000 & quot; & gt;Out of Print! Only a few copies available! & lt;/font & gt; & lt;/b & gt; & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; & lt;font color= & quot;#FF0000 & quot; & gt; & lt;b & gt;Limited Edition - 700 Copies! & lt;br & gt; Red & amp; Blue Starburst Vinyl LP! & lt;br & gt; First-Time U.S. LP Reissue! & lt;/b & gt; & lt;/font & gt; & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; One of the great Blaxploitation film scores of the ‘70s is finally back on vinyl where it belongs! This 1973 feature introduced one of the great characters in the whole genre, starring the indomitable, six-foot-two Tamara Dobson as Cleopatra Jones, a taller, hipper, and blacker James Bond. In this film, she thwarts a lesbian L.A. drug lord as played by Shelley Winters, all accompanied by the musical efforts of what is pretty much a ‘70s soul/jazz/funk dream team. On vocals, you had the leading male and female lights of the Spring label, the great Joe Simon (performing the hit title theme) and Millie Jackson. And on the instrumental side, jazz trombone giant J. J. Johnson (in collaboration with the underrated Carl Brandt of Mod Squad score fame). The result: a prime example of the symphonic funk that became the siren song for Blaxploitation soundtracks throughout the ‘70s. For its first domestic vinyl reissue, Real Gone Music has pressed up just 700 copies on red and blue starburst vinyl, with original artwork intact…oh so tasty! & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; & lt;b & gt;Features: & lt;/b & gt; & lt;br & gt; & amp;bull; Limited Edition - 700 Copies & lt;br & gt; & amp;bull; Red & amp; Blue Starburst Vinyl & lt;br & gt; & amp;bull; First-time U.S. LP Reissue & lt;br & gt; & amp;bull; Gatefold jacket & lt;br & gt; & amp;bull; Original music composed and conducted by J.J. Johnson & lt;br & gt; & amp;bull; Additional music by Carl Brandt and Brad Shapiro & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; & lt;b & gt;Selections: & lt;br & gt; Side One: & lt;/b & gt; & lt;br & gt; 1. Theme From Cleopatra Jones - sung by Joe Simon & lt;br & gt; 2. The Wrecking Yard & lt;br & gt; 3. Love Doctor - sung by Millie Jackson & lt;br & gt; 4. Airport Flight & lt;br & gt; 5. Emdee & lt;br & gt; 6. Desert Sunrise / Main Title Instrumental & lt;br & gt; & lt;b & gt;Side Two: & lt;/b & gt; & lt;br & gt; 1. It Hurts So Good - sung by Millie Jackson & lt;br & gt; 2. Goin' To The Chase & lt;br & gt; 3. Go Chase Cleo & lt;br & gt; 4. Cleo And Reuben & lt;br & gt; 5. Wrap Up & lt;br & gt; 6. Theme From Cleopatra Jones / Instrumental
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Cleopatra Jones Soundtrack LP (Red & Blue Starburst Vinyl)
Doug Carn Infant Eyes LP (Vinyl)
& lt;header & gt; & lt;p & gt; & lt;strong & gt;1971 Classic Remastered On Vinyl LP! & lt;/strong & gt; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;/header & gt; & lt;p & gt;Keyboardist Carn's 1971 debut record for Black Jazz introduced his stylistic wrinkle of adding lyrics to jazz classics like John Coltrane's & quot;Acknowlegement (A Love Supreme), & quot; Horace Silver's & quot;Peace, & quot; and Wayne Shorter's title track, all sung by the gorgeous, thrilling voice of his wife Jean Carn. A crack outfit of drummer Michael Carvin, saxophonist/flautist George Harper, trombonist Al Hall, Jr., trumpeter Bob Frazier, and bassist Henry Franklin (himself leader of two treasured Black Jazz releases) backs the couple. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;Newly remastered and featuring liner notes by Pat Thomas, author of Listen Whitey! The Sights & amp; Sounds of Black Power 1968-1975, Infant Eyes is a moving, beautiful listen that sounds ever more contemporary. Highly recommended! & lt;/p & gt; & lt;blockquote cite= & quot;www.allmusic.com & quot; & gt; Though composer and multi-instrumentalist Doug Carn cut a hip organ trio record for Savoy in 1969, it's 1971's Infant Eyes, his Black Jazz debut with vocalist and then-wife Jean Carn, that endures as a spiritual soul-jazz classic and arguably created the genre....All of Carn's Black Jazz titles are influential, but Infant Eyes arrived at a special cultural juncture. It balanced accessibility with adventure and established both the label and the Carns as co-creators of a brand new, specifically Afro-centric approach to creative jazz. & lt;footer & gt; -Thom Jurek, AllMusic.com, 5/5 stars & lt;/footer & gt; & lt;/blockquote & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;features & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Features & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;ul & gt; & lt;li & gt;Vinyl LP & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Newly remastered by Mike Milchner at SonicVision & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Lacquer cutting by Clint Holley & amp; Dave Polster at Well Made Music & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Liner notes by Pat Thomas featuring an interview with the artist & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ul & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;musicians & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Musicians & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;table & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Doug Carn & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;piano, electric piano, organ & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Jean Carn & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;vocals & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;George Harper & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;tenor saxophone, flute & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Bob Frazier & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;trumpet, flugelhorn & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Henry Franklin & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;bass & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Al Hall, Jr. & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;trombone, valve trombone & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Michael Carvin & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;drums & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;/table & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;selections & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Selections & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side One: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Welcome & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Little B's Poem & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Moon Child & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Infant Eyes & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side Two: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Passion Dance & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Acknowledgement & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Peace & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;/section & gt;
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Doug Carn Infant Eyes LP (Vinyl)
Music From Vanilla Sky 2LP (White with Orange Swirl Vinyl)
& lt;header & gt; & lt;p & gt;Coming December 10, 2021 pre-order your copy today! Orders with both pre-order and in stock items will have all in stock items shipped immediately! & lt;/p & gt; & lt;/header & gt; & lt;header & gt; & lt;p & gt; & lt;strong & gt;20th Anniversary Limited Edition Of 1,500 Copies! & lt;br & gt; Pressed On White With Orange Swirl Double LP! & lt;br & gt; Features R.E.M., Radiohead, McCartney, Dylan, Peter Gabriel & amp; More! & lt;/strong & gt; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;/header & gt; & lt;p & gt;As a former music journalist (for Creem and Rolling Stone among other periodicals), director Cameron Crowe has always put his heart and soul into the soundtracks of his films. So, it's no wonder that the most ambitious of all his films, Vanilla Sky, sported the most far-ranging and masterful of all of his scores. The film itself was a waking dream, subject to various interpretations; the soundtrack, too, explored shifting moods and shades, but always maintaining the surreal tone and aesthetic of the film, with a glittering line-up ( & lt;strong & gt;R.E.M., Radiohead, Paul McCartney, Jeff Buckley, Bob Dylan & lt;/strong & gt;) of artists. The result was breathless praise for the soundtrack (the New York Times called it & quot;a music masterpiece & quot;) and an Academy Award nomination. It is, quite simply, one of the greatest 'mix-tapes' a film director has ever created (with some help from soundtrack co-producer, Danny Bramson, and Crowe's then-wife, Nancy Wilson of Heart); and, for its 20th anniversary, Real Gone Music has created a custom gatefold cover for the 2-LP release and pressed up 1,500 copies in white with orange swirl vinyl. A sublime listening and visual experience awaits. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;features & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Features & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;ul & gt; & lt;li & gt;Limited 20th Anniversary Edition - 1,500 Units & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Double Vinyl LP & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;White with Orange Swirl Vinyl & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Custom Gatefold Cover & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ul & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;selections & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Selections & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side One: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;R.E.M. - All the Right Friends & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Radiohead - Everything in Its Right Place & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Paul McCartney - Vanilla Sky & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Peter Gabriel - Solsbury Hill & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Julianna Gianni - I Fall Apart & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side Two: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;The Monkees - Porpoise Song (Theme from & quot;Head & quot;) & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Looper Featuring Francis Macdonald - Mondo '77 & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Red House Painters - Have You Forgotten & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Josh Rouse - Directions & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Leftfield/Afrika Bambaataa - Afrika Shox & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side Three: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Sigur R & amp;#243;s - Svefn-G-Englar & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Jeff Buckley - Last Goodbye & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Todd Rundgren - Can We Still Be Friends & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side Four: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Bob Dylan - Fourth Time Around & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Nancy Wilson - Elevator Beat & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;R.E.M. - Sweetness Follows & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;The Chemical Brothers - Where Do I Begin & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;/section & gt;
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Music From Vanilla Sky 2LP (White with Orange Swirl Vinyl)
Walter Bishop Jr.'s 4th Cycle Keeper Of My Soul LP (Vinyl)
& lt;header & gt; & lt;p & gt; & lt;strong & gt;Newly Remastered On Vinyl LP! & lt;br & gt; First-Ever Vinyl Reissue! & lt;/strong & gt; & lt;/header & gt; & lt;p & gt;Keyboardist Walter Bishop, Jr. recorded the second album released by the Black Jazz label, Coral Keys, a masterpiece of Blue Note-style atmospherics infused with '70s soul-jazz. But a mere two years later, Bishop, Jr. brought a whole new sound and a whole new band into the studio for 1973's Keeper of My Soul. Contrary to the album title, the name of the band was not The 4th Cycle; instead, as the liner notes put it, the name reflected & quot;Bishop's composition and improvisational techniques based on the Cycle of 4ths and his various personal musical cycles as performer, student and teacher. & quot; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;The album also was imbued with a spirituality owed in part to his studies with yogi Parmahansa Yogananda; little wonder, then, that Keeper of My Soul was a more ambitious, electric, and & quot;out & quot; record than its predecessor. With the estimable support of flautist/sax man & lt;strong & gt;Ronnie Laws & lt;/strong & gt;, bassist & lt;strong & gt;Gerald Brown & lt;/strong & gt;, and vibraphonist & lt;strong & gt;Woody Murray & lt;/strong & gt;, Bishop explores Keith Jarrett-like free-form passages ( & quot;Those Who Chant & quot;), Latin stylings (Kenny Dorham's & quot;Blue Bossa & quot;), and offers one of the most unusual and funky interpretations of & quot;Summertime & quot; you'll ever hear - all in remastered sound with liner notes by Pat Thomas. First-ever vinyl reissue of a long-lost classic! & lt;/p & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;features & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Features & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;ul & gt; & lt;li & gt;Vinyl LP & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;First Time on Vinyl Since 1973 & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;First-Ever Vinyl Reissue & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Remastered by Mike Milchner at SonicVision & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Lacquer cutting by Clint Holley & amp; Dave Polster at Well Made Music & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Liner Notes by Pat Thomas & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ul & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;musicians & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Musicians & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;table & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Walter Bishop, Jr & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;keyboards & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Ronnie Laws & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;reeds & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Gerald Brown & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;bass, Fender & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Shakur M. Abdulla & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;conga, bongos & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Bahir Hassan & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;drums & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Woody Murray (Sumtunji) & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;vibes & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;/table & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;selections & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Selections & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Soul Village & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;N'Dugu's Prayer & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Summertime & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Those Who Chant & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Keeper Of My Soul & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Blue Bossa & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Sweet Rosa & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;/section & gt;
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Walter Bishop Jr.'s 4th Cycle Keeper Of My Soul LP (Vinyl)
Orange County - The Soundtrack 2LP (Orange Vinyl)
& lt;font color= & quot;#FF0000 & quot; & gt; & lt;b & gt;Vinyl Debut On Orange Vinyl 2LP! & lt;br & gt; Limited Edition - 750 Copies! & lt;/b & gt; & lt;/font & gt; & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; This 2002 tale of an Orange County kid (Colin Hanks) who wangles admission to Stanford despite the best efforts of his stoner brother (Jack Black) and then turns his back on academia to be with his girlfriend and buds down by the beach won hearts both with its amiable humor (the great Mike White penned the screenplay) and with its Top Ten soundtrack, which featured new releases by Foo Fighters (“The One”) and Orange County legends The Offspring (“Defy You”) among other great tunes. & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; For its first-ever LP release, Real Gone Music have created a custom gatefold sleeve adorned with production stills, and pressed only 700 copies in orange vinyl! Get ‘em while they last! & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; & lt;b & gt;Features: & lt;/b & gt; & lt;br & gt; & amp;bull; Limited Edition - 700 Copies & lt;br & gt; & amp;bull; Orange Vinyl & lt;br & gt; & amp;bull; Double LP & lt;br & gt; & amp;bull; First time vinyl & lt;br & gt; & amp;bull; Gatefold jacket & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; & lt;b & gt;Selections: & lt;br & gt; Side One: & lt;/b & gt; & lt;br & gt; 1. Defy You - The Offspring & lt;br & gt; 2. The Story O My Life (Live) - Social Distortion & lt;br & gt; 3. The One - Foo Fighters & lt;br & gt; 4. Shadow Stabbing - Cake & lt;br & gt; & lt;b & gt;Side Two: & lt;/b & gt; & lt;br & gt; 1. Butterfly - Crazy Town & lt;br & gt; 2. 1st Time - Bad Ronald & lt;br & gt; 3. Lay Down Burden - Brian Wilson & lt;br & gt; 4. Everything's Cool - Lit & lt;br & gt; & lt;b & gt;Side Three: & lt;/b & gt; & lt;br & gt; 1. Glad That It's Over - 12 Rods & lt;br & gt; 2. Stick 'Em Up - Quarashi & lt;br & gt; 3. Lose You - Pete Yorn & lt;br & gt; & lt;b & gt;Side Four: & lt;/b & gt; & lt;br & gt; 4. Under The Tracks - Creeper Lagoon & lt;br & gt; 5. Love And Mercy - Brian Wilson & lt;br & gt; 6. California - Phantom Planet & lt;br & gt; 7. Hello - Sugarbomb
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Orange County - The Soundtrack 2LP (Orange Vinyl)
Cher & Christina Aguilera Burlesque Soundtrack LP (Hot Pink Vinyl)
& lt;font color= & quot;#FF0000 & quot; & gt; & lt;b & gt;Award-Winning Soundtrack On Limited Edition Hot Pink Vinyl LP! & lt;/b & gt; & lt;/font & gt; & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; Cher and Christina Aguilera, together? On the same soundtrack? Who cares that the Burlesque film garnered mixed reviews at best (though a lot of folks now regard the 2010 feature as a camp classic)? The soundtrack had no such difficulties; the album release went Top 20 on the charts, won a Grammy nomination, and Cher’s performance of & quot;You Haven’t Seen the Last of Me & quot; won a Golden Globe Award for Best Original Song. Aguilera’s star turn was something of a coming-out party, too; not only did she enjoy critical acclaim for her first leading role in a film, but her musical contributions—featuring a couple of Etta James songs and a cover of Marlene Dietrich’s & quot;A Guy What Takes His Time & quot;—were sassy, jazzy, and brassy, not unlike her work on her #1 album from 2006, Back to Basics. & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; This one’s a must for fans of either artist, and for its LP debut, Real Gone Music have created a limited hot pink vinyl edition housed inside a gatefold cover boasting some sensational production stills! & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; & lt;b & gt;Features: & lt;/b & gt; & lt;br & gt; & amp;bull; Limited Edition & lt;br & gt; & amp;bull; Hot Pink Vinyl & lt;br & gt; & amp;bull; Cher & amp; Christina Aguilera & lt;br & gt; & amp;bull; First time on vinyl & lt;br & gt; & amp;bull; Gatefold jacket & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; & lt;b & gt;Selections: & lt;br & gt; Side 1: & lt;/b & gt; & lt;br & gt; 1. Something's Got A Hold on Me - Christina Aguilera & lt;br & gt; 2. Welcome To Burlesque - Cher & lt;br & gt; 3. Tough Lover - Christina Aguilera & lt;br & gt; 4. But I Am A Good Girl - Christina Aguilera & lt;br & gt; 5. Guy What Takes His Time - Christina Aguilera & lt;br & gt; 6. Express - Christina Aguilera & lt;br & gt; & lt;b & gt;Side 2: & lt;/b & gt; & lt;br & gt; 1. You Haven't Seen The Last Of Me - Cher & lt;br & gt; 2. Bound To You - Christina Aguilera & lt;br & gt; 3. Show Me How You Burlesque - Christina Aguilera & lt;br & gt; 4. The Beautiful People (From Burlesque) - Christina Aguilera
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Cher & Christina Aguilera Burlesque Soundtrack LP (Hot Pink Vinyl)
Country Joe & The Fish and Friends Live! Fillmore West 1969 2LP (Yellow Vinyl)
& lt;header & gt; & lt;p & gt; & lt;strong & gt;50th Anniversary Limited Edition Yellow Vinyl 2LP! & lt;br & gt; Limited To 1000 Copies! & lt;/strong & gt; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;/header & gt; & lt;p & gt;Rock and roll stars are not like us common folk. We have friends. They have FRIENDS. So when Country Joe & amp; The Fish held a concert in 1969 to bid farewell to their most famous line-up, Bay Area rock and roll royalty showed up in droves. First of all, Jefferson Airplane bassist & lt;strong & gt;Jack Casady & lt;/strong & gt; took the place of the recently departed Bruce Barthol for the entire night. Then Big Brother's & lt;strong & gt;David Getz & lt;/strong & gt; showed up for & quot;It's So Nice to Have Your Love & quot;. But that was all mere prelude for the 38-minute & quot;Donovan's Reef Jam & quot;, which featured the Grateful Dead's & lt;strong & gt;Mickey Hart & lt;/strong & gt; on drums and & lt;strong & gt;Jerry Garcia & lt;/strong & gt; on guitar, plus Casady's Airplane band mate & lt;strong & gt;Jorma Kaukonen & lt;/strong & gt; on guitar and & lt;strong & gt;Steve Miller & lt;/strong & gt; on harp! This characteristically ramshackle, excellently recorded show--which also features Fish favorites like & quot;Love & quot; and & quot;Flying High & quot;--was previously released on wax only in Italy (!) back in 2000, and it comes to you here pressed in yellow vinyl to commemorate the concert's 50th & quot;Golden & quot; Anniversary, housed inside a 6-panel, double-gatefold jacket sporting notes by original producer Sam Charters and reissue producer Bill Belmont. Limited 2-LP edition of 1000! & lt;/p & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;features & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Features & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;ul & gt; & lt;li & gt;Limited Edition - 1000 Copies & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;50th Anniversary Edition & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Yellow Vinyl & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;6-panel double gatefold jacket & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Notes by original producer Sam Charters and reissue producer Bill Belmont & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ul & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;selections & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Selections & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side One: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Introduction / Rock And Soul Music / Love & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Here I Go Again & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;It's So Nice To Have Your Love & lt;/li & gt; & lt;!--More tracks go here in & lt;li & gt; tags-- & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side Two: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Flying High & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Doctor Of Electricity & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side Three: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Donovan's Reef Jam (Part 1) & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side Four: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Donovan's Reef Jam (Part 2) & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;/section & gt;
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Country Joe & The Fish and Friends Live! Fillmore West 1969 2LP (Yellow Vinyl)
The Bangles Sweetheart Of The Sun (Teal Vinyl)
& lt;header & gt; & lt;p & gt; & lt;strong & gt;Limited Edition Teal Vinyl LP! & lt;/strong & gt; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;/header & gt; & lt;p & gt;The last (2011) record released by The Bangles - now a trio of Susanna Hoffs and Debbi & amp; Vicki Peterson - is one of their best, a loving paean to '60s pop inspired in part by Sheila Weller's book Girls Like Us, which intertwines the stories of Laurel Canyon singer-songwriters Joni Mitchell, Carole King, and Carly Simon. You'll hear plenty of that Laurel Canyon vibe on this record from these three songwriters, as well as some nods to The Bangles' power pop past, all blessed with the vocal harmony arrangements that the group's fans treasure. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;Produced by Matthew Sweet, Sweetheart of the Sun was out on vinyl for a heartbeat, with original copies costing a fortune; our Real Gone reissue - released with the full cooperation of the band - features the original album art complete with inner sleeve. Limited teal vinyl pressing. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;features & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Features & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;ul & gt; & lt;li & gt;Limited Edition & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Teal Vinyl & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Original Album Art & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Full-Color Inner Sleeve & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ul & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;selections & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Selections & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side A: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Anna Lee (Sweetheart Of The Sun) & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Under A Cloud & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Ball N Chain & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;I'll Never Be Through With You & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Mesmerized & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Circles In The Sky & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side B: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Sweet And Tender Romance & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Lay Yourself Down & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;One Of Two & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;What A Life & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Through Your Eyes & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Open My Eyes & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;/section & gt;
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The Bangles Sweetheart Of The Sun (Teal Vinyl)
The Bonniwell Music Machine The Bonniwell Music Machine LP (Olive Green Vinyl)
& lt;header & gt; & lt;p & gt; & lt;strong & gt;First-Ever Reissue Of '60s Classic! & lt;br & gt; Newly Remastered For Vinyl! & lt;br & gt; Pressed On Olive Green Vinyl - Limited To 900 Copies! & lt;/strong & gt; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;/header & gt; & lt;p & gt;The music business is replete with stories of outsized talents who, due to label mismanagement, misguided career advice, or just plain bad luck, never got their due. But the story of Sean Bonniwell is one of the saddest. He and his band The Music Machine broke through in 1966 with & quot;Talk Talk & quot; and the accompanying album (Turn On) The Music Machine. Because the record came out on the thinly-resourced Original Sound label, though, tour support, promotion, and, most importantly, royalties were in short supply, causing the band to disintegrate in short order. Undeterred, Bonniwell had the group's contract transferred to Warner Bros., and, after recording a few tracks for the next album with the original line-up, basically started from scratch with session musicians, naming the band and the album The Bonniwell Music Machine to acknowledge the fact that the record had become a solo project. After the first two singles ( & quot;Double Yellow Line & quot; and & quot;The Eagle Never Hunts the Fly & quot;) tanked, Warner Bros. lost interest and the album, which finally came out in February 1968, was deleted not long thereafter (after recording a solo release for Capitol, Bonniwell left the music business altogether). & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;Interest in the record bubbled under for years in esoteric collector circles, but for most of the music cognoscenti, the 2014 release of The Bonniwell Music Machine on CD by Ace Records' Big Beat imprint came as a revelation. Here was an album that retained the pop-punk fire of Talk Talk yet, with each track, branched off into completely unexpected directions including folk-rock and orchestrated chamber pop. And Bonniwell's lyrics explored dark psychological themes with Morrison-ian aplomb without the accompanying pretense. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;Now, Real Gone Music is very, very proud to present the & lt;strong & gt;first-ever vinyl reissue & lt;/strong & gt; of The Bonniwell Music Machine, in an olive green pressing limited to 900 copies. Absolutely positively a '60s classic! & lt;/p & gt; & lt;blockquote cite= & quot;www.pastemagazine.com & quot; & gt; ...fine acid rockers ('Double Yellow Line,' 'Absolutely Positively') sitting next to feathery folk ('The Day Today') and horn-flecked soul ( & quot;I've Loved You'). Somehow, these varied approaches cohere on this full album - a secret success of the psych explosion of the late '60s. Why it's taken until this year to get a proper vinyl reissue of this disc is a true mystery... & lt;footer & gt; -Robert Ham, Paste Magazine & lt;/footer & gt; & lt;/blockquote & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;features & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Features & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;ul & gt; & lt;li & gt;Limited Edition - 900 copies & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Olive Green Vinyl LP & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;First-ever vinyl reissue & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Remastered for vinyl & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ul & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;selections & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Selections & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side One: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Astrologically Incompatible & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Double Yellow Line & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;The Day Today & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Absolutely Positively & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Somethin Hurtin On Me & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;The Trap & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Soul Love & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side Two: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Bottom Of The Soul & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Talk Me Down & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;The Eagle Never Hunts The Fly & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;I've Loved You & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Affirmative No & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Discrepancy & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Me, Myself, And I & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;/section & gt;
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The Bonniwell Music Machine The Bonniwell Music Machine LP (Olive Green Vinyl)
John Zacherle Zacherle's Monster Gallery LP (Clear with Green Swirl Vinyl)
& lt;header & gt; & lt;p & gt; & lt;strong & gt;The Cool Ghoul's Chill-arious 1963 Album Pressed On Clear With Green Swirl Vinyl LP! & lt;br & gt; Limited To 500 Copies! & lt;/strong & gt; & lt;/header & gt; & lt;p & gt;Fittingly enough, The Cool Ghoul himself, John Zacherle, passed away right around Halloween in 2016, and now the folks at Real Gone Music are celebrating his & quot;deathday & quot; by releasing his incredibly rare album, Zacherle's Monster Gallery. Originally issued on the budget Elektra imprint Crestview, Zacherle's Monster Gallery will be presented on clear with green swirl vinyl, limited to 500 copies! This record was originally released in 1963 and was actually a copy of the 1960 Elektra album Spook Along with Zacherley, except for one very important detail: the cover art to the Crestview release was inked by legendary Mad Magazine artist, Jack Davis (who actually passed away in 2016 as well). This probably explains why original copies of this record are selling for about $150, if you can find them...So consider this release a twin tribute to two guys who brought a big smile to millions of kids, especially those on the East Coast that used to see Zach present all those cheesy horror movies on TV. R.I.P., Zach and Jack! & lt;/p & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;features & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Features & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;ul & gt; & lt;li & gt;Limited Edition - 500 Copies & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Clear with Green Swirl Vinyl & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Made in the USA & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ul & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;selections & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Selections & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side One: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Coolest Little Monster & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;A Wicked Thought & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Ghoul View Commercial & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Sure Sign Of Spring & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Transylvania P.T.A. & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Frank And Drac Are Back & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side Two: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Come With Me To Transylvania & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Spider Man Lullaby & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Ring-A-Ding Orangoutang & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Baying At The Moon & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Zacherle For President & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;/section & gt;
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John Zacherle Zacherle's Monster Gallery LP (Clear with Green Swirl Vinyl)
Henry Mancini Mommie Dearest Soundtrack LP (White Vinyl)
& lt;font color= & quot;#FF0000 & quot; & gt; & lt;b & gt;Limited Edition - 1200 Copies! & lt;br & gt; White Vinyl LP! & lt;br & gt; First Time On Vinyl! & lt;br & gt; Features Production Stills! & lt;/b & gt; & lt;/font & gt; & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; Christina Crawford's controversial memoir about the abuse she suffered at the hands of mother Joan Crawford spawned an even more controversial movie starring Faye Dunaway as the Hollywood diva. Panned by many, Mommie Dearest won (?) an award for the worst movie of the '90s, and to this day is loved/loathed for being an over-the-top camp cult classic. But one aspect of the movie was universally hailed: Henry Mancini's elegant score. Fashioned to recreate the classic film themes from '40s and '50s dramas by such composers as Bernard Herrmann, Alex North, and Elmer Bernstein, Mancini's work is a model of restraint, balancing passion and pathos while commenting and adding texture to the emotional extremes being displayed on screen. As always, Mancini's command of orchestral color is masterful, and while none of the melodies here are quite as scene-stealing as, say, his work on Days of Wine and Roses among his darker-themed movies, he does save quite a punch for last with the penultimate & quot;No More Pain & quot; track. For this, the FIRST-EVER VINYL RELEASE of this classic score, Real Gone Music has designed a gorgeous gatefold cover featuring production stills. & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; Limited edition of 1200 in very, very clean white vinyl! & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; & lt;b & gt;Features: & lt;/b & gt; & lt;br & gt; • Limited Edition - 1200 Copies & lt;br & gt; • 'Spotless' White Vinyl & lt;br & gt; • First Time on Vinyl & lt;br & gt; • Gatefold jacket features production stills & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; & lt;b & gt;Selections: & lt;br & gt; Side One: & lt;/b & gt; & lt;br & gt; 1. Main Title & lt;br & gt; 2. Of Shoes And socks & lt;br & gt; 3. My Darling Daughter & lt;br & gt; 4. A Lovely Day (Not Featured In Film) & lt;br & gt; 5. On Your Mark & lt;br & gt; 6. The Little Star (Not Featured In Film) / Bye Bye Greg & lt;br & gt; 7. Spoiled Children & lt;br & gt; & lt;b & gt;Side Two: & lt;/b & gt; & lt;br & gt; 1. Battle Axe & lt;br & gt; 2. A Test Of Wills & lt;br & gt; 3. No Wire Hangers (Not Featured In Film) & lt;br & gt; 4. Uncle Daddy / She's Drunk / First Kiss & lt;br & gt; 5. Home Again (Not Featured In Film) & lt;br & gt; 6. No More Pain (Not Featured In Film) & lt;br & gt; 7. End Credits
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Henry Mancini Mommie Dearest Soundtrack LP (White Vinyl)
Booker T. & The MG's The Complete Stax Singles Vol. 1 (1962-1967) 2LP (Mono) (Red Vinyl)
& lt;header & gt; & lt;p & gt; & lt;strong & gt;29 Single Sides Recorded For Stax On Mono Red Vinyl Double LP! & lt;/strong & gt; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;/header & gt; & lt;p & gt;With apologies to groups like The Meters, Bar-Kays, and Average White Band, when it comes to all-time great instrumental R & amp;B bands, for most folks Booker T. & amp; the MG's represent the gold standard. And with good reason...or, actually reasons! & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;First of all, as the house band of the hallowed Stax label, The MG's pretty much invented the sound of Southern soul, playing on records by everybody from Otis Redding to Wilson Pickett to Carla Thomas. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;Second, on their own as Booker T & amp; the MG's, they came up with some of the most indelible instrumental jams of all time, including - but by no means limited to! - & quot;Green Onions & quot;. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;And, third, each member of the band was an absolute monster on their instrument, to this day revered and copied by untold numbers of musicians. Indeed, by the time the mid '60s rolled around, bands on both sides of the Atlantic wanted to sound like Booker T. Jones, Steve Cropper, Al Jackson, Jr, and Lewie Steinberg (replaced about halfway through this collection by the great Donald & quot;Duck & quot; Dunn). & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;And what was that sound? Well, a typical MG's tune started from the bottom-up, resting on the rock-solid drumbeat of Jackson and the in-the-pocket bass work of Steinberg and, later, Dunn, over which keyboardist Jones and guitarist Cropper traded slinky and/or stinging licks. But these cats weren't just riff-happy groove masters; Jones basically codified the classic Hammond organ sound and Cropper's guitar tone remains the Holy Grail of anyone who's ever picked up a Fender Telecaster. Together, they recorded 49 single sides for Stax under the name of Booker T. & amp; the MG's, and you'll find the first 29 (yes, 29!) of 'em right here, released on a double-LP pressed in red vinyl. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;As with all of their singles collections, Real Gone Music have very carefully vetted these songs to make sure they are the correct mono single versions, with mastering by Dan Hersch at d2 Mastering, and tape research and sourcing by Mike Johnson and Aaron Kannowski with help from Bill Inglot. Ed Osborne has contributed detailed notes and discographical information, too, and the set's produced by Real Gone's own Gordon Anderson. As for the music, it pretty much speaks for itself: 29 songs, 15 of which reached the charts, including, along with & quot;Green Onions & quot;, such classics as & quot;Boot-Leg & quot;, & quot;Hip Hug-Her & quot; and & quot;My Sweet Potato & quot;. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;Get ready to get into the groove and stay there for a nice, long while! & lt;/p & gt; & lt;blockquote cite= & quot;www.pastemagazine.com & quot; & gt; A question that often gets debated by my fellow vinyl collectors is: What records would you buy for someone who was starting their journey as a music fan? What essentials would be in their starting kit? My answer has changed and evolved over the years, and today, I think it would include both of these double LP collections of all the singles Stax Records released by their incredible house band Booker T. & amp; the M.G.'s. This is the evolution of soul and R & amp;B music through the '60s spread across eight sides of vinyl, with the lean sound of early singles like 'Green Onions' and 'Soul Dressing' giving way to the shaggy influences of psychedelic rock, folk and the greasy music of the Muscle Shoals crew on later cuts like 'Sugarcane' and their cover of 'Something.' The M.G.'s absorbed them all and made them their own with style and hip-swinging joy. & lt;footer & gt; -Robert Ham, Paste Magazine & lt;/footer & gt; & lt;/blockquote & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;features & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Features & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;ul & gt; & lt;li & gt;Double LP & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Red Vinyl & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Mono & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;29 single sides recorded for Stax & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Mastering by Dan Hersch at d2 Mastering & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Tape research & amp; sourcing by Mike Johnson & amp; Aaron Kannowski with Bill Inglot & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Detailed notes & amp; discography information by Ed Osborne & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Produced by Real Gone Music's Gordon Anderson & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Gatefold jacket & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ul & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;selections & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Selections & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Record One / Side One: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Green Onions & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Behave Yourself & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Jellybread & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Aw' Mercy & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Home Grown & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Big Train & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Chinese Checkers & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Plum-Nellie & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Record One / Side Two: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Fannie Mae & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Mo-Onions & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Tic-Tac-Toe & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Soul Dressing & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;MG Party & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Can't Be Still & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Terrible Thing & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Record Two / Side One: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Boot-Leg & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Outrage & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Be My Lady & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Red Beans And Rice & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;My Sweet Potato & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Booker-Loo & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Jingle Bells & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Winter Wonderland & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Record Two / Side Two: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Hip Hug-Her & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Summertime & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Groovin' & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Slim Jenkin's Place & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Winter Snow & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Silver Bells & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;/section & gt;
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Booker T. & The MG's The Complete Stax Singles Vol. 1 (1962-1967) 2LP (Mono) (Red Vinyl)
Calvin Keys Shaw-Neeq LP (Vinyl)
& lt;header & gt; & lt;p & gt; & lt;strong & gt;1971 Album From Jazz Guitar Master On Vinyl LP! & lt;br & gt; Remastered By Mike Milchner At SonicVision! & lt;/strong & gt; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;/header & gt; & lt;p & gt;Calvin Keys's 1971 debut album for the Black Jazz Records label announced the arrival of a new star in the jazz guitar firmament. Keys had spent the '60s backing up the cr & amp;#232;me de la cr & amp;#232;me of jazz organists - Jimmy Smith, Jimmy McGriff, Jack McDuff, Richard & quot;Groove & quot; Holmes - but for his first record as a leader, he was eager to play with a piano player instead. So he recruited one of the best - Larry Nash, who, besides being a member of the L.A. Express, played with everybody from Eddie Harris to Bill Withers to Etta James. Bassist Lawrence Evans, drummer Bob Braye, and flautist-songwriter Owen Marshall rounded out the group on Shawn-Neeq, which might remind some of Pat Metheny's early work (Metheny acknowledges Keys as an influence), or Grant Green. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;But what gives Shawn-Neeq extra depth is that it comes from the heart; as Keys says in Pat Thomas's liner notes, which feature an interview with the artist: & quot;My thing was, I write about some of the experiences that I've had in my life. & quot; Keys has since become a fixture in the Bay Area jazz scene; this is the album that started his journey. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt; Another gem from the celebrated Black Jazz catalog, freshly remastered for CD and vinyl by Mike Milchner at Sonic Vision and ready to be savored! & lt;/p & gt; & lt;blockquote cite= & quot;www.pastemagazine.com & quot; & gt; One of the highlights of 2020 was Real Gone's vital reissues of titles from the short-lived Black Jazz Records. In just five years (from 1971-1975), the label released some incredible albums that caught the wave where jazz, psychedelia, R & amp;B, and funk were crashing together in delirious ways. The series continues at this early part of the new year with three fantastic re-releases from a trio of unheralded greats. While all essential, my favorite of the bunch is guitarist Calvin Keys' Shawn-Neeq, a 1971 release that puts a heavy emphasis on rhythm with the help of drummer Bob Braye and bassist Lawrence Evans, but also boasts the x-factor of Owen Marshall who tosses in miscellaneous percussion and blurts from his 'hose-a-phone' like firecrackers. & lt;footer & gt; -Robert Ham, Paste Magazine & lt;/footer & gt; & lt;/blockquote & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;features & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Features & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;ul & gt; & lt;li & gt;Vinyl LP & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Remastered By Mike Milchner At SonicVision & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Lacquer cutting by Clint Holley & amp; Dave Polster at Well Made Music & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Liner Notes By Pat Thomas & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Interview With Calvin Keys & lt;/li & gt; & lt;!--More features go here in & lt;li & gt; tags-- & gt; & lt;/ul & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;musicians & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Musicians & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;table & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Calvin Keys & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;guitar & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Bob Braye & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;drums & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Lawrence Evans & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;bass & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Larry Nash & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;electric piano & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Owen Marshall & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;flute, hose-a-phone, misc. & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;/table & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;selections & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Selections & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side One: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;B. E. & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Criss Cross & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Shawn-Neeq & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side Two: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Gee-Gee & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;B. K. & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;/section & gt;
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Calvin Keys Shaw-Neeq LP (Vinyl)
Cyndi Lauper Merry Christmas...Have A Nice Life! LP (Clear with Red & White Swirl Vinyl)
& lt;header & gt; & lt;p & gt; & lt;strong & gt;Limited Edition Clear With Red & amp; White Swirl & quot;Candy Cane & quot; Vinyl LP! & lt;/strong & gt; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;/header & gt; & lt;p & gt;Leave it to Cyndi Lauper to record a Christmas album that's upbeat without being sappy! Honestly, the stories that surround the making of this 1998 record are enough to put you in the Christmas spirit. Like the fact that she recorded it at her home while her infant son Declyn slept (he can be heard giggling and burbling on & quot;New Year's Baby [First Lullaby] & quot;). And that she taped her vocals inside her cedar closet because she liked the reverb sound. In short: no spoiled superstar or commercial cash-in here! Just a fresh, homespun take on a time-honored tradition, brought to you by a performer whose work in music, theater, and advocacy continues to inspire. Cyndi brings her trademark sass to songs like & quot;Christmas Conga & quot; and the bawdy & quot;Minnie and Santa & quot; among the eight original tunes on the record. But the traditional tunes & quot;Three Ships & quot; and & quot;Silent Night & quot; radiate a reverent, gather-'round-the-fireplace vibe that'll warm the cockles of even the most hidebound holiday music devotee. For this holiday season, Real Gone Music has pressed up Merry Christmas...Have a Nice Life in a clear with red and white 'candy cane' swirl vinyl edition inside a beautiful gatefold cover featuring lyrics! & lt;/p & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;features & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Features & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;ul & gt; & lt;li & gt;Limited Edition & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Clear with Red & amp; White Swirl & quot;Candy Cane & quot; Vinyl & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Gatefold Cover & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Lyrics & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ul & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;selections & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Selections & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side One: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Home On Christmas Day & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Early Christmas Morning & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Christmas Conga & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Minnie And Santa & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side Two: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Feels Like Christmas & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Three Ships & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;New Year's Baby (First Lullaby) & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;December Child & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;In The Bleak Midwinter & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Silent Night & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;/section & gt;
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Cyndi Lauper Merry Christmas...Have A Nice Life! LP (Clear with Red & White Swirl Vinyl)
Doug Carn Featuring The Voice Of Jean Carn Spirit Of The New Land LP (Vinyl)
& lt;header & gt; & lt;p & gt; & lt;strong & gt;1972 Album Remastered On Vinyl LP! & lt;br & gt; Featuring The Vocals Of Jean Carn! & lt;/strong & gt; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;/header & gt; & lt;p & gt;Of all the artists who recorded for the Black Jazz label, keyboardist and composer & lt;strong & gt;Doug Carn & lt;/strong & gt; was the most prolific, releasing four albums for the imprint. 1972's Spirit Of The New Land was his second Black Jazz release, but the first one (of two) to co-feature his wife, vocalist & lt;strong & gt;Jean Carn & lt;/strong & gt;, in the album title; Real Gone Music has chosen to lead with this record from Carn's catalog not only because it's the most collectible of the bunch, but also because it showcases his innovative approach of adding lyrics to jazz standards. Thus, both Miles Davis' & quot;Blue In Green & quot; and Lee Morgan's & quot;Search For The New Land & quot; are blessed with spellbinding vocals from Jean Carn set to her husband's words, while Doug Carn originals like & quot;Arise And Shine & quot; and & quot;My Spirit & quot; soar with spiritual fervor on the wings of his wife's five-octave range. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;Along for the ride are a stellar cast of players, including trumpeter & lt;strong & gt;Charles Tolliver & lt;/strong & gt;, co-founder of the Strata-East label; saxophonist & lt;strong & gt;George Harper & lt;/strong & gt;, who played with Herbie Hancock and Jimmy Smith among others; trombonist & lt;strong & gt;Garnett Brown & lt;/strong & gt;, who appears on albums by Roland Kirk, Albert Ayler, and Art Blakey among his hundreds of album credits; tuba player & lt;strong & gt;Earl McIntyre & lt;/strong & gt;, whose discography spans from Carla Bley to the Band; and drummer & lt;strong & gt;Alphonse Mouzon & lt;/strong & gt;, founding member of Weather Report. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;Produced for reissue by Real Gone's own Gordon Anderson and noted jazz archivist Zev Feldman, remastered by Mike Milchner at Sonic Vision, and pressed on black vinyl by Gotta Groove Records with lacquer cutting by Clint Holley and Dave Polster at Well Made Music, this beautiful, uplifting album comes with a special surprise: liner notes by Pat Thomas, author of Listen, Whitey! The Sights and Sounds of Black Power 1965-1975, that feature excerpts from a freewheeling interview recently conducted with Doug Carn himself! & lt;/p & gt; & lt;blockquote cite= & quot;pastemagazine.com & quot; & gt; The second album by Doug Carn is far less interested in accessibility. His fusion compositions, and lucid takes on well-known songs from Lee Morgan and Miles Davis, make great use of his wife Jean's gritty vocals and contributions from Alphonse Mouzon and trumpeter Charles Tolliver. & lt;footer & gt; -Robert Ham, Paste Magazine & lt;/footer & gt; & lt;/blockquote & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;features & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Features & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;ul & gt; & lt;li & gt;Vinyl LP & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Remastered by Mike Milchner at SonicVision & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Lacquer cutting by Clint Holley and Dave Polster at Well Made Music & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Pressed at Gotta Groove Records & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Liner notes by Pat Thomas feature excerpts from a recent interview with Doug Carn & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ul & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;musicians & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Musicians & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;table & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Doug Carn & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;piano, electric piano, organ & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Charles Tolliver & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;flugelhorn & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;George Harper & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;tenor sax, soprano sax, bass clarinet, flute & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Garnett Brown & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;trombone & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Earl McIntyre & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;tuba & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Al Mouzon & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;drums & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Jean Carn & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;vocals & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;/table & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;selections & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Selections & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side 1: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Dwell Like A Ghost & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;My Spirit & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Arise And Shine & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Blue In Green & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side 2: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Trance Dance & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Search For The New Land & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;New Moon & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;/section & gt;
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Doug Carn Featuring The Voice Of Jean Carn Spirit Of The New Land LP (Vinyl)
The Horace Tapscott Quintet The Giant Is Awakened LP (Vinyl)
& lt;header & gt; & lt;p & gt; & lt;strong & gt;Historic & amp; Highly Collectible Debut Album Reissued On Vinyl LP! & lt;/strong & gt; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;/header & gt; & lt;p & gt;The title of Horace Tapscott's debut release is apt, if not self-referential, for indeed a giant of West Coast jazz had awakened with this, the pianist/composer/bandleader's 1969 album for the Flying Dutchman label. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;Tapscott went on to form two groups crucial to the flowering of modern jazz in the Los Angeles area, the Pan Afrikan Peoples Arkestra (or P.A.P.A.; the name is an homage to Tapscott's predecessor and peer, Sun Ra), which eventually became part of a larger umbrella organization, Union of God's Musicians and Artists Ascension (UGMAA). Out of UGMAA came a host of LA-bred musicians, singers, and poets, including Arthur Blythe (who goes by Black Arthur Blythe on this recording), Stanley Crouch (who wrote the original liner notes), David Murray, Butch Morris, Wilber Morris, Jimmy Woods, Nate Morgan, and Sinclair Greenwell, Jr. (a.k.a. Guido Sinclair). And anchoring it all was Tapscott himself; as Kamasi Washington, whose vision of a large, Los Angeles community-based ensemble echoes that of P.A.P.A. and UGMAA, said in 2015: & quot;Horace is one of the most important figures in the foundation of music in L.A., from both a purely musically and socially conscious perspective. & quot; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;Real Gone Music's first, neon green vinyl release of this momentous record sold out in a heartbeat; now, they're bringing it back in a black vinyl edition pressed at Gotta Groove Records, taken from high-resolution audio sources and complete with original gatefold artwork. A foundational document of West Coast modern jazz! & lt;/p & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;features & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Features & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;ul & gt; & lt;li & gt;Vinyl LP & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Black Vinyl & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Lacquers cut from high resolution audio sources & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Pressed at Gotta Groove Records & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Original gatefold artwork & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ul & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;musicians & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Musicians & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;table & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Horace Tapscott & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;piano & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Arthur Blythe & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;alto saxophone & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;David Bryant & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;bass & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Walter Savage, Jr. & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;bass & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Everett Brown, Jr. & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;drums & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;/table & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;selections & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Selections & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side One: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;The Giant Is Awakened & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;For Fats & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side Two: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;The Dark Tree & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Niger's Theme & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;/section & gt;
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The Horace Tapscott Quintet The Giant Is Awakened LP (Vinyl)
Spacehog Resident Alien 2LP (Pink Vinyl)
& lt;header & gt; & lt;p & gt; & lt;strong & gt;Limited Edition Pink Vinyl Double LP! & lt;br & gt; First Widespread Vinyl Release! & lt;br & gt; Features Hit Song & quot;In The Meantime & quot;! & lt;/strong & gt; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;/header & gt; & lt;p & gt;It's the first widespread vinyl release for this & lt;strong & gt;classic slab of mid-'90s British glam & lt;/strong & gt;! Recorded at Bearsville in NY by a bunch of Leeds expats (hence the Resident Alien title), this Gold album features the hit & quot;In The Meantime & quot; and lots of other hooks 'n' riffs from & quot;The Band That Fell To Earth & quot; (featuring Antony & amp; Royston Langdon, Jonny Cragg, and guitar hero Richard Steel). & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;Newly-created gatefold packaging housing a limited pink vinyl pressing (Note: watch out for the & quot;Untitled & quot; track!). & lt;/p & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;features & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Features & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;ul & gt; & lt;li & gt;Limited Edition & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Pink Vinyl & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Double LP & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;First widespread vinyl release & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Newly-created gatefold packaging & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ul & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;selections & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Selections & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side One: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;In The Meantime & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Spacehog & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Starside & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Candyman & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side Two: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Space Is The Place & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Never Coming Down (Part 1) & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Cruel To Be Kind & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Ship Wrecked & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Only A Few & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side Three: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;The Last Dictator & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Never Coming Down (Part II) & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Zeroes & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side Four: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;To Be A Millionaire...Was It Likely? & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Untitled & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;/section & gt;
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Spacehog Resident Alien 2LP (Pink Vinyl)
Henry Franklin The Skipper At Home LP (Vinyl)
& lt;header & gt; & lt;p & gt; & lt;strong & gt;Never Before Reissued On Vinyl Outside Of Japan...Until Now! & lt;br & gt; 1972 Black Jazz Classic Remastered By Mike Milchner! & lt;/strong & gt; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;/header & gt; & lt;p & gt;Bassist Henry Franklin's 1972 release for Black Jazz, The Skipper, is one of the highlights in a label catalog full of many, and his 1974 follow-up, The Skipper at Home ('The Skipper' is Franklin's nickname), lives up to its predecessor's high standard and might even surpass it. Which is no surprise given that a lot of the same players are on it, including trumpeter/flugelhornist Oscar Brashear, tenor/soprano saxophonist Charles Owens, and pianist Bill Henderson (here billed as Kemang Sunduza). But The Skipper at Home also boasts ace talents like keyboardist Kirk Lightsey (memorably featured on the Roland Haynes Black Jazz release 2nd Wave), trombonist Al Hall, Jr. (who appeared on Black Jazz releases from Doug Carn, Chester Thompson, and Calvin Keys), and drummer Leon 'Ndugu' Chancler, who's played with everyone from Miles Davis to Joe Henderson. The result is an album that, like The Skipper, is rooted in bop but one that nods to some of the currents that were swirling in jazz at the time; it's a little freer, a little more electric. And, as is true of just about every Black Jazz release, the ensemble work is remarkably intuitive and swinging, driven by Franklin's melodic, inventive bass playing. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;The Skipper at Home has never been reissued on vinyl outside of Japan, and it's never sounded better thanks to Mike Milchner's remastering. Pat Thomas' liner notes complete the package. A beautiful record. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;features & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Features & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;ul & gt; & lt;li & gt;Vinyl LP & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;First Reissue Outside Of Japan Since 1974 & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Remastered by Mike Milchner & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Lacquer cutting by Clint Holley & amp; Dave Polster at Well Made Music & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Liner Notes by Pat Thomas & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ul & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;musicians & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Musicians & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;table & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Henry Franklin (Nyimbo) & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;bass, leader & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Charles Owens & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;tenor sax & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Oscar Brashear (Cache) & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;trumpet & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Al Hall, Jr. & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;trombone & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Kemang Sunduza (Bill Henderson) & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;soprano sax & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Kirk Lightsey (Thalmus) & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;piano, flute (Cut 6) & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;David Durrah & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;piano (Cuts 5 & amp; 6) & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Ndugu (Leon Chancelor) & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;drums & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Kenny Climas & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;guitar & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;The Sisters Happiness & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;vocals (Cut 5) & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;/table & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;selections & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Selections & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side One: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Blue Lights & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;What Was & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Soft Spirit & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side Two: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;The Magic Boy & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Venus Fly Trap & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Waltz for Boobuss & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;/section & gt;
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Henry Franklin The Skipper At Home LP (Vinyl)
Calvin Keys Proceed With Caution! LP (Vinyl)
& lt;header & gt; & lt;p & gt; & lt;strong & gt;Sublime Sounds Newly Remastered On Vinyl LP! & lt;br & gt; First Time On Vinyl Since 1974! & lt;/strong & gt; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;/header & gt; & lt;p & gt;Bay Area jazz guitar legend Calvin Keys released his debut solo record, Shawn-Neeq, in 1971, and it remains one of the most beloved albums on the Black Jazz label. But that record was a mere prelude for 1974's Proceed with Caution; this time around, the arrangements were more complex, the instrumentation more diverse. In short, a quantum leap forward; indeed, as Calvin tells Pat Thomas in his liner notes for the release, & quot;I started going to the Los Angeles School of Music studying orchestrations and I was putting it to use! & quot; And he recruited the band to fulfill his ambitious musical visions to their fullest, including legendary drummer Leon 'Ndugu' Chancler, fellow Black Jazz mainstays Henry Franklin on bass and Kirk Lightsey on keyboards, and Charles Owens (Horace Tapscott, Buddy Rich, Terry Callier, John Mayall) on sax and flute. Despite being hugely collectible, Proceed with Caution has never been reissued on vinyl before. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;features & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Features & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;ul & gt; & lt;li & gt;Vinyl LP & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Newly Remastered & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;First Time on Vinyl Since 1974 & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Liner Notes by Pat Thomas featuring an interview with the artist & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ul & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;musicians & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Musicians & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;table & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Ajafika Calvin Keys & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;guitar & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Charles Owens & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;soprano & amp; tenor saxes, flute & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Thalmus Kirk Lightsey & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;electric piano & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Nyimbo Henry Franklin & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;bass & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Cha Che Oscar Brashear & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;trumpet, flugelhorn & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Ndugu Leon Chancler & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;drums & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Owen Marshall & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;percussion (Ittisels), scrtasizem (obe), papali, bongos & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;/table & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;selections & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Selections & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side 1: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Proceed with Caution & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Tradewinds & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Efflugence & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side 2: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Aunt Lovey & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Renaissance & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Night Cry & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;/section & gt;
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Calvin Keys Proceed With Caution! LP (Vinyl)
Roland Haynes 2nd Wave LP (Vinyl)
& lt;header & gt; & lt;p & gt; & lt;strong & gt;Roland Haynes' Only Album Reissued On Vinyl LP For The First Time! & lt;br & gt; Featuring Dueling Fender Rhodes On Mind-blowing Keyboard Jams! & lt;br & gt; Remastered For Vinyl! & lt;/strong & gt; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;/header & gt; & lt;p & gt;This 1975 album is one of a kind in lots of ways. First, it's keyboardist Roland Haynes' only album. But more importantly, Second Wave has a sound - and line-up - unlike pretty much any other jazz fusion album to come out before or since. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;Anchored by a fantastic rhythm section of & lt;strong & gt;Carl Burnett & lt;/strong & gt;(Cal Tjader, Vince Guaraldi and most notably Gene Harris and The Three Sounds) and & lt;strong & gt;Henry & quot;The Skipper & quot; Franklin & lt;/strong & gt; (leader on a couple of Black Jazz titles still to come, plus Ornette Coleman, Don Cherry, Hugh Masekela, and many others), the album features dueling Fender Rhodes tickled by Haynes and & lt;strong & gt;Kirk Lightsey & lt;/strong & gt;, who played with everyone from Chet Baker to Pharoah Sanders to Sonny Stitt, not to mention a bunch of Black Jazz dates. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;The cascading sound of the two electric pianos, one (Lightsey's) often driven through a wah-wah pedal, gives Second Wave a special vibe all its own; there are not horns or guitars getting in the way of these mindblowing keyboard jams. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;Some folks might hear a little '70s-era Miles Davis when Joe Zawinul, Chick Corea, Keith Jarrett and/or Herbie Hancock were in the band, and Hancock's own Head Hunters album comes to mind (as well later fusion dudes like Jan Hammer and Bill Bruford), but Second Wave is sui generis. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;The Real Gone reissue is remastered for vinyl by Mike Milchner at Sonic Vision, with LP lacquer cutting by Clint Holley and Dave Polster at Well Made Music, and features new liner notes by Pat Thomas, author of Listen, Whitey! The Sights and Sounds of Black Power 1965-1975, that include a couple of quotes from drummer Burnett and bassist Franklin. First ever time reissued on vinyl! & lt;/p & gt; & lt;blockquote cite= & quot;pastemagazine.com & quot; & gt; What happened to Roland Haynes? That's a question that has plagued some jazz fans in the 45 years since his album 2nd Wave was released, and it is one that will likely be asked a lot once a new generation of listeners gets a hold of Real Gone's reissue. This was the only album the keyboardist released, and, so far as my research can tell, the only LP that features his playing. And what an album it is. With an unusual lineup of two keyboardists, drums and bass, 2nd Wave plays like a condensed version of Miles Davis' early electric period, with blazing funk rhythms anchoring competing solos by Haynes and Kirk Lightsey on electric pianos. It's a risky decision as there's no real stabilizing force or counterbalance to be found. All four musicians are out for blood on this recording, without even the suggestion of any quarter. It's agitation and delirium in the form of joyful and furious musicianship. Would that we had gotten more from Haynes before his quick departure from the stage. & lt;footer & gt; -Robert Ham, Paste Magazine & lt;/footer & gt; & lt;/blockquote & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;features & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Features & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;ul & gt; & lt;li & gt;Vinyl LP & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;First time reissued on vinyl & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Remastered for vinyl by Mike Milchner at Sonic Vision & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Lacquer cutting by Clint Holley & amp; Dave Polster at Well Made Music & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Insert & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;New liner notes by Pat Thomas with quote from drummer Carl Burnett & amp; bassist Henry & quot;The Skipper & quot; Franklin & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ul & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;musicians & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Musicians & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;table & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Roland Haynes & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;keyboards & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Kirk Lightsey & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;keyboards & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Henry Franklin & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;bass & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Carl Burnett & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;drums & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;/table & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;selections & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Selections & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side 1: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Eglise & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Second Wave & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Kirstn's Play & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side 2: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Aicelis & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Descent & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Funky Mama Moose & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;/section & gt;
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Roland Haynes 2nd Wave LP (Vinyl)
The Electric Prunes Release Of An Oath 45rpm LP (Maroon & White Marble Vinyl)
& lt;header & gt; & lt;p & gt; & lt;strong & gt;Limited Edition - 1000 Copies! & lt;br & gt; 45rpm Maroon & amp; White Marble Vinyl LP! & lt;br & gt; Sounds Fresh & amp; Cutting-Edge Over 50 Years Later! & lt;/strong & gt; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;/header & gt; & lt;p & gt;Starting with their 1967 self-titled release featuring & quot;I Had Too Much To Dream (Last Night) & quot;, The Electric Prunes made four fantastic albums for the Reprise label in the space of two years, but by the time they made Release Of An Oath, the last of the four, not a single member of the original band was left. But two key individuals were still in the fold. One was & lt;strong & gt;Dave Hassinger & lt;/strong & gt;, engineer for The Rolling Stones, Jefferson Airplane, Grateful Dead and other superstar groups of the '60s, who retained the rights to the Electric Prunes name and served as producer of the album. The other was legendary composer and arranger & lt;strong & gt;David Axelrod & lt;/strong & gt;. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;Axelrod had already written and arranged the Prunes album Mass In F Minor, the complexity of which had forced the band's original members to quit in frustration. Now, having composed a psychedelic Catholic mass, Axelrod turned his attention to the Old Testament and specifically & quot;The Kol Nidre & quot;, the prayer that begins the Yom Kippur service in the Jewish faith. Once again, the orchestration proved too much for the then-current edition of the band (except for vocalist Dick Whetstone), so Axelrod brought in & lt;strong & gt;The Wrecking Crew & lt;/strong & gt; in the persons of guitarists & lt;strong & gt;Howard Roberts & lt;/strong & gt; and & lt;strong & gt;Lou Morrell & lt;/strong & gt;, bassist & lt;strong & gt;Carol Kaye & lt;/strong & gt;, keyboardist & lt;strong & gt;Don Randi & lt;/strong & gt;, and drummer & lt;strong & gt;Earl Palmer & lt;/strong & gt;. Armed with that formidable line-up, Axelrod brought his trademark blend of psychedelic rock, jazzy orchestration and avant-garde touches to full fruition, creating an album that sounds fresh and cutting-edge over 50 years later. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;Now, for its first vinyl reissue, Real Gone Music presents this one-of-a-kind record in a maroon and white marble vinyl pressing that's every bit as psychedelic as the music it contains. & lt;strong & gt;If you know and love this album, you'll love this edition, and if you haven't heard it, now is the time! & lt;/strong & gt; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;features & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Features & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;ul & gt; & lt;li & gt;Limited Edition - 1000 copies & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Maroon & amp; White Marble Vinyl & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;First vinyl reissue & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Mastered at 45rpm for maximum fidelity & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Original album art & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Features members of The Wrecking Crew & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ul & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;selections & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Selections & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side One: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Kol Nidre & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Holy Are You & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;General Confessional & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side Two: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Individual Confessional & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Our Father, Our King & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;The Adoration & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Closing Hymn & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;/section & gt;
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The Electric Prunes Release Of An Oath 45rpm LP (Maroon & White Marble Vinyl)
The Mamas And The Papas The Complete Singles 2LP (Mono) (Vinyl)
& lt;header & gt; & lt;p & gt; & lt;strong & gt;All 31 Single Sides In Their Hard-To-Find Original Mono Mixes On Double LP! & lt;br & gt; Features & quot;California Dreamin' & quot;, & quot;Monday, Monday & quot;, & quot;I Saw Her Again & quot;, & quot;Dedicated To The One I Love & quot; & amp; More! & lt;/strong & gt; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;/header & gt; & lt;p & gt;With the debut of their first hit, & quot;California Dreamin' & quot;, on the charts, The Mamas and The Papas proclaimed themselves to be a potent new force in the burgeoning West Coast folk-rock movement, announcing to the world that something special and beautiful was happening in California. Real Gone Music celebrates the group's very special legacy by releasing The Mamas and The Papas: The Complete Singles, a two-LP, 31-track set that brings together on vinyl the A and B side of every single the group released, all in their rare mono single mixes. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;Remastered by Aaron Kannowski, the engineer responsible for Real Gone's acclaimed collections of singles by fellow Dunhill label acts The Grass Roots and Steppenwolf, the set includes notes by Co-Producer Ed Osborne that feature quotes drawn from extended interviews with Mama Michelle Phillips and Dunhill label head and producer Lou Adler, while the package also includes a number of rarely-seen images of this eminently photographable band. Many of the single mixes haven't been available on vinyl since the release of this collection; over the course of listening to this set you're going to hear such legendary songs as & quot;Monday, Monday & quot;, & quot;California Dreamin' & quot;, & quot;Creeque Alley & quot;, & quot;I Saw Her Again & quot;, & quot;Words Of Love & quot;, & quot;Dream A Little Dream Of Me & quot;, & quot;Glad To Be Unhappy & quot;, & quot;Dedicated To The One I Love & quot; and & quot;It's Getting Better & quot; exactly as folks heard them over the radio back in those halcyon days. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;Due to the unfortunate situation with the Dunhill single master tape reels (supposedly thrown out at the behest of one of the label's owners), Mamas and Papas fans had despaired of ever hearing the group's original singles on LP. Now, after countless hours spent tracking down sources, Real Gone Music is proud to release the most significant vinyl addition to The Mamas and The Papas discography in years. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;features & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Features & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;ul & gt; & lt;li & gt;Double LP & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;A and B side of every single released by the group & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Rare mono single mixes & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Remastered by Aaron Kannowski & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Liner notes with quotes from interviews with Michelle Phillips and Lou Adler & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Rarely-seen images & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Gatefold jacket & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ul & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;selections & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Selections & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side One: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Go Where You Wanna Go & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Somebody Groovy & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;California Dreamin' & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Monday, Monday & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Got A Feelin' & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;I Saw Her Again & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Even If I Could & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Look Through My Window & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Once Was A Time I Thought & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side Two: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Words Of Love & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Dancing In The Street & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Dedicated To The One I Love & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Free Advice & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Creeque Alley & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Did You Ever Want To Cry & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Twelve Thirty (Young Girls Are Coming To The Canyon) & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Straight Shooter & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side Three: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Glad To Be Unhappy & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Hey Girl & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Dancing Bear & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;John's Music Box & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Safe In My Garden & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Too Late & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Dream A Little Dream Of Me & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Midnight Voyage & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side Four: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;For The Love Of Ivy & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Strange Young Girls & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Do You Wanna Dance & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;My Girl & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Step Out & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Shooting Star & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;/section & gt;
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The Mamas And The Papas The Complete Singles 2LP (Mono) (Vinyl)
Rudolph Johnson The Second Coming LP (Vinyl)
& lt;header & gt; & lt;p & gt; & lt;strong & gt;Newly Remastered On Vinyl LP! & lt;br & gt; First Vinyl Reissue Since 1974! & lt;/strong & gt; & lt;/header & gt; & lt;p & gt;The album title is apt, as this was saxman Rudolph Johnson's second album for the Black Jazz label (and this reissue marks only the second time this 1973 album has been released on vinyl)! But more importantly, the quality of the music it contains renders the more common, Messianic meaning of the phrase & quot;the second coming & quot; equally applicable. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;Saxman and bandleader Rudolph Johnson never attained the commercial success of some of his contemporaries, but his fans consider him the rightful heir to John Coltrane's improvisational genius. And with keyboardist Kirk Lightsey in the band for this go-round (Real Gone has already reissued Johnson's very fine 1971 Black Jazz album Spring Rain), sparks are gonna fly, starting right off with the cookin' album opener & quot;The Traveler, & quot; which if you close your eyes will definitely bring to mind Coltrane's classic quartet circa the early '60s. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;Indeed, unlike most of the other releases on the Black Jazz label, The Second Coming barely nods to the fusion and soul jazz trends that were sweeping jazz at the time. Instead, this is expressive, free improvisation at its best, beautifully recorded by producer Gene Russell and deserving of a much wider audience than it found the first time. Newly remastered and annotated and reissued on vinyl for the first time! & lt;/p & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;features & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Features & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;ul & gt; & lt;li & gt;Vinyl LP & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;First Time on Vinyl Since 1974 & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Remastered by Mike Milchner at SonicVision & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Lacquer cutting by Clint Holley & amp; Dave Polster at Well Made Music & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Liner notes by Pat Thomas & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ul & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;musicians & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Musicians & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;table & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Rudolph Johnson & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;tenor sax & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Kent L. Brinkley & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;bass & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Douglas J. Sides & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;drums & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Kirk Lightsey & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;piano & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;/table & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;selections & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Selections & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side 1: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;The Traveler & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Time And Space & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;The Highest Pleasure & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side 2: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;The Water Bearer & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;The Second Coming & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;/section & gt;
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Rudolph Johnson The Second Coming LP (Vinyl)
The Bangles Doll Revolution 2LP (White Vinyl)
& lt;header & gt; & lt;p & gt; & lt;strong & gt;Limited Edition White Vinyl Double LP! & lt;br & gt; Stunning 2003 Comeback Album! & lt;br & gt; 1st Widespread Vinyl Release! & lt;/strong & gt; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;/header & gt; & lt;p & gt;The Bangles are one of the greatest all-girl bands in rock history, renowned for their songwriting, harmonies, and chops...yet Doll Revolution, one of their best records, has never seen a widespread vinyl release to general music retail. That's because it fell into that late '90s/early 2000s gap when vinyl was considered dead (ha)! & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;Now, with full support of the band, Real Gone Music brings Doll Revolution to its rightful format with a white vinyl pressing. A 2-LP set brought to you in sumptuous gatefold packaging with insert. Features one of Real Gone's favorite Bangles songs, & quot;Ride The Ride & quot;. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;features & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Features & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;ul & gt; & lt;li & gt;Limited Edition & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;White Vinyl & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Double LP & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;First widespread vinyl release to general music retail & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Gatefold packaging & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Insert & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ul & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;selections & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Selections & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side One: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Tear Off Your Own Head (It's A Doll Revolution) & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Stealing Rosemary & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Something That You Said & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Ask Me No Questions & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side Two: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;The Rain Song & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Nickel Romeo & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Ride The Ride & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side Three: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;I Will Take Care Of You & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Here Right Now & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Single By Choice & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Lost At Sea & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side Four: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Song For A Good Son & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Mixed Messages & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Between The Two & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Grateful & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;/section & gt;
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The Bangles Doll Revolution 2LP (White Vinyl)
Gene Russell Talk To My Lady LP (Vinyl)
& lt;header & gt; & lt;p & gt; & lt;strong & gt;1973 Genre-Busting Jazz Classic On Vinyl LP! & lt;br & gt; Remastered By Mike Milchner At SonicVision! & lt;br & gt; First-Ever LP Reissue! & lt;/strong & gt; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;/header & gt; & lt;p & gt;In between acting as Producer on all of the Black Jazz label releases, keyboardist Gene Russell also cut two fine albums for the imprint, of which this is the second, released in 1973. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;Judging by the quality of their respective solo outings for the label, the fact that Russell's band includes bassist Henry Franklin and guitarist Calvin Keys bodes very, very well for the quality of this record. And indeed, Talk to My Lady represents a sterling stylistic leap for Russell from his New Direction album, which was the first release issued on Black Jazz; here, he's leading an electric band instead of the basic piano trio format found on the former record, and playing a number of original, soul jazz compositions like & quot;Get Down & quot; and the title tune. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;As for the covers, both & quot;Me And Mrs. Jones & quot; and & quot;You Are The Sunshine Of My Life & quot; are heartfelt renditions given a little extra bounce by Russell's ivory tickling and Franklin's expressive bass playing in particular, while the version of & quot;My Favorite Things & quot; goes way out beyond what John Coltrane played on his original Atlantic studio version. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;It's hard to go wrong with a Black Jazz album and you won't on this one from the label's creative helm, newly remastered for CD and LP by Mike Milchner at Sonic Vision and boasting liner notes by Pat Thomas. First-ever LP reissue! & lt;/p & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;features & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Features & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;ul & gt; & lt;li & gt;Vinyl LP & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;First Time On Vinyl Since 1973 & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Remastered By Mike Milchner At SonicVision & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Lacquer cutting by Clint Holley & amp; Dave Polster at Well Made Music & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Liner Notes By Pat Thomas & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ul & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;musicians & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Musicians & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;table & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Henry Franklin & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;bass & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Calvin Keys & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;guitar & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Ndugu & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;drums & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Charles Weaver & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;conga drums & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Eddie Gee & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;tambourine & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Gene Russell & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;Fender Rhodes, Steinway pianos & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;/table & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;selections & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Selections & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side 1: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Talk To My Lady & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Get Down & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Me And Mrs. Jones & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;For Heaven's Sake & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side 2: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;You Are The Sunshine Of My Life & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Blues Suite & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;My Favorite Things & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;If You Could See Me Now & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;/section & gt;
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Gene Russell Talk To My Lady LP (Vinyl)
Charles Bernstein Cujo Soundtrack LP (Black & Brown "St. Bernard" Vinyl)
& lt;header & gt; & lt;p & gt; & lt;strong & gt;Out Of Print! Only a few copies left! & lt;/strong & gt; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;/header & gt; & lt;font color= & quot;#FF0000 & quot; & gt; & lt;b & gt;Limited Edition - 1000 Copies! & lt;br & gt; Black & amp; Brown & quot;St. Bernard & quot; Vinyl LP! & lt;br & gt; First Time Ever On Vinyl! & lt;/b & gt; & lt;/font & gt; & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; Ah, life in the country…such bucolic bliss. Until your neighbor’s dog contracts rabies, kills its owner, and then comes after you! With such emotional extremes, Cujo was not an easy movie to score, but when Stephen King’s classic novel came to the screen in 1983 starring Dee Wallace and Daniel Hugh Kelly with Lewis Teague directing, composer/conductor Charles Bernstein (A Nightmare on Elm Street) proved mightily up to the task. In addition to employing harsh synthesizer effects and dissonant orchestral layers leading up to the climactic showdown between Mom and beast, Bernstein also penned a tender theme expressing the gentle joys of family life. & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; Unfortunately, post production woes mixed up some cues and caused the score to be abbreviated in the film; Intrada’s recent CD release presented Bernstein’s work for the first time as it was originally recorded, and that’s where the 18 tracks on our first-ever vinyl release come from, with new (and terrifying) cover art. Limited black and brown “St. Bernard” vinyl edition limited to 1000 copies! & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; & lt;b & gt;Features: & lt;/b & gt; & lt;br & gt; • Limited Edition - 1000 Copies & lt;br & gt; • Black & amp; Brown & quot;St. Bernard & quot; Vinyl LP & lt;br & gt; • First-ever vinyl release & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; & lt;b & gt;Selections: & lt;br & gt; Side One: & lt;/b & gt; & lt;br & gt; 1. Main Title & amp; Rabbit Chase & lt;br & gt; 2. Bedroom & lt;br & gt; 3. Kemp To Dinner Table & lt;br & gt; 4. Cujo's Entrance (Revised) & lt;br & gt; 5. Hoist Delivery & amp; Spilt Milk & lt;br & gt; 6. Monster Words Wall & amp; Cujo In Fog & lt;br & gt; 7. Brett And Charity & lt;br & gt; 8. Cujo Kills Garry & lt;br & gt; & lt;b & gt;Side Two: & lt;/b & gt; & lt;br & gt; 1. Cujo Kills Camber & lt;br & gt; 2. Drive To Siege & lt;br & gt; 3. Crane To Cujo & amp; Car Stalls & lt;br & gt; 4. Pee-Em Phone & amp; Sunrise & lt;br & gt; 5. Cujo Attacks Car & lt;br & gt; 6. Cujo Attacks Donna & amp; 360 In Car (Revised) & lt;br & gt; 7. Cujo On The Hood To Sunrise II (Revised Alternate #2) & lt;br & gt; 8. Final Confrontation & lt;br & gt; 9. Revive Tad & lt;br & gt; 10. Cujo End Credits
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Charles Bernstein Cujo Soundtrack LP (Black & Brown "St. Bernard" Vinyl)
Voivod The Outer Limits LP ("Rocket Fire" Red with Black Smoke Vinyl)
& lt;header & gt; & lt;p & gt; & lt;strong & gt;Limited Edition & quot;Rocket Fire & quot; Red With Black Smoke Vinyl LP! & lt;/strong & gt; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;/header & gt; & lt;p & gt;Until Real Gone Music reissued it in early 2021, The Outer Limits had only come out briefly on vinyl in Europe, which is one reason why demand for their initial LP release of this 1993 record was absolutely INSANE. But the other reason is that The Outer Limits offers the unique blend of atonal riffs, off-time tempo changes, and sci-fi imagery that made this Quebec band such a shining star in the Canadian metal scene. The Outer Limits features a great cover of Pink Floyd's & quot;The Nile Song & quot; (Voivod had covered & quot;Astronomy Domine & quot; on their 1989 album Nothingface), but without question the album's centerpiece is the winding 17-minute song & quot;Jack Luminous, & quot; which is something of a prog-rock masterpiece. Real Gone Music's reissue comes with a jacket and inner sleeve boasting lyrics and drummer Michael Langevin's illustrations. Brand-new & quot;Rocket Fire & quot; Red with Black Smoke vinyl pressing! & lt;/p & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;features & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Features & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;ul & gt; & lt;li & gt;Limited Edition & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt; & quot;Rocket Fire & quot; Red with Black Smoke Vinyl & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Real Gone Music's 2nd Pressing - Previously Out-Of-Print Since 1993 & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Inner Sleeve - Lyrics & amp; Illustrations & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ul & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;selections & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Selections & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side One: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Fix My Heart & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Moonbeam Rider & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Le Pont Noir & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;The Nile Song & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;The Lost Machine & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Time Warp & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side Two: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Jack Luminous & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Wrong-Way Street & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;We Are Not Alone & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;/section & gt;
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Voivod The Outer Limits LP ("Rocket Fire" Red with Black Smoke Vinyl)
The Munsters: Inspired By the TV Characters The Munsters LP (Ghoulish Gray Vinyl)
& lt;header & gt; & lt;p & gt; & lt;strong & gt;Out Of Print! Only a few copies left! & lt;/strong & gt; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;/header & gt; & lt;header & gt; & lt;p & gt; & lt;strong & gt;Limited Edition - 1000 Copies! & lt;br & gt; Rare 1964 Album Reissued On Ghoulish Gray Vinyl LP! & lt;/strong & gt; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;/header & gt; & lt;p & gt;Did you know Herman, Grandpa, Lily, Marilyn and Eddie Munster doubled as a rock and roll band?! Well, despite the subhead on the album proclaiming them as & quot;The Newest Teen-Age Singing Group, & quot; they didn't...but that didn't stop the label execs at Decca Records from trying to cash in on the new CBS hit TV show! Veteran producers Joe Hooven and Hal Winn had the good sense to hire the Wrecking Crew (most notably Glen Campbell and Leon Russell) to play this surf-tinged set of songs, and brought in The Go-Go's (nope, not those Go-Go's, they were just out of diapers...this was a male vocal trio that cut one LP for RCA back in 1964, the same year this record came out) to sing the lyrics to such gems as & quot;You Created a Monster & quot; and & quot;Make It Go Away. & quot; The whole thing is a hoot, and a highly collectible hoot at that--original copies of this album command & quot;monstrous & quot; sums! Aaron Kannowski remastered the reissue, and Real Gone Music has pressed up a limited edition of 1000 copies in & quot;Ghoulish Gray & quot; vinyl...get ready to do the Munster creep this Halloween and beyond! & lt;/p & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;features & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Features & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;ul & gt; & lt;li & gt;Limited Edition - 1000 Copies & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Ghoulish Gray Vinyl & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Music performed by the Wrecking Crew featuring Glen Campbell and Leon Russell & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Vocals by '60s male vocal trio The Go-Go's & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Remastered by Aaron Kannowski & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ul & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;selections & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Selections & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side One: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Munster Creep - Vocal Group With Instrumental Accompaniment & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Frankenstein Had A Hot-Rod Car - Vocal Group With Instrumental Accompaniment & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;$1.98 King Size Voodoo Kit - Vocal Group With Instrumental Accompaniment & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Vampire Vamp - Instrumental & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Herman's Place - Vocal Group With Instrumental Accompaniment & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;(Here Comes The) Munster Coach - Vocal Group With Instrumental Accompaniment & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side Two: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;T.V. Monster Show - Vocal Group With Instrumental Accompaniment & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Eerie Beach - Instrumental & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Make It Go Away - Vocal Group With Instrumental Accompaniment & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;You Created A Monster - Vocal Group With Instrumental Accompaniment & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Ride The Midnight Special - Vocal Group With Instrumental Accompaniment & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Down In The Basement - Instrumental & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;/section & gt;
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The Munsters: Inspired By the TV Characters The Munsters LP (Ghoulish Gray Vinyl)
Chester Thompson Powerhouse LP (Vinyl)
& lt;header & gt; & lt;p & gt; & lt;strong & gt;1971 Debut From Tower Of Power & amp; Santana Organist On Vinyl LP! & lt;br & gt; First-Ever Vinyl Reissue! & lt;/strong & gt; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;/header & gt; & lt;p & gt;With long-standing stints in Tower of Power and Santana, Chester Thompson just might be the most decorated and distinguished keyboardist in all of rock and R & amp;B, let alone of the Bay Area musical scene. It's little wonder that this 1971 album, then, is one of the rarest and most coveted albums on the highly collectible Black Jazz Records label - it's Thompson's debut record, cut a couple of years before he joined Tower of Power, with a smokin' band featuring fellow Black Jazz recording artist Rudolph Johnson on sax along with ace drummer Raymond Pounds (Pharoah Sanders, Stevie Wonder, Pointer Sisters) and trombonist Al Hall (Johnny Hammond, Freddie Hubbard, Eddie Harris). And, yes, Powerhouse comes by its title honestly...it's jazz, all right, but injected with a jolt of electricity courtesy of Thompson's Hammond B-3, and with just four tunes spread out over two sides, it's pretty much a nonstop groove. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;Newly remastered, and with liner notes featuring quotes from fellow Tower of Power member Dave Garibaldi and Bay Area keyboardist Todd Cochran a.k.a. Bayet & amp;#233; that testify as to Chester Thompson's greatness, this is another long-lost triumph from the Black Jazz label. First-ever vinyl reissue! & lt;/p & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;features & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Features & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;ul & gt; & lt;li & gt;Vinyl LP & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;First-ever vinyl reissue & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Remastered by Mike Milchner at SonicVision & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Lacquer cutting by Clint Holley & amp; Dave Polster at Well Made Music & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Liner Notes by Pat Thomas & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ul & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;musicians & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Musicians & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;table & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Chester Thompson & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;organ & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Raymond Pounds & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;drums & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Rudolph Johnson & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;saxophone & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Al Hall & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;trombone & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;/table & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;selections & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Selections & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side One: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Mr. T & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Trip One & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side Two & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Weird Harold & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Power House & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;/section & gt;
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Chester Thompson Powerhouse LP (Vinyl)
Jefferson Airplane Woodstock - Sunday, August 17, 1969 3LP (Violet Vinyl)
& lt;header & gt; & lt;p & gt; & lt;strong & gt;Limited Edition & quot;Vibrating & quot; Violet Vinyl 3LP Set! & lt;br & gt; Complete Woodstock Performance! & lt;/strong & gt; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;/header & gt; & lt;p & gt;At the muddy miracle that was Woodstock, the most miraculous performance just might have been Jefferson Airplane's. The band had been one of the first to sign on for the festival, their imprimatur prompting many other acts to hop on board, and their stature had landed them a coveted headlining slot closing Saturday night's schedule. But, as the torrential downpours and the unexpected crush of half a million people kept on delaying their set, the chances of putting on anything approaching a quality performance seemed to diminish. According to Paul Kantner, & quot;We were supposed to go on at 10:30 at night and we'd been up and down about four or five times on acid that night, getting ready to go on, and then everything was delayed for whatever reasons. So, we didn't get on until like 7:00 the next morning and everybody was pretty much burned out. & quot; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;Kantner's protestations to the contrary, the Airplane (with guest pianist Nicky Hopkins in tow) played a scorching two-hour set that defied the elements and the circumstances. Grace Slick led the charge as the band plunged into a frenetic version of Fred Neil's & quot;The Other Side of This Life & quot;: & quot;Alright, friends, you have seen the heavy groups. Now you will see morning maniac music. Believe me, yeah. It's a new dawn! & quot; What followed was an adventuresome (and surprisingly tight) set that not only featured the band's big hits like & quot;White Rabbit & quot; and & quot;Somebody to Love & quot; but also premiered songs from the Volunteers album that was still three months away from being released, including a 21-minute version of & quot;Wooden Ships! & quot; Indeed, about the only members of the crew who weren't up to snuff were the ones filming the concert documentary, which explains why the Airplane is not one of the acts that commonly come to mind when thinking about Woodstock; they didn't appear in the film due to subpar footage, and only one of their songs ( & quot;Volunteers & quot;) was included the chart-topping 3-LP Woodstock release. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt; Now, Real Gone Music is proud to present Jefferson Airplane's complete Woodstock performance. The 3-LP set comes inside a gorgeous, double-gatefold jacket sporting photos of the band at Woodstock, most of them taken by the legendary Henry Diltz; liner notes by folk-rock guru Richie Unterberger complete the package. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt; Pressed on limited edition & quot;vibrating & quot; violet vinyl in honor of Grace Slick's comment on stage that & quot;Everyone's vibrating, & quot; this release makes a convincing claim that Jefferson Airplane's Woodstock performance ranks right up there with those of Jimi, Sly, and Santana as a festival highlight. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;features & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Features & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;ul & gt; & lt;li & gt;Limited Edition & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Pressed on & quot;Vibrating & quot; Violet Vinyl & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;3LP Set & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Complete set at Woodstock & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Double gatefold jacket with photos of the band at Woodstock & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Liner notes by Richie Unterberger & lt;/li & gt; & lt;!--More features go here in & lt;li & gt; tags-- & gt; & lt;/ul & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;selections & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Selections & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side 1: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Introduction & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;The Other Side Of This Life & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Somebody To Love & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;3/5 Of A Mile In 10 Seconds & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side 2: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Eskimo Blue Day & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Plastic Fantastic Lover & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side 3: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Wooden Ships & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side 4: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Uncle Sam Blues & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Volunteers & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side 5: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;The Ballad Of You & amp; Me & amp; Pooneil & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side 6: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Come Back Baby & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;White Rabbit & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;The House At Pooneil Corners & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;p & gt;Recorded live at The Woodstock Music & amp; Art Fair, August 17, 1969 & lt;/p & gt; & lt;/section & gt;
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Jefferson Airplane Woodstock - Sunday, August 17, 1969 3LP (Violet Vinyl)
Artillery By Inheritance LP (Blue with Red Splatter Vinyl)
& lt;header & gt; & lt;p & gt; & lt;strong & gt;1990 Danish Thrash Metal Classic On Blue With Red Splatter Vinyl LP! & lt;br & gt; First Time On Vinyl In The U.S.! & lt;/strong & gt; & lt;/header & gt; & lt;p & gt;Danish thrash metal? Hell, yes! In fact, Artillery was one of the pioneers in the genre. And this 1990 album, their third and last before an eight-year hiatus, is considered a classic, inspired in part by a trip to Tashkent in what was then the U.S.S.R. (now Uzbekistan). Features the brothers St & amp;#252;tzer, Michael and the late Morten, on guitars, with Flemming R & amp;#248;nsdorf on vocals, Peter Thorslund on bass, and Carsten Nielsen on drums. Don't miss their cover of Nazareth's & quot;Razamanaz & quot;! U.S. vinyl debut featuring jacket and inner sleeve with lyrics. Blue with red splatter vinyl pressing. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;blockquote cite= & quot;www.allmusic.com & quot; & gt; ...Artillery's third album frequently sounds like their finest hour, as much for boasting some of the most distinctive and imaginative songs of their career as for incorporating textural variety at a time when many of the Danish quintet's contemporaries were wallowing in stagnation. & lt;footer & gt; -Eduardo Rivadavia, AllMusic.com, 4.5/5 stars & lt;/footer & gt; & lt;/blockquote & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;features & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Features & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;ul & gt; & lt;li & gt;Blue with Red Splatter Vinyl & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;First Time on Vinyl in the U.S. & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Inner Sleeve with Lyrics & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ul & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;selections & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Selections & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side 1: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;7:00 From Tashkent & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Khomaniac & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Beneath The Clay (R.I.P.) & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;By Inheritance & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Bombfood & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side 2: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Don't Believe & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Life In Bondage & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Equal At First & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Razamanaz & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Back In The Trash & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;/section & gt;
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Artillery By Inheritance LP (Blue with Red Splatter Vinyl)
Tim Buckley The Dream Belongs To Me: Rare & Unreleased Recordings - 1968/1973 2LP (Greenish Gold Vinyl)
& lt;header & gt; & lt;p & gt; & lt;strong & gt;Limited Edition - 1000 Copies! & lt;br & gt;Greenish Gold Vinyl Double LP! & lt;br & gt; Demos For Happy Sad & amp; Sefronia - Never Before On Vinyl! & lt;/strong & gt; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;/header & gt; & lt;p & gt;Of all the singer-songwriters to emerge from the '60s, Tim Buckley was the most difficult to pigeonhole. Was his music folk? Rock? Jazz? Even R & amp;B? The answer was, of course, that it was all of those things. Add to that an impossible-to-pin-down persona, and a lyrical bent that swung wildly from the poetic to the profane, and one can understand why Buckley continues to fascinate today, some 45 years after his passing. Indeed, it takes all four sides of this 2-LP set to capture the many facets of Tim Buckley on display here; the first six tracks were recorded in New York and Hollywood in March and June of 1968, between the releases of Goodbye and Hello and Happy Sad, while the remaining eight tracks are from a Sefronia demo session recorded February 12, 1973. The Dream Belongs to Me features some of Buckley's most cherished songs ( & quot;Song to the Siren, & quot; & quot;Buzzin' Fly & quot;), some of his most unappreciated ( & quot;Sefronia, & quot; & quot;Honey Man & quot;), and others that until this release were completely unknown ( & quot;The Dream Belongs to Me, & quot; & quot;Falling Timber & quot;). Offering a preview of songs that later surfaced on such fantastically progressive albums as Happy Sad, Blue Afternoon, and Starsailor as well as on his last two albums, Sefronia and Look at the Fool, The Dream Belongs to Me presents a fascinating peek into the artist's creative process, and it appears here for the first time on LP, in a limited greenish gold vinyl pressing (complete with liner notes and rare photos of Buckley) limited to 1000 copies! & lt;/p & gt; & lt;blockquote cite= & quot;www.pastemagazine.com & quot; & gt; Backed up by percussion, electric guitar, and vibraphone, 'Happy Time' and 'Ashbury Park' burn like sweet incense, and an early version of his classic 'Song To The Siren' is, even in its nascent form, touched by magic. & lt;footer & gt; -Robert Ham, Paste Magazine & lt;/footer & gt; & lt;/blockquote & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;features & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Features & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;ul & gt; & lt;li & gt;Limited Edition - 1000 copies & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Greenish Gold Vinyl & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Double LP & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Demos for 'Happy Sad' & amp; 'Sefronia & quot; & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;First time on vinyl & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Gatefold jacket & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ul & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;selections & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Selections & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Record One - 1968 Recordings & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;h5 & gt;Side One: & lt;/h5 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Song To The Siren & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Sing A Song For You & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Ashbury Park & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h5 & gt;Side Two: & lt;/h5 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Danang & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Happy Time & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Buzzin' Fly & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Record Two- 1973 Recordings & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;h5 & gt;Side One: & lt;/h5 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Sefronia & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Because Of You & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;The Dream Belongs To Me & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Falling Timber & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h5 & gt;Side Two: & lt;/h5 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Stone In Love & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Freeway Dixieland Rocketship Blues & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Honey Man & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Quicksand & lt;/li & gt; & lt;!--More tracks go here in & lt;li & gt; tags-- & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;/section & gt;
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Tim Buckley The Dream Belongs To Me: Rare & Unreleased Recordings - 1968/1973 2LP (Greenish Gold Vinyl)
Eddie Hazel Game, Dames And Guitar Thangs LP (Electric Blue Vinyl)
& lt;header & gt; & lt;p & gt;Coming December 2021 pre-order your copy today! Orders with both pre-order and in stock items will have all in stock items shipped immediately! & lt;/p & gt; & lt;/header & gt; & lt;header & gt; & lt;p & gt; & lt;strong & gt;Incendiary 1977 Solo Album From Parliament/Funkadelic Guitarist On Electric Blue Vinyl LP! & lt;br & gt; First Time Pressed On Color Vinyl! & lt;/strong & gt; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;/header & gt; & lt;p & gt;If your circle of friends includes any guitar players, take this little test. Ask them if they are familiar with Eddie Hazel's Game, Dames and Guitar Thangs. Chances are their eyes will widen, followed by an exclamation of something like & quot;I thought I was the only one who knew about that record! & quot; Indeed, knowledge of this relatively obscure album is something of a secret handshake among axe men, because the guitar work on it is flat-out incredible. But then, you had to be a bad mutha to be in a band with George Clinton, Bootsy Collins, Bernie Worrell and the rest of the Parliament/Funkadelic mothership, and that's where a 17-year-old Eddie Hazel found himself in 1967, as the new guitar player in the Parliaments. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;Over the next ten years, Hazel would become an instrumental mainstay in PFunk, most notably on Fender Strat showcases like & quot;Maggot Brain & quot; and & quot;Dollar Bill, & quot; which he co-wrote. By the time he recorded this album in 1977, however, Hazel was out of the band, beset by personal problems that led to his premature demise in 1992 and which also explain at least in part why this album never reached commercial lift-off. All of the aforementioned PFunk notables are here, along with the Brides of Funkenstein on vocals, but this is Eddie's show, as he lets loose with one coruscating, psychedelic funk lead after another over a mixture of George Clinton-penned originals and covers of & quot;California Dreamin' & quot; and & quot;I Want You (She's So Heavy). & quot; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;blockquote cite= & quot;www.allmusic.com & quot; & gt; Thankfully, this lost classic is available again, putting some spotlight back on a pioneering and under-recognized guitar great. & lt;footer & gt; -Sean Westergaard, AllMusic.com, 4/5 stars & lt;/footer & gt; & lt;/blockquote & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;features & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Features & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;ul & gt; & lt;li & gt;Electric Blue Vinyl & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;First time on colored vinyl & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Produced by George Clinton & amp; Eddie Hazel & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ul & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;selections & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Selections & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side One: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;California Dreamin' & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Frantic Moment & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;So Goes The Story & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side Two: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;I Want You (She's So Heavy) & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Physical Love & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;What About It? & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;California Dreamin' (Reprise) & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;/section & gt;
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Eddie Hazel Game, Dames And Guitar Thangs LP (Electric Blue Vinyl)
Allen Ginsberg Reads Kaddish: A 20th Century American Ecstatic Narrative Poem LP (Red Vinyl)
& lt;font color= & quot;#FF0000 & quot; & gt; & lt;b & gt;Limited Edition - 1700 Copies! & lt;br & gt; Red Vinyl LP! & lt;/b & gt; & lt;/font & gt; & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; Along with Howl, Kaddish stands as one of Allen Ginsberg’s most illustrious creations. Always a follower of popular trends in music, Ginsberg had spent parts of 1958 digging into Ray Charles’ “I Got A Woman” – occasionally doing so while on morphine and methamphetamine. One evening, in this drug-induced state while cranking some Ray, Ginsberg began discussing his mother Naomi with his pal Zev Putterman. Putterman in turn, began reciting the traditional Hebrew “Kaddish” prayer for mourning the dead. Soon after, fueled by Dexedrine, LSD, and caffeine, Allen penned the majority of Kaddish. In early 1959, Kaddish received its debut performance at a poetry reading at Columbia University – in which Allen shared the bill with his lover Peter Orlovsky and fellow beat poet Gregory Corso. & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; Over time, the manuscript was tweaked and adjusted until publication in April 1961 by City Lights. Then, in November 1964, with Orlovsky and Corso in tow, the trio performed several gigs at Harvard and Brandeis universities, and it was at Brandeis where this recording was made. Released in 1966, Kaddish turned out to be the only record in Atlantic’s spoken-word Verbum series; but if label head Jerry Wexler changed his mind about the imprint, he remained a big fan of the work, later telling Los Angeles historian Harvey Kubernik that Kaddish had stirred “the Yiddish currents in my own blood” and inspired “joy and anguish…the exaltation that great poetry will bring on.” Indeed, Kaddish is an intensely personal and moving work, capturing the complex relationship between Ginsberg, his mother, and his faith, and concluding with a heart-rending description of her death. Real Gone Music is very proud to present the first-ever vinyl reissue of this landmark performance, in its original gatefold packaging with an added inner sleeve featuring new liner notes by Pat Thomas and memorabilia provided by the Allen Ginsberg estate…over an hour of one of the towering figures in American poetry reading one of his greatest works. Limited edition of 1700 in red vinyl! & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; & lt;b & gt;Features: & lt;/b & gt; & lt;br & gt; • Limited Edition - 1700 Copies & lt;br & gt; • Red Vinyl & lt;br & gt; • Original 1966 Release & lt;br & gt; • Added Liner Notes by Pat Thomas & lt;br & gt; • Vintage Memorabilia & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; & lt;b & gt;Selections: & lt;br & gt; Side A: & lt;/b & gt; & lt;br & gt; Kaddish Part 1 & lt;br & gt; & lt;b & gt;Side B: & lt;/b & gt; & lt;br & gt; Kaddish Part 2
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Allen Ginsberg Reads Kaddish: A 20th Century American Ecstatic Narrative Poem LP (Red Vinyl)
Booker T. & The MG's The Complete Stax Singles Vol. 2 (1968-1974) 2LP (Red Vinyl)
& lt;header & gt; & lt;p & gt; & lt;strong & gt;20 Single Sides Recorded For Stax On Red Vinyl Double LP! & lt;br & gt; 15 Tracks In Mono & amp; 5 Tracks In Stereo! & lt;/strong & gt; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;/header & gt; & lt;p & gt;The house band at Stax, Booker T. & amp; The MG's were so good, so tight, that each member - guitarist Steve Cropper, bassist Donald & quot;Duck & quot; Dunn, drummer Al Jackson, Jr., and keyboardist/bandleader Booker T. Jones - is a legend in his own right. Playing behind such superstars as Otis Redding, Carla Thomas, and Wilson Pickett, the group forever defined the sound of Southern soul. And on their own - man, they just couldn't be topped, with a total of 12 Pop and 15 R & amp;B hits during their unparalleled tenure at Stax. That's why they are the greatest instrumental R & amp;B band of all time...and, not incidentally, a potent symbol of racial integration and harmony from a time when such diverse outfits were rare. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;Real Gone Music already brought you 29 of the 49 single sides The MG's recorded for Stax on The Complete Stax Singles Vol. 1; now they're back with the other 20, assembled - for the first time ever! - after a painstaking search for the best sources available, and, like on all of the RGM singles collections, carefully vetted (by engineer Aaron Kannowski) to ensure that the versions you're hearing are exactly what disc jockeys were spinning off their 7-inch singles on to the airwaves back in the day. In this case, that means the first 15 songs on this 2-LP set are in mono, the last 5 stereo, all discographically documented in meticulous fashion by liner note writer Ed Osborne, whose essay maps every move Booker T. & amp; The MG's made during the late '60s through the early '70s and beyond. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;But most of all, The Complete Stax Singles Vol. 2 (1968-1974) is one incredible listen, featuring such classic songs as & quot;Time Is Tight & quot;, & quot;Soul-Limbo & quot;, & quot;Melting Pot & quot;, their versions of Domenic Frontiere's & quot;Hang 'Em High & quot;, The Beatles' & quot;Something & quot; and Simon & amp; Garfunkel's & quot;Mrs. Robinson & quot;, a bunch of hard-to-find B-sides, and more, all played by basically the best band that ever lived! & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;This 2-LP set, pressed on red vinyl and housed inside a gatefold jacket, contains some of the greatest and grooviest R & amp;B instrumentals ever recorded. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;blockquote cite= & quot;www.pastemagazine.com & quot; & gt; A question that often gets debated by my fellow vinyl collectors is: What records would you buy for someone who was starting their journey as a music fan? What essentials would be in their starting kit? My answer has changed and evolved over the years, and today, I think it would include both of these double LP collections of all the singles Stax Records released by their incredible house band Booker T. & amp; the M.G.'s. This is the evolution of soul and R & amp;B music through the '60s spread across eight sides of vinyl, with the lean sound of early singles like 'Green Onions' and 'Soul Dressing' giving way to the shaggy influences of psychedelic rock, folk and the greasy music of the Muscle Shoals crew on later cuts like 'Sugarcane' and their cover of 'Something.' The M.G.'s absorbed them all and made them their own with style and hip-swinging joy. & lt;footer & gt; -Robert Ham, Paste Magazine & lt;/footer & gt; & lt;/blockquote & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;features & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Features & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;ul & gt; & lt;li & gt;Double LP & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Red Vinyl & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;20 single sides recorded for Stax & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;First 15 tracks in Mono & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Last 5 tracks in Stereo & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Carefully vetted by engineer Aaron Kannowski & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Detailed notes & amp; discography information by Ed Osborne & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Gatefold jacket & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ul & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;selections & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Selections & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side One: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Soul-Limbo & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Heads Or Tails & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Hang 'Em High & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Over Easy & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Time Is Tight & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side Two: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Johnny, I Love You & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Mrs. Robinson & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Soul Clap '69 & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Slum Baby & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Meditation & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side Three: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Something & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Sunday Sermon & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Melting Pot & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Kinda Easy Like & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Jamaica This Morning & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side Four: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Fuquawi & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Sugarcane & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Blackside & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Neckbone & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Breezy & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;/section & gt;
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Booker T. & The MG's The Complete Stax Singles Vol. 2 (1968-1974) 2LP (Red Vinyl)
Airto Seeds On The Ground - The Natural Sounds Of Airto LP (Ocean Blue Vinyl)
& lt;header & gt; & lt;p & gt; & lt;strong & gt;Psychedelic Brazilian Folk Meets Fusion Jazz On This Utterly Unique 1971 Album! & lt;br & gt; Featuring Flora Purim, Hermeto Pascoal & amp; Ron Carter! & lt;br & gt; Limited Edition Ocean Blue Vinyl - 1000 Copies! & lt;/strong & gt; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;/header & gt; & lt;p & gt;Airto's second album, and second and last release for the Buddah label, brought back largely the same crew that appeared on his debut record Natural Feelings (also reissued by Real Gone): vocalist (and wife) Flora Purim, composer and multi-instrumentalist Hermeto Pascoal, and bassist Ron Carter, with contributions from Dom Um Ram & amp;#227;o (who later replaced Airto in Weather Report) and Severino De Oliveira a.k.a. Sivuca. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;Given Airto's connections to Miles Davis, Weather Report, and Return to Forever, Seeds on the Ground could easily get lumped into the jazz fusion category. But that would be a mistake. This totally unclassifiable (and, by the way, exceedingly rare) album was no mere blend of rock and jazz influences. Instead, Seeds on the Ground was truly a fusion, an ecstatic melding of bossa nova, psychedelic rock, Brazilian folk, Latin jazz, free jazz, and what is called nowadays & quot;world music. & quot; If that sounds a bit calculated or intimidating, it's not; what makes this album so compelling is how organic and intimate it all sounds. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;Airto played with probably the three most legendary fusion groups in jazz history, and later released a bunch of albums, many for the CTI label. But it would be hard not to label this beautiful record as his crowning achievement. This proud Real Gone reissue features the original gatefold cover art, and comes in an ocean blue vinyl pressing limited to 1,000 copies. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;features & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Features & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;ul & gt; & lt;li & gt;Limited Edition -1000 Copies & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Ocean Blue Vinyl & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Original gatefold cover art & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ul & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;selections & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Selections & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side One: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Andei (I Walked) & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;O Sonho (Moon Dreams) & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Uri (Wind) & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Papa Furado (Jive Talking) & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side Two: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Juntos (We Love) & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;O Galho Da Roseira (The Branches Of The Rose Tree) & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;O Galho Da Roseira (The Branches Of The Rose Tree) (Part II) & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;/section & gt;
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Airto Seeds On The Ground - The Natural Sounds Of Airto LP (Ocean Blue Vinyl)
Tiny Tim God Bless Tiny Tim LP (Tulip Yellow Vinyl)
& lt;header & gt; & lt;p & gt; & lt;strong & gt;Out Of Print! Only a few copies left! & lt;/strong & gt; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;/header & gt; & lt;header & gt; & lt;p & gt; & lt;strong & gt;Limited Edition & quot;Tulip & quot; Yellow Vinyl LP! & lt;br & gt; Only 700 Copies! & lt;/strong & gt; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;/header & gt; & lt;p & gt;If you think, based on & quot;Tiptoe Thru' The Tulips With Me & quot; and his nationally televised marriage to Miss Vicki on The Tonight Show, that Tiny Tim was a mere novelty act, think again. Behind that ukulele, pasty white make-up, falsetto, and prominent proboscis was a serious scholar of American music, perhaps the only performer of the '60s (and certainly the only performer of his age group) keeping the torch alive for songs from vaudeville and Tin Pan Alley. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;Tim (born Herbert Buckingham Khaury) also was blessed with a stupendous vocal range, from baritone to his trademark falsetto, and was adept on not just ukulele but guitar, mandolin and violin. Even with all that talent, though, had Tiny Tim just made a straight '20s trad jazz/pop/folk album for his debut record, God Bless Tiny Tim would not be the stone-cold cult classic it is today. But the album married Tim's innate eccentricity with stupendously lush production from Richard Perry, who was fresh from working on Captain Beefheart's debut, Safe As Milk, and would go on to produce everybody from Diana Ross to Rod Stewart. With Perry's production, and Artie Butler's arrangements, God Bless Tiny Tim featured an incredible assortment of instruments, from didgeridoo to koto to celeste to tympani, with nary a ukulele to be found on many of the tracks. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;Furthermore, the album was sprinkled with some of the psychedelic fairy dust that was in the air at the time (1968), full of non sequiturs both verbal and musical (like the cover of Sonny Bono's & quot;I Got You Babe & quot;). The result: an album that stands outside of time, defying categorization or description. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;Now, Real Gone Music is releasing God Bless Tiny Tim on LP in an oh-so-appropriate yellow & quot;tulip & quot; vinyl edition limited to 700 copies. This record belongs in any serious - or not-so-serious! - record collection. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;blockquote cite= & quot;www.allmusic.com & quot; & gt; Then as now, Tiny Tim's falsetto is something of an acquired taste, and his willingness to play on an emotionally broad stage pushes numbers like 'Daddy, Daddy, What Is Heaven Like' into the saccharine red zone, but between Perry's quite lovely pop instincts and Tim's passionate and skillful vocal delivery (his 'normal' voice is far stronger than those who only know 'Tip-Toe Through the Tulips' would expect), this album is a one-of-a-kind treasure, and that rare long-player from a 'one-hit wonder' that has far more to offer than just the single. & quot; & lt;footer & gt; -Mark Deming, AllMusic & lt;/footer & gt; & lt;/blockquote & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;features & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Features & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;ul & gt; & lt;li & gt;Limited Edition - 700 Copies & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt; & quot;Tulip & quot; Yellow Color Vinyl & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ul & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;selections & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Selections & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side One: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Welcome To My Dream & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Tip-Toe Thru' The Tulips With Me & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Livin' In The Sunlight, Lovin' In The Moonlight & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;On The Old Front Porch & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;The Viper & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Stay Down Here Where You Belong & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Then I'd Be Satisfied With Life & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Strawberry Tea & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side Two: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;The Other Side & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Ever Since You Told Me That You Love Me (I'm A Nut) & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Daddy, Daddy, What Is Heaven Like? & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;The Coming Home Party & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Fill Your Heart & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;I Got You, Babe & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;This Is All I Ask & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;/section & gt;
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Tiny Tim God Bless Tiny Tim LP (Tulip Yellow Vinyl)
Walter Bishop Jr. Coral Keys LP (Vinyl)
& lt;header & gt; & lt;p & gt; & lt;strong & gt;1971 Album Remastered On Vinyl LP! & lt;br & gt; Featuring Harold Vick, Woody Shaw, Reggie Johnson & amp; Idris Muhammad! & lt;/strong & gt; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;/header & gt; & lt;p & gt;The first release on Black Jazz was by pianist and label producer Gene Russell; for the label's second release, Russell chose another piano man of impeccable taste, Walter Bishop, Jr. But while much of Russell's record consisted of songs composed by others, Bishop's record features all originals, most notably & quot;Soul Turn Around & quot;, a groover that also turned up on Freddie Hubbard's 1969 LP A Soul Experiment. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;Bishop had helmed several releases before this one, including dates with John Coltrane bassist Jimmy Garrison and Miles Davis drummer Jimmy Cobb among others, so it's not surprising he assembled a heavy hitting line-up for Coral Keys, including & lt;strong & gt;Woody Shaw & lt;/strong & gt; on trumpet, & lt;strong & gt;Reggie Johnson & lt;/strong & gt; on bass, & lt;strong & gt;Idris Muhammad & lt;/strong & gt; on drums, and & lt;strong & gt;Harold Vick & lt;/strong & gt; on flute, tenor, and soprano sax. Think Herbie Hancock's '60s Blue Note recordings gently polished with a soul jazz sheen; this is some tasty stuff that's been hard to find for way too long. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;Remastered by Mike Milchner at Sonic Vision, this long-awaited release includes notes by Pat Thomas, author of Listen, Whitey! The Sights and Sounds of Black Power 1965-1975, which place both the Black Jazz label and this album in a broader musical and societal context. Produced for reissue by Real Gone Music's own Gordon Anderson and decorated jazz archivist Zev Feldman. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;blockquote cite= & quot;pastemagazine.com & quot; & gt; On Coral Keys, pianist Walter Bishop Jr. found a space where modal jazz and soul-funk could co-exist with the help of brilliant accomplices like drummer Idris Muhammad and versatile woodwind player Harold Vick. & lt;footer & gt; -Robert Ham, Paste Magazine & lt;/footer & gt; & lt;/blockquote & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;features & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Features & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;ul & gt; & lt;li & gt;Vinyl LP & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Remastered by Mike Milchner at SonicVision & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Lacquer cutting by Clint Holley and Dave Polster at Well Made Music & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Pressed at Gotta Groove Records & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Liner notes by Pat Thomas & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ul & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;musicians & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Musicians & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;table & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Walter Bishop, Jr. & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;piano & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Harold Vick & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;tenor and soprano sax, flute & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Woody Shaw & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;trumpet & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Reggie Johnson & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;bass & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Idris Muhammad & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;drums & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Alan Shwaetz Benger & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;drums & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;/table & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;selections & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Selections & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side 1: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Coral Keys & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Waltz For Zweetie & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Track Down & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Soul Turn Around & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side 2: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Our November & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Three Loves & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Freedom Suite & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;/section & gt;
Real Gone Music
Walter Bishop Jr. Coral Keys LP (Vinyl)
Cleveland Eaton Plenty Good Eaton LP (Vinyl)
& lt;header & gt; & lt;p & gt; & lt;strong & gt;1975 Soul-Jazz-Funk Classic Remastered On Vinyl LP! & lt;/strong & gt; & lt;br & gt; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;/header & gt; & lt;p & gt;The jazz world lost a true legend when bassist Cleveland Eaton passed away in the Summer of 2020. This 1975 album, one of the real gems in the hallowed Black Jazz label catalog, takes the full measure of the man. Cleve recorded Plenty Good Eaton right after he left & lt;strong & gt;Ramsey Lewis's band & lt;/strong & gt;, with whom he recorded a grand total of 17 (!) different albums for such labels as Argo, Cadet and Columbia, including the hit records Wade in the Water, Another Voyage, and Sun Goddess. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;Then, starting in 1980, Eaton spent a dozen years with & lt;strong & gt;Count Basie's band & lt;/strong & gt;, and if you can imagine some blend of Lewis's soul-funk with Basie's hard-driving swing, you might just begin to grasp what's on the menu of Plenty Good Eaton (the album graphics actually present the credits and songs as if they were menu entrees). This truly is fusion cuisine, and it's (sorry) cookin', too, ranging from the Blaxploitation soundtrack stylings of & quot;Keena, & quot; & quot;All Your Lover All Day All Night, & quot; and & quot;Hamburg 302, & quot; all of which incorporate disco-style strings into funky soul-jazz vamps, to the almost trad-jazz of & quot;Kaiser 405, & quot; to the Philly soul of & quot;Are You Out There Somewhere Caring, & quot; to the out-and-out party anthem & quot;Moe Let's Have a Party. & quot; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;The cooks in the kitchen are first-rate, too, including such Chess-label stalwarts as keyboardist & lt;strong & gt;Odell Brown & lt;/strong & gt; and percussionist & lt;strong & gt;Morris Jennings & lt;/strong & gt; and fellow Black Jazz label artists & lt;strong & gt;Steve Galloway & lt;/strong & gt; and & lt;strong & gt;Ari Brown of The Awakening & lt;/strong & gt;. This long-awaited and timely reissue of Plenty Good Eaton features & lt;strong & gt;a fresh remastering by Mike Milchner of SonicVision & lt;/strong & gt;, plus notes by Pat Thomas that include remembrances from Cleve's widow Myra and long-time friend Lee Shook. A musical meal not to miss! & lt;/p & gt; & lt;blockquote cite= & quot;www.pastemagazine.com & quot; & gt; A 1975 recording of soulful originals that pushes his bass playing to the front of the line and lets the rest of the instrumentalists jostle one another in the background. & lt;footer & gt; -Robert Ham, Paste Magazine & lt;/footer & gt; & lt;/blockquote & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;features & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Features & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;ul & gt; & lt;li & gt;Vinyl LP & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Remastered By Mike Milchner at SonicVision & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Lacquer cutting by Clint Holley & amp; Dave Polster at Well Made Music & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Liner notes by Pat Thomas & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ul & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;musicians & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Musicians & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;table & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Ed Green & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;violin, viola & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Artee & quot;Duke & quot; Payne & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;tenor, flute & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;John Watson & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;trombone & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Ernest Johnson & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;guitar & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Kenneth Prince & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;elec. piano & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Morris Jennings & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;percussion & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Cleveland Eaton & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;acoustic bass, electric bass, vocals & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Odell Brown & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;organ, elec. piano & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Arie Brown & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;tenor & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Edwin Daugherty & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;tenor, flute & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Derf Raheen & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;congas, flute & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Bobby Christian & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;vibes & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Steve Galloway & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;bass trombone & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;/table & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;selections & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Selections & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side One: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Chi-Town Theme & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Keena & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Moe, Let's Have a Party & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Are You Out There Somewhere Caring & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side Two: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Kaiser 405 & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;All Your Lover, All Day, All Night & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Hamburg 302 & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;/section & gt;
Real Gone Music
Cleveland Eaton Plenty Good Eaton LP (Vinyl)
Henry Franklin The Skipper LP (Vinyl)
& lt;header & gt; & lt;p & gt; & lt;strong & gt;1973 Debut From Virtuoso Bassist On Vinyl LP! & lt;br & gt; Remastered By Mike Milchner At SonicVision! & lt;br & gt; First-Ever LP Reissue! & lt;/strong & gt; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;/header & gt; & lt;p & gt;Though it's hard to pick a winner among the estimable Black Jazz catalog, this 1972 release from bassist Henry & quot;The Skipper & quot; Franklin would have to be near the top of the list. Franklin got his start woodshedding with Latin maverick Willie Bobo in the mid-'60s and went on to play with The Three Sounds, but probably his most notable gig prior to this debut album was his stint in Hugh Masekela's band (that's Franklin playing bass with Masekela at the 1967 Monterey Pop Festival). & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;For The Skipper, Franklin assembled a crack outfit that included a horn section of trumpeter/flugelhornist Oscar Brashear (Bobby Hutcherson, Ry Cooder, Donny Hathaway) and tenor & amp; soprano sax man Charles Owens (Buddy Rich, Horace Tapscott, John Mayall) along with a Masekela bandmate in electric pianist Bill Henderson and ace drummer Michael Carvin (Pharoah Sanders, Lonnie Liston Smith, Freddie Hubbard). & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;This is such a unique, organic recording that it's hard to make comparisons; definitely a little fusion, a little '60s Blue Note feel, and the usual Black Jazz journey to the more lyrical, pop-inspired ( & quot;Little Miss Laurie & quot;) and funk-infused ( & quot;Plastic Creek Stomp & quot;) sides of jazz, but perhaps the best comparison is late-'60s Miles before he went electric. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;In any case, The Skipper is just a joy to listen to from start to finish, beautifully recorded by Black Jazz producer Gene Russell and blessed with some really fine writing, most of it by Franklin himself. Remastered for vinyl by Mike Milchner at Sonic Vision and featuring liner notes by Pat Thomas, this Real Gone release is a first-time LP reissue and a must-have! & lt;/p & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;features & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Features & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;ul & gt; & lt;li & gt;Vinyl LP & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;First Time On Vinyl Since 1973 & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Remastered By Mike Milchner At SonicVision & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Lacquer cutting by Clint Holley & amp; Dave Polster at Well Made Music & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Liner Notes By Pat Thomas & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ul & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;musicians & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Musicians & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;table & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Henry Franklin (Nyimbo) & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt; leader, Fender and upright bass & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Bill Henderson (Umoya Kemang Sunduza) & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;electric piano & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Mike Carvin (Tabo) & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;drums & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Oscar Brashear (Che-Chi) & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;trumpet, flugelhorn & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Charles Owens & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;tenor and soprano saxophones & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Kenny Climax & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;guitar, electric tub & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Fred Lido & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;percussion & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Tip Jones & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;percussion & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;/table & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;selections & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Selections & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side 1: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Outbreak & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Plastic Creek Stomp & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Theme For JoJo & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side 2: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol start = & quot;4 & quot; & gt; & lt;li & gt;Beauty And The Electric Tub & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Little Miss Laurie & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;The Skipper & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;/section & gt;
Real Gone Music
Henry Franklin The Skipper LP (Vinyl)
Clint Eastwood Rawhide's Clint Eastwood Sings Cowboy Favorites Mono LP (Red Vinyl)
& lt;header & gt; & lt;p & gt; & lt;strong & gt;Out Of Print! Only a few copies left! & lt;/strong & gt; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;/header & gt; & lt;header & gt; & lt;p & gt; & lt;strong & gt;90th Birthday Limited Edition Red Vinyl - 500 Copies! & lt;/strong & gt; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;/header & gt; & lt;p & gt;Clint Eastwood? That Clint Eastwood? Well, sure...Clint has demonstrated a deep love and aptitude for music as both an actor and a director (e.g. Play Misty for Me; Bird) during his entire career, and here you catch him right at the beginning of it, fresh from his success on the TV series Rawhide, crooning (and quite competently so) a collection of country & amp; western favorites. And since Clint's 90th birthday falls on May 31 this year, Real Gone Music have pressed up 500 copies of the LP in red vinyl as a little birthday present for his fans. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;A little-known side of one of Hollywood's biggest icons, courtesy of Real Gone Music and ABKCO Music and Records...happy birthday, Clint! & lt;/p & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;features & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Features & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;ul & gt; & lt;li & gt;Clint Eastwood 90th Birthday Edition & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Limited To 500 Copies & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Red Vinyl & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Mono & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Made in USA & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ul & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;selections & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Selections & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side 1: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Bouquet Of Roses & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Along The Santa Fe Trail & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;The Last Round Up & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Sierra Nevada & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Mexicali Rose & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Searching For Somewhere & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side 2: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;I'll Love You More & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Tumbling Tumbleweeds & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Twilight On The Trail & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;San Antonio Rose & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Don't Fence Me In & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Are You Satisfied & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;/section & gt;
Real Gone Music
Clint Eastwood Rawhide's Clint Eastwood Sings Cowboy Favorites Mono LP (Red Vinyl)
Something's Gotta Give Soundtrack LP (Sea-Foam Green Vinyl)
& lt;font color= & quot;#FF0000 & quot; & gt; & lt;b & gt;Limited Edition - 1000 Copies! & lt;br & gt; Sea-Foam Green Vinyl LP! & lt;br & gt; First Time On Vinyl! & lt;/b & gt; & lt;/font & gt; & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; Nancy Meyers’ 2003 comedy continued her successful collaboration with & lt;b & gt;Diane Keaton & lt;/b & gt; (e.g. Baby Boom) and was the rare Hollywood film to focus the romantic spotlight on a couple in the autumn of their years, the fifty-something Keaton and the sixty-something Jack Nicholson. Fittingly for a film whose male lead played a wealthy music mogul who only dated women under 30, the accompanying soundtrack was a & lt;b & gt;dazzlingly eclectic and seductive mixtape from an all-star array of international artists & lt;/b & gt;, from & lt;b & gt;Astrud Gilberto & lt;/b & gt; to & lt;b & gt;Eartha Kitt & lt;/b & gt; to & lt;b & gt;Charles Trénet & lt;/b & gt; and & lt;b & gt;The Flamingos & lt;/b & gt;…and culminated in a rendition of & lt;b & gt; & quot;La Vie En Rose & quot; & lt;/b & gt; by none other than & lt;b & gt;Jack Nicholson & lt;/b & gt; himself! & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; Something’s Gotta Give never did come out on LP, and for its & lt;b & gt;maiden vinyl release & lt;/b & gt; Real Gone Music wanted to conjure images of that to-die-for Hamptons beach house inhabited by Keaton’s character—so & lt;b & gt;Sea Foam Green Vinyl it is - limited to 1000 copies. & lt;/b & gt; & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; & lt;b & gt;Features: & lt;/b & gt; & lt;br & gt; • Limited Edition - 1000 Copies & lt;br & gt; • Sea-Foam Green Vinyl LP & lt;br & gt; • First ever LP release & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; & lt;b & gt;Selections: & lt;br & gt; Side One: & lt;/b & gt; & lt;br & gt; 1. La Vie En Rose (Louis Armstrong) & lt;br & gt; 2. I've Got A Crush On You (Steve Tyrell) & lt;br & gt; 3. I Only Have Eyes For You (The Flamingos) & lt;br & gt; 4. So Nice (Summer Samba) [Astrud Gilberto] & lt;br & gt; 5. Remember Me (Heitor Pereira) & lt;br & gt; 6. Samba De Mon Coeur Qui Bat (Coralie Clement) & lt;br & gt; 7. Que Reste-T'Il De Nos Amour (Charles Trenet) & lt;br & gt; & lt;b & gt;Side Two: & lt;/b & gt; & lt;br & gt; 1. Assedic (Les Escrocs) & lt;br & gt; 2. Je Cherche Un Homme (Eartha Kitt) & lt;br & gt; 3. C'est Si Bon (Eartha Kitt) & lt;br & gt; 4. Brazil (Django Reinhardt) & lt;br & gt; 5. Sweet Lorraine (Stephane Grapelli, Isla Eckinger, Ike Isaacs and The Diz Dizley Trio) & lt;br & gt; 6. Love Makes The World Go Round (Deon Jackson) & lt;br & gt; 7. La Vie En Rose (Jack Nicholson)
Real Gone Music
Something's Gotta Give Soundtrack LP (Sea-Foam Green Vinyl)
Ben Folds Live At Myspace 2LP (White Vinyl)
& lt;font color= & quot;#FF0000 & quot; & gt; & lt;b & gt;Long-Lost Live Concert On Double LP! & lt;br & gt; Live-In-The-Studio Performances Never Before Released On CD or LP! & lt;br & gt; Limited Edition White Vinyl - 1200 Copies! & lt;/b & gt; & lt;/font & gt; & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; Remember Myspace? It was the precursor to Facebook, and, for its time, almost as ubiquitous online. By August 2006, Myspace had over a hundred million member accounts, and, in October of that year, it decided to launch its first-ever webcast. The artist chosen for this epochal event? Ben Folds. The hour-long program featured Folds in front of a small audience housed in a custom set built right in Folds' home studio in Tennessee, performing songs from his third and latest solo album, Supersunnyspeedgraphic, as well as a couple of tunes from his previous group, Ben Folds Five. & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; As the first concert offered in real-time by the social networking site, Folds and his band (bassist Jared Reynolds and drummer Lindsay Jamieson) were arguably positioning themselves on the leading edge of entertainment-meets-technology. & quot;Well, it felt like someone was, & quot; Folds says today with a chuckle, & quot;But I didn't think it was me. My fans and people around me were always really computer savvy, and there was a lot of hyping of [the event]. & quot; & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; Now—just like it did with its release of Ben Folds Five: The Complete Sessions at West 54th—Real Gone Music is bringing this superlative show to LP for the first time with its release of Ben Folds: Live at Myspace, a double vinyl package featuring all 12 songs from Folds' Myspace performance along with five bonus tracks from the digital-only iTunes Originals series. Featuring pictures from the Myspace gig and liner notes by Bill Kopp offering Ben Folds' reminiscences about the concert, this is as close as you can get to being there, and the studio-quality sound may just convince you that you are there if you just shut your eyes. Also created for the vinyl release is custom gatefold jacket art, which is being pressed in white vinyl limited to 1200 copies. & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; Though Folds was focused on showcasing his newer material, he happily performed fan favorites in the all-requests Live at Myspace set. The highlight among these is the audience singalong on & quot;Army & quot;, a song originally released on 1999's The Unauthorized Biography of Reinhold Messner. Long-time Folds fans know that the crowd stepping in for the studio album version's brass section is a concert staple, and the Myspace audience does not disappoint with its call-and-response verve. Another highlight of Live at Myspace is a cover of hip-hop giant Dr. Dre's & quot;Bitches Ain't Shit & quot;. Possibly taking advantage of the fact that webcasts aren't subject to the same rules imposed upon American radio stations by the FCC, Folds and his bandmates sink their collective teeth into the rap classic from Dre's 1992 debut album, The Chronic, radically transforming the track—just as Folds had done with the Flaming Lips' & quot;She Don't Use Jelly & quot;—into something wholly unlike its original version. And, the bonus iTunes Originals performances from 2005 are practically a greatest hits encore, featuring the much loved song & quot;Brick & quot;. Another long-awaited addition to the Ben Folds canon! & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; & lt;b & gt;Features: & lt;/b & gt; & lt;br & gt; & amp;bull; Limited Edition - 1000 Copies & lt;br & gt; & amp;bull; White Vinyl & lt;br & gt; & amp;bull; Double LP & lt;br & gt; & amp;bull; First time on vinyl & lt;br & gt; & amp;bull; Includes all 12 songs from the Myspace performance & lt;br & gt; & amp;bull; 5 bonus tracks from the digital-only iTunes Original series & lt;br & gt; & amp;bull; Photos from the Myspace gig & lt;br & gt; & amp;bull; Liner notes by Bill Kopp with exclusive quotes from Ben Folds & lt;br & gt; & amp;bull; Custom gatefold jacket art & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; & lt;b & gt;Selections: & lt;br & gt; Side A: & lt;/b & gt; & lt;br & gt; 1. Opening Theme & lt;br & gt; 2. There's Always Someone Cooler Than You & lt;br & gt; 3. Learn To Live With What You Are & lt;br & gt; 4. Kate & lt;br & gt; 5. Bastard & lt;br & gt; & lt;b & gt;Side B: & lt;/b & gt; & lt;br & gt; 1. Jesusland & lt;br & gt; 2. All U Can Eat & lt;br & gt; 3. I Cross The Line (Performed by Titler) & lt;br & gt; 4. Such Great Heights & lt;br & gt; & lt;b & gt;Side C: & lt;/b & gt; & lt;br & gt; 1. Army & lt;br & gt; 2. Rockin' The Suburbs & lt;br & gt; 3. Bitches Ain't Shit & lt;br & gt; & lt;b & gt;Side D: & lt;/b & gt; & lt;br & gt; Live For iTunes Originals & lt;br & gt; 1. Brick & lt;br & gt; 2. Philosophy & lt;br & gt; 3. Late & lt;br & gt; 4. Alice Childress & lt;br & gt; 5. Landed
Real Gone Music
Ben Folds Live At Myspace 2LP (White Vinyl)
Fountains Of Wayne Welcome Interstate Managers 2LP (Red Vinyl)
& lt;header & gt; & lt;p & gt; & lt;strong & gt;Limited Edition Red Vinyl Double LP! & lt;br & gt; One Of The Greatest Power Pop Albums Of All Time! & lt;br & gt; First Widespread Vinyl Release! & lt;/strong & gt; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;/header & gt; & lt;p & gt;It's the most popular album by one of the greatest power pop bands of all time...and it's never seen a widespread vinyl release. Welcome Interstate Managers was hailed a classic from the day it came out in 2003, and featured Fountains of Wayne's biggest hit with & quot;Stacy's Mom. & quot; The song craft and lyrical wit of Chris Collingwood and the late, great Adam Schlesinger have never been sharper; there's not a bad song on this record and lot of them (e.g. & quot;Bright Future in Sales; & quot; & quot;Hackensack & quot;) rise to the same lofty perch as & quot;Stacy's Mom. & quot; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;Real Gone Music presents this landmark album in a 2-LP set pressed in red vinyl at Gotta Groove Records, and housed inside a gatefold jacket with two printed inner sleeves featuring lyrics. Also included as a bonus track: the non-LP B-side to the & quot;Stacy's Mom & quot; single, & quot;Elevator Up! & quot; One of the 21st century's greatest rock albums. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;features & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Features & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;ul & gt; & lt;li & gt;Limited Edition & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Red Vinyl & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Double LP & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;First widespread vinyl release & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Pressed at Gotta Groove Records & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Gatefold jacket & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;2 printed inner sleeves with lyrics & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Bonus Track & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ul & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;selections & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Selections & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side One: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Mexican Wine & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Bright Future In Sales & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Stacy's Mom & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Hackensack & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;No Better Place & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side Two: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Valley Winter Song & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;All Kinds Of Time & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Little Red Light & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Hey Julie & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side Three: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Halley's Waitress & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Hung Up On You & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Fire Island & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Peace And Love & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side Four: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Bought For A Song & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Supercollider & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Yours And Mine & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Elevator Up (Bonus Track) & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;/section & gt;
Real Gone Music
Fountains Of Wayne Welcome Interstate Managers 2LP (Red Vinyl)
Robbie Basho Songs Of The Great Mystery - The Lost Vanguard Sessions 2LP (Clear Vinyl)
& lt;header & gt; & lt;p & gt; & lt;strong & gt;Cult Acoustic Guitar Virtuoso On Double LP! & lt;br & gt; Never Before Available On Any Physical Format! & lt;br & gt; Pressed On Clear Vinyl - Limited To 1000 Copies! & lt;/strong & gt; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;/header & gt; & lt;p & gt;Robbie Basho was one of the big three American acoustic guitar innovators, John Fahey and Leo Kottke being the other two. Basho was the least commercially successful of the three, but his influence and reputation has steadily grown since his untimely death in 1986 at the age of 45. And with good reason; for Basho's deeply spiritual approach, intellectual rigor and formal explorations (among his goals was the creation of a raga system for American music), present a deeply compelling, multi-faceted artist. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;Basho was actually a college friend of John Fahey, and his early recordings (like Kottke's) were for Fahey's Takoma label. Following Fahey's move to Vanguard, Basho followed suit, and released Voice of the Eagle and Zarthus for the label in 1972 and 1974, respectively (his most commercially successful records were made for the Windham Hill label later in the decade). Flash forward to 2009: Vanguard contacted guitarist (and long-time Basho champion) Glenn Jones with the intriguing news that an unreleased Robbie Basho album session had recently been found, on a tape that, alas, lacked any real documentation. It was only 12 years later, when Jones, in the process of researching the liner notes for this release, discovered the truth: that not just the mysterious tape but both Voice of the Eagle and Zarthus were the result of one marathon session in 1971 or 1972 recorded in New York City by Vanguard staff engineer Jeffrey Zaraya. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;Songs of the Great Mystery - The Lost Vanguard Sessions, then, takes its place as the third of the triumvirat of albums Basho recorded for the label, and it is their equal in every way, exploring, in particular, some of the same Native American themes found on Voice of the Eagle. Some of the tunes showed up on later albums in much different forms; 1978's Visions of the Country featured & quot;A Day in the Life of Lemuria & quot; (re-titled & quot;Leaf in the Wind & quot;) and & quot;Night Way & quot; and & quot;Laughing Thunder, Crawling Thunder & quot; went through various permutations before appearing on 1981's Rainbow Thunder as & quot;Crashing Thunder & quot;. But for Basho fans, the originals will probably steal the show, particularly & quot;Song of the Great Mystery & quot;, which, unlike some of the songs here that showcase Basho's singing and piano-playing, brings to the fore his amazing six-string guitar technique and touch. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;Vanguard briefly put these sessions up digitally when they were located, but Real Gone Music's release represents the first time they have come out in any physical form (and the alternate take of & quot;A Day in the Life of Lemuria & quot;, also discovered by Jones, has never been heard anywhere). Featuring track-by-track annotation, rare photos (including Basho's own handwritten notes found in the tape box), and remastering by Mike Milchner of SonicVision, Songs of the Great Mystery - The Lost Vanguard Sessions is a timely release heralding the release of a new documentary and an upcoming Basho box set. Available on a double-LP set pressed in clear vinyl at Gotta Groove Records, limited to 1000 copies and housed inside a gatefold jacket. A great American artist, finally getting his due! & lt;/p & gt; & lt;blockquote cite= & quot;www.pastemagazine.com & quot; & gt; ...pressed to two pieces of clear wax that allow for better fidelity and a better chance to hear Basho's thundering acoustic guitar work and his trilling vocals that call to mind Melanie or the days when ANOHNI was known as Antony Hegarty. A good chunk of this material was re-worked for later Basho releases, but it is still exciting to hear them in their nascent form. And the previously unheard work here are little treasures. & lt;footer & gt; -Robert Ham, Paste Magazine & lt;/footer & gt; & lt;/blockquote & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;features & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Features & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;ul & gt; & lt;li & gt;Limited Edition - 1000 copies & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Clear Vinyl & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Double LP & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Remastered by Mike Milchner at SonicVision & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Pressed at Gotta Groove Records & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Gatefold jacket & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Notes by Glenn Jones including track-by-track commentary & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Rare photos & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;First physical release of any kind & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Never-before-heard alternate take of & quot;A Day In the Life Of Lemuria & quot; & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;selections & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Selections & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side One: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;A Day In The Life Of Lemuria & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Night Way & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;The Butterfly Of Wonder & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side Two: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Laughing Thunder, Crawling Thunder & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Thunder Sun & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side Three: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Kateri Tekakwitha & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Thunder Love & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side Four: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Song Of The Great Mystery & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Death Song & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;A Day In The Life Of Lemuria (Alternate Take) & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;/section & gt;
Real Gone Music
Robbie Basho Songs Of The Great Mystery - The Lost Vanguard Sessions 2LP (Clear Vinyl)
The Awakening Hear, Sense And Feel LP (Vinyl)
& lt;header & gt; & lt;p & gt; & lt;strong & gt;1972 Debut Album Remastered On Vinyl LP! & lt;/strong & gt; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;/header & gt; & lt;p & gt;The Awakening were the only 'group' recorded by Black Jazz, for which they made two albums; those two releases happen to be among the most collectible in the label's entire catalog, which, given the value Black Jazz titles command in the open market, gives one an idea just how sought-after these records are. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;Recorded in 1972, Hear, Sense And Feel marked the band's debut, and featured the same line-up that played on next year's Mirage. Being from Chicago, The Awakening's line-up unsurprisingly boasts a heavy connection to the AACM (Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians) collective that claimed The Art Ensemble of Chicago among its most esteemed artists; in fact, both bassist & lt;strong & gt;Reggie Willis & lt;/strong & gt; and tenor saxman/flautist & lt;strong & gt;Ari Brown & lt;/strong & gt; were AACM members and appeared on albums with Muhal Richard Abrams, Lester Bowie, and Anthony Braxton among others. The other members of The Awakening, on the other hand, hailed from the city's soul jazz scene, specifically Young Holt Unlimited, for whom co-leaders trumpeter & lt;strong & gt;Frank Gordon & lt;/strong & gt; and keyboardist & lt;strong & gt;Ken Chaney & lt;/strong & gt; played (trombonist & lt;strong & gt;Steve Galloway & lt;/strong & gt; played on Melvin Jackson's soul jazz classic Funky Skull). And it is that sweet spot, somewhere between the free jazz and Afrocentric explorations of the Art Ensemble and the rhythm-heavy soul jazz sound being recorded at Chicago-based labels like Brunswick and Cadet, that Hear, Sense And Feel lands. Which explains why this album sells for hundreds of dollars online if you can find it at all. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;Mike Milchner at Sonic Vision Mastering has remastered the album for vinyl, which features liner notes by Pat Thomas, author of Listen, Whitey! The Sights and Sounds of Black Power 1965-1975, that sets the scene for both the label and the band. A lost gem worthy of all the attention this reissue is going to get! & lt;/p & gt; & lt;blockquote cite= & quot;pastemagazine.com & quot; & gt; The Awakening took inspiration from the AACM-connected Art Ensemble of Chicago with unapologetically political aims for their music. But this group's sound was far more approachable and, at times, smoother - even with a touch of cosmic, Sun Ra-like energy in the mix. & lt;footer & gt; -Robert Ham, Paste Magazine & lt;/footer & gt; & lt;/blockquote & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;features & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Features & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;ul & gt; & lt;li & gt;Vinyl LP & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Remastered by Mike Milchner at SonicVision & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Liner notes by Pat Thomas & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ul & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;musicians & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Musicians & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;table & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Ken Chaney & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;piano, electric piano, whistle, bells & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Frank Gordon & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;flugehorn, trumpet & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Richard (Ari) Brown & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;tenor sax, flute & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Steve Galloway & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;trombone, whistle, bells & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Reggie Willis & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;bass & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Richard Evans & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;electric bass & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Arlington Davis, Jr. & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;drums, whistle, bells & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Monica Chaney & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;Awakening poem & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;/table & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;selections & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Selections & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side 1: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Awakening - Prologue Spring Thing & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;When Will It Ever End & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Convulsions & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side 2: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Kera's Dance & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Jupiter & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Brand New Feeling & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Awakening - Epilogue & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;/section & gt;
Real Gone Music
The Awakening Hear, Sense And Feel LP (Vinyl)
Chicago: Music From the Miramax Motion Picture 2LP (Yellow with Red Streaks "Chicago Fire" Vinyl)
& lt;header & gt; & lt;p & gt; & lt;strong & gt;Yellow With Red Streaks & quot;Chicago Fire & quot; Vinyl 2LP! & lt;/strong & gt; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;/header & gt; & lt;p & gt;Hey, vinyl lovers - you had it comin'! & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;Director Rob Marshall's 2002 film Chicago was the rare Hollywood production that got a Broadway musical right, winning six Academy Awards including Best Picture and a Best Supporting Actress nod for Catherine Zeta-Jones. And its soundtrack album was similarly decorated, winning a Grammy and reaching #2 on the charts. So a release on wax is a natural... Real Gone Music promise you that you're gonna have a heckuva good time spinning those magnificent Kander & amp; Ebb songs on yellow with red streaks & quot;Chicago Fire & quot; vinyl! & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;Includes all the tunes that were in the film and a couple that weren't, featuring that killer cast of Zeta-Jones, Ren & amp;#233;e Zellweger, Richard Gere, John C. Reilly, Queen Latifah, Christine Baranski, and more, plus Danny Elfman's score and all that jazz. Gatefold jacket brings the razzle dazzle with credits and stills from the film. A must! & lt;/p & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;features & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Features & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;ul & gt; & lt;li & gt;Yellow with Red Streaks & quot;Chicago Fire & quot; Vinyl & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Double LP & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Gatefold jacket with stills from the film & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ul & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;selections & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Selections & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;LP One & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;h5 & gt;Side One: & lt;/h5 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Overture / And All That Jazz & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Funny Honey & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;When You're Good To Mama & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Cell Block Tango & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h5 & gt;Side Two: & lt;/h5 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;All I Care About & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;We Both Reached For The Gun & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Roxie & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;I Can't Do It Alone & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Mister Cellophane & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;LP Two & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;h5 & gt;Side One: & lt;/h5 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Razzle Dazzle & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Class & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Nowadays (Roxie) & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Nowadays / Hot Honey Rag & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Catherine Zeta-Jones and Ren & amp;#233;e Zellweger: I Move On & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h5 & gt;Side Two: & lt;/h5 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Danny Elfman: After Midnight & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Danny Elfman: Roxie's Suite & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Queen Latifah and Lil' Kim featuring Macy Gray: Cell Block Tango (He Had It Comin') & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Anastacia: Love Is A Crime & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;/section & gt;
Real Gone Music
Chicago: Music From the Miramax Motion Picture 2LP (Yellow with Red Streaks "Chicago Fire" Vinyl)
Todd Rundgren & Utopia Live At The Old Waldorf 2LP (Gold Vinyl)
& lt;b & gt; & lt;font color= & quot;#FF0000 & quot; & gt;Limited Edition - 1000 Copies! First-Time LP Release! & lt;br & gt; Gold Vinyl Double LP! & lt;/font & gt; & lt;/b & gt; & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; This Limited Edition Double LP release once again proves that there were very, very few bands in the late ‘70s that could match the stylistic sweep, musical chops, and quality of repertoire wielded by Todd Rundgren & amp; Utopia. This August 5, 1978 set at the Old Waldorf in San Francisco captures the band at the beginning of an extensive U.S. tour, but it had already been a busy year of touring for Todd, as back in May he had assembled an all-star band for residencies at the Bottom Line in New York City and the Roxy in Los Angeles. Performances from those shows that (along with a portion of an August 23 Utopia date from this tour) comprised the release of the double live LP Back to the Bars in December 1978, and fans of that album will find much to treasure here on this well-recorded release taken from the evening’s stereo ¼” master tapes. Here you get a chance to hear Utopia back Todd on songs, like “Black and White” and “The Last Ride” (an epic version!), from which they were absent on Back to the Bars, and Live at the Old Waldorf offers such Utopia favorites as “Trapped,” “Abandon City,” “Back on the Street,” and “Gangrene” from 1977’s Oops! Wrong Planet that did not appear on Bars. Even more importantly, the band is on fire this night, displaying the rare mixture of note-perfect arrangements and improvisatory verve that made Todd Rundgren & amp; Utopia such a must-see concert draw during the era. One last note about this release: because Todd was such a dynamic live performer, there have been a series of authorized live “bootlegs” that have come out on CD in recent years, but very few have come out on LP; we have cherry picked what just may be the best of the bunch and put it on double gold vinyl inside a gatefold package limited to 660 copies. It belongs on your shelf right next to your other Rundgren records from the era...don’t miss it! & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; & lt;b & gt;Features: & lt;/b & gt; & lt;br & gt; • Limited Edition Gold Vinyl - 1000 Copies & lt;br & gt; • Double LP & lt;br & gt; • Taken from stereo ¼” master tapes & lt;br & gt; • Gatefold Jacket & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; & lt;b & gt;Selections: & lt;br & gt; Side 1: & lt;/b & gt; & lt;br & gt; 1. It Wouldn't Have Made Any Difference & lt;br & gt; 2. Love Of The Common Man & lt;br & gt; 3. Trapped & lt;br & gt; 4. Abandon City & lt;br & gt; 5. The Last Ride & lt;br & gt; & lt;b & gt;Side 2: & lt;/b & gt; & lt;br & gt; 6. The Seven Rays & lt;br & gt; 7. Can We Still Be Friends & lt;br & gt; 8. Back On The Street & lt;br & gt; 9. You Cried Wolf & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; & lt;b & gt;Side 3: & lt;/b & gt; & lt;br & gt; 1. Gangrene & lt;br & gt; 2. A Dream Goes On Forever & lt;br & gt; 3. Black And White & lt;br & gt; 4. Eastern Intrigue / Initiation & lt;br & gt; & lt;b & gt;Side 4: & lt;/b & gt; & lt;br & gt; 5. Couldn't I Just Tell You & lt;br & gt; 6. Hello, It's Me & lt;br & gt; 7. Just One Victory
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Todd Rundgren & Utopia Live At The Old Waldorf 2LP (Gold Vinyl)
Tim Buckley Look At the Fool 180g LP (Vinyl)
& lt;font color= & quot;#FF0000 & quot; & gt; & lt;b & gt;Limited Edition - Only 400 Copies! & lt;br & gt; Mastered From Original Master Tapes & amp; Pressed On 180g Vinyl! & lt;/b & gt; & lt;/font & gt; & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; The list of ‘60s and ‘70s singer-songwriters is long and full of legends; but perhaps the most talented of that very talented bunch was Tim Buckley. Certainly when it came to singing Buckley was at the very top; his range was unmatched, capable of covering several octaves and acres of emotion in one breath, from sweet, tenor tenderness to hoarse, cracking anguish. And his songwriting showed a similar wide range; in the course of eight short years Buckley went from baroque, psychedelic folk rock to jazzy, even avant-garde ravings to blue-eyed soul. This extreme eclecticism, of course, worked against Buckley commercially; by the time his fans caught up to his latest stylistic change he was off on another. But it’s also one of the reasons why his reputation has steadily grown in the years since his untimely death in 1975; countless listeners only familiar with his early Elektra albums have found themselves floored by his later output. Which is where we find ourselves with 1974’s Look at the Fool, the last record Buckley released during his lifetime and one of the most controversial albums of his career. Long-time fans decried this record as a sellout, and indeed its soft ‘70s funk feel is jarring to those used to his more adventurous work. But Buckley proves himself to be one helluva R & amp;B singer on this album, which deserved a much larger audience than they got (by this time Buckley was on Frank Zappa and Herb Cohen’s label DiscReet). & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; Now, Real Gone Music is proud to present Look at the Fool on vinyl for the first time since the late ‘80s, in a version newly remastered from the original master tapes by Bill Inglot. This release marks a significant upgrade in sound from what’s heretofore been available, and to celebrate, we’re offering this record in audiophile 180-gram vinyl limited to 400 copies. It’s high time this album was reappraised; this vinyl release displays it at its very best! & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; & lt;b & gt;Features: & lt;/b & gt; & lt;br & gt; • Limited Edition - Only 400 Copies & lt;br & gt; • 180g Vinyl & lt;br & gt; • Mastered from Original Master Tapes & lt;br & gt; • Mastered by Bill Inglot & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; & lt;b & gt;Selections: & lt;/b & gt; & lt;br & gt; 1. Bring It On Up & lt;br & gt; 2. Look At The Fool & lt;br & gt; 3. Ain't It Peculiar & lt;br & gt; 4. Freeway Blues & lt;br & gt; 5. Helpless & lt;br & gt; 6. Tijuana Moon & lt;br & gt; 7. Who Could Deny You & lt;br & gt; 8. Mexicali Voodoo & lt;br & gt; 9. Wanda Lou & lt;br & gt; 10. Down In The Street
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Tim Buckley Look At the Fool 180g LP (Vinyl)
Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Return - Music from Netflix Series LP (Blue-Grey "Satellite Of Love" Vinyl)
& lt;font color= & quot;#FF0000 & quot; & gt; & lt;b & gt;Limited Edition - 1000 Copies! & lt;br & gt; Blue-Grey & quot;Satellite Of Love & quot; Vinyl LP! & lt;br & gt; Featuring Guest Stars Mark Hamill, Neil Patrick Harris & amp; Patton Oswalt! & lt;/b & gt; & lt;/font & gt; & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; Stranded in space, a man and his robot sidekicks are forced by mad scientists to watch cheesy movies. How do they cope? With laughter—and song! Joel Hodgson’s Mystery Science Theater 3000 aired for 10 seasons and 197 episodes on its way to being named one of the top 100 best TV shows of all time by Time and Entertainment Weekly, and its 2017 reboot on Netflix overjoyed the show’s long-time fans while gaining some new converts. Now, Real Gone Music in association with Shout! Factory brings songs, & lt;b & gt;incidental music, and instrumental bumpers from the show's triumphant return season & lt;/b & gt; in the only format that makes sense for a show like this: vinyl! & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; Regular cast members Jonah Ray, Felicia Day, Hampton Yount, Baron Vaughn, and Rebecca Hanson are joined by special guest stars Neil Patrick Harris and Mark Hamill in transcendent musical moments, all capped by Har Mar Superstar's dynamic update of the main theme. & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; This is essential listening for MSTies everywhere…and it’s coming in & lt;b & gt; Blue-Grey & quot;Satellite of Love & quot; vinyl & lt;/b & gt; housed inside a gatefold album cover featuring photos and a personal message from Joel Hodgson. Limited to 1000 copies! & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; & lt;b & gt;Features: & lt;/b & gt; & lt;br & gt; • Limited Edition - 1000 Copies & lt;br & gt; • Blue-Grey & quot;Satellite Of Love & quot; Vinyl LP & lt;br & gt; • Gatefold cover featuring photos and a personal message from Joel Hodgson & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; & lt;b & gt;Selections: & lt;br & gt; Side One: & lt;/b & gt; & lt;br & gt; 1. MST3K Love Theme - Har Mar Superstar and Felicia Day & lt;br & gt; 2. Every Country Has A Monster - Jonah Ray, Baron Vaughn, Hampton Yount and Rebecca Hanson & lt;br & gt; 3. Our Love Is On Wings (You Can't See) - Neil Patrick Harris, Felicia Day and Patton Oswalt & lt;br & gt; 4. UFO - Jonah Ray, Baron Vaughn and Hampton Yount & lt;br & gt; 5. Push Past The Hurting (When A Movie Hurts Too Much) - Jonah Ray, Baron Vaughn, Hampton Yount, Felicia Day and Patton Oswalt & lt;br & gt; 6. The Magic In You - Jonah Ray & lt;br & gt; 7. The Great Space Circus - Mark Hamill, Jonah Ray, Baron Vaughn and Hampton Yount & lt;br & gt; 8. Aloha (with Florence Gypsy, The Last Of The Ice-Cold Mamas) - Rebecca Hanson & lt;br & gt; 9. Moon 14 Mesozoic Ranch Dinosaur BBQ Theme - Felicia Day, Patton Oswalt, Jonah Ray and Paul and Storm & lt;br & gt; 10. MST3K Love Theme (8-Bit Version) - Paul and Storm & lt;br & gt; 11. Curious Vermin - Paul and Storm & lt;br & gt; & lt;b & gt;Side Two: & lt;/b & gt; & lt;br & gt; 1. Busy Bots - Paul and Storm & lt;br & gt; 2. Seraph - Paul and Storm & lt;br & gt; 3. Disco Fever 4EVAR - Paul and Storm & lt;br & gt; 4. Fashion Techno - Paul and Storm & lt;br & gt; 5. Creepy Parade - Paul and Storm & lt;br & gt; 6. Gossip Harp - Paul and Storm & lt;br & gt; 7. Growler Suite - Eban Schletter & lt;br & gt; 8. MST3K Love Theme (MIDI Version) - Charlie Erickson & lt;br & gt; 9. My Creepy Girl - The Skeleton Crew & lt;br & gt; 10. I Wish I Was Back In Old Canada (The Canada Song) - The Skeleton Crew & lt;br & gt; 11. (Let's Have) A Patrick Swayze Christmas - The Skeleton Crew & lt;br & gt; 12. Livin' In Deep 13 - The Skeleton Crew & lt;br & gt; 13. Sidehackin' - The Skeleton Crew & lt;br & gt; 14. To Earth - The Skeleton Crew & lt;br & gt; 15. The United Servo Academy Men's Chorus Hymn - The Skeleton Crew & lt;br & gt; 16. Wild Rebels Cereal - The Skeleton Crew & lt;br & gt; 17. Clown In The Sky - The Skeleton Crew & lt;br & gt; 18. Mighty Science Theater - F.A.M.E.'s Macedonian Symphonic Orchestra & lt;br & gt; 19. When Loving Lovers Love - Mary Jo Pehl
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Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Return - Music from Netflix Series LP (Blue-Grey "Satellite Of Love" Vinyl)
Groovie Goolies Groovie Goolies LP (Franken-Green Vinyl)
& lt;header & gt; & lt;p & gt; & lt;strong & gt;Out Of Print! Only a few copies left! & lt;/strong & gt; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;/header & gt; & lt;header & gt; & lt;p & gt; & lt;strong & gt;Horrifyingly Rare Power Pop From Beloved TV Cartoon! & lt;br & gt; First Vinyl Reissue Since Original 1970 Release! & lt;br & gt; 50th Anniversary Franken-Green Vinyl - Limited To 500 Copies! & lt;/strong & gt; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;/header & gt; & lt;p & gt;When Filmation Studios landed a late-'60s hit with the Saturday morning cartoon TV show The Archies, it wasn't long before it started looking for more & quot;sugar & quot; with a similarly music-themed follow-up. Inspired by the success of such shows as The Munsters and The Addams Family, penned by a couple of writers for Laugh-In, and featuring the voice of F-Troop's Larry Storch, Groovie Goolies first aired in September 1970 as a pairing with the Archies spin-off Sabrina, the Teenage Witch. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;Though it only lasted 16 episodes, the Groovie Goolies cult lasts to this day (even inspiring the name of the S.F. punk band The Groovie Ghoulies). Why? One guess - the music! Just like The Archies did with Andy Kim, Ron Dante and Jeff Barry, Groovie Goolies brought A-list talent to the task of composing and performing two songs for every episode, including Dick Monda and, for this album, Sherry Gayden and Janet Martin a.k.a. Richard Delvy and Ed Fournier of the surf-rock band The Challengers (that's Fournier dressed as Wolfie on the back cover). And playing in the band: legendary guitarist Larry Carlton and Elvis Presley drummer Ron Tutt! & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;The whole record has a very Archies vibe with some very groovy, er, groovie touches, like the fuzztone guitar on & quot;Save Your Good Lovin' For Me & quot;, the wah-wah on & quot;Frankie & quot;, and even some sitar. Little wonder, then, that original copies of this 1970 record trade for big bucks...Real Gone Music's first-ever vinyl reissue of Groovie Goolies comes in Franken-Green Vinyl limited to 500 copies. Happy 50th anniversary, Groovie Goolies! & lt;/p & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;features & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Features & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;ul & gt; & lt;li & gt;Limited Edition - 500 Copies & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;50th Anniversary & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Franken-Green Vinyl & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;First vinyl reissue since original 1970 release & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ul & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;selections & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Selections & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side 1: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Save Your Good Lovin' For Me & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Bumble Goolie & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;We Go So Good Together & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Frankie & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Goolie Get-Together (Theme) & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side 2: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;First Annual Semi-Formal Combination Celebration Meet-The-Monster Population Party & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Spend Some Time Together & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Cling, Clang & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Goolie Garden & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;One, Two, Three & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;/section & gt;
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Groovie Goolies Groovie Goolies LP (Franken-Green Vinyl)
Even More Dazed And Confused Soundtrack LP (White with Red Splatter "Bloodshot Eyes" Vinyl)
& lt;header & gt; & lt;p & gt; & lt;strong & gt;White With Red Splatter & quot;Bloodshot Eyes & quot; Vinyl LP! & lt;/strong & gt; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;/header & gt; & lt;p & gt;The subtitle on the album cover reads, & quot;They Found Your Stash...Again, & quot; and Real Gone Music are happy to report that this particular musical stash is seeds and stems free! Richard Linklater's 1993 coming-of-age film Dazed And Confused captured the age-old adolescent themes of rebellion vs. conformity, jocks vs. nerds, stoners vs. students, and grown-ups vs. grads so perfectly that it remains a touchstone movie for each succeeding generation of high schoolers. But its events unfold at a very specific time and place; namely, the last day of the 1976 school year in Austin, Texas, a moment in rock and roll time which Linklater and his cohorts unerringly capture with a soundtrack that has spawned not one but two releases, of which this is the second. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;Pressed on white with red splatter & quot;Bloodshot Eyes & quot; vinyl inside a jacket featuring production stills from the film. Visine not included! & lt;/p & gt; & lt;blockquote cite= & quot;www.pastemagazine.com & quot; & gt; Much like the still-popular Guardians of the Galaxy soundtracks, this selection of '70s tunes serves the dual purpose of giving classic rock fans a quick and dirty collection to turn to in the pre-Spotify era and it does draw up warm memories of Richard Linklater's love letter to his teen years. Ideal gift for the cinephiles in your life that have just started out collecting vinyl. & lt;footer & gt; -Robert Ham, Paste Magazine & lt;/footer & gt; & lt;/blockquote & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;features & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Features & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;ul & gt; & lt;li & gt;White with Red Splatter & quot;Bloodshot Eyes & quot; Vinyl & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Jacket with production stills from the film & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Made in CZ & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ul & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;selections & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Selections & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side One: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Free Ride - The Edgar Winter Group & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;No More Mr. Nice Guy - Alice Cooper & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Living In The USA - The Steve Miller Band & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Never Been Any Reason - Head East & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Why Can't We Be Friends - WAR & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Summer Breeze - Seals And Crofts & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Right Place Wrong Time - Dr. John & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side Two: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Balinese - ZZ Top & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Lord Have Mercy On My Soul - Black Oak Arkansas & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;I Just Want To Make Love To You - Foghat & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Show Me The Way - Peter Frampton & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Do You Feel Like We Do (live ) - Peter Frampton & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;/section & gt;
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Even More Dazed And Confused Soundtrack LP (White with Red Splatter "Bloodshot Eyes" Vinyl)
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