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New Richard SoutarEpisodes ... LP
Void, 1979. New Copy (reissue).... $16.99
Rare psych folk sounds from the late 70s! Episodes is really cool blend of acoustic and electric sounds, with the vocals, acoustic guitar and bass all handled by Soutar – backed by lead, often buzzingly electric guitar by Mike Tedesco, flute by Elyse Clark, and backing vocals by both (we think). The flute is a really masterstroke here, giving the record breezy, off kilter vibe that's pretty great – but the overall vibe is really compelling! A nice little discovery that we're glad we were hipped to! Includes "Love's Fool", "Summer Sounds", "Breaking Away", "All Too Close", "Sunny Faces", "Somehow, Somewhere, Someway", "Feathers", "Pleasure Of Your Presence", "Flower", "Why Must You Hide" and "The Girl Next Door". LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited to 500 copies.)

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New CarpentersTicket To Ride (aka Offering) ... LP
A&M, 1969. Used .... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Early genius from The Carpenters – a really tremendous little album, and one that's quite different than their soft rock hits of the 70s! There's a plenty playful feel to the set – energy that comes right off the best Sunshine Pop of late 60s A&M Records – to which this album is a perfect link – a mode in which the studio's as much a part of the sound as Richard and Karen's own contributions – wrapped up with a heavenly approach by producer Jack Daugherty. Tunes are simpler, sometimes more personal – and there's lots of nice basic music touches along the way – a piano here, sweet keyboard there, some gentle drums, and more – all to make the music sound totally groovy! If you've ever heard the Roger Nichols music for A&M, and wondered how he could have such a later link to this pair, this is the album to show you the way. Titles include "Nowadays Clancy Can't Even Sing", "Your Wonderful Parade", "Turn Away", "All Of My Life", "Ticket To Ride", "Don't Be Afraid", "What's The Use", and "Someday". LP, Vinyl record album
(Original pressing. Cover has some light wear.)

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New Tiny TimGod Bless Tiny Tim (expanded mono edition) ... CD
Reprise/Now Sounds (UK), 1968. New Copy .... Temporarily Out Of Stock
One of the weirdest albums of the 60s, and a surprisingly big hit for the legendary Tiny Tim – a character then know to TV audiences for his appearances on Laugh-In and other shows – but an artist who sounds surprisingly culture-counter all these years later! The album's got some wonderfully odd elements in the production and arrangements – the former by Richard Perry, the latter by Artie Butler – all in that hip faux-nostalgia style that was huge in the Warner/Reprise universe of the time. And although Tim's certainly weirder and maybe goofier than Harper's Bizarre, Van Dyke Parks, and Randy Newman – you can definitely hear a through line to that scene in this album – as well as links to other odd 60s moments by folks like Brute Force or John Simon. Tunes are both old and new, and all are completely remade by Tiny Time – songs that include the hit "Tip Toe Thru The Tulips", plus a fantastic cover of the Biff Rose tune "Fill Your Heart", and "The Coming Home Party", "The Other Side", "Daddy Daddy What Is Heaven Like", "Welcome To My Dream", "The Viper", and "On The Old Front Porch". This fab CD features the rare mono version – only a promo issue at the time – plus lots of mono bonus tracks that include "Little Girl", "April Showers", "Bring Back Those Rockabye Baby Days", "Hello Hello", and a number of Artie Butler instrumental tracks too! CD
 
 
 
 



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