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DriftersDrifters' Golden Hits ... CD
Atlantic, 1960s. Used ... $2.99
A dozen of the biggest numbers from the seminal vocal group, including "There Goes My Baby", "(If You Cry) True Love, True Love", "Dance With Me", "This Magic Moment", "Save The Last Dance For Me", "I Count The Tears", "Some Kind Of Wonderful", "Up On The Roof", "On Broadway","Under The Boardwalk", "I've Got Sand In My Shoes" and "Saturday Night At The Movies". CD
(BMG Direct pressing.)
 
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Clyde McPhatterDeep Sea Ball ... CD
Atlantic, 1950s. Used ... $4.99
Great soulful R&B from Clyde's solo years at Atlantic! Some folks think that the worst thing that Clyde McPhatter ever did was to leave The Drifters – but to our ears, the move was an excellent one! Cyde had an amazing voice that was both sweet and deep at the same time, and working here on his own, away from the structures of a vocal group, he hits an amazing range of emotions and styles that sort of foreshadows later trends in soul by singers like Jackie Wilson or Sam Cooke. There's a total of 19 tracks in all on the set – with loads of excellent ballads, plus some extremely catchy uptempo numbers. Titles include "Thirty Days", "Deep Sea Ball", "Come What May", "Seven Days", "Since You've Been Gone", "No Love Like Her Love", "You Went Back On Your Word Little Girl", "A Lover's Question", and "My Island Of Dreams". CD
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VariousDoo Wop Christmas ... CD
Rhino, 1950s. Used ... $7.99
For some reason, doo wop groups loved to record Christmas tunes – possibly because early efforts by The Drifters and The Orioles became huge hits, but also because the dreamy sound of Christmas tunes, which were often touched with just the right degree of sorrow and longing, worked perfectly for a raw vocal harmony style. This set of 18 tracks is a wonderful batch of holiday tunes – way more interesting than your usual set of sleepers by Der Bingle, or ironic modern rockers. The tracks are actually pretty darn soulful throughout – with an approach to the music that was more than just a "cash in on the holidays" spirit, and with pretty darn great vocal stylings to fit the mood. Titles include "Christmas Long Ago" by The Echelons, "Just A Lonely Christmas" by The Moonglows, "Merry Christmas Darling" by The Uniques, "After New Year's Eve" by The Heartbeats, "Merry Merry Christmas Baby" by Margo Sylvia & The Tune Weavers, "It's Christmas Time" by The Five Keys, "Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer" by The Cadillacs, "Can This Be Christmas" by The Falcons, "White Christmas" by The Drifters, "What Are You Doing New Year's Eve" by The Orioles, and "It's Christmas Once Again" by Frankie Lymon. CD
(Out of print.)

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VariousRhythm & Blues 1964 ... CD
Time Life, 1964. Used ... $8.99
Includes tracks by Jackie Ross, Impressions, Brenda Holloway, Solomon Burke, the Drifters, Major Lance, Mary Wells, Martha & The Vandellas, Betty Everett and more. 22 tracks in all. CD
(Out of print.)

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New VariousGlitter & Gold – Words & Music By Barry Mann & Cynthia Weil ... CD
Ace (UK), 1960s. Used ... Just Sold Out!
One of the greatest guy/girl songwriting teams of the 60s – featured here in a killer collection of some of their best work! The range of artists here is nicely wide – from rockers to pop crooners to soul groups – and all of the tunes are key readings of songs penned by Barry Mann & Cynthia Weil, possibly not the highest-charting versions, but easily some of the greatest ever set to record! Ace really did a great job with this one – matching the heights of their other songwriter series titles, and really bringing out the darkness in the Mann/Weil songs – a subtle sort of sadness that comes through perfectly in most of these versions. The 24 page booklet features track-by-track notes on the tunes – really getting at the story of the recordings – and titles include "It's Not Easy" by The Sweet Inspirations, "Kicks" by Del Shannon, "It's Getting Better" by Mama Cass, "The Bossa Nova" by Tippie & The Clovers, "Hungry" by Paul Revere & The Raiders, "It's A Happening World" by The Tokens, "Chico's Girl" by The Girls, "Glitter & Gold" by The Turtles, "In The Park" by The Drifters, "Where Do I Belong" by Calvin Grayson, "Let Me Walk With You" by The 2 Of Clubs, "She Is Today" by Bergen White, "Girl It's Alright Now" by Bruce & Terry, "Where Have You Been All Of My Life" by Arthur Alexander, and "I'd Be So Good For You" by Joanie Sommers. CD

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New VariousCarolina Funk – First In Funk ... CD
Jazzman/Now Again, 1970s. Used ... Out Of Stock
Jazzman blow the roof off the Carolina scene here – digging through a wealth of rare 70s funk to explode the myth that the states are only home to beach music and shag tunes! The grooves here are every bit as gritty as previous Jazzman outings to Texas, Florida, and the Midwest – and the package offers up a few classics, some unreleased numbers, and a bunch of tunes we've never heard before – all supported by the kind of in-depth notes that Jazzman does better than anyone else! And sure, we've been digging funky 45s for years – but its sets like this that almost get us more excited in the music than the originals – thanks to the overall conception and quality of the work. Titles include "Creation Of Music" by Primitive, "Darkness" by Gamith, "Just Take Your Time" by Innersouls, "Super Good" by Dynamite Singletary, "Funky Soul Brother" by The Soul Drifters, "The Road" by Communicators & Black Experience Band, "Theme Of Blackbyrds" by The Black Exotics, "Good Time" by George Campbell, "Funky Mind" by Donnie Brown, "Doing What You Need To Do" by Anthony Burns, "JD's Funky Party Time" by JD, "Bad Woman" by Frankie & The Damons, "Ease It To Me" by Shirlean Williams & The Tempo's Band, "Stand Up & Be A Man (part 1)" by Sundia, and "You Ain't Miss It" by Roy Roberts. US edition of the same CD on the Jazzman label from the UK – but with a different cover image. CD
 
 
 



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