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Leonard RosenmanFantastic Voyage ... CD
La La Land, 1966. New Copy ... $19.99
One of the greatest soundtracks ever from Leonard Rosenman – and a key example of his strong talent for mixing acoustic instrumentation with very offbeat and eerie electronics! Rosenman had offered up this blend on other important science soundtracks of the 60s – but probably hit his apex with this gem – penned for mid 60s film about a bunch of scientists who shrink down, and take a trip inside the human body! The electronics are sublime – used in these stark, sharp ways that are very compelling, and downright evil in nature – providing a real contrast to some of the warmer woodwind touches in the orchestrations, even when they try to echo the electric energy. The whole thing's pretty darn great – a lot bleaker musically than the actual film – and titles include "Proteus Moving Through Sac", "Group Leaves", "The Proteus", "The Chart", "Pulmonary Artery", "Get The Laser", and "The Human Brain". CD
(Limited edition of 2000 copies.)
 
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New Mickey StevensonHere I Am (with bonus tracks) ... CD
Ember/Fantastic Voyage (UK), 1972. Used ... $7.99
A killer solo debut from Mickey Stevenson – an artist who's probably best known for his Motown production work of the 60s, but a surprisingly great singer – as you'll hear on this rare early 70s set! The album's got a wonderful depth – a real mix of modes that has Mickey tackling deep soul, psychedelic soul, and some especially great adult material – really mature numbers that provide a perfect showcase for Stevenson's vocal range. Luchi DeJesus arranged the album with Mickey, and it's got a sophisticated vibe that reminds us of 70s work by Lamont Dozier or Leon Ware – no surprise in the case of the latter, as the album features four great songs penned by Ware! Titles include "Lonnie's Face", "Gonna Be Alright", "What Could Be Better", "Stormy", "Salliey", "Here I Am", "Joe Poor", "Trouble's A Loser", and "Knock On Any Door". CD also features 2 bonus tracks – "I Need You So" and "I'm On My Way Back To You". CD

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New VariousRainy Day Mind – Ember Pop 1969 to 1974 ... CD
Ember/Fantastic Voyage (UK), Late 60s/Early 70s. Used ... Out Of Stock
Fuzzy and dreamy pop from the UK scene of the late 60s/early 70s – work pulled from the vaults of the Ember Records label, most of which didn't get much circulation at the time, at least not over on these shores! The work is by both British and American artists, and while the music is a blend of Sunshine Pop and soft-psych modes – probably somewhat pop-oriented overall, yet still pretty groovy from the perspective of a few decades later! Titles include "Good Times" by Alan Lake, "A Bad Time To Stop Loving Me" by Lee Lynch, "Bad Girls" by Davey Payne, "Call Me Lightning" by The Good Vibrations, "A Walk In The Sunshine" by Davey Payne & The Medium Wave, "The Milk Of The Tree" by Polly Niles, "Baby I Need You" by Blue Beard, "Belong Belong" by Black Swan, "Southern Comfort" by Denny Doherty, and "Propeller Love" by Mother Trucker. CD
 
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VariousGrass Roots – Danny Krivit: Musical Influences & Inspiration ... CD
Strut (UK), 1970s. Used 2CD ... $14.99
70s grooves abound in this fantastic compilation! DJ Danny Krivit – guiding light of New York's Body & Soul night – selects some of his favorite tracks from the 70s, a blinding blend of rare funk, strident soul, and uplifting club tunes that's one of the freshest collections we've heard in ages! The CD version features 2 CDs – both live mixes in which Krivit effortlessly blend tracks together, while still maintaining the full spirit and integral length of the originals. There's a total of 29 tracks on the set – and a few of the tunes get the "Danny Krivit edit" treatment, which means they've got the funky bits extended out even further than before! Titles include "Happy Music (12" mix)" by The Blackbyrds, "Spellbinder" by Gabor Szabo, "Point Zero" by Voyage, "Evil" by Earth Wind & Fire, "Theme From King Kong" by Love Unlimited Orchestra, "Number One (long version)" by Patrice Rushen, "You're The One (Tom Moulton mix)" by Little Sister, "Wild Safari" by Barrabas, "Going Back To My Roots" by Lamont Dozier, "Turn On The Lights" by Kellee Patterson, "Happiness Is Just Around The Bend" by Main Ingredient, "Across 110th Street" by El Barrio, "Yellow Sunshine" by Yellow Sunshine, "Ease Your Mind (UK mix)" by Touchdown, "Lansana's Priestess" by Donald Byrd, "Prophesy" by Margie Joseph, "Land Of Make Believe" by Bill Withers, "I Like What I Like" by Everyday People, and "Delicado" by El Coco. CD
(Out of print. Tray card and booklet have light water stains.)

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New Three Ring CircusGroovin' On The Sunshine ... LP
RCA, 1968. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A weird bit of sunshine pop – with the unusual feature that side one of the album is vocal, and side two is instrumental! There's some wonderful backings on the set – almost in a Rotary Connection mode, with lots of strange production, echoey orchestrations, and a good mix of conventional instrumentation turned trippy, next to rockish influences on guitar. Very wild stuff, especially on the instrumentals – and with tracks that include "Fantastic Voyage", "Groovin On Sunshine", "So True", "Lovin Machine", and "I Can't Be Trusted". LP, Vinyl record album
(Sealed 60s stereo pressing!)

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New Shaolin AfronautsQuest Under Capricorn ... CD
Freestyle (UK), 2012. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A deeper, spacier set from Shaolin Afronauts – and one that goes a bit further into the cosmos, as you might guess from the title and cover art – though it's still firmly rooted in timeless Afro Soul and Funk! Once again, the greatest West African soul, jazz and funk of the 70s provides the most vital inspiration for the group – but the Afronauts go further with the freewheeling jazzy atmosphere on this one – especially on the longer cuts. The majority of tracks run longer than 5 minutes, giving them plenty of evolutionary space to travel, over the funky bedrock that's paved underneath. The horns are fantastic – with nine credited players – along with stellar drums and percussion, guitar, bass, Hammond and Rhodes. Titles Includes "Brooklyn", "Gayanamede Prelude", "Winds Across Gayanamede", "Los Angeles", "Quest Under Capricorn", "End Of A Sun", "Voyage Prelude", "Voyage" "Amhara", "Forests Of Io" and "Saturn's Dance". 11 tracks on the CD. CD
 
 
 



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