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Robert Gordon with Link WrayFresh Fish Special ... LP
Private Stock, 1978. Very Good+ ... $5.99
LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has some wear.)

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Walter MurphyFifth Of Beethoven (with bonus tracks) ... CD
Private Stock/Hot Shot (UK), 1976. New Copy ... $14.99
A huge crossover album of the 70s – one that took an east coast disco groove, and introduced influences from a wide variety of classical themes – best summed up in the title hit "A Fifth Of Beethoven", which was a surprisingly successful radio tune at the time! The effort's a strange one, but was part of a larger movement at the time that was introducing many older musical modes – such as standards or showtunes – onto the dancefloor in an effort to give the less underground clubgoers something to sink their teeth into. And while the approach seemed like a bit of a gimmick, it was also probably inspired by Deodato's big hit with "Zarathustra" and a few other classical themes – echoed here by Murphy's great keyboard work on a few other numbers. The album features the classical tracks "Flight 76", "Night Fall", "Fifth Of Beethoven", and "Russian Dressing" – plus the non-classical Murphy originals "California Strut" (with vocals by Angie Bofil), "Be Your Own Best Friend", "Suite Love Symphony", and "Midnight Express". CD features bonus tracks – "Flight 76 (part 2)" and "Fifth Of Beethoven (ext version)". CD

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Tom PaxtonSomething In My life ... LP
Private Stock, 1975. Near Mint- ... $1.99
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(Cover has a cutout hole.)

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Michael Zager BandLet's All Chant/Love Express ... 12-inch
Private Stock, 1977. Very Good+ ... $6.99
"Ooh ooh. . .Let's all chant!" A roller disco classic! Break out your whistle, sweatbands and terri cloth shorts and go to work with this throwback to the late 70s! 12-inch, Vinyl record
(In a Private Stock sleeve.)

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New Cissy HoustonThink It Over (with bonus tracks) ... CD
Private Stock/Cherry Pop (UK), 1978. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
No need to think it over here – as the album's so groovy, we jump right in – thanks to plenty of upbeat disco arrangements from arranger Michael Zager! Zager worked previously with Cissy Houston, but here he really takes her out to the clubs – mixing strings and rhythms into some sweetly soaring backings that really work well with Houston's gospel-trained voice! There's a nice sense of drama to some of the grooves, but never too much to be campy – and titles include "Warning Danger", "An Umbrella Song", "Somebody Should Have Told Me", "Think It Over", "I Won't Be The One", and "Love Don't Hurt People". CD features the bonus tracks "Warning Danger (ext disco mix)", "An Umbrella Song (ext disco mix)", "Somebody Should Have Told Me (ext disco mix)", and "Think It Over (ext disco mix)". CD