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✨✧ Delaney & BonnieMotel Shot ... LP
Atco, 1971. Very Good+ Gatefold ... $11.99
Maybe one of the purest expressions of the genius of Bonnie and Delaney Bramlett – an album that was recorded to feel like it was done in a motel room – with a stripped-down vibe that really gets at the best energy of the pair! Roots rock mixes with blue-eyed soul, gospel piano, and folksy acoustic guitar – often handled with an approach that feels very spontaneous and personal – as if you were a motel staffer standing outside the door of the duo's room, waiting to deliver a meal, but afraid to knock in the middle of a tune! Titles include "Where The Soul Never Dies", "Come On In My Kitchen", "Faded Love", "Talkin Bout Jesus", "Never Sending Song Of Love", "Goin Down The Road Feelin Bad", and "Long Road Ahead". LP, Vinyl record album
(Includes the insert.)

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Fever TreeFever Tree ... LP
Uni, 1968. Very Good ... $19.99
Late 60s psych from Texas – the self-titled set from Fever Tree – which finds group adapting some outside penned tunes of the day nicely into the good natured psychedelic groove. The arrangements are what make the group special, rolling from soaring pop sounds into harder edged TX school of psychedelia, and back again. Instrumentation includes the kind of core rock sound with keys, harp, flute, cello and more – and the record even sports some string & horn arrangements by David Angel and Gene Page! Titles include "Imitation Situation 1", "Where Do You Go?", "Return Of The Native", "Man Who Paints The Pictures", "The Sun Also Rises", "Unlock My Door", "Come With Me" and more. LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Sonic YouthSonic Youth (2LP pressing – with bonus material) ... LP
Neutral/Goofin', 1982. Used 2LP Gatefold (reissue)... Temporarily Out Of Stock
The first EP from the group – with lots more bonus material too! The core set is the one that would come to define the downtown noise aesthetic of the New York scene in the early 80s – a mode built from higher ideals, but focused into youthful energy that can easily reach across to the common listener – in ways that made Sonic Youth so important in bridging the gap between high and low art at the time! The music is actually lightly less outside than other material – a condensed sound built from raw, chiming guitars – and topped with their signature varied dynamic range! This is the early lineup that featured Richard Edson on drums – and the EP features the titles "The Burning Spear", "I Dreamed I Dream", "She Is Not Alone", "I Don't Want To Push It", and "The Good & The Bad". Then, the set also 7 more live tracks from 1981 – including "Hard Work", "Where The Red Fern Grows", "Cosmopolitan Girl", "Loud & Soft", and "Destroyer" – plus a 1981 studio take on "Where The Red Fern Grows". LP, Vinyl record album
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✨✧ VariousNuggets Vol 3 – Pop ... LP
Rhino, Late 60s. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Some great crossover pop psych and garage here – work by The Lewis & Clark Expedition, The Parade, Cyrkle, The Knickerbockers, Cryan Shames, Turtles, Bobby Fuller Four, Merry Go-Round, People, Outsiders, and October Country! LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has light wear.)

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✨✧ Sonic YouthGoo (4LP box set) ... LP
DGC, 1990. Used 4LP Box Set ... Out Of Stock
Sonic Youth's major label debut – which is, somewhat perversely, less insistently accessible as the preceding Daydream Nation – with slow-building guitar squalls and oddball noise pop in just about equal measure! Goo is self-produced, with some assistance from their fellow Geffen newbie (circa '90) J Mascis and Don Fleming. Includes the absolute classic "Dirty Boots", plus "Tunic", "Kool Thing", "Disappearer", "My Friend Goo" and "Scooter and Jinx". Looking back, it's a pretty inspired moment in major label rock & roll history – where outsider creatives infiltrated the mainstream and changed the way things work for a decade + to come! LP, Vinyl record album
(Includes the booklet and inner sleeves.)

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