A soundtrack for a very silly movie – and one of the oddest albums ever recorded by the great Paul Williams – who both sings and stars in the movie as the phantom in the title! The tunes have a surprisingly heartfelt quality that really comes out when you hear them away from the movie ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
One of Paul Williams' greatest albums – produced by his friend and frequent collaborator Roger Nichols, with a style that's very much like the best work the pair recorded together! The songs are some of Williams' best – really warm and intimate numbers, done in a heartfelt style that ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
Julie Wilson's sipping a cocktail on the front cover of this sweet 50s set – and she's recording at the St Regis with great backings from the Marshall Grant Trio! The set's got a bit more vamp than some of Julie's studio work – and that's saying a lot – kind of a strongly-performe ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
Early proof that Nancy Wilson was definitely on the right track with her career – a tremendous little live date recorded without any of the schmaltz or overdone showmanship of her contemporaries! Although the setting is the Cocoanut Grove, Nancy often makes us feel like she's putting over ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a split on the top seam & some light wear.)
A really unique moment for Nancy – one in which she leaves the LA sound behind, and gets some special treatment from the young Philly crew of the Gamble & Huff studios! Arrangements on the set are by Thom Bell, Lenny Pakula, and Bobby Martin – and the style's an interesting mix of ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
Lizz Wright teams up with producer Joe Henry on a tribute to the grace of the American south – on a record that may well be her strongest to date! The set's got a warm core that really suits Wright's vocals – and the strength of her presentation here is so rich, she hardly needs any ... (Neo Soul, Vocalists)read moreLP, Vinyl record album
A nice batch of pop soul on Liberty from Timi Yuro – an underappreciated vocalist who walked that fine line between uptown soul and pop vocals! Like so many Liberty recordings of the era, the arrangements are big and polished, courtesty of Bert Keyes. The backing vocals are just as sparking ... (Soul, Vocalists)read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(Shrinkwrap has a hole in front. Cover has aging.)
Pia Zadora —
Pia ... LP Elektra, 1982. Near Mint- ...
Just Sold Out!
The heavier sound of UK girl pop in the 60s – not the sunnier, more string-laden sounds that were crossing the Atlantic at the time – but female singers who gravitated towards a deeper, fuzzier side of the spectrum – and were often years ahead of their time with their approach! ... (Rock, Vocalists)read moreLP, Vinyl record album