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✨✧ Dennis CoffeyDennis Coffey ... CD
Strut (UK), 2011. Used ... Out Of Stock
The return of Detroit funk and soul guitar legend Dennis Coffey – and it's not only a welcome one, it's great – a record that finds Dennis at an exuberant, funky high point! On this self-titled set, he's joined by adventurous creative spirits who he's inspired over the years, including Kings Go Forth, Fanny Franklin of Orgone, Mayor Hawthorne, Paolo Nutini and members of The Detroit Cobras, The Bellrays and The Dirtbombs. It's not only a testament to Coffey's genius that such a diverse roster of guests are happy to pitch in here, it's a statement to his far reaching style that it all works so well. From his roots with Motown house band The Funk Brothers to his wild solo work and breakbeat funk staples, he's a timeless master of soul, funk, rock and the confluence of all the above. His influence is as apparant as ever well into a new millenium, so it's a real treat to have him back and in such vital form. Includes the knockout instros "7th Galaxy", "Plutonius", "Knockabout", "Space Traveller" "Miss Millie" with Kings Go Forth and "Don't Knock My Love (Pt 2)" – plus Don't Knock My Love" feat Fanny Franklin, "All Your Goodies Are Gone" feat Mayer Hawthorne, "Only Good For Conversation" feat Paolo Nutini, "I Bet You" with Mick Collins of The Dirtbombs and Rachel Magy of Detroit Cobras and more. CD

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DovellsAnthology ... CD
Flyin High, Early 60s. Used ... $6.99
Tracks include "Bristol Stomp", "Hully Gully Baby", "You Can't Sit Down", "Stompin' Everywhere", "Mope Itty Mope Stomp", "Little White House", "Short Fat Fanny", and more – 30 tracks total. CD

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✨✧ EuphoriaGift From Euphoria ... CD
Capitol/See For Miles (UK), 1969. Used ... Out Of Stock
A beautiful bit of baroque country rock – recorded across separate sessions in Hollywood, Nashville, and London – with a scope of sound that's equally expansive! The album's truly tremendous – at one level stepping off the psychedelic country of the late 60s LA underground, but at another picking up on some of the more elaborate arrangements of the Warner wunderkind crowd, filtered through a rougher, trippier London sensibility. The whole thing's amazing – with a rootsy feel at the core, but brilliant arrangements that sweeten with strings one minute, and crackle with guitars the next. There's almost a Beatles-like genius to the whole thing, but the overall sound is even more unique – and the record's one that we really would have missed, were it not for the fine efforts of Rev-Ola, who have also packaged the whole thing with deep deep notes! Titles include "Lisa", "Stone River Hill Song", "Lady Bedford", "Suicide On The Hillside Sunday Morning After Tea", "Sweet Fanny Adams", and "Something For The Milkman". CD

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✨✧ VariousGood As Gold – Artefacts Of The Apple Era 1967 to 1975 (5CD set) ... CD
Apple/Grapefruit (UK), Late 60s/Early 70s. Used 5CD ... Out Of Stock
A fascinating look at the farther reaches of the Apple Records empire during its ill-fated run – not the familiar records by non-Beatle artists, like Badfinger or Billy Preston – but instead a wide range of really surprising artists, who all had relationships to the Apple empire in very different ways! CD1 features Lost Sessions & Singles – material recorded during the earliest days of the Apple imprint, but which never saw the light of day at the time – some overlooked gems by Brute Force, Grapefruit, Timon, Contact, Mortimer, and Drew & Dy. CDs 2 and 3 are maybe some fo the best known parts of the pie – singles and other cuts that were issued at the time, but which are still pretty darn obscure – work by Danny Kalb & Stefan Grossman, The Misunderstood, Turquoise, Joker, Coconut, Gallagher & Lyle, The Perishers, Rawlings & Huckstep, The Cups, Coconut Mushroom, The U, Focal Point, and others too! CD4 features work recorded at the upgraded Apple studios in the early 70s – tracks by Linda Lewis, Pagliaro, Tim Hardin, Fanny, Contact, Sensational Alex Harvey Band, Stealers Wheel, Badfinger, John Howard, Tony Hazzard, and Mike McGear. And CD5 features The Ghosts Of Baker Street – some of the material recorded as demos in the very early Apple studio – cuts by Barry Alexander, Robert & Miles Priestley, Focal Point, Jackie Lomax, Drew & Dry, Jack Hollingshead, and George Alexander. CD comes with a huge booklet of notes to open up these very lost recordings – and the whole thing features a massive 107 tracks in all! CD
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✨✧ VariousKitsune X ... CD
Kitsune (France), 2005. Used ... Out Of Stock
Music from Popular Computer, Joakim, The Mogs, Post No Bills, Chikinki, Volga Select, Simian Mobile Disco, DJ Assault, Fannypack, Captain Comatose vs Stereo Total, Manhead, and Hot Chip. CD
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