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✨✧ Link WrayLink Wray Rumble (Japanese paper sleeve edition) ... CD
Polydor/Big Pink (South Korea), 1974. New Copy ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A really cool 70s album from the great Link Wray – done at the time when he was reinventing himself, and changing from a damn great instrumental guitarist to a singer as well – one with a much bolder presence in the limelight than ever before! Wray serves up some fantastic electric solos here, and sings a fair bit too – and the record has some connection to his earlier self-titled set on Polydor, but was recorded at Wally Heider's in San Francisco – instead of Link's three-track shack – which makes for a richer vibe overall! There's plenty of great help on the session – all-star work from Boz Scaggs on guitar, Pete Escovedo on congas, and Lenny Pickett on tenor – and Wray may well be at the apex of his 70s confidence in the lead, as you'll hear on titles that include "It Was A Bad Scene", "Good Time Joe", "Walkin/Bulldog", "I Got To Ramble", "We Said I Do", "Step This Way", "Super 88", and "She's That Kind Of Woman". CD
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VariousDestination Jurassic Land – 33 Artifacts From Times Before Christ ... CD
Bear Family (Germany), Late 50s/Early 60s. New Copy ... $8.99 11.99
A cool collection of caveman-themed rockers from the glory days of the 7" single – music that's very much in the same mad spirit as the monster rock records of the time – and which is served up here in a similar blend of echoey instrumentals, guitar-heavy groovers, and a mix of hard rockers and novelty numbers too! The package is plenty playful, and you'll definitely recognize a few names here from the world of monster rock too – although the mix of material is also pretty darn fresh, too – and really opens up a whole new sort of territory from these glory days of American popular music. Titles include "Brontosaurus Walk" by Buddy Merrill, "Caveman" by Tommy Roe & The Satins, "McDonald's Cave" by Piltdown Men, "Be A Cave Man" by The Avengers, "Dinosaur" by Link Wray, "Caveman" by Terry Fell, "Volcano Rock" by Tommy Mercer & The McBrides, "Cave Man Rock" by The Majestics, "The Cave (parts 1 & 2)" by Gary Spider Webb, and "Cave Man Love" by Space Man With The Rockets. 33 tracks in all – and a very nice package! CD

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