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✨✧ Gene ChandlerSoul Master ... CD
MCA, Mid 60s. Used ... Out Of Stock
An odd collection of tracks, but they're all great, and the set's an excellent batch of some of Chandler's harder-to-find material from the mid and late 60s! The tracks are pulled from his years at Chess, Brunswick, and Mercury (one of the advantages of the recent Universal/Polygram merger!) – and there's a total of 10 songs, including "Rainbow '65 (part 2)", "To Be True", "Groovy Situation", "I Won't Need You", "Think Nothing About It", "From The Teacher To The Preacher", "To Be A Lover", "I Fooled You This Time", "River Of Tears", and "Nothing Can Stop Me". CD

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✨✧ FacesFirst Step ... CD
Warner, 1970. Used ... Just Sold Out!
The first album ever from The Faces – a mighty merger of half of the old Small Faces with the young Rod Stewart and Ron Wood, fresh from the Jeff Beck group! The meeting of talents really set The Faces on fire – bringing even sharper focus to the group's previous sound, and giving it a stellar frontman in the face of Stewart – who was still brilliantly soulful here, and way far from all the cliches he'd spew in later years! The guitars are fantastic, the rhythms very raw – and the whole record romps along with this messy blend of rootsy elements and garagey power – never letting up the sonic onslaught for a minute. In the US, Warner still tried to market the group by using "Small Faces" on the cover – but trust us, the sound is way different than before – as you'll hear on cuts that include "Stone", "Around The Plynth", "Looking Out The Window", "Nobody Knows", "Wicked Messenger", and the classic "Three Button Hand Me Down". CD
(Warner Archives pressing.)

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✨✧ FacesFirst Step (Japanese paper sleeve edition) ... CD
Warner (Japan), 1970. Used Gatefold ... Out Of Stock
The first album ever from The Faces – a mighty merger of half of the old Small Faces with the young Rod Stewart and Ron Wood, fresh from the Jeff Beck group! The meeting of talents really set The Faces on fire – bringing even sharper focus to the group's previous sound, and giving it a stellar frontman in the face of Stewart – who was still brilliantly soulful here, and way far from all the cliches he'd spew in later years! The guitars are fantastic, the rhythms very raw – and the whole record romps along with this messy blend of rootsy elements and garagey power – never letting up the sonic onslaught for a minute. In the US, Warner still tried to market the group by using "Small Faces" on the cover – but trust us, the sound is way different than before – as you'll hear on cuts that include "Stone", "Around The Plynth", "Looking Out The Window", "Nobody Knows", "Wicked Messenger", and the classic "Three Button Hand Me Down". CD
(Out of print 2010 Japanese pressing, includes obi.)

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✨✧ Jim & JesseDiesel On My Tail ... CD
Epic/Retroworld (UK), 1967. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A great truck-themed album from bluegrass duo Jim & Jesse – one of those key records that shows the strange but fantastic merger of diesel themes and acoustic instrumentation! Most of the tunes here are tracks first made famous by other singers, but there's a great presentation that transforms the songs into Jim & Jesse's own – with balanced production by Billy Sherrill that brings in some key 60s country elements at times – but also leaves the boys to work with plenty of interplay of their own too. Titles include "Truck Drivin Man", "Lovin Machine", "Hot Rod Race", "Diesel On My Tail", "Sam's Place", "Ballad Of Thunder Road", "Girl On The Billboard", and "Tijuana Taxi". CD
 
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✨✧ Michael FormanekNature Of The Beast ... CD
Enja (Germany), 1997. Used ... Out Of Stock
Bassist Michael Formanek really has a way of creating his own sort of magic when he's the leader of a group – working with a fresh vision that not only puts his instrument very forward in the mix, but which also seems to open up the best sides of his well-chosen bandmates! Here, the lineup is overflowing with greatness – core work from Dave Douglas on trumpet and Steve Swell on trombone – plus guest tenor from Tony Malaby and alto from Tim Berne, who each play on a few tracks. There's no piano at all – just the drums of Jim Black, who punctuates Formanek's inspirations in all the right ways – on titles that include "El Nino", "Emerger", "Dry Season", "Grand Bizarre", and "Excruciation". CD
(Out of print. Booklet appears to be signed by the artist inside.)
 
 
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