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✨✧ All In The FamilyAll In The Family ... LP
Atlantic, 1971. Sealed ... Out Of Stock
Yipes, this must have been a clear indication of just how popular the show really was! The album's little more than bits lifted off the TV soundtrack – with bits that include "Why God Made Hands", "Sweety Pie Roger", "VD Day", "God is Black", and "Jury Duty". We're guessing that this one probably secretly sold more to the middle-American right wingers who were buying Barry Goldwater records a few years before – than it did to the New York liberals who could get the irony of the material. LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ All In The FamilyAll In The Family 2nd Album ... LP
Atlantic, 1972. Sealed ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
No music – and as far as we can tell, the whole album's lifted from bits that appeared in the hit TV show. Not that that's a problem, though, as Carroll O'Connor, Jean Stapleton, Rob Reiner, and crew never fail to please. Bits include "Breasts", "Archie & Maude", "Archie In Jail", "The Elevator", and "Sammy's Visit", featuring Sammy Davis Jr! LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a cutout notch.)

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Will Holt & Dolly JonahWill Holt & Dolly Jonah On The Brink ... LP
Atlantic, Mid 60s. Near Mint- ... $1.99
... LP, Vinyl record album
(Red & purple label pressing.)

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Melvin Van PeeblesWhat The...You Mean I Can't Sing?! ... LP
Atlantic, 1974. Very Good+ ... $9.99
Very tripped out work from Melvin Van Peebles – the multi-talented artist who had a huge influence on African American film in the 70s! Melvin's working here in a a mode that combines soul, folk, funk, and lots of the more messed-up sounds that you'd hear on his own soundtracks for his films. And yes, he can't sing – but he has this wild way of muttering while singing, one that makes the album a really compelling document of culture and politics in the early 70s! The overall feel is sort of like Eugene McDaniels' work for Atlantic from the same time – but more messed up, disorganized, and rootsy! Titles include "Superstition", "Birth Certificate Ain't Nothing But A Death Warrant Anyway", "So Many Bars", and "Eyes On The Rabbit". (Soul, Comedy) LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has bent corners and some wear.)

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