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✨✧ Walter RaimElectrifying Guitar Of Walter Raim ... LP
Mercury, 1965. Very Good+ ... Out Of Stock
Pop guitar with jazzy inflections – a wonderful little album that has Walter Raim on the hollow-body electric, working alongside jazz players that include Hank Jones and Bobby Scott on piano, and Don Elliot and Phil Kraus on vibes and percussion! The style is lean and spare throughout – light rhythms tippling along with a bit of electric bass in the mix, but still plenty of room for Raim to carve out his own strong lines on guitar – almost in a way that makes the whole thing feel like a lost late 60s A&M session, even though the set was done for Mercury in the middle part of the decade. Bobby Scott produced, Raim arranged, and titles include "There's Music" and "The Teacher" – plus groovy covers like "La Ronde", "Toys In The Attic", and "I Will Wait For You". LP, Vinyl record album
(Red label mono pressing with deep groove.)
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✨✧ Larry Page OrchestraKinky Music ... LP
Richmond/Trading Places (UK), 1965. New Copy (reissue)... Out Of Stock
Larry Page was a big figure in the British music scene of the 60s – manager of the Kinks, and a growing force in record production too – so much so, he decided to put himself in the limelight as the leader of this all-instrumental set of songs by his most famous group! Ray Davies arranged all the tunes, and the readings follow pretty closely to the structure of original Kinks tunes – but shift things up with the instruments used – adding in more horns, shifting a keyboard for a guitar, or vice versa – and filling up the space in the middle to cover up the absence of the vocals! The set is also noteworthy for a bit of guitar by a young Jimmy Page – and titles include "One Fine Day", "Come On Now", "Tired Of Waiting For You", "Don't Ever Change", "You Really Got Me", "Just Can't Go To Sleep", "Everybody's Gonna Be Happy", and "All Day & All Of The Night". LP, Vinyl record album

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