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✨✧ Milton DeluggMusic For Monsters, Munsters, Mummies, & Other TV Fiends (green vinyl pressing – 45rpm) ... LP
Epic/Real Gone, 1964. New Copy (reissue)... Out Of Stock
A gem of a record from the glory days of the American horror scene – particularly that point when the b-movie world got so camp, folks were able to have a bit of a laugh at its expense! Milton Delugg crafted this cool little set at a time when the airwaves were brimming over with The Munsters, Adams Family, and late night monster flicks – and the sound is kind of an extension of the musical modes of both shows, taken through straighter instrumental arrangements! Sonny Lester produced the set, and allows for a good number of jazzy elements – particularly on organ, which is used a fair bit throughout – probably played by a great musician whose name never got to appear on the credits. There's also electric guitar and lots of very dynamic horn parts – on titles that include "Bewitched", "Theme For Frankenstein", "Ghost Meets Ghoul", "Theme For Dracula", "The Outer Limits", "Adams Family", "Munsters Theme", and "Theme For The Thing". (Halloween, Now Sound) LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited edition of 900 – on "Ghoulish" green vinyl! Plays at 45rpm for added fidelity.)

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✨✧ Doodletown PipersSing Along 67 (Japanese paper sleeve edition – mono & stereo mixes) ... CD
Epic (Japan), 1967. Used ... Out Of Stock
60s hits, done groovily – thanks to a wonderful presentation by The Doodletown Pipers! The style is a wonderful take on the chorus approach used earlier in easy listening – turned here towards hipper, modder modes for the late 60s – one that's often got a nicely syncopated bounce in the bottom of the backings, and which comes off with bit of a whimsical feel, thanks to the choice of material! Arrangements are by Jimmy Bryant – who uses some sweet electric bass on most numbers – and the legendary Stu Phillips handled production, really giving the whole thing a great sunny sound! Titles include a great vocal version of "Spanish Flea", plus "Music To Watch Girls By", "Somethin Stupid", "Winchester Cathedral", "Almost Persuaded", "Let's Fall In Love", and "Born Free". (Vocalists, Now Sound) CD
(Out of print. Includes obi.)

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Panama FrancisExploding Drums! ... LP
Epic, Early 60s. Near Mint- ... $34.99
An album of drum-heavy tracks recorded by drummer Panama Francis – who at this point could boast a long career working with jazz luminaries like Duke Ellington, Lucky Millinder, and Cab Calloway. The set's got Francis using his drums to cook up a rock-like beat on a set of instrumentals. Most of the cuts have a honking sax or other instrument up front to create that "rock and roll" groove – but the best numbers feature Francis' drums in a more unfettered setting. Titles include "Exploding Drums", "Hit The Road Jack", "Panama The Drummer Boy", and "Sticks & Stones". (Jazz, Now Sound) LP, Vinyl record album
(Mono pressing. Label has a promo sticker. Cover has a sticker spot on back.)

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Jimmy WebbJim Webb Sings Jim Webb ... LP
Epic, Late 60s. Very Good+ ... $9.99
A very early album by this seminal songwriter from the late 60s! The record's the first we can find by Jimmy, and it's got him singing in a kind of pop vocalist style, with arrangements by Hank Levine, and backing on some tracks by a small vocal group. The record lacks the off-beat hipness of his Reprise albums – which may well be a plus – and it includes lots of original compositions, like "I Need You", "I Keep It Hid", "I'm In Need", and "Our Time Is Running Out". LP, Vinyl record album
(Yellow label stereo pressing.)

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