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✨✧ Gene ClarkGene Clark – Collector's Series – Early LA Sessions ... LP
Columbia, Late 60s. Near Mint- ... Just Sold Out!
Some of Gene's first recorded output after bolting the Byrds, and a redux of its original release, as Gene Clark With The Gosdin Brothers. The tunes stand proudly with Gene's Byrds output in overall quality, with his distinctive character stretched to its full solo potential. The LA part of the title is fitting as well, with guests including Van Dyke Parks and Leon Russell adding some nice west coast polish to the rural atmosphere provided by Gene, the Gosdins, and Glen Campell. Classic stuff, and great to have back on vinyl! Includes "Tried So Hard", "Keep on Pushin'", "Think I'm Gonna Feel Better", "The Same One", "So You Say You Lost Your Baby", and more. LP, Vinyl record album
(Original 70s issue. Cover has a small peeled spot from price sticker removal.)
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✨✧ Arthur RussellWorld Of Echo ... CD
Audika, 1986. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
An incredibly beautiful set of work from Arthur Russell – one of the few records to be issued under his own name during his tragically short life – and a hauntingly spare blend of vocals, hand percussion, and solo cello – recorded with more than enough echo to live up to the title! The style is incredibly hard to peg – at times delivered with an almost Nick Drake-like approach that's extremely personal, but also sharing some styles with the mellower work of Suicide and other New York art rock groups from Russell's generation. Russell's voice billows out in a field of echo, directed almost imperceptibly by resonant notes on an electrified cello, and bumped along by muted rhythms that have almost no "attack" but lots of delay. One thing is extremely clear: that the album, which virtually died upon release back in the 80s, was years ahead of its time – and has a quality that easily ranks it as one of the most inventive recordings of its decade. The whole thing's as surprisingly appealing as it is experimental, and this extra-deluxe package features a number of additional tracks. Titles include "Wax The Van", "Tone Bone Kone", "Answers Me", "Being It", "She's The Star/I Take This Time", "Tree House", "See Through", "Lucky Cloud", "Happy Ending", "Tower Of Meaning/Rabbit's Ear/Home Away From Home", and "Our Last Night Together". CD

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Jon GibsonSongs & Melodies 1973-1977 ... LP
Superior Viaduct, Mid 70s. New Copy 2LP (reissue)... $23.99 29.99
Minimalist brilliance from Jon Gibson – a composer/musician who worked with some of the greats of his generation, and also made some wonderful music on his own! This package features music recorded in and around New York in the mid 70s, often recorded by Kurt Munkacsi, the engineer who made Phillip Glass' recordings sound so great – and the performances range from solo works on piano, organ, and solo soprano sax – to group performances with musicians who include Arthur Russell on cello, Barbara Benary on violin, and Julius Eastman on piano. All works are beautifully minimal and cyclical – and titles include "Equal Distribution", "Solo For Saxophone", "Melody IV", "Song 1", "Melody", and "Song 2". (Out Sound, Rock) LP, Vinyl record album

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