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✨✧ Four FreshmenSwingers ... LP
Capitol, Early 60s. Very Good ... Just Sold Out!
A rare one from The Four Freshmen – an album that never turns up on vinyl, and is some of their best work of the 60s! The group is working in a tight jazzy mode – layering their harmonies with arrangements that are a bit more sophisticated than some of their earlier pop, but which also have a more straight jazz sound in parts. The overall feel is great, and you can't beat the boys great harmonies! Titles include "Lulu's Back In Town", "Lullaby Of Birdland", "Dynaflow", "Taps Miller", "I'm Gonna Go Fishin", and "Let's Take A Walk Around The Block". LP, Vinyl record album
(Rainbow label pressing. Cover has clear tape along the top seam.)
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Sister SledgeWhen The Boys Meet The Girls ... LP
Atlantic, 1985. Near Mint- ... $2.99
When the boys meet the girls, the hair gets pretty frizzy – but the music's still plenty darn great! Sister Sledge are back again with producer Nile Rodgers for this mid 80s effort – getting that trademark Rodgers groove that really helped the sisters pick up some new energy at the time! The grooves are heavy on keyboards, beats, and riffing guitars – a bit less funky than Rodgers' work with Chic, but still nicely focused, and often free from the more commercial traps that could sometimes mar 80s soul. Rodgers plays guitar on all tracks, and titles include "When The Boys Meet The Girls", "Dancing On The Jagged Edge", "Frankie", "You're Fine", "Following The Leader", "Peer Pressure", "Hold Out Poppy", "The Boy Most Likely", and "You Need Me". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a promo stamp and hype sticker.)

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VariousBad Boys – Original Soundtrack ... LP
Capitol, 1982. Near Mint- ... $4.99
A pretty cool little soundtrack to this early Sean Penn film – one that starred him as a tough JD on the streets of Chicago! The score was written by Bill Conti – bu tthis album doesn't include any work by Bill at all – just some great electro soul tracks that burst out with a sweet 80s groove! The best of the late Capitol Rare sound is firmly in place here – tight rhythms, an upbeat bouncing groove, and strongly soulful vocals with a nice little hook! Soul tunes include "One More Time" by McFadden & Whitehead, "Too Hot To Be Cool" by Ebonee Webb, "Don't Go Away" by Melba Moore, "Street Corner" by Ashford & Simpson, "Superstar" by T Connection", and "Check Us Out" by Light Of The World – and as an added bonus, you also get Billy Squier singing the sublime "In The Dark"! LP, Vinyl record album

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