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Bob Crewe GenerationLet Me Touch You (Bell) ... LP
Bell, Early 70s. Very Good ... $4.99
Recorded after his famous Music To Watch Girls By LP, and with a sound that's similar, but which also has a cool moody sound to it that's less camp than the "Girls" LP. There's lots of cool arrangements and weird instrumental twists, as you'd expect from Bob at this time, and the LP includes a version of his own "Barbarella", plus "Let Me Touch You" and "An Angel Is Love". Great stuff, with a cool easy groove. LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has light wear.)

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✨✧ Bob Crewe GenerationStreet Talk (Advance) ... LP
Elektra, 1976. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A set that has Bob Crewe stretching out in an album-length concept setting – one that draws heavily on the best disco styles of the time, and which tells the tale of a young boy from the Midwest, making the scene on the west coast during the post-Stonewall years. The sound is surprisingly great – not the cheesy throwaway pop disco you'd expect for such a set – and instead this really well-crafted larger orchestral approach to grooving, drawn hevily from Crewe's contemporaneous forays into soul with Kenny Nolan. Bob sings some of the lead vocals himself, and the album also features lyrics from Richard Mirayes, Jon Joyce, and Lu Ann Simms – on titles that include "Cherry Boy", "Back Alley Boogie", "Menage A Trois", "Ah Men", and "Time For You & Me". LP, Vinyl record album
(White label promo in an advance cover, with light wear and some notes in pencil.)

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✨✧ Bob Crewe GenerationMusic To Watch Birds By ... LP
Dyno Voice, 1967. Used Gatefold ... Out Of Stock
Groovy, BABY! Bob Crewe's swingin' follow-up to his Music to Watch Girls By, given a slightly Brit easy twist with cuts like "Birds of Britain", and "Chelsea Girls". Very groovy, with a swingin London sound. As the lyrics to "Birds" go, "Chasin after chicks is kicks, but when I spend my time in England, here's the word: I want a bird!". LP, Vinyl record album
(Stereo pressing with deep groove.)

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