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Pucho & The Latin Soul BrothersMucho Pucho ... CD
Timeless/Ultra Vybe (Japan), 1997. New Copy ... $13.99
A great revival set for Pucho & The Latin Soul Brothers – recorded at a time when the group was firmly coming back into the limelight, thanks to discovery and new appreciation by a generation of younger listeners! Pucho's still very much at the top of his game here – and brings in some 70s funk currents to freshen up his sound, but in a way that comes off better on this album than some of his other records of the same vintage. There's maybe one mis-step in which he has an MC doing a bit of rhyme, but the instrumental component of the other tracks is quite strong – sometimes funk, sometimes straighter Latin jazz – with instrumentation that includes vibes, trumpet, alto, and a bit of organ too. Titles include "Mission Impossible", "Kool & The Gang", "Heat", "Blues March", "Russ Dewbury Mambo", and "The Pain". CD

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✨✧ VariousWinter Warnerland 1988 – Warner Brothers Promo 2LP set ... LP
Warner, 1988. Used 2LP ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
One of the coolest Christmas albums issued during the 80s – a promo-only 2LP set from Warner Brothers, featuring a host of special songs, and a number of special radio station ID bits as well! The range of artists is pretty great – and titles include "Don't Drink & Drive Duh" and "Pee Wee Wilbury ID" by Pee Wee Herman, "Ways To Save Money At Christmas" by Julie Brown, "Santa Claus Is Getting Down" by Jesse Ed Davis, "Blue Christmas" by Danielle Dax, "Santa" by Throwing Muses, "Deck The Halls" by REM, "Rudolph The Manic Reindeer" by Los Lobos, "Silver Bells" by Jim Horn, "Christmas Without You" by Tommy Pge, "Cold Chillin Christmas" by Cold Chillin Juice Crew, and "God Rest The House" by Jeff Lorber. Also features Holiday station ID bits from Apollonia, James Ingram, ZZ Top, Ofra Haza, Lou Reed, Peter Cetera, Randy Travis, and Traveling Wilburys. LP, Vinyl record album
(Red & green vinyl pressing, including the printed inner sleeves. Cover and labels have a name in marker.)

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✨✧ Chip TaylorLast Chance/Some Of Us ... CD
Warner/Morello (UK), 1973/1974. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A pair of great albums from Chip Taylor – an artist who finally seems to be getting his due! Last Chance is a stone classic from Taylor – a very hip cat who was raised in New York, wrote a number of big pop hits in the 60s, but was always much more comfortable with country music in the end! The album's not straight country – but instead that perfect blend of rock roots and Nashville inspiration that was bubbling up in the American underground in the wake of the Byrds and Burrito Brothers – tried by many, but delivered by only a rare few like Chip at a level this good! The tunes are great – very thoughtful songwriting that puts Taylor on a par with Willie Nelson and Kris Kristofferson – and the backup group features some great steel guitar from Pete Drake, who really helps set the mood. Titles include "I Read It In Rolling Stone", "Son Of A Rotten Gambler", "The Real Thing", "101 In Cashbox", "Last Chance", and "I Wasn't Born In Tennessee". Some Of Us features singer/songwriter Chip Taylor at the height of his powers – finding a very comfortable space in the realm of mid 70s country rock – a genre he helped inspire with his own well-written songs for others in the 60s! The set's got a vibe that's maybe a bit more adult than some of Chip's other work – maybe an undercurrent of sadness that colors these tunes in a mode that's similar to some of Mickey Newbury's material from the time, although possibly a bit more put-together overall. And the record was done in Massachusetts, away from some of the more cliched crossover sounds of Nashville – which helps preserve Taylor's intent nicely. Songs include "Early Sunday Morning", "If You're Ever In Warsaw", "Comin From Behind", "If I Can't Be In Austin", and "Me As I Am". CD

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