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Love Affair/Steve EllisTime Hasn't Changed Us – The Complete CBS Recordings 1967 to 1971 (3CD set) ... CD
CBS/RPM (UK), Late 60s/Early 70s. New Copy 3 CDs ... $19.99
A really great run of music from The Love Affair, and later solo lead singer Steve Ellis – a group who were born in the same soulful brew as bigger mid 60s London acts like Traffic or The Spencer Davis Group – and who found in Ellis a similarly great lead singer to really give them focus! Yet while some of the other mod groups of the time maybe moved into headier territory, The Love Affair, and later Ellis, always were happy to keep things in this great mode that was more pop, but still with a very soulful approach on the vocals – and produced with almost the same sort of spectacular sounds that you'd hear from female singers like Dusty Springfield or Cilla Black, especially as the music moves on. The solo Ellis material is especially wonderful – and includes the very groovy tunes he did for the film Loot – and this stunning 3CD set features a whopping 67 tracks in all, with titles that include "Everlasting Love", "More More More", "Loot", "I Got A Feelin", "Can't Stop Worryin", "Bringing On Back The Good Times", "Another Day", "One Road", "Handbags & Gladrags", "Bring My Whole World Tumbling Down", and "Walk On Gilded Splinters". CD

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✨✧ Jackie LeeTown I Live In – The EMI Years 1965 to 1967 ... CD
Poker (UK), Mid 60s. New Copy ... Just Sold Out!
Way more than just a collection of Jackie Lee's work for EMI in the mid 60s – as the set features almost as many unreleased tunes as it does actually-issued singles! The package offers a great look at the early years of this hip Brit female singer – a vocalist who ranks right up there with the 60s best by Sandie Shaw or Cilla Black, and like both of them (especially Black), has a great way of balancing bold vocals with a tightly syncopated groove! Backings are superb – and handled by Ivor Raymonde, Mike Leander, and Les Reed – all names we can trust for very groovy things at this point in their career – and the package also features a number of tracks that Lee recorded under the name of Emma Rede, plus two done with The Shadows as well. And before you complain, the material here was actually issued under the Columbia label at the time – which had ties to EMI – hence the title. Tracks include "Lonely Clown", "Love Is Gone", "So Love Me", "When The Boys Talk About The Girls", "The Town I Live In", "Just Like A Man", "Your Other Love", "For The Last Time", "Window Cleaner", and "Someday You'll Love Me". CD

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✨✧ VariousMusic To Watch Girls By Vol 3 ... CD
Columbia (UK), 1960s. Used 2 CDs ... Out Of Stock
An excellent batch of easy tunes from the 60s – and the 3rd entry in this wonderful series from the UK! This stuff's for the hardcore – as it's the really big easy listening stuff that used to play on the radio in the 60s, and not some obscure hipster grooves. Don't let that stop it from being great, though, because this mostly-vocal set is really sublime – featuring 43 excellent numbers that include "A Walk In The Black Forest" by Horst Jankowski, "Help Yourself" by Tom Jones, "Hey There" by Rosemary Clooney, "What Kind Of Fool Am I?" by Anthony Newley, "Last Date" by Floyd Cramer, "It's Impossible" by Perry Como, "I Say A Little Prayer" by Aretha Frankin, "I'll Try Anything" by Dusty Springfield, "Just A Gigolo" by Louis Prima, "Spooky" by Andy Williams, "Windows Of The World" by Scott Walker, "You're My World" by Cilla Black, "Je T'Aime . . . Moi Non Plus" by Serge Gainsbourg, "Excerpt From A Teenage Opera" by Keith West, "Never My Love" by The Association, and "Love Is Blue" by Paul Mauriat. CD

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