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Deon JacksonLove Makes The World Go Round ... CD
Atlantic/Collectors Choice, 1966. New Copy ... $5.99 11.98
Great stuff from one of our favorite soul vocalists of the 60s! We love Deon Jackson – we love his sweetly honest vocal style, we love his songs, and we love the great production he gets from the legendary Ollie McLaughlin! This album is the only one he ever cut – and it's a masterpiece all the way through! Ollie's production mixes some wonderful lilting qualities with rollicking hard soul – it's a far-reaching approach that works incredibly well with Deon's unique approach to the vocals! Includes the super-hit "Love Makes The World Go Round" and a charming uptown soul take on "King Of The Road", plus "Come Back Home", "1-2-3", "You Said You Love Me", "SOS", "Love Is What You Make It" and "Hush Little Baby". CD

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Quicksilver Messenger ServiceLost Gold & Silver – Unreleased Quicksilver Messenger Service ... CD
Collectors Choice, Late 60s. Used 2 CDs ... $13.99
(Out of print.)

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✨✧ LaVern BakerSaved (plus bonus tracks) ... CD
Atlantic/Collectors Choice, 1959. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Beautiful stuff from LaVern – and a record that combines the testifying hit "Saved", with some more great R&B material as well as some grandly accented vocal tunes – great stuff all around! LaVern's talent was great enough that she could slip between a number of styles and pull it all off beautfully – so the set may not have so coherent of of a flow, but as a batch of great songs by a wonderful vocal diva it's hard to beat. Titles include "Shake A Hand", "Bumble Bee", "Senor Big & Fine", "Must I Cry Again", and "For Love Of You". This edition includes 6 bonus tracks: "No Love So True", "Hey Memphis", "Loads Of Love", "You Don't Tell Me", "Eagar Beaver" and "Itty Bitty Girl". Very nice! CD
(Out of print, punch through barcode.)

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✨✧ Sammy Davis JrSammy Davis Jr Sings Mel Torme's California Suite ... CD
Collectors Choice, Mid 60s. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
One of the harder to find Sammy records, and one of the best! Sammy takes Mel Torme's drippy "California Suite", an extended work about how great California is – and he turns it into an extended chat between Sammy and a friend in a bar in New York City, with twists and turns that are way jazzier, and way hipper than Mel's version, which features a whiny woman playing the part of the New Yorker. Side two of the record features some great sensitive versions of Mel Torme tunes – like "Welcome To The Club", "A Stranger Called The Blues", and "Willow Road". Arrangements by Marty Paich, too – one of Mel's best arrangers! CD

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✨✧ Electric Prunes (with David Axelrod)Mass In F Minor ... CD
Reprise/Collectors Choice, 1967. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A beautifully baroque batch of tracks, written and arranged for the Electric Prunes by the great David Axelrod – a really groundbreaking mix of modes that had quite an impact back in the late 60s! The record shows Axelrod's perpetual fascination with the spiritual – mixed with that great modern style of funk that he was forging at Capitol during the late 60s. The record's not really preachy, nor is it proggy. It's more of a complex blueprint of rock, jazz, funk, and touches of soul – all hung together on the same sort of "mass" structure that Axelrod would later use with Cannonball and on his own. Titles include "Kyrie Eleison", "Gloria", "Benedictus", and "Sanctus". CD

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✨✧ Redd FoxxUp Against The Wall ... CD
Warner/Collectors Choice, 1969. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Redd's in his home turf here, recording at the Redd Foxx nightclub in LA – and every bit as great as on some of his other 60s live dates from Vegas! The key to Redd's style here is timing – a delivery that's a lot more subtle than you might expect from his famous TV work – more based on word play, pauses, and storytelling ability – often with material that's a lot more blue than you'd hear in the mainstream, but still a heck of a lot classier and more sophisticated than 70s party comics to come. Brilliant stuff throughout – and the album's a great illustration of how Foxx had the stuff to break out of the underground and hit the mainstream big! CD
(Out of print.)

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✨✧ Let's ActiveBig Plans For Everybody (with bonus tracks) ... CD
Collectors Choice, 1986. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
(Out of print.)

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✨✧ Harpo MarxHarpo In Hi Fi/Harpo At Work ... CD
Collectors Choice, 1957/1958. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
(Out of print.)

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✨✧ VariousGreat Lost Elektra Singles Vol 1 ... CD
Elektra/Collectors Choice, 1960s. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A very cool little compilation – one that features some gems that were only issued on Elektra Records as singles during the 60s – tracks that never saw any sort of LP release! There's some great goodies here – including rare Byrds material, issued under the name of The Beefeaters – on cuts "Please Let Me Love You" and "Don't Be Long". Phil Ochs turns in a weird electric rock version of "I Ain't Marching Anymore", Judy Collins sings Dylan's "I'll Keep It With Mine", David Ackles sings "La Route A Chicago", Eclection does "Mark Time", and the pre-Blue Oyster Cult Stalk/Forrest Group sings "Arthur Comics" and "What Is Quicksand". CD

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