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✨✧ EmperorsKarate/I've Got To Have Her ... 7-inch
Mala, Late 60s. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Hiiiiiiiii-ya! "Karate" is a killer – the standout cut from The Emperors, and a fast free groover with a raw 60s party sound. There's a bubbling organ that runs over fast skipping drums – shouted vocals that blow out over the top, and a catchy breakdown in the chorus that will grab you right away! "Got To Have Her" is a sweet harmony tune – nice and mellow, and very well done! 7-inch, Vinyl record
(Promo in a Bell sleeve.)
 
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VariousLost Legends Of Surf Guitar (180 gram pressing) ... LP
Sundazed, Early 60s. New Copy 2LP Gatefold ... $33.99 34.98
A heck of a kickoff for a new series of surf guitar compilations on Sundazed – as it's one of best we've ever stocked! This is the real deal – a stellar assortment of raucous instrumental stormers that rippled through the regional scenes back in the day. It's underground surf-garage masterpieces with everything we love about the genre, but without the glossy pop cliches of the bigger budget copycats to come! Reverb-drenched guitars, rumbling rhythms, tense bits of organ, sax and more. Incredible! Includes "Loophole" by The Royal Coachmen, "Gear!" by Dave Myers And His Surftones, "The Breeze And I" by Steve And The Emperors, "The Rising Surf" by The Tandems, "Cemetery Stomp" by The Essex, "Ian Fleming Theme" by The Menn, "Exotic" by The Original Surfaris, "Banzai Washout" by The Catalinas, "Shootin' Beavers" by The Tornadoes, "Moondawg" by The Rhythm Rockers and more. 28 tracks on 2LPs – and all tracks in the original mono mixes! LP, Vinyl record album

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VariousMovements Vol 2 – 15 Deep Funk Pearls Compiled By Tobias Kirmayer ... CD
Perfect Toy (Germany), Late 60s/Early 70s. New Copy ... $6.99
A second turn in the Movements series on the Perfect Toy label – some of the most blazingly funky 45s you'll hear – put together by the Tobias Kirmayer of Tramp Records! Once again we're floored by how great all of this stuff sounds – some of the deepest, tightest funk material we've ever heard – with snapping drums, perfectly timed horn blasts – and some hard psychedelic soul touches of organ and wailing vocals – while never falling short of unfailingly funky! 15 great tracks: "If It Feels Good" by Phil Flowers, "There's A Wrinkle In Our Time" by 1984, "Don't Chain My Soul" by Carlton Basco, "My Mind Set Me Free Pt 1" by House Guests, "Now Is The Time" by Sisters Love, "Southern Fried Chicken Pts 1 & 2" by Bill Thomas & The Fendells, "Warm Daddy's Choice" by River Front Band, "Bring Out Yourself" by Emperors Soul 69, "Bahama Soul Stew" by Funky Nassau, "Motherless Child" by Harmonica Paul, "Arabian Funk" by Ray Anthony and more! CD

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✨✧ VariousBrunswick Lost Soul Vol 2 ... CD
Brunswick, Late 60s/Early 70s. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A funk and soul treasure trove – wicked rare work from the legendary Brunswick label – most of it only issued on 45s back in the 60s and early 70s, and not reissued on CD! The package is a stunner – a real surprise that shows us there's plenty to dig for at Brunswick when you get past the hits – some wonderful Windy City soul from the late 60s, and gritty New York cuts that balance things out nicely too – and which definitely show a harder-edged side of Brunswick than you'd guess from the label's better-known tracks. There's some great obscurities here – the kind of cuts that we'd normally only find on rare 45s – like "It's Gonna Be Good" by Johnny Jones & The King Casuals, "Baby It's Time" by Marshall & The Chi-Lites, "Just A Little Misunderstanding" by Johnny Williams, "You Are" by Bobby Reed, "I Want Something To Remember You By" by Marvin Smith, "How Can You Say Goodbye" by Sidney Joe Qualls, "Once You Fall In Love" by Eddie McLoyd, "Karate Boogaloo" by The Emperors, and "Talk A Little Louder" by Wales Wallace – plus rare Brunswick material by folks you'd normally associate with other labels – like "Sweet Temptation" by Isaac Hayes, "Easy Evil" by Walter Jackson, "Since You've Been Gone" by Major Lance, and "Try Some Of Mine" by Little Richard. CD
 
 
 
 



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