Skip navigation
Scripting is disabled or not working. requires JavaScript to function correctly.
Style sheets are disabled or not working. requires style sheets to function correctly.

All Categories — All



Glades Edit search

Sort by
Close matches: 9
Close matches1
CD, LP, Vinyl record album cover art
LatimoreDig A Little Deeper ... LP
Glades, 1978. Sealed ... $9.99
Latimore's digging deeper, and sounding greater than ever – working at Muscle Shoals with some great Miami production from Steve Alaimo – and coming across with a sound that's even warmer and more sophisticated than before – yet still very true to its deep soul roots too! At a time when some of Latimore's contemporaries might have been heading for the disco, he keeps it real and focuses on the best mellow modes that always made him so great – particularly those which use keyboards next to his unique vocal approach. Heck, even the album's odd cover of "Tonight's The Night" sounds pretty darn great – although we're even more partial to the original tracks like "Out To Get Cha", "We Got To Hit It Off", and "Dig A Little Deeper" – as well as his sweet version of George Jackson's "Ain't Nothing Like A Sweet Woman's Love". LP, Vinyl record album
(Still sealed! Cover has a cutout notch and 'best entertainment' sticker.)

Close matches2
CD, LP, Vinyl record album cover art
LatimoreIt Ain't Where You Been ... LP
Glades, 1976. Very Good ... $12.99
Latimore couldn't help being a soul genius – and even on a record like this, which didn't really yield any hits, he still comes through loud and clear, with a deep rich soul voice, backed by some great mellow soul arrangements. The album includes a great slow mellow version of "I Get Lifted", a perennial Miami soul hit – plus the tracks "All The Way Lover", "Sweet Vibrations", and "Let's Do It In Slow Motion". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a name in pen on both sides and is lightly bent at the spine. Labels have some pen.)

Close matches3
CD, LP, Vinyl record album cover art
LatimoreLatimore ... LP
Glades, 1973. Very Good+ ... $11.99
Latimore's first album – and a classic bit of Miami soul! The record's something of a groundbreaker – as it mixes older southern soul with some bluesy inflections – using small combo instrumentation and a warm sweet sound on production to create a new groove that pushed soul music a few steps farther into the future for the 70s, and which forever guaranteed a place for older blues artists who were willing to update their sound! The album includes Latimore's classic version of "Stormy Monday", done in a modern stepping groove that's quite different than earlier versions – plus the tracks "(Be Yourself) Be Real", "So Much Love", "If You Were My Woman", and a version of "For What It's Worth" that begins with a very cool melodica groove! LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a cutout notch, light wear, name in pen on front and back. Label has some pen too.)

Close matches4
CD, LP, Vinyl record album cover art
✨✧ LatimoreMore More More Latimore – Let's Straighten It Out ... CD
Glades/Solid (Japan), 1974. New Copy ... Just Sold Out!
Pure genius from the legendary Latimore – and a record that's a perfect illustration of the way the man could effortlessly mix blues roots, southern soul, and a whole new Miami groove for the 70s! The record is easily one of Latimore's best – and has these vocals that grab us right from the start – filled with feeling, and mixed with sublime lines on Fender Rhodes that inflect everything with a fresh, new sound – way different than any cluttered cliches of the previous few decades, in a style that few others have ever tried again! And in addition to Rhodes, Latimore also plays a bit of Hammond and melodica on the album too – the latter of which really furthers the laidback, trippy sound of the grooves – and which makes for one of the most unique TK albums of the time. Little Beaver plays guitar on the album – and in addition to the massive long album version of "Let's Straighten it Out", other tracks include "Ain't Nothin' You Can Do", "Put Pride Aside", "I Don't Know", "Ain't Nothing You Can Do", and "That's How It Is". CD

Close matches5
CD, LP, Vinyl record album cover art
Irene ReidTwo Of Us ... LP
Glades, 1976. Very Good+ ... $18.99
Cool, classy work from the great Irene Reid – a set that's got all the deep soul vocals of her previous albums, but also a nicely jazzy vibe, too – one that gives Reid a sophisticated style that almost feels a bit like Marlena Shaw or Nancy Wilson in the way the tunes take off – even though Irene is very much her own woman throughout! Arrangements are by Bert Keyes, and the record's got a number of original tunes written by producer Buddy Scott – nicely fresh material that has this laidback, mature vibe that's mighty nice – as Irene steps slinkily into the lyrics on titles that include "Two Of Us", "Treat Me Good", "I'll Get You Over", "No Yesterday", and "Brand New Me". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a small mark from sticker removal, a cutout notch, and light ring and edge wear.)

Close matches6
CD, LP, Vinyl record album cover art
Timmy ThomasYou're The Song I've Always Wanted To Sing ... LP
Glades, 1974. Very Good+ ... $11.99 14.99
A Miami soul masterpiece from start to finish – and a lesser-known record from drum machine hit maestro Timmy Thomas! The album's got the feel of Timmy's classic Why Can't We Live Together album – but the overall sound is a bit fuller and richer, with a soulfulness that grabs us right away – and holds on through the entire set! Most of the tracks have that warm percolating early drum machine undercurrent that Timmy virtually pioneered at the time – followed by some great guitar work from Willie "Little Beaver" Hale, and some vocals from Timmy that sometimes have a nice deep soul feel. The album's worth it alone for the title track "You're The Song I've Always Wanted To Sing" – but the whole thing's great, and tracks include "Deep In You", "Let Me Be Your Eyes", "I've Got To See You Tonight", "One Brief Moment", "Ebony Affair", and "Deep In You". LP, Vinyl record album
(Spanish pressing in a laminate cover with light ring wear, ink stamp on back.)

Close matches7
CD, LP, Vinyl record album cover art
✨✧ LatimoreDig A Little Deeper/Let Me Go ... 7-inch
Glades, 1978. Very Good+ ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
... 7-inch, Vinyl record

Close matches8
CD, LP, Vinyl record album cover art
✨✧ Seven SeasMiami Sound ... CD
Glades/Ultra Vybe (Japan), 1976. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Back in the mid 70s, The Miami Sound was a great one – a sweet southern Florida mix of New York disco with some warmer funk touches – made very big by the growing soul empire of TK Records, but maybe done best when served up by one of the more obscure groups on the label! That's definitely the case here – as the record's the only one we've ever seen by the Seven Seas, but has a sharp, tight vibe that really gets at the core of the TK sound – snapping, syncopated rhythms that almost point the way towards 80s club – mixed with a warm mix of acoustic and electric elements that really come together with plenty of funky power. Arrangements are by Mike Lewis – and titles include covers of "Do It (Til You're Satisfied)", "Bad Luck", "Fight The Power", and "Swearin To God" – plus the funky original "Super Jaws". CD

Close matches9
CD, LP, Vinyl record album cover art
✨✧ Timmy ThomasWhy Can't We Live Together ... LP
Glades, 1972. Very Good ... Out Of Stock
A landmark album from Timmy Thomas – one that mixes together electronics and soul in this wonderfully unique mellow groove – a style that's hardly ever been matched again, and which may well put this album at the same level as Shuggie Otis' classic Inspiration Information set! Timmy's working here in a very unusual format – one that takes spare drum-machine beats, adds in warm keyboard chords, and graces the whole thing with smooth vocals to give it a real dose of soul! The contrast between the colder beats and Timmy's sweetly crackling voice is amazing – and creates a sound that echoes with love, loss, and loneliness – making the album one of the finest to come from the growing Miami scene of the 70s. Includes the landmark title cut "Why Can't We Live Together", plus "Dizzy Dizzy World", "The Coldest Days Of My Life", "Funky Me", "Take Care Of Home", "In The Beginning", and "Cold Cold People". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a cutout notch, some wear and aging, and a stain in front and along the bottom.)
Also available Why Can't We Live Together (with bonus tracks) ... CD 13.99
Possible matches: 1
Possible matches10
CD, LP, Vinyl record album cover art
Archie Bell & The DrellsLet's Groove – The Archie Bell & The Drells Story ... CD
Big Break (UK), Late 60s/Early 70s. New Copy 2CD ... $16.99 24.99
A great great group who never lost their groove – featured here on a set that's the first-ever label-spanning collection of their genius! The set begins with a huge amount of tracks from the Atlantic Records years of Archie Bell & The Drells – records that start with their raw Texas funk groove, then move into the group hitting a Philly soul mode – which they do wonderfully, and continue to expand their sound in a really great way! The second half focuses on their sublime 70s Philly gems for Gamble & Huff – tracks that showed up on the Philadelphia International family of labels, and which had Archie and the group sounding equally great on the modern club dancefloors! There's also some rare material that was recorded in between these stretches for the Glades label – and the 44 track, 2CD set is overflowing with rare gems, well-remembered favorites, and other well-chosen tracks. Titles include "Soul City Walk", "I Love My Baby", "My Balloon's Going Up", "You Never Know What's On A Woman's Mind", "Girls Grow Faster Than Boys", "Old People", "Strategy", "Show Me How To Dance", "Glad You Could Make It (12" disco)", "Go For What You Know", "Showdown", "Dog Eat Dog", "A Soldier's Prayer 1967", "Do The Choo Choo", "Girl You're Too Young", "Don't Let The Music Slip Away", "Wrap It Up", "Deal With Him", "Archie's In Love", "Ain't Nothing For A Man In Love", "I've Been Missing You", and "Nothing Comes Easy". CD
Partial matches: 3
Partial matches11
CD, LP, Vinyl record album cover art
George Harrison & OthersConcert For Bangladesh ... LP
Apple, 1971. Very Good+ 3LP Box Set ... $24.99 29.99
... LP, Vinyl record album
(Includes booklet and original sleeves. Cover has light edge & surface wear, some split seams, but is sturdy overall.)

Partial matches12
CD, LP, Vinyl record album cover art
✨✧ Waylon JenningsFolk Country/Leavin Town/Waylon Sings Ol Harlan/Nashville Rebel ... CD
RCA/Morello (UK), Late 60s. New Copy 2CD ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Four fantastic early albums from Waylon Jennings – all served up in a single package! First up is Folk Country – a mid 60s classic from Waylon Jennings – cut for RCA at a time when the singer was really beginning to find his own style! While not really a folk album, the use of the word in the title is maybe key to an understanding of Waylon's approach here – as he's already trying to go past the conventions of mainstream country music, and maybe bring in some of the depth of material and presentation that you'd be more likely to find from a folk singer – but all while still staying very true to the country music core that would hold strong over the decades! There's some great material on the album – and titles include "Another Bridge To Burn", "Cindy Of New Orleans", "I Don't Mind", "What Makes A Man Wander", "Look Into My Teardrops", and "Down Came The World". Leavin Town is a record with a really fantastic sense of spirit – from the rough-around-the-edges look of Waylon Jennings on the cover, to the album's presentation of music that really shows the deeper style of the singer at the start – tunes of yearning and searching that still sound fantastic all these many years later! The production is still somewhat in the Nashville RCA mode, but there's also some deeper currents that seem as if they're trying to pull in some of the hipper side of the scene too – served up nicely on titles that include "Leavin Town", "Anita You're Dreaming", "Doesn't Anybody Know My Name", "I Wonder Just Where I Went Wrong", "Time Will Tell The Story", "Baby Don't Be Looking In My Mind", and "Time To Bum Again". Next up is Wayon Sings Ol Harlan – a tribute to songwriter Harlan Howard! As with the best of his contemporaries, Waylon Jennings was always ready to acknowledge how important a good songwriter was to his music – definitely the case here on this late 60s tribute to the work of Harlan Howard! Howard wasn't the biggest star in the studio himself, but he gave key songs to a number of country acts in the 60s – and the rock-solid quality of his songs makes the album a real standout in the early RCA catalog of Waylon Jennings – a no-filler collection that's filled with gems that include "Sunset & Vine", "Busted", "Woman Let Me Sing You A Song", "She's Gone Gone Gone", "In This Very Same Room", "Heartaches For A Dime", "Tiger By The Tail", and "The Everglades". Last up is Nashville Rebel – a pretty nice soundtrack from the mid 60s – featuring a mixture of vocal and instrumental tunes, sung by Waylon Jennings, who also stars in the film, and arranged by Chet Atkins, who's also producing the album. Waylon's in fine form, and often singing with a style that's more expressive than earlier records, maybe because of his presence on the screen – and the instrumentals are great too – with kind of a honky tonk mod approach, similar to tracks you'd find in another groovy 60s soundtrack, but with a bit of a country twist. This means that you've got heavy twang in the guitar upfront, tightly snapping rhythms over a bit of strings, and a bit of organ or piano. Titles include "Lang's Theme", "Rush Street Blues", "Hoodlum", "Tennessee", "Silver Ribbons", "Nashville Bum", and "Green River". CD

Partial matches13
CD, LP, Vinyl record album cover art
✨✧ Farida Parveen & Gazi Abdul HakimLive In Holland ... CD
Laser Vision (Bangladesh), 2009. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
... CD

⇑ Top