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Dexter GordonGotham City ... LP
Columbia, 1981. Very Good ... $6.99
... LP, Vinyl record album
(Japanese pressing, with insert.)

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Neal HeftiHefti in Gotham City ... LP
RCA, 1966. Very Good ... $19.99
Hefti nicely follows up his first Batman LP – with a set of tracks that have an equally jazzy bounce to them! The tunes are a bit farther-stretching in terms of their "Batman" component, but still have a great Gotham City groove – nice and 60s, with the usual wonderful Hefti soundtrack touches. Titles include "King Tut's Tomb", "Senorita Boo Bam", "Fingers", "The Lonely Greek", "Mother Gotham", "Gotham City Municipal Swing Band", "Honorable Batman", and "Soul City". LP, Vinyl record album
(Mono Dynagroove pressing with deep groove. Cover has sale sticker remnants on front, with a demonstration stamp and a bit of pen on back.)
 
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Charlie GonzalezCharlie Gonzalez ... LP
Gotham/Krazy Kat (UK), Early 50s. Near Mint- ... $9.99
A great blend of jump blues and R&B from Charlie Gonzalez – a singer with an amazing vocal range, presented here on a collection that also includes some unreleased tracks! LP, Vinyl record album

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Terry TeachoutDuke – A Life Of Duke Ellington ... Book
Gotham, 2013. New Copy ... $6.99 20.00
Terry Teachout gave us a wonderfully well-done biography of Louis Armstrong – and he follows suit here with an equally great volume on Duke Ellington – one that does an excellent job of balancing between biographical details and an understanding of his music! Teachout doesn't just focus on the oft-covered early years of Duke's music, but also vividly illustrates the changes and complexities of both the sounds and the artist during the postwar years – especially during the last decade or two of Ellington's life, which is some of our favorite work. The softcover book is almost 500 pages long, and includes a wealth of compelling source information too! Book

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✨✧ Tiny GrimesFrankie & Johnny Boogie/Riverside Jump ... 7-inch
Gotham, Early 50s. Used ... Out Of Stock
One of the first singles on this hip Philly label! 7-inch, Vinyl record
 
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✨✧ VariousYou Got Yours – East Bay Garage 1965 to 1967 ... CD
Big Beat (UK), Mid 60s. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Great garage work from the east side of the San Francisco Bay – a scene that's not nearly as well known for gritty rock as Los Angeles or the Pacific Northwest! This batch of nuggets really flips the lid off the East Bay scene – and shows that the area around Oakland was heavy in recording work during the mid 60s – a host of small labels, and countless bands who all had a great way with a fuzzy guitar riff, a tinny organ line, a rumbling drum part, and a dark-edged vocal. Nearly all of the acts here are completely new to our ears – brought to life brilliantly not only by the track selection, but also through the detailed liner notes and photos – clearly a huge amount of research by compiler Alec Palao. If you dig early Love or The Seeds, you'll find plenty to dig here too – and titles include "Luv Look Away" by The Baytovens, "Get Out Of My Eye" by The Soul Vendors, "Not The Least Bit True" by The Shillings, "Humpty Dumpty" by The Epics, "Bo Said" by Just Six, "Away Girl" by The Towaway Zone, "Where I Belong" by The Day Trippers, "Look At The Sun" by The Gants, "Gotta Find A New Love" by The Spyders, "Who Stole The Batmobile" by The Gotham City Crime Fighters, "Baby What's New" by Peter Wheat & The Breadmen, and "Tomorrow's Soul Sound" by The Harbinger Complex. CD
 
 
 



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