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VariousUniversal Sounds Of House ... LP
High On Rhythm (UK), 2002. New Copy 2LP ... $16.99
A set that's as far reaching and ambitious as its title! The package was compiled by Cleveland Anderson of Black Masses – and it's an excellent sampling of spiritual house from around the globe. The tracks are pulled from hard to find import and independent singles – and all are presented in their full-length mixes, which makes for a mighty long set! Titles include "Ain't No Running Away (Ricanstruction voc mix)" by Willy Washington with Paula Ralph, "I Can't Wait" by Andy Caldwell, "Keep It To Myself (Eric Kupper rmx)" by Su Su Bobien, "Star Suite (Blaze Shelter voc mix)" by Mondo Grosso, "The Sun Will Shine" by Serenity Project with David Blak, "Dimini (Matty's II Deep Allstar mix)" by Mory Kante, "Melody" by The BBN, and "Street Life (classic voc mix)" by Jamie Lewis with Chance. LP, Vinyl record album
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Proh MicRhythm For Days 2.0 EP – Easy Lovin U/Joy/Turn It Over (inst, Tony Ozier rmx)/Sleep In Girl (inst) ... 12-inch
All Natural, 2015. New Copy ... $7.99
A fresh EP of remixes/reworks/instrumentals from Proh Mic's excellent Rhythm For Days for Chicago's All Natural family – which is one of the finer, contemporary trends-skirting, most strongly built to last independent hip hop projects from the Chicago scene of past few years! Includes "Easy Lovin' U", "Joy", Turn It Over" with Coultrain (Tony Ozier remix), and instrumental versions of "Turn It Over" and "Sleep In Girl". 12-inch, Vinyl record

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✨✧ Mat SnowBeatles Solo –The Illustrated Chronicles Of John, Paul, George, & Ringo After The Beatles (hardcover) ... Book
Race Point, 2013. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
The Beatles solo, but packaged together too – in a lavish slipcover set that features individual books on the post-Beatles careers of Paul McCartney, John Lennon, Ringo Starr, and George Harrison! The presentation is beautiful – four hardcover volumes that are filled with photos and other images – each tracing the independent musical work of the artists – alongside other memorabilia, and album reviews too. The contents aren't super-deep, but the set more than makes up for it with its overall look – a heavy, impressive package that will sit nicely on your record shelves next to your favorite records by the Fab Four, and their solo projects too. Over 400 pages between the books, with heavy hardcover bindings, a heavy slipcase, and a great graphic style. Book

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