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✨✧ Johnny HammondStorm Warning ... LP
Milestone, 1977. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Recorded after his classic work with Larry Mizell, and produced by Johnny himself, but still trying to be very much in the Mizell-sounding vein. The group includes Carol Kaye on guitar, Ron Carter on bass, Ndugu on drums, and Bill Summers on percussion – and while the album is as over-the-top fantastic as Johnny's Gears LP, it's still a nice batch of California funky fusion tracks. Titles include "Lonely Dreamer", "Lady Smooth", "California Lovers", and "Quiet Storm". LP, Vinyl record album
(Includes the printed inner sleeve. Cover has light wear.)
 
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✨✧ Johnny Guitar WatsonJohnny Guitar Watson – At Onkel PO's Carnegie Hall Hamburg 1976 ... CD
Jazz Line (Germany), 1976. New Copy ... $15.99
Johnny Guitar Watson at the height of his 70s powers – working here on a fantastic live date that's a perfect showcase for his unique blend of soul, jazz, and blues – all delivered with a nicely hard edge! The set even begins with an instrumental workout, which gives the whole thing a different vibe than some of Watson's studio work of the time – then Johnny really opens things up with that charming vocal style that we love so much – a snakey, slinky approach that's filled with as much wit as soul – and which is often accompanied by some really great guitar work too! There's nicely trippy moments on the record – more of a link to Shuggie Otis than you might expect – and titles include "Cuttin In", "I Need It", "Superman Lover", "I Don't Want To Be A Lone Ranger", "Mister Magic", "Stormy Monday", and "Ain't That A Bitch". CD
Also available Johnny Guitar Watson – At Onkel PO's Carnegie Hall Hamburg 1976 ... LP 26.99

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Johnny Guitar WatsonJohnny Guitar Watson – At Onkel PO's Carnegie Hall Hamburg 1976 ... LP
Jazz Line (Germany), 1976. New Copy 2LP Gatefold ... $26.99
Johnny Guitar Watson at the height of his 70s powers – working here on a fantastic live date that's a perfect showcase for his unique blend of soul, jazz, and blues – all delivered with a nicely hard edge! The set even begins with an instrumental workout, which gives the whole thing a different vibe than some of Watson's studio work of the time – then Johnny really opens things up with that charming vocal style that we love so much – a snakey, slinky approach that's filled with as much wit as soul – and which is often accompanied by some really great guitar work too! There's nicely trippy moments on the record – more of a link to Shuggie Otis than you might expect – and titles include "Cuttin In", "I Need It", "Superman Lover", "I Don't Want To Be A Lone Ranger", "Mister Magic", "Stormy Monday", and "Ain't That A Bitch". LP, Vinyl record album
Also available Johnny Guitar Watson – At Onkel PO's Carnegie Hall Hamburg 1976 ... CD 15.99

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VariousJohnny D Presents Disco Jamms Vol 1 ... LP
BBE (UK), Late 70s/Early 80s. Near Mint- 2LP Gatefold ... $24.99
Deep, deep disco selected by Johnny "D" DeMairo – one of the more pivotal underground club music figures of the past couple decades, via his role in setting up the Henry Street imprint – here putting together an incredible set of the rare disco greatness! This the the expansive, floor-shaking, genre-straddling stuff that inspired the house and clubby soul scenes to come – and it's one of the best compilations of harder-to-find disco that's we've gotten our hands in years. The setlist features a divers mix of famous and lesser-remembered names – with styles ranging from straight forward disco stormers to strains of earlyish electro and 80s grooves – benchmark singles and inventive productions that bridge the eras! Tracks by Cerrone, Kasso, Skyy, The System, The O'Jays and more! 8 representative Disco Jamms that comfortably stretch out over 2LPs: "Spank (Instrumental Remix)" by Jimmy Bo Horne, "Key West (Jellybean Edit)" by Kasso, "Dub Till We Drop (Ben Liebrand Mix)" by Lafleur, "Dance Forever (DJ Verison)" by Gaucho, "Dirty Talk (Moplen Edit) Re-Edited by Luca Locatelli, "This Time Baby (LP Version)" by The O'Jays, "Think Fast (Instrumental)" by Pamela Joy, and "It's Passion (Dub)" by The System. LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Johnny Hodges & Wild Bill DavisBlue Pyramid ... LP
Verve, Mid 60s. Used ... Out Of Stock
A sweet little Verve set from the team of Wild Bill Davis and Johnny Hodges – 2 older players who both seemed to find new life in their music when working together! On Davis' part, the organist hits a more open, more modern approach to his instrument – one that clearly puts him at the level of some of his younger contemporaries on the soul jazz scene of the 60s. On Hodges' part, the pairing makes for a sometimes more relaxed style – and one that really helps him break out of the shadows of Ellington with a range of new settings and sounds! Other players here include Lawrence Brown, Jimmy Hamilton, Billy Butler, and Jimmy Jones –- all in varying arrangements, some small combo, some larger groups directed by Jones. Titles include "Pyramid", "Blues For Madeline", "When I'm Feelin Kinda Blue", "Rabbit Out Of The Hat", "Hash Brown", "At Dawn", and "Stormy Weather". LP, Vinyl record album
(MGM pressing with deep groove. Cover has light wear.)

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Little RichardPoor Dog/Little Bit Of Something ... 7-inch
Outta Sight (UK), 1967. New Copy ... $9.99
Two great tracks from the Okeh Records years of Little Richard! "Poor Dog" is a tune by Larry Williams and Johnny Watson – and it's got the same hard-rolling soul of their own great work at the time – a quick-stepping groove that really lets Richard's vocals soar! Williams also wrote the flipside – which is a storming Northern number that's completely different than Little Richard's early material – but still graced by his incredible voice! 7-inch, Vinyl record

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Al WilsonSearching For The Dolphins ... LP
Soul City, 1968. Near Mint- ... $4.99
A wonderful early album from soul singer Al Wilson – a well-crafted mix of modes that really stands out in late 60s pop – and which showed that Al was quite different than most of his contemporaries! The album's got some very hip production by Johnny Rivers – who was really stretching out his own sound at the time – and arrangements are by Gene Page and Marty Paich, who create a sublime blend of jazz, soul, and strings – plus a slight undercurrent of more righteous modes from the late 60s post-folk underground! In addition to straighter soul, Wilson sings a mix of hip contemporary compositions by Fred Neil, Jimmy Webb, and others – showing a depth of sound that's really wonderful. Instrumentation's by a small combo that includes Hal Blaine on drums, Larry Knechtel on keyboards, and some especially great flute from Jim Horn – whose sound here really brings some dark moments to the record. Titles include a classic version of Oscar Brown Jr's "The Snake" – which has gone onto become something of a dancefloor stormer over the years – plus the cuts "Shake Me Wake Me", "I Stand Accused", "Who Could Be Lovin You", "Brother Where Are You", "Summer Rain", "Do What You Gotta Do", and a groovy cover of Fred Neil's "The Dolphins". LP, Vinyl record album

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VariousTwelve Inch 70s – More More More (3CD set) ... CD
Crimson (UK), Late 70s. New Copy 3CD ... $14.99
The 12" single was born in the 70s, and it instantly came of age in the disco generation – thanks to help from the sorts of wonderful grooves features in this set! The package is way more than just a batch of hit disco singles – as the range of material is nicely wide, and mixes hits with underground numbers that are well-remembered over the years – many served up here in special versions that were exclusive to the original 12" singles – with the requisite sonic punch you might expect! 3CD set features 32 tracks in all – and titles include "You Don't Have To Go (12" version)" by The Chi-Lites, "Got To Be Real (12" version)" by Cheryl Lynn, "Ain't No Stoppin Us Now (12" version)" by McFadden & Whitehead, "More More More (12" version)" by Andrea True Connection, "It's A Disco Night (12" disco single)" by Isley Brothers, "Love Train (extended)" by The O'Jays, "Keep On Dancin (12" version)" by Gary's Gang, "Taste Of Bitter Love (extended)" by Gladys Knight & The Pips, "Pick Me Up I'll Dance (12" mix)" by Melba Moore, "Gone Gone Gone (disco mix)" by Johnny Mathis, "Rasputin (maxi version)" by Boney M, "This Time Baby (12" version)" by Jackie Moore, "You Bet Your Love (12" version)" by Herbie Hancock, "Hit Me With Your Rhythm Stick (12" version)" by Ian Dury & The Blockheads, "Giving Up Giving In (long version)" by The Three Degrees, "Strut Your Funky Stuff (UK 12" rmx)" by Frantique, "Shake Your Body Down To The Ground (12" John Luongo disco mix)" by The Jacksons, "That Funky Disco Rhythm (12" version)" by Gene Chandler, "Love Is The Message (special 12" version)" by MFSB, "We're On Our Way Home (parts 1 & 2)" by Brainstorm, and "Don't Leave Me This Way (Tom Moulton mix)(" by Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes. CD

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VariousPopcorn Soul Party – Blended Soul & R&B 1958 to 1962 ... LP
Outta Sight (UK), Late 50s/Early 60s. New Copy ... $18.99
Cool snapping grooves with plenty of soul – that special kind of sound that's come to be known as "popcorn" soul by collectors over the years – and which is often a great bridge between 50s R&B and the later sounds of the 60s! If you know the tune "Fever", you'll know the pace at which many of these tunes move – a midtempo vamp that's mighty darn hip – and which often has a sinister sound that sounds especially great way into the wee hours of the morning! This isn't storming Northern Soul, but instead something a lot more slinky – served up here on 16 tracks that include "Feelin Kinda Lonesome" by Willie J Charles, "Dance By Yourself" by Justin Jones, "Lucky Is My Name" by Bruce Cloude, "Big Boy" by Ki Ki Page, "The Hammer Keeps A Knockin" by Faye Adams, "Up In Smoke" by Johnny Appalachian, "My Guardian Angel" by Jimmy Breedlove, "Love You The Best" by Ernie K Doe, and "Betty Mae" by Roger Green. LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ VariousThese Great Stars Are On Fire & Fury (3CD set) ... CD
Sunset Blvd, Late 50s/Early 60s. New Copy 3CD ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Incredible rhythm & blues singles from Bobby Robinson's Harlem-based Fury and Fire labels from the mid 50s to early 60s – from post-doowop vocal gems to sax-heavy stormers to melodic early soul groovers and beyond – trailblazing gems that helped pave the way for indie soul and r&b for decades to come! Massive 3CD set with 75 tracks – with gems by Bobby Marchan, Tarheel Slim, Elmore James, Dee Dee Ford, Don Gardner, Arthur Crudup, Otis Scott, Mighty Joe Young, Mary Ann Fisher, The Upsetters, Gladys Knight & The Pips, Lee Dorsey and many many more. Includes "I'm So Happy (Tra-La-La-La-La-La) by Lewis Lymon & The Teenchords, "Number 9 Train" by Tarheel Slim, "Kansas City" by Wilbert Harrison, "Fannie Mae" by Buster Brown, "There Is Something On My Mind" (Parts 1 & 2) by Bobby Marchan, "Valarie" by The Starlites, "Empty Arms" by Mighty Joe Young, "Sugar Babe" by Buster Brown, "Mean Ole Frisco" by Arthur Crudup, "Ghost Of Love" by Joe Haywood, "Put On My Shoes" by Mary Ann Fisher, "New Kind Of Love" by Otis Smith, "Love My Baby So" by Ernie & Jean Terrell, "Debt Of Love" by Joe Haywood, "No Love As Sweet As Yours" by Johnny Jones and much more! Nice little booklet of notes, too. CD
(Limited edition of 2000!)
 
 
 



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