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Kitty KatRock Me (2x12" promo set) ... 12-inch
Great Jones, 1993. Near Mint- 2x12" ... $0.99
... 12-inch, Vinyl record
(Promo in a stickered sleeve.)

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✨✧ Kitty Brazelton & Dafna NaphtaliWhat Is It Like To Be A Bat? ... CD
Tzadik, 2008. Used ... Out Of Stock
... CD

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69 BoyzKitty Kitty (777 mix, booty mix, burn rubber, lp version) ... 12-inch
Rip-it, 1994. Near Mint- ... $1.99
... 12-inch, Vinyl record
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Michel LegrandLady Oscar ... LP
Kitty (Japan), 1979. Near Mint- ... $19.99
An unusual later collaboration between composer Michel Legrand and director Jacques Demy – for a French/Japanese co-production! LP, Vinyl record album
(Japanese album, with insert.)

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✨✧ John WieseMagical Crystal Blah ... CD
Helicopter/Kitty Play, 2004. Used ... $4.99
... CD
(Out of print. Limited edition of 500!)
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Elmer BernsteinWalk On The Wild Side ... LP
Choreo/AVA, Early 60s. Very Good+ ... $4.99
One of Elmer Bernstein's best soundtracks of the 60s – written for this film set in the brothels of New Orleans in the 30s, with a mix of jazz and dramatic themes. The best cuts are the jazz-based ones – tunes that come across with more of a 60s groove than you'd expect, given the setting of the film, and which are played by a small combo. Other tracks are more serious – and titles include "Juke For Teresina", "Exit Kitty", "Hallie's Jazz", "Iron Rings", "Doll House", and "Walk On The Wild Side". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a small gouge on the opening.)

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Lee DorseyRide Your Pony – Get Out Of My Life, Woman ... LP
Amy, 1966. New Copy (reissue)... $9.99
A stunning album of raw New Orleans soul – recorded by the great Lee Dorsey, with production by Allen Toussaint and Marshall Sehorn! The record falls in the same camp as The Meters – and although Dorsey's work has vocals, the choppy instrumental backing is pure Crescent City all the way – even though the cover art oddly features a bunch of teenagers in New York City! Titles include the monster funky break track "Get Out Of My Life Woman", the wonderfully funky "Ride Your Pony", plus loads of other nice ones like "The Kitty Cat Song", "So Long", "Work Work Work", "Shortnin Bread", "Can You Hear Me", and "People I Wish You Could See". LP, Vinyl record album

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Bruce SpringsteenWild The Innocent & The Street Shuffle ... LP
Columbia, 1973. Very Good+ ... $11.99
Titles include "Rosalita", "New York City Serenade", "The E Street Shuffle", "Kitty's Back", and "Wild Billy's Circus Story". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has light wear.)

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Sonny StittSoul Girl ... LP
Paula, 1973. Very Good+ ... $3.99
An oft-overlooked, but very nice record from Sonny Stitt – recorded in Chicago in the early 70s, and with two different types of groups that show off both sides of the city's jazz scene at the time! O the first 4 numbers, the group is a bit on the larger side – giving the material a nice Cadet Studios touch to it – with Richard Evans on bass, Morris Jennings on drums, Tennyson Stephens on piano, a bit of strings, and vocalizing by Kitty Hayward. The remaining tracks are done in a smaller setting – and they feature a rare appearance by Muhal Richard Abrams on piano, who plays straight stuff here – in a quartet with Wilbur Campell and Cleveland Eaton. A rare record from Sonny – but it's an entirely worthy one! Includes "Got To Get Over", "Soul Girl", "Jeep Blues" and "I Know That You Know" with the larger group, plus the quartet pieces "I Should Care", "Eight Track Blues" and "Gone With The Wind". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a cut corner, light wear, and ink stamps.)

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✨✧ VariousSoul Spectrum – Compiled By Keb Darge and Dr Bob Jones ... CD
BBE (UK), 1998. Used ... $19.99
BBE have done it again! UK DJs Keb Darge and Dr. Bob Jones have teamed up to select this slick batch of 20 rare soul cuts – with the same great sort of selection and quality as the other releases on the BBE label. As you'd expect, the tracks are all super-rare, and come from sources you'll never run across in your regular record shopping trips. The set's got a mix of rare deeper funky soul tracks (with some Lyn Collins-esque raw vocals), plus a number of smoother modern soul tracks with a sweet mellow vibe. Nearly every cut's got a good dancefloor groove, and titles include "Music Slave" by Jade, "Stand Up & Be Counted" by Ghetto Kitty, "Making New Friends" by Jeanie Tracy, "The Hardest Part" by Curtis Anderson, "Movin' On" by GD & The Big J, "Keep On Getting Down" by Le Frank'O, and "Ain't Gonna Be No Fool" by The Fabulous Playmates. Lots more, with a motherlode of great tracks we'd never heard before! CD
(Out of print.)

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✨✧ Terry CallierOccasional Rain ... LP
Cadet/Universal (Japan), 1972. New Copy (reissue)... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Terry Callier's first album for Cadet – and the kickoff of one of the greatest three album runs that any soul artist ever recorded! This one's got a different feel than the later two, as it takes songs by Terry, and structures them with these little musical "seque" tracks in between every song, done in a sparer folksy style that recalls Terry's roots in the Old Town scene in Chicago. At the time, Terry was making the transition from folk artist to soul singer – and he'd been picked up by Jerry Butler and The Dells as a promising young songwriter, one of the best talents of the second generation of Chicago soul stars. The record's a stripped-down affair that features a small group with Charles Stepney on harpsichord and organ, Callier on guitar, and backing vocals by Minnie Riperton, Shirley Wahls, and Kitty Haywood. The album kicks off with Terry's great little pop ditty "Ordinary Joe" – probably the catchiest song he ever wrote – then rolls into more somber titles like "Occasional Rain", "Do You Finally Need A Friend", "Golden Circle", and "Blues For Marcus". A totally unique album – and a prime example of the genius that was coming out of Chicago at the time! LP, Vinyl record album
(Part of the Free Soul anniversary series from Japan!)

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✨✧ Wanda JacksonWanda Jackson ... LP
Capitol, 1958. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Wanda Jackson's first album ever, and an amazing, genre-straddling collection of early rock, country-crossover greatness! Wanda made her reputation on ragged, rockabilly nuggets but when Capitol came knocking they wanted to hedge their bets a bit and have her cover some tried and true country and pop material. The result was one of those cases where the greatest music was made due to compromising circumstances. Kitty Wells' "Making Believe", and the Everlys' "Here We Are Again", typical 50s material, are done in a fiery style that was pretty much unheard of from a pretty face like Wanda's in the conservative 50s musical climate. The more rebellious style she was loved for in concert shows up on "Long Tall Sally" and the eternally great "Let's Have A Party". She even pulls off some torchy balladry on "I Can't Make My Dreams Understand", and "Just Call Me Lonesome". One of the best country-rock-pop records of the late end of the 50s, right up there with just about anything on Sun Records. LP, Vinyl record album
(Heavy rainbow label mono pressing! Label has a small sticker, and cover has a few bits of tape – but this is a nice copy overall.)

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✨✧ Night Blooming JazzmenNight Blooming Jazzmen ... CD
Mainstream/Solid (Japan), 1971. New Copy ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
One of the funkiest records ever cut under the direction of Leonard Feather – a sweetly grooving little set that's filled with tight changes and lots of soulful riffing! Feather wrote and arranged the date, but the real strength here is the players – Mainstream Records hipsters who include Blue Mitchell on trumpet, Charles Kynard on organ, Paul Humphrey on drums, Freddy Robinson on guitar, and Ernie Watts on sax and flute – plus a bit of vocal work from Kitty Doswell, although the album's predominantly a vocal one. There's almost a soundtrack jazz feel to some of the best cuts here – tunes that are funky, but not in an over-the-top sort of way – with subtleties and sophistication that really keep the album fresh. The set kicks off with "Nam M'Yoho Ren'ge Yo", which has a good groove, and a nice tight break at the beginning – and other tracks include "The Night Blooming Jazmen", "Donte's Inferno", and "Funkville USA". CD

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✨✧ VariousMore Mellow Cats & Kittens – Hot R&B & Cool Blues 1946 to 1952 ... CD
Ace (UK), Late 40s/Early 50s. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Excellent music from that postwar stretch when it seemed like all the genres were wonderfully unstable – and so may different sounds and styles were coming into contact with each other! This set serves up a brilliant batch of genre-crossing sounds from the LA scene at the time – music that isn't quite jazz, isn't really blues, maybe hints at R&B to come – yet which somehow bristles with the best that all those styles had to offer – and a lot more too! The work here is all from the stunningly deep catalog of Modern Records – and the collection features 15 tracks that have never been issued before – all documenting the wonderful wealth of fresh styles coming out of LA at the time. The work here has echoes of bop, swing, and lots of soulful modes to come – and titles include "Yas Yas Yas" by Three Bits Of Rhythm, "Bardu's Boogie" by Bardu Ali, "Just Got Back" by Jimmy Grissom, "How Long" by Kitty Stevenson, "Bacon Blues" by Clarence Williams, "Cake Jumps" by Al Cake Wichard, "Goodnight Wherever You Are" by The Scamps, "Lazy Daisy" by The Noc-Tunes, "Sister Kool Breeze" by Jake Porter, "Billboard Special" by tiny Webb, "Looky Ploot" by Emmitt Slay & His Slayriders, "Going Home Blues" by Hootie McShann, "Your Red Wagon" by Butch Stone, and "Jive I Like" by Pearl Traylor. CD

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✨✧ Little MiltonMe For You – You For Me ... LP
Glades, 1977. Used ... Out Of Stock
Little Milton's always been as much of a soul singer as a bluesman – and this overlooked gem from the 70s has him hitting equally well on both fronts! The set's a great precursor to Milton's 80s revival on Malaco – but has the singer working in Chicago, with these deep soul arrangements by James Mack – who also brings in the excellent Kitty & The Haywoods for backing vocals! Little Milton's not trying too hard to overstate himself – and some cuts have this laidback, slow-burning feel that's nicely southern soul – mixed with a few funky moments that are equally nice. Titles include "Just One Step", "Me For You You For Me", "Loving You (Is The Best Thing To Happen To Me)", and "My Thing Is You". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a small cutout notch.)

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✨✧ VariousMiami Rockabilly ... CD
Ace (UK), Late 50s. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
The city of Miami wasn't just a hotbed of sand and surf back in the day – as when the sun went down, the town had a fair bit of rockabilly action going on – as you'll hear in this great set of rare tracks from the end of the 50s! The music here is far less familiar than rockabilly sounds from Louisiana, Tennessee, and other points south – mostly recorded by very small labels, who hardly ever circulated the sounds outside the south of Florida – and who usually kept their productions to a pretty stripped-down level! Yet it's that quality that also makes these recordings pretty unique – as most don't have the flash and polish of farther-north sounds – and instead almost take off direction from an acoustic hillbilly aesthetic – rocking things up on the rhythms, electrifying one of the guitars in the group, but still presenting a relatively live, spontaneous performance overall. The package features 32 gems from this overlooked scene – singles originally issue don the AFS, Perfect, Trail, Gulfstream, and Art labels – with titles that include "Any Way" by Wesley Hardin with The Roxters, "Baby Rock" by Ross Minmi, "Donny's Boogie" by Don Pete & The Rhythm Rockets, "Honky Tonk On Second Street" by Buck Trail & The Dead Enders, "Rock N Roll Itch" by Curley Jim & The Billey Rocks, "I'm Tellin Ya Baby" by Wally Deane & The Flips, "Dandy Sandy" by Jimmy Gale's Imperials, "Kitty Kat Rock" by Art Law, "Blues Keep Knocking" by Buck Trail, and "TV Mama" by The Frantics Four. CD

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