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VariousGirls With Guitars Take Over (180 gram red vinyl pressing) ... LP
Ace (UK), Mid 60s. New Copy ... $22.99 26.99
A set that's every bit as wonderful as you'd guess from its title and cover – a killer package of all-girl rockers, and one that's filled with rare gems from the 60s! The material here is definitely a lot harder-hitting than more familiar girl group sounds of the 60s – as the tunes are drenched in plenty of fuzz, recorded with a garagey style, and often rock just as hard as any male cuts from the time! Most material is by US groups, but there's also some surprising gems from overseas too – and the package is a much-needed look at this under-documented side of 60s rock and roll. Titles include "Like A Snake" by The Hairem, "Gonna Have A Good Time" by The Clingers, "Last Train To Liverpool" by The Plommons, "Wake Me Shake Me" by The Wrongh Black Bag, "Little Latin Lupe Lu" by The Debutantes, "I Got A Guy" by Kathy Lynn & The Playboys, "I'd Rather Fight Than Switch" by The Tomboys, "How Do You Do It" by The Lady Bugs, "Lies" by The Delmonas, "He's Not There Anymore" by The Chymes, and "You Just Gotta Know My Mind" by Karen Verros. LP, Vinyl record album
(Special red vinyl pressing – with inside liner notes too!)

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✨✧ Soul JazzmenInhlupeko (Distress) ... LP
Matsuli (UK), 1969. New Copy (reissue)... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A tremendous bit of South African jazz – recorded in the years after bigger names like Hugh Masekela and The Blue Notes had left for greener pastures, but when there were still plenty of great artists back at home! The Soul Jazzmen have this laidback, souful sound that's very much in keeping with their name – part 60s soul jazz, with some modal touches at the best moments, partly the spiritual styles that were just coming into play in the US, especially in the wake of John Coltrane – with open-ended rhythms that allow for these really great tenor solos from Dudu Makasi, whose work alone is worth the price of the record! Dudu is wonderful – part old school tenorist, with roots in the Chicago school of the 50s – but also partly a spiritualist too, although one that never gets too far out or overindulgent. Rhythms are from the trio of Tete Mbambisa on piano, Pych Big-T Stsele on bass, and Mafufu Jama on drums – and the quartet come together brilliantly on titles that include "Mr Mecca", "Relaxin", "Inhlupeko", "How Old Is The World", and "Dollar The Great". LP, Vinyl record album

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Luperce Miranda/Manezinho AraujoMonumento Da Musica Popular Brasileira ... LP
Fontana (Brazil), 1930s/1940s. Near Mint- ... $13.99
A 70s set that brings together a side each of work by these important Brazilian figures of the pre-bossa years! LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has some light wear.)
 
 
 



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