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Cissy HoustonCissy Houston (Private Stock) ... CD
Private Stock/Cherry Pop (UK), 1977. New Copy ... $3.99 13.99
One of the best 70s showcases for the mighty vocals of Cissy Houston – that tremendous approach that was rooted in gospel, but burst out strongly in the secular world – thanks to records like this! Houston's working here with clubby maestro Michael Zager, but the set's not all disco – and instead does a great job of mixing mellower cuts with more upbeat numbers – always with a focus on Cissy's bold approach to the lyrics. Titles include "He Ain't Heavy He's My Brother", "Tomorrow", "Morning Much Better", "Love's Holding On", "Love Is Something That Leads You", and "It Never Really Ended". CD
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Four SeasonsFour Seasons Story ... LP
Private Stock, 1960s/Early 70s. Very Good+ 2LP Gatefold ... $6.99
A cool collection – one with obvious early hits, plus overlooked later gems like the funky "Beggin" – plus "Electric Stories", "Tell It To The Rain", "Watch The Flowers Grow", and more! LP, Vinyl record album
(In the original textured cover.)

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Robert Gordon with Link WrayFresh Fish Special ... LP
Private Stock, 1978. Very Good ... $1.99
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Frankie ValliOur Day Will Come ... LP
Private Stock, 1975. Near Mint- ... $1.99
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✨✧ Walter MurphyFifth Of Beethoven (with bonus tracks) ... CD
Private Stock/Hot Shot (UK), 1976. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A huge crossover album of the 70s – one that took an east coast disco groove, and introduced influences from a wide variety of classical themes – best summed up in the title hit "A Fifth Of Beethoven", which was a surprisingly successful radio tune at the time! The effort's a strange one, but was part of a larger movement at the time that was introducing many older musical modes – such as standards or showtunes – onto the dancefloor in an effort to give the less underground clubgoers something to sink their teeth into. And while the approach seemed like a bit of a gimmick, it was also probably inspired by Deodato's big hit with "Zarathustra" and a few other classical themes – echoed here by Murphy's great keyboard work on a few other numbers. The album features the classical tracks "Flight 76", "Night Fall", "Fifth Of Beethoven", and "Russian Dressing" – plus the non-classical Murphy originals "California Strut" (with vocals by Angie Bofil), "Be Your Own Best Friend", "Suite Love Symphony", and "Midnight Express". CD features bonus tracks – "Flight 76 (part 2)" and "Fifth Of Beethoven (ext version)". CD
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✨✧ FlashbackIssue 8 – Spring 2016 ... Magazine
Flashback (UK), 2016. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Treat yourself to a magazine-induced Flashback – one that won't come back to haunt you in the way an acid-based one will do – and which will instead take you back to the heady sounds of the 60s – all in an issue that's big enough to be a book! The oversized publication is full color throughout, with nicely long features that really dig into the subject matter – in an issue with features on Mushroom, Tamam Shud, The Parlour Band, Human Beast, producers George Martin and David Hitchcock, reedman Robert Calvert, the magazine Time Out, Austrian psych group Paternoster, and a rundown of the 50 best private pressing albums to come from the UK! The issue also features a smattering of music and book reviews – and a look at the lost Day Breaks album from John Wonderling. Over 200 pages – and printed on heavy paper stock! Magazine

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