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James BrownIt's a Man's Man's Man's World ... CD
King/Universal (Japan), 1966. New Copy ... $9.99
James Brown, proud and loud – a smoking 60s album that provides a great link between his earlier styles and his freer roots – with a brilliant blend of funk, soul, and a touch of raw R&B! Given the power of The Godfather at this point, there's no denying that even the older cuts have a punch that few others could match – making for a record that feels mighty darn unified, despite the stretch of time between a few of the recordings. Titles include the funky gems "Ain't That a Groove (pts 1 & 2)", "The Scratch", "Is It Yes or Is It No", and James' great version of "The Bells" that's always been one of our favorites – plus Just You & Me", "I Love You Yes I Do", "Come Over Here", and "I Don't Mind". The cover also comes with an "autographed" photo of James on the back with the text "James Brown Fans – Frame This 8 x 10 Picture" – and an image that says "Soul Brother #1 Is Peeking At You Thru The Key Hole"! CD

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Martin Luther KingVoice Of Greatness ... LP
Benash (UK), 1971. Very Good- ... $4.99
A weird one that we've never seen before. The record includes excerpts of a number of King's famous speeches, but in between the excerpts, the voices of the Clara Ward singers come up and do some songs. We can't figure out if they're actually there with King, or if their singing is dubbed in afterward for the recording, but the latter's probably our guess. The album also comes with a cool photograph of the memorial at the hotel, with an image of King in the corner, and a frame around the whole thing. LP, Vinyl record album
(In a stickered sleeve, missing the photo.)

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Wayne TalbertHouston Nickel Kicks ... CD
Mercury (Japan), 1970. New Copy ... $21.99
A gem of a record from the mighty Wayne Talbert – an artist who first rose to fame as a the keyboardist in Sir Douglas Quintet, but who turns out to be a hell of a talent on his own! Talbert's got a blend of rock and soul that's not unlike his old boss Doug Sahm – but he's arguably even deeper on the soul side, possessed of a voice that's as deep as his frame is large – and able to turn it towards mellow cuts as well as he can towards the kind of upbeat rockers you'd expect to hear from Wayne Cochran! The album's got a great soul pedigree in the production of Huey P Meaux and arranger Jimmy Jones – who both give things just the right sort of Texas twist – but it's clearly Talbert who makes the whole thing shine, and wins us over more and more with his vocals as the album goes on. Titles include "Sufferin City", "Hello Maryanne", "Your Tears Leave Me Cold", "Wish You Were Here", "I Can't Take Another Heartache", "Put It On Me", "Lover To A Friend", and a great cover of "Lonely Weekends". CD
(SHM-CD pressing!)

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James BrownIt's a Man's Man's Man's World ... LP
King/Universal, 1966. New Copy (reissue)... On June 17, 2016
James Brown, proud and loud – a smoking 60s album that provides a great link between his earlier styles and his freer roots – with a brilliant blend of funk, soul, and a touch of raw R&B! Given the power of The Godfather at this point, there's no denying that even the older cuts have a punch that few others could match – making for a record that feels mighty darn unified, despite the stretch of time between a few of the recordings. Titles include the funky gems "Ain't That a Groove (pts 1 & 2)", "The Scratch", "Is It Yes or Is It No", and James' great version of "The Bells" that's always been one of our favorites – plus Just You & Me", "I Love You Yes I Do", "Come Over Here", and "I Don't Mind". The cover also comes with an "autographed" photo of James on the back with the text "James Brown Fans – Frame This 8 x 10 Picture" – and an image that says "Soul Brother #1 Is Peeking At You Thru The Key Hole"! LP, Vinyl record album
Also available It's a Man's Man's Man's World ... CD 9.99
 
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✨✧ Roxy MusicCountry Life ... LP
EG, 1974. Used ... Out Of Stock
The fourth album from Roxy Music – and quite possibly the best to date! The album has the group moving strongly past the Eno years, into a tighter framework that still contains many of the darker themes of earlier records. Ferry's lead vocals are incredibly majestic – rising to heights to match the European greats of years past who were his inspiration – and the group's tight blend of reeds, guitar, and moody keyboards gives the whole album an off-kilter sense of instrumentation that really sets it apart from the pack. There's an artfulness here that's never overdone, and the whole thing comes together with a magic that's impossible to describe, but which is Roxy at their best. Titles include "Out Of The Blue", "The Thrill Of It All", "Three & Nine", "Triptych", "Casanova", and "Prairie Rose". LP, Vinyl record album
(US pressing on Atco in the uncensored cover, including the printed inner sleeve.)
 
 
 



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