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James BrownLive At The Boston Garden – Extended Edition (DVD) ... DVD
Shout Factory, 1968. New Copy ... $13.99 14.99
A legendary concert from the Godfather Of Soul – James Brown's monumental performance in Boston on the day after the shooting of Martin Luther King – credited with holding back riots in the city! The DVD presents the full classic concert in its entirety – along with additional audio from the simulcast at points when there was no image – making for the complete picture of this historic musical moment, easily one of the hippest soul concerts of the 60s. The performance is introduced by the mayor of Boston – who was on stage for the event – and titles include "That's Life", "Try Me", "I Got The Feelin", "Please Please Please", "Maybe The Last Time", "Cold Sweat/Ride The Pony", "I Can't Stand Myself", "There Was A Time", and "Get It Together". Best version of the concert ever issued – about 130 minutes long, with missing footage and several performances unseen for decades! DVD
(DVD is NTSC, Region 1.)

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Los LobosKiko (20th anniversary edition) ... CD
Warner/Shout Factory, 1992. Used ... $4.99
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Howard TateHoward Tate Live ... CD
Shout Factory, 2006. Used ... $2.99
Howard Tate captured in action at a 2004 festival date in Denmark – in great voice and with a big, nimble group of players – running through some of his deepest material from throughout his long career! Tate's voice is in top shape on this set – and we can't decide whether it's because his vocal chords were rested during his many years off the curcuit, or if it's in great shape in spite of that fact – but it's a glorious surprise all the same! A crack horn section keeps the feel in a tight southern soul mode for much of the set, with lots of bluesy touches, too! Tracks include "Stop", "Part-Time Love", "Look At Granny Run Run", "Show Me The Man", "Eight Days On The Road", "Sweet Sixteen", "Every Day I Have The Blues", "Ain't Nobody Home", "Sorry Wrong Number", "Mama Was Right", "Get It While You Can", "She's A Burglar", "I Learned It All The Hard Way" and "Eternity". CD

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✨✧ Johnny Guitar WatsonReal Mother For Ya (expanded edition – with bonus tracks) ... CD
DJM/Shout Factory, 1977. Used ... $7.99
Johnny Guitar Watson at the top of his game – working here in a sublime mix of funk, blues, and soul – all crafted into a groove that was uniquely Watson's own! Johnny may have started the 70s in relative obscurity – down from some hit work in the 50s and 60s – but by the time of this set, he was back on top, and working in a confident groove that few others from his older era could ever hope to achieve! There's a youthful sense of sex and soul that run through the entire set – an effortlessly slinky groove that never goes too over the top in the funk department, and which makes just the right use of electric instrumentation and tripped-out production, but never gets too wrapped up in either – and often comes off with some great jazzy touches as well. Titles include the anthemic "Real Mother For Ya", plus "Your Love Is My Love", "The Real Deal", "Tarzan", "I Wanna Thank You", and "Lover Jones". CD also features 2 previously unissued bonus tracks – "Kathaline" and "De John's Delight". CD

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✨✧ Johnny Guitar WatsonAin't That A Bitch (expanded edition – with bonus tracks) ... CD
DJM/Shout Factory, 1976. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Maybe the best album that Johnny Watson cut during his DJM years – a totally tight, totally soulful set that avoids any fake funk cliches! The record's got some wonderful trippy numbers – cut in that slow g-funky mode that was Johnny's huge legacy to the west coast scene – best of these is the classic "Superman Lover", a great little cut with a very catchy hook, and just the right dose of humor. But you'll also catch the same vibe on "I Want To Ta Ta You Baby", "Ain't That A Bitch", and "I Need It". Johnny's sitting on the cover, surrounded by ladies and a dog – and the back cover says "My apologies to Freddie, my guitar, for forgetting to bring him to the photo session." What a guy! CD features the previously unreleased bonus cuts "Follow Me" and "Funkula". CD
 
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James BrownIt's A Mother (LP sleeve edition) ... CD
King/Culture Factory, 1969. New Copy ... $21.99
A definite mother from James Brown – the kind of all-funky album that few of his contemporaries could ever hope to match! If you've ever doubted the sheer raw power of James at the end of the 60s, the first few notes of this one will definitely make you a convert – and the stretched-out grooves as the album rolls on will pull you even further into the fold. Most tracks roll on with that improvised studio jamming style that James was hitting at the time – a pre-JBs mode that's not as long as later years, but which still makes you feel that there probably was plenty more recorded on the dates that didn't make it into the two-part versions of the tracks! And although James is singing on most numbers, the real focus is more on the band – hitting hard, vamping sharp, and grooving massively under shouted calls and directions from Brown. Titles include two great instrumentals – "Popcorn With a Feeling" and "Top of the Stack" – plus "Little Groove Maker Me (parts 1 & 2)", "Mother Popcorn (parts 1 & 2)", "Mashed Potato Popcorn (parts 1 & 2)", "Any Day Now", "You're Still Out Of Sight", and "I'm Shook" – as well as the great mellower number "If I Ruled The World" – redone here as an African-American anthem of pride and power! CD
(Limited edition.)
 
 
 



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