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Herb Alpert & The Tijuana BrassLost Treasures – Rare & Unreleased ... CD
A&M/Shout Factory, 1960s. Used ... $12.99
Genius, pure genius – a wonderful collection of 22 rare numbers by Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass – all recorded during the group's years at A&M Records, and including a number of previously unreleased tunes! The sound here is completely sublime – way more than just the simple themes that you might expect from the TJB at the time, especially since there's a fair bit of numbers from Herb's late 60s years, when he was really opening into a wider range of modes explored by A&M Records on their Bacharach, Brazilian, soundtrack, and singer-songwriter releases. The whole thing's a key treasure in our 60s collection of instrumental pop – one that fills in a space we didn't even know we had! Titles include "Alone Again (Naturally)", "Julius & Me", "Happy Hour", "Promises Promises", "Whistlestar", "Killing Me Softy", "Chris", "Popcorn", "Flowers On The Wall", and "Up Cherry Street". CD
(Out of print Signature Series edition.)

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Duke EllingtonDuke Ellington Presents ... CD
Bethlehem/Shout Factory, 1956. Used ... $3.99
An excellent and oft-overlooked 50s session from Duke – recorded in Chicago as a one-off for the Bethlehem label, and done with a lush, rich sound that's really tremendous! The group's nicely restrained and very moody – playing here in a mellow late nite mode that offers a good focus on the best horn soloists in the group, yet which also really hangs together perfectly from the slow-moving and eerie tone of the rest of the group. Jimmy Grissom sings a bit on the set, and other players include Johnny Hodges, Paul Gonsalves, Cat Anderson, and Ray Nance – on tracks that include "Day Dream", "Blues", "Frustration", "My Funny Valentine", and "Laura". CD
(Out of print, punch through barcode.)

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✨✧ Emerson Lake & PalmerEssential Emerson Lake & Palmer ... CD
Shout Factory, 1970s. Used 2 CDs ... $8.99
... CD
(Out of print.)

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Skip JamesHeroes Of The Blues – The Very Best Of Skip James ... CD
Shout Factory, Mid 60s. Used ... $2.99
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✨✧ Johnny Guitar WatsonJohnny Guitar Watson & The Family Clone ... CD
Shout Factory, 1981. Used ... Out Of Stock
The title and the cover on this one are a bit of an in joke – as Johnny Guitar Watson plays all instruments on the album himself – but the joke stops there, as the record's every bit as great as any of Watson's classics from the time! And there's no "clone" in the grooves at all – no nod to more popular styles by other artists of the time – because Johnny keeps things unique throughout, always working that undeniable Watson charm alongside some wicked guitar and super-sly vocals! Keyboards figure in as much as guitar on the record, and there's some really great laidback numbers that almost have a Shuggie Otis-like approach to soul. Titles include "What Is Love", "Family Clone", "Forget The Joneses", "Clone Information", "Voodoo What You Do", and "Come & Dance With Me". CD also features 2 bonus tracks – "Please Send Me Someone To Love" and "Chill Me Out". CD
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✨✧ Buddy GuyDefinitive Buddy Guy ... CD
Shout Factory, 1960s/1970s/1980s/1990s. Used ... Out Of Stock
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James BrownTake A Look At Those Cakes (LP sleeve edition) ... CD
Polydor/Culture Factory, 1978. New Copy ... Just Sold Out!
A plenty funky record, despite a cheesy cover – which shows James Brown as a disco-era player – kicking back on a couch with an unbuttoned shirt, while two topless girls dance in front of him – showing him their "cakes"! The groove's definitely different than the Payback years, but it's still composed of the same core elements – sharp instrumentation, played live and in a very lively way – sped up a bit for the dancefloor, but maybe even more breathtaking because of the speed! At the time, Brown spent plenty of time trying to claim the mantle of disco godfather – but he's still way more than that here – a fierce funk maestro who's already got his instrumental tip down to razor-sharp perfection, which makes the shouted and called vocals just a bonus icing on the cake! Tracks are long and plenty jamming – and titles include "For Goodness Sakes Take A Look At Those Cakes", "Someone To Talk To", "A Man Understands", and "As Long As I Love You". CD
(Limited edition!)
 
 
 



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