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Charlie ParkerCharlie Parker Story On Dial Vol 1 – Westcoast Days ... CD
Dial/Stateside (Japan), 1946/1947. Used ... $6.99
(Out of print.)

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Charlie ParkerCharlie Parker Story On Dial Vol 2 – New York Days ... CD
Dial/Stateside (Japan), 1947. Used ... $6.99
(Out of print.)

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✨✧ Timmy ThomasWhy Can't We Live Together – Best Of The TK Years 1972 to 81 ... CD
TK/Stateside (UK), 1970s. Used ... $14.99
(Out of print.)

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Ike & Tina TurnerFunkier Than A Mosquito's Tweeter ... CD
Stateside/EMI (UK), Late 60s/Early 70s. Used ... $5.99
A pretty great collection of work by Ike & Tina – with a strong focus on their harder-hitting sides! The set compiles tunes from the group's United Artists years, plus some other sides recorded for Liberty Records – and it's a really nicely done set that's pretty appealing to the kind of Ike Turner sounds that more recent soul and fans are digging. There's lots of less-familiar numbers on the set – with a total of 21 tracks that include "Doin It", "The Chopper", "Tell The Truth", "Bolic", "Baby", "Get You When I Want You", "Help Him", "Popcorn", "I Love Baby", "Funkier Than A Mosquito's Tweeter", "I Wanna Jump", "Too Much Woman", and "I Love Baby". CD

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✨✧ VariousLiberty Belles ... CD
Stateside/EMI (UK), 1960s. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A very sharp set of female soul tracks – mostly mid and late 60s numbers, lifted from associated EMI labels – like Imperial, Minit, United Artists, and Liberty Records! The set features 16 tracks in all – a mix of down-home and uptown soul that sits together very nicely – and which unites a range of talents that includes a few well-known names, caught in earlier years, plus some lesser known artists turning out some of their best work here. Titles include "All Around The World" and "I'm On The Outside" by Baby Washington, "We Got A Good Thing" and "I'll Never Stop Loving You" by Clydie King, "I'm Moving On (parts 1 & 2)" and "Gotta Travel On" by Timi Yuro, "Wish Someone Would Care" and "Time Is On My Side" by Irma Thomas, "One Part Two Part" by Clydie King, and "I Want To Take You Higher" and "It Ain't Right" by Tina Turner. CD

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✨✧ Homer BanksHooked By Love – The Best Of Homer Banks ... CD
Stateside/EMI (UK), Late 60s. Used ... Out Of Stock
A deep soul masterpiece – and the first full-length set of work we've seen from Homer Banks – an overlooked genius from the Memphis soul scene of the 60s! Homer's got a style that rivals the best work of the time from Otis Redding or James Carr – a burning Memphis approach to southern soul, one that's steeped in styles from the Stax scene of the time, but which also has a rougher edge of its own. As with Sam Dees, Sidney Joe Qualls, or Philip Mitchell, Banks was almost known more as a songwriter than a singer – thanks to the success of some hits penned for Stax, the kind of records that would sadly eclipse his own great work in the studio. Thankfully, this set corrects that mistake – and brings back Homer's early singles for Minit Records, plus a huge amount of great tracks that were recorded at the time, but never issued – making the CD a must-have for any fan of real soul – even one who's lucky enough to have all of Homer's rare singles! The set features a total of 20 tracks in all – including "Hooked On Love", "60 Minutes Of Your Love", "A Lot Of Love", "Up To My Neck In Love", "Ain't Found Nothin To Beat What I Got", "Lucky Loser", "Release Me Now", "Must Be Something You Gave Me", "Uptight Medley", "I'm Drifting", and "Foolish Hearts Break Fast". CD
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✨✧ Peter ToshMystic Man ... CD
EMI, 1979. Used ... $6.99
A great late 70s album from former Wailer Tosh, to our ears a good bit better than Bush Doctor, the set that had preceded it. We're guessing that has a lot to do with the smoking Word, Sound & Power band Tosh recruited to deliver the chugging riddims underneath his militant lyrics, which featured Sly & Robbie as the foundation, plus guest that include Sticky and Skully peppering the proceedings with some nice rootical percussion, and backing vocals from the Tamlins and stateside friends Gwen Guthrie, Yvonne Lewis and Brneda White. 9 tracks in all: "Mystic Man", "Recruiting Soldiers", "Can't You See", "Jah She No", "Fight On", "Buk-In-Hamm Palace", "The Day The Dollar Die", "Crystal Ball" and "Rumours Of War". CD

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