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Alton EllisI'm Still In Love With You ... CD
Studio One/Heartbeat, 1960s. Used ... $14.99
An excellent, excellent collection of Jamaican soul from the excellent, excellent Mr Soul himself! Alton Ellis' sweet vocals grace some of the best early Studio One tracks, and this collection highlights some of the finest rocksteady and seminal early reggae numbers to be issued by Coxsone Dodd. As a bonus, many of these fine renditions of stateside classics also get versioned by Ellis' equally sweet-voiced sister Hortense, with 10 numbers by Alton and 8 numbers by Hortense in all! Includes ""I'm Still In Love With You", "Can't Get Used To Losing You", "Sitting In The Park", "Breaking Up Is Hard To Do", "Live & Learn (extended mix)", "Breakfast In Bed", "The Picture Was You", "People Make The World Go Round", "I'll Be Waiting", "Can I Change My Mind", "Secretly", "You Said It Again", "Cry Together" and "When I'm Down". CD
(Out of print.)

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✨✧ VariousGet Easy Vol 1 – The Classic Collection ... CD
Motor/Tempo (Germany), Late 60s. Used ... Out Of Stock
A fab fab collection of easy tunes from the 60s! Most of this material's pulled from some of our favorite easy labels now owned by Polygram – like Verve and A&M – and the selection of tunes is a lot hipper than the usual easy listening comps that we get stateside. Sure, you'll recognize some of the names – but the choice of tracks is the important thing, and you're bound to hear many unusual sides by easy greats from the 60s. 20 tracks in all – and titles include "Slick" by Herb Alpert, "Sonderdezernat K1" by Martin Bottcher, "Music To Watch Girls By" by Ray Conniff, "Never Can Say Goodbye" by The Sandpipers, "Voce" by Roberto Menescal, "Lady In Cement" by Hugo Montenegro, "Windy" by Astrud Gilberto, "Telefone" by Walter Wanderley, "Thunderball" by Ingfried Hoffmann, "Bert's Bossa Nova" by Bert Kaempfert, "Something Big" by Burt Bacharach, and "Congo Train" by Martin Denny. CD
(Out of print, please note that there is some water damage to the booklet.)
 
 
 



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