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✨✧ SamphaProcess ... LP
Young Turks, 2017. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
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Alan SilvestriChips Season 2 – 1978/1979 ... CD
Film Score Monthly, 1978/1979. Used ... $18.99
Ponch! John! Come back – all is forgiven! We've always remembered Chips as one of the clunkier cop shows of the late 70s – but this sweet little soundtrack completely redeems the show – a set of funky numbers penned by Alan Silvestri, all with an upbeat, clubby sort of groove! The music's right up there with that sweet 70 stretch when cop/crime modes shifted from jazz and funk to a more disco-oriented style – an uptempo groove that was perfect for the high speed action of the motorcycle cops on the show, but which also stands beautifully here on its own – in longer renditions than were ever used on TV, often with some really cool keyboard parts in the mix. The set features almost 80 minutes of music, plus great notes too – and titles include "Supercycle", "Return Of The Turks", "Disaster Squad", "Neighborhood Watch", "High Flyer", and "High Explosive". CD
(Limited pressing of 3000 copies.)

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✨✧ VariousDoo-Wop From Dolphin's Of Hollywood Vol 2 ... CD
Specialty, Early 50s. Used ... $1.99
Great collection of some of the obscure and wonderful Doo Wop sides recorded by the great John Dolphin in LA in the fifties for his Cash and Money labels. Artists include The Turks, The Hollywood Flames, The Hollywood Arist-O-Kats, Grady Chapman & The Suedes, The Sunrisers, and The 5 Bars. Great stuff, and with 23 tracks in all! CD
(Out of print. Cutout hole through spine.)

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VariousDown & Wired Vol 3 – A Dose Of Psychedelic Funk & Blue Eyed Soul ... LP
Perfect Toy (Germany), Late 60s/Early 70s. New Copy ... $15.99
The spare look of the cover here hardly does the music justice – as the set's filled with full, rich grooves – mostly funky rock cuts from the American underground of the 70s – but delivered with a sound that's plenty soulful overall! Imagine kids who were raised on both the soul of James Brown and Otis Redding, and the jazzier rock styles that came into play at the end of the 60s – then witness the album's wonderful blend of fuzz, funk, and really soaring styles – sometimes with a full-on nod to the Hendrix generation, other times with a vibe that's more Memphis or Muscle Shoals! As with all the other Perfect Toy compilations, the material here is very well-chosen, and thoughtfully researched – which makes for a package that's way more than a random assortment of tracks – although one that's hidden by an unassuming cover. Titles on this third volume include "I Chose To Sing The Blues" by The Revival, "Messin With The Kid" by The Aftermath, "Fire" by The Turks, "Come On & Get It" by Heather Black, "Pappy's Rug" by Pump, "Red Wine" by Sancho Bros Band, and "Run To Mama Blues" by Noel Owen. LP, Vinyl record album

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VariousHeart & Soul – Rare Oldies Vol 2 ... CD
Lost Soul, Early 70s. Used ... $8.99
A tasty collection of 70s soul tunes – with an LA focus that features some super-dope group harmony tunes. Titles include "Leading Lady" by The Notations, "One Heart" by The Emanons, "All Good Things Must End" by The Topics, "Til You Come Back To Me" by Lee Williams & The Cymbals, "That's The Way Love Goes" by The Ethics, "You Turn Me On" by The Turks, "Let's Start Over" by The Ringleaders, "I Wonder What She's Doing" by Soul Generation, and "Isn't It Lonely" by Hot Ice. CD
(Out of print.)

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✨✧ VariousBest Of Down & Wired Vol 3 & 4 – A Dose Of Psychedelic Funk & Blue Eyed Soul ... CD
Perfect Toy (Germany), Late 60s/1970s. New Copy ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
The spare look of the cover here hardly does the music justice – as the set's filled with full, rich grooves – mostly funky rock cuts from the American underground of the 70s – but delivered with a sound that's plenty soulful overall! Imagine kids who were raised on both the soul of James Brown and Otis Redding, and the jazzier rock styles that came into play at the end of the 60s – then witness the album's wonderful blend of fuzz, funk, and really soaring styles – sometimes with a full-on nod to the Hendrix generation, other times with a vibe that's more Memphis or Muscle Shoals! As with all the other Perfect Toy compilations, the material here is very well-chosen, and thoughtfully researched – which makes for a package that's way more than a random assortment of tracks – although one that's hidden by an unassuming cover. Titles on this third volume include "I Chose To Sing The Blues" by The Revival, "Messin With The Kid" by The Aftermath, "Fire" by The Turks, "Come On & Get It" by Heather Black, "Pappy's Rug" by Pump, "Red Wine" by Sancho Bros Band, "My Land" by Friends, "Dizengoff" by Babe Wallace, "Get Out Of My Life Woman" by Fabulous Impacts, "Suffering Soul" by Guitar Murphy, "Drifting" by George Brigman & Split, "Run Clarence Run" by The Inn Crowd, and "Baby That's All" by Gentle Uprising. CD
Also available Down & Wired Vol 4 – A Dose Of Psychedelic Funk & Blue Eyed Soul ... LP 15.99
 
 
 



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