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Liz DamonLiz Damon's Orient Express ... LP
White Whale, 1971. Very Good+ Gatefold ... $1.99
Very sweet, and very groovy work from Liz Damon's Orient Express – a fab Hawaiian combo with a really great sound! The group's music is sort of a mix of lounge jazz, bossa grooving, and the kind of sweet late 60s easy touches that were showing up in Brit sound library music. Liz handles lead vocals on most of the tracks with a voice that sounds like it drifted right out of Brasil 66 – and a number of other cuts have the guys in the band backing her up with some great soft rock harmonies! Titles include "1900 Yesterday", "You Make Me Feel Like Someone", "Bring Me Sunshine", "You're Falling In Love", "That Same Old Feeling", and "Close To You". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has light wear & some pen writing inside the gatefold.)

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TurtlesTurtles Present The Battle of The Bands ... LP
White Whale, Late 60s. Very Good Gatefold ... $9.99
A totally excellent album by The Turtles! We always loved this group in their normal mode, but this is a super-cool record that's set up as a "Battle Of The Bands" – one that has the group pretending to be a different ensemble from track to track on the record, either Natures Children, Fats Mallard & The Bluegrass Fireball, The Bigg Brothers, The LA Bust '66, and many other fake combos. The big cut on here is the incredible "I'm Chief Kamanawanalea", played by the Royal Macademia Nuts, and with an incredible funky breakbeat all the way through! Another nice one is the funky cut "Buzzsaw", which has a fuzzy guitar groove that sounds a lot like "Tramp"! LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has wear.)

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✨✧ Triste JaneroMeet Triste Janero ... LP
White Whale, Late 60s. Used ... Out Of Stock
Sunshine pop meets bossa nova – an excellent album of groovy tunes that falls somewhere between the work of Brasil 66 and The Free Design! The set was recorded in Dallas (of all places!) at the end of the 60s, and features some very nicely stripped-down rhythms played by a group that includes electric bass and organ – supporting a group with sweet female vocals in the lead. Tunes are incredibly well-selected – and the album includes a stunning bossa version of Nilsson's "Without Her", plus "Rene De Marie", "You Didn't Have To Be So Nice", "Somba De Orphia", "In The Garden", and the super-extended "TJ Blues", which is a long jazzy groover with nice Hammond! LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a cutout hole.)
 
 
 
 



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