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8-Tracks — Recently Added

XWe're old enough to remember the way that 8-track tapes used to switch in the middle of a song -- and although it might be one of the least-convenient music formats ever, we're still happy to offer a few, whenever we can find them!


Kent, Early 70s. Used
Rudy Ray Moore's second album, and almost hipper than the first – thanks to some key musical backings from The Fillmore St Soul Rebellion! The vibe here is as rough and raw as you'd expect – a no-holds-barred version of party records, with Rudy using plenty of language hardly heard ... 8-Track
Atlantic, 1971. Used
A beautiful blend of jazz, voices, and soul – a landmark record in Max Roach's vocal experimental tradition, and a fitting companion piece to Billy Harper's classic Capra Black album – an equally soulful blend of styles! Like Capra Black, this set features Harper's sharp and soulful ... 8-Track
Mr Magic Man
RCA, 1973. Used
A really great post-Atlantic album from Wilson – one recorded with deep soul production from Dave Crawford and Brad Shapiro, both of whom are working at the height of their best early powers! The feel is much deeper, in fact, than some of Pickett's later, waning work for Atlantic – ... 8-Track
Paris Blues – Original Soundtrack
United Artists, 1961. Used
We've always loved Duke Ellington's soundtracks, and this is one of his best! The score is a moody introspective one, written for a 1961 film that starred Paul Newman as a frustrated jazz musician living in Paris. The "Paris Blues" theme is a dark, somber composition that is supposedly ... 8-Track
On The Move
Pickwick, Late 60s. Used
A Pickwick presentation of "12 Top Teen Stars" – but one that actually features some good Wand Records soul from the 60s, plus other nice cuts too – tracks by The Paragons, Garnett Mimms, Brook Benton, Maxine Brown, Lou Christie, Joe Tex, Johnny Rivers, The Isley Brothers, and ... 8-Track
Shaft
Enterprise, 1971. Used
A landmark album that hardly needs any introduction – as it's one of the most famous soundtracks, if not soul records, of the 70s! Isaac Hayes had already surprised music fans with the sophistication of his first few solo albums, which had been issued before this one – but with Shaft, ... 8-Track
3 Shades Of Blue
Flying Dutchman, 1970. Used
An excellent late Johnny Hodges album that mixes his supreme talents with two of the other big stars of the Flying Dutchman label – Oliver Nelson and Leon Thomas – both of whom contribute wonderfully to the set! Nelson arranged the whole album, and gives it the groovy feel of some of ... 8-Track
Landlord – Original Soundtrack
United Artists, 1970. Used
A soundtrack put together by Al Kooper for this unusual late 60s film about a white landlord in a neighborhood of color – one that has all the tense-but-funky moments you might expect! Al's music is in the lead, but apart from his vocals, what we really dig are the instrumental tunes – ... 8-Track
Warner, Early 60s. Used
A great live recording by Lenny Bruce – and a rich document of the level of persecution he was made to feel from the US legal system! The album dates from 1974, but features an earlier performance held by Phil Spector, and licensed to Warner – one that features Lenny running through ... 8-Track
Capitol, Early 60s. Used
Music direction by Lou Levy – which is quite a surprise – with arrangements by Dave Grusin, Lalo Schifrin, and Billy May – on some unusual tracks that include "My Sin", "The Boy From Ipanema", "Talk To Me Baby", "The Right To Love", "The ... 8-Track
United Artists, 1958. Used
One of the greatest jazz soundtracks of all time! Johnny Mandel composed the memorable score for this late 50's film starring Susan Hayward, and the music is played by Mandel's orchestra of west coast players like Jack Sheldon, Bill Holman, Joe Maini, Shelly Manne, and others. The whole thing's a ... 8-Track
 
Updated August 16, 2018


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