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Reel-to-Reels — Recently Added

XWe'll be the first to admit that commercial reel-to-reel albums are a pretty obscure format -- but from time to time, we get our hands on a few -- and we're always happy to make them available!


Exciting Sounds
Alshire, Early 70s. Used
An obscure little album from the period when Les Baxter was conducting 101 Strings. Most of it is swinging and orchestral, with a very groovy sound – and there is one great funky number called "A Taste of Soul", with funky drumming and a few solos. Lots of original material by ... Reel-to-Reel
Atco, Late 60s. Used
Very cool – a relic from the glory days of air travel, when special sounds were programmed for the airlines by record companies – then played for the customers on reel to reel tapes! This one features dreamy sounds from the Atlantic Records catalog – with work by Esther Phillips, ... Reel-to-Reel
Soul Rock Blues Bag
RCA, Late 60s. Used
Very cool – a special reel-to-reel only release – with three songs apiece by each artist! Reel-to-Reel
Night Train Vol 2
Verve, Early 60s. Used
Oscar follows up the original Night Train album – one of his most famous sessions and best selling albums! The format here is the same – Peterson working with likely suspects Ray Brown and Ed Thigpen (save for 2 tracks, which feature Herb Ellis, Brown, and Buddy Rich) – playing ... Reel-to-Reel
Caedmon, Early 50s. Used
... Reel-to-Reel
 
Updated August 16, 2018


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