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An early 70s album from Hag that mostly contains slower paced country tunes, many of which have to do with lost love. As usual, The Strangers sound great, subtly providing the background for Haggard's great voice, although they do have some nice solo moments. Tracks include "It's Not Love ... LP, Vinyl record album
One of Merle Haggard's key Capitol classics – filled with great tunes that include the essential title cut – plus "It Meant Goodbye To Me When You Said Hello To Him", "I Can't Hold Myself In Line", and "Who'll Buy The Wine". LP, Vinyl record album
An album by one of the greatest American songwriters and interpreters who ever lived – the one and only Merle Haggard! Here you get his huge early 70s live album Fighting Side Of Me, best known for the reactionary title tune, quite unfortunately, since it's a really amazing document of ... LP, Vinyl record album
Mindblowing minimalism from the legendary Sandy Bull – an artist who might have had acoustic roots in folk music, but who was instantly turning his music into something else – drawing on modal styles of Eastern music, European generations of expression on guitar, jazz-based ... LP, Vinyl record album
Later work from Booker T and crew – an album that always gets lost in the shuffle, but which also includes lots of great moments, and a bit more funk than in earlier years! The rhythm section's loosening up a bit on the set – led by the mighty Al Jackson, and working past that tight ... LP, Vinyl record album
The third album by The Stylistics – and a set that's still very much in the high-harmony territory of their first two classics! Thom Bell's still very firmly on deck this time around – arranging, producing, and writing a good deal of the material too – and the Sigma Sound ... LP, Vinyl record album
A fantastic second album from Rasputin Stash – a group who started out on Atlantic Records as a big ensemble with a pretty freaky, fuzzy sound – but one who emerge here with a sweet mix of funk and soul that's perfect for their placement on this mid-70s offshoot of Curtom Records! The ... LP, Vinyl record album