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Lost SoulsLost Souls (with bonus tracks) ... CD
Lion, Late 60s. New Copy ... $8.99
A group who definitely live up to their name – given that their recordings are so obscure, they were lost souls from the very start! Yet there's also a genius here that should have made them huge – an inherent tunefulness that clearly shows a love of The Beatles, Hollies, and a handful of other Brit groups – but delivered with an edge that's more like early Who or Creation – and by that last reference, we mean both the fab 60s British group, and the later 80s label with the same name! These tunes are fantastic little gems – catchy, but not commercial – charming, but never cloying – and often driven by some exceptionally strong basslines at the bottom, which works great with the warmer vocal harmonies and jangly guitars. Titles include "Dare To Surmise", "Love I Won't Admit", "Look At Me", "Things That Are Important", "Diamond Head", "Livin The Way I Want To", and "Trashcan Throne" – and the CD also features a few live tracks, and some bonus material too – 26 titles in all, by a group who hopefully won't be lost souls any longer! CD

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Chris JonesLost Souls & Free Spirits ... CD
Rebel, 2011. Used ... $2.99
... CD
(Punch through digipack barcode & some writing on the back of the case.)
 
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✨✧ Townes Van ZandtRear View Mirror (with download) ... LP
Fat Possum/TVZ, 1993. New Copy 2LP Gatefold (reissue)... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Townes revisiting his own time-honored tunes from the late 60s onward, often backed by just a second guitar or fiddle, spare settings that maximize the stark power of his songwriting and voice! The voice is really the key here, distinctive in both the songwriting – with some of the most effective story songs about lost souls and wayward love in the modern folk or country canon – and in performance, here sounding as clear and soulful as ever, and in much stronger form than we remembered! Beautiful stuff. Includes "Pancho & Lefty", "If I Needed You", "For The Sake Of The Song", "Our Mother The Mountain", "Dollar Bill Blues", "No Place To Fall", "Lungs", "White Freightliner Blues", "Don't You Take It Too Bad", "Tower Song", "Waitin' Round To Die", "Colorado Girl" and more. LP, Vinyl record album
(Includes download!)

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✨✧ VariousDown Under Nuggets Vol 1 – Original Australian Artyfacts 1965 to 1967 ... LP
Festival/Warner (Australia), Mid 60s. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A world of garagey grooves we've never heard before – and a tremendous counterpart to the American Nuggets scene of the 60s! The music here is all from Australia, and shows a really hard, heavy style already in place at the time – one that kind of snuck up beneath the more polished surf acts of the period, and which emerges here with all the raw, nasty energy that made the American Nuggets generation a key precursor to later punk rock! The vibe here is great – very much in the spirit of Lenny Kaye's original Nuggets collection – and the music is even more obscure, given that almost none of these artists circulated outside of Oz in the 60s – even thought many recorded for labels in the larger Festival family of labels. The notes are great – very detailed, and a history lesson that really supports the music – and this first volume features 15 tracks that include "I Want Need Love You" by The Black Diamonds, "By My Side" by The Elois, "Ain't Got No Feeling" by Derek's Accent, "Bad Times" by The D Coys, "Let This Be A Lesson" by The In-Sect, "I Want" by Steve & The Board, "Ugly Thing" by The Creatures, "Come On" by The Atlantics, "Early In The Morning" by Purple Hearts, "This Life Of Mine" by The Lost Souls, and "Rum Drunk" by The Moods. LP, Vinyl record album

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Souls Of Mischief93 'Til Infinity (2LP pressing) ... LP
Hiero Imperium/Traffic, 1993. New Copy 2LP (reissue)... $21.99 24.98
The timeless classic Cali hip hop standard bearer from Souls Of Mischief – on 2LP vinyl! As much as we love all the best Hiero output of the 90s & beyond, this is still our favorite, and besides, it's pretty much the blueprint for the Hieroglyphics sound. Smoothly jazz and headnodding boom bap production at its finest – along with some of the finest ensemble rapping of the era, this one goes straight up on the top shelf. 14 tracks: "That's When Ya Lost", "Let Em Know", "Live & Let Live", "Make Your Mind Up", "A Name I Call Myself", "Disseshowedo", "What A Way To Go Out", "Never No More", "93 Til Infinity", "Limitations", "Anything Can Happen", "Make Your Mind Up", "Batting Practice", "Tell Me Who Profits" and "Outro".. LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Hard 2 ObtainIsm & Blues ... CD
Traffic, 1994. Used ... Out Of Stock
Lost bit of nice mid 90s Strong Island hip hop – with excellent period beats courtesy the Stimulated Dummies and Dante Ross – a bit in the cracklin, funk & jazz breaks mode of Brand Nubian & other adventurous east coasters. 16 tracks in all: "Joker's Wild", "Babble On", "Heels Without Souls", "Street Dwellers", "Gaining Pounds", "Pakyard Lingo", "Bust Me Down", "Ghetto Diamond" and more, plus the bonus tracks "Joker's Wild (Next mix)" and "LO Groove Reprise". CD
(Out of print, promotional stamp on booklet cover.)
 
 
 



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