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Billy BondBilly Bond Y La Pesada – Vol 1 & 2 ... CD
Cloud Forest (New Zealand), 1970/1971. New Copy ... $4.99
Heady and heavy work from Billy Bond and La Pesada Del Rock & Roll – a guitar heavy group from Argentina, and one with plenty of blues rock overtones! The guitars are definitely turned up to 11 here – jamming with an intensity to match some of the best hard rock sides from Peru reissued by the Lazarus label in recent years – and like those sets, there's a sound here that's an intensification of earlier beat group modes – taken into much harder territory for the 70s. The production is great – earthy, trippy, and a little bit spooky – and the album's got an oddly unsettling feel, one that's familiar at first, but then increasingly estranged as the record moves on. Quite compelling, and with 16 tracks that include "Dueno De Tu Piel", "El Parque", "Buen Dia Senor Presidente", "Divertido Reventado", "Salgan Al Sol", "La Maquina", "Voy A Ver Un Amigo", "Para Que Nos Sirven", and "La Marcha De San Lorenzo". CD

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Billy BondBilly Bond y La Pesada – Vol 3 & 4 ... CD
Cloud Forest (New Zealand), 1972/1973. New Copy ... $4.99
A wildly eclectic brew of driving heaviness, looser trippiness, and even some delicate moments from Billy Bond – a more freewheeling and ambitious mix of post psychedelic wildness from Brazil's Billy Bond & co! Volume 3 from 1972 is made up of 2 lengthy suites, " Lado 1 – Acustico" and "Lado 2 – Eectrica Camplementaria". The former is surprisingly lean in spots, with some folky psychedelia in the blender. The latter is full of abrupt, dramatic stop-start dynamics. Volume 4 from '73 includes "No Nos Paran Mas", "Hacia Algun Lugar", Gracias Al Cielo", "Estamos Hartos", "Ano 1939", "Algo Esta Por Suceder" and more. This one is more of a wild and wooly rock & roll set, and a deliciously unpredictable one! CD

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✨✧ Billy StrangeJames Bond Double Feature – You Only Live Twice & Casino Royale ... LP
GNP/Crescendo, Mid 60s. Very Good+ ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Billy Strange does a wonderful job with James Bond tunes – and some other groovy 60s numbers too! LP, Vinyl record album
 
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Billy StrangeSecret Agent File ... LP
GNP, 1965. Very Good ... $6.99
Although there were plenty of easy and studio musicians who tried to cash in on the success of the Bond-era spy soundtracks, few did it as well as Billy Strange! He gets a helping hand here from Les Baxter and a boatload of west coast session greats like Carol Kaye, Tommy Tedesco, Dennis Budimir, Don Randi, Leon Russell, Hal Blaine and even Glen Campbell, on a bevy of popular spy and action themes – like "Thunderball", "Man Alone", "I Spy", "Our Man Flint", "Get Smart", "Goldfinger", "The Ipcress File", "I Spy", "Our Man Flint", "OO7", "Run Spy Run", "The Rockford Files" and "The Prisoner" – all done by Strange with that great twangy guitar sound that he already had in the first place, and which was probably ripped off by John Barry for the Bond scores! LP, Vinyl record album
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Billy Strange, Les Baxter, Hall Daniels & OthersSecret Agent File (80s pressing) ... LP
GNP, 1960s. Very Good ... $4.99
Although there were plenty of easy and studio musicians who tried to cash in on the success of the Bond-era spy soundtracks, few did it as well as Billy Strange! He gets a helping hand here from Les Baxter and a boatload of west coast session greats like Carol Kaye, Tommy Tedesco, Dennis Budimir, Don Randi, Leon Russell, Hal Blaine and even Glen Campbell, on a bevy of popular spy and action themes – like "Thunderball", "Man Alone", "I Spy", "Our Man Flint", "Get Smart", "Goldfinger", "The Ipcress File", "I Spy", "Our Man Flint", "OO7", "Run Spy Run", "The Rockford Files" and "The Prisoner" – all done by Strange with that great twangy guitar sound that he already had in the first place, and which was probably ripped off by John Barry for the Bond scores! LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Joe Lee Wilson & Bond StreetShout For Trane ... CD
Why Not (UK), 1976. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Maybe the best Joe Lee Wilson album you can ever get! Joe Lee Wilson's got a spiritual jazz vocal style that's in the vein of Leon Thomas, but which often falls short of Thomas' greatness on other recordings – yet here, though, he's totally great – hitting a beautifully soulful vein that's totally righteous, and which really delivers on the promise you'll hear on his other records. The group's quite tight – the Bond Street combo, which includes Fielder Floyd on trumpet, Monty Waters on alto and soprano, and Shiroh Mori on guitar – and the session was released by the hard-to-find Why Not imprint of the Japanese label Trio, making it one of the more obscure records in Wilson's catalog. The set steps off with an amazing take on Billy Gault's "Mode For Trane" – and other titles include "Song For My Father", "One ", "Four", and "Sophisticated Lady". CD

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VariousReggie Young – Session Guitar Star ... CD
Ace (UK), Late 50s/1960s/1970s/1980s. New Copy ... $12.99 18.98
A huge overview of greatness from guitarist Reggie Young – a musician who's remembered not only for a few key records of his own, but also for countless dates in the Tennessee studios of the 60s and 70s, where he helped transform the records of others with his talents! The package here features Reggie on every single track – adding guitar parts to a surprising variety of musical styles, including some classic southern soul that comes as a great surprise – because most folks usually think of Young in terms of his work for country music giants! The package is a great follow-up to the reissues that Ace Records has done of Reggie's own records – and features very detailed notes, with information on all the many and unusual tracks that feature Young's talents within. Titles include "Rock N Roll" by Sonny Curtis, "Touch Of The Blues" by Bobby Blue Bland, "Meet Me In Church" by Solomon Burke, "Don't Forget About Me" by Dusty Springfield, "Slip Slip Slippin In" by Eddie Bond & His Stompers, "Dream Baby" by Jerry & Reggie, "I'm Movin On" by The Box Tops, "The Champion (part 1)" by Willie Mitchell, "In The Pocket" by King Curtis & The King Pins, "Drift Away" by Dobie Gray, "I Think I'll Just Stay Here & Drink" by Merle Haggard, "Victim Of Life's Circumstances" by Delbert McClinton, "Lover Please" by Billy Swan, "Morning Glory" by James & Bobby Purify, "Where Do We Go From Here" by Waylon Jennings, "Whenever You Come Around" by Little Milton, and "More Love" by James Carr. CD

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VariousSongs From Satan's Jukebox Vols 1 & 2 – Country, Rockabilly, Hillbilly, & Gospel For Satan's Sake ... CD
Stag O Lee (Germany), Late 50s/Early 60s. New Copy ... $15.99
A host of great songs about the devil – served up here in an array of raw styles from the glory days of the indie single! Long before metal rockers and other groups brought a love of Satan into the musical mainstream, there were a host of other artists who were singing about the dark prince in a very different way – respectfully fearful, and woefully repentant – in modes that were equally well suited to hillbilly, rockabilly, and even a bit of gospel interpretation! This set focuses most strongly on those redemptive modes that emerged from hillbilly, and moved into rock and country as the 60s approached – and as with other Stag-O-Lee collections, the choice of singles is as wonderful as the overall package. Titles include "I Could Love The Devil Out Of You" by Joe Carson, "Satan's A-Waiting" by Sonny Burns, "Devil's Child" by Anita Carter, "Satan's Wife" by Jessie Floyd, "The Devil's Queen" by Johnny & Dorsey Burnette, "Hell Bound Train" by Frank Hutchinson, "Devil In The Bayou" by Harry Choats, "The Devil My Conscience & I" by Billy Barton,"The Devil Made A Masterpiece" by Johnny Horton, "Let Me Go Devil" by Johnny Bond, "Race With The Devil" by Gene Vincent, "The Devil's Train" by Roy Acuff, "Devil's Hot Rod" by Johnny Tyler, "Let Me Go Devil" by Wade Ray, "Get Behind Me Satan" by Reno & Smiley, "Miss Satan" by Frankie Laine, "Satan's Jeweled Crown" by The Louvin Brothers, and "Don't Shake Hands With The Devil" by Cowboy Copas. 24 tracks in all! CD
 
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✨✧ Eddie BondRockin Daddy ... CD
Sun/Bear Family (Germany), Late 50s/Early 60s. New Copy 2CD ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A mountain of work from the great Eddie Bond – maybe not the biggest name to record for Sun Records in the 50s – but exactly the kind of artist who was able to really get at the core of what the label was trying to do! Eddie started out as a country singer – working with a small combo and a really heartbreaking sense of twang – but as the years picked up, he also handled some great rockabilly material too – often infused with a deep sense of soul that comes from his country background, and which makes him way more than just another wild cat with a guitar! Sam Phillips clearly dug what Bond had to offer, and kept on recording him well into the early 60s – up to that point when Sun productions were really starting to slow down – through a period that had Eddie try on a lot of great styles, including some of the more spiritual sides that just about every other country singer was cutting at the time. This massive 2CD set is done in the best Bear Family fashion – with a huge amount of notes, and a whopping 51 tracks that include "Backslidin", "Hershey Bar", "Broke My Guitar", "Show Me", "Double Duty Lovin", "In My Solitude", "Standing In The Window", "One More Memory", "I Can't Quit", "They'll Never Take Her Love From Me", "The Day I Found You", "Back Street Affair", "They Say We're Too Young", "Flip Flop Mama", and "King On Your Throne". CD

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✨✧ VariousSun Shines On Hank Williams ... CD
Sun/Bear Family (Germany), Late 50s. New Copy ... $13.99 18.99
The great Hank Williams had an undeniable impact on country music in the 50s – so much so that he also left a big mark on the early Sun Records artists too – quite a surprise, given how many of them were great songwriters on their own! This wonderful set brings together many rare Sun recordings of Hank Williams tunes – some by Sun stars, some by the more obscure rockabilly artists who issued rare singles on the label – all handled in the best Bear Family style, which means great notes and excellent sound – plus a fair bit of previously unreleased tunes as well! In fact, the unissued material takes up the bigger part of the set – which makes the whole thing a great discovery, even for Sun Records completitsts. The package features 26 tracks in all – and titles include "Cold Cold Heart" by Barbara Pittman, "Long Gone Lonesome Blues" by Jerry Lee Lewis, "My Bucket's Got A Hole In It (alt)" by Sonny Burgess, "I Could Never Be Ashamed Of You (undubbed alt)" by Johnny Cash, "I Saw The Light" by Eddie Bond, "Setting The Woods On Fire" by Jerry Lee Lewis, "There'll Be No Teardrops Tonight" by Carl McVoy, "Your Cheatin Heart (demo)" by Jeannie Greene, "You Win Again" by David Wilkins, "Hey Good Lookin" by Eddie Cash, "Half As Much (demo)" by Hank Davis, "I Can't Help It" by Jeb Stuart, and "Dear John" by Warren Smith. CD
 
 
 



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