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Bobby BareEnglish Countryside/Lincoln Park Inn/I Hate Goodbyes/Cowboys & Daddys ... CD
RCA/BGO (UK), Late 60s/Early 70s. New Copy 2CD ... $14.99 19.99
Four of the more obscure RCA albums from the great Bobby Bare – all brought together here in a single set! First up is the very unusual English Countryside album – a special set that has the vocals of Bobby Bare paired with a group from the UK – Liverpool's Hillsiders, who sing with a style that's a bit folk, and a bit rock – but which takes on a very distinct country vibe amidst the RCA production of Chet Atkins! Both Bare and The Hillsiders sing solo on the record – but most of the set has them paired together, and the presence of all those voices on the tracks create a nice sense of spontaneity – maybe a hint at the more relaxed recording approach that Bobby would use on his big albums of the mid 70s! Titles include "Sweet Dreams", "Six Days On The Road", "Find Out What's Happening", "Love's Gonna Live Here", "Goin Home", "Blue Is My Lonely Room", and "I Washed My Face In The Mountain Dew". Margie's At The Lincoln Park Inn is a seminal album in the career of Bobby Bare – and the record that really has him turning from a young smiling country singer to the kind of more adult, mature talent that would really send him over the top! The album's promise of "controversial country songs" is certainly apt – as in addition to the great Tom T Hall title cut, the album also features Bare taking on great material from Kris Kristoffersen, Mel Tillis, and even the team of Spooner Oldham and Dan Penn – all set to arrangements that are nicely more sophisticated than those used on the more pop productions of some of Bobby's earlier albums. Titles include "Margie's At The Lincoln Park Inn,", "The Law Is For The Protection Of The People", "Watching The Trains Go By", "Skip A Rope", "Rainy Day In Richmond", "Cincinnati Jail", "Wild As The Wind", and "Drink Up & Go Home". I Hate Goodbyes is the record that marked the return of Bobby Bare to RCA Records in the early 70s – and one that also marks the start of a very different phase in Bare's career! This time around, Bobby's handling the production himself – working with the kind of thoughtful, mature material that would really let him open up – songs from Billy Joe Shaver, Mickey Newbury, the team of Bill Rice and Jerry Foster, and even an early tune from Shel Silverstein – who would soon become one of the biggest contributors to Bobby's records. The vibe is very different than his RCA material of the mid 60s, and in a great way – on titles that include "I Hate Goodbyes", "Restless Wind", "Ride Me Down Easy", "Send Tomorrow To The Moon", "You Know Who", "An Offer She Couldn't Refuse", "What's Your Mama's Name Child", and "Poison Red Berries". Last up is Cowboys & Daddys – an overlooked gem in the mid 70s RCA years of the great Bobby Bare – and a set that really shows the dedication that Bare had during these years to finding the most sophisticated material of the new country generation! The list of songwriters alone is great – as the set features tracks from Terry Allen, Shel Silverstein, David Hickey, and Tom T Hall – plus an early contribution from Bob McDill, with whom Bare would soon record a lot more material on albums to come. There's a mature, laidback vibe to the whole set – different than some of the more playful Bobby Bare albums of the time – and titles include "Chester", "The Cowboy & The Poet", "Amarillo Highway", "Speckled Pony", "Calgary Snow", "Last Dance At The Old Texas Moon", "Pretty Painted Ladies", and "The Stranger". CD

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Bobby BareTravelin Bare/Constant Sorrow/Streets Of Baltimore ... CD
RCA/Morello (UK), Mid 60s. New Copy 2CD ... $16.99 24.99
A trio of early records from the great Bobby Bare – presented here in one 2CD set! First up is The Travelin Bare – on which the young Bobby Bare hits the road – taking on a whole host of travel-themed tunes on this gem of a record from 1964 – and although the approach is maybe a bit different than Bare's classics of the 70s, that amazing vocal approach can't help but make every song sound great! In other words, what should be a gimmicky set turns out to be a surprisingly strong vehicle for Bobby's talents – which really soar out, even amidst the full productions laid down by Chet Atkins – heartbreaking vocals on tunes that include "Long Way To Tennessee", "Down In Mexico", "Sittin & Thinkin", "Lonely Town", "I Was Coming Home To You", "Long Black Limousine", and "When I'm Gone". Constant Sorrow is an album that's a bit young in the career of Bobby Bare, but which already shows the singer taking on some of the newer, fresher modes that would make him a giant in the 70s – including some inspirations from folk music that really set the album apart from some of RCA's more pop-country material of the time! Bare's got this way of singing that's wonderful right from the start – heartbreaking even when he's sounding strong – and deeply personal, even in a way that some of the more serious folk singers of his generation couldn't hope to touch. Bobby mixes up country and folk tunes here, all with that classic RCA 60s production – on titles that include "Delia's Gone", "Don't Think Twice It's All Right", "Just To Satisfy You", "The Deepening Snow", "Times Are Gettin Hard", "I'm A Man Of Constant Sorrow", and "Countin The Hours Countin The Days". Streets Of Baltimore is a record that gave Bobby Bare one of his first great songs with the famous title track – but which also really opens up with pure greatness all the way through – showing a maturity in Bare's voice that's a real change from his music of a few years before! The album's got one of those RCA formulas to the song selection – most are city-based numbers, set around the US – but the approach also gives Bobby some great tunes to work with, especially the kind of double-edged lyrics that always opened up his sense of wit mixed with melancholy. In addition to the classic reading of "Streets Of Baltimore", other tunes include "Houston", "Memphis Tennessee", "Vincennes", "Cold & Lonely City", and "There Ain't No Fun In This Town". CD

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✨✧ Bobby BareBird Named Yesterday ... LP
RCA, 1966. Near Mint- ... Out Of Stock
One of the coolest Bobby Bare albums of the 60s – a precursor to some of his concept albums of the 70s, but done in a bit of a different mode too! Bobby delivers these little recitations between most of the tunes – speaking in different characters, but in a way that evokes some of the larger spirit that Lee Hazlewood brought to his projects of the period – a quality that's also echoed in the way that Bare puts over a tune – mature, and with a nice sense of distance that brings about a slight current of wit – quite unusual for RCA country at the time! The set includes some great tunes by a young Jack Clement – and titles include "Somebody Bought My Old Hometown", "The Air Conditioner Song", "The Day The Saw Mill Closed Down", "Bird Named Yesterday", "The Old Gang's Gone", and "They Covered Up The Old Swimmin Hole". LP, Vinyl record album
(Original stereo pressing. Cover has a cutout hole in the corner, but this is a great copy overall.)

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✨✧ Bobby Bare with Skeeter Davis, Liz Anderson, & Norma JeanTunes For Two/The Game Of Triangles/Your Husband My Wife (with bonus tracks) ... CD
RCA/Morello (UK), Mid 60s. New Copy 2CD ... Out Of Stock
A trio of albums that pair RCA country star Bobby Bare with some of the label's female singers – all brought together with bonus tracks too! Tunes For Two is one of the magical pairings of Bobby Bare and Skeeter Davis – both rising stars in the RCA country lineup of the 60s – each with their own sort of special sound! Skeeter's got a heartbreaking mode that's kind of post-Patsy Cline – perfect for the slower, blue-tinged tracks on the set – and a nice contrast with the more natural approach of Bobby – who's always got his emotions handy, but also often with a wry eye that lets him put things in perspective. The pair duet directly on most numbers – instead of singing back and forth – and titles include "In The Misty Moonlight", "Dear John Letter", "Too Used To Being With You", "True Love", "Let It Be Me", and "We Must Have Been Out Of Our Minds". Game Of Triangles is a compelling take on the country duo mode of the 60s – an album that features some tracks that have all three singers working together – beautiful "love triangle" numbers – then more tracks that feature each singer on their own! The triangle numbers are especially compelling – and include "One Among The Three Of Us", "Bye Bye Love", "Three Mixed Up Hearts", "Which One Is To Blame", and "The Game Of Triangles" – a really fresh version of country heartbreak modes. Other cuts are nice, too – and include Bobby Bare singing "Homesick" and "Guess I'll Move On Down The Line", Liz Anderson singing "The Wife Of The Party" and "Fairytale", and Norma Jean singing "Pursuing Happiness" and "Don't Let That Doorknob Hit You". Last up is Your Husband My Wife – a set that has the duo of Bare and Davis really maturing nicely – hitting modes that are a lot more country than some of Skeeter's early pop material, with beautiful back/forth vocals that open up the well-penned tunes of heartbreak and the struggles of love to survive. Titles include "Before The Sunrise", "Let's Make Love Not War", "There Never Was A Time", "A Truer Love You'll Never Find", and the great "Your Husband My Wife". CD features three more bonus tracks – "Vegas" by Bare with Jeannie Bare, "No Memories Hangin Round" by Bare with Rosanne Cash, and "It's A Dirty Job" by Bare with Lacy J Dalton. CD
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VariousHappy Times – The Songs Of Dan Penn & Spooner Oldham Vol 2 ... CD
Ace (UK), Late 60s/Early 70s. New Copy ... $12.99 18.99
Tremendous work from one of the greatest songwriting duos in southern soul – Dan Penn and Spooner Oldham, two artists who barely had any success on their own, but who gave the world a host of fantastic songs all handled by other poeple! Penn and Oldham were neck deep in the best elements of the southern scene of the 60s – particularly Memphis, which oozes from many of these recordings in the best way possible – and which also reflects the genre-crossing spirit that was very strong in the Tennessee scene during the period – a post Civil Rights ability to move between soul and rock, country and city, all with a deep sense of feeling that really comes through in this work! This second look at their songs is maybe even deeper than the first put together by Ace Records – as it features lots of real surprises, and overlooked gems that show just how rich the duo's genius was at the time. As always, the notes are very detailed, which really illuminates the wide variety of tracks – a lineup that includes "Goodies" by The Goodees, "Everybody's Got To Cry Sometime" by Art Freeman, "Destroyed" by The Yo Yos, "Big Louie" by Guy Darnell, "Cheaters Never Win" by Tony Borders, "I Do" by June Conquest, "The Power Of Love" by Don Varner, "You Really Know How To Hurt A Guy" by Arthur Conley, "Happy Times" by The Box Toops, "Hey Mister" by Sandy Posey, "Up Tight Good Woman" by Wilson Pickett, "Broadway Walk" by Bobby Womack, "In The Same Old Way" by Bobby Bare, "I Need A Lot Of Loving" by The Ovations, "Hello There" by James & Bobby Purify, "Help Me Find My Groove" by Dee Dee Sharp, "Strangest Feeling" by Bill Brandon, "My Man" by June Edwards, and "I'll Be Your Baby" by Spooner's Crowd. CD

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VariousTroubled Troubadours – 16 Tales From The Dark & Strange Side Of The Tracks 1965 to 1973 ... LP
Omni (Australia), Late 60s/Early 70s. New Copy Gatefold ... $6.99 29.99
An amazing set of offbeat numbers from the darker side of country music in the 60s – tracks that really show the changing currents of the scene, and which open up even more that quality of heartbreak that was always present in the music! Some of the songs here deal more honestly with political and family themes, some are more personal overall – and there's a fantastic range of music within – just what you'd expect from the same folks who gave you the Hillbillies In Hell compilations! Titles include "The Family Way" by Justin Tubb, "Hide My Sin" by Lorene Mann, "No Meaning & No End" by Hank Williams Jr, "Cold Cold Hands" by Lawton Williams, "Four Chrome Wheels" by Trooper Jim Foster, "The Animal Of A Man" by Roger Miller, "Teddy Bear Song" by Norma Jean, "Your Credit Card Won't Get You Into Heaven" by Bobby Bare, and "Push The Panic Button" by Stonewall Jackson. LP, Vinyl record album

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VariousWanda Jackson Connection – 30 Roots & Covers Of Wanda Jackson ... CD
Bear Family (Germany), Late 50s/Early 60s. New Copy ... $15.99 20.99
The great Wanda Jackson is often hailed as a unique early figure in both rock and country music – yet back in the day, Wanda's work didn't occur in a vacuum – as you'll hear in this wonderful collection of cuts! As the title indicates, the set brings together both work that inspired Jackson, and which took off from her own inspiration too – nicely situating Wanda in a larger world of early rock, late hillbilly, and nascent country – all supported with the usual great Bear Family stylish package and detailed notes! CD features 30 tracks in all – and titles include "Let's Have A Party" by Bix Bryant & The Raiders, "So Soon" by Bobby Bare, "I Gotta Know" by Rosie Flores, "Stupid Cupid" by Jenny Lunna, "Fujiyama Mama" by Eileen Barton, "Just A Queen For A Day" by Lydia & Her Melody Strings, "Party" by The Collins Kids, "Mean Mean Man" by Terry White, "I Wanna Waltz" by Thelma Blackburn, "Riot In Cell Block No 9" by Vicky Young, "Right Or Wrong" by Skeeter Davis, "Funnel Of Love" by Velvtone, "Honey Bop" by Ray Campi, "I Gotta Know" by Joyce Hahn, and two versions of "Hot Dog That Made Him Mad" – by Betty Hutton and Sunny Gale! CD

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✨✧ VariousGolden Age Of American Rock N Roll – Special Country Edition ... CD
Ace (UK), Late 50s/Early 60s. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A really well-done collection by Ace Records – with a great range of classic country tracks, excellent sound, and full notes on all the selections! Icludes 30 tracks by George Jones, Bobby Edwards, Bobby Bare, George Hamilton IV, Marty Robbins, Hank Locklin, Patsy Cline, Ray Price, Carl Butler, Jim Reeves, Claude King, Webb Pierce, and more! CD
(Still sealed!)

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✨✧ VariousIt's A Rough Old Road To Travel – The Existential Psychodrama In Country Music Volume 2 – 1964 to 1974 ... LP
Iron Mountain Analog Research (Australia), Late 60s/Early 70s. New Copy Gatefold ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A wonderfully deep dive into the darker corners of country music – not the tear-tinged weepies of the postwar years, but some of the more thoughtful, introspective tracks that emerged in the following generation – which represent a new level of maturity in the music, and reflect the way that country could maybe offer up some of the most personal, pointed songs songs of the time! The "psychodrama" here is reflected in a mix of philosophical and social themes – never too moody or dark to get in the way of these records just being damn great songs – and delivered by some of the giants of the time, but as cuts that are some of their lesser-known work. Titles include "You Can't Stop The Wind From Blowing" by Bobby Bare, "The Farmer's Prayer" by Dave Dudley, "Shadows Of Her Mind" by Ed Bruce, "Enough To Take The Me Out Of The Men" by Red Sovine, "What I'd Give To Be The Wind" by Roger Miller, "Searching" by Rube Gallagher, "It's A Rough Old Road To Travel" by Johnny Darnell, "Wine The River & You" by Clay Hart, and "War Is Hell" by Jim Ed Brown. LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Eugene ChadbourneThere'll Be No Tears Tonight ... CD
Parachute/Corbett vs. Dempsey, 1980. New Copy Gatefold ... Out Of Stock
One of the most compelling albums ever recorded by guitarist Eugene Chadbourne – a set billed as "free improvised country and western bebop" – and which features Chadbourne serving up these wild variations on tunes by Carl Perkins, Roger Miller, David Allen Coe, Bobby Bare, Merle Haggard, and other country music legends! The album's much more Eugene than Nashville – although Chadbourne does sing lyrics on all of the tunes, but in a way that's very offbeat and hardly unlike the originals at all – as is his guitar work, which is acoustic and all twisted and turned up in all the offbeat phrasings you might expect! Much of the record is Chadbourne on vocals and electric dobro – but the set also features some drums by David Licht, saxes from John Zorn, and cello from Tom Cora. Titles include "The Last Word In Lonesome Is Me", "I'm The Only Hell My Mama Ever Raised", "Georgia In A Jug", "Motel Time Again", "Dang Me", "Window Shopping", "Jealous Loving Heart", "Mr Record Man", and "Swingin Doors". CD
(Beautiful package – with a heavy Japanese-style paper sleeve!)

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✨✧ VariousThis Record Belongs To _____ ... CD
Light In The Attic, Late 60s/1970s. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A pretty cool compilation – especially if you're looking to turn the younger set onto some groovy music! And by "younger set", we mean those 10 years old and younger – as most of these songs are the perfect sort to play for littler kids who've been getting force-fed a diet of mainstream pop, kiddie TV, and American Idol-type music – all tracks that are from surprisingly cool, groovy sources – including some 60s and 70s artists you may well already have in your collection! Most of this music wasn't written specifically for kids, and you'd hardly find most of these under a conventional heading of "children's music" – but if you, like we, respect that most young minds are sharper than most folks give them credit for, then you'll find yourself with plenty of mind-sharpening songs on this set! Titles include "You Can Sing A Rainbow" by Nina Simone, "Occapella" by Van Dyke Parks, "One Was Johnny" by Carole King, "The Town/Me & My Arrow" by Nilsson, "Pinball Number Count" by The Pointer Sisters, "The Mandolin Man & His Secret" by Donovan, "Running In The Green Grass" by Miss Abrams & The Strawberry Point 4th Grade Class, "Diamond Day" by Vashti Bunyan, "Jenny Jenkins" by Jerry Garcia & David Grisman, "Rainbow Connection" by Kermit The Frog, and "Daddy What If" by Bobby Bare. CD

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✨✧ Various1000 Nadelstiche – Amerikaner & Briten Singen Deutsch – Country ... CD
Bear Family (Germany), 1960s. Used ... Out Of Stock
24 tracks from Johnny Cash, Wanda Jackson, Willie Nelson, Jim Ed Brown, Frank Ifield, Jody Miller, Bobby Bare, Stu Phillips, Anita Kerr Singers, Tommy Overstreet, and Lynn Anderson – all sung in German! CD

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✨✧ VariousHalloween Nuggets – Haunted Underground Classics ... CD
Rock Beat, Mid 60s. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A hip batch of Halloween nuggets – rare singles, mostly from the 60s – and mostly recorded during that wonderful moment when monster movies and rock and roll had a really happy collision! That era yielded plenty of hits, but this set digs way way deeper than those – and it also mixes in trailers from a few key films of the time, all to emphasize the horror setting for the tunes! Titles include "I Was A Teenage Monster" by The Keytones, "The Invasion Is Coming" by The Invasion, "Vampira" by Bobby Bare, "The Devil Drivers" by The Vettes, "Graveyard" by The Phantom Five, "Mummy Walk" by The Contrails, "Ghost A Go Go" by Richard Rome, "Black Magic" by Jericho Jones, "Graveyard Stomp" by Billy Ghoulston, "Jack The Ripper" by The Elites, "House On Haunted Hill" by Kenny & The Fiends, "Jekyll & Hyde" by Jim Burgett, "Strolling After Dark" by The Shades, and "It" by Johnny Fraser & The Regalaires. CD

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✨✧ VariousHalloween Nuggets – Monster Sixties A Go Go (3CD set) ... CD
Rock Beat, Mid 60s. New Copy 3 CDs ... Out Of Stock
A hip batch of Halloween nuggets – rare singles, mostly from the 60s – and mostly recorded during that wonderful moment when monster movies and rock and roll had a really happy collision! That era yielded plenty of hits, but this set digs way way deeper than those – to come up with a stunning 98 tracks in all, many of which we've never heard before – and that's saying a lot, given how much we really love Halloween music! If you thought you've heard it all, there's plenty to dig here – way more than familiar tracks like "Monster Mash" – with gems that include "Creature From Outer Space" by Sonny Day, "Nightmare" by The Abstracts, "Witch Girl" by The Mystrys, "Zoola Zooky" by Johnny Anderson, "Vampira" by Bobby Bare, "Ghost Guitars" by Baron Daemon & The Vampires, "The Guillotine" by The Executioners, "Voodoo Doll" by Glenda & Glen, "Grim Reaper" by The Twelfth Night, "Graveyard Creep" by James Dubon, "Scream" by Ralph Nieson & The Chancellors, "Old Boris" by Bela La Goldenstein – and lots lots more! CD
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✨✧ VariousMovie For Daddy – Scores To Groove The Screens By Blue Note ... CD
Blue Note (France), Late 60s/1970s. Used ... Out Of Stock
A hip hour's worth of furiously funky theme songs, film cuts, and funky jams from the silver screen and 70s TV – all compiled by the groove hound geniuses at Blue Note for the Groov Experience series! The groove here stretches from furious bass heavy jams, to stripped down Latin funk monsters, to string-heavy film score funk – but they share the common trait of a pure booty shakin' 70s vibe, one that made the movies and detective shows of the era so inimitably wonderful! And although a few tracks are familiar, they're mixed up nicely here to really keep things fresh throughout. Titles include "Enter The Dragon" by Jack Parnell, "Kojak" by Willie Bobo, "Across 110th Street" by Bobby Womack, "The Final Comedown" by Grant Green, "The Earthmen" by Paddy Kingsland, "Keep Your Eye On The Sparrow (Baretta's Theme)" by Earl Klugh, "Down Here On The Ground (Ummah rmx)" by Grant Green & Dianne Reeves, "Peter Gunn Mambo" and "Harlem Nocturne" by Jack Costanzo, "Funky Fever" by Alan Morehouse, and "Bullitt" by Wilton Felder. CD
(Still sealed with the hype sticker. Disc is Copy Controlled.)

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✨✧ VariousNovelty Christmas – 29 Of The Funniest Christmas Songs Ever Released ... CD
Silly, 1950s/1960s/1970s. Used ... Out Of Stock
Music from Chris Clay, The Serious Brothers, The Stompers, Bobby Salvatore, Mona Savant, The Barefoot Man, Amos & Arabella Mel Blanc, Dora Bryan, Nick Nack & Patty Wack, The Ravens, and more - 29 tracks in all! CD
(Out of print.)

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✨✧ VariousSoul Shots Vol 1 – We Got More Soul ... LP
Rhino, 1960s. Near Mint- ... Out Of Stock
A nice selection of classic 60s rhythm and blues dance tracks just like the title says, and while we had recalled this collection as being fairly tied to mainstream tastes, there's a few nice little nuggets on here that they dug a little deeper for. 14 tracks in all: "But It's All Right" by JJ Jackson, "She's Looking Good" by Rodger Collins, "Ain't Nothin' But A House Party" by the Show Stoppers, "The Duck" by Jackie Lee, "I Take What I Want" by James & Bobby Purify, "Funky Broadway (part 1)" and "We Got More Soul" by Dyke & The Blazers, "Booglaoo Down Broadway" by Fantastic Johnny C, "Barefootin'" by Robert Parker, "I Got You (I Feel Good)" by James Brown, and "Summertime" by Billy Stewart. LP, Vinyl record album

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Roberto Miranda's Home Music EnsembleLive At Bing Theater – Los Angeles 1985 ... CD
Dark Tree (France), 1985. New Copy ... $14.99 16.99
A never-issued live performance from the Nimbus Records scene in LA – a spiritual gem that features bassist Roberto Miranda in the lead, working with some key other players from the city at the time! Miranda's always been one of the secret heroes of the underground west coast scene – a bassist and percussionist whose talents graced some really great records, even if he barely recorded as a leader on his own (a few great records on Nimbus) – and his leadership here is maybe more of that as a creative collaborator, helping to bring together Bobby Bradford on cornet and trumpet, John Carter on clarinet, James Newton on flute, and Horace Tapscott on piano! Some numbers have a fair bit of added percussion, some in the Latin mode – and the feeling of the set is nicely different than work led by Tapscott during the same period, and Carter and Bradford too – equally excellent, but with a very fresh side of their talents. Titles include "Agony In The Garden", "Dance Of Blessing Happiness & Peace", "Improvised Bass Solo", "Deborah Tasmin", "Faith", and "Platform For Freedom". CD

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✨✧ Geater DavisLost Soul ... CD
House Of Orange/Luv N' Haight, Early 70s. Used ... Out Of Stock
An incredible collection of work from the vastly-overlooked Geater Davis – and a set that definitely lives up to its title! Geater Davis is a tremendous singer from the south – but one who barely ever got his due back in the 70s – even though these recordings for the tiny House Of Orange label are every bit as amazing as work coming out for bigger labels like Stax or Hi Records! Although Davis didn't record nearly as much as his contemporaries, he's got a sound that matches or beats them – a raw, raspy quality that's a bit like Bobby Blue Bland, touched with the depth of feeling we love in James Carr, peppered with elements of other Memphis singers – all produced to perfection with a sound that's got a deep-burning soul that never lets up. This excellent collection features all tracks from Geater's rare album Sweet Woman's Love, plus additional singles from the time – all produced by Allen Orange, an overlooked genius in the southern studio scene of the 70s. Titles include "Don't Marry A Fool", "Cry Cry Cry", "I Love You", "I Know My Baby Loves Me", "I Can Hold My Own", "Cold Love (long version)", "I'll Get By", "I'll Play The Blues For You", "Breath Taking Girl", and a killer long take on "For Your Precious Love". CD
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✨✧ Jimmy Radway & The Fe Me Time All StarsDub I ... LP
Pressure Sounds (UK), 1970s. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Let's forget for a second that Jimmy Radway's Dub I is just about one of the hardest to get pieces of Jamaican wax, so we can talk about what a fierce batch of rhythms we've got here! Add ET's deft hand at the console and you've got one mighty, mighty batch of drum and bass, with some nice licks of horns, keys and guitars dipping and ducking into the reverb-drenched dub stew, and you know you're in a for a treat! Releases on Radway's Fe Me label, as well as his productions for other small Jamaican indies are sought after for their deep roots sound, but unfortunately the original issue of this incredible dub set barely saw the light of day. Pressure Sounds keeps up the pressure with this long overdue reissue, and the band here includes Carlton Barrett, Family Man, Organ D Downie, Bobby Ellis, Dirty Harry, Cedric Im Brooks, Tommy McCook and Vin Gordon. 10 tracks in all, including "Black Rights", "Cinderella", "Micron Way", "Hell & Sorrow", "Awn Yah!", "Mother Liza", "Back To Africa", "She's Mine", "Wicked Have To Feel It" and "Black I Am". LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ VariousWarner Surfin & Hot Rod Nuggets – She Rides With Me ... CD
Warner (Japan), Mid 60s. Used ... Out Of Stock
A definite batch of nuggets from the Warner Brothers vaults – not just rare singles on Warner, but material from now-owned labels like Colpix, Vault, Era, and Del-Fi – all brought together in one mighty cool selection of tracks! The material here is all in the surf and hot rod style promised by the title – about half instrumental, half vocal – which makes for a nice sort of interplay between the artists, and the kind of creative compilation approach that you don't always get from a major label. There's plenty here we'd never heard before, and most of the cuts are far from the hits – nuggets that include "Barefoot In The Sand" by The Sea Shells, "Skate Board" by Sidewalk Surfers, "Johnny Surfboard" by Barry Mann, "Latin'ia" by The Sentinels, "Shame Girl" by The Neptunes, "School is A Gas" by The Wheel Men, "Sammy The Sidewalk Surfer" by The Surfettes, "Our Favorite Martian" by Bobby Fuller & The Fanatics, "Go Go GTO" by Carol & Cheryl, "Skiing In The Snow" by The Beach Girls, "The Okie Surfer" by The Country Boys, "I Do" by The Castells, and "Swimtime USA" by The Life Guards. CD
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✨✧ VariousDavid Hepworth's Deep 70s – Underrated Cuts From A Misunderstood Decade (4CD set) ... CD
Edsel (UK), 1970s. New Copy 4CD ... Out Of Stock
A very cool little set – maybe not the deepest dive into the decade of the 70s, in that the package isn't full of unissued tracks or super-rare singles – but it does represent a great look at the decade that goes way past the hits, and much farther than the charts – including the sort of material that was slightly ignored at the time, but has gone on to be really appreciated in more recent years! The book-style set is filled with great choices and unusual tunes – work from both the US and UK scenes, some of it by bigger names represented here by more unusual cuts – some by others who barely cracked the mainstream, but did some great work at the time. There's one full CD of female artists, and a pretty unusual mix of titles – 71 titles in all, by artists who include Murray Head, The Records, Ronnie Lane, Terry Reid, Sandy Denny, Wendy Waldman, Freddie King, Montrose, Tim Buckley, Don Nix, Jerry Williams, Big Star, Tony Joe White, Delaney & Bonnie, John Prine, Michael Franks, Bobby Charles, Andy Pratt, Hirth Martinez, Robert Palmer, Jess Roden, Roy Harper, Patto, Sharks, The Roches, Linda Lewis Valerie Carter, and many others! CD

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✨✧ VariousMambo Santa Mambo – Christmas From The Latin Lounge ... CD
Rhino, 1950s/1960s. Used ... Out Of Stock
Cooler than you could imagine – and we had no idea there were this many great Latin Christmas songs out there! There's 18 cuts in all – and we've barely seen any of these on vinyl before, which means that even collectors like us will find the set to be super-fresh. Great stuff for any party – hip or square – and with a track list that includes "Winter Wonderland Cha Cha" by Tina Robin, "Jingle Bells" by Celia Cruz, "Mambo Santa Mambo" by The Enchanters, "Rudolph The Red Nose Reinder Mambo" by Billy May, "December Twenty Five" by the Flashcats, "Corrido De Auld Lang Syne" by Little Bobby Rey, "Jingle Bells Mambo" by Frank Petty Trio, "Where Is Santa Claus?" by Augie Rios, and "Jingle Bells" by Joe Loco. CD
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