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✨✧ Ry CooderBorderline ... LP
Warner, 1980. Used ... Out Of Stock
Titles include "Speedo", "Johnny Porter", "Down In The Boondocks", "Crazy Bout An Automobile", and "Girls From Texas". LP, Vinyl record album
 
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✨✧ VariousPomegranates – Persian Pop, Funk, Folk, and Psych Of The 60s & 70s ... LP
Finders Keepers (UK), 1960s/1970s. New Copy 2LP ... Out Of Stock
Bright Persian psychedelic pop, funk, soul and boundless grooves from the 60s & 70s – one of the greatest compilations yet from Finders Keepers! Many of the tunes are actually classics of the era's Iranian scene, if wildly fresh and new our ears, while others are quite obscure all around, but all of it is fresh and exciting exotic pop that we're thrilled to see collected. The sounds draw from the creatively fertile period when traditions were combined in music all around the world – with hypnotic eastern raga strings blended with global funk and jazz, bursting pop tunefulness and both meditative and instantly gratifying melodies of myriad influences, borderline disco grooves and beyond. Exciting stuff! 16 tracks in all: "Helelyos'" by Zia, "Biya Bar-e Safar Bandim" by Mohammad Nouri, "Talagh" by Googoosh, "Miravi" by Soli, "Kavir-e Del" by Marjan, "Naz Kardanet Vaveyla" by Sima Bina", "Sharm-e Boos-e" by Ramesh, "Cheshm-e Man" by Dariush and more. LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ MC5Kick Out the Jams ... CD
Elektra, 1969. Used ... Just Sold Out!
Great big Dee-troit rawk, like no other group of madmen could have ever created! This is the album that established the Motor City as the capital of late 60s/early 70s gonzo psychedelic rock, and still stands as probably the most massive live recording of the era. Pile-driving outer space noise at it's finest! Recorded live at the Grande Ballroom in Detroit and featuring incisive liner notes by ringleader John Sinclair. Tracks include "Kick Out The Jams", "Come Together", "Rocket Reducer No. 62", "Borderline", "Motor City Is Burning", "I Want You Right Now" and "Starship". CD

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✨✧ MetallicaMaster Of Puppets (180 gram pressing) ... LP
Elektra/Blackened, 1986. New Copy (reissue)... $17.99 19.98
An unimpeachable metal masterpiece! Master Of Puppets is one of the rare cases when the critical and popular consensuses match right up and are both right on the money – there's just no arguing against this being considered one of the greatest, most influential, and surprisingly timeless metal albums of all time – and it built that reputation organically, fan by fan, without radio or music videos to hype it. All the more impressive for the few disarmingly quiet moments and borderline pretty instrumental passages before the heaviness comes walloping back in, this one is for the ages. All classic songs on this one: "Battery", "Master Of Puppets", "The Thing That Should Not Be", "Welcome Home (Sanitarium)", "Disposable Heroes", "Leper Messiah", "Orion" and "Damage, Inc.". LP, Vinyl record album
(180 gram pressing on Metallica's own Blackened label – at a great price!)

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✨✧ MC5Total Assault – 50th Anniversary Collection (Kick Out The Jams/Back In The USA/High Time) (3LP set – red, white, & blue vinyl) ... LP
Warner, Late 60s/Early 70s. New Copy 3 LPs ... Out Of Stock
Back in their early days, MC5 never would have claimed to be the most patriotic group in the world – but they're certainly getting that treatment here – in a big box set that presents three classic albums on red, white, and blue vinyl! First up is Kick Out The Jams – great big Dee-troit rawk, like no other group of madmen could have ever created! This is the album that established the Motor City as the capital of late 60s/early 70s gonzo psychedelic rock, and still stands as probably the most massive live recording of the era. Pile-driving outer space noise at it's finest! Tracks include "Kick Out The Jams", "Come Together", "Rocket Reducer No. 62", "Borderline", "Motor City Is Burning", "I Want You Right Now", and "Starship". On Back In The USA, MC5 move to Atlantic Records after their first album – and find a whole new sort of focus that's pretty great! Their classic debut was a raw live album – designed to capture their intensity on the Detroit scene of the late 60s – but this set has the group stretching out, and really going for something else – working in the studio for the first time, with surprisingly strong production from a young Jon Landau – and a sense of focus in the songs that shows a great degree of maturity, while still keeping all their pre-punk edges! Wayne Kramer and Fred Sonic Smith are plenty darn fierce on guitar – and the titles alone give a good idea of the energy of the record – and include "Tutti Frutti", "Teenage Lust", "High School", "Shakin Street", "The Human Being Lawnmower", and "Back In The USA". High Time is Motor City madness from the MC5 – a searing batch of work that still has the groups kicking out the jams whenever possible! Guitars are fuzzy, freaky, and full-on – played with plenty of force by Fred Smith and Wayne Cramer, and driven home with some heavy drums by Dennis Thompson – almost a blues into funk approach, via hard rock – and definitely standard-setting work for the time. The album's often overlooked in favor of their debut, but it's well worth seeking out – and features tracks that include "Future/Now", "Skunk (Sonicly Speaking)", "Poison", "Gotta Keep Movin", and "Sister Anne". The set comes with never-seen photos – and a new essay on the band and their music! LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited edition, red, white, & blue colored vinyl.)

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✨✧ Nai PalmNeedlepaw (180 gram pressing) ... LP
Masterworks/Music On Vinyl (UK), 2018. New Copy 2LP Gatefold ... Out Of Stock
You'll know Nai Palm for her work with Haiatus Kaiyote – but here, the singer's in a completely different setting – one that's got a fair bit of acoustic elements in the music, but which is still plenty darn soulful overall! The shift almost reminds us of some of the best music from Linda Lewis in the 70s – as Nai Palm's vocals have this incredible range that only seems to get even more expression in a stripped-down setting – mostly with her own acoustic guitar as the core instrument, but almost always with other singers backing her up – so that there's this warmly-couched approach to the record, with loads of swirling harmonies – definitely keeping things more linked to soul than other modes. Titles include "Mobius", "Molasses", "Have You Ever Been To Electric Ladyland", "Atari", "Crossfire/So Into You", "Haiku", "Blackstar/Pyramid Song/Breathing Under Water", "When The Knife", "Atoll", and "Borderline With My Atoms". LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ EvensongEvensong (with bonus tracks) ... CD
Beatball (Korea), 1973. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
One of those records that should have been a classic – but which maybe never hit the mark at the time because it was too perfect, too far ahead of its generation to score a bigger hit! At one level, Evensong work in the same mix of folk and strings that you might find from some of Joe Boyd's productions over at Island – especially the music of Nick Drake – but there's other currents here that reflect the acoustic hipness on the LA scene a few years before, too – not necessarily country-inspired, but with currents that are more American than usual for UK work of the time. The group are a duo – Tony Hulme and Mike Lawson – but the sound really comes from the fuller arrangements from Mike Moran and Ray Fenwick, who flesh out their core ideas beautifully. Titles include "Smallest Man In The World", "Dodos & Dinosaurs", "I Was Her Cowboy", "Store Of Time", "Rum Runner", "Sweetbriar Road", and "Borderline" – plus 6 bonus tracks including "Home Made Wine", "Romeo", and "Tell Me A Story"! CD

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✨✧ Thin LizzyJohnny The Fox ... LP
Mercury, 1976. Used ... Out Of Stock
Ok, so can we admit that we love this one for just what it is? Thin Lizzy's always been tops in our book – and at this point, they're at their best, and sound like everything that AM rock dreams are made of, albeit with a heavier crunch. However, in order to regain our credibility, we'll also point out that the album also contains the monster old school break "Johnny The Fox Meets Jimmy The Weed" – with lots of tasty drums on the intro! Also includes "Johnny", "Rocky", "Borderline", "Don't Believe A Word", "Fool's Gold", "Old Flame", "Massacre", "Sweet Marie", and "Boogie Woogie Dance". LP, Vinyl record album
(Original pressing with Masterdisk stamp, including the heavy inner sleeve. Cover has light wear.)
 
 
 



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