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✨✧ Charlie MegiraTomorrow's Gone ... LP
Numero, 2000s. New Copy 2LP Gatefold ... Out Of Stock
The first-ever vinyl collection of work from Charlie Megira – an Israeli guitarist with a strong love of the roots of rock and roll – and a sound and style that feel like they're lifted right out of some rare records from the vinyl collection of The Cramps! Most of these tunes just feature Charlie on guitar and vocals – some just with guitar – but there's a raging, full-building sensibility throughout – kind of a weird vision back to the past, maybe ala Nick Cave's early solo work, or the films of David Lynch – an unsettling remake of historical aesthetics that's pretty darn great overall! Titles include "The Girl Who Was Frightened Of Ashtrays", "Death Dance Of The Busty Hot Lifeguard Instructor Babe", "Smile Now Cry Later", "Failure In Love", "Mali Bo", "At The Rasco", "Turn Around", "If You Only Knew", "Tomorrow's Gone", "Kiss Of Death", "The Valley Of Tears", "Freak Junior", and "Psychic Youth". LP, Vinyl record album
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✨✧ VariousYou're Not from Around Here ... LP
Numero, Mid 60s. New Copy ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
One of the most enigmatic records we've ever gotten from the Numero Group – especially since they usually go out of their way to tell the full story of most of their releases! This set purports to be the never-issued soundtrack from a 60s film titled You're Not From Around Here – but none of the film details, director, or writer show up with an internet search – leading us to believe that the label just felt that the whole thing was a great story to serve up some twang-heavy rarities from the underbelly of early 60s rock and roll. Turns out, they were plenty darn right – as the package alone is a dream – a cool octagonal box with a replica poster and a very cool look – housing a record full of rare rockers that include "A Song For Mary" by Gene Sikora, "First Love" by Bailey's Nervous Kats, "Spacewalk" by Nicky Roberts, "Wandering" by The Expressos, "Lonely Walk" by Alvie Self, "Somewhere Down The Line" by Shelley Duncan, "Haunted After Midnight" by Slim Martin, "16.88" by Hayden Thompson, "Wouldn't It Be Nice To Have Wings & Fly" by Buzz Clifford, "Tomorrow's Gone" by Charlie Megira, and "Ebb Tide" by Houston & Dorsey. LP, Vinyl record album
(In a replica of the original octagonal film canister, with 36" x 27" fold out poster! Indie store exclusive.)

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