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Exact matches: 4
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Johnny CougarUS Male – 2000 AD/Lou-ser/Hot Man/Kicks ... 7-inch
Gulcher, 1978. Near Mint- (pic cover)... $9.99
... 7-inch, Vinyl record

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John Cougar MellencampLonesome Jubilee (with bonus track) ... CD
Universal, 1987. Used ... $1.99
... CD
(Remastered edition.)

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John Cougar MellencampUh Huh ... CD
Polygram, 1983. Used ... $1.99
... CD

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✨✧ John Cougar MellencampAmerican Fool (with bonus track) ... CD
Mercury/Universal, 1982. Used ... Out Of Stock
... CD
(Remastered edition.)
Close matches: 1
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CD, LP, Vinyl record album cover art
Gyedu-Blay AmbolleyAmbolley ... LP
Cougar/Mr Bongo (UK), 1982. New Copy (reissue)... $14.99 21.98
A really well-crafted set of funk from the legendary Gyedu-Blay Ambolley – maybe best known for his material in the mid 70s, but sounding equally wonderful here on an album from the start of the 80s! The sound is sharper and more sophisticated than before – recorded in London, with a great ear for the many possibilities of basslines, keyboard parts, and rhythms – used in modes that embrace a wider range of soul styles, but which also don't sound anything at all like mainstream R&B! A few tracks feature more familiar highlife rhythms, but most are in this new breed laid down by Ambolley – on titles that include "Walking Down The Street", "Frafranta", "Adwoa", "Cut Your Coat", "Cause I Love You", and a great funky remake of "Simigwa" – maybe worth the price of the album alone, thanks to percussion that almost rivals the Incredible Bongo Band. LP, Vinyl record album
Possible matches: 2
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✨✧ Eddie Lockjaw DavisGoin To The Meeting ... LP
Prestige, 1962. Very Good+ ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A great one – and one of the rarest Prestige dates from Eddie Lockjaw Davis! The album features a unique group that includes Horace Parlan on piano – in place of the organ that had graced many of Davis' earlier Prestige records – with added groovy energy from Buddy Catlett on bass, Art Taylor on drums, and Willie Bobo on congas – all players who seem to give Davis an even sharper edge than before – not entirely the modern tones of his pairings with Johnny Griffin, but a bit less sleepy than in the company of a Hammond. The congas really kick things up nicely – and there's an undercurrent of fire that almost recalls some of the best Blue Note dates of this nature from the time. Titles include "Little Cougar", "Yes Yes", "Pass The Hat", "Goin To Meetin", and "Oh Babee". LP, Vinyl record album
(Blue trident label stereo pressing with Van Gelder stamp. Labels have a name in pen. Cover has a small split in the top seam, some yellowing from age, with a small name and some notes in pen on back.)

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✨✧ Suzanne CianiLife In Waves (clear vinyl pressing) (2020 Record Store Day Release) ... LP
Earth Libraries, 1970s/Early 80s/2020. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Fantastic electronic sounds from Suzanne Ciani – a real pioneer in using electronics for a variety of sources – both experimental and commercial! This package features a great selection of both – rare material from the vaults, brought together for the documentary of the same name – a wonderful soundtrack that includes "The Eighth Wave", "Rain (Life In Waves version)", "Butterflies", "The Velocity Of Love", "The First Wave", "Concert At Phill Niblock's Loft", "Paris 1971", and cool commercials that include "Liberator Atari TV Spot", "Clean Room ITT TV Spot", "Lincoln Mercury 4 Door Cougar TV Spot", and "Pop & Pour Coca Cola Logo". LP, Vinyl record album
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✨✧ VariousJamaica To Toronto – Soul, Funk, & Reggae 1967 to 1974 ... CD
Light In The Attic, Late 60s/Early 70s. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A mindblowing musical discovery – funky music made in Canada by ex-patriot Jamaicans – easily some of the most obscure post-colonial grooves we've ever dug! The sound here is a lot less reggae-based than you'd expect – as most of the tunes are in a really nitty gritty funky 45 sort of mode – filled with strong influences from American soul of the late 60s and early 70s, but often done with a style that's a bit dirtier and fuzzier, especially at the bottom of the rhythms. There's a few traces of Jamaican production styles on the records, but overall the album's more like finding a lost stash of rare 45s from some smaller American funk scene – all work that's totally darn fresh, and beautifully presented here in a lavish booklet filled with enough notes and vintage images to rival the work coming out of the Numero camp of late! Great stuff all around, with titles that include "Chips Chicken Banana Split" and "Fugitive Song" by Jo Jo & The Fugitives, "Eternal Love" by The Sheiks, "Memories" by Noel Ellis, "Right On" and "I Wish It Would Rain" by The Cougars, "Grand Funk" by Jackie Mittoo, "Love Is The Answer" by Ram, "You're So Good To Me Baby" by Eddie Spencer, "Mr Fortune" by The Hitch-Hikers with Mighty Pope, "Fire (She Need Water)" by Wayne McGhie & The Sounds Of Joy, and "I Believe In Music" by Bob & Wisdom. CD

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