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VariousYou Be A Disc Jockey – UBADJ ... LP
Cameo, Mid 60s. Very Good+ ... $14.99
A very cool concept record – put together by DJ Don Bruce – with one side that features music from Cameo Records, and another that let's you put in your voice to be the DJ! Features tracks by The Tymes, Rays, Dee Dee Sharp, The Orlons, Tootie & The Bouquets, and The Dovells! LP, Vinyl record album
 
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✨✧ Connie RussellAlone With You ... LP
United Artists, 1959. Near Mint- ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A wonderful set from vocalist Connie Russell – a sexy singer whose sound perfectly matches her bottomless look on the cover of the record! Arrangements are relatively soft, but with a nice touch of jazz – and Connie's dusky vocals move effortlessly through the tunes – with nice little inflections that make the familiar tunes her own, and which really illuminate some of the lesser-known numbers. Ian Bernard handles the backings – and titles include "You're My Man", "You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To", "Take Me In Your Arms", "All I Do Is Dream Of You", "You & The Night & The Music", and "That Old Feeling". LP, Vinyl record album
(Mono white label promo with deep groove. Cover has a split bottom seam held with clear tape, light wear and aging, and a Disc Jockey stamp and some marker on back.)

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✨✧ Black Cat MysteryBlack Cat Mystery Vol 3 – February to December 1953 – Issues 42-47 (hardcover) ... Book
PS Artbooks (UK), 1953. New Copy Book ... Out Of Stock
Some of the coolest horror comics of the 50s – the legendary Black Cat Mystery from Harvey Publications! Harvey was maybe only second to EC in terms of gore and gritty story content – and these issues are awash in great work from the pre-code years of horror comics – the kind of unbridled, unregulated writing and artwork that left plenty of kids shivering under their covers in the postwar years! The stories can be incredibly creepy at times – often without any sort of happy ending or redemptive plot twist – and the artwork is filled with ghouls, demons, and other supernatural forces – all presented here in great color reproductions of the original valuable comics. This volume features artwork by Joe Certa, Al Eadeh, Don Perlin, Rocco Mastroserio, Bob Powell, Warren Kremer, Manny Stallman, Howard Nostrand, Lee Elias, and others – and stories include "Devil Drums", "My Husband The Cat", "Eternity", "What Was The Discovery", "Insomnia", "Disc Jockey", and more. 256 pages, full color, and hardcover. Book
 
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✨✧ TortoiseBeacons Of Ancestorship ... LP
Thrill Jockey, 2009. New Copy Gatefold (reissue)... $16.99 19.99
A diverse display of hard grooving avant instrumental soundscapes from Tortoise! All the descriptions of how groundbreaking Tortoise was in the earlier years, and forward looking they've remained throughout their career is all fine and good (and true) – but it isn't often discussed how flat out fun the group is at its best – and that's what we love about this record. Here they blend dynamics built from Krautrock and elastic proggy influences, electronic experimentalism, dubby bass, hypnotic soundtracky vibes, and even a little bit of raw, rugged punk into an overall approach that's Tortoise through and through. Titles include "High Class Slim Came Floatin In", "Prepare Your Coffin", "Northern Something", "Gigantes", "Penumbra", "Yinxianghechechengqi", "The Fall Of The Seven Diamonds Plus One", "Minors", Monument Six Thousand One Hundred", "De Chelly" and "Charteroak Foundation". LP, Vinyl record album
 
 
 



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