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Kenny RankinFamily ... LP
Mercury, 1970. Very Good ... $9.99
Beautiful beautiful early work by Kenny Rankin – a unique blend of styles that has him working at a level that he barely matched again! The album picks off where Kenny's sublime Moon Dusters album left off – taking the folk rock style of the 60s, and filtering it through the hipper singer/songwriter mode of the early 70s – made all the much prettier with arrangements by the great Artie Schroeck, a wonderful person to handle dark songs such as those in the set! Rankin contributes some fantastic originals to the set, alongside some well-chosen tracks from the late 60s – like Bert Jansch's "Needle Of Death", McCartney & Lennon's "Dear Prudence", Carol King's "Up On The Roof", Gordon Lightfoot's "Mountains & Marian", and Donovan's "Skip Along Sam". Other tracks include "House Of Gold", "Four Days Gone", "Family Theme", and "Soft Guitar". LP, Vinyl record album
(Original pressing! Cover has some wear and staining.)
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Elmore JamesElmore James & His Broomdusters – The Classic Early Recordings 1951 to 1956 (3CD Set) ... CD
Ace (UK), Early 50s. New Copy 3 CDs ... $14.99 24.99
A massive 3CD look at the key early years of Elmore James – a package that's overflowing with great work by one of the greatest blues guitarists of the 50s! The set starts way back at James' roots in Mississippi, with some sweetly rough-edged recordings that still sparkle with incredible lines on electric guitar – then it moves deeper into Elmore's years in Chicago, recording with slightly greater clarity, and a sound that had an undeniable influence on the scene in that city at the time. The set's completed by recordings from Culver City, New Orleans, and Chicago again – presented in both master takes and alternates that offer up some equally compelling guitar solos. The set features 71 tracks in all, plus 40 full pages of notes – and titles that include "Dust My Broom", "Hand In Hand", "One More Drink", "I Believe", "Make My Dreams Come True", "Dark & Dreary", "Strange Kinda Feeling", "Early In The Morning", "Happy Home", "So Mean To Me", "Long Tall Woman", "Elmo's Shuffle", "Sho Nuff I Do", "Please Come Back To Me", "Wehre Can My Baby Be", "I May Be Wrong", "Kicking The Blues Around", and "Sinful Woman". CD

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