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Tommy James & The ShondellsHanky Panky ... LP
Roulette, Mid 60s. Very Good+ ... $11.99
We're sure you know the group from their mega-hit oldie title cut – a garagey tune with a very catchy hook – but you might also appreciate them for the soulful finish they put on other tracks on this set, clearly inspired by groups on Atlantic, and going for a blue-eyed soul approach that they're not always known for. Titles include "Soul Searchin Baby", "Lots Of Pretty Girls", "Shake A Tail Feather", "Good Lovin", "The Lover", and "Love Makes The World Go Round". LP, Vinyl record album
(Stereo orange label pressing. Cover has light wear.)
 
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Beau BrummelsTwo Days Til Tomorrow – The Warner Brothers Non-Album Singles 1966 to 1970 ... LP
Warner/Hanky Panky (UK), Late 60s. New Copy ... $26.99 29.99
Really wonderful work from one of our favorite groups on late 60s Warner Brothers – the mighty Beau Brummels, a group who were already years ahead of their time, and who also evolved strongly during the short span of time covered on this album! As you'd guess from the title, the collection features all sorts of great tracks that never appeared on the group's classic albums for Warner – spanning the psychedelic folk of their early years on the label, to the rich country-inspired sounds of their last – and also including a few solo tunes from singer Sal Valentino too! These aren't just throwaway cuts or covers, as many of them are originals – mostly penned by the great Ron Elliott – titles that include "I'm A Sleeper", "Cherokee Girl", "Long Walking Down To Misery", "Lift Me", "Lower Level", "Two Days Til Tomorrow", "She Reigns", and "Fine With Me". Also features nice remakes of "One Too Many Mornings" and "Don't Make Promises" – and Sal Valentino cuts "A Song For Rochelle", "Silkie", "Alligator Man", and "Friends & Lovers". LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Paul WilliamsSo Many People – The Reprise Mono Singles & More ... LP
Reprise/Hanky Panky, Early 70s. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Really wonderful work from Paul Williams – an artist known to some as one of the best songwriters of the 70s, but also a great singer on his own, when he got the chance! The set features Paul working with the great Roger Nichols – the A&M Records genius who forged a key instrumental partnership with Williams' words – and the production on the record really captures the raspy, honest charms that make Paul's vocals so great in these early days. Nichols and Artie Butler handle the arrangements – and the cuts here are a great addition to Paul's one Reprise album of the time – as they feature unissued material that really expands on the album's charms. Titles include the mono single mixes of "So Many People", "To Put Up With You", "Someday Man", and "Mornin I'll Be Movin On" – plus session tracks of "The Drifter" and "Someday Man", demos of "So Many People" and "I Know You", and more instrumental tracks too. LP, Vinyl record album
 
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Roy BuddVigilante – Roy Budd Cult Film Soundtracks 1971–1977 ... CD
Sanctuary (UK), 1970s. Used ... $14.99
A massive tribute to one of the greatest 70s soundtrack composers – England's mighty Roy Budd, the man responsible for Get Carter and some other incredible gems! This package is the first to really dip into Roy's classic 70s work – and it does a great job of bringing together funky tunes that might have been passed up because they were hidden in otherwise mellower soundtracks. Snippets of dialogue are juxtaposed with some great grooves – and a few of the tracks are presented in new remixes that give the set a fresh feel, even if you own some of the original Budd soundtracks. The overall sound is great – a wonderful blend of jazzy riffs and cop show grooves – and titles include "Hanky Panky", "Beauty & The Bass (edit)", "M17", "Black Is Beautiful", "The Girl In The Car", "Jazz Source (edit)", "Livin Should Be This Way", "Free Tarrant", "Hallucinations (edit)", "Diamond Fortress (Karminsky Experience rmx)", "Diamonds", "Jazz It Up (Mitchell & Dewbury mix)", "Get Carter Theme (Bobby Hughes Experience mix)", and "Mr Easy". CD

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ChicagoChicago VII ... LP
Columbia, 1974. Near Mint- 2LP Gatefold ... $13.99
Still part of the classic early run of the group – one of the most production for an act like this in the 70s – and an album that still has them putting out a double-length set of goodness! Titles include "Byblos", "Song Of The Evergreens", "Searchin So Long", "Call On Me", "Skinny Boy", "Woman Don't Want To Love Me", "Hanky Panky", "Life Saver", "Happy Man", "Aire", and "Devil's Sweat". LP, Vinyl record album
(A nice copy!)

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Dexter GordonClubhouse ... CD
Blue Note (Japan), 1965. New Copy ... $13.99
Rare Blue Note work from Dexter Gordon – an album that was recorded during Gordon's legendary run for the label in the 60s, but not issued until a brief vinyl pressing nearly 15 years later! The record's got Gordon vamping in tight hardbop formation – a sound that's strongly 60s Blue Note all the way through, and which shows the great control that the label helped bring to Dex's music – giving him new focus and energy to take off on much freer flights later in the 60s. Other players on the date include Freddie Hubbard on trumpet, Barry Harris on piano, Billy Higgins on drums, and Bob Cranshaw on bass – and Hubbard's trumpet is an especially welcome element here on the more upbeat numbers. Titles include "Hanky Panky", "Jodi", "Lady Iris B", "Clubhouse", and "Devilette". CD

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Dexter GordonClubhouse (RVG remaster edition) ... CD
Blue Note, 1965. Used ... $12.99
Rare Blue Note work from Dexter Gordon – an album that was recorded during Gordon's legendary run for the label in the 60s, but not issued until a brief vinyl pressing nearly 15 years later! The record's got Gordon vamping in tight hardbop formation – a sound that's strongly 60s Blue Note all the way through, and which shows the great control that the label helped bring to Dex's music – giving him new focus and energy to take off on much freer flights later in the 60s. Other players on the date include Freddie Hubbard on trumpet, Barry Harris on piano, Billy Higgins on drums, and Bob Cranshaw on bass – and Hubbard's trumpet is an especially welcome element here on the more upbeat numbers. Titles include "Hanky Panky", "Jodi", "Lady Iris B", "Clubhouse", and "Devilette". CD
(2007 RVG edition.)

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VariousDo Wah Diddy – Words & Music By Ellie Greenwich & Jeff Barry ... CD
Ace (UK), 1960s. New Copy ... $9.99 18.99
A motherlode of classics from one of the best guy/girl songwriting teams of the 60s – the legendary pairing of Jeff Barry and Ellie Greenwich, both names that appeared on countless hits during the decade! The pair had a great way with a tune – often coming up with a gentle groove that kept things catchy, even when the lyrics could be blue – a balance that made most of their best work these little symphonies of soul and emotion, themes poised perfectly between the poles of joy and sadness. The set, like others in Ace's producer/writer series of 60s pop, does a great job of moving between different labels, different artists, and different styles to show the wide range of music touched by the genius of Barry & Greenwich – and like the rest, this one features full track-by-track details on the music, plus lots more notes on the pair. Titles include "True True Love" by Tony Pass, "Everybody Come Clap Your Hands" by Moody & The Deltas, "He Ain't No Angel" by The Ad Libs, "I Can Hear Music" by The Beach Boys, "Nobody But You" by The Tokens, "Little Boy" by Karen Verros, "I Hear You Say" by Andy Kim, "Hanky Panky" by The Summits, "What Have You Been Doing" by The Majors, "I Won't Be Me Anymore" by Vic Donna, "River Deep Mountain High" by Nilsson, "Do Wah Diddy" by The Exciters, "Baby Be Mine" by The Jelly Beans, "Hold On Baby" by Sam Hawkins, and "Maybe I Know" by Lesley Gore. CD

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VariousLaurie Records Story Vol 3 – Girls & Girl Groups ... CD
Ace (UK), Mid 60s. New Copy ... $9.99 18.99
Great girl group grooves from Laurie Records – one of the powerhouses of the genre during the 60s! The set brings together some of the best that Laurie had to offer at the time – not just hits, but some great lesser-known gems that really make the package stand out from other girl group sets on the market – a wonderful collection of both rock and soul cuts that show there's still plenty left to discover if you know where to dig! Tracks are pulled not just from the main Laurie label, but also from other imprints too – including the Rust, Providence, and Harmon labels – and as usual, Ace has done a bang-up job with the notes and images – helping us learn plenty about the music while our ears are enjoying the sounds. Titles include "Hanky Panky" by The Summits, "Shy Guy" by The Charmers, "You're The Love Of My Life" by Brenda Lee Jones, "Stop Look & Listen" by The Chiffons, "He's Mine" by Linda & The Lindettes, "Your Big Mistake" by The Del-Rons, "I Still Love You" by Les Girls, "He's My Dream Boy" by Marie Antoinette, "How Can I Be Sure" by Gloria Dennis, "Circus Girl" by Bernadette Carroll, "Whenever A Teenager Cries" by The Jeans, "Nothing Went Right" by Lorrie Darnell, and "Your Life Is Gone" by Reparata. CD

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VariousTwisted Wheel – Brazennoise & Whitworth Street, Manchester 1963 to 1971 – The Original Sound Of Northern Soul, Popcorn & R&B ... LP
Charly (UK), Late 60s. New Copy ... $18.99 24.99
A great package of classic underground soul – wrapped around the story of one of the most legendary soul clubs in the UK – home to the great wave of Northern Soul enthusiasm that burst big in the 60s – plus a fair bit of hanky panky as well! This collection shows a decidedly raw side of the club's roots – American soul from the 60s, plus a fair bit of R&B as well – a groove that's rougher than you might find on other Northern Soul collections – which often tend towards some of the tighter Detroit productions of the period. The LP features 14 great tracks from back in the day – underground soul that's great, even if you don't care about the history of the legendary venue – titles that include "Cry To Me" by Solomon Burke, "Searchin" by Alvin Robinson, "Fortune Teller" by Benny Spellman, "At The Party" by Big Sambo, "Do The 45" by The Sharpees, "Talk To Me Baby" by Joe Haywood, "Long Time No See" by Ronnie & The Manhattans, "Twine Time" by Alvin Cash, "Omar Khayyam" by The Rubaiyats, and "A Certain Girl" by Bo Diddley. LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ John CaleParis 1919 ... LP
Reprise, 1973. Near Mint- ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Beautiful work from John Cale – proof that in his years after The Velvet Underground, he was one hell of a talented solo act! The songs are all wonderfully written, and supported by orchestrations that are light, but which bring some overall depth to the record – a sense of class, but not in a too-slick studio-heavy way – more in the mode of some of the work coming out of the UK at the tail end of the 60s – particularly on Island Records. Although Cale's vocal approach here (and elsewhere) is often somewhat flat, that quality is also one of the most compelling aspects of the record – as it creates a tension with the warmer orchestrations, and a dark undercurrent that's totally great – a bit like some of Brian Eno's first few vocal albums, but more tuneful overall. Titles include "Hanky Panky Nohow", "Andalucia", "Paris 1919", "Graham Greene", "Half Past France", "Antartica Starts Here", and "Macbeth". LP, Vinyl record album
(UK pressing with Rays etch. Includes the insert. Cover has some surface wear, aging, price sticker remnants, and lightly bent corners.)

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✨✧ Shirley ScottSuperstition ... LP
Cadet, 1973. Very Good+ ... Out Of Stock
One of the coolest, grooviest albums ever from Hammond giant Shirley Scott – a set that's got a fair bit of funk in the mix, and a really rich array of inventive lines on the keyboards too! The tracks are longer than usual, and really step past the more familiar Shirley Scott modes of the 60s – opening up into more righteous 70s territory in the company of Chess/Cadet Records – with arrangements from Richard Evans that are as sophisticated as they are funky! Evans plays bass on the record – in a combo that also features both Jimmy Ponder and David Spinozza on guitar, Jimmy Owens and Art Hoyle on trumpets, and Grady Tate on drums. The album features some great drum breaks on Shirley's versions of "Superstition" and "Lady Madonna", and includes a totally great cover of "People Make The World Go Round", the killer originals "Hanky's Panky" and "Liberation Song", and a sweet take on "Last Tango In Paris". LP, Vinyl record album
(Orange label pressing. Cover has light wear.)
 
 
 



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