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MembranesTime Warp 1991 (Long Live Trad Rock EP) ... LP
Homestead, 1987. Near Mint- ... $9.99
... LP, Vinyl record album
(Original pressing. Cover appears to have been signed by the band on back.)

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Queen Esther & Elliott SharpMighty ... CD
Homestead, 2007. Used ... $1.99
... CD
(Out of print.)

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StyrenesIt's Artastic! – Cleveland 75 to 79 ... CD
Homestead, Late 70s. Used ... $11.99
... CD
(Out of print.)

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✨✧ Big DipperHeavens/Boo Boo EP ... CD
Homestead/Dutch East India Trading, 1987. Used ... Out Of Stock
... CD
(Out of print.)

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✨✧ SeamHeadsparks (turquoise vinyl pressing) ... LP
Homestead/Numero, 1991. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Seminal work from Seam – here a trio with work from Superchunk's Mac McCaughan on drums, Lexi Mitchell on bass, and the great Sooyoung Park on guitar and vocals! The set's one of the true gems of the indie underground of the early 90s – one of the last bright flames to flicker from the Homestead label, and an album that set the tone for so many other acts to come! Park brings in plenty of fuzz, but there's also this really down to earth vibe to the whole record too – a group who's still honest and upfront, and maybe not trying to hide behind too much distortion – an appeal that really keeps this set strong over the decades. Titles include "Feather", "Grain", "Sky City", "Atari", "King Rice", "New Year's", "Granny 9x", and "Decatur". LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Flesh EatersLive (with bonus tracks) ... CD
Homestead/Dutch East India Trading, 1988. Used ... Out Of Stock
... CD
 
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Bobby BareDetroit City & Other Hits/500 Miles From Home/Talk Me Some Sense/Bird Named Yesterday (plus bonus tracks) ... CD
RCA/BGO (UK), Mid 60s. New Copy 2CD ... $16.99 19.99
Four gems from the early RCA years of Bobby Bare – plus bonus tracks too! First up is Detroit City – a classic early album from the great Bobby Bare – proof that the man had plenty of charms in the years before he started working with hip singer/songwriter material! The set kicks off with the huge title cut – a track that Bobby does better than just about anyone else – and it follows with a host of well-chosen cuts and some surprisingly great originals – showing an early songwriting side of Bare that didn't always get exposure in later years! Bobby's got a great edge in his vocals, even young – less of the pop modes that you'd hear on some of his singles – on titles that include "Shame On Me", "Detroit City", "Is It Wrong", "Dear Wastebasket", "The Gods Were Angry With Me", "Book Of Love", and "I Don't Believe I'll Fall In Love Today". 500 Miles is early genius from Bobby Bare – a set that shows just how great he was at the start – able to bring a special spin to a country tune, even amidst some of the fuller Chet Atkins production at RCA! Bobby's got a very unique style – maybe more urban than you might expect, but still with a twang – a quality that always made him perfect for songs of moving and longing, as in the title cut. There's plenty of other numbers in that mode, too – including a few penned by Bobby himself – in a lineup that includes "Let Me Tell You about Mary", "Abilene", "Worried Man Blues", "Sailor Man", "Homestead On The Farm", "Gotta Travel On", "500 Miles From Home", and "I Wonder Where You Are Tonight". Talk Me Some Sense is wonderful work from Bobby Bare – a record that already shows the young singer reaching for hip material, and coming up with a mature way of putting over a tune that's unlike anyone else! There's some slight currents of folk in the music – but as with the early John Hartford records on RCA, the style is more country overall – but also in a very different space too – inheriting some of the hipper inflections of the changing 60s, even amidst familiar RCA production – which puts a really special spin on all the tunes. Titles include "A Little Bit Later On Down The Line", "Got Leavin On Her Mind", "Long Black Veil", "All The Good Times Are Past & Gone", "You Can't Stop The Wind From Blowing", "Heaven Help My Soul", "It Ain't Me Babe", and the great original "Passin Through". Bird Named Yesterday is one of the coolest Bobby Bare albums of the 60s – a precursor to some of his concept albums of the 70s, but done in a bit of a different mode too! Bobby delivers these little recitations between most of the tunes – speaking in different characters, but in a way that evokes some of the larger spirit that Lee Hazlewood brought to his projects of the period – a quality that's also echoed in the way that Bare puts over a tune – mature, and with a nice sense of distance that brings about a slight current of wit – quite unusual for RCA country at the time! The set includes some great tunes by a young Jack Clement – and titles include "Somebody Bought My Old Hometown", "The Air Conditioner Song", "The Day The Saw Mill Closed Down", "Bird Named Yesterday", "The Old Gang's Gone", and "They Covered Up The Old Swimmin Hole". Bonus tracks include "The Town That Broke My Heart", "Don't Do Like I Done Son", "Sandy's Crying Again", and "When Am I Ever Gonna Settle Down". CD

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✨✧ VariousHomegrown III ... LP
KKUA, 1978. Near Mint- ... Out Of Stock
Third installlment in the popular Hawaiian compilation series, with selections by Keawe's Homestead Gang, Jeri Gertz, Leahi, Dick Diamondhead, AYM, Marvin Franklin with Kimo and the Guys, Rudy and the Misty Morning Band, Debbie Gima and friends, Miles Lee and the Hawaiian Electric Band, Blossom, Emerson Brothers, and Warmth Of Pumehana. LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ KarateKarate ... LP
Southern/Numero, 1996. New Copy (reissue)... Out Of Stock
An indie gem from the mid 90s scene – a set that reminded the world that, at a time when the majors were firmly grabbing all they could from the world of alt rock, there was still plenty of greatness going on underground! In a way, the set feels maybe a bit more like some of the work that started out the decade from labels like Homestead or Touch & Go – not really punk, definitely not grunge, and maybe aware of some greater sonic complexity – but never at a level that lets it get in the way of more straightforward songs. The group are not afraid to get a bit more personal at times, but quickly balance that with some more forthright emotions – on titles that include "Every Sister", "Bodies", "If You Can Hold Your Breath", "Gasoline", and "What Is Sleep". LP, Vinyl record album
 
 
 



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