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Ray D'ArianoAre You On Something ... LP
Kama Sutra, 1972. Sealed ... Just Sold Out!
An obscure early 70s comedy set – and a record that's maybe best remembered for its cover image parody of a Bob Dylan album! LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a cutout mark.)

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Lovin SpoonfulBest Of The Lovin Spoonful ... LP
Kama Sutra, Late 60s. Near Mint- Gatefold ... $19.99
... LP, Vinyl record album
(180 gram Friday Music pressing. Outer sleeve has a promo sticker.)

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✨✧ Lovin SpoonfulHums Of The Lovin Spoonful ... LP
Kama Sutra, 1966. Sealed ... $19.99
The most understated album by the Lovin Spoonful – and possibly their best work ever! It's really a showcase for leader/chief songwriter John Sebastian and proto-country rock guitarist Zal Yanovsky. "Summer In The City" is the one that buttered the group's bread for the next couple of decades – but that's the lone concession to jangly-ass 60s rock (but oh, what a sweet concession it is) on a record much more indicative of what was going on in the pop world after Dylan brought the ghosts of the South out into it. Great, great stuff, including "Lovin You", "Bes' Friends", "Henry Thomas", "You & Me & Rain On The Roof", and more. LP, Vinyl record album
(Mono 180 gram Sundazed pressing.)

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Gene VincentInto The Seventies – If Only You Could See Me Today (aka Gene Vincent)/Day The World Turned Blue ... CD
See For Miles/Kama Sutra, 1970. Used ... $9.99
... CD
(Out of print.)

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✨✧ Flamin GrooviesGonna Rock Tonight – The Complete Recordings 1969 to 1971 (Supersnazz/Flamingo/Teenage Head/bonus tracks) (3CD set) ... CD
Kama Sutra/Grapefruit (UK), Late 60s/Early 70s. New Copy 3CD ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
The birth of genius – the first three albums by Flamin Groovies, along with bonus tracks too! First up is Supersnazz – the first album from legendary San Francisco rockers the Flaming Groovies – and the cleaner horn-accented blueprint for the shakey, skronky structure to come! Supersnazz has a bit of a sibling in the first Stooges LP – in that the palatable production only hints at the insanity of later records – but it's a good rocking record all the same, a good site stranger, fierier and groovier than most of their contemporaries could muster! Tracks include "Love Have Mercy", "Laurie Did It", "Rockin' Pneumonia And The Boogie Woogie Flu", "The First One's Free", "Pagan Rachel", "Pistol Packin' Mama", "Brushfire", "Around The Corner" and more. Flamingo is one of the finest moments ever from The Flamin Groovies – a set that's awash in 50s rock and roll influences, yet filtered through the heady late 60s San Francisco scene – making for a mix that's completely compelling throughout, and unlike anything else we can think of! The Groovies might initially seem like retro-rockers, yet they've got this sharp edge that makes their music more of a commentary on rock and roll, and its roots as well – uttered beautifully at a time when so many others were falling into excess, but also done without any of the "roots" cliches that others were embracing in a much clunkier way! It's hard to sum up adequately, but the record's almost a leap forward from Gene Vincent over 60s psyche – but on its way to the rough edges embraced by the UK punk scene in years to come – kind of that odd space that the Modern Lovers hit with their Kim Fowley recordings, but much more rocking overall. Most numbers are originals from vocalist Roy Loney – and titles include "Comin After Me", "Headin For The Texas Border", "Second Cousin", "Childhood's End", "Jailbait", and "She's Falling Apart". Teenage Head is maybe the best-remembered album ever from the all-great Flaming Groovies – and a set with a classic cover image that really lives up to the music! The Groovies have an unusual blend of old school rocking with hipper post-60s sensibilities – almost their own faux-retro sound to rival some of the west coast modes from the Warner scene – but with a grittier NYC presentation that's really wonderful, and which made the record a key force in the pre-punk years! One of those true treasures that just keeps on giving over the years – a record of subtle brilliance that just gets better and better with each new listen. Titles include "High Flyin Baby", "City Lights", "Yesterday's Numbers", "Whiskey Woman", and "Evil Hearted Ada". 3CD set features a whopping 17 bonus tracks – including "Louie Louie", "Shakin All Over", "Carol", "Scratch My Back", "Rumble", "Somethin Else", "Going Out (version 2)", "Walking The Dog", "The First One's Free (single)", "Around & Around", and "My Girl Josephine. CD

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✨✧ Lovin SpoonfulOnce Upon A Time ... LP
Kama Sutra, 1970. Very Good+ Gatefold ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A nicely-done collection of work from this great group – some hits, and some lesser-known gems – titles that include "Henry Thomas", "Wash Her Away", "Let The Boy Rock & Roll", "Big Noise From Speonk", "Best Friends", "Bald Headed Lena", "4 Eyes", and "Money". LP, Vinyl record album
(In a cool die-cut cover, too.)
 
 
 



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