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✨✧ Jerry Lee Lewis & Linda Gail LewisTogether ... LP
Smash, Late 60s. Very Good+ ... Just Sold Out!
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HE3 ProjectChapter Two (digipack version) ... CD
Family Groove, Mid 70s. Used ... $6.99
A second chapter of excellent jazzy soul from the HE3 (Herman Eberitzch III) Project – killer stuff recorded from 1974 to 1977 at Different Fur Studios in San Francisco – with a sound that blends intense, yet sultry disco era live soul with both jazzier and funkier sounds! HE is on piano, Rhodes, synths – and the vibe on Chapter Two has moments of jazz funk reminiscent of the previous Chapter One set from Family Groove – but others that have a straight up, live and direct modern live soul feel, and others that are straight up jazzy. It's all great stuff – and alternate group lineups throughout include vocalists Johnny Lyvett, Linda Tillery and Wendy Hass, trombone player Sheldon Bermont, sax players Robert Olivera and Jerry Vejmoja, percussionist John Mingo Lewis, guitarist Pat Duffy, drummer Amadeus Barrios and others. Includes "Thesis On Love", Soul Support", "From Africa To Oakland", "Try A Different Road", "It Came From The Clear Blue Sky", "Sashay Sahay", "She Got You By The Hook', "I Know You", "Inspiration", "Make It Sweet", "Hop Skip & Jump", "Summertime" & "High Life". CD
(Digipack version has a sweet metallic silver foil sleeve. Out of print.)

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Esperanza SpaldingRadio Music Society ... CD
Heads Up, 2012. Used ... $6.99
Maybe the greatest record so far from the lovely Esperanza Spalding – a set that has her moving farther from jazz, into a wonderfully warm style of soul music overall! The mix of modes is exquisite – a blend of Spalding's jazz-trained vocals with some beautiful arrangements that sparkle and glisten with this righteous vibe we'd put right up there with the best 70s recordings by Minnie Riperton or Linda Lewis – a really rare breed that goes way beyond the wonderful promise Esperanza's always had right from the start! The album is an instant treasure – the sort that's sure to please everyone who's already followed Spalding on her journey, yet also win her a huge new audience as well. Q-Tip helped a bit on production, but most of the work is by Spalding herself – and titles include "Radio Song", "Cinnamon Tree", "Crowned & Kissed", "Land Of The Free", "Black Gold", "Let Her", "Endangered Species", "Smile Like That", and "I Can't Help It". Comes with bonus download cart for 11 short films! CD

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VariousBoppin By The Bayou – Feel So Good ... CD
Ace (UK), Late 50s/Early 60s. New Copy ... $12.99 18.99
The swamps of Louisiana hold many secrets – and one of the is the massive amount of fantastic music cut on the scene in the 50s and 60s – so much so that we're still discovering overlooked gems and rare material all these many years later! This package is a great entry in this ongoing series by Ace – and pulls together 12 unreleased tracks and other rare singles from the indie studio scene in Louisiana – really showing off that complicated criss-crossing of modes that made its music very different from other southern sounds at the time! There's bits of twang, rockabilly, and maybe a touch of blues, cajun, and R&B – all served up in a really fantastic blend – on titles that include "You're Humbuggin Me" by Al Ferrier, "Feel So Good" by Bill & Carroll, "Love Me Baby" by Charlotte Hunter, "My Baby's Gone" by The Tune Tones, "Come Back Little Baby" by Bee Arnold, "Follow Me" by Huey & Margie, "Black Cat Boogie" by Erwin Babin, "We Gonna Bop Stop Rock" by Ray Vict & His Bop Rockers, "I'm A One Woman Man" by Thumper Jones, "Dust My Blues" by Margaret Lewis, "Carol" by Jim Miller, "Woe Is Me" by Linda Brannon, and "Gonna Rock My Baby Tonight" by an Unknown Artist! CD

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✨✧ VariousGirls, Girls, Girls ... CD
K-Tel, 1960s. Used ... Out Of Stock
12 songs from Lesley Gore, Linda Scott, Marcie Clark, Mary Wells, Barbara Lewis, Betty Everett, Connie Francis, Barbara Mason, Barbara George, Maxine Brown & Kathy Young with the Innocents. CD
(Out of print.)
 
 
 



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