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Poppy FamilyWhich Way You Goin Billy (Japanese paper sleeve edition) ... CD
London/Big Pink (South Korea), 1969. New Copy ... $18.99 22.99
A really sweet record from the Canadian scene at the end of the 60s – and a set that feels a lot more like a California-styled version of Sunshine Pop than you might expect! The group's an initial vehicle for the husband/wife team of Susan and Terry Jacks – the latter of whom would blossom as a big AM radio star in the early 70s, but who here steps aside and lets Susan take the lead on most tracks – singing in this slinky style that really fits her look on the cover, with support from instrumentation that includes some psych-styled guitar lines, fit to a more mainstream mode – occasionally touched by nice use of percussion too. Titles include their huge hit "Which Way You Goin Billy" – plus the tracks "Free From the City", "Beyond the Clouds", "There's No Blood In Bone", "Happy Island", and "Of Cities & Escapes". CD
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VariousSeventies Pop Classics – Hard To Find 45s On CD Vol 8 ... CD
Eric, 1970s. Used ... $9.99
Music from Suzi Quatro & Chris Norman, Exile, the Poppy Family, Edward Bear, Bob Welsh, Hurricane Smith, Billy Ocean, Carl Douglas, Maxine Nightingale, Chris Rea, Jennifer Warnes, Pilot & more. CD
(Out of print.)

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✨✧ JetsChristmas With The Jets ... LP
MCA, 1986. Near Mint- ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
An 80s crossover classic – a set that's probably a bit more dated than some Holiday albums you might own, but which still got plenty of spins in plenty of houses back in the day! The Jets sing with just the style you'd expect from their curls – sweet, soulful, and a little bit poppy too. There's more family members here than usual – clearly taking a cue from the King Family at Christmas time – and the album's got a lot of original tunes that make a nice change from the usual Holiday favorites. Titles include "Home For Christmas", "Love So Rare", "You Make It Christmas", "This Christmas This Year", "Somewhere Out There", "Christmas In My Heart", "This Christmas", and "All Alone On Christmas Eve". LP, Vinyl record album

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