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✨✧ REMFemme Fatale (flexi-disc) ... 7-inch
The Bob Magazine, 1986. Very Good- ... Out Of Stock
... 7-inch, Vinyl record
(Red flexi pressing.)
 
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Ralph J GleasonMusic In The Air (hardcover) ... Book
Yale University Press, 2016. New Copy ... $6.99 30.00
Ralph J Gleason might just be one of the coolest cats to ever write about music – a key part of the San Francisco scene during the postwar years – where his talents helped illuminate both the worlds of art and music during the beat generation – then really helped shine a spotlight on all the cultural changes in the city during the 60s – which even led to Gleason's role in the founding of Rolling Stone magazine! Gleason always had a great eye (and ear) for things that were new and special, but never in a way that was slavish to the moment – or to its creator – and the book features an initial section on his writings on jazz and blues – with essays on John Coltrane, Charles Mingus, Carmen McRae, BB King, John Handy, Vince Guaraldi & Bola Sete, Cal Tjader, Ben Webster, the San Francisco Jazz scene, and other diverse topics. The second section features Gleason on folk and rock – with bits on Jefferson Airplane, Hank Williams, Lenny Bruce, Odetta, The Beatles, Bob Dylan, and others – and the final section features articles on politics and culture – covering topics that include Richard Nixon, radio payola, Law & Order, flower children, and other slices of society, seen from the Gleason viewpoint. Book is hardcover, and 309 pages. Book

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MojoIssue 330 – May 2021 (with bonus CD) ... Magazine
Mojo, 2021. New Copy ... $11.99
The lovely Kate Bush is on the cover – and the issue features a vintage unpublished interview, plus more on her story and secrets – including information on Hounds Of Love and her Tour Of Life! There's also some unseen Beatles photographs – and more on Nick Cave, Rickie Lee Jones, Greta Van Fleet, Dinosaur Jr, and the Supremes' Mary Wilson – plus a guide to the records of John Prine, a look at Bob Dylan at 80, and a special feature on the fantastic album What's Going On, by Marvin Gaye! All that, and lots more reviews – and a bonus CD of new music too! Magazine

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✨✧ Jet Powers/Space AceJet Powers/Space Ace Collected Works – January 1951 Issues 1 to 4 & 1952 Issue 5 (hardcover) ... Book
PS Artbooks (UK), Early 50s. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
That's a great Bob Powell cover image on the front – and there's lots more of Bob's great artwork inside the issues too – along with early work by Wally Wood and Al Williamson, plus more by Dick Ayers and Fred Guardineer! These top-shelf talents made Jet Powers one of the better space action titles of the time – and four issues of his own magazine are served up here alongside one more of the similar Space Ace – all issued by the great Magazine Enterprises – a company that did a wonderful job with material like this. There's a bit of a Charlton Comics vibe to some of Jet's stories – but the quality is more driven by 40s action modes – and the book does a great job of the reproductions of both the contents and covers. Book

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✨✧ Weird ThrillersWeird Thrillers Collected Works Vol 1 – July/August 1951 to October/November 1952 (hardcover) ... Book
PS Artbooks (UK), Early 50s. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A great lost entry from the world of postwar comics – a magazine that's maybe not as totally horror-oriented as some of its contemporaries, but which makes up for that vibe with some nice sci-fi and revenge-based tales as well! The feel here is a bit like DC's Tales Of The Unexpected – well-done stories that move towards the supernatural, but don't always embrace it with the kind of gory details of some of the publication's contemporaries – which keeps things at a surprisingly classy level throughout – in part because of the issues' great artwork from Murphy Anderson, Gene Colan, Carmine Infantino, Alex Toth, Sy Barry, Ross Andru, and Bob Powell. The hardcover volume presents five full issues of Weird Thriller, and one more of Weird Adventures – all with full color contents, and some beautiful painted covers. Book
 
 
 



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