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✨✧ WigwamBeing (blue vinyl pressing) ... LP
Love/Svart (Finland), 1974. New Copy 2LP Gatefold (reissue)... Out Of Stock
Fantastic sounds from Wigwam – a group who never fully got their due on this side of the Atlantic during the 70s, but who were easily one of the best progressive acts on the European scene! This album features the core quartet augmented with some great help from key Finnish jazz musicians – expanding things out in the best tradition of the Love Records label, mixing impeccable musicianship with a very down to earth vibe that should have been able to circle the world with ease! There's a quality to the tunes that's always focused, even when things are taking off – and titles include "Maestro Mercy", "Prophet", "Marvelry Skimmer", "Pride Of The Biosphere", "Pedagogue", and "Inspired Machine". LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited edition blue vinyl pressing – 2LPs, with the original mix and 2001 mix of the record – plus a booklet too!)

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✨✧ WigwamFairyport (blue vinyl pressing) ... LP
Love/Svart (Finland), 1971. New Copy 2LP Gatefold (reissue)... Out Of Stock
An insane masterpiece from these Finnish prog legends – a double-length set that makes very good use of all the space in the grooves – really letting Wigwam open up and show their ever-increasing instrumental chops! The album's worth it alone for the organ and electric piano work of Jukka Gustavson – whose solos are a more soulful, meaningful change from some of his contemporaries who were just showing off for their own sakes – and the raspy vocals of Jim Pembroke have this way of grounding even the freest flights on earth, and furthering the soul of the record. The mighty Pekka Pohjola is on bass and a heck of a lot of other instruments too – and Ronnie Osterberg handles the drums, and really keeps things moving forward. Titles include "Hot Mice", "How To Make It Big In Hospital", "Rave Up For The Roadies", "Fairyport", "Losing Hold", and "Cafffkaff The Country Psychologist". LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited edition blue vinyl pressing – with great booklet too!)
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✨✧ Bob DylanAnother Self Portrait 1969 to 1971 – Bootleg Series Vol 10 (2CDs) ... CD
Columbia, Late 60s/Early 70s. Used 2 CDs ... $16.99
The 10th in Columbia's essential Bootleg Series of archival unreleased Dylan – and for us, this one gets immediate placement among the best in the series – for finding the diamonds in the rough from the turbulent 1969-1971 period! It features a bunch of previously unreleased versions of songs from Self Portrait and New Morning – along with a handful of live recordings and otherwise unreleased gems. It's fascinating stuff, especially the songs from Self Portrait! That album is such a weird hodgepodge of styles, it was rejected by even the most ardent Dylan worshippers at the time. Here in blueprint versions, the songs have a ragged charm that really comes through in a big way! The set also has a bunch of alternate versions of songs from New Morning, a couple from Nashville Skyline and other odds and ends. It's bookended by incredible demos – opening with an acoustic guitar backed "I Went To See The Gypsy" and closing with a piano version of the eternally great "When I Paint My Masterpiece" – and it's filled with underappreciated Self Portrait songs like "Little Sadie", "All The Tired Horses", "Wigwam" and more in sparer settings, sans the overdubs of the LP version. Also includes alternate versions of New Morning material, including "Time Passes Slowly #1", "Working On A Guru", "If Dogs Run Free" and "New Morning" – some WITH orchestral or horn overdubs, as opposed to the stripped down Self Portrait versions. Other rarities from '69-'71 include a different version of "Country Pie", plus "I'll Be Your Baby Tonight" and "Highway 61 Revisited" with The Band at Isle Of Wight. 35 tracks in all – including a thick, beautifully illustrated booklet – with notes by one-time Self Portrait hater Greil Marcus! CD
(Includes slipcover and 54 page booklet.)

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Bob DylanSelf Portrait ... LP
Columbia, 1970. Very Good 2LP Gatefold ... $24.99
The sprawling 1970 Self Portrait from Dylan – a record that caps off the most unpredictable period of his career – a mix of classic level Dylan originals and some really interesting choices of covers. A 2LP set with "Let It Be Me", "Days Of 49", "Alberta #4", "All The Tired Horses", "Copper Kettle", "Take A Message To Mary", "Wigwam", "The Mighty Quinn", "The Boxer", "Gotta Travel On", "Little Sadie", and "Blue Moon". Titles include "Let It Be Me", "Days Of 49", "Alberta #4", "All The Tired Horses", "Copper Kettle", "Take A Message To Mary", "Wigwam", "The Mighty Quinn", "The Boxer", "Gotta Travel On", "Little Sadie", and "Blue Moon". LP, Vinyl record album
(70s pressing in the textured cover, with light wear and small splits in the top seams.)

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