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Flatbush Zombies3001 – A Laced Odyssey ... CD
Glorious Dead, 2016. Used ... $13.99
... CD
(Out of print. Digipak has light wear but is still nice overall.)

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ZombiesOdessey & Oracle (psychedelic swirl vinyl pressing) ... LP
Varese, 1968. New Copy (reissue)... $23.99 25.99 On October 7, 2022
An incredible album – one of the greatest rock albums of the 60s, and a record we'd place right up there on the shelf next to Pet Sounds or Forever Changes! The arrangements are sublime – proof that the Zombies were growing way past just a simple Brit Invasion style, into a world of complicated orchestrations, subtle songwriting, and some of the most baroquely beautiful vocals ever recorded in the service of pop music! The whole thing's amazing – the kind of essential record we never tire of – and tracks include "Changes", "Care of Cell 44", "Rose For Emily", "Hung Up On A Dream", "Friends Of Mine", and "Butcher's Tale". LP, Vinyl record album
(RSD Essentials pressing. Quantities pressed on demand and strictly limited!) This item will not be delivered to you before Friday, October 7.

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Zombies (solo material too)Into The Afterlife ... CD
Big Beat (UK), Late 60s. New Copy ... $9.99 18.99
A true treasure trove for any fan of the Zombies, Rod Argent, or Colin Blunstone – magical material recorded in the immediate post-Zombies years – offered up here with a few rare late Zombies tracks as well! The genius of Odessey & Oracle still hangs heavy here on most of the tracks – as does the earliest solo work of Colin Blunstone – an airy mix of pop harmonies, spacey instrumentation, and baroquely psychedelic touches – all strung together lightly, but slowly pulling in the different directions the members were taking after the breakup of the original group. Perhaps the greatest bits here are Colin Blunstone tracks recorded under the name of Neil MacArthur for Decca – titles that predate his brilliant Year One album, but which have a very similar feel. Neil MacArthur tracks include "Hung Upside Down", "Without Her", "Twelve Twenty Nine", "World Of Glass", "Never My Love", "It's Not Easy", "Don't Try To Explain", and "She's Not There". Also great are some Rod Argent & Chris White tracks – again pre-Argent material, but with a strong Zombies link in their sound – on tracks that include "It Never Fails To Please Me", "I Could Spend The Day", "She Loves The Way They Love Her", "Telescope", "To Julia", and "Unhappy Girl". CD also features some great "orchestral mix" titles by The Zombies – "If It Don't Work Out" and "Walking In The Sun" – both of which sound beautiful with added strings! CD

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✨✧ Flatbush Zombies3001 – A Laced Odyssey ... LP
Glorious Dead, 2016. Near Mint- 2LP Gatefold ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
... LP, Vinyl record album
(Cotton candy splash vinyl pressing in the slipcase cover, #01438/13500, without stickers and poster.)

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✨✧ ZombiesOdessey & Oracle ... LP
Date, 1968. Near Mint- ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
An incredible album – one of the greatest rock albums of the 60s, and a record we'd place right up there on the shelf next to Pet Sounds or Forever Changes! The arrangements are sublime – proof that the Zombies were growing way past just a simple Brit Invasion style, into a world of complicated orchestrations, subtle songwriting, and some of the most baroquely beautiful vocals ever recorded in the service of pop music! The whole thing's amazing – the kind of essential record we never tire of – and tracks include "Changes", "Care of Cell 44", "Rose For Emily", "Hung Up On A Dream", "Friends Of Mine", and "Butcher's Tale". LP, Vinyl record album
(2015 Varese reissue.)

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✨✧ ZombiesOdessey & Oracle (UK pressing – mono & stereo mixes, plus bonus tracks) ... CD
Big Beat (UK), 1968. New Copy ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
An incredible album – one of the greatest rock albums of the 60s, and a record we'd place right up there on the shelf next to Pet Sounds or Forever Changes! The arrangements are sublime – proof that the Zombies were growing way past just a simple Brit Invasion style, into a world of complicated orchestrations, subtle songwriting, and some of the most baroquely beautiful vocals ever recorded in the service of pop music! The whole thing's amazing – the kind of essential record we never tire of – and tracks include "Changes", "Care of Cell 44", "Rose For Emily", "Hung Up On A Dream", "Friends Of Mine", and "Butcher's Tale". Plus, this CD version features bonus mono mixes of the whole set of tracks, plus bonus alternate mixes of "Rose For Emily" and "Time Of The Season", and the backing track for "Prison Song". CD

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✨✧ ZombiesOdessey & Oracle ... LP
Big Beat (UK), 1968. New Copy (reissue)... Out Of Stock
An incredible album – one of the greatest rock albums of the 60s, and a record we'd place right up there on the shelf next to Pet Sounds or Forever Changes! The arrangements are sublime – proof that the Zombies were growing way past just a simple Brit Invasion style, into a world of complicated orchestrations, subtle songwriting, and some of the most baroquely beautiful vocals ever recorded in the service of pop music! The whole thing's amazing – the kind of essential record we never tire of – and tracks include "Changes", "Care of Cell 44", "Rose For Emily", "Hung Up On A Dream", "Friends Of Mine", and "Butcher's Tale". LP, Vinyl record album
 
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ArgentAll Together Now ... LP
Epic, 1972. Near Mint- Gatefold ... $19.99
One of the standout moments in the career of Rod Argent – a record that gave his self-named group one of their biggest hits ever, yet a set that still kept all the depth and diversity of their other records too! The album starts out with the group's famous "Hold Your Head Up" – the anthemic strutter that crossed over big, and which burns here with plenty of great organ lines from Rod. Other numbers really mix things up – rocking harder than Rod's Zombies work, but also showing some complicated sensibilities too – brought out nicely by co-producer Chris White, who also wrote most of the songs on the date with Argent. Titles include "Pure Love", "He's A Dynamo", "Hold Your Head Up", "Be My Lover Be My Friend", "Keep On Rolling", and "I Am The Dances Of Ages". LP, Vinyl record album
(Yellow label stereo pressing in the booklet cover, with some wear and aging.)

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ArgentRing Of Hands ... LP
Epic, 1971. Very Good Gatefold ... $6.99
The second album by Argent – Rod Argent's project immediately after the breakup of the Zombies! There's plenty of Zombie-like ideas here – particularly those floating around the Odyssey and Oracle album, but they're also done without the dreamy pop style of Colin Blunstone's vocals, which makes for a much harder sound overall. Added into that the guitar of Russ Ballard, which really kicks into the tunes nicely, and you've got some great rock and roll work – written with a pop sensibility, but played with a razor-sharp edge that's pretty hard hitting. Titles include "Lothlorien", "Rejoice", "Pleasure", "Sweet Mary", "Where Are We Going Wrong", "Rejoice", "Cast Your Spell Uranus", and "Celebration". LP, Vinyl record album
(Orange label pressing. Cover has ring and edge wear, and a partially split top seam.)

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Colin BlunstoneEnnismore ... LP
Epic, 1973. Very Good+ ... $19.99
The second solo album by ex-Zombie Colin Blunstone – filled with amazing tracks that are perfect for his godlike voice! The production's a bit fuller than the string-quartet/piano sound of One Year – but the musicians still include most of Colin's old buddies from the Zombies, and Chris White and Rod Argent produced the album as well – coming up with some great inflections that really send home the gentle hooks of the album's tunes! Blunstone's vocals are as magnificent as always – breathily beautiful without sounding cheesy – which is a very fine distinction here, and one that keeps the album far from other adult pop of the time. Tracks include "I Don't Believe In Miracles", "How Wrong Can One Man Be", "Andorra", "Time's Running Out", and "How Could We Dare To Be Wrong". LP, Vinyl record album
(US yellow label pressing. Cover has light edge wear, promo stamp on the back.)

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Colin BlunstoneJourney (UK pressing) ... LP
Epic, 1974. Near Mint- ... $11.99
The third solo album by Colin Blunstone – the magic-voiced singer who was lead vocalist of the Zombies, and went on to cut some god-like solo work in the early 70s! This album's a bit less sublime than Colin's first two – with tracks that veer a bit more towards the soft rock sound of the 70s, with some compressed AOR touches in place of the floating instrumentation of earlier albums – but it still sounds mighty nice to our ears, as Colin's voice is always a treat, and the record has a irrepressible charm in its optimistic presentation of some of the material. Essentially, if you dig Colin lots, you'll still want this one – as it's got more than a few nice moments – and is more of an evolution of his solo work than a divergence from it. Titles include "Setting Yourself Up", "Brother Lover", "Shadow Of A Doubt", "It's Magical", "You Who Are Lonely", "Beginning", and "Keep The Curtains Closed Today". LP, Vinyl record album
(UK pressing. Includes the CBS inner sleeve. Cover is wavy, with a lgihtly bent corner and unglued bottom seam.)

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Colin BlunstoneOne Year ... LP
Epic, 1971. Near Mint- ... $49.99
Amazing solo work from ex-Zombie Colin Blunstone – his first album after parting ways with his former group – and one of our favorite albums of all time! Blunstone's vocals were already amazing in The Zombies – especially near the end – but this set takes things even further, by blending his sublime lyrics with spare arrangements that often just feature simple string passages and warm piano parts – subtle accompaniment that leaves Colin strongly in the lead! The songs are wonderful – penned to recall the changes and issues of the year after the parting of the group – with plenty of help from old buddies Rod Argent and Chris White too. There's never been another record like this again, and there never will be – one of the true treasures of the greatest generation of music! Titles include "Let Me Come Closer To You", "I Can't Live Without You", "Smokey Day", and "Say You Don't Mind" – plus a fantastic cover of "Misty Roses", and the more rocking "She Loves The Way They Love Her". LP, Vinyl record album
(Yellow label stereo pressing in the textured cover, with light wear and some aging.)
Also available
One Year (UK pressing) ... CD 6.99
One Year (with bonus tracks) ... LP 34.99
One Year (180 gram pressing) ... LP

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Colin BlunstoneOne Year (180 gram pressing) ... LP
Epic/4 Men With Beards, 1971. New Copy (reissue)... Just Sold Out!
Amazing solo work from ex-Zombie Colin Blunstone – his first album after parting ways with his former group – and one of our favorite albums of all time! Blunstone's vocals were already amazing in The Zombies – especially near the end – but this set takes things even further, by blending his sublime lyrics with spare arrangements that often just feature simple string passages and warm piano parts – subtle accompaniment that leaves Colin strongly in the lead! The songs are wonderful – penned to recall the changes and issues of the year after the parting of the group – with plenty of help from old buddies Rod Argent and Chris White too. There's never been another record like this again, and there never will be – one of the true treasures of the greatest generation of music! Titles include "Let Me Come Closer To You", "I Can't Live Without You", "Smokey Day", and "Say You Don't Mind" – plus a fantastic cover of "Misty Roses", and the more rocking "She Loves The Way They Love Her". LP, Vinyl record album
Also available
One Year ... LP 49.99
One Year (UK pressing) ... CD 6.99
One Year (with bonus tracks) ... LP 34.99

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Colin BlunstoneOne Year (UK pressing) ... CD
Epic/Rewind (UK), 1971. Used ... $6.99
Amazing solo work from ex-Zombie Colin Blunstone – his first album after parting ways with his former group – and one of our favorite albums of all time! Blunstone's vocals were already amazing in The Zombies – especially near the end – but this set takes things even further, by blending his sublime lyrics with spare arrangements that often just feature simple string passages and warm piano parts – subtle accompaniment that leaves Colin strongly in the lead! The songs are wonderful – penned to recall the changes and issues of the year after the parting of the group – with plenty of help from old buddies Rod Argent and Chris White too. There's never been another record like this again, and there never will be – one of the true treasures of the greatest generation of music! Titles include "Let Me Come Closer To You", "I Can't Live Without You", "Smokey Day", and "Say You Don't Mind" – plus a fantastic cover of "Misty Roses", and the more rocking "She Loves The Way They Love Her". CD
Also available
One Year ... LP 49.99
One Year (with bonus tracks) ... LP 34.99
One Year (180 gram pressing) ... LP

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Colin BlunstoneOne Year (with bonus tracks) ... LP
Epic/Sundazed, 1971. New Copy 2LP (reissue)... $34.99 36.99
Amazing solo work from ex-Zombie Colin Blunstone – his first album after parting ways with his former group – and one of our favorite albums of all time! Blunstone's vocals were already amazing in The Zombies – especially near the end – but this set takes things even further, by blending his sublime lyrics with spare arrangements that often just feature simple string passages and warm piano parts – subtle accompaniment that leaves Colin strongly in the lead! The songs are wonderful – penned to recall the changes and issues of the year after the parting of the group – with plenty of help from old buddies Rod Argent and Chris White too. There's never been another record like this again, and there never will be – one of the true treasures of the greatest generation of music! Titles include "Let Me Come Closer To You", "I Can't Live Without You", "Smokey Day", and "Say You Don't Mind" – plus a fantastic cover of "Misty Roses", and the more rocking "She Loves The Way They Love Her". This amazing 50th anniversary edition adds in 14 more tracks to a wonderful package – rare material that mostly features Blustone solo – with titles that include "Sing Your Own Song", "Let Me Come Closer To You", "You Really Were A Surprise", "I Won't Let You Down", "Too Much Too Soon", "I'd Like To Get To Know You", and "Are You Ready". LP, Vinyl record album
Also available
One Year ... LP 49.99
One Year (UK pressing) ... CD 6.99
One Year (180 gram pressing) ... LP

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Max Frost & The TroopersShape Of Things To Come ... LP
Tower, Late 60s. Very Good ... $24.99
A totally groovy little album – and one that came along as kind of an offshoot to the weird and wonderful soundtrack for the film Wild In The Streets! Max Frost & The Troopers contributed some great numbers to the soundtrack of that gem – but they're even better here, with a tight, focused sound that draws on all the best fuzz garage of the time – especially some of the other acts on Tower or Capitol Records – served up with a catchy, compelling vibe we never would have expected from their work in the movie! Lots of these tracks are truly tremendous – not just studio hacks churning out psych cuts for another exploitation film, but really great numbers that would sit nicely next to late 60s work by The Zombies or Spirit or other groups of that nature. Titles include "Lonely Man", "Shape Of Things To Come", "Captain Hassel", "Fifty Two Percent", "Try to Make Up Your Mind", "She Lied", and "Let Your Mind Run Free". LP, Vinyl record album
(Stereo pressing. Cover has some wear and aging, a small sticker spot, and a 4 inch center split in the bottom seam.)

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GrapefruitYesterday's Sunshine – The Complete 1967/1968 London Studio Sessions ... CD
RPM (UK), 1967/1968. New Copy ... $14.99 20.99
Incredible pop psych sounds from Grapefruit – a group who might be best known for their early inclusion in the Beatles' Apple Corps – but who can easily stand on their own with the strength of material like this! The production is superb, and the overall vision in the music is sublime – trippy touches, but never too many – and vocals that echo out with both a sense of harmony in the group, and some beautiful larger touches in the studio! The whole thing's got a subtle power that we'd rank right up there with The Zombies, just as they were starting to get great – and the collection finally gets these guys out from the shadows of The Beatles, to show the world how great they were on their own. CD features a number of unissued tracks, and titles taken from tapes and brilliantly remastered – and the set features 20 titles that include "Dead Boot", "Dear Delilah", "Breaking Up A Dream", "Elevator", "Another Game", "Yes", "Ain't It Good", "Sweet Little Miss No Name", "Theme For A Lonely Queen", "Round & Round", "One More Try", "Yesterday's Sunshine", and "Do What You Want To". CD

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Mike HarrisonMike Harrison/Smokestack Lightning/Rainbow Rider ... CD
Island/BGO (UK), Early 70s. New Copy 2CD ... $8.99 16.99
Three overlooked albums by British singer Mike Harrison – all brought together in a single set! First up is the self-titled Mike Harrison – a wonderful solo debut from the singer who made Spooky Tooth sound so great on their albums, maybe even sounding better here on his own! The album is clearly conceived and put together by Mike – with backup help from The Junkyard Band, who underscore the yearning, earnest qualities in his vocals – spun out with a snakey, raspy charm, with a sound that's maybe a more intimate take on territory explored by Procol Harum. The songs are great, and the whole record has a quality level that really attests to the all-great quality of Island Records at this point – with tracks that include "Pain", "Lonely People", "Mother Nature", "Call It A Day", "Damian", and "Wait Until The Morning". Smokestack Lightning is great solo work from Mike Harrison, ex-Spooky Tooth – a fantastic singer who should have been huge as a solo act – maybe a bit like Colin Blunstone, whose sound with The Zombies was so important, but could never have a huge career on his own – even while he created some wonderful albums in the process! This set's a well-crafted gem through and through – recorded at Muscle Shoals, but with a sound that's free of any of the hoke of those oft-used studios – as instead of bending to southern modes, Harrison uses the ace musicians to underscore some of the depth of his own approach in a really great way. Titles include "Turning Over", "Wanna Be Free", "Tears", "What A Price", and "Paid My Dues". Rainbow Rider has Mike Harrison maybe hitting some harder rock territory than before, with some roots rock moments – more a part of the overall sound of the group, and with some pretty heavy guitars up there in the lead – which seems to bring out a very different quality in Mike's vocals. Titles include "Okay Lay Lady Lay", "Like A Road Leading Home", "Maverick Woman Blues", "You & Me", "I'll Keep It With Mine", and "Friend". CD

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Living DaylightsLet's Live For Today – The Complete Recordings ... CD
Philips/Grapefruit (UK), 1967. New Copy ... $16.99 22.99
The complete recordings of The Living Daylights – a group who would have been huge, had their big hit not been stolen away from them and served up in a better-circulated version by The Grass Roots! That hit is the title of the set – "Let's Live For Today" – a killer cut that mixes the sweetness of earlier British work with the darker currents that were coming in during the late 60s – a quality that we'd say really marks most of the other material here too – which is beautifully put together – light psych touches on the instrumentation and arrangements, and those great lead vocals from Bob O'Neal, which have a very eerie quality that really fits the mood of the music! There are points when there's a slight SoCal vibe to the music – maybe one reason the Grass Roots grabbed the tune – and in addition to the classic "Let's Live For Today", the group perform a great take on the Zombies tune "Say You Don't Mind", and other cuts that include "Getting Better", "Whatcha Gonna Do about It", "I'll Be Back", "It's Real", "Cos I'm Lonely", "Jane", and "If I Had My Way". CD features the first album in mono, then the shorter stereo album with a different track sequence, and bonus tracks "Baila Maria", "Let's Live For Today (US single edit)", and "Let's Live For Today (Japanese single version)". CD

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✨✧ Terry ReidTerry Reid ... LP
Epic, 1969. Near Mint- ... Just Sold Out!
Terry Reid's second album – a masterpiece of psyche pop with a sound that's pretty darn great! Terry's clearly heard a fair bit of Donovan in his time, but he's also working in a mode that strings together all the best bits from The Byrds, The Hollies, and The Zombies – into a powerful pop pastiche that's finally getting wider recognition. Titles include "May Fly", "Silver White Light", "Super Lungs (Supergirl)", "Rich Kid Blues", and "Stay With Me Baby". LP, Vinyl record album
(Yellow label pressing with 2B matrix. Includes the printed inner sleeve. Cover has light wear and aging.)

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Vanilla FudgeVanilla Fudge ... LP
Atco, 1967. Very Good+ ... $11.99
One of the coolest concepts for a record in the 60s – and a set that's the first, and maybe crowning achievement of Vanilla Fudge! The set's mighty trippy – and often offers up very weird, fuzzy remakes of songs that were more mainstream hits for other artists in the 60s – tunes by The Beatles, Zombies, Impressions, and others – taken into really weird new territory by the group's jamming fuzz guitar, stark rhythms, and dark sensibilities. Genius Shadow Morton produced and directed the whole thing – which is one of his crowning achievements, and a great commentary on some of the more mainstream pop he was producing at the time. Titles include "Illusions Of My Childhood", "Eleanor Rigby", "Ticket To Ride", "Bang Bang", "She's Not There", "Take Me For A Little While", and "You Keep Me Hanging On". LP, Vinyl record album
(Yellow label pressing. Cover has an old price sticker remnant.)

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Various1979 – Revolt Into Style – 76 Year-Defining Tracks (3CD set) ... CD
Cherry Red (UK), 1979. New Copy 3CD ... $29.99 38.99
The box takes its name from a Red Noise song issued in 1979 – and the collection features a whole host of other crucial tracks from that important year in the British music scene – a time when punk was already fading some of its initial glow, but opening the door for a whole host of new groups and creative styles to make their way into the world – as you'll hear here on this really well-collected batch of tracks from right at the tail end of the 70s! The work here is by artists who'd soon raise to greater fame, maybe just represented here by an initial single or two – mixed with others that left a big mark at the time, but maybe didn't have the longer staying power – a blend that's a great reminder of how dynamic the UK scene was at the time, and much more receptive to newcomers than some of the more bloated American music outlets in 1979. Styles move way way past punk – and the box features a whopping 75 tracks in all, with work by Glaxo Babies, Dead Fingers Talk, Jonnie & The Lubes, The Members, Joy Division, John Cooper Clarke, Magazine, Sham 69, Three Party Split, Tubeway Army, Teardrop Explodes, The Skids, Clash, Jags, Undertones, The Ruts, Jam, XTC, The Regents, Spizzenergi, Madness, The Monks, Vapors, The Pack, Disco Zombies, Swell Maps, and many others! CD

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VariousBritish Invasion – The History Of British Rock Vol 1 ... CD
Rhino, Mid 60s. Used ... $9.99
Includes tracks by Kinks, Peter & Gordon, Ivy League, the Zombies, the Yardbirds, Honeycombs, the Rockin' Berries, Hullaballoos, Gerry & The Pacemakers, and Tommy Quickly – 20 tracks total. CD

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VariousBritish Invasion – The History Of British Rock Vol 2 ... CD
Rhino, Mid 60s. Used ... $5.99
Features work by Manfred Mann, The Kinks, Peter & Gordon, The Hollies, The Zombies, The Yardbirds, and many more! CD
(Out of print.)

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VariousFormula 30 ... LP
PolyTel (UK), Mid 60s-Mid 70s. Near Mint- 2LP ... $11.99
With hits by Rod Stewart, Spencer Davis Group, Yardbirds, Derek & The Dominoes, Elton John, Blondie, The Byrds, Small Faces, The Zombies, Procol Harum, Troggs, Them, Donovan, Joe Cocker, Moody Blues, 10CC, and more. LP, Vinyl record album

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VariousGus Dudgeon Production Gems ... CD
Ace (UK), Late 60s/Early 70s. New Copy ... $14.99 22.99
Gus Dudgeon may not be a household name in the annals of rock and roll – but he was a British studio genius whose talents touched more than a few of the more groundbreaking records of the London scene – with an especially great impact on the ever-changing sounds of the late 60s/early 70s generation! Dudgeon's story is told here in a richly detailed essay, packed with record covers and vintage images – all in support of a set list that mixes together hits and lesser-known gems, all to tell the tale of Gus' genius in the studio! Titles include "Mr Armageddon" by The Locomotive, "She's Not There" by The Zombies, "My Family" by Joan Armatrading, "Tokoloshe Man" by John Kongos, "Eye To Eye" by Audience, "Sixty Years On" by Elton John, "Boredom" by Tea & Sympathy, "Space Oddity (UK single version)" by David Bowie, "Oh How She Changed" by The Strawbs, "I'm The Urban Spaceman" by Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band, "Whatever Gets You Through The Night" by Elton John & John Lennon, "Run For Home" by Lindisfarne, "The Disappointed" by XTC, "Halfway Hotel" by Voyager, and "Fool (single edit)" by Chris Rea. CD

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VariousI Had The Craziest Dream Vol 3 – Modern Jazz & Hardbop In Postwar London ... CD
Death Is Not The End, Late 50s. New Copy ... $12.99 16.99
Maybe the deepest-digging volume in this really great series – a set that goes past the obvious to show all the many new styles of modern jazz that were brewing up in the British scene at the end of the 50s! The sounds here aren't just bop, but a nice variety of modern modes that bring as much sophisticated scoring and arrangement to play, as they do focus on inventive instrumentation and phrasing from the players! A few numbers are breathtaking tracks by larger groups, others are small combo material – and titles include "Elegy" by Victor Feldman, "Vertigo" by Steve Race Bop Group, "Regrets" by Shake Keane & Michael Garrick, "Fallonology" by All Star Sextet, "Dance Of The Zombies" by Kenny Graham's Afro-Cubists, "12 By 5" by Tommy Whittle, "Deep Forest" by Dill Jones, and "The Way You Look Tonight" by Wilton Gaynair. CD

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✨✧ ArgentRing Of Hands ... CD
Epic/Collectables, 1971. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
The second album by Argent – Rod Argent's project immediately after the breakup of the Zombies! There's plenty of Zombie-like ideas here – particularly those floating around the Odyssey and Oracle album, but they're also done without the dreamy pop style of Colin Blunstone's vocals, which makes for a much harder sound overall. Added into that the guitar of Russ Ballard, which really kicks into the tunes nicely, and you've got some great rock and roll work – written with a pop sensibility, but played with a razor-sharp edge that's pretty hard hitting. Titles include "Lothlorien", "Rejoice", "Pleasure", "Sweet Mary", "Where Are We Going Wrong", "Rejoice", "Cast Your Spell Uranus", and "Celebration". CD

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✨✧ Colin BlunstoneOne Year (with bonus tracks) ... CD
Epic/Sundazed, 1971. New Copy ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Amazing solo work from ex-Zombie Colin Blunstone – his first album after parting ways with his former group – and one of our favorite albums of all time! Blunstone's vocals were already amazing in The Zombies – especially near the end – but this set takes things even further, by blending his sublime lyrics with spare arrangements that often just feature simple string passages and warm piano parts – subtle accompaniment that leaves Colin strongly in the lead! The songs are wonderful – penned to recall the changes and issues of the year after the parting of the group – with plenty of help from old buddies Rod Argent and Chris White too. There's never been another record like this again, and there never will be – one of the true treasures of the greatest generation of music! Titles include "Let Me Come Closer To You", "I Can't Live Without You", "Smokey Day", and "Say You Don't Mind" – plus a fantastic cover of "Misty Roses", and the more rocking "She Loves The Way They Love Her". This amazing 50th anniversary edition adds in 14 more tracks to a wonderful package – rare material that mostly features Blustone solo – with titles that include "Sing Your Own Song", "Let Me Come Closer To You", "You Really Were A Surprise", "I Won't Let You Down", "Too Much Too Soon", "I'd Like To Get To Know You", and "Are You Ready". CD
(50th Anniversary Expanded Edition!)
Also available
One Year ... LP 49.99
One Year (UK pressing) ... CD 6.99
One Year (with bonus tracks) ... LP 34.99
One Year (180 gram pressing) ... LP

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✨✧ Childish GambinoAwaken My Love (with download) ... LP
Glassnote, 2017. New Copy ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Childish Gambino once again transcends anything you might be expecting from an actor/musician – this is not some vain star trip at all, but a worthy, boundary-busting effort – and a pretty sizable step away from idiosyncratic, yet accessible hip hop into spacey pop funk! Strong stuff, following his own path in respectable, highly rewarding fashion. Includes "Me And Your Mama", "Have Some Love", "Boogieman", "Zombies", "Riot", "Redbone", "Terrified", "California", "Terrified", "The Night Me & Your Mama Met" and more. LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Chad & JeremyArk ... LP
CBS, 1968. Near Mint- ... Out Of Stock
The last Columbia album from the team of Chad Stuart & Jeremy Clyde – and a record that's even more baroquely brilliant than their previous set, Of Cabbages & Kings! Chad & Jeremy have really gone over the top here – reaching into fuller orchestrations and deeper social themes that rival their most complex contemporaries – sitting in a special space somewhere between The Zombies and The Moody Blues, and working at a level that haunts the most heavenly corners of both of those influences! As on Cabbages, Gary Usher produced – and really manages to make Chad's arrangements sound great – using the cellos and woodwinds without any overdone qualities, and really keeping the acoustic guitar high enough in the mix to maintain a sense of sincerity in the tunes. Titles include "The Raven", "Pipe Dream", "Transatlantic Trauma 1966", "Sidewalk Requiem Los Angeles June 5th & 6th", "Paxton Quigley's Had The Curse", "Pantheistic Study For Guitar & Large Bird", "The Emancipation Of Mr X", "The Ark", and "Painted Dayglow Smile". CD also features 3 bonus tracks – "Letter To A London Girl", "Pipe Dream", and "The Song Of The Love Child (Tobey's Song)". LP, Vinyl record album
(360 Sound stereo pressing with white text – stamped 2B/etched 1B.)

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✨✧ Roky EricksonEvil One (purple vinyl pressing) ... LP
Light In The Attic, 1981. New Copy 2LP Gatefold ... Out Of Stock
Roky Erickson's fantastic early 80s material with The Aliens – tracks that were produced by Creedence Clearwater Revival's Stu Cook – with some of the most straight-forward and accessible rockers in Roky's canon, but still sporting his trademark eccentricity! Given his mythical personal history, you can easy describe Roky Erickson as "having demons" – but as you'll hear, he's also got two-headed dogs, vampires, zombies, fire demons, ghosts and Lucifer himself – just on this one record! The tracks have an odd release history – having been recorded in the late 70s, but not released until 1980 in the UK on the Five Symbols record, and in '81 as The Evil One LP, with an altered tracklist. This definitive Light In The Attic version gathers up all 15 amazing tracks from the Stu Cook sessions from '77-'79. Includes the legendary "Two Headed Dog" and many more tunes that are just as incredible! Titles include "I Walked With A Zombie", "Night Of The Vampire", "It's A Cold Night For Alligators", "Mine Mine Mind", "I Think Of Demons", "Creature With The Atom Brain", "Bloody Hammer", "Don't Shake Me Lucifer", "If You Have Ghosts" and more. LP, Vinyl record album
(On "Hazy" purple vinyl!)

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✨✧ VariousBritish Invasion – The History Of British Rock Vol 4 ... CD
Rhino, Mid 60s. Used ... Out Of Stock
Includes 20 tracks from The Kinks, Donovan, The Yardbirds, Troggs, Ian Whitcomb, The Thoughts, Zombies, Sorrows, and others! CD
(Out of print.)

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✨✧ VariousAction Time Vision – A Story Of Independent UK Punk 1976 to 1979 (4CD set) ... CD
Cherry Red (UK), Late 70s. New Copy 4CD ... Out Of Stock
A truly incredible collection – even more wonderful than we might have guessed from the title and cover – and both of those are already pretty darn appealing! This package might well be the most comprehensive we've ever seen on the early days of punk in England – a package that goes way past the big names, way past the classic cuts, and really digs deep into the huge explosion of indie labels that fueled the scene – creating a legacy of rare singles and amazing sounds that the British scene hadn't seen in years! If you dig the Sex Pistols or Clash, there's dozens of other tunes here to love – some by artists you'll know from later fame, represented here on very early tracks – and lots more from acts who maybe only gave the world a handful of brilliant singles. The presentation is as stunning as the music – 111 tracks on 4CDs, inside a heavy 64 page book-style jacket – with page after page of notes on each song and band, and lots of images as well. Consider this whole thing an overdue primer on all the punk you missed – even if you lived back in the day – and lose yourself in the huge array of tracks by groups who include The Radiators From Space, Puncture, Some Chicken, The Panik, The Only Ones, Suspects, Tueway Army, The Boys, Acme Sewage Co, Raped, Bazoomis, Menace GLC, Sids, Rudi, Art Attack, Angelic Upstarts, Mean Street, Poison Girls, Chelsea, Demon Preacher, Leyton Brothers, The Dole, Riff Raff, The Tights, Social Security, Nicky & The Dots, No Way, The Wall, Hollywood Brats, Disco Zombies, Spizzoil, Horrorcomic, The Cravats, and lots lots more! CD

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✨✧ ArgentArgent ... LP
Epic, 1969. Very Good ... Out Of Stock
Rod Argent's project immediately after the breakup of the Zombies! There's plenty of Zombie-like ideas here – particularly those floating around the Odyssey and Oracle album, but they're also done without the dreamy pop style of Colin Blunstone's vocals, which makes for a much harder sound overall. Added into that the guitar of Russ Ballard, which really kicks into the tunes nicely, and you've got some great rock and roll work – written with a pop sensibility, but played with a razor-sharp edge that's pretty hard hitting. Titles include "Like Honey", "Liar", "Schoolgirl", "Bring You Joy", "Stepping Stone", and more. LP, Vinyl record album
(Orange label pressing. Cover has ring and edge wear, aging, and a spot of paper stuck to the front.)
 
 
 



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