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Cat: 603497 862474. Rel: 01 May 18
Jazz
  1. Rubberband Of Life (feat Ledisi - radio edit) (4:22)
  2. Rubberband Of Life (feat Ledisi) (5:46)
  3. Rubberband Of Life (instrumental) (5:37)
  4. Rubberband (6:14)
Review: Amongst jazz aficionados, Miles Davis's Rubberband album is regarded as one of the genre's "lost classics". Although recorded in 1985, the set has never been released. We're promised it will finally appear later in the year. First, as a taster, we're treated to an EP that accompanies the legendary title track - a dexterous and squeezable chunk of '80s electrofunk blessed with some fine soloing from Davis - with three new "Rubberband of Life" versions. These feature vocalist Ledisi and re-cast the track as a dusty, Fugees style chunk of New York hip-hop soul. While radically different in the best possible way, all three versions (radio edit, extended and instrumental takes) prominently feature the legendary trumpet player's meandering lead lines.
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 in stock $13.02
Pin Ups (remastered) (Record Store Day 2019) (picture disc LP + insert in die-cut sleeve) (1 per customer)
Cat: 019029 5511289. Rel: 22 Apr 19
Rock
  1. Rosalyn (2:25)
  2. Here Comes The Night (3:06)
  3. I Wish You Would (2:49)
  4. See Emily Play (4:10)
  5. Everything's All Right (2:29)
  6. I Can't Explain (2:13)
  7. Friday On My Mind (2:57)
  8. Sorrow (2:54)
  9. Don't Bring Me Down (2:07)
  10. Shapes Of Things (2:53)
  11. Anyway Anyhow Anywhere (3:11)
  12. Where Have All The Good Times Gone? (2:43)
 in stock $25.30
Cat: 060349 7858057. Rel: 28 Sep 18
Soul
  1. I Never Loved A Man (The Way I Loved You)
  2. Do Right Woman, Do Right Man
  3. Respect
  4. Dr Feelgood
  5. Baby I Love You
  6. Going Down Slow
  7. A Natural Woman (You Make Me Feel Like)
  8. Baby, Baby, Baby
  9. Chain Of Fools
  10. Prove It
  11. (Sweet Sweet Baby) Since You've Been Gone
  12. Ain't No Way
  13. Think
  14. You Send Me
  15. The House That Jack Built
  16. I Say A Little Prayer
  17. See Saw
  18. My Song
  19. The Weight
  20. Tracks Of My Tears
  21. I Can't See Myself Leaving You
  22. Gentle On My Mind
  23. Share Your Love With Me
  24. Pledging My Love/The Clock
  25. Eleanor Rigby
  26. It Ain't Fair
  27. Call Me
  28. Son Of A Preacher Man
  29. Spirit In The Dark (with The Dixie Flyers)
  30. The Thrill Is Gone (with The Dixie Flyers)
  31. Don't Play That Song (with The Dixie Flyers)
  32. Let It Be (with The Dixie Flyers)
  33. Border Song (Holy Moses)
  34. You & Me (with The Dixie Flyers)
out of stock $9.78
VARIOUS
Cat: 51011 24192. Rel: 24 Jun 06
Psych/Garage Rock
  1. The Electric Prunes - "I Had Too Much To Dream (Last Night)"
  2. The Standells - "Dirty Water"
  3. The Strangleloves - "Night Time"
  4. The Knickerbockers - "Lies"
  5. The Vagrants - "Respect"
  6. Mouse - "A Public Execution"
  7. The Blue Project - "No Time Like The Right Now"
  8. The Shadows Of Knight - "Oh Yeah"
  9. The Seeds - "Pushin Too Hard"
  10. The Barbarians - "Moulty"
  11. The Remains - "Don't Look Back"
  12. The Magicians - "Invitation To Cry"
  13. The Castaways - "Liar Liar"
  14. The Thirteenth Floor Elevators - "You're Gonna Miss Me"
  15. Count Five - "Psychotic Reaction"
  16. The Leaves - "Hey Joe"
  17. Michael & The Messengers - "Just Like Romeo & Juliet"
  18. The Cryan Shames - "Sugar & Spice"
  19. The Amboy Dukes - "Baby Please Don't Go"
  20. The Blues Magoos - "Tobacco Road"
  21. Chocolate Watch Band - "Lets Talk About Girls"
  22. The Mojo Men - "Sit Down I Think I Love You"
  23. The Third Rail - "Run Run Run"
  24. Sagittarius - "My World Fell Down"
  25. Nazz - "Open My Eyes"
  26. The Premiers - "Farmer John"
  27. The Magic Mushrooms - "It's A Happening"
Review: If a single compilation can be attributed to beginning the oldies revolution, it is easily the original 1972 double LP Nuggets: Original Artyfacts From the First Psychedelic Era, 1965-1968. Compiled by Elektra Records founder Jac Holzman with assistance and input from guitarist and music historian Lenny Kaye, this deceptively haphazard 27-track aggregate became the cornerstone of the serious appreciation of '60s underground music. One important factor that unifies and likewise levels the playing field for all 27 sides chosen for the first run of Nuggets: Original Artyfacts From the First Psychedelic Era, 1965-1968 is that they were all issued as singles. There are both US Top 20 charting pop hits - "Dirty Water" (Standells), "Liar, Liar" (Castaways) and "Psychotic Reaction" (Count Five) as well as several inspired sides that never made the Top 200. Each track is also given a brief bio, which was researched & penned by Kaye. His comments go beyond the facts & figures of the typical discography, relating to the music as the personal experience that it was.
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out of stock $10.20
Cat: 8122741322. Rel: 28 Jul 06
Rock (All)
  1. Gris Gris Gumbo Yaya
  2. Mama Roux
  3. Jump Sturday
  4. Barefoot Lady
  5. Loop Garoo
  6. Craney Crow
  7. Iko Iko
  8. Big Chief
  9. Stack A Lee
  10. Right Place Wrong Time
  11. Same Old Same Old
  12. Such A Night
  13. Quitters Never Win
  14. Mos' Scocious
  15. Makin' Whoopee!
  16. I'll Be Glad When You're Dead, You Rescal You
  17. Litanie Des Saints
  18. Goin' Back To New Orleans
Review: A new compilation to reflect the vast body of work that Dr John has contributed covering tracks from the late 60's to the early 90's. Eighteen tracks to introduce Dr John, the Night Tripper, who galvanised the local music community following the Hurricane Katrina disaster last year. His debut for Atlantic Gris Gris became one of the hippest albums of its era and Introducing features three classic cuts 'Gris Gris Gumbo Ya', 'Mama Roux' and 'Jump Sturdy'. Moving through his albums Babylon to Remedies to The Sun, Moon & Herbs-an album he recorded in London (with some of his famous friends-Mick Jagger and Eric Clapton amongst them) to Gumbo with 'Iko, Iko'; to In The Right Place with 'Right Place Wrong Time' and 'Such A Night' through to Goin' Back To New Orleans with the very apt title track.
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out of stock $9.18
Kiss (12")
Cat: 812279 9683. Rel: 03 Aug 07
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Prince - "Kiss" (extended version)
  2. Prince & The Revolution - "Love Or $"
Review: 'Kiss', reissued in original picture sleeve in a series of Prince 12" reissues from Rhino.
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out of stock $5.62
Cat: 8122776322. Rel: 03 Aug 06
Funk
  1. Memphis Soul Stew
  2. A Whiter Shade Of Pale
  3. Whole Lotta Love
  4. I Stand Accused
  5. Them Changes
  6. Ode To Billie Joe
  7. Mr Bojangles
  8. Signed Sealed Delivered (I'm Yours)
  9. Soul Serenade
  10. My Sweet Lord (feat Billy Preston - Bonus Track)
  11. Them Changes
  12. Ode To Billie Joe
  13. Soul Serenade
  14. Memphis Soul Stew
Review: R&B saxophone giant King Curtis was at the top of his game on three consecutive nights in March 1971 when he was the opening act for Aretha Franklin at a trio of historic concerts at Bill Graham's storied Haight-Ashbury venue (he also led the backing band for the Queen of Soul's headline sets). Originally released one week before Curtis' tragic murder in August of that year, this extraordinary live disc spotlights the musical mastery that made him a legendary talent. Curtis rips through a soulful tour de force of top R&B, rock, and pop hits of the day, backed by his ace rhythm section the Kingpins, organist Billy Preston, and the Memphis Horns throughout. Famed writer Dave Marsh noted in a four-star review for the Rolling Stone Album Guide that "Curtis the bandleader is at his absolute best . . . . The powerful communication these players had with each other produces a set that is a model of intelligent choices made without sacrificing spontaneity" Almost 70 minutes of stellar concert highlights, remastered to sound better than ever. Captured live at San Francisco's Fillmore West on March 5, 6 and 7, 1971 from original master recordings produced by Jerry Wexler and Arif Mardin. Features King Curtis on tenor and soprano saxophone solos leading the Kingpins, the Memphis Horns, and Billy Preston on organ. The original 1971 album plus five bonus tracks, alternate versions and unused songs, previously available only on the very limited-edition, now out-of-print Rhino Handmade title Don't Fight The Feeling: The Complete Aretha Franklin & King Curtis Live At Fillmore West. Includes the classic 'Soul Serenade', and 'My Sweet Lord' featuring Billy Preston on vocals.
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out of stock $15.31
Cat: 8122799506. Rel: 23 Feb 08
Funk
  1. Over & Over (12" disco mix)
  2. Have You Ever Tried It
  3. Everybody's Got To Give It Up
  4. One More Try (12" disco mix)
  5. Tried, Tested & Found True (12" disco mix)
  6. Send It
  7. Top Of The Stairs
  8. Don't Cost You Nothing (12" disco mix)
  9. It Seems To Hang On (12" disco mix)
  10. Found A Cure (12" disco mix)
  11. Nobody Knows (12" disco mix)
  12. Love Don't Make It Right (12" disco mix)
  13. Stay Free
  14. Bourgie Bourgie
  15. Found A Cure (A Tom Moulton mix)
  16. It Seems To Hang On (Tommy Musto Re-touch)
  17. One More Try (Dimitri re-edit)
  18. Bourgie Bourgie (Joe Claussell's classic remix)
  19. Over & Over (Simphouse/M&M mix)
  20. Stay Free (Dim's The Missing mix)
  21. Love Don't Make It Right (Joey Negro mix)
  22. Tried, Tested & Found True (Simphouse/M&M Soulful mix)
  23. Stay Free (Dim's club mix)
Review: 'The Warner Bros Years: Hits, Remixes, & Rarities' is a 2-CD compilation boasting lush, soulful originals, impossible to find 12" versions and sensational contemporary remixes of signature tracks from R&B's most enduring duo. The phenomenal R&B performing and song-writing partnership of Nickolas Ashford and Valerie Simpson, better known as simply Ashford & Simpson, made their Warner Bros recording debut with 1973's Billboard Top 20 LP 'Gimme Something Real'. Over the course of more than a decade with the label, the duo's legend grew with a string of chart hits and acclaimed albums, among them 1978's gold-selling 'Is It Still Good To Ya'. Rhino's new 2-CD compilation features unforgettable originals and 12" versions on Disc 1 followed by inspired contemporary remixes on Disc 2. As songwriters, Ashford & Simpson gave the world classics including 'I'm Every Woman' and 'Ain't Nothing Like The Real Thing'. As performers they deliver sonic ecstasy, celebrated to the max on this innovative set. The 2-CDs feature over 2-½ hours of music.
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Played by: Radio Slave
out of stock $16.33
Cat: 8122 74766 2. Rel: 23 Jan 07
Rock (All)
  1. Turn Of The Century
  2. Holiday
  3. Red Chair, Fade Away
  4. One Minute Woman
  5. In My Own Time
  6. Every Christian Lion Hearted Man Will Show You
  7. Craise Finton Kirk Royal Academy Of Arts
  8. New York Mining Disaster 1941
  9. Cucumber Castle
  10. To Love Somebody
  11. I Close My Eyes
  12. I Can't See Nobody
  13. Please Read Me
  14. Close Another Door
  15. Turn Of The Century (early version)
  16. One Minute Woman (early version)
  17. Gilbert Green
  18. New York Mining Disaster 1941 (version one)
  19. House Of Lords
  20. Cucumber Castle (early version)
  21. Harry Braff (early alternative version)
  22. I Close My Eyes (early version)
  23. I've Got To Learn
  24. I Can't See Nobody (alernative take)
  25. All Around My Clock
  26. Mr Wallor's Wailing Wall
  27. Craise Finton Kirk Royal Academy Of Arts (alternate take)
  28. New York Mining Disaster 1941 (version two)
Review: One of the most popular and influential groups in popular music, The Bee Gees' career spanned five decades, five Grammy's and eight platinum albums, but until now the group's extraordinary catalogue has never been upgraded. Reprise begins its complete restoration of their repertoire with 2CD expanded remasters of their first three internationally released albums.
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out of stock $17.35
VARIOUS
Cat: WMTV 121. Rel: 16 Nov 09
Funky/Club House
  1. Faithless - "God Is A DJ"
  2. Motorcycle - "As The Rush Comes" (Gabriel & Dresden Sweeping Strings remix)
  3. Rui De Silva - "Touch Me" (feat Cassandra)
  4. Deadmau5 & Kaskade - "I Remember"
  5. Paul Van Dyk - "Home" (feat Johnny McDaid Kaskade remix)
  6. CRW - "I Feel Love" (RAF Zone remix)
  7. Guru Josh Project - "Infinity 2008" (Klaas instrumental remix)
  8. Three Drives - "Greece 2000"
  9. Underworld - "Dark & Long/Dark Train"
  10. IiO - "Rapture"
  11. Tillmann Uhrmacher - "On The Run" (Ocean To Shore club extended)
  12. Kernkraft 400 - "Zombie Nation" (DJ Gius mix)
  13. Tomcraft - "Loneliness" (original mix)
  14. Utah Saints - "Lost Vagueness" (Oliver Lieb main mix)
  15. Chicane - "Poppiholla"
  16. Pryda - "Lift"
  17. OT Quartet - "Hold That Sucker Down" (Builds Like A Skyscraper mix)
  18. Calvin Harris - "I'm Not Alone" (Tiesto remix)
  19. Tiesto - "I Will Be Here" (feat Sneaky Sound System)
  20. Freemasons - "Love On My Mind" (feat Amanda Wilson)
  21. The Lisa Marie Experience - "Keep On Jumpin'"
  22. M&S Pres The Girl Next Door - "Salsoul Nugget"
  23. Pete Heller - "Big Love" (The Dronez mix)
  24. X Press 2 - "Muzikizum"
  25. Shakedown - "At Night" (Kid Creme Funksta mix)
  26. Sneaker Pimps - "Spin Spin Sugar" (Armand Dark garage mix)
  27. CJ Bolland - "Sugar Is Sweeter" (Armand Van Helden drum n bass mix)
  28. Tori Amos - "Profeessionail Widow" (Armand Van Helden Star Trunk mix)
  29. Chuckie & LMFAO - "Let The Bass Kick In Miami Bitch"
  30. Armand Van Helden - "U Don't Know Me"
  31. Basement Jaxx - "Fly Life"
  32. Junior Jack - "Thrill Me"
  33. Cevin Fisher - "The Freaks Come Out"
  34. Black Legend - "You See The Trouble With Me"
  35. Sebastian Ingrosso - "Kidsos"
  36. Hard Fi - "Hard To Beat" (Axwell remix)
  37. Raven Maize - "The Real Life"
  38. Little Boots - "Remedy" (Kaskade club remix)
  39. Axwell, Ingrosso, Angello & Laidback Luke - "Leave The world Behind" (feat Deborah Cox)
  40. Sneaky Sound System - "It's Not My Problem" (Think White Duke mix)
  41. De'Lacy - "Hideaway" (Dubfire Needs To Score)
  42. Brother Brown - "Under The WAter" (feat Frank'ee)
  43. Lil' Mo' Yin Yang - "Reach" (Little More mix)
  44. Everything But The Girl - "Missing" (Todd Terry remix)
  45. Grace - "Not Over Yet" (Perfecto mix)
  46. Billie Ray Martin - "Your Loving Arms" (Jnr Vasquez Soundfactory mix)
  47. Roger Sanchez - "Another Chance"
  48. Mory Kante - "Yeke Yeke" (Hardfloor remix)
  49. Fatboy Slim - "Right Here, Right Now"
  50. Felix Da Housecat - "Silver Screen Shower Scene"
  51. Benny Benassi - "Satisfaction"
  52. Justice Vs Simian - "We Are Your Friends"
  53. Josh Wink - "Higher State Of Consciousness" (Original Tweekin' Acid Funk mix)
  54. Leftfield - "Phat Planet"
  55. Azzido Da Bass - "Doom's Night" (Timo Maas remix)
  56. Moby - "Go"
  57. The Future Sound Of London - "Papua New Guinea"
  58. Laurent Garnier - "The Man With The Red Face"
  59. MANDY - "Body language" (feat Booka Shade)
  60. Mylo - "Drop The Pressure"
out of stock $3.05
Cat: 81227 40862. Rel: 28 Jul 06
Rock (All)
  1. October Song
  2. Everything's Fine Right Now
  3. Empty Pocket Blues
  4. Painting Box
  5. First Girl I Loved
  6. Way Back In The 1960's
  7. Koeeaddi There
  8. Mercy I Cry City
  9. The Half-Remarkable Question
  10. You Get Brighter
  11. The Iron Stone
  12. Cousin Caterpillar
  13. Big Ted
  14. Sleepers, Awake!
  15. Black Jack Davey
  16. Queen Of Love
Review: While it's true to say that when they came together in 1965 The Incredible String Band were, ostensibly, an acoustic folk group, even in these early days they mixed in elements of folk, blues, bluegrass and jazz, akin to an American style jug band, and very different from any other performers or groups on the folk scene in England and Scotland. By the time they released their two most rightly celebrated albums, The 5000 Spirits and The Hangman's Beautiful Daughter in 1967 and 1968 respectively, The Incredible String Band had come to embody the notion of the hippie ideal. They were extraordinary records, incorporating Indian and African traditions and effectively presenting 'World music' for the first time, some 25 years before the term was coined. Right now, as folk music goes through one of its regular revivals and has become hip once again under the umbrella of nu-folk, alt-folk or twisted folk, call it what you will, The Incredible String Band now find themselves revered gurus of this new scene. Since the ISP began performing together again in 1999, they have been embraced by these younger musicians both here and in America and just last year flew the flag for the old guard at the Green Man Festival along side the likes of Bonnie Prince Billy, Espers & Joanna Newsom. It's a fitting time to present a new introduction to the Incredible String Band, here drawn from "The Elektra Years", a groundbreaking and exhilarating 5 year period from 66-71.The collection is a convenient starter pack. You'll hear nothing in the music of today to compare with the unique sound of the Incredible String Band.
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out of stock $9.18
Cat: 8122776292. Rel: 29 Jul 06
Funk
  1. Respect
  2. Love The One You're with
  3. Bridge Over Troubled Water
  4. Eleanor Rigby
  5. Make It with You
  6. Don't Play That Song
  7. Dr Feelgood
  8. Spirit In The Dark
  9. Spirit In The Dark (Reprised)
  10. Reach Out & Touch (Somebody's Hand)
  11. Respect
  12. Call Me
  13. Mixed Up Girl
  14. Love The One You're with
  15. Bridge Over Troubled Water
  16. Share Your Love with Me
  17. Eleanor Rigby
  18. Make It with You
  19. You Are All I Need To Get By
  20. Don't Play That Song
  21. Dr Feelgood
  22. Spirit In The Dark
  23. Spirit In The Dark (Reprised)
Review: On March 5-7, 1971, the one and only Queen of Soul headlined Bill Graham's world-famous rock venue Fillmore West. The triumphant three-night series of sold-out concerts, which the legendary singer has since called a career highlight, was the vision of Atlantic's Jerry Wexler, who'd signed Aretha and produced her classic studio recordings. In looking to win her a broader audience, Wexler turned to the musical home of San Francisco's flower children for crossover success. Her connection with the enthralled audience proved intense, and the shows were a seminal breakthrough for Aretha's own peerless legacy and for the popularisation of soul music overall. Backed by the super-charged rhythm section of King Curtis and The Kingpins, Aretha is in peak form on a diverse set of classic songs that dramatically show why this 15 x Grammy winning artist - and the first woman to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame - is one of music's all-time greats of any genre. Two CDs featuring two hours of concert magic, remastered to sound better than ever-the original classic live album plus a second disc of alternate rarities. Disc 1 features the original single-disc album, updated to present two previously edited tracks in their entirety including Franklin's momentous duet with Ray Charles on "Spirit In The Dark." Disc 2 is comprised of rare alternate versions previously available only on the very limited edition, now out-of-print, Rhino Handmade title Don't Fight The Feeling: The Complete Aretha Franklin & King Curtis Live At Fillmore West. Highlights include 'You're All I Need To Get By' 'Mixed-Up Girl' and 'Dr. Feelgood' and more.
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out of stock $14.29
  1. Jimmy Norman - "Gangster Of Love" (part 1)
  2. Jimmy Norman - "Gangster Of Love" (part 2)
  3. The TSU Toronadoes - "Getting The Corners"
  4. The TSU Toronadoes - "What Good Am I?"
  5. The Mighty Hannibal - "Get In The Groove"
  6. The Mighty Hannibal - "Somebody In The World For You"
  7. Tony Alvon & The Belairs - "Boom Boom Boom"
  8. Tony Alvon & The Belairs - "Sexy Coffee Pot"
  9. The Rhine Oaks - "Tampin"
  10. The Rhine Oaks - "Oleancler"
  11. The Commodores - "Keep On Dancing"
  12. The Commodores - "Rise Up"
  13. Titus Turner - "His Funeral, My Trial"
  14. Titus Turner - "Do You Dig It"
  15. Eldridge Holmes - "Cheatin' Woman"
  16. Eldridge Holmes - "Pop, Popcorn Children"
  17. Cold Grits - "It's Your Thing"
  18. Cold Grits - "Bring It Home To Me"
  19. Johnny Cameron & The Camerons - "I Love You Yes I Do"
  20. Johnny Cameron & The Camerons - "Funky John"
  21. Little Sister - "Stanga"
  22. Little Sister - "Somebody's Watching You"
  23. Cyril Neville - "Gossip"
  24. Cyril Neville - "Tell Me What's On Your Mind"
  25. Johnny Tolbert & De Thangs - "Take It Off"
  26. Johnny Tolbert & De Thangs - "Take It Off"
  27. Wilson Pickett - "Engine Number 9"
  28. Wilson Pickett - "International Playboy"
  29. The Beginning Of The End - "Funky Nassau" (part 1)
  30. The Beginning Of The End - "Funky Nassau" (part 2)
  31. The Stovall Sisters - "Hang On In There"
  32. The Stovall Sisters - "Sweepin' Through The City"
  33. Baby Huey & The Baby Sitters - "Listen To Me"
  34. Baby Huey & The Baby Sitters - "Hard Times"
  35. Willie West - "Fairchild"
  36. Willie West - "I Sleep With The Blues"
  37. The Gaturs - "Cold Bear"
  38. The Gaturs - "The Bogger Man"
  39. Charles Wright - "You Gotta Know Whatcha Doin'"
  40. Charles Wright - "Here Comes The Sun"
  41. Little Richard - "Mockingbird Sally"
  42. Little Richard - "Nuki Suki"
  43. United 8 - "Ain't No Good"
  44. United 8 - "Getting Uptown (To Get Down)"
  45. The Meters - "Chug Chug Chug A Lug (Push N' Shove)" (part 1)
  46. The Meters - "Chug Chug Chug A Lug (Push N' Shove)" (part 2)
  47. Freddi/Henchi & The Soul Setters - "Funky To The Bone"
  48. Freddi/Henchi & The Soul Setters - "I Want To Dance, Dance, Dance"
  49. Eddie Hazel - "California Dreamin'" (vocal)
  50. Eddie Hazel - "California Dreamin'" (instrumental)
Review: Twenty-five singles, all in original sleeves. This is far 'deeper' than anything we've seen on this label before, rivalling Now Again or Cali-Tex for quality indie status while blending in the cream of the major label crop from the same period (Warner's, ATCO Josie, Reprise, Loma, etc). Packaged in an incredible heavy pasteboard box, with a handle (in the old style) and psychedelic-shack inspired artwork on all 4 sides.
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Played by: Suonho
out of stock $119.49
VARIOUS
Cat: 51011 24191. Rel: 27 Jun 06
Psych/Garage Rock
  1. The Electric Prunes - "I Had Too Much To Dream (Last Night)"
  2. Dirty Water - "The Standells"
  3. The Strangleloves - "Night Time"
  4. The Knickerbockers - "Lies"
  5. The Vagrants - "Respect"
  6. Mouse - "A Public Execution"
  7. The Blue Project - "No Time Like The Right Now"
  8. The Shadows Of Knight - "Oh Yeah"
  9. The Seeds - "Pushin Too Hard"
  10. The Barbarians - "Moulty"
  11. The Remains - "Don't Look Back"
  12. The Magicians - "Invitation To Cry"
  13. The Castaways - "Liar Liar"
  14. The Thirteenth Floor Elevators - "You're Gonna Miss Me"
  15. Count Five - "Psychotic Reaction"
  16. The Leaves - "Hey Joe"
  17. Michael & The Messengers - "Just Like Romeo & Juliet"
  18. The Cryan Shames - "Sugar & Spice"
  19. The Amboy Dukes - "Baby Please Don't Go"
  20. The Blues Magoos - "Tobacco Road"
  21. Chocolate Watch Band - "Lets Talk About Girls"
  22. The Mojo Men - "Sit Down I Think I Love You"
  23. The Third Rail - "Run Run Run"
  24. Sagittarius - "My World Fell Down"
  25. Nazz - "Open My Eyes"
  26. The Premiers - "Farmer John"
  27. The Magic Mushrooms - "It's A Happening"
Review: If a single compilation can be attributed to beginning the oldies revolution, it is easily the original 1972 double LP Nuggets: Original Artyfacts From the First Psychedelic Era, 1965-1968. Compiled by Elektra Records founder Jac Holzman with assistance and input from guitarist and music historian Lenny Kaye, this deceptively haphazard 27-track aggregate became the cornerstone of the serious appreciation of '60s underground music. One important factor that unifies and likewise levels the playing field for all 27 sides chosen for the first run of Nuggets: Original Artyfacts From the First Psychedelic Era, 1965-1968 is that they were all issued as singles. There are both US Top 20 charting pop hits - "Dirty Water" (Standells), "Liar, Liar" (Castaways) and "Psychotic Reaction" (Count Five) as well as several inspired sides that never made the Top 200. Each track is also given a brief bio, which was researched & penned by Kaye. His comments go beyond the facts & figures of the typical discography, relating to the music as the personal experience that it was.
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out of stock $23.75
VARIOUS
Cat: 81227 76262. Rel: 17 Jun 06
Funk
  1. Aretha Franklin - "My Way"
  2. Margie Joseph - "It's Growing"
  3. Patti Labelle & the Bluebells - "(1-2-3-4-5-6-7) Count The Days"
  4. Doris Troy - "Please Little Angel"
  5. Mary Wells - "Hands Off My Baby"
  6. Dee Dee Sharp - "My Best Friend's Man"
  7. Dee Dee Warwick - "Rescue Me"
  8. Baby Washington - "What Becomes Of The Brokenhearted"
  9. Irma Thomas - "Full Time Woman"
  10. Judy Clay - "I Got To Love Somebody's Baby"
  11. Esther Phillips - "Cheater Man"
  12. Laura Lee - "What A Man"
  13. The Sweet Inspirations - "Ain't Nothing Gonna Change Me"
  14. Jackie Moore - "It Ain't Who You Know"
  15. Bettye Swann - "I Ain't That Easy To Lose"
  16. Barbara Lewis - "Thankful For What I Got"
Review: Atlantic Records was home to many of the legendary singers, songwriters and producers who defined the sweet sound of the early 1960s and '70s soul. Rhino Records uncovers forgotten classics drawn from Atlantic's vast library and brings them together for a pair of single-disc compilations, 'Atlantic Unearthed: Soul Brothers' and 'Atlantic Unearthed: Soul Sisters'. Both albums feature remastered versions of hard-to-find singles, some making their CD debut; B-sides of hits and previously unreleased music by the kings and queens of soul. Franklin opens the collection by putting her unmistakable stamp on Frank Sinatra's signature showstopper, 'My Way.' Originally recorded in 1970, but only released on vinyl as part of an Italian compilation. 'Soul Sisters' also includes five songs previously unreleased anywhere before: Margie Joseph's cover of The Temptations', 'It's Growing', their follow-up to the hit 'My Girl', 'Patti Labelle & The Blue Belles' 1969 recording of "(1-2-3-4-5-6-7) Count The Days", which was originally cut by brother-and-sister duo Inez and Charlie Foxx; a cover of the Fontella Bass classic 'Rescue Me' recorded in 1970 at the famed Muscle Shoals studio by Dee Dee Warwick-Dionne's sister; 'Ain't Nothing Gonna Change Me' by The Sweet Inspirations, a quartet of back-up singers who stepped out of the background in 1968 for a string of R&B hits; and 'I Ain't That Easy To Lose' by Bettye Swann, who had hit in 1967 with 'Make Me Yours', Soul Sisters gives (often overlooked artists their due) with music by Esther Phillips, who recorded 'Cheater Man' for Atlantic in 1967, a funky single penned by the celebrated writing team of Chips Moman and Dan Penn. The album also features former gospel singer, Laura Lee's 'What A Man', a song released by Cotillion in 1969 as a B-side of 'Separation Line'.
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out of stock $9.18
Cat: 51011 04482. Rel: 23 Jun 06
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Intro
  2. Quiero
  3. Tu No Rompes
  4. Caballeros Para El Monte
  5. Nada
  6. Yamesaka
  7. Te Invite
  8. Interludio (Superfinos)
  9. Superfinos Negros
  10. Ser
  11. Vendemos Todo Hasta Memories
  12. Que Tu Va Ser?
  13. Interludio (Entrevista)
  14. Como Arde
  15. En Espanol
  16. Outro
  17. Superfinos Negros (BSO Habana Blues)
Review: Favourites on Charlie Gillett's BBC show, Cuban outfit Free Hole Negro have taken the world music scene by storm since the inclusion of 'Superfinos Negros' in the Habana Blues soundtrack. Black beans are common food in Cuba. Frijoles is the name of one of the most traditional dishes full of beans, the main source of energy for the poor who live out in the countryside and for the street children in the city. Another big energy source in the universe are "black holes," large massive areas which scientists believe exist in the universe. Together, black beans and black holes are the energy sources from which Free Hole Negro draw their explosive and spontaneous sound. The band was formed in 1999 and by mixing their inspirations from Latin with the underground rhythms of Havana (hip hop, R'n'B, reggae, jazz and funk.) Free Hole Negro create a new musical universe, a fusion of sound which is completely their own. They called it free hop. Even though it has been seven years since the band was first formed, it was not until they participated in Benito Zambrano's film Habana Blues from 2005, that their music reached the world outside Cuba. The film is about Cuba's underground music scene and it paved the way for bands like Free Hole Negro's international breakthrough.
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out of stock $14.29
Cat: 8122779052. Rel: 04 Jul 06
Rock (All)
  1. Introductions
  2. I Will Never Be Untrue
  3. Build Me A Woman
  4. Who Do You Love
  5. Little Red Rooster
  6. Gloria
  7. Touch Me
  8. The Crystal Ship
  9. Close To You
  10. Rock Me Baby
Review: In July 1969 The Doors played two concerts to packed audiences at the Aquarius Theatre on Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood, California. In addition, the day after the two concerts, The Doors used the Aquarius Theatre stage, still loaded with their equipment from the night before, to conduct a private rehearsal. Both of these concerts, as well as the private rehearsal, were recorded. Bright Midnight Records will release four titles made from these Aquarius Theatre recordings; this is the first of these titles. This 10-track single disc of recordings made during these two July 1969 Aquarius theatre concerts contains tracks which have been selected by Bruce Botnick and the band.
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out of stock $14.29
Cat: 8122779022. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Rock (All)
  1. Tuning
  2. Roadhouse Vamp
  3. Hello To The Cities
  4. Dead Cats Dead Rats
  5. Break On Through (To The Other Side)
  6. Alabama Song (Whisky Bar)
  7. Back Door Man
  8. Five To One
  9. Roudhouse Blues
  10. You Make Me Real
  11. Ship Of Fools
  12. When The Music's Over
  13. People Get Ready
  14. Mystery Train
  15. Away In India
  16. Crossroads
  17. Tuning
  18. Carol
  19. Light My Fire
  20. Been Down So Long
  21. Love Hides
  22. Mean Mustard Blues
  23. Carol (reprise)
  24. Close To You
  25. I'm A King Bee
  26. Rock me Baby/Heartbreak Hotel
  27. The End
Review: Every once in a while, rather than performing the usual encore, if the audience was really lucky, Jim Morrison would throw away the time limits and perform until he couldn't stand up anymore (Jim had this thing about limits -- he liked them best broken.) This performance at Detroit's Cobo Arena was such a night. It easily contains the longest Doors' set ever performed and extends about an hour over the standard concert running time during this period. It was performed when The Doors were working on L.A. Woman in Los Angeles. On the weekends the band would go out and play. Morrison Hotel, the previous album that critics were hailing as a comeback, provided such songs as 'Roadhouse Blues'. 'You Make Me Real' and 'Ship Of Fools.'
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out of stock $22.46
Cat: 8122779032. Rel: 30 Jun 06
Rock (All)
  1. Beginning Of The Doors/Visionary Dreams (Includes Excerpts From: The End/Take It As It Comes/Light My Fire/Moonlight Drive/Break On Through (To The Other Side)/Strange Days)
  2. Beginning Of The Doors/Visionary Dreams (Includes Excerpts From: Who Do You Love (Live)/When The Music's Over/My Eyes Have Seen You)
  3. Beginning Of The Doors/Visionary Dreams (Includes Excerpts From: Spanish Caravan/We Could Be So Good Together/Roadhouse Blues/ When The Music's Over, Who Do You Love (Live))
  4. Track 4
  5. Exploration & Morrison's Sojourn (Includes Excerpts From: Celebration Of The Lizard: Lions In The Street (Live)/Celebration Of The Lizard: Wake Up (Live)/Light My Fire/The End)
  6. Exploration & Morrison's Sojourn (Includes Excerpts From: Alabama Song (Whisky Bar) Not To Touch Teh Earth/The End/Strange Days)
  7. Exploration & Morrison's Sojourn (Includes Excerpts From: The American Night/Roadhouse Blues (Live)/Celebration Of The Lizard: Wake)
  8. Exploration & Morrison's Sojourn (Includes Excerpts From: Tell All The People/Unknown Soldier, Five To One/Ship Of Fools)
  9. Cultural Excursions Into The Void (Includes Excerpts From: Riders On The Storm/Awake/Waiting For The Sun, Dead Cats, Dead Rats (live), Break On Through (To The Other Side) (Live))
  10. Cultural Excursions Into The Void (Includes Excerpts From: Peace Frog/Jim Morrison Stage Rant From Miami, Love Me Two Times)
  11. Cultural Excursions Into The Void (Includes Excerpts From: The End/Hour For Magic/Been Down So Long, Stoned Immaculate)
  12. Cultural Excursions Into The Void (Includes Excerpts From: When The Music's Over/Shaman's Blues, The Challenging)
  13. James Douglas Morrison: Poet (Includes Excerpts From: The End/When The Music's Over, Horse Latitudes/Ghost Song/Newborn Awakening)
  14. James Douglas Morrison: Poet (Includes Excerpts From: To Come Of Age/Black Polished Chrome, Latino Chrome/Angels & Sailors, Stoned Immaculate/The Movie)
  15. James Douglas Morrison: Poet (Includes Excerpts From: The Movie/The hitchhiker/Riders On The Storm, Jim Morrison: Cemetery Poem)
  16. James Douglas Morrison: Poet (Includes Excerpts From: Jim Morrison: Hitler/Wild Child/ An American Prayer, Curses, Invocations/Hour For Magic, A Feast Of Friends/The End)
Review: No One Here Gets Out Alive is more than a radio documentary of The Doors; it is a treasure and a must-have for any Doors collector. This is the first in-depth radio special for which all three Doors agreed to speak on the record about their whirlwind career from 1966 through Jim Morrison's death in 1971 and the mysterious circumstances under which he lived and died. Written and presented by veteran DJ Jim Ladd. 4CD Set with a 24-page booklet.
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out of stock $46.97
Cat: 81227 76732. Rel: 07 Jul 06
Rock (All)
  1. Hold On To Something
  2. Maybe It's You
  3. Just The Way It Is, Baby
  4. Someone
  5. Save Me
  6. New King
  7. If Not For Misery
  8. Follow You Down
  9. Johnny Have You Seen Her?
  10. Rolling Down The Hill
  11. I'll Be There For You (Theme From "Friends")
  12. Don't Hide Your Love
  13. April 29
  14. End Of The Beginning
  15. This House Is Not A Home
  16. Shakespeare's Tragedy
  17. Long Walk Back
  18. Summertime
  19. Too Late
  20. Lost Together
Review: Danny Wilde and Phil Solem formed The Rembrandts in Los Angeles in 1990, after meeting in the 80s pop/new wave band Great Buildings. While they'll always be known for the phenomenal smash 'I'll Be There For You' (Theme from Friends), they created a host of harmony-filled, literate, and guitar-driven songs including the soulful 'Just The Way It Is, Baby'. Those signature classics plus the favourites 'If Not For Misery', 'Save Me' and 'Johnny Have You Seen Her?' are among the 18 tracks featured here along with two defining Great Buildings cuts including the propulsive single 'Hold On To Something'.
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out of stock $9.18
Cat: 8122700152. Rel: 07 Jul 06
Rock (All)
  1. Blitzkrieg Bop
  2. Beat On The Brat
  3. Judy Is A Punk
  4. I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend
  5. Sheena Is A Punk Rocker
  6. Pinhead
  7. Commando
  8. Rockaway Beach
  9. We're A Happy Family
  10. Cretin Hop
  11. Teenage Lobotomy
  12. I Wanna Be Sedated
  13. I Just Want To Have Something To Do
  14. Rock 'N' Roll High School
  15. Baby, I Love You
  16. Do You Remember Rock 'N' Roll Radio?
  17. The KKK Took My Baby Away
  18. Outsider
  19. Pet Sematary
  20. Wart Hog
Review: Formed in Forest Hills, NY, in 1974, this quartet of quintessential punk forefathers blitzkrieged out of NYC's legendary CBGB scene and into world fame with three loud, lean, hard, and fast albums before the Sex Pistols even took their first shot. Besides basically inventing punk rock, Joey, Johnny, Dee Dee, and Tommy outlasted almost every one of their legions of followers, delivering their signature pop and garage-flavoured chainsaw sound for over 20 years, through a string of infamous albums and 2,263 concerts together. Spanning 1976-1995, this new collection features 20 classic tracks, including 'Sheena Is A Punk Rocker', 'Rockaway Beach', 'Rock 'N' Roll High School', 'I Wanna Be Sedated', 'Pet Seminary' and 'Blitzkrieg Bop'.
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Orbital (Green Album) (180 gram vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: 082564 6128747. Rel: 10 Aug 15
Techno
  1. The Moebis (7:00)
  2. Speed Freak (7:16)
  3. Macro Head (6:53)
  4. Oolaa (6:34)
  5. Desert Storm (11:43)
  6. Fahrenheit 303 (8:29)
  7. Steel Cube Idolatry (6:28)
  8. High Rise (8:20)
  9. Chime Live (5:57)
  10. Midnight Live (6:52)
  11. Belfast (8:04)
Review: The album which started it all and a timeless piece of UK rave history. Paul and Phil Hartnoll AKA Orbital originally released this opus in 1991 and is still talked about ever since. Now receiving a re-issue on a double LP of 180 gram vinyl. Featuring the hits "Chime (Live)", "Midnight (Live) " and "Belfast" and the Moby remix of "Speed Freak". Paving the way for future classics such as Orbital 2 (Brown Album) and Snivilisation, it still sounds as good as it did almost 25 years ago. Here's your opportunity to snap up a moment of history on wax. Don't miss your chance this time around!
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Orbital 2 (Brown Album) (180 gram vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: 082564 6128716. Rel: 10 Aug 15
Techno
  1. Time Becomes (1:43)
  2. Planet Of The Shapes (9:36)
  3. Lush 3-1 (5:40)
  4. Lush 3-2 (4:10)
  5. Impact (The Earth Is Burning) (10:47)
  6. Remind (7:54)
  7. Walk Now... (6:45)
  8. Monday (7:05)
  9. Halycon + On + On (9:18)
  10. Imput Out (2:11)
Review: This important album and piece of true electronic music history gets a re-issue; on 180 gram vinyl. What can be said for this album that has not been said already? Well, it is known for the classics "Halcyon (On & On)" and "Lush" and the brothers Paul and Phil Hartnoll are not just UK rave legends but pioneers of electronica that is for sure. Named after Greater London's orbital motorway, the M25, which was ground zero for the rave scene of the late eighties. This album is as seminal as it gets and a true zeitgeist of a moment in electronic music's history. Re-issues don't come much better than this!
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out of stock $38.80
Cat: 5144240112. Rel: 08 Dec 07
Rock (All)
  1. Kinky Afro
  2. God's Cop
  3. Donovan
  4. Grandbag's Funeral
  5. Loose Fit
  6. Dennis & Lois
  7. Bob's Yer Uncle
  8. Step On
  9. Holiday
  10. Harmony
  11. Steop On (Twisting My Melon mix - bonus track)
  12. Kinky Afro (7" Eruo mix - bonus track)
  13. Loose Fit (12" version - bonus track)
  14. Bob's Yer Uncle (12" version - bonus track)
  15. Tokoloshe Man (bonus track)
  16. Tart Tart (promo video)
  17. 24 Hour Party People (promo video)
  18. Lazyitis (promo video)
  19. Wrote For Luck (promo video)
  20. Hallelujah (promo video)
  21. Clap Your Hands (promo video)
  22. Step On (promo video)
  23. Kinky Afro (promo video)
  24. Loose Fit (promo video)
  25. Judge Fudge (promo video)
  26. Stinkin' Thinkin' (promo video)
Review: Happy Mondays first essayed their fusion of rock n roll, dance-club beats, hip-hop and funk on "Bummed", a giant leap onwards from their debut album "Squirrel And G-Man". The 1988 release of "Bummed" showed the group's sound had begun to gel. In particular, Shaun Ryder's incoherent bluster of non sequiturs, surreal imagery, and verbal threats came into its own. This Collector's Edition features the original album, now re-mastered and expanded on CD one with the addition of the "Rave On EP" plus a clutch of bonus B-sides and mixes. CD two is an entire disc of extended mixes such as the Vince Clarke remix of "WFL" and the rare promo-only "Deadstock" mix of "Hallelujah".
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out of stock $18.37
Cat: 8122799681. Rel: 27 Jul 07
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Raspberry Beret (extended remix)
  2. Hello (extended remix)
Review: 'Raspberry Beret' reissued in original picture sleeve in a series of Prince 12" reissues from Rhino.
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Champion Versions (180 gram vinyl 12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: 082564 6092093. Rel: 01 Sep 15
Indie
  1. Dry The Rain (6:04)
  2. I Know (4:00)
  3. B+A (6:36)
  4. Dogs Got A Bone (5:54)
Review: Although Regal themselves had reissued a number of The Beta Band originals not too long ago, Rhino has come through this Autumn with a new bunch of represses from the band's '90s output. Champion Versions, alongside The Patty Patty Sound, is one of the outfit's defining moments, not least because of "Dry The Rain", a song which is instantly recognizable in everyone's mind thanks to those lazy, wailing vocals, chuggy drums and melting trumpets. Although that tune is clearly the winner on this EP, "I Know" is equally creative thanks to its broken shreds of percussion and ethereal guitar, whereas "B+A" is a true stoner rock number, and "Dogs Got A Bone" showcases the band's inherent folk sensibilities. Gorgeous.
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Los Amigos Del Beta Bandidos (180 gram vinyl 12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: 082564 6091997. Rel: 01 Sep 15
Indie
  1. Push It Out (5:21)
  2. It's Over (3:53)
  3. Dr. Baker (4:06)
  4. Needles In My Eyes (4:39)
Review: 1998's Los Beta Bandidos was the perfect addition to The Beta Band's catalogue when it was released. While their previous two EP's played and experimented with stoner rock and folk, their third release was deeper, more traditionally musical but nonetheless coated in the band's quirky outsiderism. "Push It Out" contains the group's familiar vocals except that their surrounded by a jazzier framework, and the same can be said for "It's Over", a deep little number with a heavy folk twist. On the B-side, "Dr Baker" is a beatless hymn backed by a lonesome piano before being eaten up by delays and deformed guitar riffs, while "Needles In My Eyes" is a defining indie tune for the more pensive souls. Another smacker of a reissue; hats off.
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The Blue Hour (gatefold heavyweight vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: 019029 5642679. Rel: 21 Sep 18
Indie
  1. As One (4:07)
  2. Wastelands (5:33)
  3. Mistress (3:29)
  4. Beyond The Outskirts (4:09)
  5. Chalk Circles (1:56)
  6. Cold Hands (3:26)
  7. Life Is Golden (3:59)
  8. Roadkill (2:07)
  9. Tides (4:09)
  10. Don't Be Afraid If Nobody Loves You (4:32)
  11. Dead Bird (0:27)
  12. All The Wild Places (3:14)
  13. The Invisibles (4:09)
  14. Flytipping (6:41)
Review: Music to tingle the more spine chilling tendrils of your soul, this latest album by one of London's greatest ever bands, deliver a third and final instalment in a trilogy of LPs. It follows Bloodsport and Night Thoughts of 2013 and 2016 respectively, with this effort drawing on new adventures in field recordings, spoken word elements and choir. Romanticism and classical are abound too, like the dire classic that is "The Invisibles", helping bring the album to a reflective end, while others like "Life Is Golden" tenderly sways in waves of emotional support and melancholy. It is an cinematic listen through and through, with the Blair Witch beginnings of "Don't Be Afraid If Nobody Loves You" just the start.
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