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  • Don't Play That Song Don't Play That Song Quick View

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    Don't Play That Song

    Don't Play That Song is the third studio album by Ben E. King. The album was released in 1962 and was home to five notable singles: Stand by Me, Ecstasy, First Taste of Love, Here Comes The Night and the title track, Don't Play That Song. Ecstasy, Here Comes The Night, First Taste of Love, and Young Boy Blues, were all in the Billboard Hot 100 Chart in 1961/1962.


    This album, like its predecessors, dates from a period in which producers and engineers were figuring out what one could do with Soul and R&B in terms of engineering, and the sound separation and textures are nothing if not vibrant and alluring in their own right, separate from the music.

    1. Don't Play That Song (You Lied)
    2. Ecstasy
    3. On The Horizon
    4. Show Me The Way
    5. Here Comes The Night
    6. First Taste Of Love
    7. Stand By Me
    8. Yes
    9. Young Boy Blues
    10. The Hermit Of Misty Mountain
    11. I Promise Love
    12. Brace Yourself
    Ben E. King
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  • Stand By Me (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) Stand By Me (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) Quick View

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    Stand By Me (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

    1986 was a big year for a huge blockbuster movie called
    Stand By Me. The Rob Reiner classic truly made way for the
    hit soundtrack companion LP, which sailed to the top of both
    the sales and airplay charts with the classic re-charting hit
    title track Stand By Me by the late great Ben E. King.


    The classic movie featured some of the biggest songs
    honoring the birth of rock and roll including Buddy Holly's
    worldwide smash hit single Everyday as well as The Silhouettes smash #1 Get a Job and
    The Coasters' rock champion Yakety Yak.


    As with our continuing expansion into the original movie soundtrack genres, Friday
    Music is very proud to announce the first time 180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl release of
    Stand By Me - The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. This mega movie soundtrack
    rock classic comes with all of the great tunes you remember like Let the Good Times Roll
    by Shirley and Lee and Come Go With Me by The Del Vikings.


    This stunning album is mastered impeccably by Joe Reagoso (Elvis Presley/Sons of
    Anarchy/Brian Wilson) from the Atlantic Records tapes and includes the original LP sized
    artwork, not seen since its original 1986 release.


    Stand By Me The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Another amazing rock
    soundtrack classic from your friends at Friday Music


    Goodness Gracious, Great Balls Of Fire!

    1. Everyday (Buddy Holly)
    2. Let the Good Times Roll (Shirley and Lee)
    3. Come Go With Me (The Del Vikings)
    4. Whispering Bells (The Del Vikings)
    5. Get a Job (The Silhouettes)
    6. Lollipop (The Chordettes)
    7. Yakety Yak (The Coasters)
    8. Great Balls of Fire (Jerry Lee Lewis)
    9. Mr. Lee (The Bobbettes)
    10. Stand By Me (Ben E. King)
    Various Artists
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  • Anthology '59-'62 Anthology '59-'62 Quick View

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    Anthology '59-'62

    Phil Spector - Anthology '59-'62 on 2 180 Gram LPs


    Featuring: The Crystals, Gene Pitney, The Teddy Bears, Connie Francis, Ben E. King, Johnny Nash, The Blackwells, and many more

    LP1
    1. He's A Rebel feat. The Crystals
    2. Every Breath I Take feat. Gene Pitney
    3. Under The Moon Of Love feat. Curtis Lee
    4. Zip A Dee Doo Dah feat. Bob B. Soxx & the Blue Jeans
    5. Puddin' N' Tain feat. The Alley Cats
    6. Second Hand Love feat. Connie Francis
    7. To Know Him Is To Love Him feat. Teddy Bears
    8. Bumbershoot
    9. Anyone But You feat. Ruth Brown
    10. Pretty Little Angel Eyes feat. Curtis Lee
    11. First Taste Of Love feat. Ben E. King
    12. Gonna Git That Man feat. Connie Francis
    13. Oh Yeah, Maybe Baby feat. The Crystals
    14. Mr. Moon, Mr. Cupid And I feat. Gene Pitney
    15. Twist And Shout feat. The Top Notes
    16. Love, Love, Love feat. Arlene Smith
    17. Willy Boy


    LP2
    1. He Hit Me feat. The Crystals
    2. A World Of Tears feat. Johnny Nash
    3. Dream For Sale feat. Gene Pitney
    4. Til You'll Be Mine feat. Teddy Bears
    5. Beverley Jean feat. Curtis Lee
    6. Always Late feat. The Top Notes
    7. Young Boy Blues feat. Ben E. King
    8. A Kiss From Your Lips feat. Billy Storm
    9. I Really Do feat. Spector's Three
    10. Spanish Harlem feat. Ben E. King
    11 When You Dance feat. Billy Storm
    12. I Love How You Love Me feat. The Paris Sisters
    13. I feat. The Blackwells
    14. You Can Get Him feat. Frankenstein
    15. Shang Shang feat. The Creations
    16. I'm So Happy feat. The Ducanes
    17. Mr. Robin feat. Spector's Three
    18. Uptown

    Phil Spector
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    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
  • Spanish Harlem (Discontinued) (On Sale) Spanish Harlem (Discontinued) (On Sale) On Sale Quick View

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    Spanish Harlem (Discontinued) (On Sale)

    Spanish Harlem is the classic debut album by Soul icon Ben E. King, originally released in 1961. The album peaked at #57 in the Billboard 200 Charts.


    Latin flavours and sunny drums run all the way through his 12-song platter, which, at times, is more of a Pop record than a Soul record.


    King's version of "Besame Mucho" is a very successful reinterpretation in a Latin soul vein, and "Perfidia" never sounded better than it does in his hands.

    1. Amor
    2. Sway
    3. Come Closer To Me
    4. Perfidia
    5. Granada
    6. Sweet And Gentle
    7. Quizas, Quizas, Quizas (Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps)
    8. Frenesi
    9. Souvenir Of Mexico
    10. Besame Mucho
    11. Love Me, Love Me
    12. Spanish Harlem
    Ben E. King
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  • Pain In My Heart Pain In My Heart Quick View

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    Pain In My Heart

    This album works on so many different levels, that it's essential listening for at least three categories of buyer -- fans of Otis Redding and Stax Records (natch), and more general soul listeners, and also anyone serious about their devotion to the work of the Rolling Stones and any other British invasion bands that covered American soul. Pain In My Heart was practically a road map to Mick Jagger and any number of other would-be white soul shouters in the UK, not just on the title track but also numbers like the hard rocking Hey Hey Baby. For someone only 22 years old at the time of these sessions, and just two years past his first 45 rpm record, Redding exudes astonishing power, energy and boldness, though it's all packaged with greater restraint than his subsequent records did. This was the only LP that Redding recorded during the lifetime of his idol, Sam Cooke, and his version of You Send Me is the least stylized of any of his renditions of Cooke's songs -- later on, after Cooke's death, he would throw more of himself into it. The very fact that he was covering Cooke's soul classic shows an essential difference between Redding's and Cooke's early LPs; as Redding was on a soul label, no one tried to make him into a pop singer as that'd done at RCA with Cooke -- thus, he was running on all cylinders right out of the starting gate, though he wouldn't get really interesting or show his full depth until two albums later. But even covering Rufus Thomas's The Dog, Richard Berry's Louie Louie, Little Richard's Lucille, or Ben E. King's Stand By Me, he's already doing 70% of what we came to expect from Otis Redding in the years ahead -- his writing, apart from Security, These Arms Of Mine and That's What My Heart Needs, was still somewhat less than memorable, but this is still a first-rate debut.

    -All Music Guide
    1. Pain In My Heart
    2. The Dog
    3. Stand By Me
    4. Heh Heh Baby
    5. You Send Me
    6. I Need Your Lovin'
    7. These Arms Of Mine
    8. Louie Louie
    9. Something Is Worrying Me
    10. Security
    11. That's What My Heart Needs
    12. Lucille
    Otis Redding
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    London American Story

    Import


    The latest addition to One Day Music's London American series will not disappoint fans with a brand new vinyl version of our popular '1961 title. Featuring 32 great tracks with artists such as Ben. E King, The Miracles, Jan & Dean, The Drifters, Del Shannon, Roy Orbison and many more with all tracks digitally remastered for optimum listening.

    LP1
    1. Shop Around- Smokey Robinson & The Miracles
    2. (I Wanna) Love My Life Away- Gene Pitney
    3. Spanish Harlem- Ben E. King
    4. Pepe- Duane Eddy
    5. Lovey Dovey- Buddy Knox
    6. Riders In The Sky- The Ramrods
    7. Once In A While- The Chimes
    8. I Count The Tears- The Drifters
    9. Runaway- Del Shannon
    10. Gee Whiz (Look At His Eyes)- Carla Thomas
    11. Little Boy Sad- Johnny Burnette
    12. More Than I Can Say- Bobby Vee
    13. Some Kind Of Wonderful- The Drifters
    14. Pretty Little Angel Eyes- Curtis Lee
    15. That Lucky Old Sun- The Velvets
    16. A Hundred Pounds Of Clay- Gene McDaniels


    LP2
    1. Stand By Me- Ben E. King
    2. What I'd Say- Jerry Lee Lewis
    3. Mother-In-Law- Ernie K-Doe
    4. Running Scared- Roy Orbison
    5. Hello Mary Lou- Ricky Nelson
    6. Come On Over- The Strollers
    7. Weekend- Eddie Cochran
    8. I'm Gonna Knock On Your Door- Eddie Hodges
    9. It Keeps Rainin'- Fats Domino
    10. Under The Moon Of Love- Curtis Lee
    11. High Voltage- Johnny & The Hurricanes
    12. Heart & Soul- Jan & Dean
    13. Take Good Care Of My Baby- Bobby Vee
    14. Multiplication- Bobby Darin
    15. Without You- Johnny Tillotson
    16. Hats Of To Larry- Del Shannon

    Various Artists
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  • The Best Of King Curtis The Best Of King Curtis Quick View

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    The Best Of King Curtis

    Limited Anniversary Edition


    Pressed On 180 Gram Vinyl


    Mastered Impeccably From The Atco Records Stereophonic Tapes By Joe Reagoso


    King Curtis will be forever known as one of the leading voices of the 60's soul renaissance and truly one of the more championed musicians during his short lifetime. Thanks to today's respect and care given to his music by a whole new generation of musicians and fans, King Curtis forever reigns as one of soul's pioneers. Much like Ray Charles, Otis Redding, and other superstars before him, Curtis Owsley (King Curtis) had the necessary ingredients of stellar musicianship and songwriting acumen which successfully reached across all gospel, soul, rock and pop genres.


    King Curtis created some of his greatest sides ever for ATCO Records, where he spent his time on earth creating some of the most masterful and funkiest soul music ever waxed. In 1968, he was honored with his first greatest hits collection simply titled "The Best of King Curtis." This stunning array of his most memorable hit singles and stellar album staples continues to illustrate how important a force he was then and still is today, over four decades since!


    "The Best of King Curtis" features a heavy menu of his finest moments like the funk infused "Harper Valley P.T.A." and Stevie Wonder's "I Was Made To Love Her", the definitive balladry of Ben E. King's "Spanish Harlem", and of course his chart toppers "Ode To Billie Joe" "Soul Serenade" and a definitive tribute to his friend Otis Redding with "(Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay" which truly opened up a worldwide audience to this sorely missed genius.


    This 1968 Greatest Hits LP hasn't been available on vinyl for many decades... that is until now! Friday Music is very proud to announce for the first time ever the stunning 180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl release of The Best Of King Curtis. Mastered impeccably from the original ATCO Records tapes by Joe "Philly Soul" Reagoso at Friday Music Studios and Capitol Mastering in Hollywood, these classic tracks truly reach sonic heights in the audiophile vinyl domain.


    To further enhance your listening enjoyment, we have also included the original artwork elements by Loring Eutemey and the classic photo of King Curtis by Stephen Paley.


    The soul lives on here at the Friday Music label, and as with our recent original pioneering soul albums from Ray Charles, Aretha Franklin, Solomon Burke, Wilson Pickett, The Spinners and others, we feel this stunning King Curtis 180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl will be a much anticipated and welcomed release to all the soul, funk and rock audiophile vinyl fans.

    1. Harper Valley P.T.A
    2. Ode To Billy Joe
    3. Soul Serenade
    4. I Heard It Through The Grapevine
    5. (Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay
    6. Memphis Soul Stew
    7. Spanish Harlem
    8. Jump Back
    9. Something On Your Mind
    10. You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'
    11. Makin' Hey
    12. I Was Made To Love Her
    King Curtis
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  • Nineteen Eighty Eight Nineteen Eighty Eight Quick View

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    Nineteen Eighty Eight

    Pressed On Colored Vinyl


    "Nineteen Eighty Eight is a single LP reissue of Pennywise's early recordings, including the "A Word From The Wise" and "Wildcard" EPs as well as tracks from the "Soul Arch" compilation featuring covers of Black Flag's "Gimmie Gimmie Gimmie" and Ben E. King's "Stand By Me".

    1. Final Chapters
    2. Covers
    3. Depression
    4. No Way Out
    5. Gone
    6. Wild Card
    7. Maybes
    8. Stand By Me (Ben E King)
    9. Tomorrow
    10. Don't Feel Nothing
    11. Gimmie Gimmie Gimmie (Black Flag)
    Pennywise
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  • On Tour (On Sale) On Tour (On Sale) On Sale Quick View

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    On Tour (On Sale)

    Pressed at R.T.I.


    In the original liner notes for Chuck Jackson on Tour (1964), Bob King describes Jackson "a man with pent up talent." Consequently, this LP is the sound of that talent erupting all over the stage of the famed Apollo Theater, the same venue where Jackson had been discovered a few years earlier. Jackson leads the airtight band through raw, sweat-soaked versions of his hits "I Wake Up Crying" and "Any Day Now," giving the audience their money's worth and more. He also includes well-chosen covers, like Marvin Gaye's "Stubborn Kind of Fellow," Ben E. King's "Stand by Me" and the King of the Apollo himself, James Brown's "Please Please Please." In a true testament to his ability, he makes each of these songs his own, infusing every line with deep emotion. If you only know him from his smoothly-orchestrated studio recordings, Chuck Jackson on Tour will give you an entirely new take on this legendary performer. Working from the original Wand analog reels, Sundazed has mastered this explosive album in the rare true stereo mix for an immersive listening experience. Pressed at R.T.I. on gorgeous 180 gram vinyl, put this platter on the hi-fi and turn it UP!

    1. Billie Baby
    2. Any Other Way
    3. Any Day Now
    4. Please Please Please
    5. Stand By Me
    6. Subborn Kind Of Fellow
    7. I Wake Up Crying
    8. Beg Me
    9. I Will Never Turn My Back On You
    10. I Don't Want To Cry
    11. Chuck's Soul Brother's Twist
    Chuck Jackson
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    Average White Band

    First Time Friday Music 180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl


    Mastered Impeccably By Joe Reagoso At Friday Music & Capitol Mastering


    Their self-effacing name to the contrary, Average White Band was anything but - one of the few white groups to cross the color line and achieve success and credibility playing funk, with their tight, fiery sound also belying their Scottish heritage, evoking American R&B hotbeds like Detroit, Memphis, and Philadelphia instead. Singer/bassist Alan Gorrie, guitarists Hamish Stuart and Onnie McIntyre, tenor saxophonist Malcolm Duncan, keyboardist/saxophonist Roger Ball, and drummer Robbie McIntosh comprised the original Average White Band lineup. Veterans of numerous Scottish soul and jazz groups, they made their debut in 1973 as the opening act at Eric Clapton's Rainbow Theatre comeback gig, soon issuing their debut LP, Show Your Hand, to little notice. After adopting the abbreviated moniker AWB, a year later the band issued their self-titled sophomore effort, topping the American pop charts with the Arif Mardin-produced instrumental "Pick Up the Pieces." The record's mammoth success was nevertheless tempered by the September 23, 1974 death of McIntosh, who died at a Hollywood party after overdosing on heroin.


    Ex-Bloodstone drummer Steve Ferrone replaced McIntosh for AWB's third album, 1975's Cut the Cake, which scored a Top Ten hit with its title track as well as two other chart entries, "If I Ever Lose This Heaven" and "School Boy Crush." (Put It Where You Want It, issued later that same year, was simply a retitled and repackaged Show Your Hand.) With 1976's Soul Searching, the group reclaimed the full Average White Band name, scoring their final Top 40 hit with "Queen of My Soul." Following the live Person to Person, they issued Benny & Us, a collaboration with soul legend Ben E. King. However, after subsequent outings, including 1978's Warmer Communications, 1979's Feel No Fret, and 1980's Shine, failed to recapture the energy of AWB's peak, the group dissolved in 1982, with Ferrone later joining Duran Duran and Stuart recording with Paul McCartney. Gorrie, Ball, and McIntyre reformed Average White Band in 1989, tapping vocalist Alex Ligertwood for their comeback effort Aftershock. Oft-sampled by hip-hop producers throughout the 1990s, the group continued touring prior to releasing Soul Tattoo in 1996. The live album, Face to Face, followed three years later.

    1. You Got It
    2. Got The Love
    3. Pick Up The Pieces

    4. Person To Person

    5. Work To Do
    6. Nothing You Can Do

    7. Just Wanna Love You Tonight
    8. Keepin' It To Myself

    9. I Just Can't Give You Up

    10. There's Always Someone Waiting
    Average White Band
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    Chicken Skin Music (Pre-Order) (On Sale)


    Give Yourself Goosebumps: Ry Cooder's Cross-Cultural Chicken Skin Music Mixes Hawaiian, Gospel, Conjunto, Folk, and Blues Styles into a Visionary Roots-Music Tapestry


    Mastered from the Original Master Tapes, Pressed at RTI, and Strictly Limited to 3000 Numbered Copies: Natural-Sounding 180g Vinyl LP Features Defined Textures, Intricate Details, Ample Airiness


    The title of Ry Cooder's Chicken Skin Music - Hawaiian slang for goosebumps - serves as a direct, simple description of the album's emotional appeal. But it barely scratches the surface of a 1976 effort that triggered an interest in world music a decade before the term became commonplace and a genre into and of itself. Part of a series of inimitable mid-1970s records on which Cooder ignored traditional boundaries and instigated lasting cross-cultural communication, Chicken Skin Music blends gospel, Hawaiian, folk, blues, and Tex-Mex styles into a brilliant roots stew distinguished with virtuosic playing and inspired contextual surprises.


    Mastered from the original master tapes, pressed at RTI, and strictly limited to 3000 numbered copies, Mobile Fidelity's 180g vinyl LP of Chicken Skin Music brings the brilliant instrumental textures and lively tonalities to the fore like no prior analog edition. Graced with silent, black backgrounds and generous soundstages, this reissue particularly underscores the depth of Flaco Jimenez's accordion contributions. You'll hear the air flowing through the reeds, pressure resonating from the bellows, and the wide-spanning timbres emanating from the register stops.


    Equally transfixing are the lifelike manners in which the rich assortment of guitars come alive, with each note occupying its own space and portraying a character unique to the individual instrument, be it a slack-key, steel, or acoustic guitar. The result is a multi-detailed, organic-sounding musical tapestry that dazzles by way of beautiful interplay, unexpected dialogue, and connective eclecticism that proves music is indeed a common language when executed with a collaborative mindset, innovative exploration, and respectful authenticity - no easy feats, but achievements fully on display on Chicken Skin Music.


    Jimenez, now a legend that's performed with everyone from the Rolling Stones to Dr. John, remains one of the keys to Cooder being able to successfully carry out what the latter deemed a mutuality in music vision. Cooder first heard conjunto accordion fare on a Mexican radio station in his car and proceeded to teach himself the instrument while committing himself to embracing the then-local, regionalized style for the set that became Chicken Skin Music. Jimenez graces three tracks, including a ravishing interpretation of Ben E. King's Stand by Me transformed into a spiritual grounded by a norteno structure and a romantic take on Jim Reeves' He'll Have to Go recast with a bolero rhythm and saxophone-accordion duet.


    Chicken Skin Music isn't limited to South of the Border geography and tradition. Steel-guitarist and vocalist Gabby Pahinui and slack-key guitar great Atta Isaacs represent the 50th state on stripped-down renditions of Hank Snow's smash Yellow Roses and the wordless Chloe. Elsewhere, gospel singers team with Cooder on the Appalachian-tinted Always Lift Them Up, the midsection of which features the Hawaiian standard Kanaka Wai Wai.


    Cooder bookends everything with a pair of Leadbelly numbers - The Bourgeois Blues and Goodnight Irene - chosen after the headliner witnessed Jimenez and his band perform at a local dance. Given their ordering on the album, techniques they employ, and themes, the songs also further tighten the thematic connection the headliner makes with the standout guests. In many ways, Chicken Skin Music is the equivalent of Buena Vista Social Club more than 20 years before the latter emerged. Experience it the way Cooder and company meant it to be heard - in unparalleled fidelity.


    This title is not eligible for further discount.

    1. The Bourgeois Blues
    2. I Got Mine
    3. Always Lift Him Up/Kanaka Wai Wai
    4. He'll Have to Go
    5. Smack Dab in the Middle
    6. Stand by Me
    7. Yellow Roses
    8. Chlo-e
    9. Goodnight Irene
    Ry Cooder
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    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed PRE-ORDER Buy Now
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    Stand By Me Soundtrack (Out Of Stock)


    30th Anniversary 180 Gram Vinyl


    Thirty years ago, director Rob Reiner chose the picturesque town of Brownsville, Oregon as the filming location for his classic coming-of-age story, Stand By Me. The heart-warming movie was nominated for an Academy Award and has continued to be a favourite of both critics and fans around the world.


    The film, whose plot is based on Stephen King's novella The Body and title is derived from the Ben E. King's eponymous song, which plays over the opening and ending credits, tells the story of four boys in small town Oregon who go on a hike across the countryside over Labour Day weekend in 1959 to find the dead body of a missing child.


    The classic original soundtrack is crammed with early rock & roll hits (Yakety Yak, Lollipop & Great Balls of Fire o.a.) and still sounds very alive today, decades after they were originally recorded.

    1. Everyday (Buddy Holly)
    2. Let the Good Times Roll (Shirley and Lee)
    3. Come Go With Me (The Del Vikings)
    4. Whispering Bells (The Del Vikings)
    5. Get a Job (The Silhouettes)
    6. Lollipop (The Chordettes)
    7. Yakety Yak (The Coasters)
    8. Great Balls of Fire (Jerry Lee Lewis)
    9. Mr. Lee (The Bobbettes)
    10. Stand By Me (Ben E. King)
    Various Artists
    $36.99
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Temporarily out of stock
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