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    Contraband

    Contraband is the critically acclaimed debut studio album by American Hard Rock band Velvet Revolver.


    The super group consists of former Guns N' Roses members Slash, Duff McKagan, and Matt Sorum, alongside Dave Kushner formerly of punk band Wasted Youth and Stone Temple Pilots vocalist Scott Weiland.


    Originally released in 2004 and long out of print, the beautiful re-issue by Music On Vinyl in 2014 celebrates the album's 10 year anniversary.

    LP1
    1. Sucker Train Blues
    2. Do It For The Kids
    3. Big Machine
    4. Illegal i Song
    5. Spectacle
    6. Fall To Pieces
    7. Headspace


    LP2
    1. Superhuman
    2. Set Me Free
    3. You Got No Right
    4. Slither
    5. Dirty Little Thing
    6. Loving The Alien

    Velvet Revolver
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    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
  • Contraband Contraband Quick View

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    Contraband

    Golden Earring have been together since 1961 and the current line-up includes two founding members George Kooymans (vocals and guitar) and Rinus Gerritsen (bass, keyboard) along with Barry Hay (vocals, guitar, flute and saxophone) a member since 1968 and Cesar Zuiderwijk (drums) a member since 1970.


    They have had over 40 hits and 30 albums, many achieving either gold or platinum status in their home country, The Netherlands.
    They are best known for their 1973 hit single 'Radar Love' and their 1982 single 'Twilight Zone'.


    The album 'Contraband' was originally released in 1976.
    It's the first album that features the former Cuby and the Blizzards blues guitarist Eelco Gelling which makes it a very guitar orientated album.
    The tour that follows leads them to London where their first live album (MOVLP048) was recorded.

    LP 1
    1 Bombay
    2 Sueleen
    3 Con Man


    LP 2
    1 Mad Love's Commin'
    2 Fightin' Windmills
    3 Faded Jeans
    4 Time's Up

    Golden Earring
    $28.99
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
  • The Basement Tapes Raw: The Bootleg Series Vol. 11 The Basement Tapes Raw: The Bootleg Series Vol. 11 Quick View

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    The Basement Tapes Raw: The Bootleg Series Vol. 11


    Special Deluxe LP-Set On 180-gram Vinyl


    Featuring 3 LPs Of 38 Highlights From Dylan's Legendary 1967 Sessions With The Band


    Compiled From Meticulously Restored Original Tapes


    Includes Exclusive 12x12'' Booklet With Extensive Liner Notes And Rare Photographs


    Also Includes All The Tracks On 2 CDs


    Compiled from meticulously restored original tapes - many found only recently - this three-LP set includes 38 highlights of Dylan's legendary 1967 recording sessions with members of his touring ensemble who would later achieve their own fame as The Band.


    Among Bob Dylan's many cultural milestones, the legendary Basement Tapes have long fascinated and enticed successive generations of musicians, fans and cultural critics alike. Having transformed music and culture during the early 1960s, Dylan reached unparalleled heights across 1965 and 1966 through the release of three historic albums, the groundbreaking watershed single ''Like A Rolling Stone,'' a controversial and legendary 'electric' performance at the 1965 Newport Folk Festival and wildly polarizing tours of the United States, Europe and the United Kingdom. Dylan's mercurial rise and prodigious outpouring of work during that decade came to an abrupt halt in July 1966 when he was reported to have been in a serious motorcycle accident in upstate New York.


    Recovering from his injuries and away from the public eye for the first time in years, Dylan ensconced himself, along with Robbie Robertson, Rick Danko, Richard Manuel, Garth Hudson and, later, Levon Helm, in the basement of a small house, dubbed ''Big Pink'' by the group, in West Saugerties, New York. This collective, which would come to be known as Bob Dylan and The Band, recorded more than a hundred songs over the next several months including traditional covers, wry and humorous ditties, off-the cuff performances and, most important, dozens of newly-written Bob Dylan songs, including future classics ''I Shall Be Released,'' ''The Mighty Quinn,'' ''This Wheel's On Fire'' and ''You Ain't Going Nowhere.''


    When rumors and rare acetates of some of these recordings began surfacing, it created a curiosity strong enough to fuel an entirely new segment of the music business: the bootleg record. In 1969, an album mysteriously titled Great White Wonder began showing up in record shops around the country, and Dylan's music from the summer of 1967 began seeping into the fabric of popular culture, penetrating the souls of music lovers everywhere. With each passing year, more and more fans sought out this rare contraband, desperate to hear this new music from the legendary Bob Dylan.


    The actual recordings, however, remained commercially unavailable until 1975, when Columbia Records released a scant 16 of them on The Basement Tapes album (that album also included eight new songs by The Band, without Dylan).


    A critical and popular success, The Basement Tapes went Top 10 in the US and UK, with John Rockwell, of The New York Times, calling it ''one of the greatest albums in the history of American popular music,'' Paul Nelson, in Rolling Stone, praising the tracks as ''the hardest, toughest, sweetest, saddest, funniest, wisest songs I know'' and the Washington Post noting that ''...Dylan has to rank as the single greatest artist modern American pop music has produced.'' Robert Christgau gave the album an A+ rating in the Village Voice, where it topped the annual Pazz & Jop Critics Poll.


    Musicians:

    Bob Dylan

    Robbie Robertson

    Rick Danko

    Richard Manuel

    Garth Hudson

    Levon Helm

    (Lead vocals are sung by Bob Dylan. Harmony and instrumentation are unknown because all involved were multi-instrumentalists and vocalists, and no records remain.)

    LP 1
    1. Open the Door, Homer (Restored version)
    2. Odds and Ends (Alternate version)
    3. Million Dollar Bash (Alternate version)
    4. One Too Many Mornings (Unreleased)
    5. I Don't Hurt Anymore (Unreleased) (written by Donald I Robertson and Walter E Rollins)
    6. Ain't No More Cane (Alternate version) (Traditional, arranged by Bob Dylan)
    7. Crash on the Levee (Restored version)
    8. Tears of Rage (Without overdubs) (written by Bob Dylan and Richard Manuel)
    9. Dress it up, Better Have it All (Unreleased)
    10. I'm Not There (Previously released)
    11. Johnny Todd (Unreleased) (Traditional, arranged by Bob Dylan)
    12. Too Much of Nothing (Alternate version)


    LP 2
    1. Quinn the Eskimo (Restored version)
    2. Get Your Rocks Off (Unreleased)
    3. Santa-Fe (Previously released)
    4. Silent Weekend (Unreleased)
    5. Clothes Line Saga (Restored version)
    6. Please, Mrs. Henry (Restored version)
    7. I Shall be Released (Restored version)
    8. You Ain't Goin' Nowhere (Alternate version)
    9. Lo and Behold! (Alternate version)
    10. Minstrel Boy (Previously released)
    11. Tiny Montgomery (Without overdubs)
    12. All You Have to do is Dream (Unreleased)
    13. Goin' to Acapulco (Without overdubs)
    14. 900 Miles from My Home (Unreleased) (Traditional, arranged by Bob Dylan)


    LP 3
    1. One for the Road (Unreleased)
    2. I'm Alright (Unreleased)
    3. Blowin' in the Wind (Unreleased)
    4. Apple Suckling Tree (Restored version)
    5. Nothing Was Delivered (Restored version)
    6. Folsom Prison Blues (Unreleased) (written by Johnny Cash)
    7. This Wheel's on Fire (Without overdubs) (written by Bob Dylan and Rick Danko)
    8. Yea! Heavy and a Bottle of Bread (Restored version)
    9. Don't Ya Tell Henry (Alternate version)
    10. Baby, Won't You be My Baby (Unreleased)
    11. Sign on the Cross (Unreleased)
    12. You Ain't Goin' Nowhere (Without overdubs)

    Bob Dylan
    $99.99
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP + 2 CD - 3 LPs Sealed Buy Now
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