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    Innervisions (Colored)

    Ranked 23/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.


    The sixteenth album by American musician Stevie Wonder, released August 3, 1973 on Motown Records; a landmark recording of his classic period.The nine tracks of Innervisions encompass a wide range of themes and issues: from drug abuse in Too High, through social anger in Living for the City, to love in the ballads All in Love is Fair and Golden Lady.


    As with many of Stevie Wonder's albums the lyrics, composition and production are almost entirely his own work, with the ARP synthesizer used prominently throughout the album. This instrument was a common motif among musicians of the time because of its ability to construct a complete sound environment. Wonder was the first black artist to experiment with this technology on a mass scale, and Innervisions was hugely influential on the subsequent future of commercial black music. He also played all or virtually all instruments on six of the album's nine tracks, making most of Innervisions a representative one-man band.

    1. Too High
    2. Visions
    3. Living For The City
    4. Golden Lady
    5. Higher Ground
    6. Jesus Children of America
    7. All In Love Is Fair
    8. Don't You Worry 'Bout A Thing
    9. He's Misstra Know-It-All
    Stevie Wonder
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    Colored Vinyl LP Reissue - Sealed Buy Now
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    Innervisions

    Ranked 23/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.


    The sixteenth album by American musician Stevie Wonder, released August 3, 1973 on Motown Records; a landmark recording of his "classic period".The nine tracks of Innervisions encompass a wide range of themes and issues: from drug abuse in "Too High," through social anger in "Living for the City," to love in the ballads "All in Love is Fair" and "Golden Lady."


    As with many of Stevie Wonder's albums the lyrics, composition and production are almost entirely his own work, with the ARP synthesizer used prominently throughout the album. This instrument was a common motif among musicians of the time because of its ability to construct a complete sound environment. Wonder was the first black artist to experiment with this technology on a mass scale, and Innervisions was hugely influential on the subsequent future of commercial black music. He also played all or virtually all instruments on six of the album's nine tracks, making most of Innervisions a representative one-man band.

    1. Too High
    2. Visions
    3. Living For The City
    4. Golden Lady
    5. Higher Ground
    6. Jesus Children of America
    7. All In Love Is Fair
    8. Don't You Worry 'Bout A Thing
    9. He's Misstra Know-It-All
    Stevie Wonder
    $14.99
    Vinyl LP Reissue - Sealed Buy Now
  • I Want To Live High I Want To Live High Quick View

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    I Want To Live High

    A debut album that never was, Rokk's I Want To Live High is that rare misshapen pearl clenched tightly between the shells of a music industry shucked long ago. Too soulful for its disco-era release date, the sextet's 1976 Tollie-issued 45 "Patience" (as featured in Eccentric Soul: Omnibus) tracked well in Rokk's hometown of Los Angeles, but was withdrawn before patience ran out with the spring rains of 1977. Tracked simultaneously was this entire shelved album full of Rokk's mid-tempo grooves, flute-lead funk, sultry female backing vocals, slap bass, chorus-drenched guitars, and lyrics about getting baked and eating baked apple pie. Jazzy, with plentiful slices of Broadway, Innervisions, and Rokk's own stoned brand of hornrock, had I Want To Live High ever gotten so high as actual record store shelves circa late 1977, it would've surely sobered up to the commercial onslaught of saturday night disco juggernauts and the pummeling forces of earth, wind, and fire.
    1. Patience
    2. You've Neen too Long
    3. I Want To Live High
    4. It Better Git Better
    5. Don't Be No Fool
    6. From Within
    7. Baby Please
    Rokk
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    Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
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    Uptown Special

    Uptown Special, the fourth album by producer-songwriter-musician Mark Ronson, is a tale of several cities, a wide range of collaborators, and a road trip deep into the American South. However the story of Ronson's latest project really starts back when he was New York's hottest DJ.


    In the late 1990s into the early 2000s the New York club scene was percolating with booming hip-hop and glitzy R&B. In those days before he emerged as a multi-talented musical force Ronson manned the turntables of many great parties. "It was a fun time to be playing music," he says. "At clubs like Cheetah you didn't have to play a hip hop record until 1a.m. You could play early '80s classics by Chaka Khan, Boz Scaggs and Michael Jackson and rock the crowd. I'd play Steely Dan's 'Black Cow' at 11:30 and it world work. Then, at 1am you'd play 'Hypnotize' by Biggie and the crowd would go wild. I come back to those memories."


    This mix of vintage R&B and pop with contemporary hip-hop is what made Ronson a star DJ. "I never get tired of hearing records like Earth, Wind & Fire's 'Can't Hide Love' next to 'Rock the Boat' by Aaliyah," says Ronson. "I wanted this record to feel like hearing that kind of musical mix on great New York club night."


    Uptown Special has all of the flavor of a night with Mark rocking the ones and twos with funk, soul, and psychedelic pop in a style that echoes classic productions by Quincy Jones and Steely Dan, and funneled through its creators sophisticated understanding of arrangement and melody. Of his three previous albums Mark feels like Uptown Special is closest in spirit to his 2003 debut, Here Comes the Fuzz, which came directly out his DJ experience. "The difference," Mark says "is I was reaching for things musically I wasn't quite ready to execute. With all the experience I've gained over the years I had the maturity and knowledge to really pull this together."


    The first single, "Uptown Funk," features GRAMMY® award-winning superstar Bruno Mars on vocals and drums, who sings with passion and plays drums with fire that will bring funk back on the radio. Joining Mars on the track is Mark on guitar, Mars' bassist Jamareo Artis and Jeff Brasker on keys. Mark produced Mars' massive hit single, "Locked Out of Heaven," where they developed a close musical kinship. "As a live performer no one out here now puts on a show like Bruno," says Mark. "This record has that same intensity. When you hear him sing you are always aware of how much he puts into a performance." Mark was so taken with the single's power that it inspired the album's title.


    Though Ronson is now based out of London, most of Uptown Special was recorded in the United States with stops in Los Angeles, Memphis and Mississippi. Most of the music was recorded with live musicians with Mark anchoring the sessions on guitar, while surrounded by a complimentary mix of gifted young players and R&B vets. Several musicians, who worked with Mark on his historic production of Amy Winehouse's multi-platinum Back To Black and his own breakthrough album, 2007's Version, rejoined him for this album, including drummer Homer Steinweiss, bassist Nick Movshan and guitarist Tommy Brenneck. Also making guest appearances on 'Uptown Special' are bassist Willie Weeks (who played on Stevie Wonder's classic Innervisions) guitarist Carlos Alomar (who created the familiar guitar riff on David Bowie's "Fame") and drummer Steve Jordan (member of the John Mayer Trio).


    Mark Ronson's Uptown Special is a unique blend. It's an album with a serious literary pedigree matched to down home greasy funk. It features a progressive pop vocalist from Australia and one reared in Mississippi, the spiritual root of American music. Hot young contemporary players dominate while some tracks are spiced with legendary musicians. It's a mix that reflects the musical taste and life experience of its creator.

    1. Uptown's First Finale
    2. Summer Breaking
    3. Feel Right
    4. Uptown Funk
    5. I Can't Lose
    6. Daffodils
    7. Crack In The Pearl
    8. In Case Of Fire
    9. Leaving Los Feliz
    10. Heavy And Rolling
    11. Crack In The Pearl pt. II
    Mark Ronson
    $21.99
    Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
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    Innervisions (Out Of Stock)

    Ranked 23/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.


    The sixteenth album by American musician Stevie Wonder, released August 3, 1973 on Motown Records; a landmark recording of his classic period.The nine tracks of Innervisions encompass a wide range of themes and issues: from drug abuse in Too High, through social anger in Living for the City, to love in the ballads All in Love is Fair and Golden Lady.


    As with many of Stevie Wonder's albums the lyrics, composition and production are almost entirely his own work, with the ARP synthesizer used prominently throughout the album. This instrument was a common motif among musicians of the time because of its ability to construct a complete sound environment. Wonder was the first black artist to experiment with this technology on a mass scale, and Innervisions was hugely influential on the subsequent future of commercial black music. He also played all or virtually all instruments on six of the album's nine tracks, making most of Innervisions a representative one-man band.

    1. Too High
    2. Visions
    3. Living For The City
    4. Golden Lady
    5. Higher Ground
    6. Jesus Children of America
    7. All In Love Is Fair
    8. Don't You Worry 'Bout A Thing
    9. He's Misstra Know-It-All
    Stevie Wonder
    $16.99
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP -Sealed Temporarily out of stock
  • Killing Me Softly (Out Of Stock) Killing Me Softly (Out Of Stock) Quick View

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    Killing Me Softly (Out Of Stock)

    Originally released in 1973, Roberta Flack's Killing Me Softly was nominated for the 1974 Grammy Award for Album of the Year, losing graciously to Stevie Wonder's Innervisions. The legendary Charles Fox and Norman Gimbel composed title track, Killing Me Softly With His Song, however, won three awards including Record of the Year, Song of the Year and Best Pop Vocal Performance, toppling the pop charts in the process.

    1. Killing Me Softly With His Song

    2. Jesse
    3. No Tears
    4. I'm The Girl
    5. River
    6. Conversation
    7. When You Smile
    8. Suzanne

    Roberta Flack
    $24.99
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Temporarily out of stock
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