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James Brown Live At The Apollo'
Live At The ApolloRanked 24/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.
Live At The Apollo left no doubt in anyone's mind that James Brown was a live, dynamic performer without peers and that his talent could come across just as strongly on tape as in person. It was a watershed album, both for the 'hardest working man in show business' and for the burgeoning soul music movement. Reissued here on Vinyl LP by Universal Records.1. I'll Go Crazy
2. Try Me
4. I Don't Mind
5. Lost Someone
6. Medley: Please Please Please, You've Got The Power, I Found Someone, Why Do You Do Me, I Want You So Bad, I Love You, Yes I Do, Why Does Everything Happen To Me, Bewildered
7. Please Don't Go
8. Night Train$24.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Live At The Apollo Volume II (Half-Speed Master)Abbey Road Half-Speed Master
Pressed On 180 Gram Vinyl And Housed In A Six-Panel Gatefold Sleeve
Live At The Apollo, Volume II by James Brown and The Famous Flames was originally released in August 1968. A follow-up to the original 1963 album, Live at The Apollo, it too was recorded in at the Apollo Theater in Harlem, New York City.
The original album and the 1987 CD release were both edited versions of the show while the 2xCD Deluxe Edition released in 2001 featured a more expanded live set including a 19-minute version of "It's a Man's Man's Man's World.".
About These Abbey Road Half-Speed Masters:
These releases will offer a superior vinyl experience with Half-Speed Mastering from Abbey Road. They have been exclusively re-mastered at Half Speed to bring you a new level of depth and clarity.
This limited edition range, all pressed on 180-gram vinyl, come in deluxe packaging. The initial releases are all iconic deluxe edition titles from great Universal artists - Amy Winehouse, The Who, James Brown, Marvin Gaye and Mike Oldfield.
The albums were cut from high-resolution digital transfers from the best-known analogue tapes by Abbey Road mastering engineer Miles Showell, one of the foremost practitioners of this artisan process in the world today. Only minimal sympathetic equalization was applied to the transfers to keep everything as pure as possible. Also, as these are vinyl-only releases, Miles did not apply any digital limiting. This is added to almost all digital releases to make them appear to be loud and is responsible for the so-called "loudness war" and in almost every case is anything but natural and pure sounding.LP 1
1. Introduction to the James Brown Show (MC Frankie Crocker)
2. Think (Duet with Marva Whitney)
3. I Wanna Be Around
4. James Brown (Thanks)
5. That's Life
6. Kansas City
7. Sweet Soul Music (Bobby Byrd)
8. It's A Man's Man's World
1. Caravan (The James Brown Band feat. the J.B. Dancers)
2. Introduction to 'Star Time' (MC Frankie Crocker and Sad Sam)
3. Money Won't Change You/Out of Sight
4. Bring It Up
5. Try Me
6. Let Yourself Go
7. There Was A Time
8. I Feel All Right
1. Cold Sweat
2. Prisoner of Love
3. My Girl (instrumental interlude)
4. Maybe The Last Time
5. I Got You (I Feel Good)
6. Please, Please, Please
7. Bring It Up (Finale)$49.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 3 LPs Sealed Buy Now
Live At The Harlem Square ClubRanked 443/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.
Live at the Harlem Square Club is a classic live album by soul singer Sam Cooke, backed by
King Curtis, Clifton White and Cornell Dupree to name a few. Although recorded in 1963, the LP
first saw the light in 1985. Live at the Harlem Square Club easily stands the test of time next
to albums such as James Browns Live at the Apollo or Jackie Wilsons Live at the Copa.
This 180 grams audiophile edition contains the most recent remastered audio version (2005)
for the first time on vinyl ever!Side A
1 Soul Twist/Introduction
2 Feel It (Don't Fight It)
3 Chain Gang
5 It's All Right/For Sentimental Reasons
6 Twistin' The Night Away
1 Somebody Have Mercy
2 Bring It On Home To Me
3 Nothing Can Change This Love
4 Having A Party$39.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Live At Shea StadiumRecorded at New Yorks Shea Stadium in 1982, Live at Shea Stadium captures The Clash at the peak of its powers and on devastating form. Bristling with energy and attitude, Live at Shea Stadium is destined to feature alongside James Brown at the Apollo, The Who at Leeds and Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison as one of the greatest live recordings of all time!
The Clash, opening for The Who on their farewell U.S. tour played two nights at the legendary Shea Stadium (12th & 13th Oct 1982). They had recently released the Combat Rock album, and the singles Rock The Casbah and Should I Stay Or Should I Go were enjoying mass audiences via MTV and radio airplay. Despite being the support act, the New York Post reported there were as many Clash fans on those nights as Who fans.
Recorded by Glyn Johns, the album features the second nights performance in its entirety and shows the band at a fascinating and pivotal point in their career. They had risen from punk agitators to arena superstars and would break up less than a year later. One of the few remaining unreleased Clash treasures, the recordings have long been sought after by fans and were unearthed by the late Joe Strummer while packing for a move. This is a legendary Clash concert. More than an album, its an event.1. Kosmo Vinyl Introduction
2. London Calling
3. Police On My Back
4. Guns Of Brixton
5. Tommy Gun
6. The Magnificent Seven
7. Armagideon Time
8. The Magnificent Seven (return)
9. Rock The Casbah
10. Train In Vain
11. Career Opportunities
12. Spanish Bombs
14. English Civil War
15. Should I Stay Or Should I Go
16. I Fought The Law$19.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
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Live At Carnegie Hall (Awaiting Repress) (On Sale)Stupendous 1973 Concert Set Ranks Alongside James Brown's Live At The Apollo And B.B. King's Live At The Regal
Easygoing Portrait Of Down-home Soul Singer Coming Into His Own And Establishing An Indelible Bond Between Performer And Audience
Mastered From The Original Master Tapes: Mobile Fidelity Takes You Inside The Famed Venue And Lets You Be A Part Of The Event
On par with the most treasured concert albums of the 60s and 70s, Bill Withers' transformative Live at Carnegie Hall< is a forgotten classic--an easygoing portrait of a down-home soul artist coming into his own in front of an audience eager to share every moment of his brilliance. Soothing with subtlety, charming with calmness, and healing with a vocal timbre as relaxing as his grooves, Withers uses the stage to expand the range of favorites and engage in dialog with the crowd. Distinguished with sonics that restore the performances' balance and improve the soundstaging, this reissue takes you inside the venue.
Mastered from the original master tapes and pressed on 180g 2LP at RTI, Mobile Fidelity's 180g 2LP set of this extraordinary 1973 record provides a transparent view of Withers' relaxing timbre and the subtle grooves underlining his arrangements. Characteristics ranging from the tension of the guitars, funky bends of the bass, whisper-soft coo of the formal strings, airiness of the backing harmonies, and sharpness of the snare drum emerge with utmost clarity and lifelike presence.
Moreover, aspects that really make this concert document unique--the energetic crowd, Withers and his band's willingness to extend arrangements, and the undeniable communicative bond between the performer and his fans--are brought into fuller relief. While most live albums give you the sense of what transpired, Mobile Fidelity's reissue allows it to seem that what you're hearing and sensing is happening right now, in the moment. You are as much a participant as listener. For this reason and more, Live at Carnegie Hall ranks with James Brown's Live at the Apollo and B.B. King's Live at the Regal. No small claims, but the proof is in the grooves.
The antithesis of the sweaty R&B shouter that prowls the edge of stages, Withers deals in mellowness and vulnerability, qualities that come to fore. The songs here span soul, blues, and folk and often times, contain elements of all three styles. Live at Carnegie Hall also deals with serious subject matter with unflinching honesty and simple directness. Companionship, poverty, war, maturity, family, and love all crop up within Withers' tunes, yet the messages are never overly cumbersome or preachy. Credit goes to his easygoing style and relatable lyrics, not to mention a tight-as-a-vice band that on this night is simply on.
One more time? Withers asks in response to a request for another stanza during Use Me, and like the snap of fingers, his musicians are right back on cue, the crowd clapping along on every beat. This classic, as well as the instantly familiar Ain't No Sunshine, poignant Grandma's Hands, and all-time favorite Lean On Me are delivered with utmost soulfulness, passion, and electricity. Few, if any, live albums demonstrate such a bond between the crowd and artist as Live at Carnegie Hall. You'll definitely want to be there. Mobile Fidelity makes it happen.
This title is not eligible for further discount.1. Use Me
2. Friend of Mine
3. Ain't No Sunshine
4. Grandma's Hands
5. World Keeps Going Around
6. Let Me In Your Life
7. Better Off Dead
8. For My Friend
9. I Can't Write Left Handed
10. Lean on Me
11. Lonely Town, Lonely Street
12. Hope She'll Be Happier
13. Let Us Love
14. Harlem/Cold Baloney$49.99 $44.99 Save $5.00 (10%)180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed AWAITING REPRESS Buy Now
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Waiting For Columbus (On Sale)When you think about great live albums, several immediately come to mind. The Whos Live at Leeds. James Browns Live at the Apollo. The Allman Brothers Bands Live at Fillmore East. Kiss Alive! Nirvanas Unplugged. And, while it is sometimes unjustifiably forgotten, Little Feats Waiting for Columbus. The last essential album the rootsy California band made, it stands as the groups peak accomplishmenta staggering confluence of energetic performances, skilled improvisations, and thematic expansion.
Joined onstage by the Tower of Power horn section, Little Feat accentuates and remakes familiar arrangements, using the stage as a laboratory for unbridled creativity, New Orleans-spiced fun, and spontaneous interaction. Bursting with enthusiasm and excitement, Waiting for Columbus is truly a live album for the agesand one of a certain distinctive era.
The abundance of great music, the culture of drugs, and the politics of Richard Nixon, which had everyone polarized and created more of a sense of community, all contributed to this incredible feeling that somehow we were on a collective journey. Waiting for Columbus is one of the last parts of that journey, and among the last vestiges of that scene. Little Feat keyboardist Bill Payne, as told to Bud Scoppa
Amazingly, the set came together under less-than-ideal conditions. In the months leading up to the seven 1977 Washington D.C. and London concerts that were taped for the record, leader Lowell George had removed himself from the bands affairs. The chemistry was fractured, but the shows functioned as a molding agent. And did Little Feat ever respond. With every member of the sextet playing like their life depended on it, and a guest appearance by ex-Rolling Stone Mick Taylor, this is a must-have set.
This title is not eligible for further discount.Side One
1. Join The Band (Traditional) 1:50
2. Fat Man in the Bathtub (George) 4:50
3. All That You Dream (Barrère, Payne) 4:25
4. Oh Atlanta (Payne) 4:09
5. Old Folks' Boogie (Barrère, G. Barrère) 4:22
6. Time Loves a Hero (Barrère, Gradney, Payne) 4:20
7. Day or Night (Payne, F. Tate) 5:23
8. Mercenary Territory (George, E. George, Hayward) 4:27
9. Spanish Moon (George) 4:49
10. Dixie Chicken (George, Kibbee) 9:00
11. Tripe Face Boogie (Hayward, Payne) 7:02
12. Rocket in My Pocket (George) 3:42
13. Willin' (George) 4:42
14. Don't Bogart That Joint (E. Ingber, L. Wagner) 0:57
15. A Apolitical Blues (George) 3:41
16. Sailin' Shoes (George) 6:18
17. Feats Don't Fail Me Now (Barrère, George, Kibbee) 5:17$49.99 $44.99 Save $5.00 (10%)180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
Live At The Apollo (Colored) (Out Of Stock)Ranked 24/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.
Live At The Apollo left no doubt in anyone's mind that James Brown was a live, dynamic performer without peers and that his talent could come across just as strongly on tape as in person. It was a watershed album, both for the 'hardest working man in show business' and for the burgeoning soul music movement. Reissued here on Vinyl LP by Universal Records.I'll Go Crazy
I Don't Mind
Please, Please, Please
You've Got The Power
I Found Someone
Why Do You Do Me
I Want You So Bad
I Love You Yes I Do
Why Does Everything Happen To Me
Please Don't Go
Night Train$14.99Colored Vinyl LP - Sealed Temporarily out of stock
Live At The Apollo Volume 2 (Out Of Stock)1. INTRO
3. I WANNA BE AROUND
4. JAMES BROWN (THANKS)
5. THAT'S LIFE
6. KANSAS CITY
2. LET YOURSELF GO
3. THERE WAS A TIME
4. I FEEL ALL RIGHT
5. COLD SWEAT
1. IT MAY BE THE LAST TIME
2. (I GOT YOU) I FEEL GOOD
3. PRISONER OF LOVE
4. OUT OF SIGHT
5. TRY ME
6. BRING IT UP
1. IT'S A MAN'S, MAN'S MAN'S WORLD
2. LOST SOMEONE
3. PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE$19.99Vinyl LP Reissue - Sealed 2 LPs Temporarily out of stock