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  • Zen Food Zen Food Quick View

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    Zen Food

    Available For The First Time On 180 Gram 2 LP Vinyl.


    Originally released on November 22, 2010, Zen Food was Kevin's first release since he decided to move on from the Music Director position on NBC's Tonight Show with Jay Leno.


    Featuring acoustic versions of "Adoration," "Dirty Monk" and "Spider Monkey CafÉ," all exclusive to this vinyl release, the two LP set has been mastered at 96/24 bit and comes on 180 gram vinyl.


    Zen Food finds Eubanks in the company of his favorite players, most of whom can be found jamming with him at L.A.'s famed Baked Potato (a guitar paradise where Larry Carlton, Allan Holdsworth, Steve Lukather, Lee Ritenour etc. have performed).

    LP 1
    1. The Dancing Sea
    2. Spider Monkey CafÉ
    3. The Dirty Monk
    4. Adoration
    5. Los Angeles
    6. I Remember Loving You


    LP 2
    1. 6/8
    2. G.G.
    3. Offering
    4. Adoration [acoustic]
    5. The Dirty Monk [acoustic]
    6. Spider Monkey CafÉ [acoustic]

    Kevin Eubanks
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  • Dippin' Dippin' Quick View

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    Dippin'

    Lee Morgan, Harold Mabern, Larry Ridley and Billy Higgins join the great tenor saxophonist on this 1965 session featuring four Mobley originals, a beautiful ballad reading of I See Your Face Before Me and a terrific version of Recado Bossa Nova.


    Hank Mobley, tenor sax
    Lee Morgan, trumpet
    Harold Mabern, piano
    Larry Ridley, bass
    Billy Higgins, drums


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    1. The Dip
    2. Recado Bossa Nova
    3. The Break Through
    4. The Vamp
    5. I See Your Face Before Me
    6. Ballin'
    Hank Mobley
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    Seven Secrets

    The last recording of legendary jazz fusion pioneer Larry Coryell is the all new 11th House album "Seven Secrets. Guitarist Coryell assembled founding 11th House members Randy Brecker (trumpet), long-timer John Lee (bass), the addition of son Julian (guitar) and the late Alphonse Mouzon (drums) to bring the rock and funk back to jazz again with a batch of eleven powerhouse tracks.
    1. Alabama Rhap Corollary
    2. Mr. Miyake
    3. Dragon's Way

    4. The Philly Flash

    5. Molten Grace

    6. Seven Secrets
    7. The Dip

    8. Having Second Thoughts
    9. Some Funky Stuff

    10. Mudhen Blues
    11. Zodiac
    Larry Coryell's 11th House
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    Mother Ship

    Organist Larry Young's final Blue Note album, Mother Ship, was not released until 1980. Teamed up with tenor saxophonist Herbert Morgan, the great trumpeter Lee Morgan, and drummer Eddie Gladden, Young performs five of his originals, which range from the funky Street Scene and the samba Love Drops to a spacy Trip Merchant and the complex Visions. This highly original set does not deserve to be so obscure.
    1. Mother Ship

    2. Street Scene

    3. Visions
    4. Trip Merchant
    5. Love Drops
    Larry Young
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    13

    "Pimps whores pushers dopers gangsters and bottom of the human chain shit-heels. Now you're probably thinking I'm writing about major record companies and their unscrupulous executives and lawyers. You could be right but this time YOU'RE WRONG! I'm describing the characters in my album '13' Some I knew some I invented some are true some are false some I liked some I didn't. But they all had a story to tell and I told it none of 'em seem to care and I don't either have fun

    - Lee Hazlewood


    "He took my voice off the album and put his voice on the album. Now don't forget these were in my keys, it was my charts, it was my everything. Lee Hazlewood was not even remotely going to be considered as an artist for this album and that's the way he wanted it."

    - Larry Marks


    13 was never supposed to be a Lee Hazlewood album. It is perhaps the strangest record in one of the most varied discographies in music. The bombastic brass-heavy funk, deep blues and soul paired with Hazlewood's subterranean baritone would be best enjoyed with a tall Chivas in an off-strip seedy Vegas lounge. It also features one of Hazlewood's greatest lines ever "One week in San Francisco, existing on Nabisco, cookies and bad dreams, sad scenes and dodging paranoia."


    By 1972 Lee Hazlewood had settled in his new homeland of Sweden. His days were spent carousing, making movies with Torbjörn Axelman and releasing albums. To keep up his prolific recorded output, Lee began to mine the recently defunct LHI Records archives for material. One such gem, was an unreleased album by Larry Marks.


    In what became the final days of LHI, staff producer Larry Marks' sonic fingerprints were on nearly everything; songwriting, producing, arranging, and singing. His most profound contribution was steering the creative direction of the label towards soul and R&B, arranging the downright funky LHI singles by Barbara Randolph and Jon Christian. Larry's concept was to take Hazlewood's strongest compositions and arrange them in a soul vibe. An album was completed, but with no distribution in America and no funding, Lee had no vehicle to release Larry's record. The tapes were taken to Sweden, Larry's voice was wiped and Hazlewood's was dubbed .13 was born.

    1. You Look Like A Lady
    2. Tulsa Sunday
    3. Ten Or 11 Towns Ago
    4. Toocie And The River
    5. She Comes Running
    6. Rosacoke Street
    7. I Move Around
    8. And I Loved You Then
    9. Hej, Me I'm Riding
    10. Cold Hard Times
    11. Drums
    12. The Start
    13. Suzie
    Lee Hazlewood
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  • Trouble Is A Lonesome Town Trouble Is A Lonesome Town Quick View

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    Trouble Is A Lonesome Town

    THRIFTSTORE MASTERPIECE is a revolving music collective devoted to paying homage to the
    underdog records of years past. The debut album revisits Lee Hazlewood's 1963 lost classic Trouble
    Is A Lonesome Town and features Pete Yorn, Frank Black (Pixies), Isaac Brock (Modest Mouse),
    Courtney Taylor-Taylor (The Dandy Warhols), Eddie Argos (Art Brut), the late Larry Norman and more.


    In 1963, Lee Hazlewood released his debut album Trouble is a Lonesome Town to little fanfare. It
    was a collection of solo acoustic songs stitched together with a narrative that described life in a
    fictional small town inhabited by outlaws, thieves, and down-and-out laborers. The album was hokey,
    but hip. Corny, but cool. It evoked a bygone era of pastoral American towns and their sometimes seedy underbellies, somewhat like a darker version of the Andy Griffith Show or a more sinister
    Prairie Home Companion. More importantly, it was a fully realized concept album that predated
    the trend that is so common in today' s music world. Hazlewood had originally intended the songs
    as demos for his publisher, in hopes that other artists might someday record them. A half century
    later, the music collective known as THRIFTSTORE MASTERPIECE has done exactly that.


    Producer I band leader Charles Normal explains I first came across the record around the turn of the
    millennium while living in Oslo, Norway. I found it in a secondhand junk shop and it struck a nostalgic
    note somewhere within me. It made me homesick for the panoply of Americana I had experienced
    while slumming it in the Southwestern border towns and California desert whistle stops I drifted
    through when I first started playing music on the road. The record didn't leave my turntable for
    months. Years later, I started to envision the record as a more orchestrated statement and began
    recording the basic tracks in my studio.


    My brother, singer Larry Norman, lent his voice to a couple of the tracks, but when he passed away
    from a heart attack in 2008 I fell into a deep funk and put the project on the back burner. I couldn't
    bring myself to harmonize with his vocals ... it was just too emotional to deal with. It wasn't until much
    later, prompted in part by Isaac Brock, that I dusted off the tapes and hard drives and began to finish
    it. I went through my address book and started calling friends who happened to be in possession of
    great voices to see if they were interested in joining in.

    1. Long Black Train - featuring Frank Black
    2. Ugly Brown -featuring Larry Norman
    3. Son Of A Gun- featuring Frank Black
    4. We All Make The Flowers Grow- featuring Kristin Blix
    5. Run Boy Run - featuring Frank Black
    6. Six Feet Of Chain- featuring Pete Yorn
    7. The Railroad- featuring Isaac Brock
    8. Look At That Woman - featuring Courtney Taylor-Taylor
    9. Peculiar Guy- featuring Eddie Argos
    1 0. Trouble Is A Lonesome Town - featuring Larry Norman
    Thriftstore Masterpiece
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    Cornbread


    Remastered And Reissued As Part Of The Blue Note 75th Anniversary Vinyl Reissue Campaign


    Recorded in 1965, Cornbread by Lee Morgan features Jackie McLean, Hank Mobley, Herbie Hancock, Larry Ridley and Billy Higgins. Morgan was one of
    hard bop's greatest trumpeters who also performed with Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers. Cornbread will be reissued as part of an overall Blue Note
    75th anniversary vinyl reissue campaign spearheaded by current Blue Note Records President, Don Was.

    1. Cornbread
    2. Our Man Higgins
    3. Ceora
    4. Ill Wind
    5. Most Like Lee
    Lee Morgan
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  • Black Night Is Falling - Live at The Rising Sun Celebrity Jazz Club (Pre-Order) Black Night Is Falling - Live at The Rising Sun Celebrity Jazz Club (Pre-Order) Quick View

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    Black Night Is Falling - Live at The Rising Sun Celebrity Jazz Club (Pre-Order)

    Black Night Is Falling finds John Lee Hooker in fine voice and backed by a driving band composed of John Garcia on guitar, Steve Jones on bass, and Larry Wild Man Martin on drums, with the end result being an excellent example of Hooker at his best. Highlights include impressive romps through Hooker's signature tunes, Boom Boom, which simply blazes with raw energy here, and One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer, which is delivered as a wonderfully paced barroom cautionary tale. This is what the live Hooker sounded like with a sympathetic band behind him, a band that luckily wasn't afraid to push him a little. After the first song, Hooker says "I want to tell you one thing. This is the best blues club in town", and from it's opening in 1975, and for more than a decade later, The Rising Sun Celebrity Jazz Club brought the best blues, jazz, Cajun, and salsa players from around the world to Montreal.
    1. Chicken And Gravy
    2. It Serves Me Right To Suffer
    3. Boom Boom
    4. Black Night Is Falling
    5. One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer
    6. One Room Country Shack
    John Lee Hooker
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  • Konitz Meets Mulligan (Pure Pleasure) Konitz Meets Mulligan (Pure Pleasure) Quick View

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    Konitz Meets Mulligan (Pure Pleasure)

    O.K., so it's mono. And, for much of the recording, Mulligan's quartet seems simply to be backing Konitz. But hang on, this is a marvelous little gem. Mulligan on the bariton, Konitz on alto, and - yes - Chet Baker on trumpet. How can you pass this up?



    But this is more than an artifact. This is jazz at its spontaneous and inventive best. Konitz, freed from Stan Kenton, has all sorts of new ideas about these old standards. And, for many of the cuts, as Lee explores the possibilities, you can hear Mulligan purring far in the background (mono, remember), and, every once in a while, moving to the foreground to make a few statements of his own. These two jazz minds talk to each other, tease each other,support and - in a gentle way - challenge each other.



    And, of course, in a few cuts, Baker's sweet trumpet announces itself and joins the two sax players in their explorations. The now-unheralded but extremely deft Carson Smith takes on most of the bass responsibilities, and provides - along with Larry Bunker on drums - a solid stage for Baker, Mulligan, and Konitz to swing on.



    Mulligan, Konitz, and Baker, of course, went their separate ways, Konitz and Mulligan to long and brilliant careers, Baker to a briefer, tragic, but still shining career. This, then, was a moment in time, and is now your chance to catch these giants sharing a stage, playing for and with one another, showing admiration and affection for each other's talents and ideas.
    Mono - so what? This is a treasure from the vaults of Pacific Jazz.



    Musicians:



    • Lee Konitz (alto saxophone)

    • Gerry Mulligan (bassoon)

    • Chet Baker (trumpet)

    • Carson Smith (bass)

    • Joe Mandragon (bass)

    • Larry Bunker (drums)



    Recording: January 1953 at The Haig, Los Angeles, by Richard Bock

    Production: Richard Bock



    About Pure Pleasure



    At the beginning of the 90s, in the early days of audiophile vinyl re-releases, the situation was fairly straightforward. Companies such as DCC, Mobile Fidelity, Classic Records and, of course, Pure Pleasure all maintained a mutual, unwritten ethical code: we would only use analogue tapes to manufacture records.



    During the course of the present vinyl hype, many others have jumped on the bandwagon in the hope of securing a corner of the market. Very often they are not so ethical and use every imaginable source to master from: CDs, LPs, digital files, MP3s - or employed existent tools from the 80s and 90s for manufacturing.



    A digital delay is gladly used when cutting a lacquer disc because tape machines with an analogue delay have become quite rare and are therefore expensive. When cutting the lacquer, the audio signal is delayed by one LP revolution against the signal, which controls the cutter head, and for this a digital delay is very often employed. Of course, the resultant sound signal is completely digital and thus only as good as this delay.



    We should like to emphasize that Pure Pleasure Records on principle only uses the original master tape as the basis for the entirely analogue cutting of lacquer discs. In addition, the pressing tool is newly manufactured as a matter of principle.



    We only employ existing tools for manufacturing if an improved result is not forthcoming, e.g. the title Elvis Is Back, which was mastered by Steve Hoffman and Kevin Gray, or several titles from our Philips Classics series, which in any case Willem Makkee cut from the original masters at the Emil Berliner Studios in the 90s. It goes without saying that we only used the mother and that new tools were made for our production.



    To put it in a nutshell: we can ensure you that our releases are free from any kind of digital effects and that the lacquer discs are newly cut.



    Side One


    1. I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me
    2. Broadway
    3. Almost Like Being In Love
    4. Sextet
    5. Oh, Lady Be Good
    6. Bernie's Tune
    7. Oh, Lady Be Good (alternative version)


    Side Two


    1. Too Marvelous For Words
    2. Lover Man
    3. I'll Remember April
    4. These Foolish Things
    5. All The Things You Are

    Lee Konitz & Gerry Mulligan
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    Tim Buckley (On Sale)

    This self-titled work is Tim's debut album, originally released in 1966. Most of the songs were co-written by Buckley and Larry Beckett while still in high school. It also features lifelong friend and collaborator Lee Underwood as well as Van Dyke Parks. This mostly folk oriented album was the start of a incredibly versatile career in which he later incorporated Jazz, Psychedelia, Funk, Soul, Avant-garde.
    1. I Can't See You
    2. Wings
    3. Song Of The Magician
    4. Strange Street Affair Under Blue
    5. Valentine Melody
    6. Aren't You The Girl
    7. Song Slowly Song
    8. It Happens Every Time
    9. Song For Jainie
    10. Grief In My Soul
    11. She Is
    Tim Buckley
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  • Blues From The Gutter Blues From The Gutter Quick View

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    Blues From The Gutter

    The 1958 masterwork album of Champion Jack Dupree's long and prolific career. Cut in New York (in stereo!) with a blasting band that included saxist Pete Brown and guitarist Larry Dale, the Jerry Wexler-produced Atlantic collection provides eloquent testimony to Dupree's eternal place in the New Orleans blues and barrelhouse firmament. There's some decidedly down-in-the-alley subject matter -- Can't Kick the Habit, T.B. Blues, a revival of Junker's Blues -- along with the stomping Nasty Boogie and treatments of the ancient themes Stack-O-Lee and Frankie & Johnny.
    1. Strollin'
    2. T.B. Blues
    3. Can't Kick the Habit
    4. Evil Woman
    5. Nasty Boogie
    6. Junker Blues
    7. Bad Blood
    8. Goin' Down Slow
    9. Frankie and Johnny
    10. Stack-O-Lee
    Champion Jack Dupree
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    Blues From The Gutter (Colored Vinyl)

    Colored Vinyl


    The 1958 masterwork album of Champion Jack Dupree's long and prolific career. Cut in New York (in stereo!) with a blasting band that included saxist Pete Brown and guitarist Larry Dale, the Jerry Wexler-produced Atlantic collection provides eloquent testimony to Dupree's eternal place in the New Orleans blues and barrelhouse firmament. There's some decidedly down-in-the-alley subject matter -- Can't Kick the Habit, T.B. Blues, a revival of Junker's Blues -- along with the stomping Nasty Boogie and treatments of the ancient themes Stack-O-Lee and Frankie & Johnny.

    1. Strollin'
    2. T.B. Blues
    3. Can't Kick the Habit
    4. Evil Woman
    5. Nasty Boogie
    6. Junker Blues
    7. Bad Blood
    8. Goin' Down Slow
    9. Frankie and Johnny
    10. Stack-O-Lee
    Champion Jack Dupree
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    Blues From The Gutter (180 Gram)

    180 Gram Vinyl


    The 1958 masterwork album of Champion Jack Dupree's long and prolific career. Cut in New York (in stereo!) with a blasting band that included saxist Pete Brown and guitarist Larry Dale, the Jerry Wexler-produced Atlantic collection provides eloquent testimony to Dupree's eternal place in the New Orleans blues and barrelhouse firmament. There's some decidedly down-in-the-alley subject matter -- Can't Kick the Habit, T.B. Blues, a revival of Junker's Blues -- along with the stomping Nasty Boogie and treatments of the ancient themes Stack-O-Lee and Frankie & Johnny.

    1. Strollin'
    2. T.B. Blues
    3. Can't Kick the Habit
    4. Evil Woman
    5. Nasty Boogie
    6. Junker Blues
    7. Bad Blood
    8. Goin' Down Slow
    9. Frankie and Johnny
    10. Stack-O-Lee
    Champion Jack Dupree
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  • Don't Cry Now (On Sale) Don't Cry Now (On Sale) On Sale Quick View

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    Don't Cry Now (On Sale)

    After her breakthrough on Capitol Records with The Stone Poneys (Different Drum) plus some acclaimed solo releases, Linda Ronstadt jumped to David Geffens bourgeoning Asylum roster, joining The Eagles and Jackson Browne to form the genesis of the California Country-Rock sound.


    Dont Cry Now, her first for Asylum was released in 1973 and would help solidify Ronstadt as one of the premiere female pop vocalists for the next two decades. This is one of the most exceptional sounding female vocalist recordings of the 1970's.


    Various tracks were produced by John Boylan, J. D. Souther; and, for the first time in what would be a long and highly successful relationship, British musician (Peter & Gordon) Peter Asher. The album spent more than a year on the Billboard chart and peaked at No. 45. Featured hit singles are the Eagles' Desperado, Bonnie Raitts Love Has No Pride, Randy Newmans sly observation on slavery and southern culture Sail Away plus a nod to both Dusty Springfield and the Grand Ole Opry with Silver Threads and Golden Needles.


    Guest appearances include guitar work by both the Eagles Glenn Frey and super-sessionman Larry Carlton, plus harmonica by the Nitty Gritty Dirt Bands Jimmy Fadden, bass and drums by L.A.A-teamers Lee Sklar and Russ Kunkel respectively, plus last but certainly not least, the legendary Sneeky Pete adding his tasteful pedal steel throughout.


    This title is not eligible for further discount.

    1. I Can Almost See It
    2. Love Has No Pride
    3. Silver Threads And Golden Needles
    4. Desperado
    5. Don't Cry Now
    6. Sail Away
    7. Colorado
    8. The Fast One
    9. Everybody Loves A Winner
    10. I Believe In You
    Linda Ronstadt
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    Long Gone

    Analogue Productions is proud to present Long Gone, the debut album by the sensational new rock/ blues, guitarist/ singer-songwriter Jimmy D. Lane. While the listener will hear echoes of Jimi Hendrix and Stevie Ray Vaughan in Jimmy's playing, he is his own man, a fact recognized recently by Eric Clapton when, after playing together with Jimmy on a forthcoming tribute album to Jimmy's father, Jimmy Rogers, Clapton proclaimed Jimmy Lane an incredible guitarist. Indeed, the strongest influence on Jimmy's musical development has been his father.


    Long Gone features Jimmy Lane with bassist Freddie Crawford (also a veteran member of Jimmy Rogers band and Jimmy Lane's regular group) and legendary drummer Jim Keltner, who has performed and/or recorded with everyone from John Lennon and Bob Dylan to the Rolling Stones and Eric Clapton. Jimmy Lane's repertoire on Long Gone is made up of his own originals and covers by blues and rock greats including Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix, Jimmy Rogers, John Lee Hooker, Muddy Waters and Albert King.


    If anyone comes by the blues honestly, it's Jimmy D. Lane... his guitar playing is powerful and inspirational; you may find yourself playing air guitar for the first time in years... Lane gives us an electric guitar extravaganza of a type that was abundant 25-30 years ago but is nowadays rare.
    -- Larry Kay, FI Magazine


    Long Gone should move Jimmy D. Lane directly to the front ranks of those who will take the blues into the next century.
    -- Jim DeKoster, Living Blues

    1. Hear My Train A Comin'
    2. Obsession Babies
    3. Long Gone
    4. I Shall Be Released
    5. Shake, Shiver, Ache
    6. Rollin' Stone
    7. Whiskey
    8. Boom Boom
    9. White Tears
    10. Oh What A Feelin'
    11. California
    12. I'm In Love
    13. Tears Without A Shoulder
    Jimmy D. Lane
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  • My One And Only Thrill (Awaiting Repress) My One And Only Thrill (Awaiting Repress) Quick View

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    My One And Only Thrill (Awaiting Repress)

    Mastered by Bernie Grundman from the Original Analog Master Tapes & Pressed at RTI!

    Numbered Deluxe Laminated Gatefold Jackets!

    Only 2500 Numbered Limited Edition Copies Worldwide!


    In a musical landscape ripe with great singers (of which she is one) it is Melody's unique approach to songwriting that sets her apart. Although her songs often sound like jazz, they defy easy categorization. ...a touch of Peggy Lee's poetry, a hint of Norah Jones and Joni Mitchell...


    Melody's tunes already feel like classics, possessed of a timeless quality rare in today's pop music. The one non-original song here is her brilliant take on the Wizard of Oz chestnut Over the Rainbow. Two songs on this album were co-written with Grammy-Award winner Jesse Harris. This album achieves an air of sophistication due to the talents of producer Larry Klein (Grammy Album of the Year winner for Herbie Hancock's River) and the tasteful orchestrations of Vince Mendoza.


    Features:

    Numbered Deluxe Laminated Double Gatefold Jackets

    Only 2500 Numbered Limited Edition Copies Worldwide!

    Audiophile 180g, 45rpm Vinyl Double LP

    Pressed at RTI

    Mastered by Bernie Grundman from the Original Analog Master Tapes!


    This title is not eligible for discount.

    1. Baby I'm a Fool
    2. If the Stars Were Mine
    3. Who Will Comfort Me
    4. Your Heart Is as Black As Night
    5. Lover Undercover
    6. Our Love Is Easy
    7. Les Etoiles
    8. The Rain
    9. My One and Only Thrill
    10. Deep Within the Corner of My Mind
    11. Over the Rainbow
    Bonus Track:
    12. If the Stars Were Mine (Orchestral Version)
    Melody Gardot
    $54.99
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    ABC 1974 (Black Vinyl)

    The history of the ever mighty Rush goes back to 1968 when the group first got together, but it was not until 1974 that the band proper with Neal Peart joining Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson to make for the line-up we have known and loved ever since came to the fore.


    Peart joined just two weeks before Rushs first US tour and it was during this American jaunt that the guys played the infamous Agora Ballroom, Cleveland - a venue at which the group would go onto play numerous more shows during their formative years.


    At their 1974 booking however, radio station WMMS radio was on hand to broadcast the whole event across the airwaves and thus make this particular gig a somewhat notorious event as well as being Rushs very first radio broadcast


    The set played by the group that hot August evening in Americas dark industrial underbelly, includes songs from their debut album, Rush, and features two early versions of cuts from their sophomore record, Fly by Night


    The show also contained a cover of Larry Williams Bad Boy a 1950s rocker and no mistake - plus incredibly, two excellent tracks that have never been released on any previous Rush release; the super-rare Fancy Dancer and Garden Road, both composed in their very earliest incarnation before Neal Peart was on board


    The package is completed by three bonus tracks from their second US broadcast, back at the ABC a year later, and again courtesy of their by then long time champions, WMMR Cleveland


    All three songs from the 75 set originated on Fly By Night


    PREVIOUSLY UNAVAILABLE RECORDINGS OF SOME OF THE BIGGEST HITS

    LP1
    1. Finding My Way
    2. The Best I Can
    3. Need Some Love
    4. In The End
    5. Fancy Dancer
    6. In The Mood
    7. Bad Boy
    8. Here Again


    LP2
    9. Working Man
    10. Drum Solo
    11. What Youre Doing
    12. Garden Road
    13. Anthem
    14. Beneath, Between & Behind
    15. Fly By Night

    Rush
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  • Blues From The Gutter (Pure Pleasure) Blues From The Gutter (Pure Pleasure) Quick View

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    Blues From The Gutter (Pure Pleasure)

    This is the 1958 masterwork album of Champion Jack Dupree's long and prolific career. Cut in New York with a blasting band that included saxist Pete Brown and guitarist Larry Dale, the Jerry Wexler-produced Atlantic collection provides eloquent testimony to Dupree's eternal place in the New Orleans blues and barrelhouse firmament. There's some decidedly down-in-the-alley subject matter -- Can't Kick the Habit, T.B. Blues, a revival of Junker's Blues -- along with the stomping Nasty Boogie and treatments of the ancient themes Stack-O-Lee and Frankie & Johnny.



    Musicians:



    • Champion Jack Dupree (piano, vocal)

    • Pete Brown (alto saxophone)

    • Ennis Lowery (guitar)

    • Wendell Marshall (bass)

    • Willie Jones (drums)



    Recording: 1958 in New York by Tom Dowd
    Production: Jerry Wexler




    About Pure Pleasure



    At the beginning of the 90s, in the early days of audiophile vinyl re-releases, the situation was fairly straightforward. Companies such as DCC, Mobile Fidelity, Classic Records and, of course, Pure Pleasure all maintained a mutual, unwritten ethical code: we would only use analogue tapes to manufacture records.



    During the course of the present vinyl hype, many others have jumped on the bandwagon in the hope of securing a corner of the market. Very often they are not so ethical and use every imaginable source to master from: CDs, LPs, digital files, MP3s - or employed existent tools from the 80s and 90s for manufacturing.



    A digital delay is gladly used when cutting a lacquer disc because tape machines with an analogue delay have become quite rare and are therefore expensive. When cutting the lacquer, the audio signal is delayed by one LP revolution against the signal, which controls the cutter head, and for this a digital delay is very often employed. Of course, the resultant sound signal is completely digital and thus only as good as this delay.



    We should like to emphasize that Pure Pleasure Records on principle only uses the original master tape as the basis for the entirely analogue cutting of lacquer discs. In addition, the pressing tool is newly manufactured as a matter of principle.



    We only employ existing tools for manufacturing if an improved result is not forthcoming, e.g. the title Elvis Is Back, which was mastered by Steve Hoffman and Kevin Gray, or several titles from our Philips Classics series, which in any case Willem Makkee cut from the original masters at the Emil Berliner Studios in the 90s. It goes without saying that we only used the mother and that new tools were made for our production.



    To put it in a nutshell: we can ensure you that our releases are free from any kind of digital effects and that the lacquer discs are newly cut.



    1. Strollin'
    2. T.B. Blues
    3. Can't Kick the Habit
    4. Evil Woman
    5. Nasty Boogie
    6. Junker Blues
    7. Bad Blood
    8. Goin' Down Slow
    9. Frankie and Johnny
    10. Stack-O-Lee
    Champion Jack Dupree
    $34.99
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
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