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    Let It Be

    Ranked 86/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.


    Pressed on 180 gram Vinyl



    Sourced from original master tapes


    Cut at the legendary Abbey Road Studios!


    Let It Be is the last album to be recorded and released by The Beatles. The band had broken up before the album was released and it was initially met with mixed feelings. Many tried to blame Phil Spectors involvement, but the accompanying film showed the band members friction as a leading cause to the albums incoherence. Despite friction and the groups break up, the album earned the top spot on both the American and British record charts and many still consider it a classic.


    A team consisting of some of the best producers and engineers in the recording industry were brought together and would spend 4 long years mixing and mastering with some of the most state of the art recording equipment. Treating these records much like a science experiment, engineers ran extensive tests before copying the analog master tapes over into a digital format using 24-bit/192 kHz resolution, and carefully removing clicks, vocal pops and poor edits. Never altering the original songs themselves, just polishing them up a bit.

    1. Two of Us
    2. Dig a Pony
    3. Across the Universe
    4. I Me Mine
    5. Dig It
    6. Let It Be
    7. Maggie Mae
    8. I've Got a Feeling
    9. One After 909
    10. The Long and Winding Road
    11. For You Blue
    12. Get Back
    The Beatles
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    Let It Rock

    "Crawling From The Wreckage Of A Saturday Night," the debut
    single from LET IT ROCK, The Connection's brand new full-length
    LP, is the band's THIRD "Coolest Song in the World" in under a
    year on Little Steven's Underground Garage. It's a kick-ass rocker
    about a scene we all know very well: Where's my wallet, where's my keys? / I can't understand why I do these things /
    My head is pounding my throat is dry / I'm crawling from the wreckage of a Saturday night
    The Underground Garage is also putting LET IT ROCK's swaggering "Girls In This Town" into heavy rotation, declaring,
    "The production on these songs is great; I mean fantastically great. These guys get it." High praise indeed from the driving
    force behind America's hippest radio station.


    The Rolling Stones took their name from a Muddy Waters song. The Connection, New England's newest hit-makers, have carried on the tradition, naming the band for a Stones rocker to bring fans across the world a fresh take on the best of the
    British Invasion sound. LET IT ROCK features a dozen original Marino/Palmer power-pop/rock gems. From the
    breakneck-paced opener, "Wrong Side of 25," to the seductive melody and breathtakingly cool guitar solo of
    Beatles-influenced She's A Keeper, to the driving, Exile-era power of "Girls In This Town" -- "There's so many girls in this
    town/You can't let just one hold you down"-- to the infectious harmonies and pure, propulsive beauty of The Way Love
    Should Be,


    The Connection bring passion, melodic hooks, and more than a few very cool surprises to this rip-roaring rock
    & roll record.
    Yes, LET IT ROCK recaptures the sheer exuberance of the British Invasion, but make no mistake, The Connection sound
    like The Connection and no one else. LET IT ROCK is both familiar and fresh, timeless and new, an album of feel-good,
    time-to-dance, original rock & roll of the highest quality. Just a taste of the slide guitar driven screamer, "Thinking Abou t
    Leaving," and you'll be thinking about leaving LET IT ROCK on the turntable full-time!

    1. Wrong Side Of 25
    2. She's A Keeper
    3. The Way Love Should Be
    4. Crawling From The Wreckage (Of A Saturday Night)
    5. Nothing About Me
    6. Susan
    7. Thinking About Leaving
    8. Girls In This Town
    9. Haze
    10. Day By Day
    11. Not How It's Gonna Be
    12. Connection
    13. Melinda
    14. Let It Rock
    The Connection
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    Let It Be...Naked

    Import


    12 album and a 7 containing Fly On The Wall material offering a unique insight into The Beatles at work in January 1969

    1. Get Back
    2. Dig A Pony
    3. For You Blue
    4. The Long And Winding Road
    5. Two Of Us
    6. I've Got A Feeling
    7. One After 909
    8. Don't Let Me Down
    9. I Me Mine
    10. Across The Universe
    11. Let It Be


    Fly On The Wall - 7

    The Beatles
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    The Beatles 1967-1970


    All Analogue Master From The Original Master Tapes


    Picking up where 1962-1966 left off, the double-album compilation 1967-1970, commonly called The Blue Album, covers the Beatles' later records, from Sgt. Pepper's through Let It Be. Like The Red Album, The Blue Album was released in the wake of a pair of widely advertised quadruple-LP bootlegs, Alpha Omega, Vols. 1-2: The Story of the Beatles, which had appeared early in 1973. And like its companion volume, this set contains a mixture of hits, including singles like Lady Madonna, Hey Jude, and Revolution -- which had originally appeared only as 45s -- plus important album tracks like Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds, A Day in the Life, While My Guitar Gently Weeps, and Come Together, as well as orphaned tracks such as the single versions of Let It Be and Get Back, which had never been on any LP before. The first two sides of the original double-LP edition carry listeners through the highlights of the psychedelic era, starting with Strawberry Fields Forever and Penny Lane and up through Magical Mystery Tour, before returning to rock & roll territory on Lady Madonna, Hey Jude, and Revolution. The second LP skims three of the more popular tracks off of the sprawling White Album (aka The Beatles) and moves into the late singles (The Ballad of John and Yoko, Old Brown Shoe, Let It Be), plus single and album highlights from Abbey Road and Let It Be. As a prÉcis of the group's final 36 months, it's all mightily impressive, even if 1967-1970 misses several great songs. But like its predecessor, this set does capture the essence (if not the full range) of the Beatles' later recordings.


    - Bruce Eder (All Music Guide)

    LP 1
    1. Strawberry Fields Forever
    2. Penny Lane
    3. Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band

    4. With A Little Help From My Friends
    5. Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds
    6. A Day In The Life
    7. All You Need Is Love
    8. I Am The Walrus
    9. Hello Goodbye
    10. The Fool On The Hill

    11. Magical Mystery Tour
    12. Lady Madonna
    13. Hey Jude
    14. Revolution


    LP 2
    1. Back In The U.S.S.R.
    2. While My Guitar Gently Weeps
    3. Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da
    4. Get Back
    5. Don't Let Me Down

    6. The Ballad Of John & Yoko

    7. Old Brown Shoe
    8. Here Comes The Sun

    9. Come Together
    10. Something
    11. Octopus's Garden
    12. Let It Be
    13. Across The Universe
    14. The Long And Winding Road

    The Beatles
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  • Let There Be Rock Let There Be Rock Quick View

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    Let There Be Rock

    1. Go Down

    2. Dog Eat Dog
    3. Let There Be Rock

    4. Bad Boy Boogie

    5. Problem Child

    6. Overdose

    7. Hell Ain't a Bad Place to Be

    8. Whole Lotta Rosie
    AC / DC
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  • Let It Be (Awaiting Repress) Let It Be (Awaiting Repress) Quick View

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    Let It Be (Awaiting Repress)

    Let It Be looms large among '80s rock albums, generally regarded as one of the greatest records of the
    decade. Nothing about Let It Be is clean; it's all a ragged mess, careening wildly from dirty jokes to wounded ballads,
    from utter throwaways to songs haunting in their power. This blend of bluster and vulnerability is why the
    Replacements were perhaps the most beloved band of their era, as they captured all the chaos and confusion of
    coming of age in the midst of Reaganomics, and Let It Be is nothing if not a coming-of-age album, perched precisely
    between adolescence and adulthood. There's just enough angst and tastelessness to have the album speak to
    teenagers of all generations and just enough complicated emotion to make this music resonate with listeners long past
    those awkward years, whether they grew up with this album or not.
    1. I Will Dare
    2. Favorite Thing
    3. We're Comin' Out
    4. Tommy Gets His Tonsils Out
    5. Androgynous
    6. Black Diamond
    7. Unsatisfied
    8. Seen Your Video
    9. Gary's Got A Boner
    10. Sixteen Blue
    11. Answering Machine
    The Replacements
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    Don't Want To Let You Down

    Sharon Van Etten has never needed much room to make a grand statement. With four albums during the
    last six years, she's become one of music's most astute new cartographers of the heart, able to capture
    emotional trials and triumphs with incisive lines and a voice that loses nothing in the translation and
    transmission of feelings. Her second record, epic, needed only seven tracks to live up to its title. 2012's
    Tramp and last year's Are We There, went longer, but Van Etten managed still to squeeze enormous
    sentiments into especially small spaces. From start to rising stardom, Van Etten has forever understood the
    impact of economy


    It should come as no surprise, then, that the five-song EP I Don't Want to Let You Down offers documents
    of surrender and disappointment, admission and longing in only 22 minutes. Produced by Van Etten and
    Stewart Lerman, who also helmed Are We There, these songs are as sophisticated as anything Van Etten has
    ever done. Supported by a string section during "I Always Fall Apart," Van Etten's voice rises alongside her
    piano. Her prismatic harmonies betray the terror of the song's central admission and one of the new lyrical
    cornerstones of her catalogue: "You know I always fall apart/It's not my fault/It's just my flaw/It's who I am."
    During the title track, she slowly pushes her voice past an introductory murmur, as if scanning her
    surroundings for the resolve to be stronger and more steadfast than she knows she has been. Building across
    four minutes, the desperation of the title is expressed through guitars that get bigger, harmonies that get
    broader. The chorus is a sing-along commandment, an indelible promise Van Etten makes to be better. The
    War on Drugs' Adam Granduciel and David Hartley join Antibalas' Stuart Bogie, Peter Broderick and
    Heather Woods-Broderick for "Pay My Debts." The longest song here, it's a cinematic number that smolders
    like shoegaze before climaxing into an inescapable seesaw refrain.


    The EP ends with a live rendition of "Tell Me." A demo from Tramp, but backed here by her four-piece
    touring band, the tune becomes a kind of battle cry for respect and a charged pronouncement of Van Etten's
    cultivated powers. It's a map of the singer's progression from an acoustic songwriter to a bona fide
    bandleader, a reminder of the poignancy and efficiency her work has long paired.

    1. I Don't Want To Let You Down
    2. Just Like Blood
    3. Always Fall Apart
    4. Pay My Debts
    5. Tell Me [Live]
    Sharon Van Etten
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    Let There Be Rock

    1. Go Down

    2. Dog Eat Dog
    3. Let There Be Rock

    4. Bad Boy Boogie

    5. Problem Child

    6. Overdose

    7. Hell Ain't a Bad Place to Be

    8. Whole Lotta Rosie
    AC / DC
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    Let There Be Blood (Awaiting Repress)

    1. Bonded By Blood
    2. Exodus
    3. And Then There Were None
    4. A Lesson In Violence
    5. Metal Command
    6. Piranha
    7. No Love
    8. Deliver Us To Evil
    9. Strike Of The Beast
    10. Hell's Breath
    Exodus
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    Let's Be Still

    It wasn't that long ago that the members of Seattle's The Head and the Heart were busking on street corners, strumming their acoustic guitars, stomping their feet and singing in harmony as they attempted to attract the attention of passersby. After capturing that unbridled energy on the band's 2011 debut album for hometown label Sub Pop, the band went from playing open mic nights to selling out headlining shows in prestigious venues. The album became one of Sub Pop's best-selling debut releases in years. And, slowly but surely, ideas began to form for the band's second album, imbued with the experiences of traveling the world and playing to ever-growing crowds.


    The Head and the Heart's new album, Let's Be Still, is a snapshot of a band that didn't exist four years ago. Virginia native Jonathan Russell and California transplant Josiah Johnson formed the core songwriting partnership, which was rounded out by drummer Tyler Williams, keyboardist Kenny Hensley, vocalist/violinist Charity Rose Thielen and bassist Chris Zasche, who'd met Russell and Johnson while tending bar at an open mic they frequented. The nascent group dove headrst into writing, recording and performing, and even moved into the same house.


    After the breakaway success of their debut and countless shows on the road, the band is in a distinctly different situation. "There is a condence gained from having such an amazing fan base," says group member Jonathan Russell. "You start to trust yourself more. When we were busking, we were lling so much space to keep the listener from walking away." Says Johnson, "We wanted to write songs that felt bigger, and didn't need to be so frantic. I think for the most part we wanted to record an album that sounds like the way we play now."


    Adds Russell, "Has there been an impact on our lives since we have become full-time musicians? Sure. On one hand, it's everything you have ever wanted. On the other hand, you start to miss the things you've lost and had to give up. And that's just life. My job is to write about it."


    Let's Be Still was recorded at Seattle's Studio Litho with assistance from prior production collaborator Shawn Simmons, and mixed in Bridgeport, Conn., with Peter Katis, revered for his work with bands such as the National, Interpol and the Swell Season.

    1. Homecoming Heroes
    2. Another Story
    3. Springtime
    4. Summertime
    5. Josh McBride
    6. Shake
    7. Cruel
    8. Let's Be Still
    9. My Friends
    10. 10,000 Weight in Gold
    11. Fire/Fear
    12. These Days Are Numbered
    13. Gone
    Head and the Heart
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    Let's Be Ready

    The Wooden Sky have announced their highly anticipated fourth album Lets Be Ready, out via Nevado Music. This release marks the start of new beginnings, as the tireless roots rockers conceived the album amidst a time of many changes while they parted ways with one of the groups founding members. In order to give each song a unique perspective and to encapsulate their raw live energy, the band, alongside producer Chris Stringer (Timbre Timbre, Ohbijou) decided to record the album across various studios throughout Toronto.


    The album opens with the up beat track "Saturday Night" which combines shimmering guitar melodies over heart heavy lyrics, while "Baby Hold On" offers up the bands stylistic dexterity as it shifts from folk to country and back again while singer Gavin Gardiner's soulful draw is supported by the bands gospel-like backing harmonies. "Shake For Me" starts off slowly and continues to build as it finally peaks with the last minute swirling into a wash of guitars and drums. The first single "Maybe It's No Secret" showcases the bands raw live energy while lyrically dealing with the hardships and nomadic lifestyle of being in a touring band.


    The Wooden Sky draw on both thoughts of the past as well as what lies ahead as Lets Be Ready marks a step forward for the band.

    1. Saturday Night
    2. Our Hearts Were Young
    3. Baby, Hold On
    4. When the Day Is Fresh and the Light Is New
    5. Kansas City
    6. Write Them Down
    7. Maybe It's No Secret
    8. Shake For Me
    9. Let's Be Ready
    10. Don't You Worry About a Thing
    Wooden Sky
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    Let Us Prey

    Back In Print After 7 Years


    Colored Vinyl


    Considered by many to literally be 'The Heaviest Band In The World', Electric Wizard is more like a cult than a band. The Wizard conjure up visions of Alistair Crowley having a black trip with HP Lovecraft, whilst gazing at the most far out biker flicks ever created. This, combined with the crustiest gravity defying Doom riffs and drones, Electric Wizard have one mission: To Destroy!

    LP1
    1. ...A Chosen Few
    2. We, The Undead
    3. Master Of Alchemy: I. House Of Whipcord / II. The Black Drug
    4. The Outsider


    LP2
    1. Night Of The Shape
    2. Priestess Of Mars
    3. Mother Of Serpents

    Electric Wizard
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    Won't Let You Down

    In the 12 years she has toured the world as a member of the soul-pop sensation Lake Street Dive, Bridget Kearney has fine-tuned many things -- voracious collaborating, acclaimed bass playing, and harmonizing to name a few. But the skill she has honed most obsessively is songwriting. While still a student at The New England Conservatory of Music, Kearney won the grand prize in the John Lennon Songwriting Contest, a harbinger of things to come. Now, Kearney steps into the spotlight with her first solo effort, a wry, bighearted pop album entitled Won't Let You Down. The record, like its title, promises not to disappoint. Shades of The Beatles, Wilco, Fleetwood Mac and even Nick Cave can be detected, as the album swerves from '60s pop to modern indie-rock.
    1. Won't Let You Down
    2. What Happened Today
    3. Serenity
    4. Wash Up
    5. Who Are We Kidding
    6. Living in a Cave
    7. Love Doctor
    8. Nothing Does It
    9. Daniel
    10. So Long
    Bridget Kearney
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    Let Freedom Ring

    Import

    Remastered


    Prophet started his wild ride back in 1984, when Green on Red, the
    seminal purveyors of American Rock-Roots, plucked him out of
    Berkeley, CA and threw him in the van for an eight-year ride, and the
    recording of as many albums. Since then Prophet has recorded nine
    amazing solo albums and toured and recorded with the likes of
    Lucinda Williams, Aimee Mann, Cake, and Jonathan Richman, not to
    mention production credits for Warren Zevon, Alejandro Escovedo
    and Kelly Willis. Ryan Adams, Solomon Burke and Heart have
    recorded his songs, along with a host of others. Prophet has never
    been one to rest on his laurels and ride it out.
    For his ninth solo album Let Freedom Ring, Chuck reached out to
    some musicians and talked them into going down to Mexico City, The
    Biggest City in the World (pop. 25 million). Recorded at Estudio 19, a
    state-ofthe- art studio (well, circa 1958 state-of-the-art anyway) with
    Greg Leisz (Beck, Wilco, Emmylou Harris) coproducing.
    Within three days of arriving swine flu broke out and the indignity of
    having to wear blue surgical masks just to fit in.
    Over the course of the next eight days, the band set about recording
    ¡Let Freedom Ring!, enduring a poorly timed blackout, shakedowns
    by the Policia, and a 6.4 earthquake mid-take - Mexico City might only
    be 4 hours away by plane but it might as well have been on the other
    side of the moon. But whilst mayhem ensued, the band buckled down
    to the task in hand, all set up together in a tight little bamboo lined
    room with the amps cranked. Chuck played his Fender Squire, Kelly
    Stoltz on backing vocals, Rusty Miller (Jason Lyte‟s band) played
    bass while Drummer Ernest Boom Carter turned his sticks into
    kindling. Carter played on Springsteen‟s Born To Run - he promptly
    quit the E Street Band after they spent 6 months recording it. The
    results can be heard from the Clash inspired opener to the power pop
    of Let Freedom Ring‟ and the Eddie Cochran infused Good Time
    Crowd‟.

    1. Sonny Liston's Blues
    2. What Can A Mother Do
    3. Where The Hell Is Henry?
    4. iLet Freedom Ring!
    5. You And Me Baby (Holding On)
    6. American Man
    7. Barely Exist
    8. Hot Talk
    9. Love Won't Keep Us Apart
    10. Good Time Crowd
    11. Leave The Window Open
    Chuck Prophet
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    Let Them Fall In Love

    The best-selling and most-awarded female gospel artist of all time, CeCe Winans has long since cemented her status as one of the most accomplished and celebrated women in modern music history. It'd be easy to look back and rest on such illustrious laurels, but Winans has always had her eyes fixed firmly on the future, so it should come as little surprise that she jumped at the opportunity when her son, Alvin Love III, proposed she record the generation-bridging new album 'Let Them Fall In Love.' Her first in nearly a decade, the record finds Winans returning to the studio with gusto, working for roughly three years to craft her most confident, adventurous collection yet.


    Recording and performing as both a solo artist and as a duo with her brother BeBe, CeCe has influenced a generation of gospel and secular vocalists over the course of her astonishing career. Her mantel today holds a staggering 10 GRAMMY Awards, 20 Dove Awards, and 7 Stellar Awards. She's been inducted into the Gospel Music Hall of Fame, the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and the Nashville Music City Walk of Fame, in addition to being named a Trailblazer of Soul by BMI and garnering multiple NAACP Image Awards, Soul Train Awards, Essence Awards, and more. She's sold in excess of 5 million albums in the US, topping the Gospel charts repeatedly while crossing over with smashes like "Count On Me," her stunning duet with Whitney Houston from the multi-platinum 'Waiting To Exhale' soundtrack, which sold 2 million copies and cracked the Top 10 on the Pop, R&B, and Adult Contemporary charts. She touched millions more with inspirational performances everywhere from Oprah to The White House, and even showed off her acting chops on television series like '7th Heaven' and 'Doc.'


    While collaborating with family is nothing new for Winans, the recording sessions for 'Let Them Fall In Love" found the Detroit native working for the very first time with her son in the producer's chair.


    "Alvin shared with me a vision that he had of a record that was bold and a little different than anything I'd ever done before," remembers Winans. "When I heard the songs he'd been writing, I got so excited. He has great ears and great style and a unique way of writing and thinking things through. It made it extra special that two generations of family were able to come together on this record."


    Bringing together generations is Winans' specialty, and she drew inspiration for the album from her extensive work with the young men and women who attend the church she and her husband founded in Nashville.


    "It's really important to me to share where I've been and to encourage young people to understand that they can go even further," reflects Winans. "I wanted to make an album that ties us together, something that young people would be able to learn from and be inspired by."


    Written primarily by Alvin and co-produced by Alvin along with Winans' long-time collaborator Tommy Sims (Garth Brooks, Michael McDonald, Bonnie Raitt), 'Let Them Fall In Love' was mixed by Dae Bennett (Tony Bennett, Amy Whinehouse, Olivia Newton John) and Jimmy Douglass (Pharrell Williams, Micheal Buble). The album, recorded both in Nashville and New York City, finds Winans more confident than ever before, merging eras and genres in a glorious blend of past and present that simultaneously recalls the heyday of Motown and still sounds undeniably modern. Big band horns meet strings from the Nashville String Machine as Winans' soaring voice hits new heights, fueled in part by the encouragement and motivation of her son.


    "Alvin was hard on me in the studio," remembers Winans. "He'd really work me during the songs, and I knew that was a good thing because it meant he was pressing me to get the best performances possible. Now I listen back and I know he was right. It was so important to get the right interpretation of each song."


    Winans is able to inhabit each song on the record so fully in part because she's lived their stories. She describes album opener "He's Never Failed Me Yet" as "my personal testimony," "Run To Him" as her frequent act of refuge, and "Marvelous" as a musical embodiment of the black church. On "Hey Devil!," she's joined by fellow gospel powerhouses The Clark Sisters for a playful rebuke of temptation, while "Peace From God" is a prayer for light in an increasingly dark world, and "Lowly" is a lesson about pride and humility aimed at the young men who might need it most. Winans' eclectic ability shines through on the pedal steel country waltz of "Why Me," a song she discovered when she was invited to perform it live with its writer, Kris Kristofferson.


    "I ended up getting sick and I couldn't perform it with him at the show, but my son heard it and knew it would be perfect for the album," explains Winans. "It's so different for me in this whole new field of country music, but it spoke to my heart and I felt like it was written just for me."


    On the album's other cover, "Dancing in The Spirit," Winans is joined by Hezekiah Walker and his choir for a jubilant celebration, while "Never Have To Be Alone" finds her taking a far more somber approach, singing to the young members of her congregation. It's the album's closer and title track, though, that seems to light Winans up more than any other.


    "That was the first song for this album and I knew right away that I wanted the record to be named 'Let Them Fall In Love,'" she explains. "I told my son that it had to be the heartbeat of the album. There's a lot of different styles and a lot of strong messages on there, but all of them are to bring us to this point. It's why I came back and recorded another album, to express my heart and my desire that people young and old can listen and fall in love with the higher power, fall in love with love, and fall in love with faith and joy and peace."

    1. He's Never Failed Me Yet
    2. Run To Him
    3. Hey Devil! (feat. The Clark Sisters)
    4. Peace From God
    5. Why Me
    6. Lowly
    7. Never Have To Be Alone
    8. Dancing In The Spirit (feat. Hezekiah Walker's Love Fellowship Choir)
    9. Marvelous
    10. Let Them Fall In Love
    Cece Winans
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    What's Left To Let Go

    Hailing from the United Kingdom, Goodtime Boys are one of Bridge Nine Records' newest signees. Signing to a hardcore label such as B9 carries with it an expectation that Goodtime Boys immediately buck. The band share more in common with La Dispute and Pianos Become the Teeth than other B9 bands like Foundation or Expire.


    What's Left to Let Go starts off with Bloom, which has a chilling relaxed guitar intro. However when the full band come in, it kicks it up a notch with a melodic but upbeat rhythm. Then vocalist Alex Pennie comes in with his powerful vocals and really brings in the full sound of the band. I immediately noticed the accent on the vocalist, but it's a good thing as it makes the band sound different than most bands of this hard-to-name genre that has been gaining a lot of ground in the hardcore community. His lyrics are immediately at the forefront of everything, as well they should be, being powerful and emotional. The rest of the song keeps up this swing of going from relaxed to very powerful and back again like a lot of the songs on this record. However, it doesn't get monotonous or boring as the band have a good enough writing ability to keep the music interesting.


    In the middle of the record the song Rest cools things off a bit coming in with a simple drum beat and an almost haunting guitar melody that fit the lyrics and vocal delivery perfectly. And that's the great simplicity of What's Left to Let Go; Goodtime Boys aren't afraid to use a pattern and vocal style that has been established, but do their own thing with it to try and keep it interesting. This album is technically a double EP and not a singular LP as the first five songs were previously released on the Are We Now, Or Have We Ever Been EP. However, if I had not known this I would not have figured it out from listening to the record as the songs flow so fluidly it sounds like one album. This is partially due to the band's cohesive writing and also partially due to those songs and the new songs being mixed by Defeater guitarist and Getaway Recordings engineer Jay Maas.

    1. Bloom
    2. Callous
    3. Breathe
    4. Reunion
    5. Rest
    6. Wake
    7. Daylight
    8. Harrow
    9. Bliss
    10. Sleep
    Goodtime Boys
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    James Bond: Live and Let Die Soundtrack

    1973 Soundtrack Includes Paul McCartney & Wings Performing Live And Let Die!


    Live and Let Die is the soundtrack to the eighth James Bond film of the same name. It was scored by George Martin. The title song was written by Paul and Linda McCartney and performed by Paul McCartney & Wings.


    It was the first Bond film score not to involve John Barry.


    Producers Saltzman and Albert Broccoli approached Paul McCartney to write the theme song and McCartney in turn asked Martin to record it for him. Impressed with the orchestration for the finished track, Saltzman and Broccoli considered Martin for the film's score.


    Martin worked closely with director Guy Hamilton who described what the music should convey in each scene as it unfolds. Only very minor changes to the finished score were asked for. Martin felt that this was as much for Hamilton's accurate briefing.


    The orchestra was conducted by Martin and recorded at AIR studios. The soundtrack was also released in quadrophonic.


    Live and Let Die was the first time that a rock music arrangement was used to open a Bond film. It was also the first time that McCartney and Martin had worked together since Abbey Road in 1969. McCartney had been considered as title song composer for the previous Bond film, Diamonds Are Forever.
    The Live and Let Die single was a major success in the U.S. and U.K. and continues to be a highlight of McCartney's live shows.

    1. Live and Let Die
    2. Just A Closer Walk With Thee
    3. Bond Meets Solitaire
    4. Whisper Who Dares
    5. Snakes Alive
    6. Baron Samedi's Dance of Death
    7. San Monique
    8. Fillet of Soul
    9. Bond Drops In
    10. If He Finds It, Kill Him
    11. Trespassers Will Be Eaten
    12. Solitaire Gets Her cards
    13. Sacrifice
    14. James Bond Theme
    15. Gunbarrel / Snakebit
    16. Bond To New York
    17. San Monique (alternate)
    18. Bond and Rosie
    19. The Lovers
    20. New Orleans
    21. Boat Chase
    22. Underground Liar
    George Martin
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    Let It Bleed (With Framed Litho)

    Never Before Released!


    Limited Edition Clear Vinyl


    Hand Numbered Limited Edition Framed Lithographic Print


    Released in 1969, Let It Bleed by The Rolling Stones extends their rock and blues feel into a harder rocking sound. Recorded at what some call their creative peak, this album includes the now famous Stones' classics "Gimme Shelter" and "You Can't Always Get What You Want."


    This highly collectible lithograph and LP set, with a Certificate of Authenticity, is offered on a first-come, first-served basis-no additional copies will be produced after the initial press run is exhausted. Signatures on the printing plates reflect the band's personnel at the time of recording.


    Let It Bleed LIMITED EDITION LITHOGRAPHIC PRINT:
    This hand-numbered, museum-quality print is derived from artwork used on THE ROLLING STONES record album Let It Bleed and is signed in the plate by the recording artists beneath the image.


    Exclusively authorized and licensed from ABKCO Records

    Print Size (includes mat board): 20" x 24"

    Image Size: 16" x 16"

    Stock: Acid-free, 100# Opus dull cover

    Signed in the plate by band members

    Hand-numbered and embossed logo

    Edition Size: 2,500

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    1. Gimme Shelter
    2. Love In Vain
    3. Country Honk
    4. Live With Me
    5. Let It Bleed
    6. Midnight Rambler
    7. You Got The Silver
    8. Monkey Man
    9. You Can't Always Get What You Want
    The Rolling Stones
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    Swinging Doors / The Bottle Let Me Down

    The #1 country album of 1966, includes the hits Swinging Doors and The Bottle Let Me Down


    Merle Haggard's third album, Swinging Doors / The Bottle Let Me Down, was assembled from a variety of singles and session like its two predecessors, but it contained a stronger overall selection of material than either album. In addition to the two masterpieces from which the album took its name, the record included a terrific version of Tommy Collins' High On A Hilltop, and plus excellent songs like The Girl Turned Ripe, If I Could Be Him, and Someone Else You've Known.

    -AllMusic

    1. Swinging Doors
    2. If I Could Be Him
    3. The Longer You Wait
    4. I'll Look You Over
    5. I Can't Stand Me
    6. That Girl Turned Ripe
    7. The Bottle Let Me Down
    8. No More You And Me
    9. Somebody Else You've Known
    10. High On A Hilltop
    11. This Town's Not Big Enough
    12. Shade Tree (Fix-It Man)
    Merle Haggard
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    Let It Bleed (With Unframed Litho) (On Sale)

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    Hand Numbered Limited Edition Lithographic Print (Not Framed)


    Released in 1969, Let It Bleed by The Rolling Stones extends their rock and blues feel into a harder rocking sound. Recorded at what some call their creative peak, this album includes the now famous Stones' classics "Gimme Shelter" and "You Can't Always Get What You Want."


    This highly collectible lithograph and LP set, with a Certificate of Authenticity, is offered on a first-come, first-served basis-no additional copies will be produced after the initial press run is exhausted. Signatures on the printing plates reflect the band's personnel at the time of recording.


    Let It Bleed LIMITED EDITION LITHOGRAPHIC PRINT:
    This hand-numbered, museum-quality print is derived from artwork used on THE ROLLING STONES record album Let It Bleed and is signed in the plate by the recording artists beneath the image.


    Exclusively authorized and licensed from ABKCO Records

    Print Size (includes mat board): 20" x 24"

    Image Size: 16" x 16"

    Stock: Acid-free, 100# Opus dull cover

    Signed in the plate by band members

    Hand-numbered and embossed logo

    Edition Size: 2,500

    Includes Certificate of Authenticity


    Not eligible for further discount.

    1. Gimme Shelter
    2. Love In Vain
    3. Country Honk
    4. Live With Me
    5. Let It Bleed
    6. Midnight Rambler
    7. You Got The Silver
    8. Monkey Man
    9. You Can't Always Get What You Want
    The Rolling Stones
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    Being There

    Includes Full Length CD


    LP Cut from Original Masters and Pressed at Pallas in Germany!


    Outtasite! Stunning 1996 Double Album Has Been Long Out-of-Print with Originals Fetching Hundreds of Dollars on eBay! Do Not Miss Out This Time!


    Also Available: 180-gram LP Versions of Wilco's A.M. and Summerteeth CUT FROM ORIGINAL MASTER TAPES and Pressed at Pallas! Unbelievable Sound!


    Motivated by leader Jeff Tweedys desire to improve on his bands debut A.M. and informed by numerous life circumstancesthe birth of his first child, a recent marriage, a new mortgage, and a decision to quit smoking potBeing There begins a cycle of creativity and ambition in Wilcos career that has yet to let up. Far more mature and advanced than anything Tweedy and Co. had done before, the eclectic double album finds the group moving beyond straightforward country-rock and embracing a gambit of styles that encompass power-pop, romantic balladry, barroom-brawling rock, and immersive psychedelia. A journey that is ultimately about finding solace in rock n roll, Being There is a seminal record in every sense. The album has only bettered with the passage of time.


    Jay Bennett, a guitarist and multi-instrumentalist who joined the band before the recording sessions, is also largely responsible for the artistic growth. His keen pop sensibilities and keyboard playing expand Wilcos core rootsy sound, while Tweedy pushes himself as a songwriter. Introspective, surreal, and personal, tunes such as the explosive Misunderstood and meditative Hotel Arizona signal the arrival of a singular talent coming to terms with his own anxiety, restlessness, and dreams. And the band is up to the challenge. In addition to blending myriad sounds, Wilco gets more comfortable with the studio and adorns several arrangements with horns, strings, and hand claps.


    To preserve the musics spontaneous feel and accentuate the dynamic contrasts, Wilco practiced, rehearsed, and recorded one song a day. Nothing is overthought or overly polished. The production reflects these decisions. Sonics are warm, organic, loose, and noticeably real. Its no wonder that Tweedy successfully convinced Reprise to release Being There as a double album and sell it for the price of a single disc. To help make it happen, he personally volunteered to take a decreased royalty rate in exchange for the unconventional pricing and resultant revenue losses. Tweedys gamble paid off. And how.


    Now, hear this absorbing double album in the highest-possible fidelity for the first time ever! Mastered from the original tapes and pressed at Germanys legendary Pallas facilities, this 180-gram 2-LP version of Being Here is guaranteed to beat every other available version. (Plus, it comes with a CD of the complete album: You can't lose.) But dont delay! Wilcos Reprise LPs have been fetching hundreds of dollars on EBay for years. Get yours from Music Direct today!


    Wilco have not made your standard rock & roll road album. Tweedy's songs use the one-nighter clichÉs of Grand Funk Railroad's We're an American Band as a means of exploring deeper issues, particularly faith and commitment and how those qualities are tested by geographical and emotional distances. Being There is an album of parallel journeys that frequently overlap, a tour of the heart that becomes a search for renewal. -Greg Kot, Rolling Stone, October 1996

    1. Misunderstood
    2. Far, Far Away
    3. Monday
    4. Outtasite (Outta Mind)
    5. Forget The Flowers
    6. Red-Eyed And Blue
    7. I Got You (At The End Of The Century)
    8. What's The World Got In Store (LP Version)
    9. Hotel Arizona
    10. Say You Miss Me
    11. Sunken Treasure
    12. Someday Soon
    13. Outta Mind (Outta Sight)
    14. Someone Else's Song
    15. Kingpin
    16. (Was I) In Your Dreams
    17. Why Would You Wanna Live
    18. The Lonely 1
    19. Dreamer In My Dreams
    Wilco
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    Let's Get It On

    Let's Get It On is the thirteenth studio album by Marvin Gaye. Serving as Gaye's first venture into the funk genre and romance-themed music, "Let's Get It On" incorporates smooth soul, doo-wop, and quiet storm. It has been noted by critics for its sexually suggestive lyrics, and was cited by one writer as one of the most sexually charged albums ever recorded. Continuing with its vinyl reissue campaign, UMe will be reissuing this classic on 180 gram vinyl.
    1. Let's Get It On
    2. Please Don't Stay (Once You Go Away)
    3. If I Should Die Tonight
    4. Keep Gettin' It On
    5. Come Get To This
    6. Distant Lover
    7. You Sure Love To Ball
    8. Just To Keep You Satisfied
    Marvin Gaye
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    Let's Get It On

    Ranked 165/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.


    I don't believe in overly moralistic philosophies. Have your sex, it can be exciting, if you're lucky. I hope the music that I present here makes you lucky. - Marvin Gaye


    Lets Get It On was released on August 28, 1973 and quickly became the biggest-selling recording of Marvin Gayes tenure with Motown.


    The album peaked at #2 on the Billboard Pop Albums chart and remained at the top of the Soul Albums chart for eleven weeks, making it the best-selling R&B album of 1973. At that time, the single Let's Get It On was Motown's largest-selling recording ever, selling over three million copies within 2 years of its release. Lets Get It On contains 3 top 100 hits, Lets Get It On, Come Get To This and You Sure Love To Ball.

    1. Let's Get It On
    2. Please Stay (Once You Go Away)
    3. If I Should Die Tonight
    4. Keep Gettin' It On
    5. Come Get To This
    6. Distant Lover
    7. You Sure Love To Ball
    8. Just To Keep You Satisfied
    Marvin Gaye
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    Let's Dance Raw


    Japanese Singer-Songwriter, Multi-instrumentalist's
    Follow-up To 2012's How To Live With A Phantom


    Japanese singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Shintaro
    Sakamoto returns with a new full-length, Let's Dance Raw, which
    Other Music Recording Co. (distributed by Fat Possum) releases on
    September 16. The album is the follow-up to Sakamoto's solo debut,
    the otherworldly folk-pop masterpiece How to Live with a Phantom
    (2012, Other Music).


    While How to Live with a Phantom was the first many around the
    globe knew of Sakamoto, he has long been an icon in his homeland,
    having long fronted the psychedelic phenomenon Yura Yura Teikoku,
    a Tokyo-based band that emerged from Koenji's legendary UFO
    Club scene and, across their 20-year trajectory, achieved mainstream
    success throughout the country. Following the group's break-up in
    2010, Sakamoto began working on How to Live with a Phantom, a bold
    stylistic departure that eschewed Yura Yura Teikokou's psychedelic
    freak-outs for a much quieter and harder-to-define sound.


    From first glimpse of the cover of Let's Dance Raw, it's clear that
    once again, we are entering uncharted territory. The record's sleeve,
    painted by Sakamoto, features the artist sitting upon a black throne,
    a steel guitar resting on his knee like a child being protected from
    the ominous mushroom cloud of smoke billowing behind him.
    A grinning skull has replaced Sakamoto's face. This dichotomy of
    bright, innocent beauty and subtle perversity is the essence of Let's
    Dance Raw, with Sakamoto moving even further from the tough
    underground power-trio psychedelic rock of his former band.


    He hinted at the new sound throughout his solo debut, and here
    the music is blown wide open, with the steel guitar as the unifying
    force throughout. Sakamoto purchased and learned how to play the
    instrument just prior to writing and recording Let's Dance Raw, and
    it enriches the post-apocalyptic exotica on these ten songs, fusing
    together the bright and breezy shimmer of Hawaiian slack-key hula
    melodies, the dusty shuffle of southwestern desert blues, and the
    space-age bachelor-pad music of postwar suburban dreamers. The
    result is an album that revisits the soundtracks of musical escapism
    made popular in postwar American and Japanese cultures-and
    deftly updates them.


    It's all anchored by deep, jazzy grooves straight out of a 1970s
    AM radio broadcast, and peppered with flourishes of Brazilian and
    Latin percussion throughout. Atop the music, Sakamoto sings of the
    human race's downfall, the weight of the lyrics made contrastingly
    perverse via duets with robotic vocoder voices and helium-voiced
    cartoon chipmunks cooing in an unsettling fashion alongside him.
    While Sakamoto once again handles the bulk of the instrumental
    duties, faithful drummer and percussionist Yuta Suganuma also
    returns for this set, as well as bassist AYA, on loan from fellow Japanese
    psychedelic explorers OOIOO.

    1. Future Lullaby
    2. Birth Of The Super cult
    3. Extremely Bad Man
    4. Let's Dance Raw
    5. Like An Obligation
    6. Gently Disappear
    7. You Can Be A Robot, Too
    8. Why Can't I Stop?
    9. Never Liked You, But Still Nostalgic
    10. This World Should Be More Wonderful
    Shintaro Sakamoto
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