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  • Foma Foma Quick View

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    Foma

    Foma
    Head
    Sweet Beyond
    Sister
    Smile
    JLM
    Fellowship
    Wire
    Trampoline
    Drink The Fear
    Blind
    Passion
    Happy Song
    The Nixons
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    Nixon


    Reissue


    First Time On LP In North America.


    First Album In The Merge Records 25th Anniversary Reissue
    Series


    Nixon was released in early 2000. It was Lambchop's fifth LP, and the first
    record of any kind that the band had released in over a year, after a
    half-decade in which scarcely three months went by without some kind of
    new Lambchop music. Starting with the swell of horns in the middle of
    album opener "The Old Gold Shoe," Nixon glides easily from one unexpected
    grace note to the next, peppering in funk, R&B, gospel, country, vintage
    folk-and integrating them all, not presenting them discretely. Lambchop has
    always taken its Nashville origins seriously, making use of the wide variety of
    talented musicians who live and work in Music City.


    Nixon drew Lambchop's usual raft of mixed reviews and modest sales
    stateside-though the positive reviews were more positive than ever, as many
    critics put the album on their year-end best-of lists, and fans who'd long loved
    the band felt more comfortable evangelizing to newcomers about such an
    accessible, tuneful record. Over the years, as Lambchop has continued to
    experiment, making more albums that are just as conceptual and well
    executed, Nixon has grown in stature as a sort of origin point.


    Yet as much as it was the kickoff to a new chapter in Lambchop's story, Nixon
    was also an ending of sorts, at least as far as Wagner is concerned. On the
    records that have followed, he's tended to work with fewer personnel on any
    given track, moving away from Nixon's bigger sound. "Nixon might've been
    the peak of the 14-person Lambchop," he says. It was also the last Lambchop
    album to be recorded almost entirely with the old analog methods, which is
    something that Wagner marvels at now, given how complex these songs were
    to assemble.

    1. The Old Gold Shoe
    2. Grumpus
    3. You Masculine You
    4. Up With People
    5. Nashville Parent
    6. What Else Could It Be?
    7. The Distance From Her to There
    8. The Book I Haven't Read
    9. The Petrified Florist
    10. The Butcher Boy
    Lambchop
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  • Prairie Home Invasion (Awaiting Repress) Prairie Home Invasion (Awaiting Repress) Quick View

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    Prairie Home Invasion (Awaiting Repress)

    Biafra doing country? Collaborating with Mojo Nixon? Classic high adventures in backwoods masking. Excellent collection of original and alarmingly faithful renditions of lost and twisted country classics.
    1. Buy My Snake Oil
    2. Where Are We Gonna Work (When The Trees Are Gone?)
    3. Convoy In The Sky
    4. Atomic Power
    5. Are You Drinkin' with Me Jesus?
    6. Love Me, I'm A Liberal
    7. Burgers Of Wrath
    8. Nostalgia For An Age That Never Existed
    9. Hamlet Chicken Plant Disaster
    10. Mascot Mania
    11. Let's Go Burn Ole Nashville Down
    12. Will The Fetus Be Aborted
    13. Plastic Jesus
    Jello Biafra with Mojo Nixon
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  • Some Time In New York City Some Time In New York City Quick View

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    Some Time In New York City

    Released in 1972, it is John Lennon's third post-Beatles solo album, fifth with Yoko Ono, and third with producer Phil Spector. This album found the Lennon's in an explicitly political phase; understandable as Lennon was neck-deep in his struggle to remain in the United States, a conflict rooted in his antiwar and anti establishment politics and the enmity of the Nixon administration.
    LP1
    1. Woman Is The Nigger Of The World [Remastered 2010]

    2. Sisters, O Sisters [Remastered 2010]

    3. Attica State [Remastered 2010]

    4. Born In A Prison [Remastered 2010]

    5. New York City [Remastered 2010]

    6. Sunday Bloody Sunday [Remastered 2010]

    7. The Luck Of The Irish [Remastered 2010]

    8. John Sinclair [Remastered 2010]

    9. Angela [Remastered 2010]

    10. We're All Water [Remastered 2010]


    LP2
    1. Cold Turkey [Live]
    2. Don't Worry Kyoko [Live]

    3. Well (Baby Please Don't Go) [Live]

    4. Jamrag [Live]

    5. Scumbag [Live]

    6. Au [Live]

    John Lennon
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  • Ramblin' Man Ramblin' Man Quick View

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    Ramblin' Man

    Shelton Hank Williams, better known as Hank III, is an outlaw, a battler of convention. He comes by it naturally: The third generation of Hanks, and the third generation to tilt nobly at country traditions and white-collar establishment sensibilities. After all, this 39-year-old semi-reformed punk-metal drummer is the son of Hank Jr., a blue-collar hero who has difficulty ducking controversy even on something as Richard Nixon and apple pie American as "Monday Night Football."
    1. Ramblin' Man
    2. Fearless Boogie
    3. Okie From Muskogee
    4. The Only Hell (My Momma Ever Raised)
    5. On My Own [Full Length Version]
    6. Marijuana Blues
    7. Hang On
    8. Runnin' & Gunnin'

    Hank Williams III
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  • Take As Needed For Pain Take As Needed For Pain Quick View

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    Take As Needed For Pain


    Gold Colored Vinyl


    Shelton Hank Williams, better known as Hank III, is an outlaw, a battler of convention. He comes by it naturally: The third generation of Hanks, and the third generation to tilt nobly at country traditions and white-collar establishment sensibilities. After all, this 39-year-old semi-reformed punk-metal drummer is the son of Hank Jr., a blue-collar hero who has difficulty ducking controversy even on something as Richard Nixon and apple pie American as "Monday Night Football."

    1. Get Outta My Life (w/Rebel Meets Rebel & David Allan Coe)
    2. Ruby, Get Back To The Hills
    3. Torn Between Suicide & Breakfast
    4. No Values
    5. Gotta Buy Paw A Truck
    6. Take As Needed For Pain
    7. White Trash
    8. King Cartel
    Hank Williams III
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  • Greatest Hits (Pre-Order) Greatest Hits (Pre-Order) Quick View

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    Greatest Hits (Pre-Order)

    Shelton Hank Williams, better known as Hank III, is an outlaw, a battler of convention. He comes by it naturally: The third generation of Hanks, and the third generation to tilt nobly at country traditions and white-collar establishment sensibilities. After all, this 39-year-old semi-reformed punk-metal drummer is the son of Hank Jr., a blue-collar hero who has difficulty ducking controversy even on something as Richard Nixon and apple pie American as Monday Night Football.
    1. Straight To Hell/Satan Is Real- Medley
    2. Country Heroes
    3. Crazed Country Rebel
    4. Mississippi Mud
    5. Pills I Took
    6. Cocaine Blues
    7. 3 Shades Of Black
    8. Low Down
    9. D Ray White
    10. My Drinkin' Problem
    11. Six Pack Of Beer
    12. Thrown Out Of The Bar
    13. I Don't Know - By Hank Williams Jr.
    14. Cecil Brown
    15. Smoke & Wine
    Hank Williams III
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  • My Fair Lady (Expanded) My Fair Lady (Expanded) Quick View

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    My Fair Lady (Expanded)


    First Pressing Of 750 Copies On 180 Pink Vinyl, Black Vinyl Thereafter


    Gatefold Sleeve


    Includes 11 Bonus Tracks


    PVC Protective Sleeve


    The eponymous stage musical My Fair Lady (1956) got a very successful film adaption in 1964 starring Audrey Hepburn and Rex Harrison. Based on the original script by Frederick Loewe, the film won eight Oscars and three Golden Globes. Composed by Alan Jay Lerner (lyrics) and Frederick Loewe (music), the songs were performed by both the film cast and guest singers Marni Nixon & Bill Shirley and were supervised by German pianist, conductor and composer AndrÉ Previn.


    The story about Eliza Doolitte, a Cockney flower girl who takes speech lessons so the she may pass as a lady, now gets an expanded Music On Vinyl At The Movies release.

    LP 1
    1. Overture
    2. Why Can't The English?
    3. Wouldn't It Be Loverly
    4. The Flower Market
    5. I'm An Ordinary Man
    6. With A Little Bit Of Luck
    7. Just You Wait
    8. Servants' Chorus
    9. The Rain In Spain
    10. I Could Have Danced All Night
    11. Ascot Gavotte
    12. Ascot Gavotte (Reprise)
    13. On The Street Where You Live
    14. Intermission


    LP 2
    1. The Transylvanian March
    2. The Embassy Waltz
    3. You Did It
    4. Just You Wait (Reprise)
    5. On The Street Where You Live (Reprise)
    6. Show Me
    7. The Flowermarket
    8. Get Me To The Church On Time
    9. A Hymn To Him
    10. Without You
    11. I've Grown Accustomed To Her Face
    12. End Titles
    13. Exit Music

    Various Artists
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  • On The Beach On The Beach Quick View

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    On The Beach

    On the Beach was Neil Young's first studio album after Harvest had transformed him into a mainstream superstar two years before. Less mournful but still haunting, the album is basically Young's rejection of rock stardom and what had become of the counterculture, covering a range of subjects, including Richard Nixon and Patty Hearst (the epic Ambulance Blues), his affair with actress Carrie Snodgrass (Motion Pictures), and, most famously, years before it became chic to do so, Charles Manson (the rocking Revolution Blues). Vampire Blues, meanwhile, seemed to be about all those topics, as well as Young himself. On the Beach would nevertheless eventually come to be reappraised as a rock culture masterpiece. -Bill Holdship
    1. Walk On
    2. See The Sky About To Rain
    3. Revolution Blues
    4. For The Turnstiles
    5. Vampire Blues
    6. On The Beach
    7. Motion Pictures
    8. Ambulance Blues
    Neil Young
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  • Winter Winds Winter Winds Quick View

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    Winter Winds

    The three lost albums by the Bay Area vibraphonist/composer/arranger
    P.E. Hewitt will now be available as stand alone releases for the first time
    since Richard Nixon was in the White House.
    Masterpieces in deep/modal/spiritual jazz from a
    teenaged wunderkind, recorded and released from 1968-1970
    P.E. Hewitt was but 16 years old when he recorded and released - in a pressing of 50 copies - his
    debut album Jawbones. By the time he sold through the 100 copies of this third, Winter Winds, he was
    approaching the ripe-age of 20. The three albums he and his young compatriots wrote, recorded,
    pressed and - if you can call it that - distributed, are three of the rarest damn-good 70s jazz album s
    you could ever hope to come across. That's a subtle, but important distinction.


    There are many rare
    jazz albums in every imaginable subgenre - funk, free, fusion...But Hewitt's three albums were so
    damn-good that neither micro presses nor forty years of silence could suppress their reemergence.
    We at Now-Again decided against compiling a "best of" anthology out of respect for Hewitt's
    monstrous achievements and because, well, these albums are so damn good. Thus, we offer you this
    series of reissues designed to be as close to the original pressings as possible down to their
    hand-painted covers. First in the series, Hewitt's legendary 1970 release Winter Winds, a mix of
    modal, latin-tinged, and ethereal vocal jazz.

    1. I'm Wondering Why
    2. More Than Anything
    3. It's Got Two Names, And That's Alright
    4. Ill Love Song
    5. Oma Rakas
    6. The Winterwind
    7. Bada Que Bash
    8. Tuija
    P.E. Hewitt Jazz Ensemble
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  • Winds Of War & Peace (200 Gram Vinyl) Winds Of War & Peace (200 Gram Vinyl) Quick View

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    Winds Of War & Peace (200 Gram Vinyl)

    200-Gram Vinyl Plated And Pressed At Quality Record Pressings


    Mastered By Kevin Gray At Cohearent Audio


    On Winds of War and Peace, conductor Lowell Graham takes the National Symphonic Winds ensemble through a program of stirring orchestrations and marches. Liberty Fanfare was composed for the centennial celebration of the Statue of Liberty in 1986. The fanfare set the stage for one of the most spectacular celebrations in America's history. Samuel Barber's Commando March composed in 1943, represents Barber's first band work. Written in a quadruple meter, this work utilizes the constant contrast of dotted and triplet rhythms. Roger Nixon's Festival Fanfare March, was recognized for superb composition by the American Bandmasters Association in 1973. It is a work that's technical, bright in color and effervescent in spirit. The album also includes Victory at Sea, El Camino Real, A Santa Cecilla and Symphonic Dance No. 3.


    Graham, a native of Greeley, Colorado, has earned recognition as one of America's most talented young conductors. He graduated from the University of Northern Colorado with both his Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts degrees. He was also the first person to be awarded the Doctor of Musical Arts Degree in Orchestral Conducting from the Catholic University of America.


    Graham has led orchestras and bands on record and in performance throughout the world. He is the current conductor and commander of the United States Air Force Tactical Air Command Band.

    1. Liberty Fanfare
    2. Commando March
    3. Festival Fanfare March
    4. Victory as Sea (arr. R.R. Bennett for wind ensemble)
    5. El Camino Real
    6. A Santa Cecilia
    7. Symphonic Dances - No.3 Fiesta
    Lowell Graham
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  • It's Not The Eat, It's The Humidity (On Sale) It's Not The Eat, It's The Humidity (On Sale) On Sale Quick View

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    It's Not The Eat, It's The Humidity (On Sale)

    The Alternative Tentacles Reissues of Necessity is back! We've hooked another live one from the swirling depths of the most obscure, desirable, and just plain deranged.
    Like many early punk pioneers The Eat operated in a near-total vacuum, in that infamous cesspool of clueless retirees and moronic sun worshippers known as South Florida. Forming in 1978 and playing their first show in July of 1979, it took another year before they were able to record. Their classic 7s were rare and sought after from the moment they came out, distribution was nil, most were given away at shows and crushed on the spot, some even wound up lining a parrot cage. The result is that their 7-inches Communist Radio and God Punishes the Eat are some of the most sought after and obscenely expensive Killed By Death items ever!


    Sure the limited/mangled pressings helped, but the band's twisted angle on the world has a lot to do with the value placed on their early vinyl. Specifically: political concerns like Communist Radio, Nut Cops, Kneecappin' and Nixon's Binoculars. Environmental awareness like Manatee Smacker, M-80 Ant Death, and Living Like a Pig, as well as numerous celebrations of that seedy Florida lifestyle like Catholic Love, Silly Drug Songs, Money for the Police and Psychotic McHale's Navy.


    The Eat reappeared sporadically clear through the mid-'90s, yet still seem unaware how wide their cult and notoriety has spread, especially among people who've never actually heard them. There's a lot of information packed into this package to help those latter folks out, in full color!


    Both early 7s are here, the audio dropouts in the five God Punishes songs fixed up at last, followed by the entire Scattered Wahoo Action cassette album and all the unreleased songs from their aborted Hialeah album that was chopped down to their third and final seven inch. Sound is top-floor melodic punk 'n' roll - sort of a sped-up Real Kids with rock-bottom Angry Samoans-style lyrics. Disc One's a whopping 30+ studio tracks, many never before released.

    LP1
    1. Communist Radio
    2. Catholic Love
    3. Jimmie B. Goode
    4. Dr. Tv
    5. Silly Drug Songs
    6. Nut Cop
    7. Kneecappin'
    8. Party Line
    9. Living Like A Pig
    10. Mary Mary
    11. Hey Jackass
    12. Sub-human
    13. Nixon's Binoculars
    14. I Led Two Lives
    15. Ballbusters On Parade
    16. Open Man
    17. She's Pissed Off
    18. Get Me High
    19. Young Guy
    20. One Call To Cuba
    21. Shoes Shoes Shoes
    22. Mr. Brown
    23. Manatee Smacker
    24. Dream Of Yogi
    25. Money For The Police
    26. Octopus
    27. Psychotic Mchale's Navy
    28. Search My Car
    29. M80 Ant Death
    30. Hialeah


    LP2
    1. We're An American Band (finders Lounge 10/9/82)
    2. Open Man (finders Lounge 10/9/82)
    3. Sub-human (finders Lounge 10/9/82)
    4. Hey Jackass (finders Lounge 10/9/82)
    5. She's Pissed Off (finders Lounge 10/9/82)
    6. Communist Radio (finders Lounge 10/9/82)
    7. Nixon's Binoculars (finders Lounge 10/9/82)
    8. Catholic Love (premier Club 4/12/80)
    9. Nut Cop (premier Club 4/12/80)
    10. Get Me High (churchill's Pub 9/21/96)
    11. M80 Ant Death (churchill's Pub 9/21/96)
    12. Mary Mary (churchill's Pub 9/21/96)
    13. I Led Two Lives (churchill's Pub 9/21/96)
    14. Flower Punk (polish American Club 9/26/81)
    15. La Woman (polish American Club 9/26/81)
    16. Jimmie B. Goode (polish American Club 9/26/81)
    17. Sub-human (polish American Club 9/26/81)
    18. The Car (polish American Club 9/26/81)
    19. Wooly Bully (polish American Club 9/26/81)
    20. Communist Radio (polish American Club 9/26/81)
    21. Open Man (polish American Club 9/26/81)
    22. Nut Cop (polish American Club 9/26/81)
    23. Kneecappin' (polish American Club 9/26/81)
    24. I Led Two Lives (polish American Club 9/26/81)
    25. Get Me High (polish American Club 9/26/81)
    26. Question Of Temperature (polish American Club 9/26/81)
    27. Party Line (polish American Club 9/26/81)
    28. Silly Drug Songs (polish American Club 9/26/81)
    29. Young Guy (polish American Club 9/26/81)

    The Eat
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  • American Folk Blues Festival 1964 (Pure Pleasure) American Folk Blues Festival 1964 (Pure Pleasure) Quick View

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    American Folk Blues Festival 1964 (Pure Pleasure)

    German jazz publicist Joachim-Ernst Berendt first had the idea of bringing original African-American blues performers to Europe. Jazz had become very popular, and rock and roll was just gaining a foothold, and both genres drew influences directly back to the blues. Berendt thought that European audiences would flock to concert halls to see them in person.



    Promoters Horst Lippmann and Fritz Rau brought this idea to reality. By contacting Willie Dixon, an influential blues composer and bassist from Chicago, they were given access to the blues culture of the southern United States. The first festival was held in 1962, and they continued almost annually until 1972, after an eight-year hiatus reviving the festival in 1980 until its final performance in 1985.
    The concerts featured some of the leading blues artists of the 1960s, such as Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, Willie Dixon, John Lee Hooker and Sonny Boy Williamson along with blues legends from an earlier period such as Sleepy John Estes, John Henry Barbee & Lightnin' Hopkins.



    Attendees at Manchester in 1962, the first ever venue for the festival in Britain, included Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Brian Jones and Jimmy Page. Subsequent attendees at the first London festivals are believed to have also included such influential musicians as Eric Burdon, Eric Clapton, and Steve Winwood. Collectively these were the primary movers in the blues explosion that would lead to the British Invasion.



    Musicians:



    • Sonny Boy Williamson (vocal, harpsichord)

    • Hubert Sumlin (guitar)

    • Willie Dixon (bass)

    • Clifton James (drums)

    • Sunnyland Slim (vocal, piano)

    • Sam Lightnin' Hopkins, Howlin' Wolf (guitar, vocal)

    • Hammie Nixon (harpsichord, jug)




    Recording: October 1964 live at Musikhalle Hamburg, Germany, by Peter Kramper

    Production: Siegfried E. Loch



    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. I'm Trying To Make London My Home
    2. Dissatisfied
    3. Everytime I Get To Drinkin'
    4. Ain't It A Pity
    5. Baby Please Don't Go
    6. I'm A Tearing Little Daddy
    7. Cotton Pickin' Blues
    8. No Title Boogie
    9. Slip In Mules
    10. Dust My Broom
    Various Artists
    $34.99
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  • The Sum Of Who We Are The Sum Of Who We Are Quick View

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    The Sum Of Who We Are

    Merging melodic pop rock hooks with rockin' riffs, Framing Hanley are poised for their big breakthrough with their
    upcoming album, 'The Sum of Who We Are.' Comprised of Nixon, guitarists Ryan Belcher and Brandon Wooten, plus
    drummer Chris Vest, Framing Hanley has steadily built a buzz, as evidenced by their earlier album's steady rise on
    the Billboard 200 Chart (2007's 'The Moment' peaked at #169, while 2010's 'A Promise to Burn' reached #57), while
    the song Lollipop went Digital Gold (over 500,000 copies sold).


    As a result, they have headlined and sold out venues all throughout the United States and the UK, and have toured
    with the likes of Good Charlotte, Sick Puppies, Saving Abel. Also, Framing Hanley has been spotted turning heads at
    such mega-festivals as Download in the UK and Soundwave in Australia.

    1. Criminal
    2. Twisted Halos
    3. Collide
    4. Crooked Smiles
    5. Simple Life
    6. Rollercoaster
    7. No Saving Me
    8. Unbreakable
    9. Science
    10. Streetlights and Silhouettes
    11. Crash & Burn
    12. Forever Till the End
    13. Castaway
    Framing Hanley
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  • Waiting For Columbus (On Sale) Waiting For Columbus (On Sale) On Sale Quick View

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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


    Side Two
    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


    Side Three
    10. Dixie Chicken (George, Kibbee) 9:00
    11. Tripe Face Boogie (Hayward, Payne) 7:02
    12. Rocket in My Pocket (George) 3:42


    Side Four
    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

    Little Feat
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  • The Last Poets (Out of Stock) The Last Poets (Out of Stock) Quick View

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    The Last Poets (Out of Stock)

    'An extraordinary distillation of fury and frustration. Instantly hailed as a classic, it has since been a direct influence on everything from gil scott-heron's small talk at 125th and lenox to public enemy's fear of a black planet.' -- uncut


    'Proto-rap prophets 'proto-rap prophets of rage... Their righteous indignation still burns' -- record collector


    Generally recognized as one of the first ever rap groups, The Last Poets' groundbreaking fusion of minimalist African beats with uncompromising lyrics dealing with life in the ghetto, civil rights and social injustice caused a major sensation when their eponymous debut album made the U.S. Top Ten album chart in 1970.


    The group's militant message and delivery, coupled with their support for The Black Panthers, made them highly controversial at the time leading to the group's second album, 1971's This Is Madness, being placed on Richard Nixon's Counter-Intelligence programming list. Their pioneering sound continues to influence today's funk and hip-hop scenes, with their mark being heard on countless black musicians over the years.

    1. Run, Nigger
    2. On The Subway
    3 .Niggers Are Scared Of Revolution
    4. Black Thighs
    5. Gashman
    6. Wake Up, Niggers
    7. New York, New York
    8. Jones Comin` Down
    9. When The Revolution Comes
    10. Just Because
    11 .Black Wish
    12. Two Little Boys
    14. Surprises
    The Last Poets
    $29.99
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Temporarily out of stock
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