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  • Rise & Fall Of Paramount Records, Volume 2 (1928 - 1932) (Awaiting Repress) Rise & Fall Of Paramount Records, Volume 2 (1928 - 1932) (Awaiting Repress) Quick View

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    Rise & Fall Of Paramount Records, Volume 2 (1928 - 1932) (Awaiting Repress)


    Six LPs, 800 Digital Tracks, Two Definitive Large-Format Books. All Housed In A Polished Aluminum Case Evoking The Era's High Art Deco Stylings And America's Own Machine Age Modernism.


    800 Newly-remastered Digital Tracks, Representing 175 Artists


    90+ Fully-restored Original 1920s-30s Paramount Ads From Chicago Defender


    6 X 180g LPs Pressed On Alabaster-white Label-less Vinyl, Each Side With Its Own Hand-Etched Numeral And Holographic Image


    250 Pg. Large-Format Clothbound Hardcover Book Featuring Original Paramount Art And The Label's Curious Tale


    400 Pg. Encyclopedia-Style Softcover Field Guide Containing Artist Bios & Portraits And Full Paramount Discography


    Polished Aluminum And Stainless Steel Cabinet, Evoking 1930s High Art Deco Stylings And America's Own Machine Age Modernism


    First-Of-Its-Kind Music And Image Player App Containing All Tracks And Ads, Housed On Sculpted Metal USB Drive


    Last November, Jack White's Third Man and John Fahey's Revenant issued The Rise & Fall of Paramount Records, Volume One (1917-27), the first installment of the curious tale of America's most important record label. It was called spectacular (New York Times), unprecedented (Rolling Stone), breathtaking (Boing Boing), a cabinet of wonder, indeed (Pitchfork), and the most perfectly realized attempt to combine music and documentation (Fretboard Journal) and damnedest musical objet d'art (Nashville Scene) folks had ever seen.


    Third Man-Revenant now presents the final volume in the Paramount story - The Rise & Fall of Paramount Records, Volume Two (1928-32).


    As Volume Two begins, Paramount is entitled to a breather - in the previous 5 years it's been home to giants like King Oliver, Jelly Roll Morton, Louis Armstrong, Blind Lemon Jefferson, Alberta Hunter, Blind Blake, Ethel Waters, Ma Rainey, Papa Charlie Jackson, Eubie Blake, Fletcher Henderson, Big Bill Broonzy, Roosevelt Sykes, James P. Johnson, Jaybird Coleman, Clarence Williams, and Fats Waller.


    But just as it seems the label might be losing steam, it begins a second act that threatens to dwarf its first. In its final 5 year push from 1928-32, Paramount embarks on a furious run for the ages, birthing the entire genre of Mississippi Delta blues and issuing some of the most coveted recordings in the history of wax - a staggering playlist including Skip James, Charley Patton, Son House, Tommy Johnson, Blind Roosevelt Graves, Willie Brown, King Solomon Hill, Tampa Red, Georgia Tom Dorsey, Little Brother Montgomery, Lottie Kimbrough, Rube Lacy, Meade Lux Lewis, Buddy Boy Hawkins, Ramblin' Thomas, Jaydee Short, George Bullet Williams, Cow Cow Davenport, Clifford Gibson, Ishman Bracey, Charlie Spand, Jabo Williams, Louise Johnson, Blind Joe Taggart, Geeshie Wiley & Elvie Thomas, and The Mississippi Sheiks.


    Paramount simply killed. But more than that, it changed how this country thought of itself. It was the first and most comprehensive chronicler of what America really sounded like in the 1920s and '30s - on its street corners, at its fish fries and country suppers, in its nightclubs and dance halls and showtents. In the process, Paramount - not some preservationist-minded enterprise like the Library of Congress - inadvertently created the most significant repository of this young nation's greatest art form.

    6 LPs feature tracks from the collection.


    USB Drive contains 800 digital tracks by 175 artists across the Paramount family of labels.

    Various Artists
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  • The (Kids) From The Brady Bunch The (Kids) From The Brady Bunch Quick View

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    The (Kids) From The Brady Bunch

    Love Me Do
    It's A Sunshine Day
    Keep On
    Playin' The Field
    Candy (Sugar Shoppe)
    In No Hurry
    Saturday In The Park
    Merry-Go-Round
    You Need That Rock 'N Roll
    Drummer Man
    The Brady Bunch
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  • The Rise & Fall Of Paramount Records, Volume One (1917-1927) Box Set The Rise & Fall Of Paramount Records, Volume One (1917-1927) Box Set Quick View

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    The Rise & Fall Of Paramount Records, Volume One (1917-1927) Box Set


    * 800 Newly-Remastered Digital Tracks, Representing 172 Artists


    * 200+ Fully-Restored Original 1920s Ads And Images


    * 6x 180g Vinyl LPs Pressed On Burled Chestnut Colored Vinyl W/ Hand-Engraved, Blind-embossed Gold-Leaf Labels, Housed In A Laser-Etched White Birch LP Folio


    * 250 Page Deluxe Large-Format Clothbound Hardcover Art Book


    * 360 Page Encyclopedia-Style Softcover Field Guide Containing Artist Portraits And Full Paramount Discography


    * Handcrafted Quarter-Sawn Oak Cabinet With Lush Sage Velvet Upholstery And Custom-forged Metal Hardware


    * First-Of-Its-Kind Music And Image Player App, Allowing User Mgmt Of All Tracks And Ads, Housed On Custom-Designed USB Drive


    How did a Wisconsin chair company, producing records on the cheap and run by men with little knowledge of their audience or the music business, build one of the greatest musical rosters ever assembled under one roof? The answer lies in 'The Rise and Fall of Paramount Records 1917-1932,' an epic, two-volume omnibus of art, words and music housed in a limited-edition, hand-sculpted cabinet-of-wonder, to be jointly released by Jack White's Third Man Records and John Fahey's Revenant Records.


    'Volume One,' which covers the label's improbable rise from 1917-1927, will be released exclusively through Third Man on October 29, and worldwide on November 19. The project is co-produced by leading Paramount authority Alex van der Tuuk, and 'Volume 2' will be released in November 2014.


    Paramount Records was founded on a modest proposition: produce records as cheaply as possible, recording whatever talent was available. Over its lifetime, the label would become a "race records" powerhouse, its sound and fortunes directly linked to the Great Migration.


    By the time Paramount ceased operations in 1932, it had compiled a dizzying array of performers still unrivaled to this day, spanning early jazz titans (Louis Armstrong, King Oliver, Jelly Roll Morton, Fats Waller), blues masters (Charley Patton, Blind Lemon Jefferson, Son House, Skip James), American divas (Ma Rainey, Alberta Hunter, Ethel Waters), gospel (Norfolk Jubilee Quartette), vaudeville (Papa Charlie Jackson), and the indefinable "other" (Geeshie Wiley, Elvie Thomas). Paramount would also directly influence the style of Robert Crumb and countless other 20th century artists and illustrators, through a series of hand-drawn ads promoting its releases in the pages of the Chicago Defender.


    The 'Rise and Fall' wonder-cabinet gives equal status to page-turning narrative and new scholarship; original and newly created graphic art; industrial design; and compelling analog and digital music experiences.

    6 LPs feature 87 tracks from the collection.


    USB Drive contains 800 digital tracks by 172 artists across the Paramount family of labels, including the earliest recordings of:
    King Oliver, Jelly Roll Morton, Blind Blake, Fats Waller, Ma Rainey, Blind Lemon Jefferson, Duke Ellington, Louis Armstrong, Fletcher Henderson, Alberta Hunter, Papa Charlie Jackson, Ethel Waters, Coleman Hawkins, Johnny and Baby Dodds, Bo Weavil Jackson, Jimmy O'Bryant, Buddy Boy Hawkins, Tiny Parham, Jimmy Blythe, and Jaybird Coleman.

    Various Artists
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    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP + 2 Books - 6 LPs Sealed Buy Now
  • Paramount Paramount Quick View

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    Paramount

    Pressed On Colored Vinyl


    At the apex of Fury's short and startling rise, from a providential birth in late 2013 through era-defining performances at America's Hardcore fest in 2014 and 2015, the Orange County five-piece has delivered Paramount, a debut full-length album of grace, erudition, and effortless virtuosity that guarantees Fury's induction into the tiny fraternity of epochal hardcore bands - e.g., Embrace, Unbroken, Mental - in whose sonic singularity and aesthetic intelligence the best minds of successive generations have seen themselves reflected.


    Paramount is impossible to characterize in the usual terms of A-meets-B direct influence: maybe you hear Burn, maybe you hear Outburst or Beyond or Supertouch, but no combination of such references conveys the subtlety of the songwriting, the precision of the musicianship, or the ferocity of Jeremy Stith's vocal performance, by way of which one encounters the best written and most cleverly phrased hardcore lyrics in recent memory. Paramount is, as they say in the groves of academe, sui generis.


    And yet to apprehend the lyric sheet's overt intertextuality (no less than Shakespeare, Don Delillo and Praise's Andy Norton, among others, are given co-writing credit), to hear the multiplicity of guest vocalists, to spend the 12 minutes required to read the voluminous thanks list - all this is to know, as the band itself surely does, that Paramount belongs no more to the individuals who recorded it than to the entire roiling, loving, terrifying, inspiring, hateful, romantic, literate, ignorant, fantastically dynamic culture that gave rise to it.

    1. Danse
    2. Thin Line
    3. Novo
    4. Damage Is Done
    5. In Extremis
    6. The Fury
    7. Death Yellows Life & Reason
    8. Leviathan
    9. Duality of Man
    10. The Feeling
    Fury
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  • Big Mouth USA - The Unissued Paramount Album Big Mouth USA - The Unissued Paramount Album Quick View

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    Big Mouth USA - The Unissued Paramount Album

    Jim Ford's previously unissued third album as it was intended to be heard, restored and re-mastered from one of the few existing 12 acetates in magnificent full stereo hi-fidelity sound. Recorded in 1973 with the cream of Los Angeles' session musicians, Ford's Big Mouth USA is a full length album completed for Paramount Records but never released until now. A twelve inch acetate of the album circulated among a few people at the label, but only a 45RPM single was ever commercially issued. Thirty-six years later, Bear Family Records is proud to present what was meant to be the country soul singer/songwriter's third album.
    1. Big Mouth USA
    2. He Turns My Radio On
    3. Family Tree
    4. Mixed Green
    5. Rising Sign
    6. I Call Her Baby
    7. If There's A Will There's A Way
    8. If I Go Country
    9. Big Boquet of Roses
    10. Whicha Way
    Jim Ford
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  • Hatari! - Music from the Paramount Motion Picture Hatari! - Music from the Paramount Motion Picture Quick View

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    Hatari! - Music from the Paramount Motion Picture

    200-gram 33 1/3 LP, mastered at Sterling Sound by Ryan Smith from the Analog Tapes


    Plated and Pressed by Quality Record Pressings


    Deluxe tip-on Jacket by Stoughton Printing


    Featuring Baby Elephant Walk


    Featured on Harry Pearson's Famous Recommended List of fine audio recordings


    Coming off a double Oscar win for his Breakfast at Tiffany's score, Henry Mancini produced this score for the Howard Hawks-directed, John Wayne-starring safari comedy Hatari!.


    This is at first a fun blend of jazz and Afro-exotica, jungle drums mixed with a classic bop combo. Elsewhere, however, the soundtrack opts for some pleasant, but very Western jazz, only stopping for the African instrument-sampler 'The Sounds of Hatari,' which features some nice treated piano. The filmmakers were probably hoping that the Mercer and Carmichael song 'Just for Tonight' would be as much a success as Tiffany's 'Moon River,' but if Hatari! is memorable for anything, it's for the incredibly goofy 'Baby Elephant Walk,' which has gone on to be infamous musical shorthand for kookiness of any stripe. - AllMusic.com.


    Now Music from the Paramount Picture score Hatari! is back bigger and better than ever! We've gone the deluxe Analogue Productions route - remastered from the original analog tape by Ryan Smith at Sterling Sound, cut at 33 1/3 RPM, plated and pressed as a 200-gram LP at Quality Record Pressings. Then packaged in a deluxe tip-on jacket from Stoughton Printing. A great title, a brilliant reissue. Exceptional!

    1. Theme from Hatari!
    2. Baby Elephant Walk
    3. Just For Tonight
    4. Your Father's Feathers
    5. Night Side
    6. Big Band Bwana
    7. The Sounds Of Hatari
    8. The Soft Touch
    9. Crocodile, Go Home!
    Henry Mancini
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  • II II Quick View

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    II

    As rock bands go, The Psychic Paramount is a rigorously all-in proposition. They make impact a state of being rather than a discrete event. As single-minded as the music may seem at first strike, it exists at higher elevations - of decibel, intensity, motion, color, temperature - and spills freely over the walls of genre, magma into new land. It is punk in its fury, noise in its rash extremity, and progressive in form. II is their 2nd studio album.
    1.Intro / Sp
    2.Ddb
    3.Rw
    4.N5
    5.N6
    6.Isolated
    7.N5.Coda
    The Psychic Paramount
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  • Meet The Brady Bunch Meet The Brady Bunch Quick View

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    Meet The Brady Bunch

    We'll Always Be Friends
    Day After Day
    Baby, I'm-A Want You
    I Believe In You
    American Pie
    Time To Change
    Me And You And A Dog Named Boo
    I Just Want To Be your Friend
    Love My Life Away
    Come Run With Me
    Ain't It Crazy
    We Can Make The World A Whole Lot Brighter
    The Brady Bunch
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  • The Lonesome Rave The Lonesome Rave Quick View

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    The Lonesome Rave

    Presumably born in Jacksonville, FL in 1893, Blind Blake came to prominence recording for Paramount from 1926 until the label closed in 1932. In fact, Blake was Paramount's best-selling and most recorded artist, with over a hundred sides to his name.


    The tracks on this LP were recorded in the Paramount Studios in Chicago in May of 1928, with blues singer Bertha Henderson on vocals on That Lonesome Rave, Leavin' Gal Blues and several others. Guest vocalists also appear on Beulah Land (Daniel Brown) and Elzadie's Policy Blues (Elzadie Robinson).


    Many of these songs have long been considered early American blues classics. Blake is best known for his development of the ragtime guitar style, the sheer complexity of which has baffled would be imitators for the past eight decades. His mastery of this approach was so complete that none have ever come close to being able to imitate him.

    1. Good-bye Mama Moan

    2. Tootie Blues
    3. That Lovin I Crave
    4. That Lonesome Rave
    5. Terrible Murder Blues
    6. Leavin Gal Blues
    7. No Dough Blues
    8. Lead Hearted Blues
    9. Let Your Love Come Down
    10. Rumblin & Ramblin Boa Constrictor Blues
    11. Bootleg Rum Dum Blues
    12. Detroit Bound Blues
    13. Beulah Land
    14. Panther Squall Blues
    15. Elzadies Policy Blues
    Blind Blake
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  • Downtown Blues (On Sale) Downtown Blues (On Sale) On Sale Quick View

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    Downtown Blues (On Sale)

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    African American singer and guitar player who got his start playing on the streets of Memphis around the turn of the century. His enormous repertoire of early folk, blues, old time country and popular music, along with his influence on local musicians has made many point to him as the true father of Memphis blues. He began touring the South with a black face Medicine Show comedian in the 1910s where it is said he met and influenced Jimmie Rodgers, among others. He then moved to Tennessee where he began playing with musician Dan Sane with whom he made his first recordings as the Beale Street Sheiks for Paramount in 1927. Throughout this period Stokes recorded a number of sides for Paramount and Victor until his old time style began to lose popularity with the record buying public.

    1. Downtown Blues
    2. Bedtime Blues
    3. Whats the Matter Blues
    4. Mistreatin Blues
    5. It Wont Be Long Now
    6. Nehi Mamma Blues
    7. I Got Mine
    8. Stomp That Thing
    9. 'Taint Nobodys Business If I Do
    10. Take Me Back
    11. How Long
    12. South Memphis Blues
    13. Bunker Hill Blues
    14. Right Now Blues
    15. Shiney Town Blues
    16. Frank Stokes' Dream
    17. Memphis Rounders Blues
    Frank Stokes
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    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
  • The Complete 1931 Session The Complete 1931 Session Quick View

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    The Complete 1931 Session

    Skip James estimated that he recorded 26 sides for the Paramount label in 1931, but no one has ever turned up more than the 18 songs on this LP in any form. This was the first comprehensive collection of James' early music, showcasing his piano playing as well as his skills with a guitar, and was essential listening in the 1980s. However, the collection was only partly successful on a technical level. Paramount had been notorious for using the poorest and cheapest materials in its pressings and later junked its masters. Based on surviving production 78s, the quality of this release therefore left a lot to be desired even from a historical point of view. Yazoo later upgraded and retitled the collection when better sources and transferring techniques became available (see The Complete Early Recordings of Skip James).

    -All Music Guide
    1. Devil Got My Woman
    2. If You Haven't Any Hay Get On Down The Road
    3. Hard Luck Child
    4. Drunken Spree
    5. Little Cow And Calf Is Gonna Die Blues
    6. Be Ready When He Comes
    7. How Long Buck
    8. I'm So Glad
    9. Cherry Ball Blues
    10. Hard Time Killin' Floor Blues
    11. 22-20 Blues
    12. 4 O'Clock Blues
    13. Jesus Is A MIghty Good Leader
    14. Yola My Blues Away
    15. What Am I To Do Blues
    16. Special Rider Blues
    17. Illinois Blues
    18. Cypress Grove Blues
    Skip James
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  • The Vanished Bluesman In Richmond The Vanished Bluesman In Richmond Quick View

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    The Vanished Bluesman In Richmond

    After their success with Blind Lemon Jefferson, Chicagos Paramount was scouting for more male blues talent, and they found it in 1926 in a man called Blind Blake (1893-1933), a sophisticated guitar player who was the antithesis of the Delta blues. In fact, Blake soon became Paramounts best-selling and most recorded artist, with over a hundred sides to his name.


    Blake, one of the greatest blues guitarists of all time, is best known for his development of the ragtime guitar style, the sheer complexity of which has baffled would-be imitators for the past eight decades. His mastery of this approach was so complete that none have ever come close to being able to imitate him.


    These recordings from 1929 are a collection of sessions Blake recorded for Paramount in the Gennett Studios in Richmond, Indiana. Blake is accompanied by Charlie Spand on piano on several tracks, the king of the 1920s barrel house piano style and one of the most influential piano players of his day.

    1. Poker Woman Blues
    2. Doing A Stretch
    3. Fightin' The Jug
    4. Hookworm Blues
    5. Slippery Rag
    6. Hastings Street
    7. Diddie Wah Diddie
    8. Too Tight Blues
    9. Chump Man Blues
    10. Ice Man Blues
    11. Police Dog Blues
    12. I Was Afraid Of That
    13. Georgia Bound
    Blind Blake
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  • Dear Friends And Gentle Hearts Dear Friends And Gentle Hearts Quick View

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    Dear Friends And Gentle Hearts

    After their triumphant return from a five year hiatus, American Steel are primed to build on their remarkable momentum and acclaim with the release of their fifth full-length, Dear Friends and Gentle Hearts. From the opening note, the album reflects American Steel's unique ability to deliver invigorating songs with an artistic approach that is lost on the majority of their peers. The album's penetrating songs, soulful choruses, and smart, constantly progressing guitar work combine to create what is by far the band's paramount achievement to date.

    1. Emergency House Party
    2. Tear the Place Apart
    3. Safe and Sound
    4. Your Ass Ain't Laughing Now
    5. The Blood Gets Everywhere
    6. From Here To Hell
    7. Dear Friends and Gentle Hearts
    8. Lights Out
    9. Bergamot
    10. Where You Want To Be
    11. Finally Alone
    12. Meals & Entertainment
    American Steel
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  • From Elvis In Memphis From Elvis In Memphis Quick View

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    From Elvis In Memphis

    Ranked 190/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.


    From Elvis in Memphis is the thirty-fifth album by Elvis Presley originally released in 1969.
    The recording of the album marked the definite return of Presley to non-soundtrack albums, after finishing his movie contract with Paramount pictures.


    Motivated by his early influences in country, rhythm and blues, and the latest music trend in Memphis being gospel and soul, Presley chose to record these songs at the Memphis-based American Sound Studio.


    Music on Vinyl now rereleases this classic on 180 gram audiophile vinyl.

    1. Wearin' that Loved Look
    2. Only the Strong Survive
    3. I'll Hold You in My Heart
    4. Long Black Limousine
    5. It Keeps Right On A-Hurtin'
    6. I'm Movin On
    7. Power of My Love
    8. Gentle on My Mind
    9. After Loving You
    10. True Love Travels on a Gravel Road
    11. Any Day Now
    12. In the Ghetto
    Elvis Presley
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  • Me You We You Me You We You Quick View

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    Me You We You

    For RocketNumberNine, capturing the spirit of the music is paramount and with their debut album, MeYouWeYou, the London-based Page brothers -- Tom (drums) and Ben (synths) -- invite you into their tribal Chingford roots, taking music forwards to reach where it came from.


    This is hard hitting, modern dance music played live without a single click track in sight. With a name taken from a song by space jazz crusader Sun Ra and musical influences from Detroit to London to Africa and beyond, RocketNumberNine, have spent the last eight years shaping, breaking and squeezing their sound into what it is today.

    1. Lope
    2. Rotunda
    3. Slide
    4. Steel Drummer
    5. Symposium
    6. Deadly Buzz
    7. Black and Blue
    8. Lone Raver
    9. Matthew and Toby
    Rocketnumbernine
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  • Infinity On High Infinity On High Quick View

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    Infinity On High

    Infinity on High is the third studio album by American rock band Fall Out Boy, originally released on February 6, 2007, by Island Records as the follow-up to the band's commercially successful 2005 album From Under the Cork Tree. Pre-production began in the group's hometown of Chicago, where writing and rehearsal sessions took place. It was recorded from July to October 2006 at the Pass Studios in Los Angeles, California and mixed at the Paramount Recording Studios in Hollywood. The music was composed by lead singer and guitarist Patrick Stump and the lyrics were penned by bassist Pete Wentz.
    LP 1
    1. Thriller (Featuring Jay-Z)
    2. The Take Over, The Breaks Over
    3. This Ain't A Scene, It's An Arms Race
    4, I'm Like A Lawyer With The Way I'm Always Trying To Get You Off (Me & You)
    5. Hum Hallelujah
    6. Golden
    7. Thnks Fr Th Mmrs
    8. Don't You Know Who I Think I Am?


    LP 2
    1. The (After) Life Of The Party
    2. The Carpal Tunnel Of Love
    3. Bang The Doldrums
    4. Fame < Infamy
    5. You're Crashing, But You're No Wave
    6. I've Got All This Ringing In My Ears And None On My Fingers
    7. G.I.N.A.S.F.S
    8. It's Hard To Say I Do When I Don't

    Fall Out Boy
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  • Alfred Hitchcock's Vertigo Soundtrack (Pre-Order) Alfred Hitchcock's Vertigo Soundtrack (Pre-Order) Quick View

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    Alfred Hitchcock's Vertigo Soundtrack (Pre-Order)

    Limited Coloured Vinyl: Solid Orange

    Vertigo is a 1958 American film noir psychological thriller film directed and produced by Alfred Hitchcock. The story was based on the 1954 novel D'entre les morts (From Among the Dead) by Boileau-Narcejac. The film was shot on location in San Francisco, California, and at Paramount Studios in Hollywood. It is the first film to use the dolly zoom, an in-camera effect that distorts perspective to create disorientation, to convey Scottie's acrophobia. As a result of its use in this film, the effect is often referred to as the Vertigo effect. Vertigo received mixed reviews upon initial release, but is now often cited as a classic Hitchcock film and one of the defining works of his career.

    On this LP you will find the music of the original soundtrack along with some bonus tracks culled from other Alfred Hitchcock films and even from the television series.

    SIDE A: VERTIGO - Original Movie Soundtrack
    1. Vertigo Prelude And Rooftop
    2. Madeleine And Carlotta's Portrait
    3. The Beach
    4. Farewell And The Tower
    5. The Nightmare And Dawn


    SIDE B:
    1. Love Music
    2. The Necklace And The Return And Finale
    Bonus tracks - Original soundtrack recordings from Alfred Hitchcock films
    3. Theme from ALFRED HITCHCOCK PRESENTS (Funeral March Of A Marionette)
    FROM THE TELEVISION SERIES
    4. Theme from DIAL M FOR MURDER
    5. Mouvements Perpetuels from ROPE
    6. Theme from THE TROUBLE WITH HARRY
    7. Juke Box #6 from REAR WINDOW
    8. Prologue; Duet For Four Feet from STRANGERS ON A TRAIN

    Bernard Herrmann
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  • Television City Dream Television City Dream Quick View

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    Television City Dream

    As the quintessential band of the pop-punk genre, Screeching Weasel posses a sound and style as recognizable as that of the Ramones, Sex Pistols, or even The Clash. In looking over their venerable catalog, Ben Weasel (singer/songwriter/guitarist) realized that the sound and appearance of one release in particular, Television City Dream, didn't quite measure up to the standard set by all the others.


    Due to this fact, Ben decided to revisit Television City Dream and create the album the band had originally envisioned. Of course amending the sound of the album was the first and paramount task. Justin Perkins (bassist) accomplished this by completely remixing and remastering all the songs from the original recordings, including five songs from the session that didn't appear on the initial release. In addition, the band resequenced the whole album to accomodate the five newly included tracks and to lend an entirely new feel to it.


    Finally, the original artwork was scrapped and replaced with brand new art much more befitting of what Screeching Weasel is known for. With vastly improved sound quality, additional songs and a whole new look, this incarnation of Television City Dream is essentially a new album altogether.

    1. Count to Three
    2. Speed of Mutation
    3. Dummy Up
    4. Video *
    5. Your Morality
    6. Dirty Needles
    7. Punk Rock Explained *
    8. Breaking Point
    9. My Own World *
    10. Outside of You
    11. We Are the Generation X
    12. Identity Crisis
    13. The First Day of Winter
    14. Crybaby *
    15. Shut the Hell Up *
    16. Plastic Bag
    17. I Don't Give a Fuck
    18. Only a Test
    19. Pervert at Large
    20. Burn It Down


    * Bonus Track (TVCD Outtakes)

    Screeching Weasel
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  • One Eyed Jacks (Bend In Cover) (On Sale) One Eyed Jacks (Bend In Cover) (On Sale) On Sale Quick View

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    One Eyed Jacks (Bend In Cover) (On Sale)

    Music Composed and Conducted by Hugo Friedhofer


    From the moment of their inception, some films are simply destined to become legendary in one way or another and Marlon Brando s sole directorial effort had legend stamped on it from the get-go. Based on the book The Authentic Death of Hendry Jones by Charles Neider, the film s first script was written by a young up-and-coming writer named Sam Peckinpah. It was subsequently re-written by Calder Willingham and then Guy Trosper. After viewing a movie called The Killing, Brando hired its director, Stanley Kubrick. By the time the film went before the cameras, Kubrick was gone and Brando was not only starring, but also directing. While the end result might not be to everyone s liking, the fact is that the finished film is oddly compelling, poetic, and sometimes completely bizarre, and fully deserving of its legendary cult status.


    The film looks gorgeous it was the final film made in Paramount s brilliant process, VistaVision, and the great Charles Lang was the director of photography. The cast also included Karl Malden, Katy Jurado, Ben Johnson, Slim Pickens, and the supremely weird Timothy Carey. There are some truly great scenes and some eminently quotable dialogue ( Get up off the floor, you scum-sucking pig ). But what gives the film a great deal of its luster and brilliance is the score by Hugo Friedhofer.

    1. Main Title
    2. The Kiss Of A Scoundrel\\persued\\by The Rurales
    3. Toast To Friendship
    4. Lonely Thoughts/betrayal And Capture (pt.1 & 2)
    5. Escape (pt 1 & 2)
    6. To Monterey/the Search
    7. Seduction
    8. Contrition
    9. To Point Of The Devil/gentle Visitor
    10. Dark Thoughts/necklace And Idea
    11. Confession/confidence Regained
    12. Finale
    Hugo Friedhofer
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  • Modern Sounds in Country and Western Music Modern Sounds in Country and Western Music Quick View

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    Modern Sounds in Country and Western Music

    Less modern for its country-R&B blend (Elvis Presley and company did it in 1955) and lushly produced C&W tone (the Nashville sound cropped up in the late '50s) than for its place as a high-profile crossover hit, Modern Sounds in Country and Western fit right in with Ray Charles' expansive musical ways while on the Atlantic label in the '50s. In need of even more room to explore, Charles signed with ABC Paramount and eventually took full advantage of his contract's full artistic freedom clause with this collection of revamped country classics.


    Covering a period from 1939 to the early '60s, the 12 tracks here touch on old-timey fare (Floyd Tillman's It Makes No Difference to Me Now), honky tonk (three Hank Williams songs), and early countrypolitan (Don Gibson's I Can't Stop Loving You). Along with a Top Ten go at Eddy Arnold's You Don't Know Me, the Gibson cover helped the album remain at the top of the pop charts for nearly three months and brought Charles international fame. Above a mix of swinging big band charts by Gerald Wilson and strings and choir backdrops from Marty Paich, Charles' intones the sleepy-blue nuances of country crooners while still giving the songs a needed kick with his gospel outbursts. No pedal steel or fiddles here, just a fine store of inimitable interpretations.

    1. Bye Bye, Love
    2. You Don't Know Me
    3. Half As Much
    4. I Love You So Much It Hurts
    5. Just A Little Lovin'
    6. Worried Mind
    7. It Makes No Difference Now
    8. You Win Again
    9. Careless Love
    10. I Can't Stop Loving You
    11. Hey, Good Lookin'
    Ray Charles
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  • Occult Classic (On Sale) Occult Classic (On Sale) On Sale Quick View

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    Occult Classic (On Sale)

    180 Gram Clear Vinyl


    The 'OCCULT CLASSIC' LP opens with the Rock City and
    AWOLNATION featured "Kill It 4 the Kids" single, whose
    whirlwind of lighters-up metal, signature bass growls and
    festival sized synthwork make up one of the release's many
    style hopping switch ups; including the Youtube flavored
    Baltimore Club of the "Dolphin on Wheels" collaboration with
    Dillon Francis, the rowdy dubstep-meets-drum & bass head
    banger, "Spitfire Riddim" with Madsonik, and the razor sharp
    bassline-backed electro thump of "Louder" with Tommy
    Trash.


    At times, the album feels like a snapshot of his adrenaline
    fueled live sets, which he's performed from some of the
    most iconic stages in the world (Coachella, Lollapalooza,
    EDC Las Vegas, Holy Ship! and the Mad Decent Block
    Party). In the midst of touring and working on music over
    the last few years, Kill the Noise has also received MTV
    Clubland's Music Video pick of the year twice (2012,
    2013), he's collaborated on official releases with Skrillex,
    Korn, Passion Pit, and Flux Pavilion, and he co-wrote and
    produced 2014's "Shell Shocked" from Paramount
    Picture's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles soundtrack
    alongside Wiz Khalifa, Juicy J, and Ty Dolla $ign.

    1. Kill It 4 The Kids (feat. AWOLNATION & Rock City)
    2. FUK UR MGMT
    3. Mine (with Bryn Christopher)
    4. I Do Coke (with Feed Me)
    5. Without A Trace (Feat. Stalking Gia)
    6. Tommy Trash - Louder (Feat. Rock City)
    7. Dolphin on Wheels (with Dillon Francis)
    8. Lose Ya Love
    9. Spitfire Riddim (feat. twoton with Madsonik)
    10. All in My Head (feat. AWOLNATION)
    Kill The Noise
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  • The Young Big Bill Broonzy 1928-1936 The Young Big Bill Broonzy 1928-1936 Quick View

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    The Young Big Bill Broonzy 1928-1936

    Big Bill Broonzy was one of the few country blues musicians of the '20s and '30s to find success when the music evolved into an electric, urbanized form. From his initial sides with Paramount in 1928, he followed the music's development closely. Switching to electric guitar and adding drums to his music in the late 1930s, he helped pave the way for the Chicago bluesmen that followed him. Even though his music continued to contain echoes of his rural background, Broonzy's reversion to a folk-blues style (popular amongst white audiences) in the 1950s was viewed by purists as an inauthentic stance. The truth is that experts have always had a difficult time classifying Broonzy's music. Even on the early sides collected on The Young Bill Broonzy (1928-1935), the guitarist alternates between standard 12-bar fare, brisk rag numbers, guitar and piano duets, and showcases of his flatpicking prowess. Regardless of the setting, however, one thing remains certain: Broonzy's guitar skills are superb. He was an exceptional flatpicker, capable of dazzling with rapid, single note runs. Proof is provided on I Can't Be Satisfied (with Hokum Boy Frank Brasswell on second guitar) and the classic How You Want It Done? Broonzy was also criticized for relying, more than most, on the key of C (favored by ragtime musicians), though a song like Skoodle Do Do demonstrates the guitarist's ability to construct an unconventional arrangement regardless. In addition to Brasswell, Broonzy is joined by Steel Smith (six-string banjo) and Georgia Tom Dorsey (piano) on various selections. Along with the companion set Do That Guitar Rag, this is quite simply the finest collection of Broonzy's timeless, early sides available.

    - Nathan Bush (All Music)
    1. Brownskin Shuffle
    2. Eagle Ridin' Papa
    3. Starvation Blues
    4. Long Tall Mama
    5. Good Liquor Gonna Carry Me Down
    6. Skoodle Do Do
    7. Banker's Blues
    8. Saturday Night Rub
    9. I Can't Be Satisfied
    10. Mississippi River Blues
    11. Hip Shakin' Strut
    12. How You Want It Done?
    13. Hokum Stomp
    14. Stove Pipe Stomp
    Big Bill Broonzy
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  • Elvis Is Back! (Pre-Order) Elvis Is Back! (Pre-Order) Quick View

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    Elvis Is Back! (Pre-Order)

    40 Years Later..... The King Of Rock And Roll Lives On!

    Friday Music Is Proud To Present His 1959 Rock & Rhythm & Blues Masterpiece Elvis Is Back

    First Time 180 Gram Translucent Blue Vinyl & Original Gatefold Cover Art & Original Front Cover Sticker Art

    Mastered Impeccably By Joe Reagoso & Pressed At R.T.I.

    Features His Classic Hits: Such A Night, Fever, Make Me Know It, The Girl Of My Best Friend, Reconsider Baby, Soldier Boy

    Elvis Is Back! is the tenth studio album by American singer and musician Elvis Presley. It was originally released on RCA Victor Records in April 1960. Recorded over two sessions in March and April, the album marked Presley's return to recording after his discharge from the U.S. Army.

    In 1957, as Presley's fame was soaring, he received a draft notice from the Memphis Draft Board, but was given a deferment so he could finish his latest film production, King Creole. During Presley's two-year military service in Germany, RCA Victor and Paramount Pictures progressively released material he had completed prior to enlistment. During his last months in the Army, Presley experimented with new sounds and worked on further improving his performance. He also prepared material for his first session in Nashville, which was scheduled to take place upon his return. Presley returned to the United States on March 2, 1960. The singer reunited with his original band The Blue Moon Boys, excepting bassist Bill Black. The first session was held on March 20-21 and the second session was held on April 3-4, completing the album.

    Elvis Is Back! topped the UK Albums Chart and reached number two in Billboard's Top LPs. Initially, the release received mixed reviews, but over subsequent years its critical reception became progressively more positive. The album was certified Gold by the Recording Industry Association of America in 1999.

    1. Make Me Know
    2. Fever
    3. The Girl of My Best Friend
    4. I Will Be Home Again
    5. Dirty, Dirty Feeling
    6. The Thrill of Your Love
    7. Soldier Boy
    8. Such a Night
    9. It Feels So Right
    10. The Girl Next Door
    11. Like a Baby
    12. Reconsider Baby
    Elvis Presley
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  • Getz Au Go-Go Getz Au Go-Go Quick View

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    Getz Au Go-Go

    Mastered by Bernie Grundman from the Original Analog Master Tapes! Only 2500 Numbered Limited Edition Copies Worldwide!

    It was one of those rare nights of absolute communication - the New York City opening of the New Stan Getz Quartet.


    Stan had chosen the Cafe Au Go Go for this occasion because of its fine acoustics and its intimacy. Atmosphere was paramount to the first New York presentation of the New Stan Getz Quartet and Astrud Gilberto because of the soft, easy quality of their music. Astrud had already won acclaim for her work with Getz in the album Getz/Gilberto (V/V 6-8548), which also stars Astrud's husband Joao Gilberto as well, and this threesome's single from the album The Girl From Ipanema was rapidly rising on the best-selling charts.


    This, is the stunning New Stan Getz Quartet with Astrud Gilberto at Cafe Au Go Go. Reflected here are the excitement, warmth and communication of that memorable engagement." -Gene Lees, from the liner notes of Getz Au Go Go


    Although the name Stan Getz (tenor sax) was initially synonymous with the West Coast cool scene during the mid-to-late 1950s, he likewise became a key component in the Bossa Nova craze of the early 1960s... Getz Au Go Go featuring Astrud Gilberto (1964) was the second-to-last album that he would issue during his self-proclaimed Bossa Nova Era- the final being Getz/Gilberto #2 [live] (1964) concert title from Carnegie Hall. ... the focus of Getz Au Go Go steers away from the Brazilian flavored fare, bringing Astrud Gilberto into the realm of a decidedly more North American style. That said, there are a few Antonio Carlos Jobim compositions - Corcovado (Quiet Nights of Quiet Stars); and One Note Samba - both of which would be considered as jazz standards in years to follow - as well as the lesser-circulated Eu E Voco.- All Music Guide


    Features:

    • Numbered, Limited Edition

    • 180g Vinyl

    • 45rpm

    • Double LP

    • Mastered by Bernie Grundman


    Musicians:

    Stan Getz, tenor sax

    Astrud Gilberto, vocals

    Gary Burton, vibes

    Gene Cherico, bass (1-3, 5-8)

    Joe Hunt, drums (4-7, 9,10)

    Helcio Milito, drums (1-3, 8)

    Kenny Burrell, guitar (1-3, 8)

    Chuck Israels, bass (4, 9,10)


    1. Corcovado (Quiet Nights of Quiet Stars)
    2. It Might As Well Be Spring
    3. Eu E Voco
    4. Summertime
    5. 6-Nix-Quix-Flix
    6. Only Trust Your Heart
    7. The Singing Song
    8. The Telephone Song
    9. One Note Samba
    10. Here's That Rainy Day
    Stan Getz
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