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  • The Hot Spot The Hot Spot Quick View

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    The Hot Spot

    An amalgamation of swampy blues, jazz and rock - all mixed and recorded in a sparse, bloomy and eerie sort of way. This recording is just so damn fine, so airy and warm. And the musician's aboard on this Dennis Hopper film are a who's who, including Miles Davis, John Lee Hooker, Taj Mahal, Roy Rodgers, Earl Palmer and Tim Drummond. This has long been a highly sought after and collectible record among audiophiles. A true demonstration disc.


    Originally released in 1990.


    Miles Davis, trumpet

    Tim Drummond, bass

    Bradford Ellis, keyboards

    John Lee Hooker, guitar, vocals

    Taj Mahal, guitar, vocals

    Earl Palmer, drums

    Roy Rodgers, slide guitar


    This title is not eligible for discount.

    1. Coming to Town
    2. Empty Bank
    3. Harry's Philosophy
    4. Dolly's Arrival
    5. Harry and Dolly
    6. Sawmill
    7. Bank Robbery
    8. Moanin'
    9. Gloria's Story
    10. Harry Sets up Sutton
    11. Murder
    12. Blackmail
    13. End Credit
    Various Artists
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  • On The Spot On The Spot Quick View

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    On The Spot

    New Orleans' Grammy-nominated Hot 8 Brass Band release their fifth LP, 'On The Spot'. In true Hot 8 style, this album pairs hard-hitting, heart-on-sleeve sentiment with party-fuelling beats, hooks and grooves; raw funk and charismatic hip hop vocals mix with Big Easy jazz elegance. Expect unshakable horn riffs and bubbling bass as the record transports you right into the center of an electrifying Hot 8 party crowd
    LP 1
    1. 8 Kickin' It Live (Edit)
    2. Get it How You Live
    3. On The Spot
    4. St. James Infirmary
    5. Annie Mae
    6. Working Together


    LP 2
    1. That Girl
    2. Keepin' It Funky
    3. Bottom Of The Bucket (Edit)
    4. Can't Nobody Get Down
    5. Sweetest Taboo

    Hot 8 Brass Band
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  • Hot Thoughts Hot Thoughts Quick View

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    Hot Thoughts

    'Hot Thoughts', Spoon's 9th album, is the bravest, most sonically inventive work of their career, though keep in mind, Britt Daniel's already overseen a number of other reincarnations. With all due respect to earlier efforts that have made the quintet both critically acclaimed and a commercial contender, preconceptions about this band are about to be obliterated. That's not to say 'Hot Thoughts' doesn't have a requisite supply of infectious earworms but there's a lyrical bent that's as carnal as it's crafty, and a newfound sense of sonic exploration that results in the genre-smasher Spoon have flirted with in the past but not fully consummated.


    Produced by Dave Fridmann (Tame Impala, The Flaming Lips, Weezer, MGMT) and back with Matador (third time's the charm) helps position Spoon to mount the highest highs of their already spectacular career.


    We are overjoyed to be back in the Spoon business and in time for Daniel's spot in the pantheon of rock's genius songwriters was well established a ways back - with the crackling, incandescent, multi-dimensional backdrop conjured on 'Hot Thoughts', the lines between accessible and experimental become non-factors for once and all. It's pop as high art, delivered with total confidence and focus.

    1. Hot Thoughts
    2. Whisperilllistentohearit
    3. Do I Have To Talk You Into It
    4. First Caress
    5. Pink Up
    6. Can I Sit Next To You
    7. I Ain't The One
    8. Tear It Down
    9. Shotgun
    10. Us
    Spoon
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  • Hot August Night Hot August Night Quick View

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    Hot August Night

    In the summer of 1971, Diamond played seven sold-out nights at the famed Greek Theatre in Los Angeles to a rapturous reception. The following August, he returned for ten more sold-out shows, an event forever captured on the multi-platinum Hot August Night, a double-record set that demonstrated once and for all Diamond's growing status as a superstar concert sensation. The original Hot August Night recording from The Greek Theatre concerts was one of Neil Diamond's most successful albums worldwide, living at the #1 spot on the charts for 29 weeks, is one of his more celebrated and acknowledged albums of his career and arguably one of the greatest live albums ever recorded.


    The two unforgettable LPs are filled with Neil Diamond favorites such as Solitary Man, Cracklin' Rosie, Sweet Caroline, I Am...I Said and many more.

    LP 1
    1. Prologue
    2. Crunchy Granola Suite
    3. Done Too Soon
    4. Dialogue
    5. Solitary Man
    6. Cherry Cherry
    7. Sweet Caroline
    8. Porcupine Pie
    9. You're So Sweet
    10. Red Red Wine
    11. Soggy Pretzels
    12. And the Grazz Won't Pay No Mind
    13. Shilo
    14. Girl You'll Be A Woman Soon


    LP 2
    1. Play me
    2. Canta Libre
    3. Morningside
    4. Song Sung Blue
    5. Cracklin' Rosie
    6. Holly Holy
    7. I Am... I Said
    8. Walk Off
    9. Soolaimon - Brother Love's Travelling Salvation Show
    10. Encore

    Neil Diamond
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  • Woodstock 1994 Woodstock 1994 Quick View

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    Woodstock 1994

    Limited Edition Red Splatter Vinyl


    Red Hot Chili Peppers played the penultimate spot on the sites North Stage on the Saturday night, the first gig the band would play with new guitarist Dave Navarro, formerly with Janes Addiction. The performance saw the debut of new songs such as Warped, Aeroplane, and Pea although the songs were in the beginning stages and the lyrics were very different from the final versions. The groups performance at Woodstock 94 was a huge success and catapulted the Chili Peppers into a different league of popularity and record sales.

    1.Grand Pappy Du Plenty (Live)
    2.Give It Away (Live)
    3.Suck My Kiss (Live)
    4.Warped (Live)
    5.Stone Club Bush (Live)
    6.If You Have To Ask (Live)
    7.Organic Anti-Beat Box Band (Live)
    8.Aeroplane (Live)
    9.Blood Sugar Sex Magik (Live)
    10.Pea (Live)
    11.My Lovely Man (Live)
    12.Higher Ground (Live)
    13.Under The Bridge (Live)
    14.Me And My Friends (Live)
    15.Power Of Equality (Live)
    Red Hot Chili Peppers
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  • Why Make Sense? Why Make Sense? Quick View

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    Why Make Sense?

    Hot Chip's new album, Why Make Sense?, restates the band's intentions and redefines the very
    things that made them relevant in the first place. Its ten tracks shun modernist dancefloor tropes in
    order to flick through the dusty corners of the band's teenage record collections, back when they
    were experimenting with music on primitive computer programmes. This, their sixth album, comes on
    the back of the highly successful In Our Heads and a touring period that saw them headline venues
    such as the iconic Hollywood Bowl and close out major festivals the world over.


    Why Make Sense? represents the first time the Hot Chip live band has recorded together residentially.
    The result is a revelation. Alternately jarring and chaotic, pared back, thundering, then pulsating and
    gloriously mellifluous, the album confidently displays its influences: clattering analogue post-punk
    ('Why Make Sense?'), Philly disco ('Dark Night'), and outer-space acid dub ('Easy To Get'). The crisp,
    snapping '90s RnB of "Love Is The Future" calls in guest spots from De La Soul's Posdnuos and
    Scritti Politti's Green Gartside on vocals and arrangements respectively. The record even eschews
    Alexis' vocals in favour of a carefully chosen sample that adds huge clout to the emotionally charged
    core of the album, 'Need You Now.'

    1. Huarache Lights
    2. Love Is The Future
    3. Cry For You
    4. Started Right
    5. White Wine And Fried Chicken
    6. Dark Night
    7. Easy To Get
    8. Need You Now
    9. So Much Further To Go
    10. Why Make Sense
    Hot Chip
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  • 3rd Album 3rd Album Quick View

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    3rd Album

    Shocking Blue was a Dutch rockband from The Hague that was at their peak in the sixties and seventies and gained major cross-Atlantic success. The band was founded in 1967 and after recruiting vocalist Mariska Veres they soon became huge. With their single 'Venus' they became the first Dutch band ever to reach the first spot on the American Billboard Hot 100. The band had a series of subsequent hits but decided to call it a day in 1975. Their influence reached well beyond their generation: even bands like Nirvana and The Prodigy used Shocking Blue's 'Love Buzz'.


    '3rd Album' is strangely enough not their third full-length album but their fourth and was originally released in 1971. This reissue comes with six bonus tracks consisting of singles and b-sides and a gatefold sleeve.


    -180 grams audiophile vinyl

    -Gatefold Sleeve

    -6 Bonustracks


    Side A:
    1. Shocking You

    2. Velvet Heaven

    3. Love Sweet Love
    4. I Saw Your Face

    5. Simon Lee And The Gang (Instrumental)
    6. Serenade

    7. Never Married A Railroad Man *
    8. Roll Engine Roll *
    9. Waterloo *

    Side B:
    1. Don't You See
    2. The Bird Op Paradise

    3. Moonlight Night

    4. Sleepless At Midnight
    5. I'll Follow The Sun
    6. Blossom Lady *
    7. Is This A Dream *
    8. Poor Boy (Long Version) *

    * = Bonustracks

    Shocking Blue
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  • Scorpio's Dance (4 Bonus Tracks) Scorpio's Dance (4 Bonus Tracks) Quick View

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    Scorpio's Dance (4 Bonus Tracks)

    Remastered


    Shocking Blue was a Dutch rock band from The Hague that was at their peak in the sixties en seventies and gained major cross-Atlantic success!


    The band was founded in 1967 and after recruiting vocalist Mariska Veres they soon became huge. With their single 'Venus' they became the first Dutch band ever to reach the first spot on the American Billboard Hot 100. The band had a series of subsequent hits but decided to call it a day in 1975. Their influence reached well beyond their generation: even bands like Nirvana and The Prodigy used Shocking Blue's 'Love Buzz'.


    Although considered a singles-band, they released a couple of high quality albums. One of the best is Scorpio's Dance in many ways: Its cover has been chosen as one of the most legendary LP covers in Dutch pop history.


    Our audiophile reissue boasts the original gatefold sleeve and contains 4 bonus tracks that were not available on the original LP editon.


    * 180 grams audiophile vinyl

    * Gatefold Sleeve

    * 4 Bonus tracks

    1. Scorpio's Dance
    2. Alaska County
    3. Sally Was a Good Old Girl
    4. Daemon Lover
    5. Scorpio's Dance (Instrumental)
    6. Little Cooling Planet
    7. I Love Voodoo Music
    8. Seven Is a Number in Magic
    9. Keep It If You Want It
    10. Water Boy
    11. Send Me a Postcard (bonus)
    12. Mighty Joe (bonus)
    13. Hello Darkness (bonus)
    14. Pickin' Tomatoes (bonus)
    Shocking Blue
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  • At Home (Bonus Tracks) At Home (Bonus Tracks) Quick View

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    At Home (Bonus Tracks)

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    Shocking Blue was a Dutch rock band from The Hague that was at their peak in the sixties en seventies and gained major cross-Atlantic success!


    The band was founded in 1967 and after recruiting vocalist Mariska Veres they soon became huge. With their single 'Venus' they became the first Dutch band ever to reach the first spot on the American Billboard Hot 100. The band had a series of subsequent hits but decided to call it a day in 1975. Their influence reached well beyond their generation: even bands like Nirvana and The Prodigy used Shocking Blue's 'Love Buzz'.


    Our audiophile reissue contains both 'Venus' as well as 'Love Buzz'. Furthermore this legendary album features 4 bonustracks that were previously only available as b-sides on various 45's, that have been out of print for ages.


    Our audiophile reissue boasts the original gatefold sleeve and contains 4 bonus tracks that were not available on the original LP editon.


    * 180 grams audiophile vinyl

    * Gatefold Sleeve

    * 4 Bonus tracks

    SIde One

    1 Boll Weevil (2:40)

    2 I'll Write Your Name Through the Fire (2:50)

    3 Acha Raga (3:10)

    4 Love Machine (3:15)

    5 I'm a Woman (3:00)

    6 Venus (3:07)

    7 California Here I Come (3:15)

    8 Poor Boy (4:50)

     

    Side Two

    1 Long and Lonesome Road (2:44)

    2 Love Buzz (3:40)

    3 Butterfly and I (3:50)

    4 Harley Davidson (2:39) *

    5 Fireball of Love (3:00) *

    6 Hot Sand (2:35) *

    7 Wild Wind (2:15) *
    Shocking Blue
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  • Miss E...So Addictive (Pre-Order) Miss E...So Addictive (Pre-Order) Quick View

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    Miss E...So Addictive (Pre-Order)

    After a long winter of discontent, So Addictive finds Missy Elliott hoping to initiate hip-hop's summer of love. Miss E's third album is dosed with feel-good flavor and has more guests than the VIP section of the hippest hip-hop hot spot. Buddies Method Man and Redman bark across the bridge of Dog in Heat's canine funk. Jay-Z and Ludacris feature on two different versions of One Minute Man's scathing soul. Synths tweak and creak in rhythm as Missy unleashes a dreamy diss of those hopeless suitors who unload their cargo before they've sparked her ignition. Take Away features Pony man Ginuwine on a hypnotic slow-burner heavily reminiscent of Art of Noise's Moments in Love.

    When left to her own devices, as she is on Lick Shots (which jangles like Django Reinhardt on downers), Missy comes on like Schooly D, a fearless, female gangsta licking shots against anyone who dares cross her. On Scream a.k.a. Itchin' she breaks into a soprano. A 4/4 stomp is stamped indelibly across the ecstasy-holler song 4 My People (featuring Eve). Overall, it feels as if producer Timbaland has muted his experimental leanings on this outing with his favorite muse in favor of submersible club tracks. Musically, the bhangra beat bop of Get Ur Freak On is the standout. The spiral timing of Whatcha Gon' Do, the fret-skipping Slap! Slap Slap! (featuring Da Brat), and the sunken, drunken funk of the not-so-subtle X-hex X-Tasy are tied at a close second. -Chris Campion

    1. ...So Addictive (Intro)
    2. Dog In Heat
    3. One Minute Man
    4. Lick Shots
    5. Get Ur Freak On
    6. Scream A.K.A Itchin'
    7. Old School Joint

    8. Take Away
    9. 4 My People
    10. Bus-a-bus Interlude
    11. Whatcha Gon' Do
    12. Step Off
    13. X-Tasy
    14. Slap! Slap! Slap!
    15. I've Changed-Interlude
    16. One Minute Man (Remix)
    17. Higher Ground - Prelude
    18. Higher Ground
    Missy Elliott
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  • 19 (30th Anniversary Mixes) 19 (30th Anniversary Mixes) Quick View

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    19 (30th Anniversary Mixes)

    In April 1985 Paul Hardcastle's seminal track '19' entered the UK top 40 singles chart at #4. A week later it went to #1 where it remained for 5 consecutive weeks. Not even Duran Duran, on the back of the blockbuster movie 'A View To A Kill', could shift it! '19' was subsequently released worldwide, achieving overall sales in excess of 6,000,000 copies and hitting the #1 spot in 13 different countries as well as # 1 on the US dance charts and # 15 on the main Billboard Hot 100.
    LP1
    1. 19 [Destruction Mix]
    2. 19 [Ptsd Remix]
    3. 19 [History Keeps Repeating Itself]
    4. 19 [Cryogenic Freeze Remix]
    5. 19 [Inner Changes Remix]
    6. 19 [Electronica Remix]


    LP2
    1. 19 2.19 [The Vision]
    3. 19 [Welcome To Hell]
    4. 19 [NUA Remix]
    5. 19 [The Rage Remix]
    6. 19 [The Final Story Requiem]
    7. 19 [Jim Pavloff Edit]
    8. 19 [Demo]

    Paul Hardcastle
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  • Lost Voice Lost Voice Quick View

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    Lost Voice

    Toni Harper's two original albums Toni (1956) and Lady Lonely (1959).


    Toni Harper's childhood was made of the magic any aspiring adult artist would kill for: a platinum record, a performance at Carnegie Hall, evenings spent sharing a stage with such performers as Cab Calloway, and invitations to appear on television with Frank Sinatra, Perry Como, Milton Berle, and Ed Sullivan. And all of the magic unfolded before she'd turned 12 years old.

    The jazz vocalist, who now goes by the name Toni Dunlap, got her big break in 1945 when she went up against a couple hundred other kids at an audition held by choreographer Nick Castle. Harper, who had been a dance student of Maceo Anderson, passed muster as far as her dancing, but when she sang Waitin' for the Train to Come In, she had the audition sewn up on the spot. Castle cast her in his production of Christmas Follies, which was staged at Los Angeles' Wilshire Ebell Theatre. Harper drew enthusiastic reviews and went on to earn a platinum record when she was eight years old with Candy Store Blues.


    Harper paired with Herb Jeffries for You're Too Tall 'n' I'm Too Small, the number for which she later paired live with Calloway at Los Angeles' Million Dollar Theatre. Television beckoned the young singer and she was a guest on numerous programs, among them Sullivan's weekly variety show. When she wasn't appearing on television, she was singing at numerous New York hot spots that included the Apollo, the Strand, and the Paramount. At the age of 11, Harper topped it all off by singing at Carnegie Hall.


    Like many child stars, Harper's career slowed down as she began to mature. As a teenager, she was too old for the childhood image that had given her a great start, but too young to effectively take on a more adult image. She attended high school in Los Angeles, involving herself in such extracurricular activities as drama, choir, and the glee club. She continued to take professional singing jobs during the school's summer break. Having completed high school in the mid-'50s, and still hampered by her youth, she sang for the teenaged record-buying public. For a young woman of her age, One Hamburger to Go was more acceptable in the public eye than any of the more sophisticated songs that she would record in later years, such as Love for Sale.


    The vocalist got her chance to sing the more adult songs when she recorded for Verve. In addition to Love for Sale, Harper recorded such songs as I Could Write a Book and Bewitched, Bothered, and Bewildered. Backing Harper on her self-titled first recording for Verve were pianist Oscar Peterson, drummer Alvin Stoller, guitarist Herb Ellis, and bassist Ray Brown. The vocalist later signed with RCA Victor, recording for the label for about four years and ending in 1963. Harper quit the business in 1966 after devoting more than 20 years to her singing career.


    - Linda Seida (All Music Guide)

    LP 1 - Toni:
    1. Can't We Be Friends
    2. I Could Write A Book
    3. Gone With The Wind
    4. Singin' In The Rain
    5. Love For Sale
    6. Just A Sittin' And A-Rockin'
    7. A Foggy Day
    8. You Don't Know Love Is
    9. Bewitched, Bothered And Bewildered
    10. Little Girl Blue
    11. You Took Advantage Of Me
    12. Like Someone In Love


    LP 2 - Lady Lonely:
    1. Lady Lonely
    2. In The Dark Of The Night
    3. He Was A Man
    4. My Heart Is A Lonely Hunter
    5. The Lack Of Love
    6. Blue It Grows
    7. I Love The Blues
    8. You Taught Me How To Cry
    9. The Velvet Hammer
    10. The Other Woman
    11. Nobody Home But The Blues
    12. Busy Blues
    13. Love Has Come, Love Has Gone
    14. River Weep

    Toni Harper
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  • Diabolus In Musica Diabolus In Musica Quick View

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    Diabolus In Musica

    If, as some suspect, Beelzebub has a soft spot for hard metal, he'll be delighted with Slayer's raucous return to form on the group's eighth album. With producer Rick Rubin (Red Hot Chili Peppers, Johnny Cash, Run-DMC) back at the helm, the thrash-metal pioneers have trimmed the excess flab that weighed them down in the early '90s. Back in evidence is the clinical speed, power, and aggression that once made them metal's most revered extremists. But while their trademark breakneck riffing remains, Slayer reaches beyond the old routines to pack a greater punch. Love to Hate harbors a fat hip-hop groove, In the Name of God toys malevolently with grunge-rock flavors, and Point concludes the 11-song set at just under 110 miles per hour. Diabolus in Musica is an emphatic resurrection--and then some.

    --Steffan Chirazi

    1. Bitter Peace [Explicit]

    2. Death's Head
    3. Stain Of Mind
    4. Overt Enemy
    5. Perversions Of Pain

    6. Love To Hate
    7. Desire
    8. In The Name Of God
    9. Scrum
    10. Screaming From The Sky
    11. Point
    Slayer
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    Dying To Say This To You

    Dying to Say This to You is the second studio album by Swedish new wave group The Sounds. Originally released in 2006, the album blends Swedish-influenced new wave music with a sassy and spunky delivery by vocalist Maja Ivarsson.


    The album was recorded at Studio 880 in Oakland, California, and produced by Jeff Saltzman (producer of The Killers' Hot Fuss). Music from the album was featured in the television show CSI: Miami, the MTV reality show The Hills and the TV spot for Geico in the United States. In support of the album The Sounds played over 200 shows in 2006, over half of which were in the United States. Upon its release, Dying to Say This to You was well received by music critics.


    The cover depicts The Misshapes' DJ Leigh Lezark on the left and her friend Alexis Page on the right.

    1. Song With A Mission
    2. Queen Of Apology
    3. Tony The Beat
    4. 24 Hours
    5. Painted By Numbers
    6. Night After Night
    7. Ego
    8. Hurt You
    9. Much Too Long
    10. Running Out Of Turbo
    The Sounds
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  • Give It Away Give It Away Quick View

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    Give It Away

    After nearly a decade of plugging away in the Chicago soul scene, the Chi-Lites finally reached the charts in 1969 with the effervescent Top Ten R&B hit Give It Away. Hot on its heels followed this debut LP, a strong one thanks to the composing/performing/producing dynamo Eugene Record as well as the steady hand of producer Carl Davis. 24 Hours of Sadness is a copycat of their first hit, but just as enjoyable a performance and just as sparkling a production, while Let Me Be the Man My Daddy Was is a sweet ballad that avoids the expected melodramatic pitfalls. The group's runthrough of several Motown nuggets (My Whole World Ended, I Heard It Through the Grapevine, I'm Gonna Make You Love Me) is also surprisingly successful, with Record's crystal falsetto on the former making for a nice translation of David Ruffin's original. The quartet got a little groovy for That's My Baby for You,.... the Chi-Lites' first full-length was a bright spot for Chicago soul.


    - John Bush (All Music Guide)

    1. Give It Away
    2. Let Me Be the Man My Daddy Was
    3. My Whole World Ended
    4. I Heard It Through the Grapevine
    5. What Do I Wish For
    6. That's My Baby for You
    7. I'm Gonna Make You Love Me
    8. You're No Longer Part of My Heart
    9. 24 Hours of Sadness
    10. To Change My Love
    11. The Twelfth of Never
    The Chi-Lites
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  • Come Clean (On Sale) Come Clean (On Sale) On Sale Quick View

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    Come Clean (On Sale)


    Limited First Pressing Of 1,000 Numbered Copies On 180 Gram Clear Vinyl, Black Vinyl Thereafter


    Includes 4 Page Insert With Song Lyrics And Credits


    Featuring The Hits Blurry, She Hates Me And Control


    First Time On Vinyl!


    Come Clean is the the highly succesfull major-label debut and second studio album by the American rock band Puddle of Mudd. Originally released in 2001, the album's music was responsible for breaking Puddle of Mudd into the mainstream music scene. The album reached the Billboard 200 Albums chart peaking at #9. It has sold over 5,000,000 copies and was certified 3 times platinum by the RIAA.


    The lead single Control was also the theme song for WWE's Survivor Series 2001, which was critically acclaimed. The second single off the album, Blurry turned out to be Puddle of Mudd's most successful single, reaching No. 5 on the Billboard Hot 100 and No. 8 in the UK Singles Chart, and also winning an ASCAP song of the year award. Drift & Die was also released as a single spending six weeks at the No. 1 on the Mainstream Rock Chart. The fourth single, She Hates Me reached the No. 1 spot on the Mainstream Rock Tracks chart and won the ASCAP award for most played rock song of the year.


    In support of the album the band embarked on a European and American tour as the opening act for Godsmack and Deftones, and were also a part of the Family Values 2001 tour, alongside Linkin Park, Stone Temple Pilots, and Staind.


    Available on vinyl for the very first time, Come Clean is pressed on clear vinyl, limited to 1.000 numbered copies!

    1. Control
    2. Drift & Die
    3. Out Of My Head
    4. Nobody Told Me
    5. Blurry
    6. She Hates Me
    7. Bring Me Down
    8. Never Change
    9. Basement
    10. Said
    11. Piss It All Away
    Puddle Of Mudd
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  • Don't Smoke In Bed Don't Smoke In Bed Quick View

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    Don't Smoke In Bed

    Multiple Styles Displayed On Holly Cole's 1993 Sophomore Album


    Mastered By Bernie Grundman From The Original Master Tapes


    Plating And 200-Gram Vinyl Pressing By Quality Record Pressings!


    Old-Style Gatefold Tip-On Jacket By Stoughton Printing


    Holly Cole brings her own dimension to the tradition of cabaret, a strong voice that's still capable of nuance, an ear for quirky repertoire, and a light touch that keeps some of these performances floating just at the edge of irony.


    On her second album, 1993's Don't Smoke in Bed, Cole explores varied musical styles, adding pop, blues, country and a French ballad to her standard, low-key jazz. It's a favorite of ours, which is why for this Analogue Productions reissue we've given it the reissue treatment it deserves. Bernie Grundman did the mastering, from the original analog tapes, at his Los Angeles studio, giving this release a spectacular foundation. Plating and pressing on 200-gram heavyweight vinyl was done by Gary Salstrom and crew at Quality Record Pressings, makers of the world's finest-sounding LPs. Lastly, we wrapped up the whole package in a premium gatefold tip-on jacket from Stoughton Printing. There's nothing but aces in this smokin' hot reissue and the quality shines through.


    Holly's delivery of more traditional fare shines on Cole Porter's witty Get Out of Town and Kurt Weill's torchy Je Ne T'aime Pas, while she brings clarity, power, and anthemic passion to the surprising treatment of Johnny Nash's I Can See Clearly Now. She's generally well supported in this intimate set by pianist Aaron Davis and bassist David Piltch, while there's sparing and effective use of strings. There are fine guest spots by tenor saxophonist Joe Henderson, on Everyday Will Be Like a Holiday, and David Lindley, whose steel guitar contributes to the strange country music of Don't Let the Teardrops Rust Your Shining Heart.


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    1. I Can See Clearly Now
    2. Don't Let the Teardrops Rust Your Shining Heart
    3. Get Out Of Town
    4. So and So
    5. The Tennessee Waltz
    6. Everyday Will Be Like A Holiday
    7. Blame It On My Youth
    8. Ev'rything I've Got
    9. Je Ne T'Aime Pas
    10. Cry (If you Want To)
    11. Que Sera Sera
    12. Don't Smoke In Bed
    Holly Cole Trio
    $34.99
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    The Cats (Pre-Order)

    In 1957, the greatest year for recorded music including modern jazz, Detroit was a hot spot, a centerpiece to many hometown heroes as well as short-term residents like John Coltrane and Miles Davis. It was here that Trane connected with pianist Tommy Flanagan, subsequently headed for the East Coast, and recorded this seminal hard bop album. In tow were fellow Detroiters -- drummer Louis Hayes, bassist Doug Watkins, and guitarist Kenny Burrell, with the fine trumpeter from modern big bands Idrees Sulieman as the sixth wheel.

    From the opening number, the classic Minor Mishap, you realize something special is happening. Flanagan is energized, playing bright and joyous melody lines, comping and soloing like the blossoming artist he was. Coltrane is effervescent and inspired, hot off the presses from the Miles Davis Quintet and searching for more expressionism. The other hard bop originals, Eclypso and Solacium, easily burn with a cool flame not readily associated with East Coast jazz. Flanagan himself is the catalyst more than the horns -- dig his soaring, animated solo on Eclypso as he quotes Jeepers Creepers. The near 12-minute blues Tommy's Tune is the perfect vehicle for Burrell, a prelude for his classics of the same period All Day Long and All Night Long. The lone trio session, on the standard How Long Has This Been Going On?, is regarded as quintessential Flanagan, and quite indicative of the Midwestern Motor City flavor Flanagan and his many peers brought into the mainstream jazz of the day and beyond. One yearns for alternate takes of this session.

    The Cats is a prelude to much more music from all of these masters that would come within a very short time period thereafter, and cannot come more highly recommended. It's a must-buy for the ages.

    -Michael G. Nasto (All Music Guide)

    1. Minor Mishap
    2. How Long Has This Been Going On?
    3. Eclypso
    4. Solacium
    5. Tommy's Time
    Flanagan / Coltrane / Burrell / Sulieman
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    Stoned Age Man

    180 Gram Audiophile Pressed At RTI


    From The Original Master Tapes


    Faithful Reproduction Of The Original Artwork


    Mono


    Rooted in the steamy backroads of Texas and deep-fried at a Memphis recording studio, Joseph's Stoned Age Man was served up like a sizzling hot rattlesnake appetizer slathered in fuzz-blooz grease in 1969. Legend has it that the titles of eight of the album's nine songs came before they were written on the spot, which speaks volumes for the talents of Joseph (aka, Joseph Longeria) - who A&R man Steve Tyrell signed to Scepter Records after witnessing the Lone Star State bluesman gig with B.B. King and T-Bone Burnett. Brandishing his guitar like a Cro-Magnon's club, Joseph mixes his fuzzy licks with meat-grinder vocals as he loudly ruminates of fattened snakes, fish heads, mountains, cavemen and gumbo in the maddest peyote hallucination Alley Oop never had. Long revered among collectors, this fine slab o' rock gets its first-ever reissue from the original masters, pressed at RTI onto 180 grams of cold hard vinyl that'll rip your turntable from its hinges.

    1. Trick Bag
    2. I Ain't Fattenin' No More Frogs For Snakes
    3. Cold Biscuits and Fish Heads
    4. Stone Age Man
    5. I'm Gonna Build A Mountain
    6. Mojo Gumbo
    7. House of the Rising Sun
    8. Gotta Get Away
    9. Come The Sun Tomorrow
    Joseph
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    Stained Class on Numbered Limited Edition LP from Mobile Fidelity Silver Label


    Pioneering 1978 Record Planted Flag for Speed Metal, Features Crisp and Clean Production Unlike Any Other Heavy Album of its Era


    Band's Razor-Blade Logo and Studs-and-Metal Image Begin Here


    Deemed The Heaviest Heavy Metal Album of All Time: Last Priest Set to Feature Songwriting By All Five Members


    Includes Exciter, Better By You, Better Than Me, Beyond the Realms of Death


    Mastered on Mobile Fidelity's World-Renowned Mastering System and Pressed at RTI


    Judas Priest's namesake razor-blade logo is recognized the world over. So, too, is the band's leather-and-studs look, the roughness and rebelliousness seamlessly meshing with the group's no-nonsense music. Both trademarks arrived with 1978's Stained Class, a benchmark not only for the British quintet but for the international hard-rock community. Boasting cleaner, crisper, and more refined production than its previous efforts, the record became an archetype of the style that ultimately became speed metal.


    Mastered on Mobile Fidelity's world-renowned mastering system and pressed at RTI, this Silver Series numbered limited edition LP opens up the sound and spectacle contained within Stained Class like never before. Immeasurably more dynamic than the 2001 CD remasters and more transparent, extended, and immediate than the original vinyl pressings, the reissue brings the metal gods to life. Rob Halford's piercing falsetto reaches untold heights, and the crunch-and-burn of the dual-guitar interplay boasts realistic weight, balance, and tension. There's nothing like the sound of metal on vinyl.


    The last Judas Priest effort to feature songwriting by all five members, Stained Class briefly attained infamous status during the early 1990s after it became the subject of a legal case involving two misguided youths. Yet Priest's unanimous victory in court further reaffirmed the LP's purist, no-frills appeal and, moreover, drew attention to the symphonic precision and cleaver-sharp melodies within what Metal Hammer magazine declared "the heaviest heavy metal album of all time."


    At once visceral, complex, aggressive, sinister, and focused, Stained Class addresses topics such as death, victory, and the alien unknown with combustible relentlessness and instinctual passion. While the turbo-thrust gallop of "Exciter" and blaring momentum on "White Heat, Red Hot" rank as straight-ahead shots of adrenaline, the band displays a still-underappreciated lyrical intelligence on "Savages," the title track, and "Heroes End," all owing to long-view perspectives and Biblical imagery. And with "Better By You, Better Than Me" and "Beyond the Realms of Death," Priest cut two songs whose influence on the likes of Metallica, Megadeth, and countless others remains today.


    As metal journalist Martin Popoff wrote in his book The Top 500 Heavy Metal Albums of All Time: "The album was first and foremost a spot of production crumpet proposing that this kind of music could exist and thrive within the realm of armchair audiophile fidelity. This was applied nowhere with more force than within the tom-tom sound of drummer Les Binks, who holds the philosophical line to the briefly sparked Simon Phillips' version of the band, one record previous."


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    1. Exciter
    2. White Heat, Red Hot
    3. Better By You, Better Than Me
    4. Stained Class
    5. Invader
    6. Saints in Hell
    7. Savage
    8. Beyond the Realms of Death
    9. Heroes End
    Judas Priest
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    20 Jazz Funk Greats (Pre-Order)

    Pressed On Limited Edition Green Colored Vinyl


    Mute are delighted to announce a limited edition green LP reissue
    of 20 Jazz Funk Greats, the landmark 1979 album from industrial
    music pioneers Throbbing Gristle.


    The impetus for the record apparently came about from Genesis
    P-Orridge's mum's request that the band record something
    "nice". The tame cover photo shows the nattily dressed band -
    white disco jacket, comfy slacks, mini-skirt - stood amid flowers
    on a clifftop. The chosen scene of natural beauty was Beachy
    Head, a notorious suicide spot.


    20 Jazz Funk Greats' cheerful breaching of lounge jazz and
    disco contains some of the band's prettiest moments on songs
    like the breathy "Hot on the Heels of Love". Similarly "Tanith"
    and "Exotica" are gentle interludes in which TG's usual jagged
    punctuations are kept to a minimum. You could be fooled into
    thinking this was indeed easy-listening industrial.


    Pitchfork wrote that "20 Jazz Funk Greats finds the band waking
    up from D.O.A's dark night of the soul and feeling curiously
    frisky. Snacking on not only the titular funk and jazz, the band
    also takes touristic zig zags through exotica, rock and disco",
    ultimately describing it as a "kitsch detour toward mutant disco".
    Uncut Magazine wrote that "musically, it turned away from the
    precipice; not exactly jazz and funk, but sublimating TG's noise
    elements within electronic rhythms and proto-exotica." Dusted
    Magazine described the album as "a deliberate attempt to toy
    with the ideas behind marketing strategy and the purpose of
    musical genres."


    Pitchfork ranked 20 Jazz Funk Greats at number 91 in its list of
    the 100 greatest albums of the 1970s. UK magazine Fact named
    it the best album of the 1970s, writing that "This album is a
    rupture. It's an open crack into the unpronounceable dimensions
    into which tumble important streams of 20th century pop, art
    and underground culture, to seethe around each other, mingling,
    festering, sprouting new and unpredictable forms which in turn
    would ooze out to infest vast sections of what comes after."

    1. 20 Jazz Funk Greats
    2. Beachy Head
    3. Still Walking
    4. Tanith
    5. Convincing People
    6. Exotica
    7. Hot On The Heels Of Love
    8. Persuasion
    9. Walkabout
    10. What A Day
    11. Six Six Sixties
    Throbbing Gristle
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    Nefertiti (On Sale)


    Final All-Acoustic Outing from Davis' Classic Second Quintet


    Mastered from the Original Master Tapes: Record's Tonal Shadings, Gradations, and Textures Come Alive


    Confident 1967 Effort Steeped in Inquisitive Interplay and Subconscious Impressionism


    Nefertiti will always be known as the final all-acoustic record made by Miles Davis' classic second quintet. A thematic bookend to the preceding Sorcerer, the 1967 set shares much in common with its equally nuanced predecessor yet deviates by way of its focus on rhythm and exploratory soundscapes. The low-key music blooms with colorful bouquets of shadings, gradations, and overtones that on Mobile Fidelity's analog edition bring listeners to closer to the creative passions than ever before.


    Mastered from the original master tapes and pressed on 180g 45RPM vinyl at RTI, this collectable audiophile version of Nefertiti joins the ranks of eleven other essential Davis records given supreme sonic and packaging treatment by Mobile Fidelity. Afforded supreme dynamics and full-range extension, cyclical melodies resonate with a moody character and ambience normally only heard in small jazz clubs. Instrumental pitch, too, is spot-on accurate, a measuring stick for how all acoustic-based passages should be experienced.


    As he does on Sorcerer, Davis again cedes all compositional duties to his all-star band mates and focuses on his trumpet. Familiar albeit slightly dissonant, rooted in hard bop yet signaling the onset of fusion, the songs are grounded in inquisitive interplay and subconscious impressionism. Nefertiti reveals fresh devices and new directions every time you visit its cerebral worlds. And while each musician is given ample room to solo, the effort stands as an example of groupthink in that no individual stands out or shows off. The groundbreaking title track-during which the horn section recurrently repeats the melody as drummer Tony Williams and bassist Ron Carter improvise, thus inverting the conventional sense of a rhythm section-shines as a textbook example of such chemistry and unity.


    Throughout, the players' confidence, and Davis' trust in them, stamps every piece with rare self-assurance and authoritativeness. In particular, Williams and Carter bring rhythms to the forefront as the horns hypnotize and Herbie Hancock's piano points in several different directions like a compass gone crazy. Responsible for "Madness" and "Riot," Hancock contributes brief bursts of speed and slight aggression, but on a record on which complexity and introspection take precedent over blowing hot, the aural steam ultimately becomes opportunity for burrowing into unpredictable turns and deep grooves.


    Indeed, the thrilling sense of interplay and inclination of the ensemble to keep searching, moving forward in a concerted manner to uncover then-unheard jazz discoveries, marks Nefertiti as one of Davis' quintessential efforts. For historians, it's the signpost to the pioneering fusion the leader would begin to pursue with greater commitment on the record's follow-up, Miles in the Sky. For the rest of us, the album is music and music-making at its intriguing best.


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    1. Nefertiti
    2. Fall
    3. Hand Jive
    4. Madness
    5. Riot
    6. Pinocchio
    Miles Davis
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    A Wayne "The Train" Hancock album is as refreshing as a beer pulled from a tub of ice on a hot summer's day; dang if it ain't always a kick how surprisingly JUST RIGHT it is. Slingin' Rhythm is just right, a finely honed brand of juke joint rhythm sitting in the sweet spot of American music invention between country, hillbilly, jazz, and Western swing. And while Wayne is indeed a throwback, the funny thing is, the more retro he gets, the fresher he sounds. His songs about the everyday and the everyman, with their driving rhythm and live-in-the-moment vibe, have a character and passion that go beyond a particular time. With its emphasis on organic interplay and extended soloing, Wayne and his band drive the centerline between tight and loose. Like a latter-day Bob Wills, spontaneously calling out encouragement, or Hank Sr and Ernest Tubb effortlessly knocking out smile (and dance)-through-the-pain honkytonk, Wayne Hancock delivers an unvarnished, BS-free restorative.
    1. Slingin' Rhythm
    2. Dirty House Blues
    3. Killed Them Both
    4. Wear Out Your Welcome
    5. Two String Boogie
    6. Over Easy
    7. Small Bouquet of Roses
    8. Divorce Me C.O.D.
    9. Dog Day Blues
    10. Love You Always
    11. Thy Burdens Are Greater Than Mine
    Wayne Hancock
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    Genius + Soul = Jazz (200 Gram) (Out Of Stock)

    Legendary Rudy Van Gelder Recording

    Cut From The Original Analog Masters - Tape Boxes Included Notes In Braille


    This is the second title in the Impulse catalog.


    Ray Charles was best known for his work in the idioms of R&B, rock 'n' roll and even successful forays into country. But he also recorded influential jazz albums, including the groundbreaking Genius + Soul = Jazz originally released in 1961. Recorded at the Van Gelder Studios in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, in late 1960, Genius + Soul = Jazz was produced by Creed Taylor and includes arrangements by Quincy Jones and Ralph Burns. Ray Charles played the organ with three vocals (I've Got News For You, I'm Gonna Move To The Outskirts Of Town and One Mint Julep) and band members included members of the Count Basie Orchestra: Thad Jones, Joe Newman, Billy Mitchell, Frank Wess, Freddie Green and Sonny Payne among others.


    The record ascended to the No. 4 spot on Billboard's pop album chart and spawned the very first singles on Impulse. I've Got News For You rose to No. 8 R&B and No. 66 on the Hot 100. In addition, Charles' version of One Mint Julep charted No. 1 R&B and No. 8 pop and his rendition of the blues standard I'm Gonna Move To The Outskirts Of Town reached No. 25 R&B and No. 84 pop.


    Although Basie himself does not appear on the album, the Count was a major model as Charles assembled a full-scale, working orchestra. Basie also influenced his use of organ in a jazz context, and Charles was happy to record at the Van Gelder studio, where Jimmy Smith had recorded his classic Blue Note albums. Truly, as Dick Katz wrote in his original January 1961 liner notes, The combination here of rare talent plus uncommon craftsmanship has produced a record that showcases the timeless quality an innate taste that is uniquely that of Ray Charles.


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    1. From The Heart
    2. I've Got News For You
    3. Moanin'
    4. Let's Go
    5. One Mint Julep
    6. I'm Gonna Move To The Outskirts Of Town
    7. Stompin' Room Only
    8. Mister C
    9. Strike Up The Band
    10. Birth Of The Blues
    Ray Charles
    $34.99
    200 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Temporarily out of stock
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