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  • Originally released by Herb Cohen’s Straight Records in 1970, Tim Buckley’s ‘Stairsailor’ LP gets a repress, courtesy of the brilliantly-titled 4 Men With Beards label Building on his folk successes, the album sees the singer take on a wider range of influences from jazz and modern music, with utterly startling results...
  • John Cale The Academy In Peril on 180g LP Originally issued in 1972, The Academy In Peril served as the second solo studio effort from former Velvet Underground eccentric John Cale following his 1970 debut Vintage Violence The album is an exploration of his influences and training in classical music and features mainly...
  • "Case History is the debut solo release from bluesy British singer-songwriter Kevin Coyne (originally released on John Peel's Dandelion label in 1972) Primarily just guitar and vocals, Case History is a powerful album from a very unique voice who was celebrated by musicians as wide ranging as John Lydon, Sting, and the Mekons...
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    Originally released in 1967, ‘Days Have Gone By’ is the sixth full length album from guitarist and composer John Fahey The album marked Fahey’s prolonged interest in experimental music, exploring various soundscapes and sound effects, blended with the more traditional guitar playing of his earlier output - a journey...
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    Last Night Blues by Lightnin' Hopkins was originally released in 1961 Joined by Sonny Terry this is a stripped down, soulful release with Sonny delivering instinctive accompaniment to Hopkins' fluid finger picking guitar and gritty vocals Reissued on 180 gram vinyl on a tip on sleeve with a paper and poly lined inner...
  • "Viva is the second release from Klaus Dinger's post-Neu! group Originally released in 1978, Viva is a stunning combination of washed-out synthesizers, swirling guitar work and Dinger's trademark motorik rhythms Featuring the classic 'Cha, Cha 2000,' Viva is another fine effort from one of Krautrock's legends and stands as a...
  • "Terry Manning is best known as an engineer and producer who spent the '60s and '70s in Memphis working for Ardent and Stax Studios on some of that city's most important records, from Isaac Hayes to Big Star In 1970 he cut the album Home Sweet Home and it was released on the Stax subsidiary, Enterprise Originally intended as a...
  • "This 1966 record is the first of 2 albums Percy Mayfield recorded for Ray Charles' Tangerine label A masterful songwriter who's touching blues ballad 'Please Send Me Someone To Love' was a number one R&B hit in 1950, Mayfield was Ray Charles's favorite author during the '60s handing him such gems as 'Hit The Road Jack' and...
  • "Good Times" is the debut album by Chicago harpist and vocalist Shakey Jake (uncle to Magic Sam) which was released in 1960 on Bluesville Recorded in New Jersey by Rudy Van Gelder with Brother Jack McDuff on organ and guitarist Bill Jennings rounding out the drummer less trio Reissued on 180 gram vinyl on a tip on sleeve with a...
  • "One of Nina Simone's finest recordings, this 1959 Colpix LP features the unique singer/pianist performing classic versions of 'Black Is the Color of My True Love's Hair,' 'The Other Woman,' and 'Wild Is the Wind' With supportive work from bassist Jimmy Bond and drummer Al 'Tootie' Heath, she also sounds fine on a few...
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    "Police & Thieves is a roots reggae classic by Junior Murvin originally released in 1977 which was produced by Lee 'Scratch' Perry (who also wrote or co-wrote many of the songs) at his legendary Black Ark Studios with The Upsetters The title song was memorably covered by The Clash in a very different arrangement than Murvin's...
  • Hammer And Nails is a reissue of the classic 1962 release by THE STAPLE SINGERS This album showcases the group in their Southern Gospel prime on the title track, “Gloryland” and “Nobody Knows The Trouble I’ve Seen” The group would go on to soul glory when they signed with Stax Records later in the decade but this is the...
  • 180 gram vinyl, full color gatefold sleeve with Flipper on tour game insert "Public Flipper Limited was originally released in 1986 as a double LP of live material culled from 1980-1985 The sound quality and playing are both a grimy, distorted mess, which suits the band just fine Always alternating between endearing and abrasive,...
  • JOHNNY JENKINS' Ton-Ton Macoute! originally released in 1970, is a classic Southern cooked blues, rock, soul and country album The recording started life as a DUANE ALLMAN solo record which were then taken over and completed by Jenkins and crafted into this release with help from future ALLMAN BROTHERS members BERRY OAKLEY, JAIMOE...
  • The Voice Of The Turtle is one of the most beguiling albums from one of America’s most legendarily beguiling musicians Originally released in 1968 on his own Takoma label, JOHN FAHEY credits some of the compositions and performances to the fictional guitarist Blind Joe Death, and some of the songs are actually rumored to...

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