Decided to rip my 1965 Jewel Records 45 of this track that I recently featured as Song of The Day. Both sides of the 45 are written by Willie Dixon, who is also featured, as I believe are Jimmy Dawkins and Cash McCall. 16 more words
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A melange of Samba, Tropicalia, Ballads and more from the prolific Brazilian songwriter.
Rip from an original Brazilian Philips Records pressing
Two of my favorites… 7 more words
This was originally released in an edition of 300 by RRR Records, in 1992. It features recordings with John Cale and Angus MacLise, pre-Velvet Underground, as well as other luminaries such as Tony Conrad, David Rosenboom, Jon Hassell, Lee Konitz, and, of course, Young’s wife Marian Zazeela. 188 more words
Real deal old school rockabilly from everyone’s favorite little mountain town, Asheville, NC. Not sure of the date on this recording, but I’m assuming it’s late 50’s. 78 more words
Today’s rip is from David Muse, best known as a member of the 70’s Top 40, soft pop group, Firefall. On his 1981 solo LP, Tonal Alchemy, Muse leaves the pop trappings behind, producing a synth heavy album falling somewhere between New Age, Kosmische and Balearic genres. 182 more words
320 Vinyl rip of Graziano Mandozzi, Bilder des Ruhmes, soundtrack to a theatrical production from Fernando Arrabal!
Since I couldn’t find a copy of, Bilder des Ruhmes, online, I decided to rip my slightly fuzzy copy to rectify that situation. This record is of special interest to me as a fan of Fernando Arrabal’s three surreal cinematic masterpieces, Viva La Muerte, J’irai comme un cheval fou (I Will Walk Like a Crazy Horse) and L’arbre de Guernica, (The Guernica Tree). 257 more words