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(all long out of print and sell for at least $100 more than this listing)

THE DOORS/Strange Days and Waiting For The Sun - JETHRO TULL/Original Masters - Creedence Clearwater Revival/Willie & The Poor Boys. Sealed 180 Gram+ Analog LP Long Out of Print . All have Limited Edition numbers -- only 5,000 were pressed of this collector's item. These DCCs LPs are becoming so Rare some are selling for $150 or more at the few Audiophile Retailers that still have any inventory left. Do your homework.



  Long Out of Print 7 GOLD CD SET (which sells for at least $100 more then this listings package price) including QUEEN/A Day At The Races -KINKS/Kinda Kinks - The WHO/Live at Leeds - JOHN MAYALL/Blues Alone - ALEXIS KORNER/R&B at the Marquee - TRAFFIC/Self-Titled and CREAM/Goodbye. - $199.99
Rare Long Out of Print (this set sells for over $100 more then this listing any where you can find these sonic masterpieces) includes CREAM/ FRESH CREAM DCC -MOODY BLUES/ EVERY GOOD BOY DESERVES FAVOUR MFSL - PAUL SIMON/ S/T DCC and CREEDENCE CLEARWATER REVIVAL/WILLIE AND THE POOR BOYS DCC - $199.99    


THE VOICE - This CBS Limited Release of Frank Sinatra's first Columbia recording is an exceptional collector's item on this Out of Print Columbia 24-Karat Gold CD. Sinatra sings "Try A Little Tenderness," "These Foolish Things," "Laura," "She's Funny That Way," "Fools Rush In," "That Old Black Magic" and much more. This was a Number One selling album for years and is a cover to cover Sinatra classic.
CBS LIMITED GOLD EDITION. DUETS I - DCC Sealed 24-Karat Gold CD -First Generation Numbered Series with the 24-Karat Pressing Number in the upper right-hand corner. There definitely was a Second Generation of this Gold CD that does not have these limited numbers embossed on the cover. Thirteen recordings of timeless Sinatra classics featuring the master of popular songs sharing the spotlight with the world's greatest musical talents. This 24-Karat Masterpiece starts with "Lady Is A Tramp" featuring Luther Vandross, "What Now My Love" with Aretha Franklin,"I've Got A Crush On You" with Barbra Streisand, "Summer Wind" with Julio Iglesias, "Come Rain Or Come Shine" with Gloria Estefan, "New York, New York" with Tony Bennett, "They Can't Take That Away From Me" with Natalie Cole, "You Make Me Feel So Young" with Charles Aznavour, "Guess I'll Hang My Tears Out To Dry, In The Wee Hours Of The Morning" with Carly Simon, "I've Got The World On A String" with Liza Minelli, "Witchcraft" with Anita Baker, "I've Got You Under My Skin" with U2's Bono, "All The Way," "One For My Baby" with Kenny G.

DUETS II - Duets II is another Hit for Sinatra and Company, Following on the heels of the wildly successful DUETS album, Duets II is a continuation of the theme of combining Frank Sinatra with other "name" singers. If you liked Duets I, you will also like Duets II, as it is equally as entertaining as the first.
Some highlights include "The House I Live In" with Neil Diamond, "Luck Be A Lady," with Chrissie Hynde (her low sexy voice grows on you), "Fly Me To The Moon," with Antonio Carlos Jobim, and "The Best Is Yet To Come" with Jon Secada. This is by no means all there is; every track is uniquely pleasing. What is especially enjoyable about this album is the finger snapping swagger that many of the songs impart - true Sinatra style.

'57 IN CONCERT- DCC Sealed Gold CD Out of Print. It is hard to believe and a shame that a live concert performance like this was only recently discovered. We're just glad it was! In 1957, Frank Sinatra was at his peak as a performer. He was especially energized by the presence of a live audience and even more so, with the great Nelson Riddle Orchestra wailing behind him. Although he slowed the tempo down in later live shows, on '57 IN CONCERT the highlights are the swingers "I Get A Kick Out Of You," "The Tender Trap," "The Lady Is A Tramp" are all electrifying. That's not to say he didn't include a few beautiful ballads in this program. The entire show was caught on tape by Sinatra's long-time engineer, Wally Heider.

THE SUMMIT - FRANK SINATRA, DEAN MARTIN, SAMMY DAVIS JR. - THE SUMMIT - a DCC Sealed 24-Karat Gold CD 79 minutes long - 2 LPs on one CD. This landmark never before available Live Recording of Frank Sinatra and pals, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jr., is a wild exuberant, and rare performance capturing these legends in top form -- camping, vamping, and hamming it up on stage. Recorded live at Villa Venice in Chicago on the night of November 30, 1962, this incredible recording runs a full 79 minutes on this 24-Karat Gold CD. The Summit includes classic banter between The Boys interspersed amongst all-time classics. Features the Martin performed tracks, "When You're Smiling" (which becomes When You're Drinking). "The Lady Is A Tramp" and "An Evening In Roma". The Sinatra crooned "Goody Goody," "Chicago" and "When Your Lover Has Gone" and Sammy sings "Out Of This Word" and his signature "What Kind Of Fool Am I" - $199.99


INCLUDING - ELLA FITZGERALD/CLAP HANDS HERE COMES CHARLIE - SONNY ROLLINS/OUR MAN IN JAZZ - SONNY ROLLINS/THE BRIDGE - SONNY ROLLINS/NOW'S THE TIME - SONNY ROLLINS/ SONNY MEETS HAWK - EDDIE HODGES/BLUES A-PLENTY - TUBBY HAYES/BACK IN TOWN - and BOB & RAY SPECTACULAR. Long Out of Print Audiophile Mastered directly from the Original Session Tapes onto a 24-Karat Gold CD Long Out of Print and a part of the Classic Records release of RCA's Living Stereo Series. - $199.99


Includes the following titles:
EXILE ON MAIN STREET - DECEMBER'S CHILDREN - OUT OF OUR HEADS - ROLLING STONES NOW - AFTERMATCH - 12 X 5 AND SOME GIRLS. -If you really understood how few vinyl LPs have been produced over the last 5 years you would never pass up any title to upgrade your collection. Each are very limited in their pressings and disappear so quickly from the vinyl market. Once gone they skyrocket in price since they're gone forever. Don't second-guess yourself because before you know it you'll never find it again.

EXILE ON MAIN STREET - Double LP Set is 180 Gram Heavy Vinyl Limited Edition pressing by Virgin. Digitally re-mastered by Bob Ludwig at Gateway Mastering, - Portland, Oregon. This LP is rated the 11th Best Album of All-Time (by NME's) and 12th All-Time (by VH-1) by the #2 rated Group of All-Time. The New Musical Express said of this album "10 out of 10" - stands as perhaps the band's finest hour - a sprawling, dense, yet propelling concoction of the romance with America's black music. Rolling Stone Magazine said "continual topping of one's self can only go on for so long after which one must sit back and sustain what has already been built and with Exile the Stones have chosen to sustain." This is a Limited Edition Album replica of Exile On Main Street specially packaged to simulate the original LP design with 12 post cards. Includes guest artist s - Nicky Hopkins, Billie Preston, Dr. John, and Al Perkins . The luxurious tumbling dice and loving cup portray their southern gospel leanings while their cover of Robert Johnson's "Stop Breaking Down" shows their undeniable respect for American Blues. EXILE ON MAIN STREET's Double Album configuration allowed the band to relax a bit and allowed less obvious singles to dominate the final mix.

DECEMBER'S CHILDREN - Digitally re-mastered from the Original Master Recording onto 100% Virgin Vinyl which is now OUT OF PRINT. This could be your last chance at owning this Stones masterpiece on vinyl. Don't Miss Out on being one of the last people in the world to own this pressing.
Before this 1965 blues-rock masterpiece, the Stones were the best of the many British bands living out their Muddy Waters dress-up fantasies. They continue giving new life to old songs, such as Arthur Alexander's soul tearjerker "You Better Move On" and the Nat King Cole standard "Route 66," but there are several exciting new developments. Keith Richards and Mick Jagger discover their songwriting talents, coming up with the enduring "Get Off My Cloud" and "As Tears Go By" as well as the under-appreciated "I'm Free." And drummer Charlie Watts focuses the swing-jazz fills that have defined the Stones as much as the writing, voices, and guitars. The group's third American album of 1965--ends up smoking like all but their very best. They open with "She Said Yeah" (a Specialty Records obscurity penned, under a pseudonym, by Sonny Bono!) before laying down a leering "Talkin' 'Bout You," a frenetic "I'm Movin' On" and their most consistent, varied list of originals yet. Other tracks are "As Tears Go By - "Get Off of My Cloud," "Gotta Get Away," "I'm Free" and "Blue Turns to Grey".


OUT OF OUR HEADS - In the few months since the release of NOW!, the Stone's sound had grown harder; even a ballad like "That's How Strong My Love Is" attains a rumble that'll make you think a big truck is driving by your house. OUT OF OUR HEADS was released in the U.S. on July 30, 1965. It includes the most famous of all rock and Stones tracks (Satisfaction), as well as The Last Time but this album has the best of the great Stones seconds - those tracks that formed the basis of the original band - not the AM hits - but the developing expertise and taste that eventually gave us the great songwriting and sense of outrage that was The Rolling Stones. This album is also memorable for the seven titles penned by Jagger and Richards (the first time their own compositions dominated an album). Tracks include: "One More Try," "The Spider And The Fly," "Cry To Me," "Good Times" "Satisfaction," "Mercy, Mercy," "I'm All Right," "Play With Fire," "Hitch Hike."

NOW - The covers on this 1965 gem are a bit more obscure than on the Stones' first two long-players, not a bad thing for a band still getting its writing chops together (if admirably; "Heart of Stone" and "Surprise, Surprise" are particularly strong). If there were still doubts that these London kids had any business playing this music, a casually scorching "Down the Road Apiece" should have allayed them. Probably Brian's best work with the Stones as a Blues player -- the last album to present themselves as such before the mega hits. "Little Red Rooster" is one of the highlights for it's threatening slide and even powerful vocal. The Chuck Berry covers are always some of the Stones best tracks always fun (with attitude) A lost gem,'Heart of Stone" seems to have been an effort the band was setting fire to. The lead guitar on the break is some of the best found on any Stones work. It appears that Brian and Keith trade off lead parts although it may well have been just Brian.(playing a white Vox "tear drop" guitar.) For anyone who used to like the Stones when they were really the "Rolling Stones"--. this album is a must. Brian Jones at his guitar playing best, maybe the Stones best (and last) Blues albums ever.

AFTERMATH - This 1966 album was The Stones release before The Beatles put out SGT. PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND. There was always a competition between the release of a Stones album and the release of a Beatles album as to what transition rock and roll was going to take with each one of their releases. On this Rolling Stones release, AFTERMATH, everyone was blown away by an 11-minute song called GOING HOME (was originally a 2-minute song but they started jamming in the studio and let it go on in one take). If you were around during that era, no song on the radio was over 3 minutes and everybody would wait intently until 12 midnight when the FM stations would play this 11-minute song. This 11-minute song established a whole new gendre of long songs released on albums. The album starts off with Brian Jones opening PAINTED BLACK which remains a dark classic, more for its spooky sitar than for Jagger's psychedelia. For the most part, earlier Stones records were 99% derivative of American Blues/RB. AFTERMATH changed all that with songs like STUPID GIRL - LADY JANE - DONCHA BOTHER ME - THINK - FLIGHT 505 - HIGH AND DRY - IT'S NOT EASY - I AM WAITING and the rock staple classic - UNDER MY THUMB making AFTERMATH one of the most musically colorful LPs The Stones ever recorded. Simply a cover to cover classic.

12 x 5 - The best of the Stones' first three albums of hopped-up R&B, 12 x 5 hints at why there was more to this quintet than to blues-reviving brothers like the Yardbirds and the Animals. From the opening version of Chuck Berry's "Around and Around," Mick Jagger sings with a charismatic mixture of sexuality and menace. Keith Richards shows a rare blues man's confidence. The second LP isssued in October 1964 by the Stones in the US was in fact an amalgamation of a UK extended play (Five by Five), 3 tracks from the second UK LP(Rolling Stones 2), a UK "A" side, a US "A" side and 2 UK "B" sides. At the heart of the LP are the five EP tracks, all recorded at the Chess studios in Chicago. The band approaches the songs with confidence including two Jagger-Richard compositions. From the same Chess sessions and included here is It's All Over Now a UK number one although it only reached a disappointing 26 in the US. This Bobby Womack song is a Stones classic and the outstanding track on the album. The remaining tracks were recorded in London and are a mixture of covers and Jagger-Richard compositions. The strongest being the self penned Good Times, Bad Times and a cover version of Susie Q. The US single Time Is On My Side, with a notable organ backing by Ian Stewart rounds things off.

SOME GIRLS is 180 Gram Heavy Vinyl Limited Edition pressing by Virgin/EMI. Digitally re-mastered by Bob Ludwig at Gateway Mastering, - Portland, Oregon. Long Out of Print and a part of the Very Limited Edition 5,000 LP Millennium Series put out by EMI
SOME GIRLS, includes the hits "Beast of Burden" and "Shattered" and one of the biggest selling singles of The Rolling Stones career -- the disco crossover -- "Miss You". The title track caused its share of controversy when its lyrics were attacked as sexist and racist. Possibly fearing the aging dinosaur label the hunk climate of 1978 New York City SOME GIRLS rocked harder and more consistently than most Stones Albums of the seventies. Revitalized by the chummy guitar dynamic between Keith Richards' impressionist riffs and Ronnie Woods' perfectionist lead work, the Album's merit is in the diversity of its tracks. Starting with the disco elixir of "Miss You," SOME GIRLS marked new territory for the band. As Ronnie's second Album as an official member, the Album showed that The Stones' sound had reworked itself proving there was more to their dynamic than just White Boy Blues. The range of Ronnie's guitar work spans from the searing country lead in "Far Away Eyes" to the near rockabilly twang in "Shattered" and finds The Stones tighter and more excited than on their previous albums. From placing their stamp on The Temptations "Just My Imagination" to the big city neurosis of "When The Whip Comes Down" and "Shattered" 1978 SOME GIRLS is a wild rumpus throughout. The New Musical Express gave this LP an excellent rating.


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