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"1960 Rock N Roll Era Box Set by Time Life Music (2 LPs)" - Product Image
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"1960 Rock N Roll Era Box Set by Time Life Music (2 LPs)"

Digital Remaster LP Pressing. Artists and Tracks Include: The Ventures "Walk - Don't Run" - Sam Cooke "Wonderful World" - The Drifters "Save The Last Dance For Me" - Roy Orbison "Only The Lonely" - Fats Domino "Walking To New Orleans" - Sam Cooke "Chain Gang" - Maurice Williams "Stay" - Neil Sedaka "Calendar Girl" - The Safaris "Image Of A Girl"
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"Aretha Franklin, Soul 69 - 180 Gram LP"

ARETHA FRANKLIN - Soul 69 - THIS IS OUR LAST COPY OF THIS AUDIOPHILE LIMITED EDITION PRESSING FROM 2002. IT'A NOW OUT OF PRINT AND ONCE SOLD GONE FOREVER. 180 Gram Limited Edition classic LP high-definition Virgin Heavy Vinyl pressing for superior fidelity. The nicest thing you can do for your stylus and your ears. The ultimate record -- the way music was meant to be heard and of superior quality for any Audiophile. This is one of her most-overlooked '60s albums, on which she presented some of her jazziest material, despite the title. None of these cuts were significant hits, and none were Aretha originals. But she displayed her characteristically-eclectic taste in choice material, picking compositions by Percy Mayfield, Sam Cooke, Smokey Robinson and, at the most pop-oriented end of her spectrum, John Hartford's "Gentle on My Mind" and Bob Lind's "Elusive Butterfly." Her vocals are consistently passionate and first-rate, as is the musicianship. Track Listings 1. Ramblin' 2. Today I Sing The Blues 3. River's Invitation 4. Pitiful 5. Crazy He Calls Me 6. Bring It On Home To Me 7. The Tracks Of My Tears 8. If You Gotta Make a Fool of Somebody 9. Gentle on My Mind 10. So Long 11. I'll Never Be Free 12. Elusive Butterfly A SONIC WORK OF ART. This is a Limited Edition gem. International Buyers - Please Note: Import duties, taxes, and charges are not included in the item price or shipping cost. These charges are the buyer's responsibility. Please check with your country's customs office to determine what these additional costs will be prior to bidding or buying. Note: It's illegal to falsify customs decla34rations or mark an item as a "gift" in order to avoid customs fees INTERNATIONAL BUYERS NEED TO BE AWARE OF THE CUSTOM'S TAXES IN THEIR OWN COUNTRY AND KNOW THEY (AS THE BUYER) ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR CUSTOMS TAXES. OUT OF PRINT PRODUCT is IRREPLACEABLE and therefore NOT RETURNABLE. USA SHIPPING: We box/package protectively - Ship UPS Ground/Insured within Continental USA - Hawaii/Alaska by mail. We accept PayPal ONLY WITH CONFIRMED SHIPPING ADDRESS INT'L SHIPPING: We box/package protectively for safe world-wide shipping. When accepting PayPal, ship ONLY WITH EXPRESS MAIL FULLY INSURED or PRIORITY MAIL FULLY INSURED - Because of Postal Regulations, U.K., CHILE & MEXICO EXPRESS ONLY if over $80.00. International Buyers are responsible for their country's Customs Fees.
SKU Number: DOLP 4MEN111
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"B.B. King, Lucille - CURRENTLY OUT OF STOCK" - Product Image
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"B.B. King, Lucille - CURRENTLY OUT OF STOCK"

MFSL 24K Gold Near Mint+ Open CD Track listing 1. Lucille 2. You Move Me So 3. Country Girl 4. No Money No Luck 5. I Need Your Love 6. Rainin' All The Time 7. I'm With You 8. Stop Putting The Hurt On Me 9. Watch Yourself Details Contributing artists: Lloyd Glenn Producer: Bob Thiele Distributor: n/a Recording type: Studio Recording mode: Stereo SPAR Code: AAD Album notes Personnel: B.B. King (vocals, guitar); Maxwell Davis (leader, organ); Irving Ashby (guitar); Bobby Forte (tenor saxophone); Cecil McNeely, Bob McNeely (saxophone); Mel Moore (trumpet); John Ewing (trombone); Lloyd Glenn (piano); David Allen (bass); Jesse Sailes (drums). Recorded on December 18 & 20, 1967. Includes liner notes by Sheldon Harris. In December 1967, B.B. King entered the studio with noted jazz producer Bob Thiele to record what eventually became LUCILLE. Named after King's guitar, this record finds B.B. adding some fresh ingredients to his already potent stew of traditional blues. With its biting brass and female back-up singers, "You Move Me So" is a funky, spiritual workout, whereas "I Need Your Love" finds King combining Sam Cooke-flavored vocalizing with a dash of rambling country-flavored piano. As for the blues, Riley B. King has 'em and isn't afraid to share. He digs deep and bathes Ivory Joe Hunter's "No Money No Luck" in heavy pathos. The title track is the most impressive and spontaneous number on this record despite its near-ten-minute length. Done in a talking blues style, "Lucille" started out with King telling the story of his guitar while noodling around on her during a break. Correctly sensing that blues gold was being freshly served up, an excited Thiele had the engineer flip on the record button, preserving a conversation between a man and his guitar for posterity.
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"B.B. King, Lucille - Factory Sealed MFSL Gold CD - CURRENTLY OUT OF STOCK" - Product Image
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"B.B. King, Lucille - Factory Sealed MFSL Gold CD - CURRENTLY OUT OF STOCK"

MFSL 24K Gold CD Track listing 1. Lucille 2. You Move Me So 3. Country Girl 4. No Money No Luck 5. I Need Your Love 6. Rainin' All The Time 7. I'm With You 8. Stop Putting The Hurt On Me 9. Watch Yourself Details Contributing artists: Lloyd Glenn Producer: Bob Thiele Distributor: n/a Recording type: Studio Recording mode: Stereo SPAR Code: AAD Album notes Personnel: B.B. King (vocals, guitar); Maxwell Davis (leader, organ); Irving Ashby (guitar); Bobby Forte (tenor saxophone); Cecil McNeely, Bob McNeely (saxophone); Mel Moore (trumpet); John Ewing (trombone); Lloyd Glenn (piano); David Allen (bass); Jesse Sailes (drums). Recorded on December 18 & 20, 1967. Includes liner notes by Sheldon Harris. In December 1967, B.B. King entered the studio with noted jazz producer Bob Thiele to record what eventually became LUCILLE. Named after King's guitar, this record finds B.B. adding some fresh ingredients to his already potent stew of traditional blues. With its biting brass and female back-up singers, "You Move Me So" is a funky, spiritual workout, whereas "I Need Your Love" finds King combining Sam Cooke-flavored vocalizing with a dash of rambling country-flavored piano. As for the blues, Riley B. King has 'em and isn't afraid to share. He digs deep and bathes Ivory Joe Hunter's "No Money No Luck" in heavy pathos. The title track is the most impressive and spontaneous number on this record despite its near-ten-minute length. Done in a talking blues style, "Lucille" started out with King telling the story of his guitar while noodling around on her during a break. Correctly sensing that blues gold was being freshly served up, an excited Thiele had the engineer flip on the record button, preserving a conversation between a man and his guitar for posterity.
SKU Number: UDCD 659
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"Otis Redding, Pain In My Heart (Includes: These Arms Of Mine)" - Product Image
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"Otis Redding, Pain In My Heart (Includes: These Arms Of Mine)"

PAIN IN MY HEART - Like most R&B albums of the early 1960s, Otis Redding's 1964 debut was a mixture of the artist's contemporary hits and covers of popular hits of the day. As with many early Stax full-lengths, this album was built around the success of a couple hits. In this case, it was a pair of soulful ballads. What had originally been a recording session for Johnny Jenkins & The Pinetoppers (for whom Otis was the vocalist) in 1962 resulted in Otis introducing "These Arms of Mine." It was released at the end of the year and went on to become a Top 20 R&B hit, followed by "Pain In My Heart" in 1963. Another session in January 1964 produced the rest of the tracks, most of them covers. There are songs by two of Otis' heroes, Sam Cooke's "You Send Me" and Little Richard's "Lucille," as well as renditions of "Stand By Me," "I Need Your Lovin'," "Louie Louie," and Rufus Thomas' "The Dog." While some of it is unremarkable filler material, Redding's "Something Is Worrying Me" and worth the price of admission alone is the underrated "Security," which was the first in a string of great up-tempo Redding originals make this disc worth a listen. The backing band is Stax's legendary rhythm section, Booker T. & the MG's, with horns provided by the Mar-Keys. Jenkins plays guitar on "These Arms of Mine" and its B-side "Hey Hey Baby." At the time, Otis hadn't completely found his groove yet, so the album is fairly inconsistent. However, it's interesting to hear the seeds of what he would become, and his wonderful singing on the slow numbers was already in fine form. It stands as a promising debut record.
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"Otis Redding, The Soul Album - DISCLAIMER - PHOTO SHOWS 180 GRAM - IT IS NOT" - Product Image
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"Otis Redding, The Soul Album - DISCLAIMER - PHOTO SHOWS 180 GRAM - IT IS NOT"

THE SOUL ALBUM - Although Redding was a great songwriter (he gave us Aretha's "Respect" and Arthur Conley's "Sweet Soul Music"--'nuff said), he partially made a reputation for himself as a great interpreter of other people's material, ranging from Beatles and Stones covers to "Louie Louie" to standards like "Try a Little Tenderness," which had originally been a hit for Bing Crosby. And unlike other soul artists of the time, including the great Jackie Wilson, Redding--with the help, of course, of guitarist Steve Cropper, bassist Donald "Duck" Dunn, and drummer Al Jackson--could take even schlock, at least in R&B terms (i.e., "The Tennessee Waltz"), and transcend it, making it his own. Otis makes all 11 tracks here his own--not that any of them were ever considered schlock. But many, including Sam Cooke's "Chain Gang," Roy Head's "Treat Her Right," and Wilson Pickett's "634-5789," were closely associated with their originators. Redding's cover of Smokey Robinson's "Scratch My Back" is so awesome that it makes you forget the Miracles' original. The Soul Album is sometimes underrated because it's a covers album--but it's a classic covers album
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"Otis Redding, The Soul Album"

150 Gram Limited Edition Analog Virgin Vinyl. Although Redding was a great songwriter (he gave us Aretha's "Respect" and Arthur Conley's "Sweet Soul Music"--'nuff said), he partially made a reputation for himself as a great interpreter of other people's material, ranging from Beatles and Stones covers to "Louie Louie" to standards like "Try a Little Tenderness," which had originally been a hit for Bing Crosby. And unlike other soul artists of the time, including the great Jackie Wilson, Redding--with the help, of course, of guitarist Steve Cropper, bassist Donald "Duck" Dunn, and drummer Al Jackson--could take even schlock, at least in R&B terms (i.e., "The Tennessee Waltz"), and transcend it, making it his own. Otis makes all 11 tracks here his own--not that any of them were ever considered schlock. But many, including Sam Cooke's "Chain Gang," Roy Head's "Treat Her Right," and Wilson Pickett's "634-5789," were closely associated with their originators. Redding's cover of Smokey Robinson's "Scratch My Back" is so awesome that it makes you forget the Miracles' original. The Soul Album is sometimes underrated because it's a covers album--but it's a classic covers album. Tracks Include: "Just One More Day" "It's Growing" "Cigarettes and Coffee" "Chain Gang" "Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out" "Good to Me" "Scratch My Back" "Treat Her Right" "Everybody Makes a Mistake" "Any Ole Way" "634-5789 (Soulsville, U.S.A.)."
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"Pearl Jam, ST - CURRENTLY SOLD OUT"

PEARL JAM - PEARL JAM - Rare Factory Sealed Vinyl OUT OF PRINT Pressing. LAST COPY If its debut album 15 years ago made Pearl Jam apprehensive with success, the Seattle quintet better buckle in for a return to eminence. On its eighth studio release--and first since 2002--the band socks away the adventurous experimentation that dogged some of its most recent records to investigate a post-September 11, war-ravaged world overflowing with urgency and significance. "It's the same everyday in a hell manmade/What can be saved, and who will be left to hold her?" lead singer Eddie Vedder wonders in "World Wide Suicide," one of several contemptuous rants on the Bush administration. Yet the album's spark is more than political. Songs like "Life Wasted," "Comatose" and "Big Wave" embrace the garage-rock past, as guitarists Mike McCready and Stone Gossard play off each other with the primal lucidity of a decade ago and drummer Matt Cameron, one of rock's best, adds raw backing vocals to Vedder's polished craft. But Pearl Jam also turns up some of its most harmonious works since "Daughter," including "Marker in the Sand," with its radio-ready chorus, the tuneful "Parachutes" paced by Gossard's divine strumming, and the burning narrative and Urge Overkill punch of "Umemployable." Finally Vedder pleads for a lover's return in "Come Back," a keyboard-soaked love song complete with a chilling Gossard solo. It's got a soulfulness that begs for Sam Cooke to sing it and an originality that shows that a vibrant and cocksure Pearl Jam is back in town--and ready to retake the world. Track Listings 1. Life Wasted 2. World Wide Suicide 3. Comatose 4. Severed Hand 5. Marker in the Sand 6. Parachutes 7. Unemployable 8. Big Wave 9. Gone 10. Wasted (Reprise) 11. Army Reserve 12. Come Back 13. Inside Job
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"Retro Autorama Turntable with 16 LPs" - Product Image
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"Retro Autorama Turntable with 16 LPs"

New Retro AutoRamaTurntable. All LP's included in this listing are Long Out of Print and tremendously Rare. The Turntable will assist you in getting back in the vinyl groove while having some real party fun available whenever it's put to use. This turntable will become a centerpiece of fun & pleasure spinning tones the old retro way. The Crosley Broadcaster Style Turntable plays at three speeds,33 1/3, 45 & 78 RPM Records. The turntable was introduced in the late 50's & provided music lovers with a sense of independence, allowing them to easily cart their record player from one location to another. The popularity of this unit was due on no small part to its portability, but also to its style finishing touches that became Crosley hallmark. So whether you choose Ella Frizgerald or Elvis, celebrate your vinyls in portable style. Features - AM/FM Radio - Illuminated Electronically assisted Dial Turner - External FM Antenna - Auto Return Tone Arm - Adjustable Tone Control - 3 speed belt driven turnable - Plays at 3 speeds - Dynamic full range stereo speakers - Diamond Stylus Needle - UL listed - Auxiliary Output - with 90 day limited warranty. 1956 / The Rock n Roll Era Discography / SIDE ONE has Blue Suede Shoes by Carl Perkins / Im In Love Again by Fats Domino / I will Remember by The Five Satins / The Fool by Sanford Clark / Let The Good Times Roll by Shirley and Lee / Eddie My Love by The Teen Queens. SIDE TWO has Roll Over Beethoven by Chuck Berry / Love Is Strange by Mickey and Sylvia / Be-Bop-a-Lula by Gene Vincent / My Prayer by The Platters / Honky Tonk (Part 2) by Bill Doggett. SIDE THREE has Blueberry Hill by Fats Domino / Rip It Up by Little Richard / Stranded in the Jungle by The Cadets / Treasure of Love by Clyde McPhatter / Down In My Own Tears by Ray Charles / Young Love by Sonny James. SIDE FOUR has Long Tall Sally by Little Richard / Why Do Falls Fall In Love by Frankie Lymon and the Teenagers / Fever by Little Willie John / See You Later, Alligator / Since I Met My Baby by Ivory Joe Hunter. 1959 The Rock n Roll Era Discography SIDE ONE has Charlie Brown by The Coasters / A Teenager In Love by Dion and the Belmonts / So Fine by The Fiestas / Donn by Richie Valens / Dream Lover by Bobby Darin and 16 Candles by The Crests. SIDE TWO has Stagger Lee by Lloyd Price / What d I Say by Ray Charles / I Cried A Tear by LaVern Baker / I Want To Walk You Home by Fats Domino and Sea of Love by Phil Phillips. SIDE THREE has Sea Cruise by Frankie Ford / Poison Ivy by The Coasters / Kansas City by Wilbert Harrison / The All-American Boy by Bill Parsons / A Lovers Question by Clyde McPhatter and Sleep Walk by Santo and Johnny. SIDE FOUR has There Goes My Baby by The Drifters / Personality by Lloyd Price / Ive Had It by The Bell Notes / Sorry (I Ran All The Way Home) by The Impalas and Come Softly To Me by The Fleetwoods. 1960 Rock n Roll Discogrphy SIDE ONE has Save The Last Dance For Me by The Drifters / Finger Poppin Time by Hank Ballard and the Midnighters / Walk Dont Run by The Ventures / Wonderful World by Sam Cooke/ He Will Break Your Heart by Jerry Butler and A Thousand Stars by Kathy Young and the Innocents. SIDE TWO has Only The Lonely by Roy Orbision / Good Timin' by Jimmy Jones / Sweet Nothins by Brenda Lee / Walking to New Orlenas by Fats Domino and Alley-Ooop by The Hollywood Argyles. SIDE THREE has Handy Many by Jimmy Jones / Lonely Blue Boy by Conway Twitty / Angel Baby by Rosie and the Originals / Chain Gang by Sam Cooke Lets Go, Lets Go, Lets Go by Hank Ballard and the Midnighters and Calendar Girl by Neil Sedaka. SIDE FOUR has Stay by Maurice Williams and the Zodiacs / New Orleans by Gary U.S. Bonds / You Talk Too Much by Joe Jones / Let The Little Girl Dance by Billy Bland and Image of a Girl by The Safaris. 1945 Timelife - Your Hit Parade On the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe/Johnny Mercer - You Belong To My Heart/Bing Crosby and Xavier Cugat and His Orchestra - Rum and Coca-Cola/The Andrews Sisters - It Might As Well Be Spring/Dick Haymes - My Dreams Are Getting Better All The Time/Les Brown and His Orchestra - Tampico/Stan Kenton and His Orchestra - There! I've Said It Again/Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra - There Goes That Song Again/Russ Morgan and His Orchestra - It's Been A Long, Long Time/Harry James and His Orchestra - If I Loved You/Perry Como - Candy/Johnny Mercer, Jo Staff and The Pied Pipers - A Little On The Lonely Side/Frankie Carle and His Orchestra - Gotta Be This or That/Benny Goodman and His Orchestra - I'll Buy That Dream/Helen Forrest and Dick Haymes - I Can't Begin To Tell You/Bing Crosby - Till The End Of Time/Perry Como - I'm Beginning To See The Light/Harry James and His Orchestra - Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate the Positive/Johnny Mercer - Caldonia/Louis Jourdan and His Tympany Five - Laura/Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Dream/The Pied Pipers - Don't Fence Me In/Bing Crosby and the Andrews Sisters - Sentimental Journey/Les Brown and His Orchestra - Dig You Later (A Hubba-Hubba-Hubba)/Perry Como 1946 Timelife - Your Hit Parade Sioux City Sue/Bing Crosby - I Got The Sun In The Morning/Les Brown and His Orchestra - Rumors Are Flying/Frankie Carle and His Orchestra - Ole Buttermilk Sky/ Kay Kyser and His Orchestra - You Keep Coming Back Like A Song/Dinah Shore - Prisoner of Lover/Perry Como - Stone Cold Dead In The Market (He Had It Coming)/Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Jourdan - Personality/Johnny Mercer - I Don't Know Enough About You/Peggy Lee - Doin' What Comes Natur'lly/Freddy Martin and His Orchestra - Oh! What It Seemed To Be/Frankie Carle and His Orchestra - To Each His Own/The Ink Spots - Shoo-Fly Pie (and Apple Pan Dowdy)/Stan Kenton and His Orchestra - Surrender/Perry Como - South America, Take It Away/Bing Crosby and The Andrews Sisters - Laughing On The Outside (Crying On The Inside)/Dinah Shore - I'm A Big Girl Now/Swing and Sway with Sammy Kaye - Symphony/Freddy Martin and His Orchestra - Doctor, Lawyer, Indian Chief/Betty Hutton - The Gypsy/Ink Spots - Come Rain Or Come Shine/Margaret Whiting - They Say It's Wonderful/Perry Como - The Whole World Is Singing My Song/Les Brown and His Orchestra - The Old Lamp-Lighter/Swing and Sway with Sammy Kaye 1949 Timelife - Hit Parade Mule Train/Frankie Laine - Careless Hands/Mel Torme - Again/Doris Day - Room Full of Roses/Swing and Sway with Sammy Kaye - Baby, It's Cold Outside/Margaret Whiting and Johnny Mercer - Some Enchanted Evening/Perry Como - A Little Bird Told Me/Evelyn Knight and the Stardusters - Forever and Ever/Russ Morgan - Galway Bay/Bing Crosby - My Darling, My Darling/Jo Stafford and Gordon MacRae - Don't Cry Joe/Gordon Jenkins and His Orchestra - Riders in the Sky/Vaughn Monroe - I've Got My Love To Keep Me Warm/Les Brown - Slipping Around/Margaret Whiting and Jimmy Wakely - Bali Ha'i/Perry Como - That Lucky Old Sun/Frankie Laine - Maybe It's Because/Dick Haymes - So Tired/Russ Morgan - Lavender Blue (Dilly Dilly)/Swing and Sway with Sammy Kaye - Powder Your Face with Sunshine/Evelyn Knight and the Stardusters - Someday/Vaughn Monroe - "A" - You're Adorable/Perry Como with Fontaine Sisters - Cruising Down The River/Blue Barron - Far Away Places/Margaret Whiting 1952 Timelife - Hit Parade The Glow-Worm/The Mills Brothers - Wheel of Fortune/Kay Starr - Maybe/Perry Como and Eddie Fisher - Half As Much/Rosemary Clooney - Slow Poke/Pee Wee King and His Golden West Cowboys - You Belong To Me/Jo Stafford - Lady of Spain/Eddie Fisher - Delicado/Percy Faith and His Orchestra - Kiss of Fire/Georgia Gibbs - I'm Yours/Don Cornell - The Little White Cloud That Cried/Johnny Ray - Lover/Peggy Lee - Sugarbush/Doris Day and Frankie Laine - Wish You Were Here/Eddie Fisher - Jambalaya/Jo Stafford - Blue Tango/Leroy Anderson and His "Pops" Concert Orchestra - I Went To Your Wedding/Patti Page - High Noon (Do Not Forsake Me)/Tex Ritter - Tiger Rag/Les Paul and Mary Ford - Tell Me Why/The Four Aces - A Guy Is A Guy/Doris Day - Here In My Heart/Al Martino - Any Time/Eddie Fisher - Auf Wiederseh'n Sweetheart/Vera Lynn 1953 Timelife - Hit Parade Don't Let The Stars Get In Your Eyes/Perry Como - Side by Side/Kay Starr - You You You/The Ames Brothers - April in Portugal/Les Baxter and His Orchestra - Vaya con Dios /Les Paul and Mary Ford - I'm Walking Behind You/Eddie Fisher - Ricochet/Teresa Brewer - No Other Love/Perry Como - Oh!/Pee Wee Hunt and His Orchestra - Hi-Lili, Hi-Lo/Leslie Caron and Mel Ferrer - Rags to Riches/Tony Bennett - The Doggie In The Window/Patti Page - Dragnet/Ray Anthony and His Orchestra - Many Times/Eddie Fisher - Till I Waltz Again With You/Teresa Brewer - The Song From Moulin Rouge/Percy Faith and His Orchestra - Keep It A Secret/Jo Stafford - Ruby/Richard Hayman and His Orchestra - Eh, Cumpari/Julius La Rosa - I Love Paris/ Les Baxter and His Chorus and Orchestra - Changing Partners/Patti Page - Pretend/Nat "King" Cole - Baubles, Bangles and Beads/Peggy Lee - P.S. I Love You/The Hilltoppers
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"Retro Suitcse Turntable with 16 LPs"

Retro Suitcase Turntable. Take it anywhere. It's portable. All LP's included in this listing are Long Out of Print and tremendously Rare. The Turntable will assist you in getting back in the vinyl groove while having some real party fun available whenever it's put to use. This turntable will become a centerpiece of fun & pleasure spinning tones the old retro way. The Crosley Portable Suitcase Style Turntable plays at three speeds,33 1/3, 45 & 78 RPM Records. The protable turntable was introduced in the late 50's & provided music lovers with a sense of independence, allowing them to easily cart their record player from one location to another. The popularity of this unit was due on no small part to its portability, but also to its suitcase style finishing touches that became Crosley hallmark. So whether you choose Ella Frizgerald or Elvis, celebrate your vinyls in portable style. Features - 3 speed belt driven turnable - Plays at 3 speeds - Dynamic full range stereo speakers - Manaul return tone arm - Adjustable tone control -Diamond Stylus Needle - UL listed - with 90 day limited warranty. 1956 / The Rock n Roll Era Discography / SIDE ONE has Blue Suede Shoes by Carl Perkins / Im In Love Again by Fats Domino / I will Remember by The Five Satins / The Fool by Sanford Clark / Let The Good Times Roll by Shirley and Lee / Eddie My Love by The Teen Queens. SIDE TWO has Roll Over Beethoven by Chuck Berry / Love Is Strange by Mickey and Sylvia / Be-Bop-a-Lula by Gene Vincent / My Prayer by The Platters / Honky Tonk (Part 2) by Bill Doggett. SIDE THREE has Blueberry Hill by Fats Domino / Rip It Up by Little Richard / Stranded in the Jungle by The Cadets / Treasure of Love by Clyde McPhatter / Down In My Own Tears by Ray Charles / Young Love by Sonny James. SIDE FOUR has Long Tall Sally by Little Richard / Why Do Falls Fall In Love by Frankie Lymon and the Teenagers / Fever by Little Willie John / See You Later, Alligator / Since I Met My Baby by Ivory Joe Hunter. 1959 The Rock n Roll Era Discography SIDE ONE has Charlie Brown by The Coasters / A Teenager In Love by Dion and the Belmonts / So Fine by The Fiestas / Donn by Richie Valens / Dream Lover by Bobby Darin and 16 Candles by The Crests. SIDE TWO has Stagger Lee by Lloyd Price / What d I Say by Ray Charles / I Cried A Tear by LaVern Baker / I Want To Walk You Home by Fats Domino and Sea of Love by Phil Phillips. SIDE THREE has Sea Cruise by Frankie Ford / Poison Ivy by The Coasters / Kansas City by Wilbert Harrison / The All-American Boy by Bill Parsons / A Lovers Question by Clyde McPhatter and Sleep Walk by Santo and Johnny. SIDE FOUR has There Goes My Baby by The Drifters / Personality by Lloyd Price / Ive Had It by The Bell Notes / Sorry (I Ran All The Way Home) by The Impalas and Come Softly To Me by The Fleetwoods. 1960 Rock n Roll Discogrphy SIDE ONE has Save The Last Dance For Me by The Drifters / Finger Poppin Time by Hank Ballard and the Midnighters / Walk Dont Run by The Ventures / Wonderful World by Sam Cooke/ He Will Break Your Heart by Jerry Butler and A Thousand Stars by Kathy Young and the Innocents. SIDE TWO has Only The Lonely by Roy Orbision / Good Timin' by Jimmy Jones / Sweet Nothins by Brenda Lee / Walking to New Orlenas by Fats Domino and Alley-Ooop by The Hollywood Argyles. SIDE THREE has Handy Many by Jimmy Jones / Lonely Blue Boy by Conway Twitty / Angel Baby by Rosie and the Originals / Chain Gang by Sam Cooke Lets Go, Lets Go, Lets Go by Hank Ballard and the Midnighters and Calendar Girl by Neil Sedaka. SIDE FOUR has Stay by Maurice Williams and the Zodiacs / New Orleans by Gary U.S. Bonds / You Talk Too Much by Joe Jones / Let The Little Girl Dance by Billy Bland and Image of a Girl by The Safaris. 1945 Timelife - Your Hit Parade On the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe/Johnny Mercer - You Belong To My Heart/Bing Crosby and Xavier Cugat and His Orchestra - Rum and Coca-Cola/The Andrews Sisters - It Might As Well Be Spring/Dick Haymes - My Dreams Are Getting Better All The Time/Les Brown and His Orchestra - Tampico/Stan Kenton and His Orchestra - There! I've Said It Again/Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra - There Goes That Song Again/Russ Morgan and His Orchestra - It's Been A Long, Long Time/Harry James and His Orchestra - If I Loved You/Perry Como - Candy/Johnny Mercer, Jo Staff and The Pied Pipers - A Little On The Lonely Side/Frankie Carle and His Orchestra - Gotta Be This or That/Benny Goodman and His Orchestra - I'll Buy That Dream/Helen Forrest and Dick Haymes - I Can't Begin To Tell You/Bing Crosby - Till The End Of Time/Perry Como - I'm Beginning To See The Light/Harry James and His Orchestra - Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate the Positive/Johnny Mercer - Caldonia/Louis Jourdan and His Tympany Five - Laura/Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Dream/The Pied Pipers - Don't Fence Me In/Bing Crosby and the Andrews Sisters - Sentimental Journey/Les Brown and His Orchestra - Dig You Later (A Hubba-Hubba-Hubba)/Perry Como 1946 Timelife - Your Hit Parade Sioux City Sue/Bing Crosby - I Got The Sun In The Morning/Les Brown and His Orchestra - Rumors Are Flying/Frankie Carle and His Orchestra - Ole Buttermilk Sky/ Kay Kyser and His Orchestra - You Keep Coming Back Like A Song/Dinah Shore - Prisoner of Lover/Perry Como - Stone Cold Dead In The Market (He Had It Coming)/Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Jourdan - Personality/Johnny Mercer - I Don't Know Enough About You/Peggy Lee - Doin' What Comes Natur'lly/Freddy Martin and His Orchestra - Oh! What It Seemed To Be/Frankie Carle and His Orchestra - To Each His Own/The Ink Spots - Shoo-Fly Pie (and Apple Pan Dowdy)/Stan Kenton and His Orchestra - Surrender/Perry Como - South America, Take It Away/Bing Crosby and The Andrews Sisters - Laughing On The Outside (Crying On The Inside)/Dinah Shore - I'm A Big Girl Now/Swing and Sway with Sammy Kaye - Symphony/Freddy Martin and His Orchestra - Doctor, Lawyer, Indian Chief/Betty Hutton - The Gypsy/Ink Spots - Come Rain Or Come Shine/Margaret Whiting - They Say It's Wonderful/Perry Como - The Whole World Is Singing My Song/Les Brown and His Orchestra - The Old Lamp-Lighter/Swing and Sway with Sammy Kaye 1949 Timelife - Hit Parade Mule Train/Frankie Laine - Careless Hands/Mel Torme - Again/Doris Day - Room Full of Roses/Swing and Sway with Sammy Kaye - Baby, It's Cold Outside/Margaret Whiting and Johnny Mercer - Some Enchanted Evening/Perry Como - A Little Bird Told Me/Evelyn Knight and the Stardusters - Forever and Ever/Russ Morgan - Galway Bay/Bing Crosby - My Darling, My Darling/Jo Stafford and Gordon MacRae - Don't Cry Joe/Gordon Jenkins and His Orchestra - Riders in the Sky/Vaughn Monroe - I've Got My Love To Keep Me Warm/Les Brown - Slipping Around/Margaret Whiting and Jimmy Wakely - Bali Ha'i/Perry Como - That Lucky Old Sun/Frankie Laine - Maybe It's Because/Dick Haymes - So Tired/Russ Morgan - Lavender Blue (Dilly Dilly)/Swing and Sway with Sammy Kaye - Powder Your Face with Sunshine/Evelyn Knight and the Stardusters - Someday/Vaughn Monroe - "A" - You're Adorable/Perry Como with Fontaine Sisters - Cruising Down The River/Blue Barron - Far Away Places/Margaret Whiting 1952 Timelife - Hit Parade The Glow-Worm/The Mills Brothers - Wheel of Fortune/Kay Starr - Maybe/Perry Como and Eddie Fisher - Half As Much/Rosemary Clooney - Slow Poke/Pee Wee King and His Golden West Cowboys - You Belong To Me/Jo Stafford - Lady of Spain/Eddie Fisher - Delicado/Percy Faith and His Orchestra - Kiss of Fire/Georgia Gibbs - I'm Yours/Don Cornell - The Little White Cloud That Cried/Johnny Ray - Lover/Peggy Lee - Sugarbush/Doris Day and Frankie Laine - Wish You Were Here/Eddie Fisher - Jambalaya/Jo Stafford - Blue Tango/Leroy Anderson and His "Pops" Concert Orchestra - I Went To Your Wedding/Patti Page - High Noon (Do Not Forsake Me)/Tex Ritter - Tiger Rag/Les Paul and Mary Ford - Tell Me Why/The Four Aces - A Guy Is A Guy/Doris Day - Here In My Heart/Al Martino - Any Time/Eddie Fisher - Auf Wiederseh'n Sweetheart/Vera Lynn 1953 Timelife - Hit Parade Don't Let The Stars Get In Your Eyes/Perry Como - Side by Side/Kay Starr - You You You/The Ames Brothers - April in Portugal/Les Baxter and His Orchestra - Vaya con Dios /Les Paul and Mary Ford - I'm Walking Behind You/Eddie Fisher - Ricochet/Teresa Brewer - No Other Love/Perry Como - Oh!/Pee Wee Hunt and His Orchestra - Hi-Lili, Hi-Lo/Leslie Caron and Mel Ferrer - Rags to Riches/Tony Bennett - The Doggie In The Window/Patti Page - Dragnet/Ray Anthony and His Orchestra - Many Times/Eddie Fisher - Till I Waltz Again With You/Teresa Brewer - The Song From Moulin Rouge/Percy Faith and His Orchestra - Keep It A Secret/Jo Stafford - Ruby/Richard Hayman and His Orchestra - Eh, Cumpari/Julius La Rosa - I Love Paris/ Les Baxter and His Chorus and Orchestra - Changing Partners/Patti Page - Pretend/Nat "King" Cole - Baubles, Bangles and Beads/Peggy Lee - P.S. 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180 Gram Limited Edition Analog Virgin Vinyl. Tracks Include: "Oh,Look At Me Now" "Someday" "Along The Navajo Trail" "Running Wild" "Accentuate The Positive" "Mary, Mary Lou" "When I Fall In love" "I Cover The Waterfront" "My Foolish Heart" "Today I Sing The Blues" "The Gypsy" "It's The Talk Of The Town."
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180 Gram Limited Edition Analog Virgin Vinyl. Released in 1960, this album added more hits to the carnet of this popular vocalist, who was already at the top with "You Send Me" - 1958. Tracks Include: "Wonderful World" "Desire Me" "Summertime" "Almost In Your Arms" "That's Heaven To Me" "No One" "With You" "Blue Moon" "Stealing Kisses" "You Were Made For Me" "There I've Said It Again" "I Thank God"
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180 Gram Limited Edition Analog Virgin Vinyl. Of all the great male '60s soul singers--a short list that includes Sam Cooke, Otis Redding, and James Brown--only Solomon Burke still actively records. More amazing, he's produced his best full-length album with Don't Give Up on Me. It's easy to give some credit to the album's star songwriters, who include Burke fans Tom Waits, Elvis Costello, Van Morrison, Brian Wilson, and Bob Dylan. But really it's the quality of the songs and Burke himself, one of the most versatile and charismatic singers around, that make this album so special. The 11 songs range from the lazy, seductive plea of the title track and the gravelly gospel of "Diamond in Your Mind" to the country-soul of "Other Side of the Coin" and the civil-rights-era urgency of "None of Us Are Free." Joe Henry's production is suitably subdued, and the instrumentation--generally guitar, bass, drums, organ, and piano--is sympathetic throughout. And if you doubt that Burke is the real star in a room crowded with those folks, consider this: the two slightest tracks here were written by Wilson and Costello, while one of the best, the album-closing "Sit This One Out," was written by someone named Pick Purnell. A great album not fixed in the past or fully of this decade, Don't Give Up is a crowning achievement of an R&B pioneer who has returned to reclaim his self-bestowed title from the '60s: "The King of Rock and Soul." It is easy to give credit to the album's star songwriters, who include Burke fans Tom Waits, Elvis Costello, Van Morrison, Brian Wilson, and Bob Dylan. But really it's the quality of the songs and Burke himself, one of the most versatile and charismatic singers around, that make this album so special.
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Limited Japanese VAN MORRISON VEEDON FLEECE OBI CD HMCD box includes 8 Japanese OBI MINI REPLICA LP'S. - COMMON ONE - INARTICULATE SPEECH OF THE HEART - VEEDON FLEECE - LIVE AT THE GRAND OPERA HOUSE BELFAST - ENLIGHTMENT - THE HEALING GAME - NO GURU, NO METHOD, NO TEACHER, A NIGHT IN SAN FRANCISCO Japanese OBI MINI REPLICA BOX SET - remastered SHM-CD (Super High Material CD - playable on all CD players) Japanese re-mastered Mini LP replica Limited Edition Collection Recorded from the finest Original Masters available. Each title Comes with anti-static sleeves similar to Vinyl LPs, Cardboard packaging exact to the original LP, plastic wrap cases for protection of each collectible Actual miniaturized version of the 12" LP in 4" CD version Special VERY RARE LIMITED EDITION BOX SET ONLY PRODUCED ON FUTURES FOR THIS ONE TIME PRESSING -- were only available in Japan. Limited Japanese VAN MORRISON VEEDON FLEECE OBI CD HMCD box includes 8 Japanese OBI MINI REPLICA LP'S. - remastered SHM-CD (Super High Material CD - playable on all CD players) COMMON ONE - Track Listings 1. Haunts of Ancient Peace 2. Summertime in England 3. Satisfied 4. Wild Honey 5. Spirit 6. When Heart Is Open INARTICULATE SPEECH OF THE HEART - Track Listings 1. Higher Than the World 2. Connswater 3. River of Time 4. Celtic Swing 5. Rave on, John Donne 6. Inarticulate Speech of the Heart No. 1 7. Irish Heartbeat 8. The Street Only Knew Your Name 9. Cry for Home 10. Inarticulate Speech of the Heart No. 2 11. September Night VEEDON FLEECE - Track Listings 1. Fair Play 2. Linden Arden Stole the Highlights 3. Who Was That Masked Man 4. Streets of Arklow 5. You Don't Pull No Punches, But You Don't Push the River 6. Bulbs 7. Cul de Sac 8. Comfort You 9. Come Here My Love 10. Country Fair LIVE AT THE GRAND OPERA HOUSE BELFAST - Track Listings 1. Introduction: Into the Mystic/Inarticulate Speech of the Heart 2. Dweller on the Threshold 3. It's All in the Game/You Know What They're Writing About - Van Morrison, Dawes, Charles 4. She Gives Me Religion 5. Haunts of Ancient Peace 6. Full Force Gale 7. Beautiful Vision 8. Vanlose Stairway 9. Rave on John Donne/Rave On, Pt. 2 10. Northern Muse (Solid Ground) 11. Cleaning Windows ENLIGHTMENT - Its title seems squarely in the pilgrim's camp, where much of Van Morrison's '80s music dwells, but 1990's Enlightenment offsets new glimpses of Morrison's oft-sought Avalon ("Avalon of the Heart") with darker confessions of human frailty and challenged faith. The opening "Real Real Gone" belies its hard-charging R&B verve (a welcome return to high-octane soul after his relatively becalmed, then-recent work) with admissions of weakness, and even the lyrical title song reveals confusion more than salvation. A few years later, such defeats might have prompted one of his crankier outbursts, but this set is brightened by the joyful reminiscences of "Youth of 1,000 Summers" and the epic "In the Days Before Rock 'n' Roll," in which Morrison's declamatory fervor is matched by poet Paul Durcan. The latter song is a gloriously apt Morrison moment, exulting in Little Richard as though he walked the same astral plane as William Blake--which, in Morrison's world, is exactly the point Track Listings 1. Real Real Gone 2. Enlightenment 3. So Quiet in Here 4. Avalon of the Heart 5. See Me Through 6. Youth of 1,000 Summers 7. In the Days Before Rock 'n' Roll - Van Morrison, Durcan, Paul 8. Start All Over Again 9. She's My Baby 10. Memories THE HEALING GAME - Cranky, sly, dour, ecstatic, Van Morrison treads his own stubborn pilgrimage through blues, jazz, R&B, Celtic rays, and their ineffable junction in his own music. This 1997 album distills the renewed focus on blues and jazz sources that shaped much of his '90s work, noteworthy for its concision--this is one of his leanest, least expository sets in recent years, paring the arrangements down to the guts of the generally fine material. "Rough God Goes Riding" kicks off, an archetypal Morrison anthem that could have fit snugly on Moondance, no mean achievement after all these years, yet consistent with this marathon runner's ability to turn up vivid images and engaging grooves. There's a decided gospel fervor to the interplay of the frontman's salty vocals and his soulful choral partners, never more so than on the sublime title song Track Listings 1. Rough God Goes Riding 2. Fire in the Belly 3. This Weight 4. Waiting Game 5. Piper at the Gates of Dawn 6. Burning Ground 7. It Once Was My Life 8. Sometimes We Cry 9. If You Love Me 10. The Healing Game NO GURU, NO METHOD, NO TEACHER, - Longtime Van Morrison fans may prefer the Belfast bard's tougher, emphatically R&B-driven work, yet it's his lusher, mid-'80s output that helped him consolidate the scrappy gains made in the prior decades. The once-heightened polarity between the earthy and the ethereal seemed muted on albums that traded in a softer-focus, romantic mysticism mirrored by the expanded scale of Morrison's band and arrangements, and left room for him to dabble in instrumental compositions or his renewed love of sax and piano. No Method, No Guru, No Teacher proves among the more durable, convincing chapters in this era, carrying a now-familiar array of symbolic touchstones (the Celtic legacy of "Tir Na Nog" or an extended instrumental allusion to a hymn set to William Blake's musings on England) and offering two of Morrison's better meditations on redemption, "In the Garden" and "A Town Called Paradise," which echoes the fevered waltz-time trance of "Astral Weeks" itself Track Listings 1. Got to Go Back 2. Oh the Warn Feeling 3. Foreign Window 4. A Town Called Paradise 5. In the Garden 6. Tir Na Nog 7. Here Comes the Knight - Van Morrison, Berns, Bert 8. Thanks for the Information 9. One Irish Rover 10. Ivory Tower A NIGHT IN SAN FRANCISCO - The Belfast Cowboy is one of the most mercurial and gloriously inconsistent live performers of his generation, as notorious for his onstage sulks and autopilot off-nights as he is justly celebrated for incandescent live sets that burn in the memory. This 1994 double-CD set, Van Morrison's third solo live album, doesn't surpass either his mid-'70s triumph, It's Too Late to Stop Now, or his Belfast homecoming on 1984's Live at the Grand Opera House, but a generous set and a typically taut, virtuosic stage band are tempting inducements, as is a repertoire that mixes both old and more recent Morrison originals with some shrewd covers. With Georgie Fame his staunch right hand (on organ and backing vocals), and his overexposed band singers, Brian Kennedy and James Hunter, Morrison digs into some particularly ripe medleys, interpolating King Pleasure, Sly Stone, T-Bone Walker, Sam Cooke, Jimmy Witherspoon, Gene Vincent, Roy Orbison, Sonny Boy Williamson, and Doc Pomus along the way. Disc: 1 1. Did Ye Get Healed? 2. It's All in the Game/Make It Real One More Time 3. I've Been Working 4. I Forgot That Love Existed 5. Vanlose Stairway/Trans-Euro Train/Fool for You 6. You Make Me Feel So Free 7. Beautiful Vision 8. See Me Through/Soldier of Fortune/Thank You Falettinme Be Mice Elf ... 9. Ain't That Loving You Baby? - Van Morrison, Reed, Jimmy [1] 10. Stormy Monday/Have You Ever Loved a Woman?/No Rollin' Blues - Van Morrison, Walker, T-Bone 11. Help Me - Van Morrison, Jones 12. Good Morning Little Schoolgirl - Van Morrison, Williamson, Sonny B 13. Tupelo Honey 14. Moondance/My Funny Valentine Disc: 2 1. Jumpin' With Symphony Sid - Van Morrison, Young, Lester 2. It Fills You Up 3. I'll Take Care of You/ It's a Man's Man's Man's World - Van Morrison, Benton, Brook 4. Lonely Avenue/4 O'Clock in the Morning - Van Morrison, Pomus, Doc 5. So Quiet in Here/That's Where It's At 6. In the Garden/You Send Me/Allegheny 7. Have I Told You Lately That I Love You? 8. Shakin' All Over/Gloria - Van Morrison, Kidd These are Japanese digitally re-mastered Mini LP replica CDs (the OBI Edition).
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