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electric eels "The Beast 999 Presents... in Their Organic Majesty's Request" CD
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NORMAN CONNORS "Dark Of Light" LP, Cobblestone original 1973, gatefold cover, funky jazz drummer w/ Herbie Hancock, Stanley Clark, etc. lots of light wear to vinyl, cover has ring type wear and partial top seam split. filler copy of good stuff
ELECTRIC EYE "Muscle" +2 on Vinyl Warning, from the same turn of the century Portland, Oregon scene as The Hunches, Exploding Hearts, The Triggers, Real Pills, etc. on CLEAR vinyl
FLEETWOOD MAC - Sara b/w That's Enough For Me 45 original in picture sleeve / PS
INTERPOL "The Heinrich Maneuver" b/w "Mammoth (Instrumental)" Capitol, Promo-only
MISS MAY 66 "Chinese Japanese Dirty Knees Look At These" b/w "3-B Cake" (all MM66 on Dragonlady Records) Columbus, Ohio post-riot grrl / grunge, LIGHT PINK vinyl, members of Mudflap Girls From Venus, Lazy, Di Di Mao, etc.
MISS MAY 66 "Like An Ornament" b/w "Warming The Duck Quilt", BRIGHT PINK vinyl, now featuring members of Econothugs, Velveteens, Alwood Sisters, etc. numbered limited edition 14/500
MISS MAY 66 / O-Matic "Ball Park Rage" b/w "Smoke Cigarettes", Red-ish Orange vinyl, MM66 now featuring members of Makeshift Conquest, Underworn. Michelle Bodine from Brainiac & her bro Scott's band on the flip, recorded by Dave Doughman of Swearing At Motorists
MISS MAY 66 / Bugattitype 35 "Little Lizard's Choice" b/w "Green", BLUE vinyl
NASHVILLE TEENS "Tobacco Road" b/w "I Like It Like That" 45 London (45-LON 9689) garage standards, were these dudes really teens?
ROY ORBISON "Indian Wedding" b/w "It's Over" London Monument 60's - center hole punched out
PUBLIC ENEMY "Yo! Bum Rush The Show" LP, Def Jam Recordings, original press of Chuck D, Flavor Flav, Terminator X classic debut full length w/ printed inner sleeve, many light marks, plays fine, BUT, there's a BULLET HOLE THRU THE COVER and RECORD. Still alright, you only lose the last song on each side and only half of it on one of the sides. Add-on jammage.
v/a - BOOM! / WHITE FANG split 7" - Old Standard Sessions #1 - rec. at the same studio as 'Exit Dreams', and WF members run Gnar Tapes (White Rainbow, The Whines, etc.)
Booker T. and Priscilla Jones "Wild Fox" mono/stereo Promo, A and M records (yes, of The MG's)
Eric Burdon and The Animals "Monterey" b/w "San Franciscan Nights" 45 MGM (MVG 501)
Chairmen Of The Board "Chairmen Of The Board" b/w "When Will She Tell Me She Needs Me" 45 Invictus (Is-9086) Holland Dozier Holland production & label, cool 'theme' song here, dig it
THE COASTERS - Their Great Recordings LP, 80s Atco, gatefold, vinyl has light marks, plays great
THE CRESCENDOS - Oh Julie b/w My Little Girl 45 on Nasco Records (division of Excello), lots of light wear, plays fine w/ surface noise
DISHES "Girls Can't Play" b/w "Crying Shame" Glazed Records, Chicago groop w/ radio station writing and review on sleeve
Lee Dorsey "Working In The Coal Mine" b/w "Mexico" classic Allen Toussaint funky soul covered by Akron, OH greats, Devo
GODZILLA vs. MEGALON VHS movie, 1973 film (this is English language Toho dubbed version released in 1976) The second film to feature Gigan and the first and only film to feature Megalon and Jet Jaguar. Cover has some wear, including price sticker and scotch tape holding top flap shut
Al Green "Let's Stay Together" b/w "I Can't Get Next To You" Hi (5N-59032) classic double-sider
Slim Harpo "Baby Scratch My Back" b/w "Tip On In" - AVI Antiques (ANT-706-S) MCA distro sticker on one label
Herbert Hunter "The Right String But The Wrong Yo-Yo" b/w "You Don't Know Me" HIT Records (25) cool rockin' early RnB, later covered by Holy Modal Rounders...
EARL KING - Come On - Part I b/w Come On - Part II 45 Original Imperial (X5713) classic RnB dancer covered by Jimi Hendrix, RJD2, and most likely others. many light marks, plays fine
LIME SPIDERS "Slave Girl" 12" EP on Bigtime, 1985 release of '81-'83 monster Aussie punk flex w/ Radio Birdman ties, lots of light wear to vinyl. "And then my mind split open...."
GEORGES MONTALBA / "Anton LeVay" - "Fantasy in Pipe Organ and Percussion" LP, this is the rec that the Church of Satan founder claimed he played the music on under an alias. Splits on left and top spine, lite marks on vinyl, but i don't think anyone owns it for much more than the curiosity anyway.
MUSIC OF THE MORNING OF THE WORLD The Balinese Gamelan (Recorded in Bali by David Lewiston) LP, an early classic of world music, Nonesuch, many marks on vinyl, both top/bottom seams have mostly split, but a worthy record so i still offer it here.
Real Kids "Live at Cantone's Boston" She's Got Everything / My Way / I'd Rather Go To Jail (Norton)
SKINNER PILOT - Satellites On Call (+2) 7" EP GoodSin Records, RED vinyl, members of ill ease, New Radiant Storm King, recorded August '95
SMITH "Baby It's You" b/w "I Don't Believe (I Believe)" 45 ABC/Dunhill (D 4026) classic cover featured in recent times in the Quentin Tarantino grindhouse flick "Death Proof"
WALTER STEDING - Get Ready b/w Hound Dog / Landing 7" EP, Red Star 1979, in plain white sleeve, some staining to label, produced by Chris Stein (Blondie), managed by Andy Warhol at one point (maybe here?) wicked cover of Big Mama Thornton / Elvis Presley, check this avant-dude in the flick 'Downtown 81' (and other No-Wave groups, Basquiat, etc.)
Joe Tex "I Gotcha" b/w "A Mother's Prayer" 45 Dial (D-1010) as brought back to prominence by Quentin Tarantino flick Reservoir Dogs, and produced by Buddy Killen, whatta name!
Carla Thomas "B-A-B-Y" b/w "What Have You Got To Offer Me" Stax 45 (S-195) Queen of Memphis Soul
20 Dollar Whore "Teenage Fuckin' Boredom" EP Big Neck, 4 flailing trax from Finnish teens w/ radio station writing and review on sleeve, "Destroy Oh Boy -esque" it sez, an' 'tis
THE VILLAGE STOMPERS "More Sounds of Washington Square" LP, Epic, MONO pressing, late 60's? much better than what you'd hear there these days, covers of Bob Dylan, Leadbelly, etc. w/ "bonus" inner RCA Victor advertising "The Best of Sam Cooke" and- well, it's in color anyway
Betty Wright "Clean Up Woman" b/w "I'll Love You Forever" 45 Alston (A-4601) classic arranged by "Little Beaver"
v/a - THE KENNE HIGHLAND CLAN / THE DOOM BUGGIES - "Guys Are Not Proud" 7" split, Stanton Park, limited numbered edition 132/500, w/ insert, hand-stamped / painted DIY cover
JOHNNY ACE "How Can You Be So Mean" b/w "Anymore" 7" on Duke, OG, small sticker tear on label, has some marks as most all 50's vinyl does, plays fine, only a bit of surface noise if i recall co-wreck- can't be much as i know i've DJ'd the "How..." side as it's one of his most rockin' sides to be sure, from a guy who lost at Russian Roulette just as he was becoming a star- probably far and away his most 'rock' side, mostly a crooner this guy.
NAT ADDERLEY - You, Baby b/w Electric Eel 45 (CTI / A and M Records 971) PROMO wol, tape marks on label, plays fine
LUCIO BATTISTI "Una Donna Per Amico" LP 1978 Italian suaveness- but what's w/ he and the lady's coats on the front? - on Peters International, U.S. pressing, some light wear to vinyl, 1/2 of top seam is split. can't quite recall sounds this sec, but Water reissued some on CD, so ya know...
CALIGULA 1979 film, complete, unedited, and unrated 20th anniversary edition DVD film - Malcolm McDowell, Peter O'Toole, John Gielgud, Helen Mirren, and "a bevy of beautiful Penthouse Pets" in controversial film made in '76 by Bob Guccione. Epic in its scope and even pretty hot at
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BOB DYLAN (with) THE BAND - Planet Waves LP, Columbia (PC 37637) the only album he made w/ these guys- officially- "Basement Tapes" and others came out later, blah blah... Faces "Snakes and Ladders - The Best Of" LP, Rod the Bod, Ron Wood, Ronnie Lane, Ian McLagan, Kenny Jones on nice romp of a comp, including b-side "Pool Hall Richard", maybe another b-side/rarity amongst their better known jams. light wear, plays fine, 2 corners kind of bumped/chewed
ELVIRA presents Movie Macabre - Oldies But Ghoulies (Vol. 1) Rhino LP, 1983 comp whose main draw here is The Shaggs "It's Halloween" amongs other aural treats such as Twilight Zone & Munsters theme songs as well as a few that feature on those "Lux and Ivy's Favorites" internet comps. Well, the multiple shots of her cleavage may be a draw for some, but i never got into her even as a young boy, something about that wig maybe cuz i certainly like boobs.
RED FOLEY "Milk Bucket Boogie" b/w "Salty Dog Rag" 45 Decca, original black label / silver print, cool rockabilly stomper, covered by more than a few (?) many light marks as w/ most older 45s, plays fine, also previous owner address label sticker on one side label
THE JAM - 'Ripped and Clipped' fanzine made and distributed by someone in Columbus, Ohio during the 90's. A real treat for Paul Weller / Jam fans, it's basically a ton of articles/photos/reviews "ripped and clipped", photo-copied from other things back in the day (late 70's) such as Trouser Press, including reviews and some one pagers on other band then such as Pere Ubu, Wire, Mod/2-Tone, Go-Gos, Sex Pistols, U2, and more, including a 100 Club Punk Fest thing- from Mark Perry's Sniffin' Glue?? Pretty cool, about 40 pages, some wrinkling to cover and a few pages, nothing very severe tho. A cool concept / idea and a cool zine. This is issue number 5 (!) - seem to recall seeing one other at someone's place then, can't recall what band it focused on tho.
ROLLING STONES "Rock and Roll Circus" VHS tape / film, Abkco (1003-3) December 11, 1968 show/event/spectacle w/ Jethro Tull, The Who, Taj Mahal, Marianne Faithfull, The Dirty Mac (John Lennon w/ Eric Clapton of Cream, Keith Richards, and Mitch Mitchell of the Jimi Hendrix Experience), Yoko Ono and Ivry Gitlis. cover has some light age wear, nothing very bad tho.
MITCH RYDER and THE DETROIT WHEELS "Take A Ride...." LP (New Voice 2000 - distributed by Bell) Saying you don't like Rock n Roll is like saying you don't like SEX, and this rec is a Rock n Roll party on wax. If you don't like that- well, how'd you end up on this page anyway??? A bit more more wear to cover, edges plus a name sticker ("Smitty") in upper right, vinyl is nice overall. Nice, from 1966 in that classic early Detroit rock n roll style, w/ rockin' covers of James Brown, The Supremes, Sam Cooke, etc....
AL SWEATT - Let's Paint The Town Red b/w I Hate Myself 45, Keen Recs, w/ Johnnie Cale (JJ Cale) and The Valentines, early rockabilly boogie classic
IRMA THOMAS - Breakaway b/w I Wish Someone Would Care 45, Imperial (66013) original all-time essential classic soul dancer, has slight warp but still plays, might jump if your needle/arm is set super light, but i've never had a problem w/ this one. I replaced it for DJ purposes, just in case.
TINY TIM - God Bless... LP original Warner / 7Arts / Reprise "orange/tan" label 1968 debut- all you Cleveland proto-punks remember Brian Sands / Milk / Moses covering TT songs circa '72, right?
TINY TIM - with Love and Kisses from... ...concert in Fairyland LP original Bouquet label 1968, released w/out his permission- he sued and won a cool million - all you Cleveland proto-punk fans remember Brian Sands / Milk / Moses covering TT songs circa '71 or '72, right?
v/a "Get Yourself A College Girl" LP 1964 movie soundtrack, but might've come out in '65 (?) on MGM (SE-4273) actually a pretty good comp, w/ maybe(?) some exclusive cuts from The Standells, The Animals, Jimmy Smith Trio, Dave Clark Five, Stan Getz / Astrud Gilberto, Freddie Bell- Roberta Linn / The Bell Boys, and Mary Anne Mobley- has lots of light wear/marks, plays fine, some age wear to cover, including left and bottom edge splits, WOL
CHARLES BROWN "If You Play With Cats" b/w "Without A Friend" 45 on King Recs (45-5570) RnB greatness, same label as James Brown, Wynonie Harris, etc. many light marks as w/ most older 45s, plays fine
MILES DAVIS "Friday Night In Person At The Blackhawk, San Francisco Volume 1" LP, Columbia Limited Edition (LE 10018 Re-released by popular demand), includes handwritten notes written by previous owner (not me) on separate sheet of notebook paper and "4/17/77" written in pen on back cover
IRON KING "The Complete Series" 26 episodes on 4 DVDs, w/ booklet/episode guide and box. Great Japanese TV series from 1972/1973 from the same production team who brought you Ultraman
MULTIBALL #21 - 48 pg. fanzine + 7" 2001 w/ Jerry Wick (Gaunt) remembered by Bela (Anyway Recs), great Lost Sounds, King Louie, The Briefs interviews + reviews of Clone Defects 'Scissors Chop', The Spits, X (Oz), etc. and music by American Death Ray, Enon, Last Of The Juanitas, Everyday Sinners
MYSTERY GIRLS "Turned On, Tuning In" 7" debut dirt bomb from WI rock n rollers who went onto In The Red stardom (in a perfect world), LTD ED #74 of 500
PHANTOM LIGHTS "Chordae Tendinae" 10" 7 song debut on Hovercraft from Hunches member
MITCH RYDER "All Hits!" LP - New Voice (NV2004), Detroit party rock n soul shakin
FRANK SINATRA "Greatest Hits - The Early Years" LP 'Minty' PROMO, '360 Sound' Columbia, MONO
NIKKI SUDDEN "Whiskey Priest" b/w "Venetian Rags" SOL (Singles Only Label), co. sleeve, sadly departed Swell Maps leader, RIP
PINK NOISE "Alpha" LP - Almost Ready Recs. a label secretly run by Carlo drinking 'fake-Italian' Mario
LORETTE VELVETTE "Eager Boy +2" 7" on Singles Going Steady. unsung Memphis, Hellcats singer, Tav Falco paramour, w/ Mick Collins and Alex Chilton!
v/a "The Immediate Singles Story - Twenty by Ten- A Compleat Collection", '85 comp. of early (and great) trax by Nico (her pre- Velvet Underground single debut), Earl Vince & The Valiants ('Somebody's Gonna Get Their Head Kicked In Tonight'), Rod Stewart (pre- Faces), Chis Farlowe (doing the Stones), Glyn Johns, Small Faces, etc. has a bit more cover wear, including cut corner, plays fine here
THE SMALL FACES "Archetypes" MGM LP - of course this is a Great comp, has cut corner
THE WHO "Meaty Beaty Big and Bouncy" LP 1971 Track Records original, vinyl has many light marks, plays fine, great comp, the early stuff, their best!
v/a "It Will Stand - Minit Records 1960-63" classic label comp. EMI '86 pressing from Irma Thomas, Benny Spellman, Ernie K-Doe, Eskew Reeder (aka: Esquerita), Aaron Neville (and Brothers who are all over this), Allen Toussaint, etc.
ELECTRIC BUNNIES "Through The Magical Door" LP, Florida's Dying, gatefold w/ board game, LSD not required to play. Selling for a friend, he's soooo fried, but the record and cover are nice.
THE SWAN SILVERTONES - Get Right With The... LP '86 comp '56-'63 sides by gospel soul greats
v/a "World's Lousy With Ideas, Vol. 8" LP - a 'best of' the current (at the time) underground/indie/garage/punk/Termbo/whatever rock n roll comp w/ these heavies: Vivian Girls, Blank Dogs, Times New Viking, Intelligence, Guinea Worms, Sic Alps (w/ Ty Segal), Thee Oh Sees, Tyvek (rare one w/ the 'classic' 5-piece lineup), and Pink Reason (w/ Ryan Jewell) - this is the TNV cover edition (9 variations, each band submitted a design to be screenprinted) - includes insert
LEONARD COHEN "Greatest Hits" LP 1975 OG CBS, Tel Aviv pressing w/ lyrics insert (which is why you listen to him, right?)
DONOVAN "A Gift From A Flower To A Garden" Epic 2xLP boxed set, 1967 US OG, cover has some wear, corner edges are 'split', binding intact, nothing too bad overall. Cliff Barton played bass- close but no cigar. One LP is actually "Wear Your Love Like Heaven", the other is "For Little Ones" in a deluxe box package, fyi
PETER JEFFERIES and STEPHEN KILROY - Crossover b/w Wined Up 45, Ajax 1993 w/ Alf Danielson, Kiwi classic, Flying Nun / Expressway greats, members of Nocturnal Projections, This Kind Of Punishment, Cyclops, Plagal Grind, King Loser, etc.
STICK McGHEE and his BUDDIES "Drinkin' Wine Spo-Dee-O-Dee" LP, Crown Prince Recs (IG-401) Mono, nice 16 track blues rockin' comp by brother of Brownie McGhee, liners by Billy Millar, classic title cut covered by Msr. Jeffrey Evans / 68 Comeback (Gibson Bros) + many others
Ike and Tina Turner "s/t" International Joker Production Recs. (SM 3913) great comp w/ cool photo on cover
THE 39 STEPS DVD movie, "like new" great condition, universally hailed classic 1935 film directed by Alfred Hitchcock - the best known of his British films. First printing 1999 by The Criterion Collection (56) w/ booklet/insert and all the quality and extras you've come to expect from this imprint
BONNIE 'PRINCE' BILLY "Summer In The Southeast" 2xLP on Sea Note, nice sturdy gatefold jacket from tripper, Will Oldham aka: Palace Songs/Music, etc. i'm sure there must be at least a tiny bit of luv amongst a few VeeTee fans for this trippin' troubadour.
THE CRAMPS - Silver Juilee Edition (25th Anniversary) PROMO POSTER for "6 CD/LP reissues from these ultimate degenearates...." 11" x 17" (high) color, folded in center as issued "Vengeance ...more powerful than a vat of boiling ACID!"
PROMO POSTER 11" x 22" (high) color, folded in center as issued
THE HORNETS - Motorcycles U.S.A. LP on Liberty (LST-7348) fuzz instro-mental road music and revved sounds abound here, medium amount of light visible wear, plays loud & strong, only slight surface noise, cover is fairly nice, hardly any wear and has very cool pics of racing dirt bikes, etc.
BON SCOTT "Seasons Of Change 1968-72" LP 1987 Raven Recs. "Rare, Original Recordings by The Valentines and Fraternity. Plus an exclusive interview." Great snaps, including one of the bands on the front all decked out in head to toe red long sleeve t-shirts and bell bottoms w/ buckle shoes. Ha, even the future AC/DC wildman singer
THE SCREWS - "Hate Filled Classics" LP, In The Red Records, long out of print CLASSIC debut from Mick Collins and his west coast combo doing swell-o-riffic originals and covers of The Mad, Frank Zappa, Redd Kross. Members of The Gories, Red Aunts, Dirtbombs, King Sound Quartet, Johnny Hash, Royal Trux, Blacktop, etc. Has a few more light marks on vinyl, plays fine.
THE SCREWS - "Shake Your Monkey" LP, In The Red Records, long out of print jammer from Mick Collins and his west coast combo doing swell-o-riffic covers of Ike Turner, James Chance / Contortions, Jimi Hendrix, etc. Members of The Gories, Red Aunts, Dirtbombs, King Sound Quartet, Blacktop, etc.
THE ELECTRIC PRUNES "Underground" LP Reprise OG MONO in nice shape, psychedelics (take 'em)
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FRANCOISE HARDY "The 'Yeh-Yeh' Girl From Paris!" LP, OG MONO on 4 Corners of the World Recs. vinyl has lots of light age/play wear but plays great! Cover is beautiful as is the singer pictured.
LOVE - Out Here LP, Blue Thumb original 2x double LP, pretty f'n great, i should (might) keep it, light marks on de vine eel. Cool gatefold cover, man. I just can't stand the curse of double records.
MONDO TOPLESS DVD movie, titilating classic 1966 pseudo documentary film directed "... from Hollywood -- and your ole' bosom buddy!" Russ Meyer - starring Babette Bardot, Pat Barrington, Sin Lenee, Darlene Gray, Diane Young, Darla Paris, Donna X, and Lorna Maitland "in scenes from her screen test that show why she won the role of LORNA!!!" First printing 2002 Bosomania edition w/ /catalog and separate insert showing stills and movie posters from his other torrid features. Disc has a few light marks that don't affect the play on my machine. Adult-Only, NO sales to minors
MUTANTES s/t debut on Vinyl Lovers "Remastered Reissue of the original 1969 album", new but not sealed from 'Os' Mutantes, Tropicalia psychedelic pop classic