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In 1993, two Ohio boys, Gordon Anderson and Gabby Castellana, both separately started businesses - Collectors' Choice Music and Hep Cat Records & Distribution - that were to become two of the most important outlets for buyers and sellers of vintage music recordings. Now, 18 years later, they have joined forces to launch Real Gone Music, a reissue label dedicated to serving both the collector community and the casual music fan with a robust release schedule combining big-name artists with esoteric cult favorites.  Real Gone Music is a music company dedicated to combing the vaults for sounds that aren't just gone - they're REAL GONE.

What makes a piece of music real gone? It can be from any era, any genre, from superstar acts or the most overlooked artist - but if it's REAL GONE, it's an essential recording coming to you with excellent sound and packaging, designed to make you feel like you did the first time you bought an album or single at your local record store.  And, unique among American indie reissue labels, our release schedule is going to feature about ten titles per month. Because there is still a lot of music out there to rediscover, savor and celebrate.

"Get real gone...for a change!"


Coming Soon!!!

The Alan Parsons Project/Eye in the Sky [35th Anniversary Edition] ....Blu-Ray Audio $19.99

The Alan Parsons Project/Eye in the Sky (35th Anniversary Edition) ....Blu-Ray Audio $19.99

Engineer for Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon, producer of Al Stewart's Year of the Cat, and bandleader of The Alan Parsons Project among many other credits, Alan Parsons has put the "studio" in the term "studio musician" throughout his long and multi-faceted career in the music business. Now, we at Real Gone Music are proud to present on bluray DVD one of The Alan Parsons Project's greatest albums, the muliti-layered masterpiece Eye in the Sky. The group's sixth studio album, Eye in the Sky was written by Eric Woolfson (who passed December 2, 2009) and Alan Parsons. A conceptual musical meditation on a variety of belief systems - the album's title refers to casino surveillance, earth-circling satellites, and the all-seeing eye of the Egyptian God Horus - Eye in the Sky has proved both timely and timeless, a remarkably prescient view of art, religion, politics, and culture for the 21st century. Originally released as part of the 35th Anniversary Boxset (released worldwide in December 2017), the 5.1 Surround Sound mix was engineered by Alan Parsons in April 2017 at Capitol Studios LA and is an auditory experience like no other. Says Parsons, "It was a wonderful experience to hear all the multitrack tape tracks from Eye in The Sky again - and for the first time in nearly 35 years, in their raw unmixed form. Hearing the various elements, performances, and moments of magic that were selected for the final mixes of the songs was an amazing experience... Audiophiles will be pleased to hear the brand new 5.1 Surround Sound mix, which I am extremely pleased with incidentally, and also a Hi Def stereo version taken from the original analog stereo master tape which was recorded simultaneously alongside the digital mix." Eclectic and visionary, Eye in the Sky covers a variety of musical and thematic bases, and is one of The Alan Parson's Project platinum-selling albums. Now it can be heard in a new, fully immersive way.

 

 

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Grateful Dead/Road Trips Vol. 4 No. 2 - April Fools' '88 ....triple CD $45.99

Grateful Dead/Road Trips Vol. 4 No. 2 - April Fools' '88 ....triple CD $45.99

Hailing from the well-regarded but seldom-recorded year of 1988 (this Road Trip marked the first physical release of any complete shows from that year), this three CD set offers all of the Dead's April 1, 1988 show at the Brendan Byrne Arena in East Rutherford, NJ (a.k.a. The Meadowlands), plus over half of the show from the preceding night.  The Dead were, of course, one of the great cover bands of all time, and here you get some real corkers, like the second and final performance of Dylan's "Ballad of a Thin Man" on April 1 and a medley of "Dear Mr. Fantasy"/"Hey Jude"/"All Along the Watchtower" on March 31 (followed by a "Knockin' on Heaven's Door" encore)! April 1 also features the very rarely performed "To Lay Me Down," but for many, the pair of medleys opening the second set, "China Cat Sunflower"/"I Know You Rider" and "Estimated Prophet"/"Eyes of the World," will prove the highlight of the night, as Bob Weir in particular takes flight during "Estimated" and the band lifts off right after him. Big, full-color booklet, mastered by Jeffrey Norman in HDCD sound.

 

 

Roy Buchanan/Live at Town Hall 1974 ....double CD $22.99

Roy Buchanan/Live at Town Hall 1974 ....double CD $22.99

This always-electrifying electric guitarist made some fine studio LPs, but his live album "Live Stock" is his most prized document. That LP drew from two sets at NYC's Town Hall on November 27, 1974-but it only featured six of the 21 songs Roy played that night (a seventh came out on a subsequent comp). Here, at long last, are all 21 songs from that night (14 unissued): two versions each of "Hey Joe, " "Too Many Drivers, " "Roy's Bluz, " "Can I Change My Mind, " "Further On up the Road, " "In the Beginning" and more blistering unheard Buchanan!

 

 

Barry McGuire & The Doctor/Barry Mcguire & The Doctor ....CD $14.99

Barry McGuire & The Doctor/Barry Mcguire & The Doctor ....CD $14.99

Barry intoned one of the most iconic protest songs of the '60s, "Eve of Destruction," but this 1971 LP is like nothing else he ever did. Fueled by illicit substances, he and blues guitarist "Doctor" Eric Hord (who played with Mamas & Papas) combined psychedelic story-songs with country-blues jams: "The Old Farm," "Too Much City," "Electric City," "Train" and more. This didn't sell a lick-even though Chris Hillman, Sneaky Pete Kleinow, Bernie Leadon and Herb Alpert played on the sessions-but it's become a cult classic that the No Depression roots-music blog called "a lost treasure of the era." CD debut!

 

 

Keely Smith/Sings the John Lennon-Paul McCartney Songbook ....CD $14.99

Keely Smith/Sings the John Lennon-Paul McCartney Songbook ....CD $14.99

Lots of pop vocalists have tackled the vaunted Lennon-McCartney songbook, but this 1964 release from the late, great Keely Smith was the first album by an artist of her ilk devoted to the lads from Liverpool. And perhaps the best one, too... with sparkling arrangements by Ernie Freeman and Benny Carter, and production from Keely's soon-to-be husband Jimmy Bowen, the record alternately seduces and swings, and Keely's voice - with its bluesy phrasing and lilt patented on The Strip - is the perfect instrument to interpret these Fab tunes. But there's more to the story here.  Sure, "groups" like The Chipmunks and The Hollyridge Strings released Beatles cover albums in 1964, but a pop singer? Of Keely's stature and pedigree? Not a chance. Keely risked ridicule from both the traditionalist and rock and roll camps by crossing over the great pop music divide to record these songs. Many of her peers were still openly dismissive of the Mop Tops; and the new generation digging the Merseybeat sound were likely to see her as square. It was just another courageous, nervy move in a career full of 'em; and Keely's reward was a smash album in the U.K. For the first-ever reissue of this classic record, we've added liner notes by Steve Hochman along with rare photos. Remastered by Mike Milchner at SonicVision... truly a Fabulous release!

 

 


More Classics from the Real Gone Catalog

The Beau Brummels/Triangle + Bradley's Barn ....CD $18.99

The Beau Brummels/Triangle + Bradley's Barn ....CD $18.99

While San Francisco's Beau Brummels are best known to casual fans for the British Invasion style hits "Laugh, Laugh" and "Just a Little," the two albums they cut for Warner Bros. with producer Lenny Waronker, Triangle and Bradley's Barn, remain their most artistically ambitious and critically acclaimed records, and continue to exert an influence on modern-day rockers well beyond their modest commercial success. The group was at a low point when they recorded Triangle; they were fresh off the debacle of Beau Brummels '66, the album of covers that was their ill-conceived Warner debut, and the original quintet had shrunk down to a trio of vocalist Sal Valentino, guitarist and principal songwriter Ron Elliott, and bassist Ron Meagher. But with Waronker as producer, the band was for the first time given the freedom to craft a coherent project from beginning to end, with help from some creative sidemen like Van Dyke Parks; the result was a moody, mysterious masterpiece that spoke to the psychedelic spirit of 1967 yet stood apart from it with such ethereal songs as "Magic Hollow" and "Painter of Women." Triangle also had hints of the newly emerging country rock style, and for 1968's Bradley's Barn, the Beau Brummels (now just consisting of Valentino and Elliott with Meagher off to the military) went to Nashville to record with such crack Music City session men as Jerry Reed, David Briggs, Norbert Putnam, and Kenneth Buttrey. Unfortunately, Bradley's Barn met the same fate as Triangle, scoring big with critics but not with audiences; today, however, highlighted by such twangy tunes as "Loneliest Man in Town" and "Long Walking Down to Misery," it's reckoned as a country rock landmark and a true alt-country precursor.  Real Gone Music is proud to present these two classic albums together on one CD for the first time, complete with Richie Unterberger's liner notes featuring quotes from songwriter Ron Elliott. Essential listening from perhaps the most underrated band of the '60s.

Cowboy/5'll Getcha Ten ....CD $16.99

Cowboy/5'll Getcha Ten ....CD $16.99

Led by Scott Boyer and Tommy Talton, the Jacksonville band Cowboy was discovered by none other than Duane Allman, who, as legend has it, banged on their door at 7 am one day and asked to hear some songs. He then recommended them to Capricorn label owner Phil Walden, who sent Allman Brothers producer Johnny Sandlin to check them out; Sandlin ended up producing several Cowboy albums for Capricorn, of which this 1971 release was the second. The Allman Brothers connection on this album is even more explicit than it was on their debut album (Reach for the Sky, also reissued by Real Gone Music); Allman plays guitar on "Lookin' for You" and dobro on "Please Be with Me," while ABB keyboardist Chuck Leavell appears on half of the album tracks.  But what makes 5'll Getcha Ten special - and indeed what makes it many Cowboy fans' favorite record - is the songwriting. "Please Be with Me" was covered by Eric Clapton on his classic 461 Ocean Boulevard release, and throughout the album a gentle undercurrent of spirituality courses through these beautifully played and sung songs, particularly on "What I Want Is You," "Innocence Song" and the title tune. Scott Schinder's notes contain revealing quotes from Tommy Talton; we've also added some great period photos and provided a pristine remastering job by Maria Triana at Battery Studios in New York. Worldwide CD debut!

King Curtis/The Complete Atco Singles ....triple CD $44.99

King Curtis/The Complete Atco Singles ....triple CD $44.99

King Curtis was the greatest R&B instrumentalist of all time, period. And it's not much of a contest. Born Curtis Ousley in Fort Worth, Texas in 1934, the saxophonist played on hundreds of the most hallowed recording sessions of all time, everything from the Coasters' "Yakety Yak" to John Lennon's Imagine album. But Curtis wasn't just a superstar sideman; he also was responsible for some of the greatest Pop/R&B instrumental albums of all time, including such Atco label classics as Live at Small's Paradise, King Curtis Plays the Great Memphis Hits, Instant Groove, and, of course, Live at Fillmore West. Often overshadowed by the brilliance of his session work and his long players, however, is the fact that Curtis was actually quite a successful singles artist, notching 25 Pop and 10 R&B hits during his storied career. And, though it was during his tenure(s) at Atco that he recorded the most popular albums of his career, he also cut a mind-boggling 66 single sides (including two that never were released until now) for the label. It is this hitherto-untapped treasure trove that Real Gone Music's King Curtis: The Complete Atco Singles presents on three CDs in this unprecedented collection.  Not only is this the first time on CD for virtually all of these original mono single mixes, but among these 66 tracks are over two dozen sides that never appeared on LP! That's right .. even if you own every Atco album King Curtis put out, you have never heard over a third of this set unless you bought all of the original 45s back in the day. And the caliber of the musicianship? Well, as the most in-demand session man in America, Curtis got to know a lot of folks, so appearing on these sessions are the great Muscle Shoals and Memphis studio cats like Cornell Dupree, Jimmy Johnson, Spooner Oldham, Roger Hawkins, Tommy Cogbill, and Reggie Young, plus a few other folks you might have heard of, like Duane Allman, Eric Clapton, and Delaney Bramlett! Not to mention the alternately tender, searing, and soaring sax lines of Mr. Curtis himself, heard on such classic tracks as "Memphis Soul Stew," "Ode to Billie Joe," and "Whole Lotta Love" (yes, the Led Zeppelin song) cheek-by-jowl with a host of smokin' rare Bsides. Leiber & Stoller Music Publishing head honcho Randy Poe supplies the liner notes (Leiber and Stoller, of course, had a long relationship with Curtis), which we've put inside a gleaming 8-panel digipak sporting some great photos and Atco single labels. All but one of the 66 tracks have been transferred from tape in the Warner/Atlantic archives, and Mike Milchner of SonicVision provides the meticulous remastering. The R&B retrospective of the year!

Delaney & Bonnie and Friends/Motel Shot [Expanded Edition] ....CD $17.99

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Though they never achieved the popular success enjoyed by some of their peers, Delaney & Bonnie Bramlett spearheaded the roots-rock revolution of the late '60s and early '70s along with The Allman Brothers and The Band, turning away from the exoticism of psychedelia towards music "rooted" in blues, country, and soul.  Witness the fact that the "And Friends" that played with the pair included Eric Clapton, George Harrison, Leon Russell, Dave Mason and Bobby Whitlock....out of Delaney and Bonnie's various aggregations arose Derek and the Dominoes and Joe Cocker's band for the legendary Mad Dogs and Englishmen tour.  And for Motel Shot, the duo's fourth studio album and their third for Atco/Atlantic, the circle of "friends" included Cocker, Whitlock, and Mason, plus appearances by Duane Allman, Gram Parsons, and John Hartford among others!  But for the most part, this is a largely acoustic, charmingly informal affair dipped in gospel and dominated by the Bramletts and Whitlock; the Motel Shot title refers to informal, after hours jam sessions on the road. But there's a whole lot more to the story (and to this release!). The project began not in a hotel room but in the living room of engineer Bruce Botnick, with November 1970 sessions as a prospective release for Elektra Records. But, after Delaney had a falling out with label head Jac Holzman, the project moved to Atco, who put the "band" into a proper studio to re-record much of the material. Those later sessions comprise the original album, which has heretofore only appeared briefly on CD in Japan; but, after hours of tape research, co-producers Bill Inglot and Pat Thomas uncovered the original "living room" sessions that yielded the eight unreleased tracks on this Expanded Edition CD release - and notably is the first American CD release of the original Motel Shot album as well.   Remastered by Inglot, with an essay by Thomas that includes exclusive (and extremely candid) quotes from Bonnie Bramlett, Bobby Whitlock, Bruce Botnick, and Jac Holzman, Motel Shot finally is presented here the way it was originally conceived, and takes its rightful place as one of the great albums of the classic era of the roots rock movement.

The Electric Prunes/The Complete Reprise Singles ....CD $16.99

The Electric Prunes/The Complete Reprise Singles ....CD $16.99

Though the Electric Prunes were responsible for some of the boldest and most experimental pop of the late '60s, they always were, more than just about any band of their ilk, a singles-oriented act, at least in their earliest incarnation. In fact, according to vocalist James Lowe, the engineers at American Recording, where many of their early singles were recorded, used to transmit the single mixes to a radio in a car parked outside the studio to make sure the songs sounded good in the medium through which most people would hear them. As a result, the Prunes singles were punchier than their album counterparts, and were, above all, mono - yet to date, no legitimate collection has ever compiled these singles, many of which have never been on CD in their original mix. Now, for the first time, Real Gone Music has assembled all 23 of their original single sides for Reprise, which span several band line-ups and several legendary producers (Dave Hassinger, David Axelrod) with very different visions, yet remain of remarkably consistent high quality. Richie Unterberger's notes include track commentary from the band and shots of the original singles themselves. Special bonus: the band's demonstration of the Vox Wah-Wah Pedal!

Grateful Dead/Dick's Picks Vol. 2 - Columbus Ohio 10-31-71 ....double CD $24.99

Grateful Dead/Dick's Picks Vol. 2 - Columbus Ohio 10-31-71 ....double CD $24.99

The Grateful Dead's Halloween 1971 performance is almost enough to make one believe in spirits. For that night - captured on this, the only single CD release in the entire Dick's Picks series - the group played the most ethereal, dreamy, and, yes, spooky version of "Dark Star" ever recorded; it's almost as if Jerry Garcia was communing with his ancestors (and maybe John Coltrane) for the first seven minutes of his beautifully structured, contemplative and yearning solo. Then, after the vocal verse, Garcia, rhythm guitarist Bob Weir and bassist Phil Lesh take turns suggesting a new improvisational theme before the band telepathically picks up on a two-note theme and Garcia launches into some of the most ecstatic guitar playing ever captured on tape anywhere (labeled by some the "Tighten Up" jam after the Archie Bell & the Drells song; others hear an embryonic "Eyes of the World"). The rest of the disc is more than fine, with a spirited "Sugar Magnolia," a rare, early '70s performance of "St. Stephen" (the final live version until 1976) and a great "Not Fade Away"/"Goin' Down the Road Feeling Bad" closer rounding out the 59-minute program. But really, the "Dark Star" is worth the price of this single CD release alone. Out of print for years!

Grateful Dead/Road Trips Vol. 4 No. 3 - Denver '73 ....triple CD $52.99

Grateful Dead/Road Trips Vol. 4 No. 3 - Denver '73 ....triple CD $52.99

Denver was always one of the Dead's favorite stops, and the pair of shows they played there on the hallowed Fall 1973 tour were a high time indeed. This three CD set - which has never before been released at retail - offers the complete November 21, 1973 show along with some choice excerpts from the night before, all beautifully recorded by Kidd Candelario and mastered by Jeffrey Norman in HDCD sound. Appropriately enough for the setting, the first set is laced with cowboy tunes like "Jack Straw," "Mexicali Blues," and "Big River" (a particularly good rendition), but the real revelation is the second set, which launches into an unprecedented and seamless 62 minute medley of "Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo"/"Playing in the Band"/"El Paso"/"Playing in the Band"/"Wharf Rat"/"Playing in the Band" (three times!)/"Morning Dew." Wow! The November 20 material at the end of disc three is quite worthy as well, highlighted by an adventurous "The Other One." The 16-page full-color booklet features notes by Blair Jackson. A keeper!

Grateful Dead/Road Trips Vol. 4 No. 4 - Spectrum 4-6-82 ....triple CD $52.99

Grateful Dead/Road Trips Vol. 4 No. 4 - Spectrum 4-6-82 ....triple CD $52.99

Despite 1982 having been among the best years of touring for the Brent Mydland-era Grateful Dead, only one authorized release (Dick's Picks Vol. 32) had come from that year prior to the August 2011 release of this concert, and only one other since (one of the shows included in the 30 Trips Around the Sun box); it remains probably the least documented year in the band's history when weighed against its overall quality. But that's just one of the reasons Road Trips Vol. 4 No. 4 belongs in any Dead Head's library.   This show, which hails from one of the band's best and favorite venues, the Philadelphia Spectrum, kicks off a rock solid first set with "Cold Rain and Snow" segue-ing into "Promised Land" and follows it with sparkling versions of "Big Railroad Blues," "Jack-A-Roe," and "It's All Over Now" among others, while set two gets off to a similarly strong start with an irresistibly funky "Shakedown Street" and winds up with a sublime encore of "It's All Over Now, Baby Blue," with exceptional versions of "Truckin'," "The Other One," and "Morning Dew" in between. Bonus material from the previous night (including the rarely-performed "Deep Elem Blues") just add to the early '80s goodness, all presented in HDCD sound. Nice 12-page full-color booklet, too!

Grateful Dead/Road Trips Vol. 4 No. 5 - Boston Music Hall 6-9-76 ....triple CD $49.99

Grateful Dead/Road Trips Vol. 4 No. 5 - Boston Music Hall 6-9-76 ....triple CD $49.99

It was our great honor at Real Gone Music to issue all 36 volumes of Dick's Picks, the Grateful Dead's landmark live concert series; over the four and a half years it took us to release all three dozen titles, we sometimes felt like we were on the greatest Dead tour ever, every single show a classic! Well, our diligence in releasing Dick's Picks has had a "Ripple" effect, for now the band is entrusting us with releasing its subsequent live concert series, Road Trips! Unlike Dick's Picks, which saw about two-thirds of its titles go to regular retail in their original incarnations, NONE of the entries in the Road Trips series were offered to retail outlets outside of the Dead's own website. The Road Trips series was also a little different from Dick's Picks in that the early volumes assembled tracks from different shows on the same tour, while later volumes presented single shows. Since it worked so well with Dick's Picks, we are reissuing the last titles first, and we have enlisted the series' original designer, Steve Vance, to convert the original wallet packaging to customer-friendly triple-CD jewel case. Another cache of brilliant live Dead, finally available in record stores!

In June 1976, the Grateful Dead ended its 20-month hiatus from touring with two shows at the Paramount in Oregon, then headed to Boston and the acoustically friendly confines of its Music Hall for a four-night run. This show is from the first night and was hence the third show on the "comeback tour." The band is clearly settling back into a groove here; in particular, Jerry Garcia's voice is as strong as it's ever been, and the inclusion of some unusual material (like the only encore version of "Franklin's Tower" ever performed) makes this a highly collectible show. Among the highlights are a dazzling "Crazy Fingers" from Blues for Allah (which had been released during the band's hiatus, so new to set lists), and an exceptionally long and tight "St. Stephen" to lead off the second set. The third disc offers bonus gems, like a rare version of "Mission in the Rain," from the last night of the run, too; excellent sound throughout, long out of print!

The Ides of March/Vehicle [Expanded Slipcase Edition] ....CD $13.99

The Ides of March/Vehicle [Expanded Slipcase Edition] ....CD $13.99

With our release of well-received titles by Blood, Sweat & Tears and Tower of Power, we at Real Gone have become something of a home for the great "horn bands" of the late '60s and early '70s, and our reissue of The Ides of March's classic Vehicle album on the 50th brings another one into the fold. "The Ides" began in a basement in the Chicago suburb of Berwyn on October 16th, 1964, and have stayed together ever since; only the Rolling Stones really rival them for longevity. And this album, Vehicle, was their commercial high-water mark; its title track went to #2 and the album to #55 on the 1970 charts. It's a happy collision (no pun intended) of the band's garage-y British pop influences and the more progressive sounds of Chicago and BS&T that were sweeping through FM radio at the time; our Expanded Edition features four single bonus tracks and notes by Richie Unterberger featuring quotes from the band's Jim Peterik and Larry Millas. Now out in a lower-priced version with upgraded slipcase packaging!

Iron Butterfly/Ball [Expanded Edition] ....CD $14.99

Iron Butterfly/Ball [Expanded Edition] ....CD $14.99

Everybody remembers In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida, but guess what? This album actually went higher in the charts for Iron Butterfly, going all the way to #3! Ball had a couple of hit singles in "In the Time of Our Lives" and "Soul Experience," but what really made the album tick was how the band (the classic line-up of Doug Ingle, Erik Brann, Lee Dorman and Ron Bushy) was able to move to a more melodic style while still retaining their righteous heavy-osity. Our Expanded Edition features two bonus single sides and much improved sound compared to its previous CD reissue, plus new liner notes by Bill Kopp.

Nils Lofgren/Nils Lofgren ....CD $16.99

Nils Lofgren/Nils Lofgren ....CD $16.99

As Nils himself puts it in his notes for our Real Gone reissue of this classic record, "My first self-titled solo album, affectionately nicknamed the 'Fat Man' album [after the front cover photo], remains a colorful and dramatic chapter in my musical and personal life. And still, one of my best albums." Indeed, this 1975 release spawned a couple of instant classics in "Back It Up" and the Keith Richards homage "Keith Don't Go (Ode to the Glimmer Twin)," plus an exceptional cover of Carole King's "Goin' Back" among its many high points. And while some fans familiar with Nils' work with Grin and Neil Young were expecting more guitar flash, the spare production by David Briggs and the funky, sympathetic rhythm section of Aynsley Dunbar and Wornell Jones put the focus where it belonged: on the songs. The reputation of this album has only grown over the years, but its only recent appearance on CD in this country was on a long out of print limited edition release; our Real Gone version features liner notes from Nils that take you behind the scenes in the studio and even on the album art photo shoot, and adds some rare pictures to boot. You gotta have this one if you're a '70s rocker.

The Mamas & The Papas/The Complete Singles 50th Anniiversary Collection ....double CD $32.99

The Mamas & The Papas/The Complete Singles 50th Anniiversary Collection ....double CD $32.99

With the debut of their first hit, "California Dreamin'," on the charts, The Mamas and the Papas proclaimed themselves to be a potent new force in the burgeoning West Coast folk-rock movement, announcing to the world that something special and beautiful was happening in California. Now, 50 years to the day after "California Dreamin'" entered the Billboard Hot 100 Real Gone Music is celebrating this very special anniversary by releasing The Mamas and the Papas: The Complete Singles - The 50th Anniversary Collection, a two-CD, 53-track set that includes for the first time ever the A and B side of every single the group released, all in their impossible-to-find-on-CD original mono single mixes. But this one-of-a-kind collection - which is remastered by Aaron Kannowski, the engineer responsible for Real Gone's acclaimed collections of singles by fellow Dunhill label acts The Grass Roots and Steppenwolf - doesn't stop with The Mamas and the Papas' singles; it also includes the solo single sides that group members Mama Cass Elliot, Denny Doherty and John Phillips cut for the Dunhill and ABC labels, again in their rare, original single mixes. Co-Producer Ed Osborne's notes feature quotes drawn from extended interviews with Mama Michelle Phillips and Dunhill label head and producer Lou Adler, while the package also includes a number of rarely-seen images of this eminently photographable band. Many of the solo singles and B-sides have never been on CD, let alone in their single mixes; plus, over the course of listening to this set (which clocks in at over 150 minutes) you're going to hear such legendary songs as "Monday, Monday," "California Dreamin'," "Creeque Alley," "I Saw Her Again," "Words of Love," "Dream a Little Dream of Me," "Glad to Be Unhappy," "Dedicated to the One I Love," and "It's Getting Better" exactly as folks heard them over the radio back in those halcyon days. Due to the unfortunate situation with the Dunhill single master tape reels (supposedly thrown out at the behest of one of the label's owners), Mamas and Papas fans had despaired of ever hearing the group's original singles on CD. Now, after countless hours spent tracking down sources, Real Gone Music is proud to release the most significant addition to The Mamas and the Papas discography in years!

Robbie Robertson & Alex North/Carny (O. S. T.) ....CD $16.99

Robbie Robertson & Alex North/Carny (O. S. T.) ....CD $16.99

Though he was one of the three acting leads (along with Jodie Foster and Gary Busey) in the 1980 film Carny, it's debatable how many fans of Robbie Robertson and his work with and without The Band are aware of this key release in his discography. That's because, despite the pedigree of its cast and the colorful setting of a traveling carnival, the film bombed at the box office, weighed down by a weak script and questionable directorial choices. But the score - half composed by Robertson and half by the great Alex North (Cleopatra, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf et al.) remains a wonderful oddity. Robertson had himself spent two years working at a carnival in his teens, so it was a subject near and dear to his heart (witness The Band's "Life Is a Carnival"); he also reached out to friends like Dr. John and Randall Bramlett to create sonic settings alternately sleazy, strutting and funky (and don't miss his guitar solo on "Garden of Earthly Delights"). North, for his part, seemed affected by what Robertson in Rob Bowman's liner notes to this Real Gone reissue terms the "insane" nature of the film shoot, particularly on the closing "Carny Theme," which Robertson calls "like Nina Rota on acid." Right after the film wrapped, Robertson went to New York to serve as musical supervisor for Martin Scorsese's Raging Bull, which began a long string of collaborations with Scorsese and other film directors; thus, as his first involvement with dramatic film, Carny really heralded a new artistic avenue in Robertson's career. Worldwide debut on CD, with liner notes featuring copious quotes from the actor/composer himself!

Shanti/Shanti ....CD $14.99

Shanti/Shanti ....CD $14.99

One of the earliest and greatest raga rock bands!  Shanti's most famous member was the legendary tabla player Zakir Hussain, who moved to Marin County in the late '60s and was eventually to hook up with the Grateful Dead's Mickey Hart in the Diga Rhythm Band and Planet Drum. But before that, he formed this outfit, which also featured renowned sarod player Ashish Khan along with former members of the Loading Zone, Cold Blood and the Travel Agency. The blend of East and West on this 1971 album is utterly unique; the closest comparison might be Kaleidoscope with respect to the exoticism and the caliber of musicianship, but Shanti's harmonies sound more like Crosby, Stills & Nash and the flavor is definitely more Indian than Middle Eastern. Over the years, Shanti has ascended into serious cult status, having been sampled by everybody from Fatboy Slim to Richard Ashcroft, but it's never been reissued in any form till now. Richie Unterberger's notes place Shanti (the group and the album) within the late '60s/early '70s Bay Area rock cosmos. A Real Gone raga resurrection and a real head trip!

Soft Machine/Live at the Paradiso [Limited "Soft" Purple Vinyl Edition] ....vinyl LP $29.99

Soft Machine/Live at the Paradiso [Limited "Soft" Purple Vinyl Edition] ....vinyl LP $29.99

Soft Machine was one of the first prog-rock bands, but if your vision of prog-rock consists of musicians wreathed in pot smoke airily singing of fairies and wizards, it will be summarily dispelled by this fantastic "authorized bootleg," which captures the band in March 1969 at the Paradiso in Amsterdam, playing material that was to be released six months later on Soft Machine: Volume Two. The trio of Robert Wyatt on drums and vocals, Mike Ratledge on organ, and Hugh Hopper on bass launch what can only be called a high-decibel, jazz-rock sonic assault; "Like vindaloo for the ears" is how Hopper puts it on the accompanying notes on the inner sleeve, adding, "I do remember playing incredibly loud, Mike on fuzz organ and me on fuzz bass, both through hundred-watt Marshall stacks."  Some of the frenzied instrumental passages might recall Miles Davis' Agharta-era band, but remember, this is a trio making all this racket (in 1969, no less); Soft Machine at this point in time were on a journey all their own. This is the first-ever vinyl release of this notorious concert, and it comes on "soft" purple vinyl limited to 1000 copies. Anybody interested in just how far out rock got in the late '60s will want to give this repeated listens.

Jeremy Spencer/Jeremy Spencer [Expanded Edition] ....CD $15.99

Jeremy Spencer/Jeremy Spencer [Expanded Edition] ....CD $15.99

With Mick Fleetwood, John McVie, Danny Kirwan and Peter Green all playing on the record, it would be easy to label Jeremy Spencer's 1970 solo release "The Great Lost Early Fleetwood Mac Album." And you'd be right - up to a point. For while Spencer's bandmates are all unmistakably there - perhaps making up for Spencer's absence on Then Play On - this record is very much a product of Spencer's own unique take on blues and pop music. Spencer was always a bit of a wildcard in Fleetwood Mac; on record, he was the most tradition minded bluesman in the band, but on stage he was a real live wire, notable not just for his scorching (and sometimes suggestive) renditions of old blues tunes but also for his gifted mimicry of such performers as Elvis Presley, Buddy Holly and John Mayall. That penchant for parody definitely carries over to Jeremy Spencer; Presley ("If I Could Swim the Mountain"), Holly ("Linda"), and Mayall ("Mean Blues") all get their come uppance, with nods to surf pop ("Surfin' Girl") and rockabilly ("You Made a Hit," previously recorded by Charlie Rich and Ray Smith) along the way. But perhaps the best tunes on the album are two flat-out rockers: "Here Comes Charlie (with His Dancing Shoes On)" is a Yardbirds-style rave-up, while "Take a Look Around Mrs. Brown" could easily have been a Small Faces track from circa 1967 (though it's preceded by the sound of somebody throwing up - nobody would ever, and we mean ever, accuse Spencer of catering to commercial interests). Our Expanded Edition of this charmingly eccentric cult classic includes liner notes by Richie Unterberger featuring quotes from the artist and a non-LP bonus track, "Teenage Darling," that Spencer used to perform on stage dressed as Elvis Presley!

Steppenwolf/The ABC-Dunhill Singles Collection ....double CD $32.99

Steppenwolf/The ABC-Dunhill Singles Collection ....double CD $32.99

What was the hardest-rocking band ever to notch three Top Ten hits? For our money, it's Steppenwolf. Formed from the Canadian band The Sparrow (including Dennis Edmonton a.k.a. Mars Bonfire), and led by vocalist John Kay, Steppenwolf scored with "Born to Be Wild," "Magic Carpet Ride" and "Rock Me" in the space of nine months back in 1968-1969, and hit the charts eleven more times up through the mid-'70s. Often tagged as a biker band - mostly due to their prominent presence on the soundtrack to Easy Rider - Steppenwolf was actually a socially-conscious, highly political outfit, never more so than on their controversial LP Monster, one of 14 charting albums released by the band over a 20-year period. This ability to enjoy commercial success on both the single and album fronts puts them in a very rare category in the annals of rock and roll; and, unsurprisingly, their albums have been well represented in the CD reissue era. Their singles, however, have largely been unavailable on CD in their original 45 mixes, as the tapes for the singles have long been missing (legend has it Dunhill label chief Jay Lasker discarded all the label's multi-track tapes and mono masters after having deemed them too expensive to store). But, just like on our critically-acclaimed Grass Roots singles set, engineer Aaron Kannowski has, after a worldwide search, rounded up the best sources available and put together a two-CD set that doesn't just include the A and B-side of every Steppenwolf single on the ABC/Dunhill label (including, for the first time ever, a decent sounding "Magic Carpet Ride"), but of every John Kay solo single as well! And, speaking of John Kay, he sat down with co-producer Ed Osborne for a thorough, track-by-track review for the liner notes (John also requested that we use the album version of "Monster" rather than the single version, because the single is such a pieced-together "Frankenstein" job...pun intended). At 38 tracks, and featuring photos by long-time band photographers Henry Diltz and Tom O'Neal nee Gundelfinger, this is the ultimate Steppenwolf collection - one long dreamed of by the band's fans - and it's finally yours after years of preparation from Real Gone Music!

The Unforgiven/The Unforgiven (Expanded Edition) ....CD $14.99

The Unforgiven/The Unforgiven (Expanded Edition) ....CD $14.99

In 1984, after an article in UK music magazine NME touted The Unforgiven as the next big thing, the six-man guitar band with a look straight out of The Good, The Bad and The Ugly exploded onto an unsuspecting LA hair metal scene with a profoundly different image and sound than anything happening on the Sunset Strip at the time. Within months, the young band found themselves in the middle of one of the biggest bidding wars in music business history. They signed with Motley Crue's manager, Metallica's attorney, powerhouse booking agency CAA, and inked a multi-million dollar recording contract with Elektra records. But the ill-fated country-rock act recorded only one self-titled album, produced by famed Boston producer, John Boylan. The album featured an iconic, black and white cover shot that looked like a movie poster from a '60s western, and it yielded a hit video at MTV for the band's first single: "I Hear the Call." So what went wrong? Well, The Unforgiven set new standards for rock 'n' roll excess, at one point being banned from the state of Colorado for life while on tour with ZZ Top. Then, the incorrigible band of guitar heroes was dropped by both management and label as they succumbed to infighting and the ravages of the road.  As a result, this album never quite got its due; but today, it sounds like the Technicolor frontier love child of the Clash, U2, the Pogues, Def Leppard, Big Country and Ennio Morricone, definitely a hit record that coulda woulda shoulda been. And, of course, the spaghetti western look of the band proved to be enormously influential on everyone from Guns and Roses to Bon Jovi. Now, we at Real Gone Music are proud to present this lost '80s classic in its entirety, with a bonus track (the single version of "I Hear the Call") and a new track recorded by the band in support of their one-off appearance at the 2012 Stagecoach Festival. Liner notes by Chris Morris feature quotes from the band. Don your duster and get ready to rock!

Rick Wakeman/Rhapsodies ....CD $16.99

Rick Wakeman/Rhapsodies ....CD $16.99

Real Gone Music concludes its survey of Rick Wakeman's solo recordings for the A&M label with yet another first-time-on-CD-in-the-U.S. release, this time of his last album for the label, a double-LP from 1979. Unlike many of his other solo records, Rhapsodies consists of short, largely improvisational pieces (17 in all for a 2-LP set - that's practically Ramones style for this composer!) that are brimming with the whimsy and prodigious chops we've come to expect from the erstwhile Yes keyboardist. On the lighter side are the opening track, "Pedra da Gavea," which sets keyboard licks and processed vocals to none other than a Bo Diddley beat, and "Swan Lager," which arranges one of the main themes from "Swan Lake" as a reggae number! But Wakeman's closing solo piano take on "Summertime" is nothing short of gorgeous, and reminds us that, lurking behind the prog rock god/clown facade, was a sensitive and fully mature artist....when he wanted to be. Otherwise, enjoy the dizzying array of musical ideas and motifs from the flying fingers of Mr. Wakeman, with artful annotation by Bill Kopp. Produced by Tony Vischonti of David Bowie fame.

Jesse Winchester/Seems Like Only Yesterday - Live in Montreal 1976 ....CD $18.99

Jesse Winchester/Seems Like Only Yesterday - Live in Montreal 1976 ....CD $18.99

With the passing of Jesse Winchester last year, America lost one of its truly great singer-songwriters, but here is an unexpected release that will remind both his fans and those new to his art what a remarkable talent he was. Seems Like Only Yesterday - Live in Montreal 1976 presents, for the first time anywhere since it aired, the 1976 radio broadcast from Montreal that marked the first time anyone in the United States had heard Jesse perform live since his exile in Canada as a draft resister began in the late '60s (it was also the first ever live show broadcast internationally on stereo FM radio). And, in what had to have been an emotional occasion for Jesse, he rises to the occasion with a sterling set (featuring a full band) that included such classics as "Mississippi You're on My Mind" (covered by Jerry Jeff Walker among many others), "Yankee Lady" (cut by Tim Hardin, Brewer & Shipley and Melanie), "Brand New Tennessee Waltz" and the underground radio stoner classic "Twigs and Seeds," plus some beautiful covers of songs made famous by other artists, like the Everly Brothers' "Bowling Green." Crystal clear sound, liner notes by long-time Winchester fan Gene Sculatti, and photos help make this one of the year's biggest singer-songwriter finds, and a timely tribute to the artist. Not to be missed!

 


The Complete Real Gone Music Catalog

 

 

The 4 Seasons/Big Girls Don't Cry & 12 Others [Ltd. Mono Mini-LP Sleeve Ed.] ....CD $17.99
The 4 Seasons/Sherry & 11 Others [Ltd. Mono Mini-LP Sleeve Ed.] ....CD $17.99
The 5th Dimention/The Complete Soul City-Bell Singles 1966-1975 ....triple CD $35.99
The Ad Libs/The Complete Blue Cat Recordings ....CD $18.99
Cannonball Adderley/Big Man - The Legend of John Henry ....CD $17.99
The Cannonball Adderly Quintet/Music You All ....CD $12.99
The Cannonball Adderly Quintet/The Price You Got to Pay to Be Free ....CD $15.99
Air Supply/The Columbia & Arista Years: The Definitive Edition ....double CD $21.99
Allspice/Allspice ....CD $14.99
The Amazing Rhythm Aces/Stacked Deck + Too Stuffed to Jump ....CD $18.99
Lynn Anderson/The Definitive Collection ....double CD $21.99
The Animals/The Mickie Most Years and More ....5 CD Boxed Set $89.99
Eddy Arnold/Complete Original #1 Hits ....CD $18.99
Artful Dodger/The Complete Columbia Recordings ....double CD $22.99
Chet Atkins & Les Paul/Guitar Monsters [Remastered] ....CD $16.99
Chet Atkins & The Boston Pops/The Pops Goes Country + The Pops Goes West [Remastered] ....CD $16.99
Eden Atwood/I'm Glad There Is You - The Best of the Concord Years ....CD $13.99
David Axelrod/Messiah: David Axelrod's Rock Interpretation of Handel's Messiah ....CD $15.99

The B-52's/Live! 8.24.1979 ....CD $13.99
Banana & The Bunch/Mid-Mountain Ranch (Limited Mini LP Sleeve Edition) ....CD $18.99
Robert Bearns & Ron Dexter/Best of the Golden Voyage ....CD $16.99
The Beau Brummels/Triangle + Bradley's Barn ....CD $18.99
The Beckies/The Beckies ....CD $16.99
Belfegore/Belfegore ....CD $18.99
Jorge Ben/Ben (Limited Mini LP Sleeve Edition) ....CD $18.99
Brook Benton/Rainy Night in Georgia - The Complete Reprise & Cotillion Singles A's & B's ....double CD $27.99
Theodore Bikel/Theodore Bikel's Treasury of Yiddish Folk & Theatre Songs ....CD $16.99
Blood Sweat & Tears/The Complete Columbia Singles ....double CD $20.99
Blue Oyster Cult/Imaginos ....CD $16.99
George Braith/Musart ....CD $14.99
The Browns/Complete Pop & Country Hits ....CD $18.99
Roy Buchanan/Live at Town Hall 1974 ....double CD $22.99
Sandy Bull/Fantasias for Guitar and Banjo ....CD $13.99

Glen Campbell/Live in Japan ....CD $16.99
Jo Ann Campbell/All the Hits: Her Complete Cameo Recordings ....CD $18.99
Vikki Carr/Love Again: The Lost Columbia Masters ....CD $16.99
David Cassidy/Cassidy Live! [Remastered] ....CD $15.99
Cat Mother & The All Night Newsboys/The Street Giveth...and the Street Taketh Away ....CD $13.99
Kerry Chater/Love on a Shoestring ....CD $14.99
Kerry Chater/Part Time Love ....CD $14.99
Cheap Trick/The Epic Archive Vol. 1 1975-1979 ....CD $17.99
Circle Jerks/VI ....CD $15.99
Petula Clark/Natural Love - The Scotti Brothers Recordings ....CD $14.99
David Allan Coe/Texas Moon ....CD $14.99
Nat King Cole/Stardust - The Rare Television Performances ....double CD $25.99
Ornette Coleman/Ornette at 12 + Crisis ....CD $16.99
Rita Coolidge/Beautiful Evening - Live in Japan [Expanded Edition] ....CD $14.99
Larry Coryell/At the Village Gate ....CD $14.99
Larry Coryell/Coryell ....CD $14.99
Cowboy/5'll Getcha Ten ....CD $16.99
Cowboy/Reach for the Sky ....CD $16.99
Cowboy Copas/Complete Hit Singles A's & B's ....double CD $19.99
Bob Crewe/The Complete Elektra Recordings ....double CD $26.99
King Curtis/The Complete Atco Singles ....triple CD $44.99

The D.O.C./No One Can Do It Better [Expanded Edition] ....CD $18.99
Bobby Darin/Another Song on My Mind - The Mowtown Years ....double CD $25.99
Jessie Ed Davis/Red Dirt Boogie - The Atco Recordings 1970-1972 ....CD $17.99
Doris Day/Music Movies & Memories ....CD $18.99
Jay Dee/Come on in Love (Expanded Edition) ....CD $16.99
Sam Dees/The Show Must Go on ....CD $16.99
The Delfonics/40 Classic Soul Sides ....double CD $19.99
Jackie DeShannon/All the Love - The Lost Atlantic Recordings ....CD $16.99
Diamond Rio/The Definitive Collection ....double CD $19.99
The Dictators/Go Girl Crazy! [40th Anniversary Remastered & Expanded Edition] ....CD $16.99
Dion/The Complete Laurie Singles ....double CD $27.99
Denny Doherty/Of All the Things - The Complete ABC-Dunhill Masters ....CD $16.99
Ronnie Dove/Complete Original Chart Hits 1964-1969 ....CD $16.99
Dr. John [The Night Tripper]/Gris Gris [Remastered] ....CD $16.99
Dream Academy/Morning Lasted All Day: A Retrospective ....double CD $19.99
Patty Duke/Songs from Valley of the Dolls + Sings Folk Songs [Remastered] ....CD $18.99
Durocs/Durocs [Remastered] ....CD $16.99
Ronnie Dyson/Phase 2 + Brand New Day ....CD $18.99

Clint Eastwood/Rawhide's Clint Eastwood Sings Cowboy Favorites ....CD $14.99
Duane Eddy/Guitar Star - The Complete RCA Singls A's and B's ....CD $16.99

Fairport Convention/Live in Finland 1971 ....CD $14.99
Faith Hope & Charity/Life Goes On (Expanded Edition) ....import CD $14.99
Percy Faith/The Definitive Collection ....double CD $19.99
Fanny/Charity Ball [Remastered] ....CD $16.99
Fanny/Fanny ....CD $15.99
Fanny/Fanny Hill (Expanded Edition) ....CD $16.99
Fanny/Mother's Pride (Expanded Edition) ....CD $15.99
Maynard Ferguson/The New Sounds of Maynard Ferguson + Come Blow Your Horn: The Complete Cameo Recordings ....CD $17.99
Lisa Fischer/So Intense ....CD $16.99
Dan Fogelberg/The Definitive Anthology ....double CD $19.99
Redd Foxx/You Gotta Wash Your Ass ....CD $14.99

The Germs/(Gi) ....CD $16.99
Russ Giguere/Hexagram 16 ....CD $14.99
Mickey Gilley/The Definitive Hits Collection ....double CD $21.99
Lesley Gore/Love Me by Name [Expanded Edition] ....CD $14.99
Lesley Gore/Someplace Else Now ....CD $16.99
Eydie Gorme/An American Treasure ....triple CD $44.99
Eydie Gorme/Blame It on the Bossa Nova ....CD $18.99
Eydie Gorme/Don't Go to Strangers + Softly As I Leave You ....CD $25.99
Eydie Gorme/Gorme Country Style ....CD $18.99
Eydie Gorme/Since I Fell for You ....CD $18.99
Eydie Gorme/Tonight I'll Say a Prayer + It Was a Good Time ....CD $25.99
Robert Goulet/The Complete Columbia Christmas Recordings ....CD $17.99
The Grass Roots/The Complete Original Dunhill + ABC Hit Singles ....CD $18.99
Grateful Dead/Dick's Picks Vol. 1 - Tampa Florida 12/1/73 ....double CD $36.99
Grateful Dead/Dick's Picks Vol. 2 - Columbus Ohio 10-31-71 ....double CD $24.99
Grateful Dead/Dick's Picks Vol. 4 - Fillmore East 2-13&14-70 ....triple CD $45.99
Grateful Dead/Dick's Picks Vol. 6 - Hartford Civic Center 10-14-83 ....triple CD $45.99
Grateful Dead/Dick's Picks Vol. 7 - Alexandra Palace London 9-9 to 9-11-74 ....triple CD $45.99
Grateful Dead/Dick's Picks Vol. 8 - Harpur College Binghamton NY May 2 1970 ....triple CD $47.99
Grateful Dead/Dick's Picks Vol. 9 - Madison Square Garden, New York 9/16/90 ....triple CD $47.99
Grateful Dead/Dick's Picks Vol. 10: Winterland Arena 12-29-77 ....triple CD $46.99
Grateful Dead/Dick's Picks Vol. 11 - Stanley Theatre Jersey City 9/27/72 ....triple CD $47.99
Grateful Dead/Dick's Picks Vol. 12 - Providence Civic Center 6/26/74 + Boston Garden 6/28/74 ....triple CD $47.99
Grateful Dead/Dick's Picks Vol. 13 - Nassau Coliseum Uniondale NY 5/6/81 ....triple CD $46.99
Grateful Dead/Dick's Picks 16: Fillmore Auditorium San Francisco 11-8-69 ....triple CD $46.99
Grateful Dead/Dick's Picks 17: Boston Garden 9-25-91 ....triple CD $46.99
Grateful Dead/Dick's Picks 18: Dane County Coliseum Madison WI 2-3-78 + Cedar Falls IA 2-5-78 ....triple CD $46.99
Grateful Dead/Dick's Picks 19: 10-19-73 Oklahoma City Fairground ....triple CD $46.99
Grateful Dead/Dick's Picks Vol. 20: Capital Centre Landover MD 9-25-76 + Onondaga County War Memorial ....4 CD Set $59.99
Grateful Dead/Dick's Picks Vol. 21: Richmond Virginia 11-1-85 ....triple CD $46.99
Grateful Dead/Dick's Picks Vol. 23: 9-17-72 Baltimore Civic Center ....triple CD $46.99
Grateful Dead/Dick's Picks Vol. 27 - Oakland Coliseum Arena 12/16/92 ....triple CD $45.99
Grateful Dead/Dick's Picks Vol. 29 - 5/19/77 Fox Theatre Atlanta GA & 5/21/77 Lakeland Civic Center Arena ....6 CD Set $62.99
Grateful Dead/Dick's Picks Vol. 30: 3-25 & 28-72 Academy of Music New York ....4 CD Set $55.99
Grateful Dead/Dick's Picks Vol. 31 -  8/4-5 Philadelphia Civic Center & 8/6/74 Roosevelt Stadium Jersey City ....4 CD Set $54.99
Grateful Dead/Dick's Picks Vol. 36 - The Spectrum Philadelphia 9/21/72 ....4 CD Set $54.99
Grateful Dead/Road Trips Vol. 4 No. 2 - April Fools' '88 ....triple CD $45.99
Grateful Dead/Road Trips Vol. 4 No. 3 - Denver '73 ....triple CD $52.99
Grateful Dead/Road Trips Vol. 4 No. 4 - Spectrum 4-6-82 ....triple CD $52.99
Grateful Dead/Road Trips Vol. 4 No. 5 - Boston Music Hall 6-9-76 ....triple CD $49.99
Ray Griff/The Entertainer: Greatest U.S. & Canadian Hits ....CD $16.99
James Griffin/Summer Holiday ....CD $18.99

John Hammond/Mirrors ....CD $13.99
Gene Harris/The Three Sounds + Gene Harris of the Three Sounds [Remastered] ....CD $18.99
John Hartford/Aereo-Plain + Morning Bugle: The Complete Warner Bros. Recordings ....double CD $28.99
Hello People/Fusion ....CD $14.99
The Hooterville Honeys/The Girls from Petticoat Junction: Sixties Sounds ....CD $15.99
Bobbi Humphrey/Dig This [Remastered] ....CD $14.99
Stan Hunter & Sonny Fortune/Trip on the Strip ....CD $14.99
Willie Hutch/In Tune ....CD $14.99
Willie Hutch/Midnight Dancer ....CD $14.99

Iron Butterfly/Ball [Expanded Edition] ....CD $14.99
The Isley Brothers/Groove with You ... Live! ....CD $15.99

Mahalia Jackson/Sings the Great Television Performances ....CD $13.99
Stonewall Jackson/Original Greatest Hits ....CD $16.99
Jefferson Starship/Live in Central Park NYC May 12 1975 ....double CD $20.99
Flaco Jimenez/The Complete Arista Recordings ....CD $17.99
Alejandro Jodorowsky/El Topo (Original Motion Picture Score) ....CD $18.99
Little Willie John/Complete Hit Singles A's & B's ....double CD $19.99
Marc Johnson/Years [Expanded Edition] ....CD $14.99
Samuel Jonathan Johnson/My Music [Remastered] ....CD $14.99
George Jones & Tammy Wynette/Songs of Inspiration ....CD $16.99

Ray Kennedy/Ray Kennedy (Expanded Edition) ....CD $14.99
Evelyn "Champagne" King/The Complete RCA Hits and More! ....double CD $19.99
Freddie King/The Complete King Federal Singles [Remastered] ....double CD $27.99
Kris Kristofferson & Rita Coolidge/Full Moon [Expanded Edition] ....CD $18.99
Jim Kweskin/Relax Your Mind ....CD $14.99

Patti LaBelle & The Blue Belles/Complete Atlantic Sides Plus ....double CD $29.99
Bobby Lance/First Peace + Rollin' Man ....CD $18.99
Steve Lawrence/Winners! + On a Clear Day ....CD $25.99
Steve Lawrence & Eydie Gorme/Cozy + A Man and a Woman ....CD $25.99
Steve Lawrence & Eydie Gorme/Greatest Hits Vol. 1 ....CD $18.99
Steve Lawrence & Eydie Gorme/Greatest Hits Vol. 2 ....CD $18.99
Dickey Lee/Original Greatest Hits ....CD $16.99
Peggy Lee/At Last - The Lost Radio Recordings ....double CD $26.99
Claudia Lennear/Phew! ....CD $16.99
Gary Lewis & The Playboys/The Complete Liberty Singles ....double CD $27.99
Peggy Lipton/Complete Ode Recordings ....CD $16.99
Barbara Lynn/The Complete Atlantic Recordings ....CD $18.99
Johnny Lytle/The Soulful Rebel + People & Love ....CD $16.99

The Main Ingredient/L.T.D. + Black Seeds ....CD $16.99
The Mamas & The Papas/The Complete Singles 50th Anniiversary Collection ....double CD $32.99
The Mamas & The Papas/A Gathering of Flowers: The Anthology of The Mamas & The Papas ....double CD $18.99
Herbie Mann/Live at the Whisky 1969 - The Unreleased Masters ....double CD $27.99
Linda Martell/Color Me Country ....CD $14.99
Ricci Martin/Beached [Expanded Edition] ....CD $16.99
Dave Mason/The Columbia Years - The Definitive Anthology ....double CD $21.99
Johnny Mathis/Life Is a Song Worth Singing - The Complete Thom Bell Sessions ....double CD $22.99
Marilyn McCoo/Solid Gold [Expanded Version] ....CD $16.99
Ullanda McCullough/Ullanda McCullough + Watching You Watching Me ....CD $18.99
Mel McDaniel/Baby's Got Her Blue Jeans on: His Original Capitol Hits ....CD $18.99
McGough & McGear/McGough & McGear ....CD $16.99
Barry McGuire & The Doctor/Barry Mcguire & The Doctor ....CD $14.99
Rod McKuen/Listen to the Warm [Deluxe Edition] ....CD $16.99
Rod McKuen/Sold Out at Carnegie Hall [Deluxe Remastered Edition] ....double CD $25.99
The Meters/A Message from The Meters - The Complete Josie Reprise & Warner Bros. Singles 1968-1977 ....double CD $26.99
Jody Miller/Complete Epic Hits ....CD $16.99
Mitch Miller/The Definitive Collection ....double CD $19.99
The Mills Brothers/Wonderful Words of Life - The Inspirational Recordings ....CD $13.99
Eddie Money/The Complete Hits & More! ....double CD $19.99

Rick Nelson/The Complete Epic Recordings ....double CD $25.99
The New Christy Minstrels/A Retrospective 1962-1970 [Remastered] ....CD $18.99
New York Community Choir/Make Every Day Count [Expanded Version] ....CD $14.99
Alfred Newman/The Diary of Anne Frank (Original Film Soundtrack) ....CD $16.99
Laura Nyro/A Little Magic a Little Kindness - The Complete Mono Albums Collection ....double CD $22.99

Kenny O'Dell/Beautiful People [Remastered] ....CD $14.99
Original Soundtrack/Alejandro Jodorowsky's The Dance of Reality ....CD $14.99
Original Soundtrack/Alejandro Jodorowsky's The Holy Mountain ....CD $16.99
Original Soundtrack/The Fish that Saved Pittsburgh [Expanded Edition] ....CD $16.99
Original Soundtrack/How to Stuff a Wild Bikini ....CD $14.99

The Alan Parsons Project/Eye in the Sky (35th Anniversary Edition) ....Blu-Ray Audio $19.99
Johnny Paycheck/Take this Job and Shove It - The Definitive Collection ....double CD $21.99
Wilson Pickett/Land of 1000 Dances - The Complete Atlantic Singles Vol. One ....CD $16.99
Wilson Pickett/Mr. Magic Man: The Complete RCA Studio Recordings ....double CD $22.99
Billy Preston/16 Yr. Old Soul ....CD $14.99
Charley Pride/The Gospel Collection ....CD $14.99

The Rain Parade/Emergency Third Rail Power Trip + Explosions in the Glass Palace [Remastered Edition] ....CD $18.99
Gene Rains/Far Away Lands: The Exotic Music of Gene Rains ....CD $18.99
The Rascals/The Complete Singles A's & B's ....double CD $32.99
Jim Reeves/A Beautiful Life: Songs of Inspiration ....CD $14.99
Robbie Robertson & Alex North/Carny (O. S. T.) ....CD $16.99
Todd Rundgren & Utopia/Live at the Old Waldorf [Limited Gold Vinyl Edition] ....double vinyl LP $39.99

Barry Sadler/The Ballads of the Green Berets ....CD $16.99
Sam Samudio/Sam Hard and Heavy ....CD $13.99
Sea Level/Sea Level + Long Walk on a Short Pier ....CD $15.99
Shanti/Shanti ....CD $14.99
Billy Joe Shaver/The Complete Columbia Recordings [Remastered] ....double CD $23.99
Shirelles/Happy and in Love + Shirelles [Remastered] ....CD $16.99
Shoes/35 Years: The Definitive Shoes Collection 1977-2012 ....CD $16.99
Smith/A Group Called Smith + Minus-Plus ....CD $18.99
Keely Smith/The Intimate Keely Smith (Expanded Edition) ....CD $13.99
Keely Smith/Sings the John Lennon-Paul McCartney Songbook ....CD $14.99
Soft Machine/Live at the Paradiso [Limited "Soft" Purple Vinyl Edition] ....vinyl LP $29.99
Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes/The Fever - The Remastered Epic Recordings ....double CD $24.99
Dusty Springfield/Come for a Dream - The UK Sessions 1970-1971 ....CD $16.99
Dusty Springfield/Faithful ....CD $16.99
Rick Springfield/Beginnings ....CD $14.99
Ralph Stanley & The Clinch Mountain Boys featuring Ricky Skaggs & Keith Whitley/The Complete Jessup Recordings Plus! ....double CD $24.99
The Staple Singers/Amen! + Why ....CD $18.99
Jeremy Steig/Wayfaring Stranger [Remastered] ....CD $14.99
Steppenwolf/The ABC-Dunhill Singles Collection ....double CD $32.99
Surf Punks/Locals Only ....CD $14.99
Survivor/The Definitive Collection ....double CD $21.99
Bettye Swann/The Complete Atlantic Recordings ....CD $18.99

Texas Tornados/A Little Bit Is Better than Nada ....double CD $28.99
B.J. Thomas/You Gave Me Love + Miracle ....CD $17.99
Toomorrow/Toomorrow (Original Soundtrack) ....CD $14.99
Tower of Power/Hipper Than Hip: Yesterday Today & Tomorrow (Live-on the Air & in the Studio 1974) ....double CD $23.99
Troyka/Troyka ....CD $16.99

The Unforgiven/The Unforgiven (Expanded Edition) ....CD $14.99

Vanilla Fudge/Complete Atco Singles [Remastered] ....CD $16.99
Various Artists/The Complete Loma Singles: Vol. 1 ....double CD $29.99
Various Artists/Honeybeat Groovy 60s Girl-Pop ....CD $17.99
Various Artists/The Red Bird Girls - Very First Time in True Stereo 1964-1966 ....CD $15.99
Various Artists/Remember Me Baby: Cameo Parkway Vocal Groups Vol. 1 ....CD $16.99
The Viscounts/Harlem Nocturne (Limited Mini LP Sleeve Edition) ....CD $18.99

Dick Wagner/Dick Wagner ....CD $14.99
Loudon Wainwright III/Loudon Wainwright III + Album II: The Atlantic Recordings ....CD $18.99
Billy Ward and His Dominoes/The Complete Federal-King Singles ....double CD $24.99
Dee Dee Warwick/Complete Atco Recordings ....double CD $28.99
Dionne Warwick/The Complete Warner Bros. Singles ....CD $17.99
Dionne Warwick/We Need to Go Back: The Unissued Warner Bros. Masters ....CD $17.99
Margaret Whiting/The Complete London Recordings ....double CD $26.99
Margaret Whiting/Maggie Isn't Margaret Anymore + Pop Country [Remastered] ....CD $18.99
Margaret Whiting/The Wheel of Hurt [Deluxe Remastered Edition] ....CD $19.99
Wilderness Road/Sold for the Prevention of Disease Only ....CD $14.99
Jerry Williams/Gone ....CD $14.99
Larry Williams/That Larry Williams: The Resurrection of Funk ....CD $14.99
Mason Williams/The Mason Williams Phonograph Record ....CD $16.99
Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys/Riding Your Way: The Lost Transcriptions for Tiffany Music 1946-1947 ....double CD $33.99
Jesse Winchester/Seems Like Only Yesterday - Live in Montreal 1976 ....CD $18.99
Edgar Winter/The Definitive Collection ....double CD $19.99
Ron Wood & Ronnie Lane/Mahoney's Last Stand-O.S.T. ....CD $14.99



 


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