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More 45's!!

Garage rock:

The Beaver Patrol - E.S.P. / Just Like A Lady (Columbia 1967)

FUZZ garage monster track!! I love it!

Jimmy Rabbit & The Karats - Pushover / Wait And See (Southern Sound 1965)

Pushover is a great Texas rocker!

Blues & soul 45's:

Elmore James -

/
(Kent 1964)

This single was originally released on the Flair label in 1954.

J.B. Lenior (sic, Lenoir) - I've Been Down So Long / Don't Touch My Head !!! (Checker 1957)

Little Walter - Nobody But You / Everybody Needs Somebody (Checker 1957)

Billy Davis & The Legends -

/ Goodbye Jesse (Peacock 1960)

Awesome instrumental. Probably what you would hear on a strip joint in Las Vegas back in the days!!

Bo Diddley -

/ Call Me (Checker 1961)

Bo Diddley - I Can Tell / You Can't Judge A Book By The Cover (Checker 1962)

Classic!!!

Bo Diddley - Surfer's Love Call / The Greatest Lover In The World (Checker 1963)

Betty Harris - Mean Man / What'd I Do Wrong (Sansu 1968)

New Orleans soul at it's best!

Eddie Boyd - Come Home! / You've Got To Reap! (Bea & Baby 1959)

The Midnighters - Henry's Got Flat Feet (Can't Dance No More) / Whatsoever You Do (Federal 1955)

Etta James -

/ It's Too Soon To Know (Argo 1961)

Awesome! Just AWESOME!

Ray Pettis - Don't Use Me / 2 Step (Exodus 196?)

I know nothing about this excellent single, but it's really great!

Joe Jonas - Hustler / Mojo Backfire (Hill 1968)

Obscure blues single by Texan Joe Jonas.

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CD:

The Grateful Dead - In The Dark

The Pixies - Doolittle

REM - Monster

Edited by Kashmir330

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The Doors - Morrison Hotel

Blind Faith - Blind Faith

Pink Floyd - More (soundtrack)

Pink Floyd - Obscured by Clouds (soundtrack)

Pink Floyd - Division Bell

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Four 45's:

Jerry McCain & His Upstarts - Courtin' In A Cadillac /

(Excello 1956)

This is rough, cool r'n'b/blues!

Bo Diddley - Bo Diddley / I'm A Man (Checker 1955)

The classic debut single by Bo Diddley, quite a remarkable two-sider!!

The Pearls - I Sure Need You / Your Cheatin' Heart(Onyx 1957)

Third single from this vocal group out of Detroit. Swingin' stuff with a version of Hank Williams' classic on the B-side!!

The Only Onz - When Teardrops Fall / On The Road Again (Time Records Inc. 1966-67?)

Cool garage rock from Illinois. "Teardrops" starts pretty slow but turns into a "Louie Louie" kinda rocker! Cool stuff!

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FWIW-

Fry's Electronics stores are now carrying vinyl. They had Raising Sand, Zep's Mothership, and other 70's albums displayed on an end piece.

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My copy of Ummagumma got scratched up when we moved, so I replaced it. $18 including shipping for a VG++ copy (vinyl and jacket) that the person I bought it from purchased himself in 1969. Not bad!

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I got Aladdin Sane and Diamond Dogs by David Bowie on vinyl.

AND.......I got Led Zeppelin II on vinyl. I just need 3 more albums to complete my LZ vinyl collection.

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How The West Was Won- Led Zeppelin 3-disc

It's awesome. I used to didn't like anything live but everything they did back then whether it be live or studio, is amazing.

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The Black Crowes "Before The Frost..Until The Freeze" on vinly. A good old fashioned double live LP, just like the old days. Not a digital download or CD in sight for this one. The music is epic old school rock and twang and so is the listening format......as it should be.

Life is good.

By the way, in case anyone has the CD and the free download that came with it, you really should listen to this in the song order of the vinyl pressing. It really opens the album up and gives a much better listening experience.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Before_the_Frost...Until_the_Freeze

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Kings X

I just got this CD recorded back in the day (1992) from Cleveland. KingsX were one of the "bridge" bands for me to discover new heavy rock music. They were played alongside Temple of the Dog, and Pearl Jam and could be considered fore-runners of the grunge sound. Incredibly talented 3 piece band, with vocal harmonies and pop chops that balance their heaviness.

Give a listen.

http://www.kingsxrocks.com/

Also I highly recommend Dug Pinnicks CD Strum It Up. A total KICK ASS groove laden CD!!!!

http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/strum-sum-up/id266830898

And a local NJ guy, playing good old fashioned R&B. Kind of a cross between the Beatles and Stevie Wonder. VERY clever, catchy pop song writing. I actually saw him open for Johnny Winter. Give a listen.

http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/bigbabyernie

http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/bigbabyernie2

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R'N'B & BLUES 45's:

Little Junior Lewis - Can She Give Me Fever / Your Heart Must Be Made of Stone (Fury 196?)

Awesome ROCKER!!!

McKinley Mitchell -

/ It's Spring (One-Derful 1964)

Rare r'n'b single!

Big Jay McNeely and Band w. Little Sonny - I Got The Message / Psycho Serenade (Swingin' 1959)

Top notch r'n'b!

Howlin' Wolf - You'll Be Mine / Going Down Slow (Chess 1962)

Classic 45 by the excellent Howlin' Wolf and his band!

Eddie Kirk - Hog Killin' Time / Treat Me The Way You Want Me (King 1964)

Eddie Kirk a.k.a. Eddie Kirkland. Rare and cool r'n'b!

Elmore James - Shake Your Moneymaker / Look On Yonder Wall (Fire 1961)

Another Elmore favorite! Fabulous two-sider!!

Lightnin' Slim - Sweet Little Woman / Lightnin's Troubles (Excello 1959)

Underrated swamp blues!

GARAGE ROCK 45's:

The Hangmen -

/ The Girl Who Faded Away (Monument 1966)

Great '66 garage rocker coupled with an equeal great garage rock ballad!

Mark Markham & His Jesters - I Don't Need You / Marlboro Country (RCA 1966)

Another cool '66 garage rocker!

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This was a while ago, but I haven't gotten anything else recently :mellow:

The Real Thing - Faith No More

(Though I do hope that in the future i'll be able to get some Kings of Leon CDs, I think they're starting to grow on me :)!)

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Midlake - The Courage of Others

Bought that a few weeks ago...

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An outstanding killer garage rock single by a Michigan band:

The Troyes - Love Comes Love Dies / Help Me Find Myself (Space 1967)

A-side:

B-side:

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