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  • Live & Deadly Live & Deadly Quick View

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    Live & Deadly

    Colored Vinyl

    Limited edition vinyl version of this live album from the queen of Hollywood glam metal, Miss Lita Ford - pressed on both pink and blue vinyl! Recorded live at "one of Lita's favorite watering holes" in 2000, this album explodes with astonishing energy as Ford rips through her finest cuts including the blockbuster single "Close My Eyes Forever" plus the smash hits "Kiss Me Deadly," "Hungry," "Shot Of Poison" and more!

    1. Larger Than Life
    2. What Do You Know About Love
    3. Black Widow
    4. Falling In And Out Of Love
    5. Bad Love
    6. Close My Eyes Forever
    7. Shot Of Poison
    8. Hungry
    9. Kiss Me Deadly
    10. Rock Candy
    Lita Ford
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  • Al Rahman! Cry Of The Floridian Tropic Son (Discontinued) Al Rahman! Cry Of The Floridian Tropic Son (Discontinued) Quick View

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    Al Rahman! Cry Of The Floridian Tropic Son (Discontinued)

    A wonderful mix of spiritual-jazz, soul, and Easter Music.this lost album from Doug Carn, was released just after his Black Jazz period and his separation with Jean Carn in 1977.
    1. Casbah

    2. Tropic Songs
    3. Al Rahman
    4. The Watcher
    5. Eroniffa's Brown Bird

    6. Suratal Ihklas
    7. Balancez Calinda
    Doug Carn
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  • Home Cooking (Discontinued) Home Cooking (Discontinued) Quick View

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    Home Cooking (Discontinued)

    A monstrous batch of instrumentals from the deep funk underground The Soul Investigators hail from the icy north of funky Finland where somehow theyve managed to carve out a sound thats harder, fiercer, and more kicking than most of the other funk acts recording in more southbound parts of the globe.

    The drums are hard, the guitars are scratchy, and the organ cooks like a space heater in a fire trap on a cold Chicago night! All tracks are instrumentals, and the albums recorded with a messed-up sound that makes the whole thing feel like youve found a box of rare funky 45s! These guys are truly the kings of dirty funk as youll hear on titles that include Micro Popcorn, Mommas Gravy, Deep Fried Chitlins, Good Food, Greasy Pork, Midnight BBQ, and Greens Pleasetoo much Funky!

    Re-packed with authentic old school extra heavy cardboard sleeve + voucher for digital download + The Soul Investigators Fan-Club postcard.

    1. Home Cooking Pt. 1

    2. Mo' Hash
    3. Greasy Pork
    4. Greens Please
    5. Ti-Ki Tofu
    6. Midnight Bar-b-q

    7. Good Food
    8. Home Cooking Pt. 2
    9. Micro Popcorn
    10. Electric Cooker
    11. Deep Fried Chitlings
    12. Momma's Gravy
    13. Baby It's Delicious
    Soul Investigators
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  • You Got Me Turned Around (Discontinued) You Got Me Turned Around (Discontinued) Quick View

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    You Got Me Turned Around (Discontinued)

    This record continues Timmions travels across the vast catalogue of Detroits premium soul producer, Dave Hamilton. The first in the series was Little Anns Deep Shadows LP, and even though O.C. Tolbert left the world a more extensive catalogue of releases, this is the first time most of these tracks are available in vinyl form. This Lp includes the amazing You Got me Turned Around, Im Shooting High, All I want is you + many others!

    The only two tracks here, which were previously released on vinyl, Goodness and Message To Mankind, came out on Hamiltons New Day label. The moody demo-quality recording, See What He Can Do is released here for the first time

    1. I'm Shooting High (I Reach For The Sky)
    2. You Got Me Turned Around
    3. The Grown Folks Thing
    4. Everybody Wants To Do Their Thing
    5. Message To Mankind
    6. All I Want Is You
    7. Let Me Be Your Only Man
    8. Goodness
    9. Fix It
    10. See What You He Can Do
    O.C. Tolbert
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  • Touki Ba Banjul: Acid Trip From Banjul To Dakar (Discontinued) Touki Ba Banjul: Acid Trip From Banjul To Dakar (Discontinued) Quick View

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    Touki Ba Banjul: Acid Trip From Banjul To Dakar (Discontinued)

    Touki Ba Banjul is a compilation of the Gambian psych sensation Guelewar who played a major part in the development of the Afro Manding sound. From 1979-1982 the band released four albums, featuring some of Gambia's best funk tunes. This official first time ever reissue features the highlights of their career.

    Before Guelewar, Laaye N'Gorn, the lead singer of the band, was already one of Gambia's most celebrated artists. He was the centre figure in The Supreme Eagles, with whom he played as the main act in one of Gambia's succesful clubs 'The Bambo No.1 Night Club'. In return for the succes the clubmanager offered them instruments, after which they renamed their band to the Super Alligators. Due to the mixture of western influences such as soul and funk with traditional and regional rhythms like boogaraboo and sawrouba, The Super Alligators had a unique sound. The result of this blend is known as the psychedelic sound of Gambia (Senegal). In 1973 the Super Alligators decided to rename the group to Guelewar, Wolof's for 'noble warrior'.

    After a turbulent couple of years with many musicians joining and leaving the band, Laaye managed to reform the band in order to record their first album in 1977. Over the course of the following five years Guelewar released a total of four albums, which are all filled with deep psychedelic funk gems. Due to the limited pressings, these albums are very much sought after by collectors. Kindred Spirits compiles the highlights of these albums which are presented on this double LP. Touki Ba Banjul is not only a must have for collectors of African music, but for music lovers worldwide.

    1. Sama Yaye Demma N'Darr
    2. Sunu Makaan
    3. Ya Mom Sumaray
    4. Njarama

    5. Tasito
    6. Wollou
    7. Kele Fasane

    Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
  • Walk In Africa 1979-81 (Discontinued) Walk In Africa 1979-81 (Discontinued) Quick View

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    Walk In Africa 1979-81 (Discontinued)

    Remastered From Original Sources

    Vinyl Cut By John Golden And Pressed At RTI

    First Ever Anthology

    2xLP Housed In A Deluxe Gatefold Tip-On Jacket With 20-pg Book, And Download Card Full Full Anthology

    Scholarly Liner Notes By Punk In Africa Film Director Keith Jones

    Unseen Photos, Flyers, And Band Ephemera

    The South Africa of the late 1970s was neither the right place nor time to launch a mixed-race punk band. Yet, following the student-inspired Soweto Uprising of 1976, it was also exactly the right conditions to foster a band like National Wake, one formed in an underground commune, and one whose very name exists in protest at the divisive, racist apartheid regime. Never before collected together, Light In The Attic is set to release National Wake's full body of work as Walk In Africa 1979-81.

    Featured heavily in the recent documentary Punk In Africa , National Wake played punk, reggae and tropical funk, equally at home in the city's rock underground and the township nightclub circuit. Ivan Kadey started the band with two brothers, Gary and Punka Khoza. The three were from different worlds - while Ivan was an outsider, a Jewish orphan born in the traditional Johannesburg immigrant neighborhood, Gary, Punka and their family were forcibly moved to the troubled township of Soweto under the apartheid regime. Later joined by guitarist Steve Moni, the whole band grew up against a backdrop of township unrest, social upheaval and suburban tedium that characterized apartheid-era South Africa.

    National Wake released just one album, in 1981. It sold approximately 700 copies before being withdrawn under government pressure. The band subsequently disintegrated, but their influence could be traced in the racially mixed post-punk underground centered around Rockey Street in Johannesburg throughout the 1980s, their legacy transmitted through fanzines and underground cassette trading.

    Sadly, Gary and Punka Khoza both passed away in their 40s. Kadey now works as an architect in Los Angeles, but his attention eventually turned back to the band as their legacy grew in the digital era, with the emergence of specialized music websites and Punk In Africa leading to their rediscovery. Czech State Radio memorably described the band as "perhaps the most dissident music scene of the 20th century: a multi-racial punk band in a fascist police state."

    In 2011, Kadey re-released the band's self-titled album on CD in South Africa, but spoke about having more than 20 tracks that had never seen the light of day - until now. "All of these recordings put together they speak of the whole evolution of the band," he has said. "From a sort of naive, almost belief that we could miraculously change everything to realizing what a struggle it was, and what the country was going through and what it would go through."

    1. International News
    2. It's All Right
    3. Walk In Africa
    4. Time And Place
    5. Corner House Stone
    6. Mercenaries
    7. Wake Of The Nation
    8. Supaman

    1. Speed It Up
    2. Beat Up The Lights
    3. Black Punk Rockers
    4. Stratocaster
    5. Everybody
    6. Vatsiketeni

    National Wake
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  • No Matter How Long The Line At The Cafeteria, There's Always A Seat (Discontinued) No Matter How Long The Line At The Cafeteria, There's Always A Seat (Discontinued) Quick View

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    No Matter How Long The Line At The Cafeteria, There's Always A Seat (Discontinued)

    Original Album Art Expanded To A Gatefold Tip-On Jacket

    They were, in the memory of Minor Threat frontman Ian MacKaye, Enormous men, decorated jump suits, a horn section, 200 friends onstage singing and dancing. They were Big Boys by name and by nature - and they had a big effect on US punk culture. When the prevailing trend was for playing hard and fast, this Austin, Texas four-piece played loose and funky. Their cult recordings struck a blend between punk ideology and clever humor, just as the band both railed against and celebrated the hardcore community that bore them.

    Released at the time of their split in 1985 and now reissued by Modern Classics Recordings, the group's final album, No Matter How Long the Line Is At the Cafeteria, There's Always a Seat finds Big Boys continuing to innovate, even including the sound of turntable scratching on Common Beat, a sound rarely heard outside of hip-hop at the time. Songs like Which Way To Go and Narrow View echo their boredom and anger with the changing hardcore scene, while I Do Care and What's The Word illustrate the band's positive outlook for things to come.

    1. No
    2. Narrow View
    3. I Do Care
    4. Listen
    5. What's The Word?
    6. Common Beat
    7. No Love
    8. Which Way To Go
    9. Killing Time
    10. Work
    Big Boys
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  • La Resa Dei Conti (Discontinued) La Resa Dei Conti (Discontinued) Quick View

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    La Resa Dei Conti (Discontinued)

    Ennio Morricone delivered more of the same dramatic conflict on his score for the 1968 Western 'La Resa Dei Conti', this time mixing in a bit of atmospheric formlessness among his more romantic and orchestral sounds. There's some vampiric-sounding organs as well as one of those ascending, judgement day tunes that's expected of a Western: the strings come into play and the choir gets heavy with the tension.
    1. Run Man Run
    2. La Vedova
    3. La Caccia
    4. La Corrida
    5. Dopo La Condanna
    6. Primo Deserto
    7. La Condanna
    8. La Resa
    9. Seconda Caccia
    10. Arriva Cucillo
    11. Seconda Condanna
    12. Secondo Deserto
    13. Corri Uomo Corri
    Ennio Morricone
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