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  • On A Monday Evening On A Monday Evening Quick View

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    On A Monday Evening

    Live At Madison, Wisconsin's Union Theater On Monday, November 15, 1976


    Liner Notes By Grammy Award-winning Jazz Historian Ashley Kahn


    On A Monday Evening offers jazz fans a rare treat: an unreleased (and never bootlegged!) concert recording of The Bill Evans Trio, featuring Eddie Gomez and Eliot Zigmund. Captured live at Madison, Wisconsin's Union Theater on Monday, November 15, 1976, this recording finds Evans at the top of his game, performing both contemporary compositions from that era, as well as his longstanding signature tunes to a packed house. New liner notes by GRAMMY Award-winning jazz historian Ashley Kahn round out the package, featuring commentary by Eddie Gomez and Eliot Zigmund.

    1. Sugar Plum
    2. Up With The Lark
    3. Time Remembered
    4. T.T.T. (Twelve Tone Tune)
    5. Someday My Prince Will Come
    6. Minha (All Mine)
    7. All of You
    8. Some Other Time
    Bill Evans Trio
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    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
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    Greatest Hits

    Shelton Hank Williams, better known as Hank III, is an outlaw, a battler of convention. He comes by it naturally: The third generation of Hanks, and the third generation to tilt nobly at country traditions and white-collar establishment sensibilities. After all, this 39-year-old semi-reformed punk-metal drummer is the son of Hank Jr., a blue-collar hero who has difficulty ducking controversy even on something as Richard Nixon and apple pie American as Monday Night Football.
    1. Straight To Hell/Satan Is Real- Medley
    2. Country Heroes
    3. Crazed Country Rebel
    4. Mississippi Mud
    5. Pills I Took
    6. Cocaine Blues
    7. 3 Shades Of Black
    8. Low Down
    9. D Ray White
    10. My Drinkin' Problem
    11. Six Pack Of Beer
    12. Thrown Out Of The Bar
    13. I Don't Know - By Hank Williams Jr.
    14. Cecil Brown
    15. Smoke & Wine
    Hank Williams III
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  • Take As Needed For Pain Take As Needed For Pain Quick View

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    Take As Needed For Pain


    Gold Colored Vinyl


    Shelton Hank Williams, better known as Hank III, is an outlaw, a battler of convention. He comes by it naturally: The third generation of Hanks, and the third generation to tilt nobly at country traditions and white-collar establishment sensibilities. After all, this 39-year-old semi-reformed punk-metal drummer is the son of Hank Jr., a blue-collar hero who has difficulty ducking controversy even on something as Richard Nixon and apple pie American as "Monday Night Football."

    1. Get Outta My Life (w/Rebel Meets Rebel & David Allan Coe)
    2. Ruby, Get Back To The Hills
    3. Torn Between Suicide & Breakfast
    4. No Values
    5. Gotta Buy Paw A Truck
    6. Take As Needed For Pain
    7. White Trash
    8. King Cartel
    Hank Williams III
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  • By A Thread By A Thread Quick View

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    By A Thread

    With over 1,000,000 Gov't Mule albums sold to date and over 2,000,000 downloads sold through Mule.net,
    Gov't Mule is one of the most successful and respected bands in the world. Once lauded by Rolling Stone for successfully bringing the classic power-trio sound of Cream and the Jimi Hendrix Experience into the 21st century - the band has completed work on 'By A Thread'. Their first studio album in three years.


    Recorded largely at Willie Nelson's Pedernales Studio in 2009, the album's origins are apparent from the first track, "Broke Down On The Brazos," named after the nearby river, with a deep Texas stomp for the backbeat and featuring the trademark guitar-work of ZZ Top founder Billy Gibbons. Perhaps less descriptively named,
    "Steppin' Lightly" is another burner, set off by the soulful vocals and mind-bending guitar work of Haynes, who proves anew why Rolling Stone named him one of the Top 25 guitarists of all time.


    Other highlights include the lament "Railroad Boy," informed by both Celtic tradition and the Mississippi Delta; the expansive psych-rock of 'Monday Mourning Meltdown"; and the optimistic 'Frozen Fear," with
    its lush harmony and even a hint of rocksteady skank. In recent months, Haynes has been spectacularly busy in his other dual roles as guitarist and singer for The Allman Brothers, who recently wrapped an epic stand 15 night stand at NYC's Beacon, and The Dead, where he recently drew raves from USA Today:
    "Haynes has the toughest role to fill... he did so masterfully."


    Gov't Mule tour dates this summer included Mountain Jam, Bonnaroo Music Festival, Rothbury Music Festival, The Weesner Amphitheatre in Minneapolis MN, Mile High Music Festival in Denver, CO, Minglewood Music Hall in Memphis, TN, Sloss Furnace in Birmingham AL, The Fillmore in Charlotte NC, Masquerade
    Music Park in Atlanta GA, Lincoln Theatre Street Stage in Raleigh NC, Innsbrook Pavilion in Richmond VA, National Harbor Pavilion in Washington DC, Bank of America Pavilion in Boston MA, Ives
    Concert Park in Danbury, CT, Rocks The Harbor in Buffalo NY, RiverPlex in Pittsburgh PA, The Wellmont Theatre in Montclair NJ, Party in the Park in Rochester NY.

    LP1
    1. Broke Down On The Brazos
    2. Steppin' Lightly
    3. Any Open Window
    4. Railroad Boy
    5. Monday Mourning Meltdown
    6. Gordon James


    LP2
    1. Frozen Fear
    2. Forevermore
    3. Inside Outside Woman Blues #1
    4. Scenes From A Troubled Mind
    5. World Wake Up

    Gov't Mule
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    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
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    Chubbed Up


    Compilation From Electronic Punk-hop Duo From Nottingham


    Sleaford Mods started out sometime during 2006 whilst Jason Williamson was living in Nottingham. Born out of part frustration and part accident, it quickly
    found its feet as an aggressive verbal onslaught on all that is contrived and connected to the day-to-day hammer of low paid employment and domestic
    situations arising from that trap. After a year of working ideas out in both the studio and in live performances, Williamson moved south and took the cause
    to London for a couple of years and trod the boards there for a couple of years, before returning to Nottingham in 2009.


    Soon after that return he met Andrew Fearn and the Sleaford Mods became a duo. Fearn's first work was on the production of "Wank" - the Mods' fifth album. Soon after that started stalking the stage and studio with Williamson. Andrew's involvement meant that Jason was now able to stop creating
    the samples and loops that littered the early recordings and concentrate on the lyrics, whilst Andrew created numerous tunes for Jason to vent his spleen
    over.


    Just after the release of "Wank" the duo were invited to play a three day festival curated by Nottingham's Rammel Club. During that weekend a working
    relationship with Nottingham's abstract-punk Harbinger Sound label was formed. A relationship which - a year later - resulted in the release of the
    "Austerity Dogs" vinyl album. This release would be followed by numerous shows around the UK and Europe, including further festival appearances. As
    word- of-mouth praise for the album slowly spread out and onto the record-buying publics' radar, "Austerity Dogs" soon sold out of its intial run of 300
    copies and has gone one to, as of today, a fourth pressing of the vinyl edition was also released. Rave reviews would start to appear in
    magazines as diverse as The Wire and Uncut, along with interviews being published both on paper and on-line, both here and abroad. The album
    featured, and topped, many writers polls for the best records of 2013.


    Somewhere between punk, hiphop and spoken word lie UK duo Sleaford Mods. (They are neither mods, nor from Sleaford. They're from Nottingham.)
    Jason Williamson spews a tapestry of bile over low-tech, muscular backing by Andrew Fearn, the result is somewhere between The Fall, McClusky,
    Happy Mondays and John Cooper Clark. The pair have been making music for eight years now but really started to get attention with last year's terrific
    Austerity Dogs and look to go even wider with the just released Divide and Exit. On it Sleaford Mods are in full rebellion mode. Williamson hold equal
    contempt for the rich, conservatives, liberals, phonies in general, idiots, jolly fuckers, etc all via a nonstop torrent of brilliantly, hilariously profane lyrics.
    Ipecac Recordings will be introducing the coolest thing to come out of the UK in a long time. With the release of a compilation from
    Sleaford Mods titled CHUBBED UP+. Sleaford Mods are a stripped down, political, electronic punk-hop band from working class Nottingham. This stuff is
    real and it is spot on!

    1. Committee
    2. Jobseeker
    3. 14 Day Court
    4. Black Monday
    5. Jolly Fucker
    6. Tweet Tweet Tweet
    7. Bambi
    8. Routine Dean
    9. Scenery
    10. Pubic Hair Ltd
    11. Bring Out The Cannons
    12. Fear Of Anarchy
    Sleaford Mods
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    Method To My Madness

    180 Gram Blue Colored Vinyl


    On 2014's The Devil You Know, California bluesman Tommy Castro pared his band back to a quartet called the Painkillers and returned his guitar playing and singing to the forefront of his attack. Though the album was chock-full of guest stars, its arrangements were largely uncluttered - no horns, strings, or other gimmickry. Method to My Madness strips back the veneer even further. The tightrope of energy, grit, and inspiration on display in these 12 tunes - ten originals and two excellent covers - are usually reserved for live shows. For the first time, Castro has produced an album by himself. Recorded at Ari Rios' Laughing Tiger Studio in San Francisco, he and the Painkillers - bassist Randy McDonald, keyboardist Michael Emerson, and drummer Bowen Brown - cut the music live from the floor with minimal overdubs.


    Much has been made of Castro's vocal style being influenced by the singers from the vintage Stax/Volt era. While that's somewhat true, Method to My Madness reveals, perhaps for the first time, an even deeper debt to funky soul and country-blues singer Delbert McClinton. Common Ground is a swaggering gospel-tinged soul blues. The melody and choral refrain nod at Sly Stone, but Castro lets his McClinton flag fly with a gritty delivery atop a cracking snare and driving Wurlitzer groove.


    Shine a Light is dirtier; it's a razor-wire, rocking soul-blues with double-timed drumming, bumping bassline, and killer slide guitar and B-3 work, with great backing vocals from Rios and Amber Morris adding gospel fuel to the fire. The title track is a wrangling guitar-driven boogie, where funky rock meets the 12-bar blues head on. Castro testifies in his delivery, leaving no room for doubt about his intentions and attitude. While Lose Lose is a simmering Stormy Monday-esque deep blues, its proceeding tune, Died and Gone to Heaven, is a swelling, souled-out, rousing, gospel-tinged love song.

    1. Common Ground
    2. Shine A Light
    3. Method To My Madness
    4. Died And Gone To Heaven
    5. Got A Lot
    6. No Such Luck
    7. Two Hearts
    8. I'm Qualified
    9. Ride
    10. Lose Lose
    11. All About The Cash
    12. Bad Luck
    Tommy Castro And The Painkillers
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    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
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    Fleetwood Mac (Out Of Stock)

    Ranked 183/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.


    Sonic Sensation: Cut from the Original Analog Master Tapes at Bernie Grundman Mastering


    1975 Set Fleetwood Mac's Commercial and Creative Breakthrough: 1st Album With Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham


    Includes Hits Over My Head, Rhiannon, Say You Love Me and Staples Landslide and Monday Morning


    Don't Pass Up One of the Most Essential Rock-Pop Albums Ever Recorded on this Stellar-Sounding Pressing


    The Chain, for all intents and purposes, starts here. Few, if any bands in history, experienced a rebirth on par with that of Fleetwood Mac, which partially accounts for why this 1975 set is self-titled. With the addition of Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham finally solidifying the ensemble's rotating lineup, the record signifies a new beginning, a rejuvenated sound, and a melodic purpose that quickly helped the co-ed group become the biggest band in the world.


    Recorded in three months and aided by a surfeit of material brought to the fold by Nicks and Buckingham, Fleetwood Mac is a monster album, a five-million-plus-selling effort that set a new record for the amount of weeks spent on the Billboard charts before finally hitting number one and the home to Top 40 singles Over My Head, Rhiannon, and Say You Love Me. Moreover, it marks the introduction to the chemistry, interplay, and connectivity established by a quintet whose singing, songwriting, and harmonizing abilities at the time hadn't a peer.


    The first of three consecutive landmark Fleetwood Mac recordings, this refreshing rock-pop landmark opened the floodgates of commercial success, crossing over to both AM and FM radio and steadily winning coverts all across the world. The reasons relate to the impeccable selection of songs and heartfelt performances, whether it's Nicks' unforgettable reflectiveness on Landslide, Buckingham's warm pleas on Say You Love Me, or the cozy romp of Monday Morning, fittingly a lead-off number that related to the emotional games and pain that would characterize so much of the band's iconic work.


    Cut at Bernie Grundman Mastering from the original analog tapes, this version presents the music in the absolute best fidelity it's ever (and ever will) enjoyed on a standard-speed vinyl record. As realistic, dynamic, wide-open, organic, and airy as the critically acclaimed pressing of Rumours, it portrays the fingerpicked acoustic guitars, swelling choral voices, jazzy percussion, and every last breath of the lead singing turns with heavenly clarity.


    Nostalgia for albums recorded in the mid-70s will immediately come to light, as this pressing simply glows and presents the listeners with scads of information that even those that have heard this masterpiece hundreds of times have never noticed.

    1. Monday Morning
    2. Warm Ways
    3. Blue Letter
    4. Rhiannon
    5. Over My Head
    6. Crystal
    7. Say You Love Me
    8. Landslide
    9. World Turning
    10. Sugar Daddy
    11. I'm So Afraid
    Fleetwood Mac
    $24.99
    Vinyl LP - Sealed Temporarily out of stock
  • Fleetwood Mac (45 RPM) (Out Of Stock) Fleetwood Mac (45 RPM) (Out Of Stock) Quick View

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    Fleetwood Mac (45 RPM) (Out Of Stock)

    Ranked 183/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.


    Sonic Sensation: Cut from the Original Analog Master Tapes at Bernie Grundman Mastering


    1975 Set Fleetwood Mac's Commercial and Creative Breakthrough: 1st Album With Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham


    Includes Hits Over My Head, Rhiannon, Say You Love Me and Staples Landslide and Monday Morning


    An Audiophile Blockbuster: Don't Pass Up One of the Most Essential Rock-Pop Albums Ever Recorded on this Absolutely Lifelike-Sounding Pressing


    The Chain, for all intents and purposes, starts here. Few, if any bands in history, experienced a rebirth on par with that of Fleetwood Mac, which partially accounts for why this 1975 set is self-titled. With the addition of Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham finally solidifying the ensemble's rotating lineup, the record signifies a new beginning, a rejuvenated sound, and a melodic purpose that quickly helped the co-ed group become the biggest band in the world.


    Recorded in three months and aided by a surfeit of material brought to the fold by Nicks and Buckingham, Fleetwood Mac is a monster album, a five-million-plus-selling effort that set a new record for the amount of weeks spent on the Billboard charts before finally hitting number one and the home to Top 40 singles Over My Head, Rhiannon, and Say You Love Me. Moreover, it marks the introduction to the chemistry, interplay, and connectivity established by a quintet whose singing, songwriting, and harmonizing abilities at the time hadn't a peer.


    The first of three consecutive landmark Fleetwood Mac recordings, this refreshing rock-pop landmark opened the floodgates of commercial success, crossing over to both AM and FM radio and steadily winning coverts all across the world. The reasons relate to the impeccable selection of songs and heartfelt performances, whether it's Nicks' unforgettable reflectiveness on Landslide, Buckingham's warm pleas on Say You Love Me, or the cozy romp of Monday Morning, fittingly a lead-off number that related to the emotional games and pain that would characterize so much of the band's iconic work.


    Cut at Bernie Grundman Mastering from the original analog tapes and pressed at 45RPM, this version presents the music in the absolute best fidelity it's ever (and ever will) enjoyed. As realistic, dynamic, wide-open, organic, and airy as the critically acclaimed pressing of Rumours, this deluxe set portrays the fingerpicked acoustic guitars, swelling choral voices, jazzy percussion, and every last breath of the lead singing turns with utmost transparency.


    Nostalgia for albums recorded in the mid-70s will immediately come to light, as this pressing simply glows and presents the listeners with scads of information that even those that have heard this masterpiece hundreds of times have never noticed.

    1. Monday Morning
    2. Warm Ways
    3. Blue Letter
    4. Rhiannon
    5. Over My Head
    6. Crystal
    7. Say You Love Me
    8. Landslide
    9. World Turning
    10. Sugar Daddy
    11. I'm So Afraid
    Fleetwood Mac
    $44.99
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP 45RPM - 2 LPs Sealed Temporarily out of stock
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