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I Got My Mojo WorkingWe've salvaged the rarest item in the SOK discography - a cardboard single written for a Chacago potato chip company - and put the music on vinyl, where the grease from the chips won't get on your hands.1. I Got My Mojo Working (rare alt. version)
2. Potato Chip (with interview)$9.997 Vinyl Single LP - Sealed Buy Now
REDI-SUN-5034xThe Shadows of Knight
GloriaHere is the first of the Shadow's two Dunwich long players from 1966, available from the original masters for the first time in over three decades!! With their debut album, Gloria, the Shadows of Knight bastardized the blues into a new form; they invented supersonic-tempo'd blues-punk!! Including the chart-stomping smash Gloria - plus, dig the wildness as they pulverize I Got My Mojo Working and the wigged-out I Just Want To Make Love To You, then take it one extreme step further with totally tough originals like Light Bulb Blues. Available on luscious 180 gram virgin vinyl!1. Gloria
2. Light Bulb Blues
3. I Got My Mojo Working
4. Dark Side / Boom Boom
5. Let It Rock
6. Oh Yeah
7. It Always Happens That Way
8. You Can't Judge A Book (By The Cover)
9. (I'm Your) Hoochie Coochie Man
10. I Just Want To Make Love To You$24.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
REDI-SUN-5035xThe Shadows of Knight
Back Door MenHere is the second of the Shadow's two Dunwich longplayers from 1966, available from the original masters for the first time in over three decades!! Back Door Men is a wild ride! From barbed-wire-toned-electric-threats (I'll Make You Sorry) to Bo Diddley-ripped-on-acid R&B (Gospel Zone), not to mention fab folk-rock diversions, this platter kills. This release features bonus tracks, original sleeve art genius, rare photos and additional notes and interviews.1. Bad Little Woman
2. Gospel Zone
3. The Behemoth
4. Three For Love
5. Hey Joe
6. I'll Make You Sorry
7. Peepin' And Hidin'
8. Tomorrow's Going To Be Another Day
9. New York Bullseye
10. High Blood Pressure
12. Gospel Zone (single vers.)
13. Willie Jean (single)
14. I'm Gonna Make You Mine (single)$24.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
REDI-SUN-7316xThe Shadows of Knight
Live 1966Besides releasing two classic longplayers and many more singles (including the smash, "Gloria"), touring/behaving badly all across America and appearing on TV shows like 'Upbeat' and 'Where The Action Is', the Shadows of Knight also ruled at suburban Chicago's hands-down hippest teen club, The Cellar. Over the decades, their Cellar performances have become the stuff of legend.
Miraculously, two reels of tape of the Shadows of Knight live on stage at the Cellar (in 1966!) were eventually uncovered by Sundazed. As early as their 'Gloria' album debut in spring '66, the Shadows of Knight had separated themselves from the garage band pack with a heavily Chicago Blues-based, wildly rocking repertoire. Their trademark sound is on full display in this attitude-drenched, anarchic live recording from late in that exalted year.
For this expanded edition, the original sets and correct song sequence have been faithfully restored. And to top that, additional and until now completely unheard bonus material is rescued from those old reels. Specifically, added to an already scorching set are previously-unheard takes of "Peepin' and Hidin'" (sung by blues legend Joe Kelley), "Willie Jean" (with a vocal from drummer Tom Schiffour) and "Any Way That You Want Me". Equally important, the packaging now equals the musical contents thanks to an all-new, eye grabbing sleeve highlighted by John Hora's amazing original photography from '66.
Unlike their comparatively harnessed studio recordings, the Shadows of Knight are presented here raw 'n' alive, sloppy bordering on brilliant and with all the subtlety of a bulldozer. Would you want 'em any other way?1. Everybody Needs Somebody to Love
2. Don't Fight It
3. Got My Mojo Working
4. Any Way That You Want Me
5. Gospel Zone
6. Got To Get You Off My Mind
7. It Takes A Long Time Comin'
8. Hey Joe
9. Tomorrow's Gonna Be Another Day
10. Peepin' and Hidin'
11. Let It Rock
12. Willie Jean
14. Oh Yeah
15. Dark Side
16. Gloria$24.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
The PassageMuch had changed in the Iron Man camp during the short year separating their sophomore album, 1994's The Passage, from its rightfully acclaimed predecessor, Black Knight. On the personnel front, drummer Ron Kalimon had been replaced by Gary Isom (later of Unorthodox, Spirit Caravan, and Pentagram) and first album vocalist Rob Levey deposed (on the Hellhound label's insistence!) for the technically more accomplished Dan Michalak, but the latter's histrionic vibrato (think a junior Messiah Marcolin) could come off a little comically forced at times, ironically making him an acquired taste, just like his precursor. At least on the musical front, however, the band's guitarist and creative mastermind Alfred Morris III could still be counted upon to guide Iron Man (rounded out by returning bass player Larry Brown) down the (mostly) straight and narrow doom path without commercial dilution or unnecessary distractions. Resulting highlights included the LP's emphatic opener The Fury (an homage to Black Sabbath's Neon Knights in more ways than one), the short, sweet, and savage Iron Warrior, and the memorable instrumental Tony Stark (which of course borrows the alias for that iron-plated Marvel Comics superhero; get it?). Meanwhile, the discreet synthesizers fleshing out Waiting for Tomorrow's intro showed that Iron Man weren't entirely averse to modernization, either, but they sure as hell weren't leaping to embrace it. Also, The Passage put a little more emphasis on slower doom numbers -- see Unjust Reform, Harvest of Earth, and the rather toothless Time of Indecision -- which, while more authentically traditional in nature, didn't pack nearly as much of a punch as the band's speedier efforts. Nevertheless, The Passage helped establish Iron Man's mighty reputation far and wide to doom-loving hordes across the globe, and it was indeed a shame that the group would wait half-a-decade before capitalizing on this with a third album, 1999's Generation Void.
- Eduardo Rivadavia (All Music Guide)1. The Fury
2. Unjust Reform
3. The Gargoyle
4. Harvest of Earth
5. The Passage
6. Iron Warrior
7. Freedom Fighters
8. Waiting for Tomorrow
9. Time of Indecision
10. Tony Stark
11. End of the World$23.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Hans Zimmer - The Classics (Awaiting Repress)The Classics is a stunning new album from the world's most exciting film composer, Hans Zimmer. The album features back-to-back blockbuster hits including the iconic music from Pirates of the Caribbean, Academy Award®-winner The Lion King, the powerful and evocative theme from The Dark Knight Rises and the Platinum-selling "Now We Are Free" from Gladiator. For the first time, the bold and unmistakable music of Hans Zimmer has been reimagined and arranged for some of the world's greatest classical musicians, including The Piano Guys, Lang Lang, 2CELLOS, Lindsey Stirling, Till Brönner, Amy Dickson, Leona Lewis and many more. This incredible collection is a must-have for all fans of the most in-demand composer in Hollywood.
Hans Zimmer has scored more than 120 films, which have, combined, grossed over 24 billion dollars at the worldwide box office. He has been honored with an Academy Award®, two Golden Globes®, three Grammys®, an American Music Award and a Tony® award. In 2003, ASCAP presented him with the prestigious Henry Mancini Award for lifetime achievement for his impressive and influential body of work. He also received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in December 2010. His Academy Award®-winning score to The Lion King has sold over 15 million copies since release in the early 90s. Some of his most recent works include Zack Snyder's Man of Steel, The Lone Ranger, History Channel's miniseries The Bible, the Christopher Nolan-directed films Inception, The Dark Knight and The Dark Knight Rises; Guy Ritchie's Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows, Ron Howard's Rush and Steve McQueen's Twelve Years A Slave. His most recent Academy Award® nomination, his 10th, was for Interstellar.1. Main Theme (From The Dark Knight Rises) - Lindsey Stirling
2. Themes from Pirates of the Caribbean - The Piano Guys
3. Gladiator Rhapsody (From Gladiator) - Lang Lang
4. Main Theme (From Crimson Tide) - Till Brönner
5. Time (From Inception) - Tina Guo
6. This Land (From The Lion King) - Amy Dickson
7. Now We Are Free (From Gladiator) - Leona Lewis
8. Flight (From Man of Steel) - Lang Lang / Maxim Vengerov
9. Light (From The Thin Red Line) - Maxim Vengerov
10. The Battle Scene (From Gladiator) - Khatia Buniatishvili
11. The Well (From The Ring) - 2CELLOS
12. The Docking Scene (From Interstellar) - Roger Sayer$29.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed AWAITING REPRESS Buy Now