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    Southbound (Pre-Order)

    The Doobie Brothers - Friday Music 180 Gram Audiophile Series Continues!!!


    Country Superstars Salute The Doobies - Top Charter 2014 Masterwork


    Musical Guests Include: Zac Brown Band, Blake Shelton, Toby Keith, Brad Paisley, Sara Evans, & Huey Lewis


    First Time Vinyl - 180 Gram Translucent Gold Swirl Vinyl


    Gatefold Cover & Poster Insert


    Mastered Impeccably By Joe Reagoso & Pressed At R.T.I.


    The Doobie Brothers: Tom Johnston - Patrick Simmons - Michael McDonald - John McFee


    2014 was truly a successful year for the classic rock legends The Doobie Brothers. After recording the past 4 decades with a plethora of high charting rock masterpieces, they returned to the studio for the first time in years with original founders Tom Johnston and Patrick Simmons, along with latter-day superstar alumni Michael McDonald and John McFee, and delivered the amazing country rock infused "Southbound."


    As a Southern tribute to their American roots, a handful of today's country and pop superstars like Zac Brown Band, Blake Shelton, Brad Paisley, Toby Keith, Huey Lewis and Sara Evans joined The Doobie Brothers for incredible revisits of their biggest hit songs. This session revitalized another stunning chapter for the Doobie franchise as the CD became a sensation, proving itself a home run in both the pop (16) & country charts (7) upon its release.


    As with our continuing expansion into The Doobie Brothers catalog, Friday Music is very pleased to announce the first time ever audiophile vinyl release of "Southbound."


    The limited edition 180 Gram Translucent Gold Swirl Vinyl masterwork is impeccably mastered by longtime fan and friend Joe Reagoso (Doobie Brothers/Chicago/Boz Scaggs) This comes with all of the great tunes that brought this album to top of the charts like the rockin' LP opener "Black Water" with Zac Brown Band, "Listen To The Music" with Blake Shelton and a stunning reprise of "What A Fool Believes" with both Michael McDonald and Sara Evans sharing the center stage. More duets energize the album like the hard-drivin' sound of "Long Train Runnin' " with Toby Keith and Huey Lewis along for the ride, as well as Brad Paisley joining in the fun on "Rockin' Down The Highway" and The Voice's Blake Shelton nailing down an impeccable duet with the band on "Listen To The Music."


    As another feature of this limited edition release, we have also included for the first time a striking gatefold LP cover art presentation, along with a poster insert to further enhance your Doobie Brothers collectible. The Doobie Brothers "Southbound" Another masterpiece rock classic from The Doobie Brothers 180 Gram Audiophile Series only at Friday Music

    1. Black Water
    2. Listen To The Music
    3. What A Fool Believes
    4. Long Train Runnin'
    5. China Grove
    6. Takin' It To The Streets
    7. Jesus Is Just Alright
    8. Rockin' Down The Highway
    9. Take Me In Your Arms (Rock Me)
    10. South City Midnight Lady
    11. You Belong To Me
    12. Nobody Intro
    13. Nobody
    The Doobie Brothers
    $32.99
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP PRE-ORDER Buy Now
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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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    Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
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    Bad Reputation

    That much rock & roll excess and that little sleep--it would be enough to ruffle anyone. Thus Thin Lizzy decamped to Canada to unwind from a year of incident and illness. There they produced Bad Reputation, which sounds, if not exactly laid-back, then at least damn smooth. Phil Lynott was confident enough to loosen Lizzy's atomic boogie and open his writing to jazz and folk influences, while the band, despite shifting membership, sound tighter than ever, playing with a new delicacy and thoughtfulness. Scott Gorham emerged here as a genuinely original guitarist, Tony Visconti's production sharpens the edges, and the title track, Southbound, and Dancing in the Moonlight are among Lizzy's best. --Taylor Parkes (Amazon)
    1. Soldier of Fortune
    2. Bad Reputation
    3. Opium Trail
    4. Southbound
    5. Dancing in the Moonlight (It's Caught Me in Its Spotlight)
    6. Killer Without a Cause
    7. Downtown Sundown
    8. That Woman's Gonna Break Your Heart
    9. Dear Lord
    Thin Lizzy
    $24.99
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
  • Wipe The Windows, Check The Oil, Dollar Gas Wipe The Windows, Check The Oil, Dollar Gas Quick View

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    Wipe The Windows, Check The Oil, Dollar Gas


    Remastered From Original Analog Tapes


    Cut On Copper Plates Using Abbey Road Mastering's Direct DMM Lathe


    Original Artwork Faithfully Reproduced


    This double live album features performances from their popular 1973 album, Brothers And Sisters and each of their
    other studio albums. It has been remastered from original analog tapes by Keven Reeves (Brothers And Sisters,
    The 1971 Fillmore East Recordings) to 192kHz 24-bit audio and then cut on copper plates using Abbey Road
    Mastering's Direct Metal Mastering (DMM) lathe. This title is being issued on 180g, heavy weight vinyl. The original
    artwork has been faithfully reproduced as well.


    No Allman Brothers Band fan should pass up Wipe the Windows, which is a most solid live album, and, in particular, a better representation of the songs off of Brothers and Sisters and Win, Lose or Draw than the original studio versions. Southbound, Ramblin' Man, Jessica, and, to a lesser degree, Wasted Words come off exceptionally well. - Bruce Eder (All Music Guide)

    1. Introduction
    2. Wasted Words
    3. Southbound
    4. Ramblin' Man
    5. In Memory Of Elizabeth Redd
    6. Ain't Wastin' Time No More
    7. Come And Go Blues
    8. Can't Loose What You Never Had
    9. Don't Want You No More
    10. It's Not My Cross To Bear
    11. Jessica
    The Allman Brothers Band
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    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
  • Brothers and Sisters Brothers and Sisters Quick View

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    Brothers and Sisters

    1973 Affair Introduces Southern Rock to Popular Parlance


    Dickey Betts Leads Group Through Mellower Country Rock, Pairs With Pianist Chuck Leavell


    Chart-Topping Album Includes Smash "Ramblin' Man" and Favorites "Jessica" and "Southbound"


    Brothers and Sisters is significant for myriad reasons. It's the first album the Allman Brothers Band made in its entirety after Duane Allman's death. It also came after bassist Berry Oakley's spookily similar passing, yet he appears on two of the songs. The 1973 set also marks the emergence of guitarist Dickey Betts as the collective's leader. And pianist Chuck Leavell's arrival. But for than anything else, the record remains noteworthy for its incredible soulfulness and completeness.


    Having stayed at the top of the Billboard charts for five consecutive weeks, Brothers and Sisters constitutes the Allman Brothers Band's biggest commercial triumph. Given the circumstances surrounding its creation, such an accomplishment hardly seemed possible. Fresh from licking their wounds over Duane's tragic motorcycle accident, the group experienced dÉjà vu when Oakley met the same fate just blocks away from where his mate was killed. Rather than collapse, the Allman Brothers Band tightened up and mellowed out, inviting Leavell to join instead of recruiting another guitarist.


    What the sextet gets in return for its troubles is music that marks the concrete beginnings of a form that soon become known as Southern rock. Leavell and Betts exchange notes as if the pair has been trading ideas since they were children. Slide guitars still tread over greasy grooves, yet the Allman Brothers Band digs deeper into country dirt, parlaying a twang anchored by Betts' picking and abetted by Gregg's organic, shot-of-blues vocals. The laidback vibe manifests on the signature "Ramblin' Man," a hit evocative of the record's breezy melodies and friendly interplay.


    The cover art further reveals the Allman Brothers Band's mindset. Golden, tranquil, idyllic, Southern, loving: It's a paradise-longing view that would soon come crashing down in the group's lives but one that, for the duration and existence of Brothers and Sisters, remains gloriously undisturbed.

    1. Wasted Words
    2. Ramblin' Man
    3. Come and Go Blues
    4. Jelly, Jelly
    5. Southbound
    6. Jessica
    7. Pony Boy
    The Allman Brothers Band
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    Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
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    Brothers And Sisters

    Brothers and Sisters on Numbered Limited Edition 180 Gram LP from Mobile Fidelity


    1973 Affair Introduces Southern Rock to Popular Parlance


    Unrivaled Sonics: Mastered from the Original Master Tapes, Mobile Fidelity Edition Provides Window Into What Transpired in Macon Studios


    Dickey Betts Leads Group Through Mellower Country Rock, Pairs With Pianist Chuck Leavell


    Chart-Topping Album Includes Smash "Ramblin' Man" and Favorites "Jessica" and "Southbound"


    Brothers and Sisters is significant for myriad reasons. It's the first album the Allman Brothers Band made in its entirety after Duane Allman's death. It also came after bassist Berry Oakley's spookily similar passing, yet he appears on two of the songs. The 1973 set also marks the emergence of guitarist Dickey Betts as the collective's leader. And pianist Chuck Leavell's arrival. But for than anything else, the record remains noteworthy for its incredible soulfulness and completeness.


    Mastered from the original master tapes and pressed on dead-quiet vinyl RTI, Mobile Fidelity's 180 gram LP of Brothers and Sisters joins the unparalleled reissue imprint's other Allman titles in presenting the superlative ensemble's work in the most lifelike, uncompromised fidelity possible. Whether it's the feather-light harmonic layering of the collective's background vocals, echoing cavity of Leavell's gospel-tinted piano, skin-against-skin smack of Jaimoe's congas, or sweet dobro lines laid down by Betts, this version betters all previous pressings by bringing you, the listener, as close to the studio as any record feasibly can.


    Having stayed at the top of the Billboard charts for five consecutive weeks, Brothers and Sisters constitutes the Allman Brothers Band's biggest commercial triumph. Given the circumstances surrounding its creation, such an accomplishment hardly seemed possible. Fresh from licking their wounds over Duane's tragic motorcycle accident, the group experienced dÉjà vu when Oakley met the same fate just blocks away from where his mate was killed. Rather than collapse, the Allman Brothers Band tightened up and mellowed out, inviting Leavell to join instead of recruiting another guitarist.


    What the sextet gets in return for its troubles is music that marks the concrete beginnings of a form that soon become known as Southern rock. Leavell and Betts exchange notes as if the pair has been trading ideas since they were children. Slide guitars still tread over greasy grooves, yet the Allman Brothers Band digs deeper into country dirt, parlaying a twang anchored by Betts' picking and abetted by Gregg's organic, shot-of-blues vocals. The laidback vibe manifests on the signature "Ramblin' Man," a hit evocative of the record's breezy melodies and friendly interplay.


    The cover art further reveals the Allman Brothers Band's mindset. Golden, tranquil, idyllic, Southern, loving: It's a paradise-longing view that would soon come crashing down in the group's lives but one that, for the duration and existence of Brothers and Sisters, remains gloriously undisturbed.


    This title is not eligible for discount.

    1. Wasted Words
    2. Ramblin' Man
    3. Come and Go Blues
    4. Jelly, Jelly
    5. Southbound
    6. Jessica
    7. Pony Boy
    The Allman Brothers Band
    $34.99
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
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