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  • Highlights From The Fun House Sessions (On Sale) Highlights From The Fun House Sessions (On Sale) On Sale Quick View

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    Highlights From The Fun House Sessions (On Sale)

    Pressed On 180g, Multi-Color Vinyl And Pressed At Record Industry

    Each 2-LP Set Is Individually Numbered And Strictly Limited

    Comes In A Gatefold Tip-On Stoughton Sleeve With Brand New Artwork

    1970: The Complete Fun House Sessions was recorded at Elektra Sound Recorders in Los Angeles and compiled from all thirteen reels of multi-track tape that held every note and snippet of studio dialogue. Twelve reels of tape were used during the original sessions, with the thirteenth reel having the takes that would be used on the studio album.

    This sprawling set which was originally aimed at the collector market would be challenging and cost prohibitive to reissue as a multi-disc vinyl box set. What is presented here is an attempt to assemble some of the best highlights from the Fun House Sessions on an officially-released 2LP set in high quality packaging with a sequence that hopefully proves to be an easier, and more casual listen.

    Included are some terrific alternate versions of Down on the Street,Loose, Dirt, Funhouse, 1970 and others, pulled from session reels 1,4, 6, 7, 9 and 11 and originally recorded on May 11, 12, 15, 18, 21 and 25 of 1970. Also notable is the inclusion of the 17+ minute version of L.A. Blues,titled as Freak, which encompasses the entire fourth side of this set and is the prime example of what makes the Fun House Sessions both loved and feared.


    This title is not eligible for further discount.

    LP 1
    1. Studio Dialogue #23 (reel 6) - May 18, 1970
    2. Down on the Street Take 6 (reel 6) - May 18, 1970
    3. Loose Take 16 (reel 4) - May 15, 1970
    4. T.V. Eye Take 5 (reel 7) - May 18, 1970
    5. Dirt Take 5 (reel 11) - May 25, 1970
    6. Studio Dialogue #3 (reel 1) - May 11, 1970
    7. 1970 Take 3 (reel 1) - May 11, 1970
    8. Fun House Take 3 (reel 9) - May 21, 1970


    LP 2
    1. Studio Dialogue #7 (reel 2) - May 12, 1970
    2. See That Cat (T.V. Eye) (reel 2) - May 12, 1970
    3. 1970 Take 2 (reel 1) - May 11, 1970
    4. Lost in the Future Take 3 (reel 3) - May 15, 1970
    5. Slide (Slidin' The Blues) (reel 4) - May 15, 1970
    6. Freak (L.A. Blues) Take 1 (reel 12) - May 25, 1970
    7. See That Cat (T.V. Eye) (reel 2) - May 12, 1970
    8. 1970 Take 2 (reel 1) - May 11, 1970

    The Stooges
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    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
  • Down By The Old Mainstream (Sold Out) Down By The Old Mainstream (Sold Out) Quick View

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    Down By The Old Mainstream (Sold Out)

    Release Date: June 22, 2018*



    2-LP, 180-Gram, Color Vinyl Pressed At Record Industry


    Tip On Gatefold Aqueous Gloss Stoughton Jacket With Printed Inner Sleeves


    Individually Numbered And Limited To One Pressing


    First Repress Since 2010, When It Was First Issued On Vinyl


    A Lost Classic From The 1990s That Includes Jeff Tweedy Of Wilco, Dan Murphy Of Soul Asylum & Gary Louris Of The Jayhawks


    Golden Smog is a Minneapolis-based, loosely connected inter-changeable group of musicians from notable bands comprising members of Wilco, Soul Asylum, The Replacements, The Jayhawks, Run Westy Run, Big Star and the Honeydogs. Since their inception in 1989, many members have come and gone, with the following musicians having appeared on all recordings: Kraig Johnson (Run Westy Run), Dan Murphy (Soul Asylum), Gary Louris (Jayhawks) and bassist Marc Perlman (Jayhawks). The group originally played in and around Minneapolis doing mainly cover song sets as a country-rock reaction to the punk and hardcore music that dominated the region. In 1995 they released their debut album, "Down By the Old Mainstream," recorded at Pachyderm Recording Studio that was made up of mainly original material with a few covers. Drummer Chris Mars of the Replacements was gone by now and the line-up consisted of Johnson, Murphy, Louris, Perlman and two new members: Jeff Tweedy of Wilco and Honeydogs drummer Noah Levy. All members were credited under pseudonyms to avoid contractual issues with their other record companies.

    *Please note that release dates are subject to change.

    LP 1
    1. V
    2. Ill Fated
    3. Pecan Pie
    4. Yesterday Cried
    5. Glad & Sorry
    6. Won't Be Coming Home
    7. He's A Dick


    LP 2
    1. Walk Where He Walked
    2. Nowhere Bound
    3. Friend
    4. She Don't Have To See You
    5. Red Headed Stepchild
    6. Williamton Angel
    7. Radio King

    Golden Smog
    $36.99
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed PRE-ORDER
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  • Songs of Rapture and Redemption: Rarities & Live (Pre-Order) Songs of Rapture and Redemption: Rarities & Live (Pre-Order) Quick View

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    Songs of Rapture and Redemption: Rarities & Live (Pre-Order)

    Release Date: July 13, 2018*

    Brand New Collection Includes Demos And Live Tracks Making Their Debut On Vinyl


    2x 180-Gram Colored Vinyl Pressed At Record Industry


    Includes A Tip On Gatefold Stoughton Jacket


    Individually Numbered And Limited To One Pressing


    Born October 7, 1944, and hailing from California, Judith
    Lynn Sill was an American singer-songwriter who learned
    how to play piano in her father's Oakland bar. She met,
    befriended and started opening shows for Graham Nash
    and David Crosby in the mid-to-late 1960s.


    After a bit of interest from Atlantic Records, David Geffen
    offered Judee a contract and she became the first artist to
    sign with his then-fledgling Asylum label. During her early
    days at Asylum, she sold her song "Lady-O" to the Turtles and
    was featured on the cover of Rolling Stone. Graham Nash
    produced her first single, "Jesus Was A Cross Maker," off her
    self-titled debut album which was released on September
    15, 1971 and engineered by Henry Lewy (Joni Mitchell). The
    song was inspired by her romance with singer-songwriter
    JD Souther, who later wrote the song "Something In the
    Dark" about her. The album featured Sill's voice in multiple
    overdubs, often in a four-part chorale or fugue. Her debut
    album was not a commercial success, despite good reviews.
    Sill took over orchestration and arrangements for her
    second album, Heart Food, which was released in March
    of 1973. The album was critically acclaimed but sold poorly
    and ended her association with Asylum and David Geffen.


    Judee continued to write songs and in 1974 began to record
    new material planned for a third album that was never
    finished. Sill continued to struggle with drug addiction
    and health problems, eventually dropping out of the music
    scene completely. Judee tragically died of a drug overdose
    on November 23, 1979, at her apartment in North Hollywood.


    Sill's music was not commercially viable at the time but
    was incredibly influential as well as ground-breaking and
    many notable songwriters such as Andy Partridge, Liz Phair,
    Warren Zevon and Shawn Colvin have been fans of her work.
    Her songs have been covered by the Hollies, Cass Elliott,
    Warren Zevon, Beth Orton, Bill Callahan, Bonnie Prince Billy,
    Ron Sexsmith, The Fruit Bats and many more.

    *Please note that release dates are subject to change.

    LP 1
    1. Intro/The Vigilante*
    2. Lady-O*
    3. Enchanted Sky Machines*
    4. The Archetypal Man*
    5. Crayon Angels*
    6. The Lamb Ran Away With the Crown*
    7. Jesus Was A Cross Maker*


    LP 2
    1. The Pearl**
    2. The Phoenix**
    3. Jesus Was A Cross Maker (home demo)
    4. The Desperado (Outtake from the Heart Food sessions)
    5. The Kiss***
    6. Down Where The Valleys Are Low***
    7. The Donor***
    8. Soldier Of The Heart***
    9. The Phoenix***
    10. The Vigilante***
    11. The Pearl***
    12. There's A Rugged Road***


    * Live at Boston Music Hall, 10/3/71
    ** Outtake from the album Judee Sill
    *** Solo demo for Heart Food

    Judee Sill
    $36.99
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed PRE-ORDER Buy Now
  • The 1972 Muscle Shoals Sessions (Pre-Order) The 1972 Muscle Shoals Sessions (Pre-Order) Quick View

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    The 1972 Muscle Shoals Sessions (Pre-Order)

    Release Date: August 10, 2018*


    Brand New Collection Compiling All Of Bettye's 1972 Muscle Shoals Sessions On One Vinyl Release For The First Time-most Of These Tracks Are Making Their Debut On Vinyl


    Includes 2 Bonus Singles


    180-Gram Vinyl LP Pressed At Record Industry In The Netherlands


    Includes A Single Pocket, Tip-On Stoughton Sleeve With New Artwork And Liner Notes


    Individually Numbered And Limited To One Pressing


    Bettye Lavette-born Betty Jo Haskins, from Detroit, Michigan-is easily one of the most
    important yet sometimes overlooked soul singer/songwriter of all time. She made her first
    record at the age of 16 in 1962 when she was signed by local Detroit record producer Johnnie
    Mae Matthews and recorded the single "My Man-He's A Lovin' Man," which became a Top
    Ten R&B hit after Atlantic Records bought distribution rights. Its success led to a tour with
    Clyde McPhatter, Ben E. King, Barbara Lynn and Otis Redding. She recorded the Wreich
    Holloway-written song, "Let Me Down Easy," on Calla Records in 1965 and became a chart
    hit (#48), leading to a brief stint with the James Brown Revue. After recording more singles
    for local Detroit labels, Lavette signed to Silver Fox in 1969 and recorded a handful of songs,
    including two Top 40 R&B Hits: "He Made A Woman Out Of Me" and "Do Your Duty," both
    produced by Lelan Rogers and featuring the Memphis studio musicians who later became
    known as the Dixie Flyers.


    In 1972, Bettye signed with Atlantic/Atco and was sent to the famed Muscle Shoals Sound
    Studios in Alabama to record a full-length album. Produced by Brad Shapiro and featuring
    the Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section, the album was supposed to originally be titled as Child
    of the Seventies but Atco chose to shelve the project at the time. Years later, after Bettye
    played her own personal recordings of the sessions for French soul music collector, Gilles
    Petard, he chased down the master recordings at Atlantic Records where they were thought
    to have been destroyed in a fire. In 1999 after obtaining the masters, he licensed the material
    and released it on CD in 2000 as Souvenirs through his Art and Soul label (Rhino Handmade
    would later reissue Child of the Seventies on CD with previously unreleased 1973 tracks).
    The album helped to spark renewed interest in Lavette and in 2003, A Woman Like Me, was
    released and won the 2004 W.C Handy Award for "Comeback Blues Album of the Year."
    Lavette then signed to the Rosebud Agency and was brought to the attention of Andy Kaulkin
    at ANTI Records who signed her to a 3-album deal. The first project was produced by Joe
    Henry and featured an album of songs written entirely by women: I've Got My Own Hell To
    Raise was successful in helping to raise awareness of Bettye and was on many critics' Best of
    2005 lists. Since her release on ANTI, she has gone on to many accomplishments, including
    receiving a Pioneer Award from the Rhythm and Blues Foundation in 2006, A Blues Music
    Award for Best Contemporary Female Blues Singer in 2008 and another Blues Music Award
    in 2016 for Soul Blues Female Artist of the Year.


    *Please note that release dates are subject to change.

    1. It Ain't Easy
    2. If I Can't Be Your Woman
    3. Fortune Teller
    4. Your Time To Cry
    5. Soul Tambourine
    6. All The Black and White Children
    7. Our Own Love Song
    8. Ain't Nothing Gonna Change Me
    9. Outside Woman
    10. The Stealer
    11. My Love Is Showing
    12. Souvenirs
    13. Heart of Gold**
    14. You'll Wake Up Wiser**


    **Bonus single recorded in Detroit, 1972

    Bettye LaVette
    $25.99
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed PRE-ORDER Buy Now
  • Vagabonds (Expanded Edition) (Pre-Order) Vagabonds (Expanded Edition) (Pre-Order) Quick View

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    Vagabonds (Expanded Edition) (Pre-Order)

    Release Date: September 14, 2018*


    This Expanded 2-LP Edition Includes A Bonus Disc Of Outtakes, Demos And Acoustic Tracks, With Many Making Their Debut To Vinyl As Well As Several Having Never Been Released On Any Physical Format


    This Is The First Time This Album Has Been Reissued On Vinyl Since Original Release In 2008


    Sourced From The Original Masters With Lacquers Cut At Sam Phillips Recording Studio


    Pressed On 2-180-Gram Black Records At Record Industry In The Netherlands And Comes In A Deluxe Gatefold Tip-On Stoughton Sleeve With New Notes From Gary


    Each 2-LP Set Is Numbered And Strictly Limited


    The American guitarist, singer and songwriter Gary Lourdis was founding member of the Minneapolis-based band The Jayhawks and their principal songwriter and vocalist after the departure of Mark Olson. He eventually was responsible for moving the band from folk-country towards a more progressive, pop sound. The band formed in 1985 in Minneapolis and appeared on Letterman in 2003, performing "Save It For A Rainy Day," off their Rainy Day Music album. They recorded seven albums for Columbia before going on hiatus in 2005. The band briefly reunited in 2011 for a new album and tour only to return to a hiatus when Olson left again in 2012.


    Louris' additional credits include being a member of the intermittent Midwest collective, Golden Smog that recorded two albums on Rykodisc and two albums on Lost Highway from 1995 to 2007, as well as co-writing "Jealous of Moon" with Chris Thile in 2005-the song appeared on the Nickel Creek album Why Should The Fire Die?-and songs for the 2008 Dixie Chicks album Taking The Long Way.


    In 2008, Rykodisc released Gary's first solo album Vagabonds. The album was produced by Black Crowes frontman Chris Robinson. In an interview, Louris was quoted as saying," It wasn't my intention to recapture the '70s or anything, that's just what comes out when I sing .Once we got the band together for the sessions, it actually reminded me of how The Jayhawks were when we started out. The music is new and exciting for them, and it was good for me to feed off of that." Vagabonds was recorded in Laurel Canyon, which is famous for being the center of the 1970s singer-songwriter scene, and is expanded here with bonus material from the sessions-many making their debut to vinyl, and others new to any physical format


    *Please note that release dates are subject to change.

    LP 1
    1. True Blue
    2. Omaha Nights
    3. To Die A Happy Man
    4. She Only Calls Me On Sundays
    5. We'll Get By
    6. Black Grass
    7. I Wanna Get High
    8. Vagabonds
    9. D.C. Blues
    10. Meandering


    LP 2
    1. Three Too Many (Outtake)*
    2. Working Girl (Demo)*
    3. Baby Let Me Take Care Of You (Outtake)**
    4. Fall Day (Demo)**
    5. Girl in the Window (Outtake)***
    6. True Blue****
    7. Omaha Nights****
    8. To Die A Happy Man****
    9. She Only Calls Me on Sundays****
    10. We'll Get By****
    11. Vagabonds****


    * iTunes bonus track, previously unavailable on any physical format
    ** Amazon bonus track, previously unavailable on any physical format
    *** Previously unreleased
    **** Acoustic version

    Gary Louris
    $36.99
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed PRE-ORDER Buy Now
  • Sweet Southern Soul (Out Of Stock) Sweet Southern Soul (Out Of Stock) Quick View

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    Sweet Southern Soul (Out Of Stock)



    This Album Will Get Its First Repress Since The Original Release In 1969


    Sourced From The Original Analog Master Tapes With Lacquers Cut At Sam Phillips Recording Studio In Memphis


    Pressed On 180g Black Vinyl At Record Industry In The Netherlands And Come In A Single Pocket Tip-on Stoughton Sleeve


    Individually Numbered And Strictly Limited Based On Pre-orders


    Issued In Mono For The First Time


    Brooklyn soul singer Lou Johnson was a singer and pianist who actively
    recorded between the years of 1962-1972. As a teen he sang in gospel
    choirs and studied music at Brooklyn College.


    In 1962 Johnson signed with Bigtop Records, run by the Hi ll & Range
    publishing group located in the Brill Building. It was during this tenure that
    Johnson befriended the iconic songwriting team of Burt Bacharach and
    Hal David. They wrote his first three singles, "If I Never Get To Love You,"
    "You Better Let Him Go," and "Reach Out to Me." The first two songs failed
    to connect on the charts but the third reached #74 on the Billboard Hot
    100 in 1963. Unfortunately Bigtop folded just as the song began to climb
    the charts and Johnson's success with the song was hampered.


    He then signed to Big Hill and continued his association with Bacharach/
    David. In 1964, his original version of "Always Something There to Remind
    Me" with backup vocals by Doris Troy, Dee Dee Warwick and Cissy Houston
    reached #49 in the US charts. Lou also recorded original versions of other
    Bacharach/David songs that went on to become bigger hits for artists such
    as Dionne Warwick and Adam Faith.


    Johnson recorded two albums for Atlantic Records, one of which, Sweet
    Southern Soul, is our featured voting title here. Released on Atlantic's
    subsidiary, Cotillion in 1969, it was produced by Jerry Wexler and Tom
    Dowd at Muscle Shoals Studios. Featuring the Muscle Shoals band and
    including songs by Curtis Mayfield, Eddie Hinton and Don Covay, it had all
    the elements of a classic Atlantic soul album of the era but failed to garner
    much attention. His final full length, With You in Mind, was produced by
    Allen Toussaint for Stax's Volt label but it too sunk like a stone. Johnson
    later moved to Los Angeles and became a nightclub entertainer. Sweet
    Southern Soul is a classic crate digger record and would find a welcome
    home in any soul collector's library

    1. Rock Me Baby
    2. It's In the Wind

    3. This Magic Moment

    4. She Thinks I Still Care
    5. Move and Groove Together
    6. Please Stay
    7. I Can't Change
    8. Tears Tears Tears
    9. People in Love
    10. Don't Play That Song (You Lied)
    11. Gypsy Woman
    Lou Johnson
    $25.99
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP Mono - Sealed Temporarily out of stock
  • Greatest Fits (Out Of Stock) Greatest Fits (Out Of Stock) Quick View

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    Greatest Fits (Out Of Stock)


    This Is The First Vinyl Release Of The Band's Classic 2001 Greatest Hits Collection


    Pressed On 2-180g Multi-Color LPs At Record Industry In The Netherlands


    Comes In A Gatefold Dual Pocket Tip-On Stoughton Sleeve


    Each 2LP Set Comes Numbered And Strictly Limited Based On Pre-Orders




    Ministry is the legendary industrial metal band founded in 1981 by Al Jourgensen in Chicago. In its earliest days, the band began as a new wave synth pop group but in the mid-1980s ended up changing styles, signing to Sire Records and becoming one of the pioneers of industrial metal. In 1988, the band recorded their second album for Sire, The Land of Rape and Honey, which used synth, tape loops, drum machines, heavily distorted guitar and bass, and movie dialogue to great effect-furthering their success in the underground music scene. The album was certified Gold by the RIAA in 1996. Bands such as Fear Factory, Linkin Park, Slipknot and Nine Inch Nails cite The Land of Rape and Honey as a major influence. Their follow up, The Mind is a Terrible Thing to Taste, took a more hardcore guitar-driven direction and was supported by a tour from 1989-90 which was documented on the album In Case You Didn't Feel Like Showing Up. The album peaked at #163 in the US and was certified Gold by the RIAA for sales in excess of 500k in 1995. Music critic Tom Moon included the album in his book, 1000 Recordings to Hear Before You Die, saying it "is one of the great works of industrial music" and is an influential album, "way ahead of its time."


    Ministry broke into the mainstream in 1991 with the hit "Jesus Built My Hotrod," which was co-authored by Gibby Haynes of the Butthole Surfers (who also is featured doing guest vocals) and Michael Balch of Front Line Assembly. It was the key track off their fifth studio album released on Sire in 1992, commonly referred to as Psalm 69. The song "N.W.O." was nominated for the Grammy® Award for Best Metal Performance in 1993, but lost to Nine Inch Nails' "Wish." Psalm 69 is ranked #80 on Rolling Stone magazine's Top 100 Greatest Metal Albums of All Time list. It went platinum and peaked at #27 on the Billboard 200, paving the way for other industrial acts including Marilyn Manson and Orgy into the Billboard charts.


    Ministry has gone on to record up until their break up in 2008, although they announced a reunion in 2011 , released two more studio albums and are working on their fourteenth studio album set to release in 2018. They have been nominated for 6 Grammy® Awards. This will be the first time that their Greatest Fits album covering key tracks from the WB/Sire label years will be available on vinyl. No other Ministry greatest hits collection exists on vinyl in the market and this one would receive the typical high quality Run Out Groove treatment.

    LP 1
    1. What About Us?
    2. Stigmata
    3. Land of Rape and Honey

    4. Thieves
    5. So What (Live)
    6. N.W.O.


    LP 2
    1. Just One Fix
    2. Jesus Built My Hotrod
    3. Reload 12"
    4. Lay Lady Lay
    5. Supermanic Soul
    6. Bad Blood
    7. Supernaut (1000 Homo DJs)

    Ministry
    $34.99
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Temporarily out of stock
  • The Best Of Atlantic Soul 1962-1965 (Out Of Stock) The Best Of Atlantic Soul 1962-1965 (Out Of Stock) Quick View

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    The Best Of Atlantic Soul 1962-1965 (Out Of Stock)


    The First Domestic Vinyl Collection Of His Groundbreaking Atlantic Recordings Released Since 1966


    Each LP Is Individually Numbered And Strictly Limited Based On Pre Orders


    180g, Black Vinyl Pressed At Record Industry Comes In A Single Sleeve UV-Gloss, Old School Tipon Stoughton Sleeve With Brand New Artwork


    Solomon Burke helped to shape the sound of rhythm and blues as one of
    the founding fathers of soul music. He had a litany of hit singles in the
    1960s for Atlantic Records including "Cry to Me," "If You Need Me," "Down
    in the Valley," and "Everybody Needs Somebody to Love," to name a few.
    Atlantic Records' co-founder Jerry Wexler has referred to Burke as "the
    greatest male soul singer of all time" and it was reported that he signed a
    "handshake" deal with the label within ten minutes of originally entering
    Wexler's office. His signing helped to reinvigorate the label, as stars Bobby
    Darin and Ray Charles had just left.


    Drawing inspiration from gospel, jazz, country and blues-Burke developed
    his own unique style and was often called "The King of Rock 'n' Soul"
    earning him a wide bi-racial audience. Due to his spiritual background he
    refused to be classified as an R&B singer because of its labeled stigma
    by the church. During his almost six decades of performing, he released
    38 studio albums-selling at total 17 million-and had 35 charting singles
    including 26 that made the Billboard R&B charts.


    In 2001, he was inducted into the Rock N Roll Hall of Fame as a performer
    and has been ranked by Rolling Stone on their list of "100 Greatest
    Singers of All Time." Burke is one of the most important male vocalists in
    music history and has influenced legendary rockers such as the Rolling
    Stones, Elvis Costello, Van Morrison, the Animals and Tom Petty

    1. Just Out of Reach (Of My Two Open Arms)
    2. Cry To Me
    3. Down in the Valley
    4. Looking For My Baby
    5. Baby (I Wanna Be Loved)
    6. I'm Hanging Up My Heart For You
    7. Home In Your Heart
    8. If You Need Me
    9. Stupidity
    10. Go On Back to Him
    11. Got To Get You Off My Mind
    12. Can't Nobody Love You
    13. Goodbye Baby (Baby Goodbye)
    14. Everybody Needs Somebody to Love
    Solomon Burke
    $25.99
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Temporarily out of stock
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