joe cuba sextet - bailadoresabove the law - time will revealpete rock & c.l. smooth - they reminisce over you (cover a little ragged)malcolm x speaksart blakey with the original jazz messengers - jazz odysseymax roach + 4 (trip re-issue)leaders of the new school - sobb story + international zone coasterzhigge - toss it upgeorge benson - good king badbilly cobham - shabazzfonda rae - last train to clarksvillethe evasions - all wrapped up raw silk - do it to the musicfirst choice - love thing (tee scott remix)
― san lazaro, Tuesday, 20 September 2011 15:51 (3 years ago) Permalink
for a single dollur... came on pink vinyl and features a pretty catchy cover of miaow's (?) "when it all comes down" which actually probably ranks amongst my top favorite unrest songs as of now. it's surprisingly how easily they translate into songs more dynamic than their usual affair
― Hullo, I'm Jon Moss (kelpolaris), Tuesday, 20 September 2011 16:17 (3 years ago) Permalink
zhigge - toss it up
This song still makes me inordinately happy.
― Prostetnic Vogon Limbaugh (Dan Peterson), Tuesday, 20 September 2011 16:19 (3 years ago) Permalink
― Hullo, I'm Jon Moss (kelpolaris), Tuesday, September 20, 2011 4:17 PM (44 minutes ago) Bookmark
man i love that cover so much!
― 69, Tuesday, 20 September 2011 17:02 (3 years ago) Permalink
it's so great and so different - whereas unrest always seemed to thrive in singular melodies done continuously, "when it all comes down" jumps from one to another just totally fluid. it feels crammed - but less like an office elevator, and more so like dorm-room shower.
i wish they did more stuff like it.
― Hullo, I'm Jon Moss (kelpolaris), Tuesday, 20 September 2011 18:31 (3 years ago) Permalink
have you heard "bavarian mods" or "capezio b"?
― 69, Tuesday, 20 September 2011 18:33 (3 years ago) Permalink
no, never - do you have any links?
― Hullo, I'm Jon Moss (kelpolaris), Tuesday, 20 September 2011 18:47 (3 years ago) Permalink
joe cuba sextet - bailadores
re ^^^ would love to know more !i picked up a fania reissue of the 'dead of alive' album by this lot.absolutely fantastic stuff.this never fails to put a smile on my face
― mark e, Thursday, 22 September 2011 14:27 (3 years ago) Permalink
really great record. there's apparently a 2010 fania re-issue. can't really go wrong with cuba, or most anything on tico records.http://www.discogs.com/Joe-Cuba-Sextet-Bailadores/release/3027547
― san lazaro, Thursday, 22 September 2011 15:38 (3 years ago) Permalink
its now on my never ending wish list
― mark e, Thursday, 22 September 2011 19:11 (3 years ago) Permalink
charity shop dig for first time in ages the other day, some very satisfying £1 buys ...
picked up another copy of this to sell on or give away http://www.discogs.com/Various-Pure-Classics-Volume-Two/release/6564
lovely unplayed copy of this ... http://www.discogs.com/Yazoo-You-And-Me-Both/release/31607
and most satisfyingly of all took a blind punt on this great little post punk / synthy diy thing which i really like http://www.discogs.com/Mud-Hutters-Factory-Farming/release/2021932
― out comes stanley, Thursday, 22 September 2011 20:11 (3 years ago) Permalink
this excellent comp of frank tovey "hits" ... £1 - cancer research up morningside
― out comes stanley, Tuesday, 4 October 2011 19:25 (3 years ago) Permalink
prince's hits + b-sides 3CD set for $1 at a book fair woo
― anorange (abanana), Wednesday, 5 October 2011 22:46 (3 years ago) Permalink
― difficult to adjust to ilxor being a low frequency poster (ilxor), Friday, 7 October 2011 01:26 (3 years ago) Permalink
Just got a sealed 180gram copy of Smash Your Head Against The Wall for $3 @ Half-Price.
― The Man With The Flavored Toothpick (C. Grisso/McCain), Sunday, 9 October 2011 23:07 (3 years ago) Permalink
dollar disco vinyl:
Double Exposure - 'My Love is Free' / Salsoul Orchestra - 'It Don't Have to Be Funky (to be a Groove)'Grace Jones - 'On Your Knees' / 'Don't Mess with the Messer'Voyage - s/t
― geeta, Friday, 14 October 2011 21:40 (3 years ago) Permalink
About $25 total including $5 entrance fee (lots of 50-centers, a few $1s, two $2s), Austin Record Convention today
Bobby Bland – Two Steps From The Blues (Duke 1961)Rory Block – Intoxication (Chrysalis 1977)Bloodrock – 3 (Capitol 1971)Flash Cadillac and the Continental Kids – There’s No Face Like Chrome (Epic 1974)Dazz Band – Greatest Hits (Motown 1986)Rick Dees – The Original Disco Duck (RSO 1977)Dr. Feelgood – As It Happens (United Artists 1979)Faith Hope & Charity – s/t (RCA 1975)4 Out Of 5 Doctors – s/t (Nemperor 1980)Eddie Jefferson – The Main Man (Inner City 1977)Bobby Jimmy and the Critters – Ugly Knuckle Butt (Rapsur 1985)Krokus – One Vice At A Time (Arista 1982)Man 2 Man Meet Man Parrish – Male Stripper (Bolts 12-iinch c. 1987)Nick Mason – Fictitious Sports (Columbia 1981)Mel McDaniel – Gentle To Your Senses (Capitol 1977)Motorhead – Another Perfect Day (Bronze Mexico 1983)Tracy Nelson – Sweet Soul Music (MCA 1975)One Way – Shine On Me (MCA 1983)Paper Lace – Paper Lace (Mercury 1974)Chris Rea – Chris Rea (Columbia 1982)The Rings – The Rings (MCA 1981)Tom Robinson – Sector 27 (IRS 1980)Phil Seymour – 2 (Boardwalk 1982)Sweet – Identity Crisis (Polydor Mexico 1982)Pat Terry – Humanity Gangsters (Myrrh 1982)2 Live Crew – Is What We Are (Luke Skyywalker 1986)West Street Mob – Let Your Mind Be Free/Breakdance – Electric Boogie (Sugar Hill 12-inch 1983)White Wolf – Standing Alone (RCA 1984)Y&T – Open Fire (A&M 1985)(Various) – Le Mejor Del Rock En Espanol (WEA Mexico 1985)(Various) – Sylvester (Curb 1985 – what a weird format: a movie soundtrack *EP*, just six songs, by Cruzados, Los Lobos, Textones, Gail Davies, Rank & File)
― xhuxk, Sunday, 23 October 2011 02:47 (3 years ago) Permalink
That Nick Mason album is pretty great, but you probably know that... Still not on CD, I don't think, which is kinda weird.
― dlp9001, Sunday, 23 October 2011 02:54 (3 years ago) Permalink
Oh, no, I was wrong. Just out of print and expensive...
― dlp9001, Sunday, 23 October 2011 02:55 (3 years ago) Permalink
i just heard that album for the first time last month. i had no idea i would like it so much. such a great cast of characters too.
― scott seward, Sunday, 23 October 2011 10:58 (3 years ago) Permalink
Was in Krakow the past two weekends, and made a great haul -- some Polish new wave, couple of synth-prog records, and then maybe a hundred sound postcards, which was a popular format for distributing western music in Poland in the '60s and '70s. Woke up this morning with the inconsolable urge to buy more postcards. Then, at my local flea market here in Neukölln, I actually did score one: a German one, with an image of the Berlin Kongreßhalle; the song is "The River Kwai March," whistles and all. Sometimes, the record gods smile upon us.
(I also got some Bummi flexidiscs, starring the adventures of a cartoon bear. Score!)
― pshrbrn, Sunday, 23 October 2011 14:01 (3 years ago) Permalink
Where's a good place to look for music in Krakow?
― Mohombi Khush Hua (ShariVari), Sunday, 23 October 2011 17:03 (3 years ago) Permalink
Wow, what is the Polish new wave like. I wonder if YouTube has videos....
― โตเกียวเหมียวเหมียว aka Don Nots (Mount Cleaners), Sunday, 23 October 2011 20:47 (3 years ago) Permalink
The New Pornographers - "Mass Romantic"Spiritualized - "Let It Come Down"Air - "Talkie Walkie"Underworld - "Dubnobasswithmyheadman"Cibo Matto - "Stereo * Type A"The Juan Maclean - "Less Than Human"The Juan Maclean - "The Future Will Come"Leftfield - "Rhythm and Stealth"Black Box - "Dreamland"S'Express - "Intercourse"Inner City - "Paradise"
Total cost: $10.72
― Sally Field hysterically shrieking "Gloria fucking SWANSON!!!" (Stevie D(eux)), Saturday, 12 November 2011 00:37 (3 years ago) Permalink
If I want I can go back and get New Order's "Get Ready" and "Waitinf Or The Siren's Call" and/or also Massive Attack's "100th Window". Also the first Herc & Love Affair album and Simian Mobile Disco's "Attack Decay Sustain Release" or whatever it's called
― Sally Field hysterically shrieking "Gloria fucking SWANSON!!!" (Stevie D(eux)), Saturday, 12 November 2011 00:39 (3 years ago) Permalink
END OF AN EAR, JAN 14 - $1 each except one free oneA Split Second – A Split Second (Wax Trax 1988)Boxer – Absolutely (Epic 1977)Breaking Circus – The Ice Machine (Homestead 1986)Dark Heart – Shadows Of The Night (Roadrunner 1984)Detroit – Detroit (Paramount 1972)Keith Leblanc – Stranger Than Fiction (Nettwerk 1989)Liaisons Dangereuses – Los Ninos Del Parque (Mute 12-inch 1990)Roy Loney and the Phantom Movers – Contents Under Pressure (War Bride/Solid Smoke 1981)Scorpions – Taken By Force (RCA 1978)Swa - Your Future If You Have One (SST 1985)Frank Zappa and the Mothers Of Invention – One Size Fits All (Discreet 1975)
FRIENDS OF SOUND, Jan 21 - 25 cents eachJohn Eddie – s/t (Columbia 1986)Euro-K – s/t (Profile 1990)Ferron – Testimony (Lucy 1980)Hunters & Collectors – s/t (A&M 1982)New Marines – Diving For Pearls (American 1985)Tommy Shaw – Girls With Guns (A&M 1984)Gino Vanelli – Black Cars (Dreyfus 1984)
HALF PRICE BOOKS ANDERSON MILL, today - $1 eachThe Deele – Material Thangz (Solar 1985)Runrig – The Cutter & The Clan (Chrysalis 1987)
HALF PRICE BOOKS PARMER, today, 5 @ $1 each; 3 @ 25 cents eachDvorak – Symphony No. 9 (New World), Hamburg Pro Musica Symphony Orchestra (Funk & Wagnalls Library Of Great Music, 1985)805 – Stand In Line (RCA 1982)Digney Fignus – Digney Fignus (Columbia EP 1985)The Olympics – Golden Greats (Everest ???)Ricky Van Shelton – Wild Eyed Dream (Columbia 1987)War – Deliver The Word (United Artists 1973)Betty Wright – Back At You (Epic 1983)Yates Brothers & Sisters – Electricity (MCA 1982)
BREAKAWAY, today, $1 eachDaddy Dewdrop – Meet The Beat (Inphasion 1979)Hues Corporation – Freedom For The Stallion (RCA 1973)Loose Ends – A Little Spice (MCA 1983)The Sweet – Level Headed (Capitol 1978, with a no-cover copy of their 1977 Off The Record also inside the sleeve)Judie Tzukie – Shoot The Moon (Chrysalis 1982)
RECYCLED READS today, 50 cents eachBrick – After 5 (Bang 1982)Roy Clark / Gatemouth Brown – Makin’ Music (MCA 1979)Herbie Mann – Memphis Underground (Atlantic 1969, w/ Sonny Sharrock on guitar)Gunther Schuller – Footlifters: A Century Of American Marches In Authentic Versions (Columbia 1975)
― xhuxk, Saturday, 18 February 2012 21:54 (3 years ago) Permalink
I just picked up the Rhino Brit Box for $2 bcz it was missing disc 1
― I have one thing to say: "Roxanne Shanté" (Stevie D(eux)), Saturday, 18 February 2012 22:36 (3 years ago) Permalink
very nice vinyl copy of guess who's coming home: black fighting men recorded live in vietnam (motown, '72) for a buck
and a few more for the same price, all in great shape:
sparks - angst in my pantsleo kottke - mudlarkleo kottke - leo kottke: 1971–1976sly and the family stone - there's a riot going onelton john - goodbye yellow brick roadcount carnette - count carnette plays psychic piano music from the masters (oddball private press thing)
― Little GTFO (contenderizer), Saturday, 18 February 2012 22:56 (3 years ago) Permalink
PIRAHNA’S in ROUNDROCK, Feb 25, $1 eachJay Boy Adams – Jay Boy Adams (Atlantic 1977)T Bone Burnett - Trap Door (Warner Bros EP 1982)Nils Lofgren - Night Fades Away (Backstreet 1981)Melanie – Melanie (Buddah Canada 1975)Pentagle – Basket Of Light (Reprise 1969)Roches – Another World (Warner Bros 1985)War – War (United Artists 1971)
WATERLOO, March 10, $1 eachChina Crisis – Flaunt The Imperfection (Virgin 1985)Isaac Hayes Movement – Disco Connection (ABC 1975)Garland Jeffreys – American Boy & Girl (A&M 1979)Joy Of Cooking – Joy Of Cooking (Capitol 1971)Major Lance – Now Arriving (Soul/Motown 1978)Q- Dancin’ Man (Epic/Sweet City 1977 – sealed)The Rave-Ups – Town + Country (Fun Stuff 1985)The Stairsteps – Step By Step By Step (Buddah 1970)Talk Talk – The Colour Of Spring (EMI America 1986)
― xhuxk, Sunday, 25 March 2012 04:13 (3 years ago) Permalink
SUNDANCE, SAN MARCOS, today, 50 cents each
Deborah Allen – Cheat The Night (RCA EP 1983)Bachman Turner Overdrive – Bachman Turner Overdrive (Mercury 1973)Razzy Bailey – The Midnight Hour (RCA 1984)Rosanne Cash – (Columbia 1979)Tommy Cash – Six White Horses (Epic 1970)John Conlee – Fellow Travelers (16th Avenue 1979)The Family – The Family (Warner Bros./Paisley Park 1985)Steve Harley - Hobo With A Grin (Capitol 1978)Heaven 17 – The Luxury Gap (Virgin 1983)Woody Herman and his First Herd – Vol. II: The Old Gold Radio Shows 1944 (Hindsight 1979)Honeymoon Suite – Racing After Midnight (Warner Bros. 1988)C.W. McCall – Rubber Duck (Polydor 1976)’Mel McDaniel – Let It Roll (Capitol 1984)The Pasadenas – The Pasadenas (Columbia 1989)Skyy – Skyyjammer (Salsoul 1982)Starland Vocal Band - Rear View Mirror (Windsong 1977)John Stewart - The Phoenix Concerts Live (RCA 2-LP 1974)Southern Pacific - Hillybilly Hill (Warner Bros 1986)Sweethearts Of The Rodeo – One Time One Night (Columbia 1988)Gene Watson and his Farewell Party Band – Little By Little (MCA 1984)
― xhuxk, Sunday, 25 March 2012 04:14 (3 years ago) Permalink
oops...Rosanne Cash LP is Right Or Wrong. And the Family one has the original version of "Nothing Compares 2 U."
― xhuxk, Sunday, 25 March 2012 04:19 (3 years ago) Permalink
Toronto's twice-yearly show today. I always head straight for this guy who sells everything for $2 (cheating the thread title a bit), all of it in very good shape:
Hot Rocks (original pressing, first copy I've owned in almost 40 years--best thing I got today)Tom Rush (w/"These Days")Blue Oyster Cult: SpectresAtlantic Rhythm Section: A Rock and Roll Alternative (one of Marcus's bete noires, I believe)Three Dog Night: Seven Separate Fools (mostly for the elaborate cover, which I want to show to my students)Three Dog Night: Harmony (okay, okay--I'm a fan)Partridge Family: Up to DateJazz in the Thirties (double, British EMI)Jazz in Britain: The '20sFletcher Henderson & the Dixie Stompers: 1925-26 (British)Fletcher Henderson & the Dixie Stompers: 1927-28 (British)Alix Combelle, 1937-1940 (French)
Also three from something called the "Yale Series of Recorded Poets," all sealed: Allen Tate, Conrad Aiken, Robert Penn Warren. There were others, but they were the only names I recognized.
― clemenza, Sunday, 15 April 2012 17:42 (3 years ago) Permalink
Minor correction: I have no idea how Marcus feels about the Atlanta Rhythm Section (or the "Atlantic" Rhythm Section, for that matter). It's Ace's "How Long" he's on record as hating.
― clemenza, Sunday, 15 April 2012 23:35 (3 years ago) Permalink
$1, Estate sale, a few Saturdays ago:
Arthur "Guitar Boogie" Smith with his Crackerjacks - Foolish Questions (MGM 10-inch EP, c. early '50s probably
$1 each, Breakaway Records, today:
Axe - Nemesis (Atco 1983)Bachman-Turner Overdrive - Not Fragile (Mercury 1974)Bachman-Turner Overdrive - Four Wheel Drive (Mercury 1975)Johnny Bristol - Bristol's Creme (Atlantic 1976)Fiends - Gynecölögy (PVC 1986)L.A. Jets - L.A. Jets (RCA 1976)Olive Lake - Jump Up (Gramavision 1982)Nazareth - Sound Elixer (MCA 1973)Peer Günt - Backseat (Euros Finland 1986)Quincy -Quincy (Columbia 1980)Streetwalkers - Red Card (Mercury 1976)
― xhuxk, Saturday, 28 April 2012 21:48 (3 years ago) Permalink
Uh, that'd be Oliver Lake -- not Olive.
― xhuxk, Saturday, 28 April 2012 21:50 (3 years ago) Permalink
jesus, that fiends album...so goofy.
― scott seward, Saturday, 28 April 2012 22:34 (3 years ago) Permalink
I've mentioned this flea market before on this thread, a guy who alternates (arbitrarily, I'd say) between over-charging and giving stuff away. Today he had about 20-25 sealed albums sitting on top of his 5/$10 bins. Almost all of them were MOR from the '60s. I asked him where they came from (an estate sale), and if they were also $2 each (yes). I bought 15:
The Unsinkable Molly Brown O.S.T.Robert Goulet: My Love Forgive MeAnn-Margaret: Bachelors' Paradise (serendipity squared: there's a birthday thread that just went up for her on ILX)Sergio Franchi: Our Man from Italy (never heard of him)The Jane Morgan AlbumJane Morgan in GoldEngelbert Humperdinck: EngelbertBarbara Streisand: My Name Is Barbara, Two...Marty Robbins: R.E.D.Jerry Vale: It's MagicJerry Vale: Have You Looked Into Your HeartRoger Williams Plays the HitsJohn Gary: ChoiceKate Smith: A Touch of MagicVic Dana: Red Roses for a Blue Lady
There's a temptation not to open them, but a) I open everything, and don't resell anything, and b) except for maybe the Streisand, Ann-Margaret, and Marty Robbins, they're worthless anyway. (Nine still have their original price tags--they were all bought at Simpson's for $3.33.) I left a few Goulets and Vales behind, also a Mike Douglas and Merv Griffin; I felt stupid buying so much stuff I really have no interest in. (Translation: I'll be back next week to see if they're still there.)
― clemenza, Sunday, 29 April 2012 22:41 (3 years ago) Permalink
Procured for $0.99 a pop some time ago:
― O Aquaman (Deric W. Haircare), Sunday, 29 April 2012 23:58 (3 years ago) Permalink
Those are great--I've got the first, third, and fourth, plus the New York volume. (You actually got them on vinyl?)
― clemenza, Monday, 30 April 2012 00:19 (3 years ago) Permalink
i got in-real-life rickrolled on vinyl for 25cents, but the 25cent frank yankovic record with a sticker saying "rare! $75" crossed out on the front made up for it.
― Philip Nunez, Monday, 30 April 2012 00:24 (3 years ago) Permalink
Nah, all CD, but they're well out of print and generally fetch pretty high prices (assuming the people selling them know what they're selling). And understandably. The UK comps in particular are fantastic.
― O Aquaman (Deric W. Haircare), Monday, 30 April 2012 00:25 (3 years ago) Permalink
I've been working my way through all those sealed MOR albums I listed just above, and, halfway through, I've been surprised that not one of them thus far has had an inner sleeve. Probably 99% of the '60s albums I've ever bought have been used, so by the time they reached me someone had included a sleeve. I'd never really given this any thought: when did the inner sleeve become standard practice? Late '60s?
― clemenza, Wednesday, 2 May 2012 00:56 (3 years ago) Permalink
Do you mean any sleeve, or a custom (band or just label) sleeve? I can't remember ever seeing a new LP without a sleeve unless it was a kid's record, or a very low-budget local label type thing. And my older brother was buying LPs in the mid 60s, though I didn't start until 1972.
― nickn, Wednesday, 2 May 2012 01:32 (3 years ago) Permalink
Just a plain white paper sleeve:
I thought for sure the Engelbert album would have one--it came out in '69. I haven't opened the Streisand yet. I'm wondering if they were more liable to be issued with rock LPs.
Sometimes I just have to pause and take notice of where life has brought me: pondering the history of inner record sleeves on a Tuesday night.
― clemenza, Wednesday, 2 May 2012 01:55 (3 years ago) Permalink
maybe they were record-club versions?
― los blue jeans, Wednesday, 2 May 2012 02:56 (3 years ago) Permalink
they might have been resealed by a dodgy mobbed up distributor. distros would take record store returns and reseal them and sell them back to stores as dollar bin records. you can usually tell if on the back cover there is a seam running the length of the record in the middle. they sometimes didn't bother putting sleeves on them.
― scott seward, Wednesday, 2 May 2012 03:51 (3 years ago) Permalink
i've seen sealed records from the 60's and 70's that didn't even have covers. just generic 12 inch covers and full-length major label records inside. they might get a big batch of somewhat defective records without sleeves or the covers might have been damaged in shipping and they figured, hell, maybe someone will pay 50 cents for the record anyway.
― scott seward, Wednesday, 2 May 2012 03:54 (3 years ago) Permalink
but what I wanna know is .. what's up with 'sealed inner sleeves' ?? those perforated circular plastic covers over the actual LP. was that actually a thing at some point??
― Stormy Davis, Wednesday, 2 May 2012 04:07 (3 years ago) Permalink
I've bought two in the last year ... a Dave Clark Five greatest type thing and Ricky Nelson's 'Million Sellers'. both LOOK great, so i'm inclined to believe its was a thing. and not a scam
― Stormy Davis, Wednesday, 2 May 2012 04:09 (3 years ago) Permalink
Scott: I know records get resealed, but as I mentioned earlier, most of these ones have the original price tag still affixed; also, I'd be surprised if anyone was taking the time to reseal Robert Goulet or Jerry Vale albums.
― clemenza, Wednesday, 2 May 2012 14:39 (3 years ago) Permalink