A GREAT small painting of a flapper girl from the 1920’s. $52
Monthly Archives: November 2012
Cocks and Such…..
Zeppelin, Pass the Bitches Brew
Miles Davis’ first Gold Record, Bitches Brew. This is an original Columbia Label, double album, with slight wear on the cover (but both records in great shape). A trend breaking record for Davis and Jazz alike, “Miles Runs the Voodoo Down” sums up Davis’ transition with this album from a chill Jazz musician, to an aggressive, and often explosive improviser. $44
All Things Must Pass, Harrison’s first release after the Beatles, is also the first solo artist, triple release vinyl. Featuring two formal LP’s and a third loaded with informal jams titled Apple Jam, Harrison once stated: “I didn’t have many tunes on Beatles records, so doing an album like All Things Must Pass was like going to the bathroom and letting it out.” This is a very rare Promo Copy, with promo holes still in the Poster and sleeves, mint condition all the way around. $99
Everybody wants Zeppelin lately, so here you go! Physical Graffiti, a rare German copy with slight wear on Disc 2, but guaranteed to play, $48. Zeppelin III, a white label,.Promo release with some cover wear, a rare find at $77. Zeppelin IV, a First Edition (broadway address on label) with song sticker on the cover, on sale from $70 to $55!!
Victorian Hair Art
Serious Sounds from Cloud Eight
There is a treat in store for all of our vinyl collectors! Bucks came in last week and stocked over 300 new titles just in time for the Holidays!
Some of our personal favorites..
Blue Oyster Cult, Agents of Fortune $14
Dio, Dream Evil $14
Magonany Rush, Child of the Novelty $22 (early Frank Marino)
And for our Honky Tonk lovers…
Jerry Jeff Walker, Viva Terlingua! $14
David Allen Coe, Once upon a Rhyme $22
Dolly Parton, Linda Ronstadt, and Emmylou Harris, Trio $10
And for our Serious Collectors, a treat for you!
This Eskimo LP, released in 79 by The Residents is a super rare, white vinyl, and one of the best albums ever released by the band. Full of great sound effects made by homemade instruments it tells a fairy tale story of the arctic, in creepy persuasion. At $99 its a steal!