Just a great ‘beat to shit’ mail bag dated 1966 on the inside. This bag is still soft and has a great aged patina look to the leather. A truly terrific find. $125.
Monthly Archives: February 2013
Easy Biting Stardust
Released in 71 on Mercury Records, this promo copy is a rare gem with production assistance from both Rod Stewart and Elton John.
Thank you Monk for once again re-releasing one of the best blues recording artists in 12″ format. When 75% of the song titles have the word Blues in them, you know you are doing right!
This orange label, first edition has just been marked down! Come get it before someone else does! It is in nothing less than mint condition!
Something I’m Real Proud Of!
The Art of Sand
This is a stunning Egyptian revival set from the 1930’s. It is amazing to me that it is still together after all these years. The scarabs are a beautiful blue milky glass (with no chips) and the metal is a type of silver chrome. The bracelet can be easily converted into a necklace. The ring is adjustable. The set itself is of quality and is quite lovely in person. $175.
Butthole Hooker Motels
Recorded live at the Meridean in San Antonio, TX in 1984. Includes “Wichita Cathedral” and “Cowboy Bob”. Released on Alternative Tentacle Records with a special thanks noted to River City Music of San Antonio.
“All Rights Up Your Butt”
A great compilation of works by the late, great, John Lee Hooker. Side A consists of recordings from Detroit via 1949-1950, side B via 1954 (5 songs per side). “Let Your Daddy Ride” and “Good Rockin’ Mama” make this European import a must have. Printed in 2010 on Doxy.
The inner sleeve says it best….
“…..Some of this music is in the movie. Some of this music is not in the movie…Some of the music that’s in the movie is not in the album. Some of the music that was written for the movie is not in the movie or the album. ….Some of the situations described in the song texts are real. Some of them are not so real….”
Composed and orchestrated by Frank Zappa. Performed with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.