This is a fine pair of baby lamb store displays made by Gardner circa 1942. Each lamb is in ‘great condition’ and stands about a foot and a half tall. $289 for the pair.
Top Left: Dynamic Bobby Bland’s, Here’s The Man!!! Produced in 1962, this was the first Duke album issued in stereo format. This is a 1988 repress. Its not the prettiest, but it plays fine! This album is not available on cd and has not been repressed or released since 88.
Bottom Left: An RCA Legendary Performer Collection, this is a great Woody Guthrie compilation, documenting his finest “Dust Bowl Ballads”. Released in 77, this issue is in great shape with slight discoloration on the cover, but still includes original booklet insert filled with great photos.
Top Right: Arkansas Trap, one of George “Harmonica” Smith’s few solo releases, shows his strong admiration for the style of Little Walter. Known mostly for his collaborative work with many of the greats like Muddy Waters, his solo work is also a great, rare find. Released in 1971 on Dream (London Records), this is a promo copy in good condition.
Bottom Right: Robert Johnson, King of the Delta Blues, was not recognized as such until this 1961 re release on Columbia, allowing his music (recorded in 1936-37) to reach a wider audience for the first time. Now recognized as a master of blues, Johnson died at 27 before his time. This copy in good condition, a must have for any serious blues collector.
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Cloud 8 has been making a big push to broaden the country music LP selection in the store. Here are a few from Country music legend, George Jones. “No Show” Jones was widely known and often celebrated for his hard-drinkin’, fast-livin’, unreliable reputation which preceded him in the 60’s and 70’s. With over a 150 hit songs under his belt and buckle, he became an avid, and public complainant of pop influenced, modern country music in his later years. The 90’s saw Jones and many of his colleagues removed from radio air play for new, weekly, pop hits. He continued to perform and record right up until the end of his life however, to an ever growing and dedicated fan base. On April 26, 2013, after being hospitalized for fever and irregular blood pressure, Jones died in Nashville, Tennessee. He was 81 years old.
Assembled Edwardian and Victorian Lace necklace. $148
Once again, we owe thanks to Monk Records. This Italian label has been spitting out represses of some of the best early American Blues artists for years, including Blind Blake. This sealed copy includes 18 phenomenal tracks, an absolute gem.
Recorded originally for release on Warner Bro. Records, these early 1940’s recordings have been released on Moses Asch Folkways Records. There are 10 tracks in total, all songs written by Woody Guthrie. Both the record and cover are in excellent condition. Recorded during the late 50’s as the American Folk music revival was just getting underway, Odetta and The Blues was released in 1962. All of the songs are classic, including covers of Bessie Smith’s “Weeping Willow” and “Nobody Knows You”. The cover has slight ware on the front, with all corners and edges in good shape. The record is in great condition.
Inspired by a stint in a New York Sanitarium, From The Inside, Alice Cooper’s 11th studio album release came out in 1978 on Warner Bros. According to Cooper, the songs were all based on characters he met during his stay. These characters were later used to form the story line for the Marvel Premier #50 comic book, featuring Alice Cooper. This promo copy is in excellent condition and the cover is in good shape as well. Priced to sell.
“Singing together in a recording miracle”, this MGM release in 1965, produced by Jim Vienneau, features Hank Jr singing along with his father’s recordings with perfect timing and cadence, backed by the Jordanaires. A gem for lovers of the Williams family tradition. Cover and vinyl are in great shape. $14…get it outa here!