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Callender, Bobby - The Way
(Mithra SAAB 931-4 US-72 VG+ 800:-)

During the late 60's, Bobby Callender was one of the most mythical figures in popular music. Conceptually his musical universe delivers all the originality of an artistic freedom, really awakened of alternative lifestyle, cross cultures and psychedelic "civilization".

The two albums he recorded under his name ("Rainbow" in 1968, "The Way" in 1971) are currently seen as the two logical sides of a grandiloquent project including numerous musicians from the jazz and raga scenes.

Original US pressing.
Camel - Mirage
(Deram SML-1107 UK-74 VG+ 600:-)

English progressive rock group Camel formed in 1971 with an original lineup of Andrew Latimer, Peter Bardens, Doug Ferguson and Andy Ward.

Released in 1974, ‘Mirage’ saw Camel take their unique prog brilliance to a new level. The album includes two of the band’s best-known songs in “White Rider” and “Lady Fantasy” and the quality of all five tracks on the album is unquestionable.
Carmen - Dancing on a Cold Wind
(Regal Zonophone SLRZ-1040 UK-74 VG+ 300:-)

In the early 70's, Carmen broke new ground in rock music, combining the British flair for progressive rock with traditional Spanish folk themes into a very fresh, energetic and powerful new mix.

It's hard to say which of Carmen's first two albums is better - both are excellent in their own right - but "Dancing on a Cold Wind" does include "Remembrances (Recuerdos de Espana)," a 23-minute rock-opera type epic, so use that as a factor in deciding which one you want first.

Original UK Vinyl; the sleeve shows some minor wear; the vinyl is in Excellent condition!
Carmen - Fandangos in Space
(Regal Zonophone SRZA-8518 UK-73 VG+ 300:-)

In the early 70's, Carmen broke new ground in rock music, combining the British flair for progressive rock with traditional Spanish folk themes into a very fresh, energetic and powerful new mix.

"Fandangos in Space" is filled with good musical ideas, great harmony vocals (often reminding of Queen), a perfect mix of acoustic and electric guitars with occasional synthesizers and a discrete Mellotron in the background.
Clark, Sanford - Return of the Fool
(LHI Records S-12003 US-68 VG+ 300:-)

Sanford Clark found fleeting fame with his rendition of the Lee Hazlewood song "The Fool." With a vocal style that blended elements of Johnny Cash with Ricky Nelson, Clark released the song in 1956, and it eventually peaked in the Top Ten of the pop charts and in the Top 15 of the country charts -- his first and only hit.

In 1965, Clark recorded a new version of "The Fool" featuring Waylon Jennings on guitar. Lee Hazlewood signed Clark to his LHI label, where he made an album, "Return of the Fool", but it went nowhere, and by the early '70s Clark had had enough and joined the construction industry.
Clash - The Story of the Clash, vol 1
(CBS 460244-1 Hol-88 EX 275:-)

People weren't joking when they called the Clash "the only band that matters." At the end of a decade when most rock music was being made by increasingly self-possessed millionaires, the Clash were a revelation. They played like the Who on speed and howled about - well, it was hard to make out just what Joe Strummer was singing on those first few records, but you could tell he was pissed.

As spontaneous as they seemed, the band's three-chord anthems were marvels of songcraft; lead guitarist Mick Jones' pop smarts gave Strummer's righteous anger plenty of hooks to hang on, while Strummer's rage lent heft to even their catchiest songs.
Cooley, Hood & Isbell – Live at the Shoals Theatre
(Southeastern SER99931 US-21 EX 400:-)

Three of a Americana's great songwriters, sit around with acoustic guitars reminiscent of CSN but with a much stronger back catalogue culled from their formative years with The Drive By Truckers and solo.

Recorded live at the Shoals Theatre in Florence, AL on 6/15/14. High quality cardboard box with 4 LP's. LP's 1 and 3 are Coke Bottle Clear, LP's 2 and 4 are Transparent Pink, in black rice-paper lined sleeves.
Costello, Elvis - Goodbye Cruel World
(F-Beat ZL-70317 Hol-84 VG+ 225:-)

If there was ever an album showing an artist in transition then this is it. Elvis was continuing his move from popular music star to deep thinking artist, but here he had a crisis of confidence writ large which was not surprising given his personal issues at that time, including a divorce.

Dutch pressing; this copy has been signed by Elvis on the front.
Cure - Mixed Up
(Fiction 847099-1 Hol-90 EX 375:-)

Going on almost 25 years together and almost as many lineup changes, the Cure have gone from being the closet secret of the goth crowd to popular acceptance to sold-out stadium tours with nary a break in quality.

"Mixed Up" contains remixes of some of their hits, reflecting the popularity of remixing of existing songs and dance culture of the late 1980s and early 1990s.
Cure - Standing on a Beach: Singles
(Fiction FIXH-12 UKr-86 EX 500:-)

Going on almost 25 years together and almost as many lineup changes, the Cure have gone from being the closet secret of the goth crowd to popular acceptance to sold-out stadium tours with nary a break in quality.

"Standing on a Beach" has a tracklisting that spans the band’s career from 1978 to 1985, taking its title from the band’s first single “Killing An Arab”.
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