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Farlowe, Chris - 14 Things to Think about
(Immediate IMLP-005 UK-66 VG+ 300:-)

Chris Farlowe's debut LP for Immediate Records actually offers one a lot to think about and even more to enjoy, while pondering how this white Englishman could pour forth such convincing gutbucket soul. One of the finest soul albums to come out of England (or anywhere else) that year.

Original UK Vinyl; the sleeve has a previous owners name in ballpoint on the back; the vinyl is graded Very Good+.
Freedom - Through the Years
(Vertigo 6360.049 UK-71 VG 1000:-)

Freedom was formed in the summer of 1967 after Bobby Harrison had left Procul Harum because of "internal Differences". This is their fourth album, originally released for the collectable Vertigo label in 1971. Powerful hard-rock, bluesy sound with loud wah wah, distorted guitars, long tracks, and wasted vocals.

Original ÙK pressing. The sleeve has some light wear with some edge scuffing which was unavoidable due to its plain matt finish; the vinyl has an ugly mark on the last track, which plays with a clicking...
Fugs - Rounders Score
(ESP Disk' ESP-2018 US-75 EX 350:-)

"Fugs 4, Rounders Score" is a compilation album of material by the Fugs and the Holy Modal Rounders, including seven previously unreleased performances from the Fugs' first recording session (April 1965), when the Rounders (Peter Stampfel and Steve Weber) were members of the Fugs' band.

The title is both a reference to Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg Address ("Four score and seven years ago...), and the fact that this is the fourth album of Fugs material released on ESP, as well as a pun on "score" as drug slang. Although all recordings were made under the umbrella of the Fugs, the 6 lead vocals by Stampfel and Weber on Side A allow the album to function as a Rounders compilation as well. There is a notable and unusual lack of lead vocalizing by Ed Sanders, the most prominent vocalist on all other Fugs albums.
Fuller, Bobby - I Fought the Law
(Mustang M-901 US-66 VG+ 250:-)

With his blatant reverence for Buddy Holly, fellow Texan Bobby Fuller was a bit of an anomaly in the mid-60s. With his Stratocaster guitar and brash, full sound, at his best Fuller sounded like Holly might have had he survived into his plane crash. Cracking the Top 10 in 1966 with "I Fought the Law", Fuller had just become a star when he died in mysterious circumstances in a parked car in Hollywood (the police thought it was a suicide, just about everyone who knew him disagreed).

Original US MONO pressing.
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