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Velvet Underground - Velvet Underground & Nico
(Polydor B0016946-02 EU/US-12 2000:-)

"The Velvet Underground and Nico" was one of the two most important albums of 1967, arguably the most important year for the LP in Rock history.

This 6-CD Box Set contains both its original stereo and mono mixes expanded with bonus mixes, several of which appeared on singles. There’s a disc of even more alternate mixes, a few alternate takes, and some rehearsals. There’s Nico’s debut album "Chelsea Girl", on which Lou Reed and John Cale provided much material and musical accompaniment. Rarest of all are the two discs capturing a set at Ohio’s Valleydale Ballroom recorded in November 1966.
Vinton, Bobby - Mr Lonely
(Epic EICP-967 Japan 2008 175:-)

While it's best known for its chart-topping title ballad, Mr. Lonely remains one of Bobby Vinton's most consistent and engaging albums, a product of the Brill Building pop formula at its most irresistible. Given the songwriting and arranging talent on display here — Burt Bacharach, Garry Sherman, Charlie Calello, Robert Mersey, Bill Walker and Stan Applebaum all make significant contributions — it's easy to joke that Vinton's presence is almost superfluous. But for all the Polish Prince excess and schmaltz of his later years, in his prime Vinton was a superior pop singer, investing material like "A Thing Called Sadness," "Satin," and "Someone I Used to Know" with poignancy and sensitivity.

Vinyl Replica Paper Sleeve.
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