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Accept - Restless and Wild
(Heavy Metal HMIPD-6 UK-83 VG+ 275:-)

Accept is a German heavy metal band from Solingen, originally assembled in the early 1970s by vocalist Udo Dirkschneider.

"Restless and Wild" may just be the perfect Accept album. Everything that made this band great is captured here – from the ridiculously heavy, headbanging rhythms to the high speed twin lead guitar assault to the sense of power and of course Dirkshneider’s instantly recognizable vocals.

UK Picture Disc in a PVC sleeve.
Armored Saint - Delirious Nomad
(Chrysalis ‎BFV-41516 US-85 VG+ 400:-)

After launching their career with a promising album callad "March of the Saint", Armored Saint put another heavy brick on their album catalogue.

This effort was called "Delirious Nomad" and includes some good melodies, thrashy riffs and effective vocals, in raw old school style.
Artwoods - Art Gallery
(Hifly Sound Anstalt HIFLY8019 Lch-15 EX 275:-)

English R&B band formed in London 1963 and active between 1964 and 1967.

Despite being a popular live band on the club circuit, the Artwoods were unsuccessful commercially and released only one charting single. Singer and frontman Art Wood, for whom the band was named, was the older brother of guitarist Ronnie Wood. Deep Purple keyboardist Jon Lord was also a member until the group disbanded.

Re-issue on RED VINYL.
Auger & Julie Driscoll, Brian - Open
(Marmalade 607 002 UK-67 VG+ 500:-)

Great stuff – one of the amazing early albums from the team of Julie Driscoll and Brian Auger – kind of a next-generation to the Brit beat group sound of the mid 60s – one that moves beyond simple R&B modes, to bring in more sophisticated soul and jazz touches! Driscoll's vocals are amazing – some of the boldest belted out in the British scene at the time – and Auger's Hammond work really cooks throughout – at a level that easily makes him one of the best UK organists to hit the scene, amidst some very heady company in the 60s.

Original UK pressing; both sleeve and vinyl are granded Very Good+.
Auger & Julie Driscoll, Brian - Streetnoise, pt 1
(Marmalade 608.014 UK-69 VG+ 300:-)

The final collaboration between Julie Driscoll and Brian Auger's Trinity was 1969's "Streetnoise" -- and as a parting of the ways, it was Trinity's finest moment.

Originally a double album, this is was also issued as two separate volumes - this is Volume One.

Original UK pressing; both sleeve and vinyl are graded VG+
Ayers, Kevin - Shooting at the Moon
(Harvest SHSP-4005 UK-70 VG 800:-)

Kevin Ayers was one of rock's oddest and more likable enigmas, even if he often seemed not to operate at his highest potential. Perhaps that's because he never seemed to have taken his music too seriously -- one of his essential charms and most aggravating limitations.

"Shooting at the Moon" will remain a Psychedelic, Progressive, Experimental, Avant Garde and Canterbury staple. This album really paved the way for the Canterbury scene genre.

Original UK pressing. This copy is graded VG overall - a copy for playing, not collecting.
Ayers, Kevin - The Confessions of Dr. Dream
(Island ILPS-9263 UK-74 VG+ 275:-)

Kevin Ayers was one of rock's oddest and more likable enigmas, even if he often seemed not to operate at his highest potential. Perhaps that's because he never seemed to have taken his music too seriously -- one of his essential charms and most aggravating limitations.

Kevin Ayers' fifth album is typical of his work. He sings in his distinctive deep voice with his cultured English accent, in songs set in a variety of pop styles, from hard rock to a kind of music hall approach.
Ayers, Kevin - Yes, we have Mañanas no
'(Harvest SHSP-4057 UK-76 EX 275:-)

Kevin Ayers was one of rock's oddest and more likable enigmas, even if he often seemed not to operate at his highest potential. Perhaps that's because he never seemed to have taken his music too seriously -- one of his essential charms and most aggravating limitations.

Although the slick, nearly AOR-style production threatens to swamp the music on this album, the solid songwriting wins out in the end. Ayers has written several songs about achieving stardom; the pithy "Star" is a highlight. A cover of Marlene Dietrich's "Falling in Love with You" is this album's near-hit.

Original UK pressing complete with thick card lyric inner and textured picture sleeve.
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