Elusive Disc Mailout 21 March 2008

 

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Twenty years ago, Cisco Music started importing audiophile reissues from King and Three Blind Mice. In 1992 they began making their own records. Cisco's hands-on work ethic and deliberate attention to detail with artwork, mastering and production is evident in the sound quality and craftsmanship of each title that they have released. Cisco Music has come to be known as the source for the finest quality records in the world.

Due to a recent and severe downturn in the Japanese music industry, Cisco International Corp. has been forced to downsize their operations to remain profitable. As soon as production on Famous Blue Raincoat 45-rpm and Gold CD is complete Cisco Music will be no more. We are in the process of purchasing as much of Cisco's remaining inventory as possible in an effort to delay the eventual demise of their fine catalog of music.

"Cisco's presence will be greatly missed in our industry! We wish the best for all the Cisco staff affected by these unfortunate circumstances." – Robert Bantz / President Elusive Disc, Inc.

Get your favorite Cisco album before they are gone forever!

Steely Dan / Aja
Cisco Numbered, Ltd. Ed. 180g LP $32.99
All-Analog Remastering by Kevin Gray at AcousTech Mastering! Authorized by Walter Becker, Donald Fagen and Grammy Award Winning Engineer Elliot Scheiner! Widely considered their finest album, the sixth album from Walter Becker and Donald Fagen was one of their best! 30th Anniversary Edition!
Heifetz / Brahms Concerto For Violin & Cello
Cisco RCA Numbered, Ltd. Ed. 180g LP $29.99
Brahms' Double Concerto is performed by violinist Jascha Heifetz, cellist Gregor Piatigorsky and Alfred Wallenstein conducting the Orchestra.
The Guess Who / American Woman
Cisco Numbered, Ltd. Ed. 180g LP $29.99
The certified Gold Record contains three Top 40 singles (�No Time�, �No Sugar Tonight� and the ubiquitous title track). 180-gram LP pressed by Record Technology featuring all-analog mastering directly from the original, first-generation 1/4� master tapes!
Linda Ronstadt / Heart Like A Wheel
Cisco Numbered, Ltd. Ed. 180g LP $29.99
Available for the first time in 180-gram all-analog mastered LP, "Heart Like A Wheel" includes Rondstadt's Top 5 smash hits including You're No Good and When Will I Be Loved.
Jennifer Warnes / Famous Blue Raincoat
Cisco Numbered, Ltd. Ed. 180g 45rpm 3LP Box $79.99
All-Analog Remastering by Bernie Grundman and authorized by Jennifer Warnes herself! No true audiophile's collection is complete without this album! Cisco Music proudly presents Jennifer Warnes' Famous Blue Raincoat pressed on 45rpm 180 gram vinyl for the best sound possible! PRE-ORDER!

*Special Note: This is the last album that Cisco Music will produce and will be available in late April or early May 2008.

Yamamoto Trio / Midnight Sugar
Three Blind Mice 180g LP $29.99
One of the all time great Jazz Audiophile recordings of all time! This Piano Trio will mesmerize you with this great collection of standards, superb musicianship and awesome sonics. You are sure to listen to this one over and over.
Yamamoto Trio / Misty
Three Blind Mice 180g LP $29.99
Late night piano trio music at its finest! This album is a stoned cold killer. A1 reference material. You've got to have this one!
Yamamoto Trio / Girl Talk
Three Blind Mice 180g 45rpm 2LP $49.99
Completing a �trilogy� of great records that started with Midnight Sugar and Misty, Girl Talk solidified Tsuyoshi Yamamoto�s reputation as Japan�s premier jazz pianist.
Mari Nakamoto / Mari
Three Blind Mice 180g 45rpm 2LP $49.99
In a career that has spanned more than 25 years, Mari Nakamoto created the most �authentic� jazz singing of any of her Japanese contemporaries. Mastered by Tohru Kotetsu at JVC Disc Mastering in Tokyo, MARI offers a warm, vibrant listening experience and the finest vocal albums in TBM�s rich catalog.


Lara St. James / Gypsy
Cisco Hybrid Stereo SACD $24.99
Famed violinist Lara St. John understands and envelops the fiery passion and wistful lyricism of gypsy music. She interprets Franz Waxman's "Carmen Fantasie", Kreisler's "La Gitana", Ravel's "Tzigane", along with three actual Gypsy pieces with spirit and great affection.
Ayako Hosokawa / Little Things Mean A Lot
Cisco Hybrid Stereo SACD $24.99
Japanese jazz singer, Ayako Hosakawa, sings some of the more memorable jazz standards of our time.

Gary Karr / Adagio D'Albinoni
Cisco Gold CD $24.99
Gary Karr, double bass virtuoso, is joined by Harmon Lewis on pipe-organ for an unforgettable recording that is considered one of the top-ten audiophile releases of all time.
Stradivarius On Gold
Cisco Gold CD $24.99
Featuring Yoko Fujita on violin and Keiko Ogura on piano, this disc is the finest violin & piano duo we have ever heard! You will be swept away by the beautiful sonic bliss found on this disc.

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Shelby Lynne / Just A Little Lovin'
Universal Lost Highway 180g LP $12.99
Just a Little Lovin' is the first album by Shelby Lynne following her release from Capitol Records and her first with Lost Highway. Shelby covers Dusty Springfield songs on a simple, no-frills recording with her smooth, sultry voice. The album is rounded out by a solitary Lynne original, "Pretend." It was recorded straight to analog tape at Los Angeles' Capitol Studio A. Simply beautiful!

"Everyone with a turntable should own this album!
At $12.99 is almost like stealing!"
– Bob Bantz / President Elusive Disc, Inc.

NEWLY REPRESSED! Sounds fabulous, highly recommended!


"The more you listen to Just a Little Lovin', the more it becomes clear that, while it's not a pairing that might have immediately sprung to mind…Lynne and Springfield aren't all that far apart in tone, delivery, and emotional wallop. While Dusty could ornament a musical line and accent lyrics in indelible ways that escape Lynne, the younger rebel does a creditable job of catching just enough of Dusty's mojo to show that she understands what made the originals so powerful."Robert Baird, Stereophile Magazine, March 2008, 4 Stars for Performance and Sonics!

"(Lynne) wields her flexible cords like a bullwhip and a balm, searing and soothing in the same phrase. She doesn't just take on Springfield classics like 'Breakfast in Bed' or 'The Look of Love.' Lynne goes one better, making the songs her own with clever phrasing and steamy tempos… Lovin' captures that vintage, elegant mood. Sonics are warm, wide, and rich in detail and transparency." Neil Gader, The Absolute Sound, March 2008, Issue 180, Rating 4 out of 5 for music, 4 1/2 out of 5 for sonics!

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Drive By Truckers 180g 9LP Combo Set

New West 180g 9LP Combo (5 Albums) $99.99
Equal parts back porch historians, runaway drunken firecrackers, and poets of the hard life and how to live it; the Drive-By Truckers came on the scene and set the bar higher for what you can do with the music we love.

Special Combo Price! Buy all 5 titles for only $99.99!
Regularly $120! You Save $20!

This five album set includes A Blessing and a Curse along with their four double LP releases, Pizza Deliverance, Decoration Day, The Dirty South and Gangstabilly.


The characters in their songs have left gals at the altar, wrecked their cars, woken up on the cold floor and even killed themselves a number of times over the years, breathing some new intelligent life, not just into rock music but, into rockers everywhere. Many a critic have placed upon them the treacherous mantle of being The Best Rock Band In The World, and they wear this title like the blessing and the curse it is.

This 9LP Combo Set includes:

A Blessing & A Curse 180g LP $19.99
Decoration Day 180g 2LP $24.99
Gangstabilly 180g 2LP $24.99
Pizza Deliverance 180g 2LP $24.99
The Dirty South 180g 2LP $24.99


Also Available from the Drive-By Truckers:
Southern Rock Opera 2LP $18.99

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Dexter Gordon / Dexter Calling
AP Blue Note Numbered, Ltd. Ed. 180g 45rpm 2LP $49.99
Dexter Gordon connects immediately with the sublime rhythm section of Kenny Drew, Paul Chambers and Philly Joe Jones on this, his second Blue Note album.

Incredible Jazz Records + the original analog master tapes + cut at 45 RPM + mastered by Kevin Gray and Steve Hoffman at AcousTech…

Jackie McLean / Capuchin Swing
AP Blue Note Numbered, Ltd. Ed. 180g 45rpm 2LP $49.99
This is pure, exceptional, hard bop by Jackie McLean with Blue Mitchell, Walter Bishop, Jr., Paul Chambers and Art Taylor with all the wonderful elements of any classic Blue Note album: memorable compositions, strong solos and great feeling.

Pressed on two 180-gram virgin vinyl LPs by RTI = THE ULTIMATE LP REISSUE!


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AKG Hearo 999 Wireless Headphones $299.99!
Several sets of Hearo 999 headphones can be operated simultaneously from a single Audiosphere II transmitter! The Hearo 999 Headphones offer the same performance as high-end hardwired headphones!

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Music Matters Blue Note Numbered Subscription of 60 180g 45rpm Titles

We were recently able to get a higher numbered sequence of Music Matters Blue Note 180g 45rpm 2LP Sets ranging from: 561-610! There are only 50 of these subscriptions available so reserve your copies today by becoming a subscriber! These great jazz titles will be released two per month.

*Unfortunately this subscription does not include the first four titles, 4029 Art Blakey / Big Beat, 4043 Horace Parlan / Speaking My Piece, 4012 Lou Donaldson / LD+3 & 4059 Kenny Drew / Undercurrent. The first 1000 copies of these four titles sold out in a matter of weeks. These first four titles will be available again sometime in the near future, but they will not be numbered.

These first four titles will be available again sometime in the near future, but they will not be numbered.
You can order and reserve copies of these titles by following these links:
Art Blakey / Big Beat
Horace Parlan / Speakin' My Piece
Lou Donaldson / LD+3
Kenny Drew / Undercurrent


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Due to the dropping value of the US dollar STAX has increased prices to all of their dealers on all products effective immediately. Elusive Disc will however wait until April 1, 2008 to raise the new retail prices! This is just our way of giving you, our valued customers, one last chance to get STAX at the older price! On April 1, 2008, all STAX product will be increasing. Don't Delay, now is a great time to get high-quality Headphones and Headphone Amps at great prices!
STAX SR-007 Omega II Mk2 Headphone / SRM-007 II Amp Combo (Silver Faceplate)
The STAX SR-007 Omega II Mk2 Open-Back Headphones and SRM-007T II Amp Combo provides deep powerful sound, significantly improved dynamics and transparency!

Special Price of Only $3894.99!
Don't Delay… Price will go up to $4220.00 on 4/1/08! You SAVE $325!

Also Available with Black Faceplate, Click Here to find out more!

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Below you will find the newest releases this week at Elusive Disc, Inc. To order a new release or get more information on it, simply click on the item or picture below.

 SACD release: Alba, Audite, Mobile Fidelity Labels

Pixies / Doolittle
MFSL SACD $24.99
First Pixies album to break into the Billboards Top 100.
  Bach / Jan Lehtola Plays Transcriptions
Alba M-Ch SACD $17.99
Organist Jan Lehtola performs Bach compositions.
Rathgeber / Messe von Muri
Audite M-Ch SACD $19.99
Johannes Strobl conducts the Cappella Murensis & Ensemble Arcimboldo.
     

 LP releases: New West Label – Back In Stock!

Drive-By Truckers / Gangstabilly
New West 180g LP $24.99
Gangstabilly keeps its charm by keeping it simple.
  Drive-By Truckers / Pizza Deliverance
New West 180g LP $24.99
Attentive to the South without being condescending.
Drive-By Truckers / Decoration Day
New West 180g LP $24.99
Decoration Day is every bit as ambitious a work as Southern Rock Opera.
  Drive-By Truckers / Dirty South
New West 180g LP $24.99
A set of vividly rendered portraits of life along the margins of respectability in the South.
Drive-By Truckers / A Blessing & A Curse
New West 180g LP $19.99
A collection of individual pieces rather than a coherent and organic whole.
     

 LP releases: Analogue Productions, Diverse, Fone, Pure Pleasure, Speaker's Corner, Labels

Jackie McLean / Capuchin Swing
AP Blue Note 180g 45rpm 2LP $49.99
This is pure, exceptional, hard bop by Jackie McLean.
  Dexter Gordon / Dexter Calling
AP Blue Note 180g 45rpm 2LP $49.99
Dexter Gordon connects immediately with his sublime rhythm section.
Rossini / Ouverture il Barbier di Siviglia
Fone 180g 45rpm LP $39.99
Cellist Myung-Whun Chung performing works of Rossini!
  Janos Starker / Schumann & Lalo
Speaker's Corner/MLP 180g LP $34.99
Skrowaczewski conducts the London Symphony.
Stan Getz / Captain Marvel
Pure Pleasure 180g LP $34.99
Impressive recording by Stan Getz contains tunes such as "Lush Life".
  Harry Sweets Edison & Earl Hines / Earl Meets Harry
Pure Pleasure 180g LP $34.99
The Pianist and trumpeter perform seven jazz tunes.
Illinois Jacquet / God Bless My Solo
Pure Pleasure 180g LP $34.99
The solo referred to in the title, God Bless My Solo, is that in "Flying Home".
  Dexter Gordon / Manhattan Symphonie
Pure Pleasure 180g 2LP $44.99
This double LP collection includes versions of "As Time Goes By" and "Body and Soul".
Richard Thompson / Sweet Warrior
Diverse 180g 2LP $39.99
Literate rocker Richard Thompson�s new album, Sweet Warrior, is a return to his classic electric sound.
     
 

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Below you will find the newest pre-order releases this week at Elusive Disc, Inc. To pre-order a new release or get more information on it, simply click on the item or picture below.
 SACD pre-orders: RCA Red Seal, Telarc Labels
Schumann / Das Paradies und die Peri
RCA Red Seal M-Ch 2SACD $24.99
Nikolaus Harnoncourt conducts the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra.
  Erich Kunzel / Bolero
Telarc M-Ch SACD $19.99
Erich Kunzel conducts the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra.
 LP pre-orders: Classic, Sony Labels
Steve Winwood / Nine Lives
Sony 2LP $23.99
Expands on the many phases of Steve Winwood's lustrous career.
  Newton Faulkner/ Hand Built by Robots
Sony LP $19.99
Acoustic music with distinctive tap-pick-and-strum guitar playing.
Khachaturian & Kabalevsky / Masquerade & Comedians
Classic / RCA 200g LP $29.99
Kondrashin conducts the RCA Victor Symphony Orchestra
  Gary Karr / Double Bass
Classic 200g LP $29.99
Karr performs classical numbers by Ravel, Koussevitzky and more!
 

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Soundstage Direct Mailout 17 March 2008

 

Metallica 

Kill 'Em All 45 RPM (180 Gram LP)

Half Speed Mastered from the original analog tapes at Mobile Fidelity Sound Labs for the ultimate listening experience… Audiophile Quality

 

Metallica 

Ride the Lightning 45 RPM (180 Gram LP)

Half Speed Mastered from the original analog tapes at Mobile Fidelity Sound Labs for the ultimate listening experience… Audiophile Quality

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Available for Pre-Order Now
Release Date: April 8th

Nine Inch Nails presents Ghosts I – IV, a brand new 36 track instrumental collection available April 8th on Vinyl LP. Almost two hours of new music composed and recorded over an intense ten week period last fall, Ghosts I – IV sprawls Nine Inch Nails across a variety of new terrain. Trent Reznor explains, "I've been considering and wanting to make this kind of record for years, but by its very nature it wouldn't have made sense until this point. This collection of music is the result of working from a very visual perspective – dressing imagined locations and scenarios with sound and texture; a soundtrack for daydreams. I'm very pleased with the result and the ability to present it directly to you without interference. I hope you enjoy the first four volumes of Ghosts." 




On Sale $39.99
Letting their firmly-planted roots grow wildly deeper down into the firmament of rock and pop, Wilco had such a buzz surrounding YHF that it went from being the stuff of rock legend to part of the rock cannon almost immediately upon its Spring 2002 initial release. Now, the racket will be raised another few notches with the debut of this exquisite album on double-LP, High-Definition vinyl, pressed in a very limited edition.
  

 

  

180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP
German Import
Miles Davis's famous mid-1960s quintet, featuring saxophonist Wayne Shorter and pianist Herbie Hancock, was intact until just a few weeks before his new, electric ensemble recorded In a Silent Way. Legendary as a kind of line in the sand challenging jazz fans during the ascendance of electric, psychedelic rock, In a Silent Way hinted at the repetitive polyrhythms Davis would employ throughout the early 1970s. It also partook generously of electric piano and bass and rekindled the tonal palette that Davis had explored famously with Kind of Blue. But In a Silent Way remains a clearly electric jazz record, part ambient color exploration, part rock-inflected energy and vibe, and part outright maverick creativity. Davis takes many long, breathy solos, and they glisten in a burnished blue against his new group's strange admixture of musical moods. In a Silent Way is a one of kind record that mixed the late-'60s pop and underground movement into the jazz realm. On this record Miles began to hook into the late '60s sounds that flowed from the bands in San Francisco. They would never make a record like it again, an absolutely timeless work that proves that Miles Davis and crew were some of the most innovative thinkers in modern music.



180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP
German Import 

Keyboardist Herbie Hancock's remarkable career took a surprising turn with this funk album–one of the first jazz albums to be certified gold. Hancock's already-storied career had included an extended tenure with Miles Davis as a member of both the classic quintet of the '60s and the trumpeter's groundbreaking electric dates. As a leader, the pianist had followed a similar course, cutting both outstanding acoustic dates (Maiden Voyage, Empyrean Isles) and experimental electric sessions (Sextant, Crossings). Head Hunters, however, was something different: a stripped-down date featuring reedman Bennie Maupin as the only horn player, and a funk-oriented rhythm section made up of Paul Jackson, Harvey Mason, and Bill Summers. Hancock traded in his sophisticated piano performances and complex compositions for simple melodies, slow-burn funk grooves, and light electric keyboard splashes. The results, particularly on the tracks "Chameleon" and "Watermelon Man," had a profound impact on other musicians. The album has stood the test of time–something neither the wealth of Hancock's imitators nor his own subsequent albums in this vein have been able to do.

 


180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP
German Import 
As you play through this LP it's clear that Cash was not only a gifted singer, songwriter and performer, but a talented showman, skillfully weaving himself into the exchanges with his troupe. Though he's clearly the focal point, he gives his fellow performers plenty of limelight. He sings seven songs on his own, a pair of duets with June, and then trades solo spots with the Carters, Perkins and the Statlers. Cash joins the Carters for June's "Ring of Fire," and brings the Statlers and Perkins up for a trio of songs. The show closes with a rousing medley of "Folsom Prison Blues" "I Walk the Line" "Ring of Fire" and "The Rebel – Johnny Yuma."


Here is The Smashing Pumpkins' full-length debut album from 1991. The Pumpkins' sound here displays what we would come to expect from the gang: heavy, searing, multi-tracked guitars, melancholic, dreamy soundscapes and lyrics, contrasts from heavy sounds to soft sounds. However, these are the beginning stages of what would fully blossom on later efforts like 1993's Siamese Dream, and 1995's Mellon Collie And The Infinite Sadness. While the heavy tracks feature the ethereal wall-of-sound that the Pumpkins are known for, this heaviness is not as full, lush, and oceanic as it would become on aforementioned following discs, but you can hear where the band was headed.


180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP
German Import 

Boasting the first jazz instrumental to sell a million copies, the Paul Desmond-penned "Take Five," Time Out captures the celebrated jazz quartet at the height of both its popularity and its powers. Recorded in 1959, the album combines superb performances by pianist Dave Brubeck, alto saxophonist Paul Desmond, drummer Joe Morrello and bassist Gene Wright. Along with "Take Five," the album features another one of the group's signature compositions, "Blue Rondo a la Turk." Though influenced by the West Coast-cool school, Brubeck's greatest interest and contribution to jazz was the use of irregular meters in composition, which he did with great flair. Much of the band's appeal is due to Desmond, whose airy tone and fluid attack often carried the band's already strong performances to another level. Together, he and Brubeck proved one of the most potent pairings of the era.


180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP
German Import 

This could be one of the best LP's of the last decade. The songs are just beautiful and rich. Each track has lush textural arrangements and wonderful melodies. It can rock at times, ("Eternal Life, Grace") but its the slower more personal numbers that pull the listener in. Songs like "Lover, You Should of Come Over" paint a picture in your head so vivid you can hear the rain drops. The painfully powerful, "So Real" puts you in the relationship of the lovers in the song. It all comes down to Jeff being an amazing storyteller. His roots suggest a more folk approach to songs, but he leaves that behind, leaning more toward the MC5 and Leonard Cohen, than to Peter, Paul and Mary.
  


  Blue Note Reissue


 Lonnie Smith's drive, as the album title recognizes is the cardinal factor in the five performances that compose this set. A lot of adjective and likenesses come to mind, but as always in attempts to describe the intangibles of music, they lack precision. They derive, after all, from subjective ijmpressions, and to say that Lonnie plays with furious energy, or that he alwasy manages to set the pot boiling- and keep it boiling – is not necessary to dsecribe the effect of the music on the record buyer. 
  

 

  Blue Note Reissue


This is Herbie Hancock's second album as a leader for Blue Note. The title of his first, Takin Off, was certainly prophetic. With that album he achieved success on several levels. His talent, immediately recognizable in his debut with Donald Byrd really was brought into focus, for in the role of leader, Herbie not only was thrust more into the solo spotlight, but all six compositions were written by him. These ranged in style from an arresting, pretty ballad Alone and I, to a number with a section of free improvisation, The Maze. In between, there were some blues, among others. One of them, Watermelon Man, reached the ears of a public that usually does not buy jazz. When it reached their eats they reached into their pockets. Herbie Hancock had a "hit".


180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP
German Import 

Keyboardist Herbie Hancock's remarkable career took a surprising turn with this funk album–one of the first jazz albums to be certified gold. Hancock's already-storied career had included an extended tenure with Miles Davis as a member of both the classic quintet of the '60s and the trumpeter's groundbreaking electric dates. As a leader, the pianist had followed a similar course, cutting both outstanding acoustic dates (Maiden Voyage, Empyrean Isles) and experimental electric sessions (Sextant, Crossings). Head Hunters, however, was something different: a stripped-down date featuring reedman Bennie Maupin as the only horn player, and a funk-oriented rhythm section made up of Paul Jackson, Harvey Mason, and Bill Summers. Hancock traded in his sophisticated piano performances and complex compositions for simple melodies, slow-burn funk grooves, and light electric keyboard splashes. The results, particularly on the tracks "Chameleon" and "Watermelon Man," had a profound impact on other musicians. The album has stood the test of time–something neither the wealth of Hancock's imitators nor his own subsequent albums in this vein have been able to do.


  

Cut from Original Analog Master Tape
Propelled by the timeless hit 'Roundabout,' Yes' fourth album, Fragile, became an instant classic and is undoubtedly one of prog-rock's finest moments. It was the first Yes record to feature Rick Wakeman on keyboards and the first to display the inimitable artwork of Roger Dean. And it's now been remastered by the incomparable team of Kevin Gray and Steve Hoffman at AcousTech Mastering. Typical of Kevin and Steve's work, this version of Fragile is warmer, richer and airier than the 1971 original. Rediscover a classic. By far the most successful and enduring progressive rock group ever, Yes have been navigating the sonic stratosphere for more than three decades. Weathering myriad personnel changes and as many musical trends, their popularity has endured like granite. As Q Magazine put it, Yes are 'the long haired dads of Radiohead.'

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Blue Note Reissue
When this recording was first released as an LP, the tune "Una Mas" occupied the entire first side of the LP. A first? It marks the beginning of Joe Henderson's recording career, and also catches Herbie Hancock and Anthony Williams at very near the beginnings of their careers. And the tune "Una Mas" is (probably) the first recording of 'Latin funk jazz'. A short while after this recording, Lee Morgan headed a date for the same label, using many of the same players including Joe Henderson, and including a tune that sounds remarkably like "Una Mas", and came up with "Sidewinder", which became one of the biggest selling jazz records of all time. 
  New West Records
"Working Man's Cafe" is a strong follow up to his superb, meticulous first true solo effort "Other Peoples Lives" released in 2006. The music on this collection feels quite visceral and spontaneous. It would be well suited for live performances. The sound is clearly 21st century, yet there are scattered shards within that make one reminiscent of the classic Kinks albums such as "Arthur" and "Something Else". This LP is smooth listening from start to finish and your favorites are likely to shift with time. Vocally Ray Davies is as strong as ever and much attention has been given to the sound quality and arrangements. The title cut along with: "Imaginary Man", Vietnam Cowboys and especially "In a Moment" get honorable mention but all the songs are memorable in their own way. Uninitiated listeners not familiar with this performer's body of work should find this collection very enjoyable even if they lack the proclivity to ruminate over the lyrics like some of us might.


Finally a real rock LP from some real rock vets. Thanks to Motley Cru bassist Nikki Sixx and Tracii Guns of LA Guns, this album emerges as a real grinder. Metal fans have been waiting for an album like this for years.

  Gatefold Cover/Picture Disc

  Includes 7" Single w/ Bonus Tracks  
It's Been 7 years, but we finally have some actual "New" Black Crowes material. Not alternate takes, cutting room floor scraps, or rejected songs from previous album projects. Ten All new Black Crowes songs (one cover). Warpaint is a good mix of what these guys do best: bluesy, country, southern rock music. You can definitely hear the influences of their predecessor's that they have been compared to: early Stones, the Faces, Allman Brothers, and even a little bit of those laid-back southern-California Eagles of the 70's. 

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  180 Gram LP
 
Released in 1980, "Back In Black" featured new lead singer Brian Johnson who replaced former singer Bonn Scott who died months earlier. With the death of Scott, there were skeptics that thought this was the end of the hard rocking Aussie band. But to their surprise "Back In Black" was a huge success with absolutely no filler tracks. The album produced a number of hits with the title "Back In Black", "Hells Bells" and "You Shook Me All Night Long".

7" Single – Only $1!

Released as a tribute to his departed friend, David Gilmour's "Arnold Layne" features two performances of the title track (composed by the late Syd Barrett) and one of Barrett's "Dark Globe". The former comes in a full band arrangement, the latter in a solo acoustic guitar performance reminiscent of the original.

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Import

2 LP set. Better known as the "White Album," this was meant to be the record that brought them back to earth after three years of studio experimentation. Instead, it took them all over the place, continuing to burst the envelope of pop music. Lennon and McCartney were still at the height of their powers, with Lennon in particular growing into one of rock's towering figures. But even McCartney could still rock, and the amazement on "Helter Skelter" was that he had vocal cords at the end. From Beach Boys knock-offs to reggae and to the unknown ("Revolution #9"), this has it all. Some records have legend written all over them; this is one. EMI. 2005.

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Blue Note Reissue
When this recording was first released as an LP, the tune "Una Mas" occupied the entire first side of the LP. A first? It marks the beginning of Joe Henderson's recording career, and also catches Herbie Hancock and Anthony Williams at very near the beginnings of their careers. And the tune "Una Mas" is (probably) the first recording of 'Latin funk jazz'. A short while after this recording, Lee Morgan headed a date for the same label, using many of the same players including Joe Henderson, and including a tune that sounds remarkably like "Una Mas", and came up with "Sidewinder", which became one of the biggest selling jazz records of all time. 

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Greetings from Vinyl HQ… first and foremost I want to apologize for becausesoundmatters.com failing to initially live up to even my own expectations of what the store could be. Plain and simple, we were not ready on the back end and the site instantly required more time than the 2 of us had to stay current. The goal was to have an on line store for selling direct to you, have site exclusives, provide early information about releases, create a community for vinyl and music fans, and especially focus on sound. Obviously part of making all that happen was also to produce the vinyl, both new and catalog in order to drive the site. To a very large degree that part has happened, especially with current releases… nearly all of our current records come out on vinyl. All sound great regardless of source etc.

The catalog part is also about to hit stride, the way we always wanted it to. Titles announced many months ago are REALLY about to come out. As part of Warner Bros. Records 50th year in the music business, we are creating a WB 50th Anniversary Archive Series. Rickie Lee Jones, James Taylor, ZZ Top, Eric Clapton, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Marty Paich, Green Day, The Replacements, and many , many others will be represented.

The brand new R.E.M. album, "Accelerate" LP+CD and The Black Keys new album "Attack & Release" LP+CD will both hit stores the same date as the CD, April 1st. We have announced an entire reissue campaign of the Metallica catalog on vinyl, both 331/3 standard weight and 45 rpm 180 deluxe versions. The first 2 titles, "Kill Em All" and "Ride The Lightning" hit April 15th.

So where does that leave our beloved brainchild on line record store, becausesoundmatters.com?

Over the next couple of months you will see an entire revamp of the site, every aspect will become what I always wanted it to. I now have a whole staff of vinyl loving helpers to make this site an incredible destination. In the short term every title will be up for sale in the current store, pre orders will begin to appear, special offerings will be made available, release information will be posted there first, I am starting an ongoing vinyl blog, along with many more exciting developments.

I must say in advance that the DVD audio portion remains challenging for numerous reasons but as time permits I will continue to work on that aspect. For those of you that are so passionate about the format, please bare with the site and we will do our best…. but in general DVD audio will be on the back burner and I wanted to say that up front so there isn't any confusion. If vinyl is your thing, you are going to be in heaven!!!! I will be announcing more cool news on the site very soon.

I hope this e mail clears up any confusion and that you will be checking out the site as it REALLY now will blast off!!!!

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Metallica Kill 'Em All On Limited Edition 45RPM 180g 2 x Vinyl LP Set

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Metallica's debut album–originally released in 1983–is a masterpiece of thrash metal, and as good a marker as any for the debut of the genre. Fusing the rapid-fire attack of bands like Motorhead with a guitar style reminiscent of such British heavy metal bands as Iron Maiden and Judas Priest, Metallica essentially created a new kind of metal. Several of the songs from this 1983 album have since become classics, including "Seek & Destroy", "The Four Horsemen", and "Jump in the Fire". Essential for any heavy metal fan.

  
 

 
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Metallica Ride The Lightning (Limited Edition 45RPM 180g 2 x Vinyl LP Set) This series will allow Metallica fans the option to hear these legendary recordings as never before… Louder, Faster, Heavier!!! Half Speed Mastered from the Original Analog Tapes at Mobile Fidelity Sound Labs for the Ultimate Listening Experience… Audiophile Quality! Don't let that classical-guitar-ish opening to "Fight Fire with Fire" fool you, Ride the Lightning packs a heavy-metal wallop. This early Metallica album is indubitably one of their best. Thematically, it explores death and dying from myriad points of view; nuclear war on "Fight Fire with Fire", electric-chair execution on "Ride the Lightning" and drowning on "Trapped Under Ice." Interestingly enough, the best track on this album is probably "Fade to Black," a slower, more introspective song about suicide. There's also "Creeping Death," which remains a concert favorite. An excellent mix of rapid-fire guitar riffs, rip-roaring solos and singer James Hetfield's trademark growl, this is thrash metal at its finest. Very highly recommended.
 

 
 

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While Hendrix remains most famous for his hard rock and psychedelic innovations, more than a third of his recordings were blues-oriented. This LP contains 11 blues originals and covers, eight of which were previously unreleased. Recorded between 1966 and 1970, they feature the master guitarist stretching the boundaries of electric blues in both live and studio settings. Besides several Hendrix blues-based originals, it includes covers of Albert King and Muddy Waters classics, as well as a 1967 acoustic version of his composition "Hear My Train A-Comin'." The Classic issue of this title will mark its first time on vinyl. Of course, the two LP set, cut on Bernie Grundman's all tube analog cutting system. The first 2500 copies will be numbered and pressed on "Blue" 180g. After the first 2500, all others will be on black Quiex SV-P 200g. Get one while they are Blue and you'll be Cool!

 


 
 
Born to Run (180 Gram)
 
   Classic Records
  
On this the 30th Anniversary of one of the most important albums of the 70's and arguably of rock generally, Classic brings back, for the first time on our Quiex Super Vinyl Profile, "Born To Run". Bruce is joined by Clarence Clemons on Sax, Max Weinberg on drums, Roy Bittan on piano and Garry Tallent on bass playing such memorable tunes as Thunder Road, Tenth Avenue Freeze Out, and of course Born to Run among others. Originally recorded at the Record Plant in New York and engineered and mixed by Jimmy Iovine (now President of Geffen / A&M records). Produced by Bruce, Jon Landau and Mike Appel, this is the same version Classic previously has issued – now for the first time on our proprietary 200g Quiex Super Vinyl Profile.
 

 
 
 
"Well I guess it would be nice, if I could touch your body…." Given George Michael's restroom hi-jinks in early 1998, those words from "Faith" sound pretty funny, but they sounded fresh and exciting blasting out of car radios all over America in 1987. George Michael's stunning solo debut (after four years in the lightweight British duo Wham!) sold seven million copies and yielded six Top 10 hits. Some of those were among the decade's best pop, including the hiccuping title track, the heartfelt ballad "Father Figure" and the wicked R&B groove of "I Want Your Sex." Unlike so much 1980s treacle, this album hold ups surprisingly well–even if George Michael hasn't always done so himself, but we won't talk about that.
 

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After the explosion created by Led Zeppelin I and II the previous year, this set had rock fans eagerly awaiting its release in the Fall of 1970. Producing the elaborate die-cut/pinwheel album cover artwork insisted on by the band delayed getting this album to the its anxious public. Fortunately, Led Zeppelin III lived up to expectations and was the next step on the path of success for the biggest rock band of the 1970s. The album was recorded by engineer Andy Johns in both Memphis (Argent Studios) and London. Led Zeppelin was and is the definitive heavy metal band. They incorporated mythology and mysticism into a bigger than life sound that defied critics and was fueled by a strong connection with an audience built through their album oriented blues-rock and explosive concerts. In doing so they established the dominant format for heavy metal as well as the genre’s actual sound. Led Zeppelin has never been more popular, pervasive or omnipresent and they’ve managed to be a band that no generation can ever ignore. This re-issue, from Classic Records, is an all-analogue re-master pressed on a thick slab of premium 200g vinyl. The sound is absolutely incredible. You've never heard Led Zeppelin III with this much clarity, detail and punch!
 

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It's no accident that The Eagles Greatest Hits might one day pass Michael Jackson's Thriller as the best-selling album of all time– the Eagles made great singles. By contrast, their albums could be spotty and strained by self-conscious artistry. Hotel California was arguably the band's best single album–it was certainly the Eagles' biggest original disc– and it also underscored the band's need to make a big statement. The title tune reflected the album's theme of paradise lost in California, painting this picture with a musical arrangement that punctuated strumming guitars with dramatic drums, and perhaps the band's most famous lyric: 'You can check out any time you like, but you can never leave.' 'New Kid in Town' was an equally fine albeit much more traditional Eagles ballad. 'Life in the Fast Lane' aspired to hard rock but largely gunned its engine without taking off. The rest is okay, but nothing more than secondary Eagles songs that happened to be nestled into the album that came to define the `70s supergroup.
 

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Overwrought and undeniable, Meat Loaf's Bat out of Hell remains both one of rock's biggest–and least likely–hit albums. The byproduct of a partnership between beefy singer Marvin Lee "Meat Loaf" Aday and fellow journeyman/National Lampoon Road Show cast member Jim Steinman, Bat out of Hell met 1977's vaunted Year of Punk with a blast of neo-operatic, Wagnerian-scaled bombast (based on Peter Pan, no less) that was as reactionary as anything the spiked set and their supporters could possibly imagine–13 million units worth, and counting. Bat seems to have thrived on the same formula that's made Andrew Lloyd Webber a multimillionaire knight: if you do kitsch, do it big. And what could be more kitschy and emblematic of the '70s than the ubiquitous "classic rock" (an overused adjective that applies all too well here) of "Two out of Three Ain't Bad" or the breathless nookie-quest, "Paradise by the Dashboard Light," replete with Phil Rizzuto calling the play-by-play? This digitally remastered edition also includes '78-vintage bonus live cuts of "Bolero" (the live show's equally over-the-top opener) and "Bat out of Hell" that showcase the production's energetic, perfectionist bent. The sonic upgrading here also underscores the oft-overlooked efforts of producer Todd Rundgren.
 

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Miles Davis's impact on jazz is almost incalculable. From his early days as a sideman for Charlie Parker, through his groundbreaking Birth of the Cool sessions, to his stunning small groups of the '50s and '60s, through to his electric renaissance, the trumpeter, bandleader, and composer has left a deep mark on all who came after. He is one of jazz's true giants. Sketches of Spain, though one of Davis's most commercially successful sessions, is also one of his most controversial. Re-teaming with arranger and composer Gil Evans, who played such a pivotal role in Davis's 1949 Birth of the Cool recordings, Davis recorded a series of large group albums beginning in the late '50s, including Porgy and Bess, Miles Ahead, and Quiet Nights. Sketches of Spain, with its emphasis on flamenco, rich orchestrations, and relaxed tempos, is certainly one of Davis's most mellow recordings (he even works out on fluegelhorn), and proved to have broad appeal. To some critics, however, the project was 'elevated elevator music.' An expanded version of the album, featuring alternative tracks and unreleased material, was issued in 1997 by Columbia Legacy.
 

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2 LP set. Better known as the "White Album," this was meant to be the record that brought them back to earth after three years of studio experimentation. Instead, it took them all over the place, continuing to burst the envelope of pop music. Lennon and McCartney were still at the height of their powers, with Lennon in particular growing into one of rock's towering figures. But even McCartney could still rock, and the amazement on "Helter Skelter" was that he had vocal cords at the end. From Beach Boys knock-offs to reggae and to the unknown ("Revolution #9"), this has it all. Some records have legend written all over them; this is one.
 
 

  
 
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Credit Eddie Vedder for being one modern songwriter who's able to write story songs with force and conviction. His use of imagery, metaphor, and language both vernacular and elevated provides the ideological balance that the furious, exotically tinged music (mostly courtesy of rhythm guitarist Stone Gossard and bassist Jeff Ament) needs. Such was Nirvana's weakness — repetitive guitar riffery coupled with mostly meaningless lyrics. Pearl Jam, however, pays as much attention to head as to heart, and the sincerity of the songwriting and performances stands up to repeated listens much better than Nirvana's self-limiting irony.
 

 

 
On paper, River sounds like a match made in several versions of heaven. Legendary pianist Herbie Hancock re-imagines Joni Mitchell with his hand-picked, star-studded band–including saxophonist Wayne Shorter–in tow. Luminary guests lend vocals to a song apiece: Norah Jones ("Court and Spark"), Tina Turner ("Edith and the Kingpin"), Corinne Bailey Rae ("River"), Luciana Souza ("Amelia"), Leonard Cohen (with an unsettlingly sanguine version of "The Jungle Line"), even Joni Mitchell herself ("Tea Leaf Prophecy"). The mix includes a continuum from intrepid classics to dusty, fans-only fare, but a distinct reverence for Joni Mitchell the Poet threads them together, and, in the end, this album works best as a sleepy window into one fan's giddy and particular love affair with his source material. Fans of Hancock win out.
 

 

 
The Bends is still one of Radiohead's best works, and for obvious reasons. Epic in scope without being self-indulgent, The Bends takes the distorted guitars of grunge and adds a sense of melodrama and good old rock-n-roll majesty that, at that time, had been missing from popular music for almost two decades. In blending the two together, along with adding their own distinctly British personality, Radiohead makes The Bends a landmark recording that still feels fresh today years after its initial release.

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Juno Soundtrack
Music from the Motion Picture

 
Original soundtrack to the 2008 coming-of-age comedy directed by Jason Reitman (Thank You For Smoking). The narrative centers on whip-smart Juno (Ellen Page, in a breakthrough role), a teenage girl faced with an unplanned pregnancy from an afternoon with the charmingly unassuming Bleeker. Juno finds her unborn baby the perfect set of parents in Mark and Vanessa Loring (Jason Bateman and Jennifer Garner), an affluent suburban couple who are eager to adopt. Along with the total support of her parents, Juno conquers her problems head-on, displaying a youthful exuberance that is both smart and unexpected. Features tracks from Kimya Dawson, The Kinks, Buddy Holly, Sonic Youth, Belle & Sebastian, Mott The Hoople, Cat Power and others. Rhino.
 

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Shelby loves vinyl

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Shelby Lynne
Sat Mar 1, 10:56 AM ET

A Studer 2-inch tape machine is a huge cumbersome beast that takes up a lot of space and might need pampering and attention when you make records. It requires that you use big, heavy rolls of 2-inch tape that need changing when you record two or three songs on them. And hardly anyone produces or manufactures vinyl records anymore. And nobody has a turntable. But it's making a trendy comeback. ADVERTISEMENT
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Just because something is easier doesn't make it better. It certainly doesn't make it sound better. I had a digital recording rig in my home studio for a month or two and got so depressed. I quit writing songs, my guitar collected dust and I thought my creative life had ended. So I jerked it all out of the wall and threw it in the garage and that's where it will stay.

My new album, "Just A Little Lovin'" was made on a 2-inch tape machine. I demanded it. I like working with engineers and producers who love and appreciate tape. I love the sound, smell, and feel of tape. That's why I enlisted legendary record producer, Phil Ramone, and the brilliant recording engineer, Al Schmitt. They didn't mind my insistence. They put up with my hardheadedness. Hardly anyone uses tape anymore because they claim it's so expensive and it's just easier to use a computer. Most engineers can operate any computer rig in studios these days. But if you ask them to run a Studer and put on a reel of tape, they run down the hallway screaming for Mommy. I'm sorry, but I can't get turned on looking at a computer screen. First of all, it's not more expensive. By the time digital users spend the time and money to buy the software needed to put that "tape sound" on their digital record, they have spent more time and money than I have. While their downloading "tape sound" software, I'm kicking back on the houseboat drinking beer with a fishing pole in my hand listening to Django.

It's not for everybody. Tapes are not perfect like digital. If you want to sing the word "love" 40 different times and 40 different ways, then digital's for you. Tape requires attention. You can't just push the space bar and go to lunch. For example: When I put on my vinyl (yes vinyl) of Led Zeppelin's "Whole Lotta Love," my favorite part is towards the end when you hear the "print through" of Robert's vocals. You know the part when he sings "Yeah, Yeah, Yeah, Yeah"? For years, before I made records I thought that what I was hearing was on there on purpose, for effect. But while making my new record the same thing happened. There is no reason, it's just a tape thing. Sometimes that happens. It's not as noticeable or as cool as Zeppelin but if you listen to my first track, "Just A Little Lovin'," towards the end you will hear my voice. I made a record with print through. Wow. Everybody wanted to fix it but I insisted on keeping it. This is a true testament to using tape. The "real" comes through. It makes me proud to be such a hard head.

I was born in '68. Mama and Daddy had albums. I grew up listening to their vinyl. I have discovered that having a vinyl collection is so much cooler than having an iPod. Now, I have an iPod and I admit they are genius especially for travel and convenience. But they aren't really any fun. I don't call up my friends and say "Hey why don't y'all come over and bring your computers and let's have a party"? Hell no! I say bring pot, wine and vinyl. That's sexy. It's really a great excuse to get together and listen to music. Everybody takes a turn looking through the collection and it's interesting to see what each person plays. The vinyl way is just me. I think if if we all listen to more music together, it really doesn't matter how we do it. Music will save us all just like it always has. We feed our souls with it. Vinyl just creates a little more discussion for us. You get to look at the covers, the liner notes, sometimes the lyrics are included. Plus you can roll a doobie on it. That's hard on an Ipod.

Times are tough. Concert tickets are high and records are, too. Hell, everything is high and nobody has any dough. With our economy and the way it's headed, my guess is that we'll all be staying home drinking bottles of Two Buck Chuck listening to music, however we choose to do it. Cheers, music lovin' fools!

Keeping the dinosaur way alive y'all……….

Rockingly yours,

Shelby Lynne