Friday, November 27, 2009

posted by O.W.


50% off anything you see below.

Ordering info here.

All records VG+ or better unless indicated otherwise.

Bodacious D.F.: S/T (RCA, 1973)
Big drum break on "Good Folks" (killer 7 minute song to boot!)

The Byrds: Ballad of Easy Rider (Columbia, 1969)
Classic drum break on "Fido"
Paul Humphrey, Shelly Manne, Willie Bobo, Louis Bellson: The Drum Session (Inner City, 1979)
Crazy meeting of four of the best session drummers around. Includes several Brazilian samba cuts and a killer drum break that kick off "Super Mellow."

Hard Stuff: Bulletproof (Line/Outline, 1971)
German issue of this heavy prog/psych rock LP with the monstrous break on "No Witch At All."

Hookfoot: Good times a'comin (A&M, 1972)
Massive drum break on "Is Anyone There"

Henry Mancini: The Return of the Pink Panther (RCA, 1975)
Features "Here's Looking At You Kid," one of my all-time favorite Mancini themes (and Buckwild agrees!)

Peter Herbolzheimer Rhythm Combination and Brass: Touchdown (Polydor, 1977)
Lesser-known Herbolzheimer title - German jazz/funk with one of the most memorable covers of "A Day In the Life" I've ever heard. Also features the boogie cut "Hi-Fly Angel."

Ernestine Anderson: Live from Concord to London (Concord, 1978)
Hands-down, one of the best versions of "Love for Sale" I know - so soulful and funky.

The Association: Insight Out (Warner Bros, 1967)
Classic '60s rock LP with two of my favorite from the era: "Windy" and "Never My Love."

Bon Rock: B-Boy b/w It's Alright (In the Mix, early 1980s)
Classic old school/electro 12".

Monday, February 16, 2009

posted by O.W.

To order: Email me a list of what you want and make sure to include your shipping address.

I'll confirm what's still available and send you an invoice with the total amount, including shipping.

You have 24 hours to finalize the transaction; after that, I may offer the records to the next buyer on the list.

Paypal preferred but I'll accept money order/check if you confirm your interest on the sale.

For U.S. orders, shipping is $4 for the first LP, every additional LP is .50 more; that covers media mail. If you want delivery confirmation, add $1 to your order.

Priority and/or insurance is available as well; email to inquire as to total cost.

All orders over $40 qualify for free shipping (media mail + delivery confirmation). Offer only good for U.S. addresses.

For int'l orders, shipping depends on country.

We do not ship to France or Italy (sorry but too many problems with the postal services there).