Having recently negotiated a new contract with RCA, Cooke had more control in choosing the music he recorded and which backing musicians to use; this control results in one of his most critically acclaimed albums and signaling a more mature direction. No matter what he was singing, Sam Cooke brought a soulful delivery that connected with teenage and adult audiences of all races.
Pickett turns what had originally been a bluesy piano-based number, and later a popular song for garage rock bands to play at dances, into an all-out party song. Having been an opening act for the Rolling Stones in the U. Various Items. Accessories for protection and cleaning. Transport packaging. Brush and Cleaners. Plastic sleeves for records. Plastic sleeves for CD. Record Displays. Autograph Items. Special Records.
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Regardless of country of origin all tracks are sung in English, unless otherwise stated in our description. Additional info:. The remaster sounds fantastic, but the forthcoming version promises to truly bring the record into the 21st century. Easily one of the best albums released since the turn of the century, Amy Winehouse's Back to Black captures her soon-to-be tragic life in amber.
Much more fun than the title track would have you believe, London Calling is a celebration of British outsider music in all of its late-'70s forms. If you only buy one punk album, make it this one.
Father John Misty's output may be frustratingly inconsistent, but God's Favorite Customer is one of his best records. It sounds lush on vinyl and if you can nab the "Loser Edition", it offers colored wax and foil tears on the cover. While not as famous as other late-'70s NYC bands like Blondie or Talking Heads, Television's debut album is one of our most cherished vinyl records. Minimalist, edgy and often hilarious, this release is a real stayer. You can tell James Murphy is an old-school DJ from the care he puts into his vinyl releases.
If you haven't heard LCD Soundsystem's debut playing on a turntable, have you really heard it? There can be no argument that '70s funk and soul sounds best on vinyl, and Parliament's Mothership Connection is a high-water mark for the genre. Beats co-founder Dr. See it at Amazon. Lovingly repackaged by subscription service Vinyl Me Please , the sophomore album by Feist is the late-night album to end all late-night albums. Recorded in Paris years before her song made her a star, Let It Die immerses itself in French pop and jazz, and it sounds simply exquisite on vinyl.
However, certain records are worth a pretty penny. Have a look out for mono copies of the King's debut album. You're looking for a gram blue vinyl copy not hard to spot with a 6-eye label. Columbia switched to a 2-eye label in , making the former versions more valuable. Only are known to have been pressed, and mint copies are as rare as hen's teeth. Look out for that artwork and you could be in for a treat. Collectors pay crazy sums of money for the most sought-after records, which include this dancefloor-filler by Washington DC's The Cashmeres.
Pristine first pressings of the LP are the most coveted and fetch the highest prices.VARIOUS This Is Soul ( UK track stereo LP compilation on the plum & red Atlantic label, featuring classics by Wlson Pickett, Sam & Dave, Ben E King, Otis Redding, Aretha Franklin & more, front laminated picture sleeve.