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YES “Songs” 3 x (Triple) 12″ LP Gatefold + “Time and Word” 12″ LP Vinyl 1973, 1970 Atlantic Records

YES “Songs” 3 x (Triple) 12″ LP Gatefold + “Time and Word” 12″ LP Vinyl 1973, 1970 Atlantic Records
CONDITION: Good condition. Medium to Heavy surface wear on sleeve. Inner gatefold panels look nice with light wear. Vinyl looks good with only traces of light wear. Sounds great!

US $9.99

Yes is an English progressive rock band that was formed in London in 1968. Their music is marked by sharp dynamic contrasts, extended song lengths, abstract lyrics, and a general showcasing of instrumental prowess. Yes blends symphonic and other ‘classical’ structures with their own brand of musical style. Despite a great many lineup changes, occasional splits within the group and the ever-changing trends in popular music, the band has continued on for over forty years and still retains a large following. Band members Chris Squire, Steve Howe and Alan White toured in late 2008 and early 2009 with vocalist Benoît David and keyboardist Oliver Wakeman on the In The Present Tour.

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EAGLES lot 3 12″ LP vinyl 1973, 1972, 1976

EAGLES lot 3 12″ LP vinyl 1973
Lot includes: self-titled LP on Asylum Records 1972
“Desperado” LP on Asylum Records 1973
“Their Greatest Hits” LP on Asylum Records 1976
CONDITION: self-titled: Sleeve is well worn. Printed inner has a seam split. Vinyl is clean. VG
“Desperado”: Sleeve is split around and needs glue. Vinyl has some scuffing on each side. G-
“Their Greatest Hits”: Sleeve needs glue. Vinyl is clean. VG-

US $6.99

The Eagles are an American rock band formed in Los Angeles, California in 1971 by Glenn Frey, Don Henley, Bernie Leadon and Randy Meisner. This lot includes their first two LPs, plus a greatest hits compilation.

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DANDELION WINE “Some Kind of Summer” “Hot Dog” 7″ Vinyl Record 1973

DANDELION WINE “Some Kind of Summer” “Hot Dog” 7″ Vinyl Record 1973
CONDITION: Great condition. Light surface wear on sleeve. Vinyl looks great! VG++ to NM

US $33.00

The funk band Dandelion Wine released one double A-side 7″, ‘Some Kind Of Summer’ / ‘Hot Dog’ (co-produced by Dennis Coffey) on Los Angeles-based Sussex records in 1973. ‘Hot Dog’ found new listeners 28 years later as a component of DJ Shadow and Cut Chemist’s mix CD ‘Product Placement’.

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JOE HENDERSON 12″ LP “Power to the People” + 12″ LP “The Elements” featuring Alice Coltrane 1974 + 12″ LP “Multiple” 1973. All on Milestone Records ORIGINAL editions

JOE HENDERSON 12″ LP “Power to the People” + 12″ LP “The Elements” featuring Alice Coltrane 1974 + 12″ LP “Multiple” 1973. All on Milestone Records ORIGINAL editions
CONDITION: Good condition. Light surface wear on sleeve. Vinyl looks very nice. VG+

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Signing with Orrin Keepnews’s fledgling Milestone label in 1967 marked a new phase in Henderson’s career. He co-led the Jazz Communicators with Freddie Hubbard from 1967-1968. Henderson was also featured on Hancock’s Fat Albert Rotunda for Warner Bros. It was during this time that Henderson began to experiment with jazz-funk fusion, studio overdubbing, and other electronic effects. Song and album titles like Power To the People, In Pursuit of Blackness, and Black Narcissusreflected his growing political awareness and social consciousness, although the last album was named after the Powell and Pressburger film of 1947.

After a brief association with Blood, Sweat & Tears in 1971, Henderson moved to San Francisco and added teaching to his résumé. He continued to record and perform as always, but seemed to be taken for granted by jazz audiences.

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JUJU “A Message From Mozambique” 12″ LP Vinyl Record 1973 Black Fire Records

JUJU “A Message From Mozambique” 12″ LP Vinyl Record 1973 Black Fire Records (reissue?)
CONDITION: Great condition. Like new. VG++

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The first album by the group that later went on to become Oneness Of Juju! The album was recorded with a group that featured Plunky Nakabinde and Lon Moshe on reeds and percussion – plus Babatunde on congas and drums – and the overall sound is very much in kind of an Art Ensemble Of Chicago mode – with more “out” soloing overall, mixed with some of the spiritual jazz leanings that would show up more on the group’s later work. The album’s a fitting record for the Strata East label – as it shows the imprint’s equal ability to carve up heavy avant work and more strident spiritual soul jazz. And if we say so ourselves, Plunky’s really a wailer on tenor and soprano – sounding a lot like Kalaparusha or some of the other AACM players from the time! Titles include “(Struggle) Home”, “Soledad Brothers”, “Freedom Fighter”, and “Nairobi/Chants”.-dustygroove.com

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AEROSMITH s/t 12″ LP Vinyl Columbia Records 1973 CBS 2nd press 1976

AEROSMITH s/t 12″ LP Vinyl Columbia Records 1973 CBS 2nd press 1976
CONDITION: Great condition. Light surface wear on sleeve, medium spine wear. Vinyl looks great! VG

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Aerosmith is the eponymous debut album by American rock band Aerosmith, released in 1973. The album was recorded in two weeks at Intermedia Studio in Boston, Massachusetts. Much of the album is heavily blues influenced. The song Walkin’ the Dog is a cover song originally performed by Rufus Thomas. Also featured on the album is “Dream On” which became an American top ten single when re-released in 1976. “Dream On” was first released as a single in 1973, The Album peaked at #21 on the Billboard 200.

The original cover, misprinted the song “Walkin’ The Dog” as “Walkin’ The Dig”. When a second pressing of the album was released in 1976, this error was corrected, and the cover replaced with a modified one made up entirely of the photo of the band members. This second pressing is the more commonly available version of the LP. When reissued on CD in 1993 as a remastered version, the original first pressing artwork was used.

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Paul McCartney and Wings “Band on the Run” on APPLE RECORDS 7″ Juke Box 45 1973

Paul McCartney and Wings “Band on the Run” on APPLE RECORDS 7″ Juke Box 45 1973
CONDITION: Good condition with light surface wear on sleeve and vinyl. Back of cover is a bit tattered.

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Wings (sometimes referred to as “Paul McCartney and Wings”) was a rock group formed in August 1971 by ex-Beatle Paul McCartney. The group was the only “permanent” group that any of the former members of the Beatles joined after their break-up. During its life, Wings had 12 top-10 singles (including one #1) in the United Kingdom and 14 top-10 singles (including six #1s) in the United States. All 23 singles credited to Wings reached the U.S. Top 40 (and one single, Junior’s Farm/Sally G, reached it with each side). Of the nine albums credited to Wings during the group’s life, all went top 10 in either the United Kingdom or United States, with five consecutive U.S. #1s.

Wings was noted for its personnel changes as well as its success. The only three members in all of the different versions of Wings were McCartney, his wife Linda, and ex-Moody Blues guitarist and singer Denny Laine. In less than a decade, Wings had three different lead guitarists and four different drummers.

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