The Zombies, Self titled. The Zombies' debut album offers a fresh blend of pop, rock and R&B blended with blues and jazz elements, unusual for the time in a British Invasion-era outfit. Anchored by two of the best-known early hits "She's Not There" and "Tell Her No", the album stands out as one of the best and underrated of the early British Invasion. #britpop #rock #vin#vinylcollectionpost #vinylcollective #dustyfingers #igvinylclub #mus#musicnyl #vinylgram #instavinyl #lp #33rpm #recordcollector #musiccollection #nowlistening #vinylporn #nowplaying #vinyloftheday #vinyligclub #vinylcommunity #vinyladdict #vinylcollector #vinylcollection #analog #cratedigger #onmyturntable #recordcollection #records #vinilo #music #vinylgen_feature
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#octobervinylchallenge day 22: alternative artwork. I’m a sucker for exclusive artwork on vinyl. This Early November release is one of the best.
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Sonny Rollins - The Bridge is the saxophonist’s triumphant comeback after a self imposed retirement at the height of his career from 1959 to 1962. During that time he practiced everyday on NYC’s Williamsburg Bridge. Most of you probably know the story, but for those that don’t you should definitely google it. Swipe for a look at this OG mono pressing and a shot from my window with the very same Bridge in the background. #sonnyrollins #jimhall #bobcranshaw #benriley #jazz #jazzrecord #jazzvinyl #vinyl #jazzrecords #vin#vinyladdicts #jazzcollector #vinyladdict #vinylclub #vinylcollectors #jazzcollectors #williamsburg #williamsburgbridge #thebridge #vinylgram #vinylporn #vinyllove #vinyloftheday #vinylcollectionpost #nowspinning #cratedigger #cratedigging #cratediggers #dustyfingers #the#thesonnyrollinsbridgeproject #thesonnyrollinsbridge
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CANNED HEAT Canned Heat (Liberty LRP 3526) Original 1967 US 🇺🇸 Mono • Canned Heat is the self titled debut album by Canned Heat. Released in July 1967. • Review from Endless Trip It’s fair to say that the studio output of America’s longest-running blues band comes out second best to their legendary live performances. Their debut is a case in point - it’s expertly played, but the narrowness of its field and references don’t afford it the distinction of, say, Led Zeppelin I or Tons Of Sobs. The standards are all here: ‘Rollin’ And Tumblin’, ‘Dust My Broom’, ‘Evil Is Going On’, etc, but ‘Bullfrog Blues’ doesn’t crackly nearly as effectively as the wonderful John Drummer Band version (nor Rory Gallagher’s). Henry Vestine is a fine blues guitarist, especially on ‘Catfish Blues’, and Bob “The Bear” Hite has a pretty authentic blues growl. But what really raises their game are the contributions of the wonderful Al “Blind Owl” Wilson, with his delicate, tremulous vocals lending his songs a lovely mellifluous feel. None of the LPs he made with the band before his untimely death featured nearly enough of his work. Here ‘Help Me’ is especially fine. Otherwise the self-penned ‘The Road Song’ and ‘Rich Woman’ are the best numbers. A solid start. Review written by Giles Hamilton • #cannedheat #selftitled #1967 #nowspinning #vinyl #vinylcollection #vinyloftheday #vinyladdict #vinyljunkie #vinylporn #vinylcollector #33rpm #vinylcollectionpost #vinyligclub #vinylgen_feature #vinylrecords #vinyllove #vinylgram #lp #60s #records #recordcollector #recordcollection #sixties #cratedigger #nowplaying #dustyfingers #vinylcommunity #instavinyl
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Converge - Axe to fall
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