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Kris Kristofferson Please Don't Tell Me How The Story Ends
Terrific 1968-72 demos by this giant of American country, including many of his masterworks. (A bunch of asses here at HJ, as is often noted. You don't like Hank, you can kiss them all.)



Lou Bond Lou Bond
His 1974 album for the Stax subsidiary We Produce, with fine singing and songwriting together, a lot of it protest, including his twelve-minute opus To The Establishment, sampled by Mary J and Outkast.



Betty Davis Is It Love Or Desire?
The fourth album, recorded in Louisiana in 1976, but shelved, never issued in any form till this beautiful LIA presentation. Sundazed vinyl.




Wheedle's Groove Kearney Barton
Nine new songs recorded with the legendary engineer Kearney Barton by Seattle soul and funk legends like Patrinell (Pastor Pat Wright) Staten, Robbie Hill, Ron Buford, Black On White Affair, and others!



Rodriguez Coming From Reality
Recorded in 1971, up the road from us at the Lansdowne Studios, this was the Sugarman's last shot at the pop big-time.



Monks The Early Years 1964-1965
The blueprints for Black Monk Time ferocious, sneering punk rock beautifully done as always by this label.



Stephen John Kalinich A World Of Peace Must Come
A close collaborator and friend of The Beach Boys, his was the first issue by their Brother Records imprint. This was cut at Brian Wilson's house in 1969 and thought to have been lost.



Earth, Roots And Water Innocent Youths
Last of the label's excavations of reggae in Canada.



Summer Records Anthology, 1974-1988
Raw, rugged reggae in the tradition of Wackies and Half Moon done very proud by the presentation here, including home-movies from the day, with footage of Willie Williams, Jackie Mittoo and the gang.




Karen Dalton In My Own Time
'My favourite singer in the place was Karen Dalton. Karen had a voice like Billie Holiday's and played the guitar like Jimmy Reed' (Bob Dylan); 'Without a doubt, she is my favourite singer' (Devendra Banhart).



Jamaica To Toronto Soul, Funk And Reggae 1967-1974
Look out for Wayne McGhie, Jackie Mittoo and Johnny Osbourne passing through from Studio One. Also Alton Ellis' son, Noel, and numerous local one-aways. Lovingly researched.




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