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See more details at Online Price Match. Related Pages :. Email address. Mobile apps. Walmart Services. Get to Know Us. Customer Service. In The Spotlight. Shop Our Brands. The music really comes alive. Record was very quiet I think I may have heard one faint crackle however I played without cleaning first. Nice sturdy gatefold cover with rice paper inner.
Not happy! Org Col recording better even with clicks etc. Cleaned 2 times on Audio desk cleaner. Played on: Dr. MSFL pressings have been a hit or Santana - Santana (Vinyl) of late so this is not my first 'same' impression.
I own the 33 speed MOFI recording as well. This is much fuller with deeper and more accurate base. Wonderful recording!!! Write a review and let people know what you think of this product OR just rate it. Top Sellers. We Accept. All rights reserved. Prices and availability are subject to change without notice. Santana did not die at 27, Santana - Santana (Vinyl), but he did put out all manner of widdly fiddly, dreadful prog-jazz dross and, of course, his tasteful, mega-successful comeback album, SupernaturalSantana - Santana (Vinyl) guest collaborations with Dave Matthews, Everlast and so on.
IV posits itself as the sequel to this fiery period and it can do so because… Carlos has got the band back together!
On double vinyl in gatefold sleeve. Mouldy Peach and all-round New York alt-folkie success story Adam Santana - Santana (Vinyl) has made a Kickstarter-funded film that, from its trailer, looks half appealing dayglow weirdness and half self-indulgent in-joke.
He slows it down slightly but somehow makes it even funkier along the way. A rare Santana - Santana (Vinyl), by most measures. Second best album cover of the month. The band are titled after the nickname for their hometown, the not very lovely industrial port of Immingham, near Grimsby and Hull, and they look like a bunch of school kids pretending to be the New York Dolls no bad thing!
Two albums of Mitteleuropean jazz for connoisseurs and laymen alike. Due to a date range that runs from the Sixties to the early Seventies, it veers towards less pop-influenced styles, whereas the cuts on the If compilation - single vinyl in gatefold - boast a funkier and weirder cross-section of styles.
Her solo debut is splashed with hints of folk but is closer in tone to laidback pop. Which is lucky as when she sounds happy she sounds like many other people, when she sounds sad, she has her own niche. Comes in photo inner sleeve. Comparisons with A-Ha, because both bands are from Norway, may seem lazy, but the warm, longing synths, gently seamed with melancholy, and the sheer crafted poppiness, both recall that band.
Frank Cordell was a film and TV composer who had links to the vanguard of the art world in the Fifties and Sixties, going on to achieve success with many now-forgotten film scores, including the Oscar-nominated one for Cromwell in Originally released in and now boosted with three bonus cuts, Levollinen is stark-to-the-point-of-hardly-there folk-blues with a severe sombre broodiness.
Lead singer Ben Pritchard will have an album out later this year but, until then, this draws attention to a bleakly gifted and relatively unheard talent. Fronted by the late Billie Mackenzie, whose voice is unique in pop, an emotionally desperate, whooping, semi-operatic shriek, their second studio album is an exercise in excess, famously costing masses to produce.
Sulk is a strange, daring amalgam of opulence, opaque Bowie-esque lyrics and arty froideur. Lo are a reliable label and a have been home to this bunch for well over a decade. Long may their partnership continue. Music from the fringes but there are tunes in there too, if you bother poking about. Single vinyl on Mondrian-goes-minimalist-pop art gatefold.
The pair put on events such as Analogue Nights and the Electro London Festival, and their enthusiasm for retro synth fare owes massive debts to Numan, Yazoo, early Human League, etc. The album gathers new material in this vein from all over the world.
Dan Michaelson and the Coastguards Memory The State 51 Conspiracy : Some people have singing voices that mature into the sound of terminal sadness. Dan Michaelson has one, emoting like a younger, croakier, more tearful Leonard Cohen. All in all, a lot better than it has any right to be, power pop with good humour and buzz. Niagara Hyperocean Monotreme : Italian electro-psyche duo return for a third album, this one based around water. It does, indeed, have a sonic conceptualism of washing, flowing sounds splashing about Flying Lotus-meets-Lapalux stagger-tronica.
Muted amongst it all are funky, even soulful songs, hidden between wodges of blobby bass and hacked about hunks of synth stabs. Her steady, unforced talent shines through on cleanly produced, decently mastered plastic. This is a good thing for Richter joins the dots between orchestrated classicism and the electronic ambient tradition that runs from Brian Eno through Future Sound of London to Kompakt Records and beyond.
And - hey presto! Not bad. But not original either.
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