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461 Ocean Boulevard [Remastered]

461 Ocean Boulevard [Remastered] Lowest new price: $4.92
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Model: 2138988

Clapton's solo career began in earnest with this 1974 LP, and what a giant step this was. He hit #1 as he tackled reggae (his smash version of I Shot the Sheriff ), blues ( Motherless Children ) and R&B (his hit take on Willie and the Hand Jive ). An early masterpiece!

This was Clapton's comeback record after a long bout with heroin addiction. Up through 1970 or so, he had been a restless musical seeker, opening rock up with his guitar experimentation, trying to get to the bottom of the blues. There is none of this on 461. He seems relieved just to be alive. It's a low-key affair, and that suits him. Some of his best songs are here, as well as his cover of Bob Marley's "I Shot the Sheriff." Torn and frayed from the melee inside him, this album may be the most personal blues he ever made. --Steve Tignor

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Keep It Simple

Keep It Simple Lowest new price: $4.93
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Model: 2110456

NEW Combo BLUWAVS CD and FLAC FILE

"I can't even crack a frown since the blues slipped out of town," sings Keb' Mo' on "Prosperity Blues," with a patented big wide grin you can practically hear. It's a witty and accurate assessment of his approach to the often lowdown genre. Even on the album's title track, where Mo's tough National steel slide playing is most prominent, he's concerned with the daunting amount of coffee choices at his local java emporium. Call it the middle-class blues then, as Mo' wraps his grits-and-honey voice around another set of gently rolling, melodic, and warm compositions. Similar to, say, James Taylor, he spins beautifully crafted, meticulously produced, uncluttered roots-influenced music that is no less satisfying because of its smooth qualities. Traces of gospel, folk, and even bluegrass sprinkle these pop-oriented tunes, and while most of the edges here are sanded off--nobody will mistake him for Howlin' Wolf--Mo's cushy voice and charm create another winning entry in his catalog. Sophisticated and burnished, Keep It Simple goes down easy thanks to alluring songs that beckon you back like the memories of an old flame. --Hal Horowitz

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Millennium Collection - 20th Century Masters

Millennium Collection - 20th Century Masters Lowest new price: $2.96
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Model: 2934817

Track Listing: It Never Rains, Let's Get Down, Pillow (Lay Your Head on My Pillow).

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Home Again

Home Again Lowest new price: $3.97
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Brand: MUSIC
Model: 1972226

During the '80s, New Edition reigned as the biggest and best boy R&B group. Influenced by the Jackson 5, New Edition influenced New Kids on the Block and Boyz II Men, who took their name from a New Edition song. After a "hiatus" of nearly 8 years, the Boston-based act reunited in 1987, with all of the original members, most notably the first to go solo, Bobby Brown. With big name producers (Puffy Combs, Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, etc.) in tow, Home Again has some seriously great moments, especially on the cuts that Jam and Lewis cook up. But as with most reunions, Home Again was proof that you can't fully return to your past. While the voices were fine, the magic wasn't always there. --Amy Linden

During the '80s, New Edition reigned as the biggest and best boy R&B group. Influenced by the Jackson 5, New Edition influenced New Kids on the Block and Boyz II Men, who took their name from a New Edition song. After a "hiatus" of nearly 8 years, the Boston-based act reunited in 1987, with all of the original members, most notably the first to go solo, Bobby Brown. With big name producers (Puffy Combs, Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, etc.) in tow, Home Again has some seriously great moments, especially on the cuts that Jam and Lewis cook up. But as with most reunions, Home Again was proof that you can't fully return to your past. While the voices were fine, the magic wasn't always there. --Amy Linden

Features:

  • HOME AGAIN MUSIC

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The Very Best of Michael McDonald

The Very Best of Michael McDonald Lowest new price: $7.95
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Brand: Rhino

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Bringing It All Back Home (180 gm Vinyl)

Bringing It All Back Home (180 gm Vinyl) Lowest new price: $23.90
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Brand: VINYL

Bob's first foray into electric rock may had alienated his diehard folkie fans, but it changed popular music forever. Those legendary tracks include Subterranean Homesick Blues; She Belongs to Me; Maggie's Farm, and Love Minus Zero/No Limit, plus Mr. Tambourine Man; It's Alright, Ma (I'm Only Bleeding), and It's All Over Now, Baby Blue. This LP is the MONO version.

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In Harmony: A Sesame Street Record

In Harmony: A Sesame Street Record Lowest new price: $6.99
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Brand: Warner Bros
Model: 2015718

No Description Available
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Media Type: CD
Artist: SESAME STREET
Title: IN HARMONY
Street Release Date: 01/10/1989
Domestic
Genre: CHILDREN'S

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Greatest Hits Live

Greatest Hits Live Lowest new price: $9.97
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Brand: CD

Boz Scaggs, Greatest Hits Live

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Casey Kasem Presents: America's Top 10 Through Years - The 1970s

Casey Kasem Presents: America's Top 10 Through Years - The 1970s Lowest new price: $13.96
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The first musical collection to be endorsed by Casey Kasem! Each volume contains artist photos, liner notes and historical facts about each decade.

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The Philosopher's Stone

The Philosopher's Stone Lowest new price: $29.95
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The Philosopher's Stone

For an artist's most devout fans, a peek at the sketches can speak volumes about the final canvas, and that's the merit behind this two-CD compilation of shelf tracks and alternate takes from Van Morrison's 1971-1988 studio output. The Philosopher's Stone favors his core instincts as a blues-based writer and arranger, its 30 songs dominated by shuffles and slow-burning blues with excursions into more gospel-lined melodies and some ripe experiments in funk. Collectors will welcome pristine versions of "Crazy Jane on God," the churning "Naked in the Jungle," an ebullient "Madame Joy," and several pieces exploring extended falsetto vocals, including "Twilight Zone" and "Try for Sleep," the latter being one of four tracks featuring Mark Isham on trumpet. New versions of "Real Real Gone" and "Wonderful Remark," however, confirm the wisdom of the artist's original release choices. --Sam Sutherland

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  • Polydor

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