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V.A. - The Phil Spector Story 1958-62 Pink Vinyl Edition
Tom Tom Club - Tom Tom Club
Tom Tom Club
Tom Tom Club
LP | 2019 | US | Reissue (Real Gone Music)
33,99 €*
Release:2019 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Preorder 01.03.2019
• Includes the Hit Singles “Wordy Rappinghood” and “Genius of Love”• Real Gone Music’s Reissue Features the Original, Exuberant Album Art• Limited Edition White Vinyl Pressing / The Talking Heads spawned a number of worthy side projects and spinoffs—David Byrne & Brian Eno’s My Life in the Bush of Ghosts, Jerry Harrison’s The Red and the Black—but none were as funky, danceable, and flat-out fun as Chris Frantz and Tina Weymouth’s Tom Tom Club.Conceived as something of a larkish break from the grandly realized intellectual and artistic pretensions of the Heads’ Remain in Light record, the duo’s self-titled 1981 debut was recorded in Barbados with Weymouth’s sisters and Adrian Belew and Steven Stanley from the Remain in Light band, and not only spawned a couple of hit singles in “Genius of Love” and “Wordy Rappinghood” but also became, in its own way, enormously influential. This was the sound of downtown New York talking, listening, and rapping to the burgeoning hip hop movement, a hybrid heard in a whole host of acts in the ‘80s and ‘90s, from Madonna to Mariah Carey to the Beastie Boys and beyond. Weymouth and Frantz went on to record several more albums under the Tom Tom Club moniker, but this remains the classic; Real Gone Music is proud to offer Tom Tom Club in a limited white vinyl edition. Fun, natural fun!
Dinah Washington - Best Of 1956 - 1962
Ry Cooder - OST Paris, Texas
Ry Cooder
OST Paris, Texas
LP | 1985 | US | Reissue (Real Gone Music)
35,99 €*
Release:1985 / US – Reissue
Genre:Film / TV
Preorder 01.03.2019
* Features Multi-Instrumentalists David Lindley and Jim Dickinson in Addition to Cooder* Profoundly Sad but Leavened with Whimsy, Cooder’s Score Captures That Ineffable High, Lonesome Sound Better Than Any Recording in Recent Memory* Limited White Vinyl Pressing / Seldom has any artist captured that ineffable “high, lonesome sound” quite as beautifully as Ry Cooder did on his landmark soundtrack to Wim Wenders’ 1984 film Paris, Texas. Not quite blues, not quite bluegrass, not quite ambient, Cooder’s haunting, evocative score mirrors the existential journey of Harry Dean Stanton’s Travis Henderson as he wanders through the empty Texas prairie landscape in pursuit of his irretrievable past. With the able help of multi-instrumentalists David Lindley and Jim Dickinson, Cooder crafts a soundscape (much of it based on Blind Willie Johnson’s “Dark Was the Night, Cold Was the Ground”) that is profoundly sad yet leavened with bits of humor and whimsy. Real Gone Music is proud to present this classic soundtrack in a white vinyl edition limited to 900 copies.
Gun - Gun Limited Red Devil Vinyl Edition
Gun
Gun Limited Red Devil Vinyl Edition
LP | 2019 | US | Reissue (Real Gone Music)
31,99 €*
Release:2019 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Preorder 01.03.2019
• Real Gone Music’s Reissue Preserves Dean’s Startling Original Album Art• Unavailable on Vinyl for About 30 Years• Pressed on “Red Devil” Vinyl• Limited to 1000 Copies / This 1968 release wasn’t just the debut album for the British band The Gun; it also marked the debut of a number of other notable artists and their creations. First of all, this was the first album recorded by the Gurvitz brothers, bassist/vocalist Paul and guitarist/vocalist Adrian; they went on to form Three Man Army (with Buddy Miles among other drummers) and then The Baker Gurvitz Army with Ginger Baker of Cream among many other projects. Gun also introduced the song “Race with the Devil,” which scored the band its only hit and was covered by everybody from Judas Priest to Girlschool to Black Oak Arkansas. And, finally, take a gander at that incredible front cover artwork...yes, that is the maiden album illustration of one Roger Dean, whose otherworldly creations graced the covers of many a Yes album cover (Yes vocalist Jon Anderson was for a short time a Gun member, in fact). Armed with such a collection of talent, and a dazzling stylistic breadth that ranged from psychedelic to hard rock to mod to Procol Harum-esque prog, it’s little wonder that Gun has seen multiple reissues, but it’s been about 30 years since it’s been available on vinyl. Our limited edition (of 1000) “red devil” vinyl pressing presents the original artwork intact. A classic of ‘60s British rock!
V.A. - OST The Return Of The Living Dead Green/Red Vinyl Edition
V.A. - OST The King And I Picture Disc Edition
V.A. - OST Gigi Picture Disc Edition
Jaguar - Power Games
Jaguar
Power Games
LP | 2017 | US | Original (Real Gone Music)
29,99 €*
Release:2017 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
This lost 1982 NWOBHM classic foretold the emergence of speed and thrash metal with high RPM work-outs like “Coldheart,” “No Lies,” and “Dutch Connection.” Was it a coincidence that Metallica’s “Kill ‘Em All” came out the following year? Maybe, but one could easily suspect that “Power Games” was on the Metallica turntable. Jaguar along with Bronze label-mates Raven were definitely the most balls-out outfit in the New Wave of British Heavy Metal scene, and this record, aside from one mid-tempo track (“Rawdeal”) is pure pedal-to-the-metal metal.
Samson - Shock Tactics
Samson
Shock Tactics
LP | 1981 | US | Reissue (Real Gone Music)
32,99 €*
Release:1981 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Limited reissue of Samson's legendary 1981 LP on crimson loincloth vinyl. 'Shock Tactics' was the band's third but final release to feature the vocals of Bruce Dickinson, who was about to move on to Iron Maiden.Of all the bands in the New Wave of British Heavy Metal movement, Samson takes the woulda/coulda/shoulda been big stars prize. The band’s talent and theatricality were undeniable; guitarist and singer Paul Samson had replaced Bernie Tormé (of Gillan fame) in the band Scrapyard before founding Samson, which soon enlisted the lead vocal talents of a certain “Bruce Bruce” a.k.a. Bruce Dickinson, soon to be of Iron Maiden. Throw in bassist Chris Aylmer and drummer Thunderstick, who performed inside a metal cage wearing a gimp-style mask, and this was an outfit seemingly destined for big things. But, constant promotional gaffes (e.g. booking them on tour with an ill-matched Robin Trower) led the band to terminate their contract with management, who promptly brought an injunction keeping them off the road. Then, their label (Gem) went bankrupt; as Dickinson says, they “made every mistake in the business.” In the midst of all the turmoil, though, the band made its third and finest record, Shock Tactics, which was ably produced by AC/DC producer Tony Platt; but, as Iron Maiden was recording next door at Battery Studios in London, the two bands became friendly, and Dickinson left Samson for Iron Maiden just as Samson received big offers from A&M and RCA, which were instantly withdrawn upon his departure. So, classic music industry saga…classic British Heavy Metal! Real Gone Music presents Shock Tactics as the first-ever vinyl reissue!
V.A. - Rockabilly - Red Hot And Rare Volume 1 Red Vinyl Edition
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