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Merry Clayton - Gimme Shelter Colored Vinyl Edition
Merry Clayton
Gimme Shelter Colored Vinyl Edition
LP | 1970 | US | Reissue (Real Gone)
32,99 €*
Release:1970 / US – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
As the Academy Award-winning documentary 20 Feet from Stardom made abundantly clear, Merry Clayton is one of the greatest and most distinguished female backup singers in rock and soul history, having sung with everybody from Bobby Darin to Ray Charles to Joe Cocker to Linda Ronstadt to Neil Young to Lynyrd Skynyrd (on “Sweet Home Alabama”). But her most famous vocal turn, of course, was her 1969 duet (“It’s just a shot away!”) with Mick Jagger on “Gimme Shelter.” The notoriety she gained from that led to a recording contract with Lou Adler’s Ode label, and to this 1970 debut solo record, which took its title from the Stones track and featured Merry’s own hit solo version of the song. But don’t stop there—produced by Adler, arranged by the great Gene Page, and featuring Billy Preston on keyboards, this album is an overlooked soul classic, with Merry’s indomitable voice taking songs like James Cleveland’s “Here Come Those Heartaches Again,” The Doors’ “Tell All the People,” and James Taylor’s “Country Road” to dizzying heights (she also turns “Bridge over Troubled Water” into the sanctified gospel hymn it truly is).Real Gone Music’s first-ever vinyl reissue of this classic soul record comes in opaque white vinyl.
Shirley Walker & John Carpenter - OST Escape From L.A. Colored Vinyl Edition
Shirley Walker & John Carpenter
OST Escape From L.A. Colored Vinyl Edition
2LP | 2017 | US | Original (Real Gone)
50,99 €*
Release:2017 / US – Original
Genre:Film / TV
John Carpenter wasn’t just a sci-fi and horror master, one of the best and most innovative directors of his generation—he was also a highly accomplished soundtrack composer whose pioneering use of synthesizers to create suspense and dread in his film scores influenced musicians both within the film world and without. And the score he composed—along with Shirley Walker—for his 1996 dystopic sequel „Escape from L.A.“ offered the creeping, atmospheric tension that Carpenter fans crave; although, as this film was set in L.A. and featured plenty of dark humor, Carpenter and Walker threw in a bit of rock ‘n’ roll as well. The original soundtrack release included a mere 16 tracks and came out on CD exclusively; now, Real Gone Music not only has added another 16 tracks to the release, but is also bringing it to vinyl for the very first time! And not just any vinyl; do you remember how in the film Snake Plisskin is infected with the plutoxin virus that will prove fatal within ten hours unless he retrieves the “Sword of Damocles” super weapon and receives the antidote? Well, our limited edition (of 1500) double-LP is being pressed on test tube clear with plutoxin virus green splatter vinyl...just make sure you don’t let the vinyl scratch your skin! Brand new gatefold artwork featuring stills from the film production completes the package.
Dave Brubeck - Three Classic Albums Blue Vinyl Edition
B.B. King - Three Classic Albums White Vinyl Edition
Ry Cooder - OST Paris, Texas Colored Vinyl Edition
Ry Cooder
OST Paris, Texas Colored Vinyl Edition
LP | 1985 | US | Reissue (Real Gone)
34,99 €*
Release:1985 / US – Reissue
Genre:Film / TV
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 translucent blue vinyl edition limited to 900 copies.
Tim Buckley - Sefronia Salmon Pink Vinyl Edition
Tim Buckley - Sefronia Black Vinyl Edition
Tim Buckley - Look At The Fool Crimson Vinyl Edition
Tim Buckley - Look At The Fool Black Vinyl Edition
V.A. - OST South Pacific Picture Disc Edition
Question Mark & The Mysterians - 96 Tears Orange Vinyl Edition
Question Mark & The Mysterians
96 Tears Orange Vinyl Edition
LP | 1966 | US | Reissue (Real Gone)
28,99 €*
Release:1966 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
By exclusive arrangement with ABKCO Music, Real Gone Music presents the garage band to end all garage bands, Question Mark and the Mysterians! Hailing from Saginaw, Michigan, this group of Mexican-American teenagers had all the bona-fides collectors of ‘60s cool cherish—the name, derived from a Japanese horror film; the sound, an insistent, three chord beat powered by that unmistakable Vox organ tone; and, of course, the sunglasses-shod Question Mark himself, who claims to have been born on Mars and lived among the dinosaurs in a past life. And their 1966 debut album hit the Top 100 on the Billboard charts thanks to its legendary title tune. Real Gone Music and ABKCO Music are presenting this all-time classic record on orange vinyl (cuz after all, orange is Question Mark’s color) limited to 600 copies and mastered at 45 rpm for maximum sonic effect!
V.A. - OST Tales from the Crypt Presents: Demon Knight Green Vinyl Edition
OST Tales from the Crypt Presents: Demon Knight Green Vinyl Edition
LP | 2017 | US | Original (Real Gone)
33,99 €*
Release:2017 / US – Original
Genre:Film / TV
Wanna hear the soundtrack to Armageddon? This 1995 film starred William Sadler as the „Demon Knight“, who, along with his new recruit, Jada Pinkett Smith, is charged with fending off The Collector (Billy Zane) and his army of demons from acquiring an ancient relic that is the only thing preventing the complete destruction of the human race. While the flick did meh box office and was panned critically, the soundtrack was easily one of the best of its era and of its kind, an all-star line-up of thrash and heavy metal acts mostly doing otherwise unavailable material (only the track by Pantera appears to have been released prior to the movie).The Pantera, Megadeth, Melvins, and Biohazard entries are particulary good, and the one hip hop tune on the collection, Gravediggaz’ “1-800-Murder,” is an archetypal “horrorcore” rap song. But perhaps the best tune is “Hey Man Nice Shot” by Filter, an outfit that hadn’t released anything prior to this soundtrack. Since this movie came out in 1995, it only came out on LP in Europe; this Real Gone reissue brings it back on opaque green vinyl limited to 1100 copies!
Soft Machine - Live At The Paradiso
Soft Machine
Live At The Paradiso
LP | 2017 | US | Original (Real Gone)
29,69 €* 32,99 € -10%
Release:2017 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Soft Machine was one of the first prog-rock bands, but if your vision of prog-rock consists of musicians wreathed in pot smoke airily singing of fairies and wizards, it will be summarily dispelled by this fantastic “authorized bootleg,” which captures the band in March 1969 at the Paradiso in Amsterdam, playing material that was to be released six months later on Soft Machine: Volume Two. The trio of Robert Wyatt on drums and vocals, Mike Ratledge on organ, and Hugh Hopper on bass launch what can only be called a high-decibel, jazz-rock sonic assault; “Like vindaloo for the ears” is how Hopper puts it on the accompanying notes on the inner sleeve, adding, “I do remember playing incredibly loud, Mike on fuzz organ and me on fuzz bass, both through hundred-watt Marshall stacks.”Some of the frenzied instrumental passages might recall Miles Davis’ Agharta-era band, but remember, this is a trio making all this racket (in 1969, no less); Soft Machine at this point in time were on a journey all their own. This is the first-ever vinyl release of this notorious concert, and it comes on “soft” purple vinyl limited to 1000 copies. Anybody interested in just how far out rock got in the late ‘60s will want to give this repeated listens.This “Authorized Bootleg” captures them live in March 1969 performing material that was tocCome out on Soft Machine: Volume 2 six months laterPlaying through 100-Watt Marshall stacks, the trio of drummer/Vocalist Robert Wyatt, organist Mike Ratledge and Bassist Hugh Hopper launch a pure sonic jazz-rock assault.This release marks the first-ever vinyl release of this legendary concert. The“Soft” purple vinyl edition is limited to 1000 copies.
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