Just as the album cover is only a bit raunchy on the Sun Records release, this 'slideshow' is good clean fun.
Thursday, August 1, 2013
Sunday, July 7, 2013
Picked this one up (and not dirty at all, but in very, very clean condition!) a little while back.
If you remember the days when FM radio stations were mixing equal parts AOR and New Wave into their rock music formats, this makes for a heck of a soundtrack!
Saturday, June 22, 2013
I found this one a few months back and was very excited to find it, as the same L.P. has slipped through my fingers just as often as Les Baxter's "Jewels of the Sea"!* This one is in shrink and in very nice shape as well, so that's a bonus, especially since most of the official James Bond soundtrack L.P.s are in very rough shape indeed.
The arrangement to the title track here is a bit of an "everything, including the kitchen sink!" arrangement, but it is nonetheless very fun and full-feature without being over-done.
Thanks (and kudos) to uploader "Chalyman77" for providing this clear transfer for the Tube-surfers.
* Only once for each of these L.P.s, but darned if it didn't sting when I realized what I had later!
Tuesday, February 19, 2013
I found this LP years and years ago now, and it is still amongst the cleanest pieces of vinyl that I've ever found in the wild! And while I'm not a very big fan of New Age music, this track exemplifies the sound of the tight, digital editing and glossy production of the late 1980s era.