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MOONLIGHTERS
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THE MISSING MOONLIGHTERS - LIVE / STUDIO CLOSET TAPES
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2-CD: $13.25 (US) - NEW
($11.93 with *discount)
GLOBE RECORDS
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2008
rock, pop, rockabilly, rhythm & western, western swing, roots, americana: 2-CD set ($17.98 list). All previously unreleased tracks from the band that was led by Bill Kirchen and "moonlighted" from Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen... later to become his backing group. This release presents for the first time many popular mainstays of the live shows as well as some seldom heard, experimental studio recordings. These songs represent the early "Rhythm & Western" sound of the group as well as the later four-man, skinny-tie, rock/pop outfit. These recordings have a live-ness and songwriting that's missing from the two previous releases. Featuring Bill Kirchen, Tony Johnson, Richard Casanova (George Strait), Steve Mackay (Iggy Pop), Steve Fishell (Emmy Lou Harris), Don Kennedy, Rick Higginbotham, Tim Eschliman (Rhythmtown-Jive), Austin de Lone (Eggs Over Easy) with special guests Mark Karan (Ratdog) and James Henry. The live CD includes essential tunes that were staples of the band's live shows but didn't appear on the 2 previously existing releases, like Carl Perkins' "Boppin' the Blues," a few Rockpile numbers and the bands traditional rave-up set-closer, Warren Smith's "Ubangi Stomp." 3 songs from the early "Rhythm & Western" days of the band are included: the Cajun fiddling of "Mississippi Sawyer," "Big Mamou" which featured the 3-man section of fiddle, tenor sax & pedal steel and the sassy "Sittin' On Top Of The World," which adds to that section Bill Kirchen's wild trombone. Live recordings are also from Keystone Palo Alto, The Saddlerack (KFAT Fat-Fry), Keystone Berkeley, and Rohan's Rockpile. The studio CD, on the other hand, brings to light a more experimental side of the band. Three of the tracks were recorded live to 4-track in an afternoon as a pre-production session at Different Fur Studios in San Francisco and when heard by Austin's friend Nick Lowe, led to the arrangements for the recording of the Moonlighter's "Rush Hour" album, which Nick produced in London. Many of the other tracks are song demos of originals by drummer Tony Johnson or bassist Tim Eschliman, and several of those were recorded at Tim and Austin de Lone's at-the-time home studio, the earliest iteration of Globe Studios. Although not all of these recordings were Moonlighter projects per se, they happened to have been recorded by the band members and in some cases led to additions to the band's set lists. Studio recordings are also from Sonoma Recorders and Prairie Sun. Mastered by Fred Catero, Tim Eschliman and Tony Johnson. Packaged in all-recyclable mini-double jacket format.

THE REPTILE BROTHERS
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WHAT'S THE RUSH?
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CD: $12.25 (US) - NEW
($11.03 with *discount)
ONE UVA KIND
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2008
Rock, pop: Big Sale! This all-original, no-2-songs alike, previously unreleased rock album by the Reptile Brothers features frontmen Gregory Leroy Dewey, "Duke Dagreez", Nicholas Q (Not Joe) Dewey & Tim Eschliman: 3 wacky guys from Ohio and their pals during Mill Valley's mid to late 1970s north of San Francisco music scene. This is a band full of veterans from Mad River, Country Joe & the Fish, Grootna, Eggs Over Easy, Rowdy & the Rivets, Marty Balin's Bodacious D.F., Patty LaBelle, Andy Kulberg, The Moonlighters, Commander Cody, Etta James, Big Joe Turner, Jesse Colin Young, Sky Blue, Seatrain, Lou Reed, Jerry Corbitt, Nick Lowe, David Crosby, Elvis Costello, and The Fabulous Thunderbirds. Band members are Vic Smith, Austin de Lone, Peter Walsh, Mike Blaney, and a special appearance on vibraphone by Dan Hicks, a sometimes drummer of the group. Other special guests are Eggs Over Easy (Austin de Lone, Brien Hopkins, Jack O'Hara) Jack O'Hara and Steve Fishell. Produced by The Reptile Brothers & Marty Balin. Not Joe Dewey's original version of the song, Runwaway, appears for the first time here, which later became a platinum seller for Marty Balin and Jefferson Starship. Gregory Dewey, Vic Smith and Marty Balin were all in the early 70s band, Bodacious D.F..

THOSE DARN ACCORDIONS
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SQUEEZE MACHINE
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CD: $11.25 (US) - NEW
($10.12 with *discount)
GLOBE RECORDS
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2007
rock, accordion, novelty, polka, pop: Big Sale! Stuffed with chuckle-worthy songs in a brain-melting mix of styles, Squeeze Machine's grab bag is practically bursting with original tunes, from the polka-fied blue-collar humor of "A Glass of Beer" (a raucous duet with Drew Carey), to a pair of straight-ahead squeezebox-fueled rockers ("This Song's Got Money Written All Over It" and "The Janitor Knows," an ode to every high school's unsung hero). The CD swings from swampy New Orleans shuffle to international cabaret, and swerves from hilarious hoedown music to funky fun. Squeeze Machine is the band's most ambitious recording yet and features new members Susie Davis (Billy Idol, Mick Jagger, Sheila E.), Carri Abrahms, and Michael Messer.

SANDI & THE ACCENTS
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THE ACCENTS
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CD: $12.25 (US) - NEW
($11.03 with *discount)
GLOBE RECORDS
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2007
oldies, pop, soul, rock, rhythm & blues: Sandi and the Accents was the premier rock 'n' roll band of the mid-sixties in San Diego. Their first single, Better Watch Out Boy, climbed to the top ten in San Diego and top 20 in LA in 1964, and was followed by three top 20 singles in the region. They appeared on television shows like those of Lloyd Thaxton and Regis Philbin, and routinely sold out the largest venues in Southern California. They opened for The Rolling Stones, The Byrds, Herman's Hermits, The Righteous Brothers, and The Coasters, and according to a regional radio station poll were more popular than any band except The Beatles. This CD is a compilation of their hits together with live recordings of their fans' favorites. Members include Tony Johnson, Sandi Rouse & Gabe Lapano. Included in this CD are the Accents' four original singles and fourteen tracks recorded live at the San Diego Community Concourse and other venues in 1965 and 1966. You may have been there! The sound quality is not up to today's standards but the performances are everything you remember and more.

THOSE DARN ACCORDIONS
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LAWNBALL
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CD: $11.25 (US) - NEW
($10.12 with *discount)
GLOBE RECORDS
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2004
rock, accordion, novelty, polka, pop: Big Sale! TDA's sixth release finds the San Francisco-based band once again powering through an electric set of original, squeezebox-fueled rock and pop songs. The new CD is (of course) infused with TDA's easygoing humor and wry take on the world with (gasp!) even a bit of heartwarming sentiment stirred into the eclectic musical melting pot. "Lawnball" also finds the band breaking out of the ''all accordions, all the time" mode with a few special guest spots: Bay Area artists lending a hand include Nik Phelps (trumpet) and Jim Rothermel (clarinet). While accordions are still undeniably the name of the game on "Lawnball," the additional instruments are a happy addition to the sonic mix; bandleader Paul Rogers couldn't resist sprinkling in some piano and acoustic guitar as well. Classic rockers Edgar Winter and Led Zeppelin get the nod this time around for TDA's twisted cover treatment, with a blistering version of Winter's "Frankenstein" and a wailing medley of Zeppelin's "Whole Lotta Love" and "Black Dog" rounding out the record. The Zeppelin medley features new band member Susie Davis on lead vocals. She is a veteran of the rock arenas, with an impressive list of major tours to her credit, including stints with Sheila E, Mick Jagger, Daryl Hall, Pat Benatar and Melissa Etheridge. TDA also welcomes vocalist/accordionist Carri Abrahms into the fold on "Lawnball." Her credits include the San Francisco Symphony Choir as well as a tour of duty with San Francisco-based band Rosin Coven. TDA veterans Suzanne Garramone (accordion, vocals), Lewis Wallace (bass guitar) and Bill Schwartz (drums) complete the package.

COMMANDER CODY & HIS LOST PLANET AIRMEN
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HOT TO TROT, THE BEST OF
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CD: $13.75 (US) - NEW
($12.38 with *discount)
AKARMA
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2002
rock, pop, rockabilly, country: Featuring the roots guitar virtuosity of Bill Kirchen, Commander Cody & His Lost Planet Airmen produced some of the finest country boogie, rockabilly, honky tonk & western swing of the 1970s, and managed to have a Top 10 hit along the way with "Hot Rod Lincoln". All the Commander Cody great ones are packed together in this fine Akarma digipak.

VARIOUS ARTISTS
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DOUBLE SHOT POP ALTERNATIVE
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CD: $6.25 (US) - NEW
($5.62 with *discount)
WARNER B ROS
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2000
pop, alternative, rock: 2-Disc Set. Disc 1: La. Song - Beth Hart, Barely Breathing - Duncan Sheik, My Sister - The Juliana Hatfield Three, Beautiful John - Madder Rose, Feed The Tree - Belly, 1 Kissed A Girl - Jill Sobule, Room - The B-52's, Popular - Nada Surf, Windfall - Son Volt, Bad Reputation - Freedy Johnston, It's A Shame About Ray- Lemonheads, Saturn Girl - Paula Cole, Disc 2: Moment Of Weakness -Bif Naked, She Don't Use Jelly - The Flaming Lips, Colour Me - Dot Allison, Bizarre Love Trinagle - Frente!, Whoever You Are Geggy - Tan, Suicide Blonde - Inxs, Sugar Water - Cibo Matto, Best Bit - Beth Orton, Here & Now - Letters To Clio, Golfshirt - Nerf Herder, Corning Up Rows - Owsley, Everyday Is Like Sunday - Morrissey

LAVAY SMITH & HER RED HOT SKILLET LICKERS
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EVERYBODY'S TALKIN' 'BOUT MISS THING!
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CD: $13.25 (US) - NEW
($11.93 with *discount)
FAT NOTE
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2000
vocals, jazz, pop, swing: The queen of the modern swing movement is back in fine form with the follow-up to her smash debut "One Hour Mama" which sold over 37,000 copies in the U.S. - the jazz vocalist & her 10 piece band romp through 16 hilarious, provocative tunes which are a mix of classic American styles, inc. swing, bebop, salsa, jump blues & New Orleans R&B, feat. 6 originals, many classics & several obscure gems arrangements by David Berger (arranger for Wynton Marsalis)

SINEAD O'CONNOR
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FAITH AND COURAGE [USED]
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CD: $4.25 (US) - USED
($3.83 with *discount)
ATLANTIC
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2000
pop, rock: As a controversial artist who's confounded and even repelled fans, Sinead O'Connor returns with a pop triumph. Demonstrating an ability to move fluidly from raucous rock to ethereal reggae, O'Connor's pop sensibilities sparkle without sacrificing her hard-won wisdom and spiritual enlightenment. used (very good condition)

TONI BRAXTON
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THE HEAT
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CD: $10.00 (US) - NEW
($9.00 with *discount)
LAFACE RECORDS
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2000
rhythm & blues, Pop: Personnel includes: Dr. Dre, Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes (vocals); Teddy Bishop (various instruments, keyboards, programming); Rodney Jerkins, Keri, Keith Crouch (various instruments); Babyface (acoustic & electric guitars, keyboards, vocoder, background vocals); Dean Parks, John Smith, Kevin Hicks, Michael Thompson (guitar); Greg Phillinganes (piano); Dorian "Soul Dog" Daniels (keyboards, bass); David Foster, Daryl Simmons, Ray Edwards (keyboards); Nathan East (bass); Jazze Pha, Chris Jennings, Felipe Elgueta, Simon Franklen, Tony Williams (programming); Sue Ann Carwell, Sheree Ford-Payne, Pamela Cook, Trina Braxton, Sara Martin, Deborah Killings (background vocals). Producers include: Keri, Babyface, David Foster, Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins, Keith Crouch. Engineers: Paul Boutin, Keri, Harvey Mason, Jr. "He Wasn't Man Enough" won the 2001 Grammy Award for Best Female R&B Vocal Performance. The song was also nominated for the 2001 Grammy Award for Best R&B Song. THE HEAT was nominated for the 2001 Grammy Award for Best R&B Album. While THE HEAT has no shortage of attention-grabbing hooks, R&B songbird Toni Braxton doesn't go for any of the grand gestures that her stardom would allow. Instead, she plays it agreeably cool, downplaying the vocal pyrotechnics that are the downfall of so many lesser R&B singers. Even Dr. Dre's guest appearance on "Just Be a Man About It" nods to the sensual recitatives and bedside manners of '70s love men like Barry White. The rapid-fire lyrics on "Maybe" are definitely informed by hip-hop vocal rhythms, but the track nevertheless retains a distinctly low-key feel. Meanwhile, the appropriately titled "Spanish Guitar" marks an interruption of the other songs' predominantly electronic textures while remaining consistent with the sensuous, romantic mood. Ultimately, The Heat is an album intended for the fireside rather than the dance floor, and as such, it finds Braxton acquitting herself admirably

RHYTHMTOWN-JIVE,THE CJB, ETC, VARIOUS ARTISTS
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GLOBE COMPILATION 2000
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CD: $4.50 (US) - NEW
($4.05 with *discount)
GLOBE RECORDS
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1999
pop,blues, rhythm & blues, jazz,collections: Big Sale! This compilation is a salute to the next thousand years with a mondo-festive South American feel that features Rhythmtown-Jive, The Christmas Jug Band (Dan Hicks, Paul Rogers, Austin deLone, Tim Eschliman, et al), many others from the Globe Roster, special guest vocalist Susie Davis (Prince, Pat Benatar), a rousing Dixieland finale, and lots of kids from the Wilson School (Petaluma, CA). The choruses are sung in English, but nine other languages speak translated versions throughout the piece (French, Italian, Mandarin Chinese, Hawaiian, Greek, Spanish, Japanese, Cajun French, and German). This is a CD single AND a Globe Records Compilation. There are full-length and edited versions of "Happy New Millenium" as well as 9 bonus tracks from recent Globe Records and Loball Releases.

LAVAY SMITH & HER RED HOT SKILLET LICKERS
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ONE HOUR MAMA
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FAT NOTE
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1996
vocals, jazz, pop, swing: 11 tracks from San Francisco vocalist who sings in the style of Ma Rainey, Bessie Smith & Ida Cox, backed-up by Bill Stewart/Harvey Robb/Noel Jewkes-sax, Larry Leight-trmb, Charlie Siebert-gtr + others

DAVID BOWIE
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JUMP
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CD-ROM (Mac): $7.25 (US) - NEW
($6.53 with *discount)
ION
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1994
pop, rock: Interactive CD-Rom w/videos & background on the Black Tie White Noise album. Still sealed. OUT OF PRINT. Experience David Bowie's musical vision in this interactive CD-ROM (for MAC, System 7 or greater) featuring never before seen footage.

JESSE COLIN YOUNG
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THE HIGHWAY IS FOR HEROES [PROMO]
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Cassette Sale!: $3.25 (US) - NEW
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CYPRESS RECORDS
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1987
rock, pop: with special guest Rob Wasserman. Produced by Jesse Colin Young. includes The Highway Is For Heroes, Erica, Young Girls, When You Dance, the Master, Dreams Take Flight, Do It Slow, T-Bone Shuffle, Before You Came. promo copy

BAXTER BROTHERS
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GET UP!
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LP: $3.75 (US) - NEW
($3.38 with *discount)
GLOBE RECORDS
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1986
rock, pop: Paul Rogers (leader of Those Darn Accordions!) early pop/rock vinyl EP of great originals featuring Ronnie Appelman, Michael Lindner and Craig Jackson with special guests Austin deLone (Nick Lowe, Commander Cody), Terry Baker and Doug Kilmer ("Spirirt in the Sky"). Engineered by Marc Senesac. The first release of Globe Records!

MOONLIGHTERS
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RUSH HOUR
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LP: $9.85 (US) - NEW
($8.87 with *discount)
DEMON
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1983
rock, pop, rockabilly: Pop groove rockabilly English import recorded in London, produced by Nick Lowe with Bill Kirchen (original Commander Cody - Lost Planet Airman), Tony Johnson (from Jr. Walker,Sandy & the Accents, writer of "Midnight in Memphis," from "The Rose" with Bette Midler), Austin de Lone and Tim Eschliman (Rhythmtown-Jive). Features the deLone/Eschliman compostion, "All Tore Up'," from the movie Roadhouse 66. New copy. Very slightly shop worn cover.

MOONLIGHTERS
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RUSH HOUR [PROMO]
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($7.42 with *discount)
DEMON
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1983
rock, pop, rockabilly: Promo copies of Pop groove rockabilly English import recorded in London, produced by Nick Lowe with Bill Kirchen (original Commander Cody - Lost Planet Airman), Tony Johnson (from Jr. Walker,Sandy & the Accents, writer of "Midnight in Memphis," from "The Rose" with Bette Midler), Austin de Lone and Tim Eschliman (Rhythmtown-Jive). Features the deLone/Eschliman compostion, "All Tore Up'," from the movie Roadhouse 66.

MOONLIGHTERS
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RUSH HOUR [PROMO]
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LP: $8.85 (US) - USED, NEAR MINT
($7.96 with *discount)
DEMON
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1983
rock, pop, rockabilly: used, near mint copy of Pop groove rockabilly English import recorded in London, produced by Nick Lowe with Bill Kirchen (original Commander Cody - Lost Planet Airman), Tony Johnson (from Jr. Walker,Sandy & the Accents, writer of "Midnight in Memphis," from "The Rose" with Bette Midler), Austin de Lone and Tim Eschliman (Rhythmtown-Jive). Features the deLone/Eschliman compostion, "All Tore Up'," from the movie Roadhouse 66.

MOONLIGHTERS
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MIDNIGHT IN MEMPHIS 45 [PROMO]
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45 rpm 7" vinyl: $2.25 (US) - NEW
($2.02 with *discount)
AMHEARST
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1977
country, rock, pop: 45 RPM single from the first Moonlighters album, "The Moonlighters". promo copy (white label) with stereo mix on one side, mono on the other. promo copy


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