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Green Day - Dookie Vinyl LP. Green Day - Dookie Vinyl LPSide 11. Burnout2. Having A Blast3. Chump4. Longview

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Paradise [LP][Explicit]
Paradise [LP][Explicit]
Vinyl LP pressing. 2012 eight song mini album from the New York-based singer, songwriter and performer, the follow-up to her enormously successful Born To Die album. . She has described herself as a "gangsta Nancy Sinatra" and cites Britney Spears, Thomas Newman and Bruce Springsteen as her musical influences. Lana Del Rey's direct influences were visual as well as musical; David Lynch, soundtracks for `50s black and white movies, the whirring sound of the Ferris at Coney Island, fame itself.

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Plainly Mistaken
Plainly Mistaken
On his playfully subversive fourth solo album, Nathan Bowles (Steve Gunn, Pelt, Black Twig Pickers) extends his acclaimed banjo and percussion practice into the full-band realm for the first time, showcasing both delicate solo meditations and smoldering, swinging ensemble explorations featuring Casey Toll (Jake Xerxes Fussell, Mt. Moriah) on double bass and Rex McMurry (CAVE) on drums. As he considers the cycles of deceit and self-deception that shape both our personal and political lives, a mixed mood of melancholy and merriment permeates Bowles’s own compositions as well as the interpretive material, which draws from traditional Appalachian repertoires and the diverse songbooks of Julie Tippetts, Cousin Emmy, and Silver Apples. “Nathan is brainy and bookish and likes whiskey. He has that intense air that can fall away to mirth. His approach to music appears curious, knowledgeable, playful, intuitive, still. He knows he has a thing going on, and that he can apply that thing to things! To many different things. Maybe that thing is the grand blankness of seeing everything at once. Or maybe it is a pinhole vision that soothes and subjects in its narrowness. “I think these new songs nurture their dialectic opposites, and that is their appeal—the drone has the aspect of melody, the melody has the aspect of drone. I don’t think Nathan has ever ridden a dolphin, but I think if faced with the task he would cotton quick. That’s how I see his approach to his music.” – Bill Callahan Plainly Mistaken, the playfully subversive fourth solo album by Durham, North Carolina multi-instrumentalist Nathan Bowles, begins with a lullaby written by a child for an adult. The seven year-old Jessica Constable composed “Now If You Remember”—the titular lyric continues, precociously, “we were talking about God and you”—for English singer Julie Tippetts’s 1976 album Sunset Glow. Bowles’s ethereal rendering represents a rather radical departure from his previous recordings; his placidly plaintive singing has been stripped of its otherwise genial, ursine gruffness, and the brief song floats by on the sedative ebb tide of banjo and pianos both acoustic and electric. Following that role reversal—a child assuming the role of parental bedtime bard—is the ten and a half minute-long album centerpiece “The Road Reversed,” a reversal (and vast expansion) of previous directions both sonic and congregational. Here, and throughout Plainly Mistaken, Bowles extends his acclaimed solo banjo and percussion practice into the full-band realm for the first time, showcasing both delicate solo meditations and smoldering, swinging ensemble explorations. “The Road Reversed” introduces the growling, bowed double bass of Casey Toll (Jake Xerxes Fussell, Mt. Moriah) and the rigorously precise minimalist drumming of Rex McMurry (CAVE), both of whom feature on five of the nine tracks herein and are integral to the record’s ambitious palette and limber but exacting rhythmic structures. “The Road Reversed” likewise introduces, and lays authoritative claim to, the full compositional extent and capacity of this unorthodox banjo-bass-drums trio, the spacious sonority of which might best be described as arboreal in texture and heft. No instrument impinges on the frequency of another—instead, they feel like towering ligneous parallels, great swaying longleaf pines that arc and bend perilously together in heavy winds, groaning in head-nodding 5/4 time but remaining upright and rooted. Plainly Mistaken, its title apt, adjusts assumptions we might have made about the scope and scale of Nathan’s music, which sounds both more exquisitely controlled and more dangerously unleashed than ever before. We hear here his ever restless roving between the poles of Appalachian and Piedmont string band traditions and ecstatic drone. In the former category are his percolating full-band rerecording of Ernie Carpenter’s “Elk River Blues” (wh...

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Footloose (Special Collector's Edition)
Footloose (Special Collector's Edition)
Footloose jumps with spirit, dazzling dance numbers and an electrifying musical score. It portrays the timeless struggle between innocent pleasure and rigid morality, when city-boy Ren McCormick (Kevin Bacon) finds himself in an uptight Midwestern town where dancing has been banned. Ren revolts with best friend Willard (Chris Penn) and the minister's daughter (Lori Singer). A treasury of Top 10 songs: Kenny Loggins' "Footloose," Shalamar's "Dancing In The Sheets," Deniece Williams's "Let's Hear It For The Boy," Bonnie Tyler's "Holding Out for A Hero," and the Footloose love theme, "Almost Paradise."

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Common Thread: The Songs of the Eagles
Common Thread: The Songs of the Eagles
1. Take It Easy - Travis Tritt 3:32 2. Peaceful Easy Feeling - Little Texas 4:19 3. Desperado - Clint Black 3:38 4. Heartache Tonight - John Anderson 4:23 5. Tequila Sunrise - Alan Jackson 2:53 6. Take It to the Limit - Suzy Bogguss 4:32 7. I Can't Tell You Why - Vince Gill 4:04 8. Lyin' Eyes - Diamond Rio 6:30 9. New Kid in Town - Trisha Yearwood 5:07 10. Saturday Night - Billy Dean 3:25 11. Already Gone - Tanya Tucker 5:00 12. Best of My Love - Brooks & Dunn 4:38 13. The Sad Café - Lorrie Morgan 4:45

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Ally McBeal: A Very Ally Christmas
Ally McBeal: A Very Ally Christmas
Ally McBeal has dominated television for three years, so why not a Christmas album for fans who number 20 million or more? Truth be told, this is really a Vonda Shepard record (she's Ally's TV singing voice), with a little help from the McBeal cast, including Ally (née Calista Flockhart), who successfully tries on Eartha Kitt's silly, sassy, seductive "Santa Baby." With 14 tracks and Macy Gray's distinctive "Winter Wonderland" included, the album covers lots of turf, as Shepard and company cover hymns and carols that are sparsely arranged and appealing for their soulful simplicity. Shepard's soprano talent continues to reveal its many riches. Here's a singer who's at home in a gut-bucket blues tune such as "Please Come Home for Christmas" and strolling down Broadway, joyfully swinging on "The Man with the Bag." Additional surprises include Shepard's duet with Robert Downey Jr. on "White Christmas" and Joni Mitchell's "River." Recommended. --Martin Keller

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Born To Die [2 CD Paradise Edition][Explicit][Revise
Born To Die [2 CD Paradise Edition][Explicit][Revise
Expanded two CD edition of her 2011 album includes the deluxe 15 song version of her album Born To Die packaged with the 2012 mini Album Paradise. 2012 release from the New York-based singer, songwriter and performer. She has described herself as a "gangsta Nancy Sinatra" and cites Britney Spears, Thomas Newman and Bruce Springsteen as her musical influences. Lana Del Rey's direct influences were visual as well as musical; David Lynch, soundtracks for `50s black and white movies, the whirring sound of the Ferris at Coney Island, fame itself.

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Paradise Valley
Paradise Valley
Limited 180gm vinyl LP pressing includes bonus CD edition. 2013 album from the Grammy Award-winning singer, songwriter, and musician John Mayer returns with Paradise Valley, which he produced with longtime collaborator Don Was. Was has worked on albums for acts such as the Rolling Stones, B.B. King and Bonnie Raitt. The first single is the track 'Paper Doll'.

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Paradise Theater
Paradise Theater
Originally released in 1981, Paradise Theater satisfied both camps of writers within the band, with classic hard rock tracks (from Tommy Shaw and James Young) as well as pop sensibilities (written by Dennis De Young). Hits include 'Too Much Time On My Hands', 'The Best of Times' 'And Rockin' The Paradise.' Now available on 180 gram vinyl.

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Baby Newton: Discovering Shapes (DVD)
Baby Newton: Discovering Shapes (DVD)
Parents Choice recommendation, Baby Newton Discovering Shapes DVD is hosted by colorful and playful puppets who take your child on a field trip through a shape-filled world of sights, motion and sound. DVD Features: * Baby Newton Discovering Shapes Video * Discovery Cards * Puppet Shows * Baby Einstein Catalog * Baby Newton Toy Chest Age: 1 year + Awards: Kids First! Endorsement. END

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