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Jimmy Lloyd - Where The Rio De Rosa Flows / (We've Reached) The Beginning Of The End - Roulette RCW 7001 DJ

Jimmy Lloyd

Where The Rio De Rosa Flows / (We've Reached) The Beginning Of The End

Roulette : RCW 7001 DJ (45s)

Condition! Condition! Condition!

An amazingly clean 1957 Rockabilly promo, still housed in its original birth-sleeve. Rare condition indeed.

Kentuckian Country artist with a penchant for a lively dance recording, with his first rocker. A twangy guitar led bopper, with piano pulse decorating the background. Jimmy's gritty upstretched vocal is at ease with the pace, as his words flow with ease as the backing build. A marvellous guitar break then adorns this already attractive Rockabilly romp.

A year later Jimmy would co-write the Rockabilly classic "I Got a Rocket in My Pocket," again released on the Roulette label, but this rocker was his first for the label.

A real down country artist with two seriously appreciated rockers on the same label.

This listing in real standout condition.

Condition Report

two clean promo labels, vinyl is beautifully clean revealing only fine light sleeve storage hairlines under direct light, as you can hear it plays flawless. still housed in it's original birth sleeve

two clean promo labels, vinyl is beautifully clean revealing only fine light sleeve storage hairlines under direct light, as you can hear it plays flawless. still housed in it's original birth sleeve

I. Roy / Skatalites - War And Affection / Franco Nero - Caribbean CBN 305

I. Roy / Skatalites

War And Affection / Franco Nero

Caribbean : CBN 305 (45s)

1976 Bunny Lee project, killer Roots with the Satellites coming in on the b-side with a ghostly instrumental version.

Both sides lifted from his highly regarded album "Bald Head Dread" from the same year. This is the elusive British 7" 45 release in spectacular condition.

A haunting floater benefitting from the flute caressed trippy arrangement, effortlessly cradling Roy Reid's message through this narcotic experience. Eerie Roots at it's most effective..

Flip it over to fully appreciate the skill involved building up the backing track.

Two strong tunes on a very elusive 7" 45. In rather special condition..

Condition Report

Two flawless labels, 4 prong centrepiece intact. Vinyl has full gloss, revealing only the merest blemishes under light/. Looks and plays mint minus.

Two flawless labels, 4 prong centrepiece intact. Vinyl has full gloss, revealing only the merest blemishes under light/. Looks and plays mint minus.

Hugh-Roy-Henry - Baby / Version - Opportunity Blank RE 5745

Hugh-Roy-Henry

Baby / version

Opportunity Blank : RE 5745 (45s)

1971 Rupie Edwards production, that featured as the last track of 16 on the 2001 compilation "Rupie's Scorchers: Classic Early Success Productions 1969-1971" but so very rare as the original 45 blank that suffered from mastering problems. This copy is an original blank with the label with erroneous crediting. To the Righteous Flames.

A session notable for the weird amplifier adjustments that sound more like a recording flaw than the weird sound effect being sought. A unique experiment that didn't quite work as intended, but Rupie went to press anyway. Making this disc an extremely elusive 45, matrix DSR RE 5745. Manufactured and distributed by Success Records of Kingston.

This copy has MINT minus vinyl and clean labels.

Condition Report

Flawless vinyl, the echoing muffle is in the mastering. fine clean labels.

Flawless vinyl, the echoing muffle is in the mastering. fine clean labels.

Berry Street Station - Soho / Karla - Zuma LC 645

Berry Street Station

Soho / Karla

Zuma: LC 645 (45s)

Totally weird and hideously rare Major Bill Smith cocktail of Funk/Popcorn/Exotica complete with a clean picture cover... so very sought after for more reasons than just being impossible to find.

Haunting, groovy, psychedelically addictive instrumental with a young lady's vocal writhing in pleasure or is it pain? Whilst a laidback guitar peppers the blanket of strings as the harmonica intrusions add another layer to this instrumental's intriguing uniqueness. As "Karla" captivates your mind... just so far off-the-wall it becomes a real killer session that demands 3, 4 or even 5 plays before you can put it down.

Flip it over for more weirdness, an instrumental that purports to be a soundtrack for a B-movie "Karla" that most scholars think does not exist... or could it be the 1969 Porn movie, starring Joe Sarno. More devilish intrigue piles up with the lady on the cover, stretched out on the carpet. What a cool picture cover tease it is, for that movie or maybe not.. nobody seems quite sure.

What we do know is.. this is insanely RARE and "Soho" is an addictive slab of "Strange" and we love doing serious weird rarities on this page..

Condition Report

Flawless clean bright crisp sky-blue labels. Vinyl is unblemished, picture cover is a clean EX +.

Flawless clean bright crisp sky-blue labels. Vinyl is unblemished, picture cover is a clean EX +.

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