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Feb242015

Autographed Foghat!

Tuesday
Feb242015

Autographed Johnny Mathis!

AUTOGRAPHED COPIES ARE NOW SOLD OUT but the regular version is still available. 
Thursday
Feb122015

CRAIG FULLER/ERIC KAZ

Craig Fuller and Eric Kaz Had Teamed Up in American Flyer Before Recording This 1978 Album

Before American Flyer, Fuller Had Co-Founded 
Pure Prairie League (and Co-Wrote “Amie”) and Kaz Had Been a Member of Blues Magoos and Recorded Two Solo Albums for Atlantic

Among Special Guests on Craig Fuller/Eric Kaz Were J.D. Souther, Russ & Leah Kunkel, Leland Sklar, Michael McDonald and Leo Sayer

Produced by Val Garay (Kim Carnes, James Taylor, Linda Ronstadt, Ringo Starr, Santana, Etc.)

Features Definitive Version of Fuller’s “CryLike a Rainstorm,” Which Was Title Track of Linda Ronstadt’s 1978 Grammy-Nominated Album

Expanded Edition Includes Single Edition of “Annabella”

Liner Notes by Ed Osborne Feature Quotes by Eric Kaz

Remastered at Sony’s Battery Studios

Domestic CD Debut 

AVAILABLE APRIL, 7 2015 PRE-ORDER COMING SOON! 

CRAIG FULLER/ERIC KAZ: Craig Fuller/Eric Kaz (Expanded Edition). CD

 Craig Fuller and Eric Kaz had already teamed up in American Flyer (along with Blood, Sweat & Tears’ Steve Katz and the Velvet Underground’s Doug Yule) before they collaborated on this 1978 album, but their pedigrees went way farther back than that band. Fuller made his debut with J.D.

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Thursday
Feb122015

CANNONBALL ADDERLEY 

  • Tenor Saxophonist Julian “Cannonball” Adderley Is One of the Greatest Ever to Play the Instrument

  • His Final Project Was Big Man, a Musical Play Based on the Legend of John Henry

  • Released as a 2-LP Set with a Libretto, BigMan Featured Music from Adderley and His Then-Current Musical Associates Including Brother Nat Adderley, George Duke (Using the Alias “Dawilli Gonga”), Roy McCurdy, Airto Moreira, Carol Kaye and others

  • Vocal Cast Included Lead Vocalist Joe Williams,
    Randy Crawford (Making Her Professional Debut) and Robert Guillaume (Soap, Benson)

  • Our Real Gone Reissue Features Liner Notes by Bill Kopp Boasting Quotes from Robert Guillaume Plus the Full Libretto

  • Remastered by Joe Tarantino

  • Worldwide CD Debut 

    AVAILABLE APRIL, 7 2015 PRE-ORDER COMING SOON! 

    CANNONBALL ADDERLEY: Big Man—The Legend of John Henry. CD

    In what would turn out to be the final years of his short life, jazz great Julian “Cannonball” Adderley embarked on a number of ambitious, genre-stretching projects. The last of these was 1975's Big Man, the score for a musical play based on the John Henry (“the steel driving man”) American folk legend.

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    Thursday
    Feb122015

    Crumbsuckers

  • Formed in 1982 in Long Island, The Crumbsuckers Were Part of Hardcore Punk’s Second Wave and Probably the Most Musically Accomplished Band of Them All

  • Were at the Vanguard of the “Crossover” Movement of the Mid-‘80s That Merged the Power of Hardcore Punk with the Complexity of Heavy Metal

  • Their Debut Release, Life of Dreams, Was Produced by Norman Dunn, Producer of Agnostic Front and Carnivore

  • Beast on My Back, Their Second and Final Record from 1988, Featured Production by Megadeth Producer Randy Burns

  • The Crumbsuckers’ Bass Player Gary Meskil Would Go On to Form Pro-Pain

  • LinerNotesbyTonyRettman,Authorof NYHC—New York Hardcore 1980-1990

  • Remastered at Sony’s Own Battery Studios

  • A Pair of Long Out-of-Print Hardcore Classics on One CD 

    AVAILABLE APRIL, 7 2015 PRE-ORDER COMING SOON! 

    THE CRUMBSUCKERS: Life of Dreams/Beast on My Back. CD

    Formed in 1982 in Baldwin, Long Island, The Crumbsuckers were inspired by the initial wave of hardcore punk spearheaded in America by bands such as Los Angeles’ Black Flag, Washington D.C.’s Minor Threat and Detroit’s Negative Approach.

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    Thursday
    Feb122015

    Dusty Springfield

  • Dusty Springfield’s Sessions for the Atlantic Label Rank as Some of the Greatest Pop-Soul Recordings of All Time

  • In 1971, Dusty Recorded a Full Album and a Single Side for the Label with Famed Producer/Songwriter Jeff Barry, Husband and Songwriting Partner to Ellie Greenwich and Author of Multiple Chart-Topping Hits

  • Atlantic Released Four Tracks as Singles but the Rest of the Tracks Stayed on the Shelf for Over Two Decades Until They Were Found by Producer Jim Pierson

  • Faithful Assembles All the Jeff Barry- Produced Tracks and Presents Them in Stereo as They Were Originally Intended for Release as Dusty’s Third Album for Atlantic

  • Liner Notes by Joe Marchese

  • Package Includes Rarely Seen Photos

  • A Missing/Jumbled Part of Dusty’s August Recorded Legacy Finally Set Right 

    AVAILABLE APRIL, 7 2015 PRE-ORDER COMING SOON! 

    DUSTY SPRINGFIELD: Faithful. CD

    In 1971, Atlantic Records released a pair of Dusty Springfield singles produced by the legendary songwriter/producer Jeff Barry (one-time songwriting and romantic partner of Ellie Greenwich, and author of too many hits to name):  "Haunted"/"Nothing Is Forever" and "I Believe In You"/"Someone Who Cares."

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    Thursday
    Feb122015

    JESSE WINCHESTER

    With the Passing of Jesse Winchester a Year Ago, America Lost One of Its Great Singer- Songwriters

    Winchester’s Early Career Was Stymied by His Exile in Canada as a Draft Resister

    This Previously Unreleased Radio Broadcast Marked the First Time a Jesse Winchester Live Concert Had Been Heard in America Since He Moved to Canada

    This Montreal Concert Was Also the First-Ever Live Show Broadcast Internationally on Stereo FM Radio

    Features Such Classics as “Mississippi on My Mind,” “Brand New Tennessee Waltz” and “Yankee Lady”

    Also Includes the Underground Radio Classic “Twigs and Seeds” and Such Sterling Covers as the Everly Brothers’ “Bowling Green”

    Crystal Clear Fidelity and Fantastic Performances Featuring a Full Band

    Liner Notes by Long-Time Winchester Fan Gene Sculatti

    Added Photos

    A Major Addition to the Jesse Winchester Discography and a Timely Tribute 

    AVAILABLE APRIL, 7 2015 PRE-ORDER COMING SOON! 

    JESSE WINCHESTER: Seems Like Only Yesterday—Live in Montreal 1976. CD 

    With the passing of Jesse Winchester last year, America lost one of its truly great singer-songwriters, but here is an unexpected release that will remind both his fans and those new to his art what a remarkable talent he was. Seems Like Only Yesterday—Live in Montreal 1976 presents, for the first time anywhere since it aired, the 1976 radio broadcast from Montreal that marked the first time anyone in the United States had heard Jesse perform live since his exile in Canada as a draft resister began in the late ‘60s (it was also the first-ever live show broadcast internationally on stereo FM radio).

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    Thursday
    Feb122015

    RICK WAKEMAN

  • After Becoming a Keyboard Icon with Yes, Rick Wakeman Went On to Have a Very Successful Solo Career

  • Released in 1979, the Double Album Rhapsodies Was His Last Solo Album for the A&M Label

  • Never Before on CD in the U.S.; Previously Available Only as a Very Expensive Double-CD Japanese Release

  • Includes 17 Pieces, Featuring Versions of Gershwin’s “Rhapsody in Blue” and “Summertime”

  • Liner Notes by Bill Kopp

  • A Dizzying Blend of Styles and Moods, Anchored by Wakeman’s Prodigious Chops 

    AVAILABLE March, 31 2015 PRE-ORDER COMING SOON! 

    RICK WAKEMAN: Rhapsodies. CD

    Real Gone Music concludes its survey of Rick Wakeman’s solo recordings for the A&M label with yet another first-time-on-CD-in-the-U.S. release, this time of his last album for the label, a double-LP from 1979.

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    Thursday
    Feb122015

    GRATEFUL DEAD: DICK’S PICKS VOL. 09

    Two More Sought-After Volumes from the
 Dick’s Picks Series of Live Dead Shows, Both Out of Print for Years

    Dick’s Picks Vol. 11 Was the First-Ever Full Concert from 1972 Released by the Grateful Dead

    Features One of the Great “Dark Star” Performances with a One-Time-Only Segue into “Cumberland Blues”

    A Perfect Complement to Europe ‘72

    Dick’s Picks Vol. 9 Features Keyboardists
Vince Welnick and Bruce Hornsby Playing in Only Their Seventh and Second Shows, Respectively

    The First Dick’s Pick to Feature a Show from the ‘90s

    Peak Moments Include a Couple of Superb Jams, “Lunatic Preserve” and “No MSG Jam” 

    AVAILABLE March, 31 2015 PRE-ORDER COMING SOON! 

    GRATEFUL DEAD: Dick’s Picks Vol. 9—Madison Square Garden, New York, NY 9/16/90 (3-CD Set)

    The signs were not exactly auspicious for the tribes trekking to Madison Square Garden for this mid-September 1990 show—less than two months had passed since the death of Brent Mydland, Vince Welnick had taken over keyboard duties earlier in the month, and Bruce Hornsby had joined the band just the night before!

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    Thursday
    Feb122015

    GRATEFUL DEAD: DICK’S PICKS VOL. 11

    Two More Sought-After Volumes from the
 Dick’s Picks Series of Live Dead Shows, Both Out of Print for Years

    Dick’s Picks Vol. 11 Was the First-Ever Full Concert from 1972 Released by the Grateful Dead

    Features One of the Great “Dark Star” Performances with a One-Time-Only Segue into “Cumberland Blues”

    A Perfect Complement to Europe ‘72

    Dick’s Picks Vol. 9 Features Keyboardists
Vince Welnick and Bruce Hornsby Playing in Only Their Seventh and Second Shows, Respectively

    The First Dick’s Pick to Feature a Show from the ‘90s

    Peak Moments Include a Couple of Superb Jams, “Lunatic Preserve” and “No MSG Jam” 

    AVAILABLE March, 31 2015 PRE-ORDER COMING SOON! 


    GRATEFUL DEAD: Dick’s Picks Vol. 11—Stanley Theatre, Jersey City, NJ 9/27/72 (3-CD Set)

    Dick’s Picks Vol. 11 was not only the first concert from 1972 to be released in the series, but also was the first full concert from that hallowed year ever to be released by the Dead. At the time, it sparked some controversy—it seemed like (and still does!) every Deadhead had his or her favorite 1972 show—but as usual, compiler Dick Latvala came through with an (American) beauty, highlighted by one of the greatest “Dark Star” versions ever recorded, with a bonus of a one-time-only segue into “Cumberland Blues.”

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    Tuesday
    Jan132015

    SHANTI

  • Shanti Was Part of the Fertile Late-‘60s/ Early-‘70s Bay Area Psychedelic Rock Scene

  • Led by Tabla Master Zakir Hussain, Who Went On to Collaborate with the Grateful Dead’s Mickey Hart Among Many Others

  • Also in Shanti’s Line-Up Were Sarod Virtuoso Ashish Khan and Former Members of the Loading Zone, Cold Blood and the Travel Agency

  • Cult Classic “Raga Rock” Album Sampled by Everybody from Richard Ashcroft to Fatboy Slim

  • Liner Notes by Richie Unterberger

  • Worldwide CD Debut 

    AVAILABLE March, 10 2015 PRE-ORDER NOW! 

    SHANTI: Shanti. CD

    One of the earliest and greatest raga rock bands! Shanti’s most famous member was the legendary tabla player Zakir Hussain, who moved to Marin County in the late ‘60s and was eventually to hook up with the Grateful Dead’s Mickey Hart in the Diga Rhythm Band and Planet Drum. But before that, he formed this outfit, which also featured renowned sarod player Ashish Khan along with former members of the Loading Zone, Cold Blood and the Travel Agency.

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    Tuesday
    Jan132015

    Betty LaVette

  • Betty (Now Bettye) LaVette Is One of the Greatest Female Soul Singers Alive, with a Brand-New Album Out (Worthy) Co-Produced by Joe Henry

  • Child of the Seventies Presents Her Long-Lost Album for the Atco Label Recorded in 1972

  • Also Includes Two Tracks Unreleased Prior to This Collection, Plus Six Single Sides and Two Mono Single Versions

  • Previously Available Only in a Hard-to-Find Limited Edition

  • Liner Notes by David Nathan

  • Masterful, Gritty Soul Performances 

    AVAILABLE March, 10 2015 PRE-ORDER NOW! 

    BETTY LaVETTE: Child of the Seventies. CD

    With a brand-new album out this year (Worthy) co-produced by Joe Henry, Bettye LaVette is hotter than ever, easily one of our greatest living soul singers and still an irresistible artistic force. So, we thought the time was right to reissue this collection featuring her complete recordings for the Atco and Atlantic labels, which previously came out only in a hard-to-find limited edition.

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    Tuesday
    Jan132015

    PERRY COMO

    With 131 Chart Singles and Over 20 Charting Albums, Perry Como Is One of the Most Decorated Singers in Pop Music History

    Nevertheless, Because of His Television Shooting Schedule His Live Performances Were Somewhat Rare

    1980’s Perry Como Live on Tour Offers a Rare Chance to Hear Him Perform

    Captures Mr. C. Captivating a Live Chicago Audience with His Trademark Warmth and Charm, Plus Some Very Funny Bits of Crowd Interaction

    An Hour-Long Concert Recording

    Includes Renditions of Such Huge Hits as “Temptation,” “It’s Impossible,” “Till the End of Time,” ”Catch a Falling Star,” ”Round and Round,” and ”Don’t Let the Stars Get in Your Eyes”

    Also Includes a Number of Songs He Never Recorded Commercially

    Musical Accompaniment Provided by Como’s Long-Time Music Director Nick Perito, with Vocal Arrangements by the Great Ray Charles

    Liner Notes by Como Expert Matthew Long

    Includes Photos from the Tour Drawn from the Sony Archive

    Remastered by Sean Brennan at Battery Studios in NYC...Sounds Better Than the Original Vinyl Release

    Worldwide CD Debut 

    AVAILABLE March, 10 2015 PRE-ORDER NOW! 

    PERRY COMO: Perry Como Live on Tour. CD

    With 21 charting albums, 53 chart hits, and countless appearances on television and radio to his name, Perry Como has been awarded with virtually every accolade the music industry has to offer. But there remains one facet of his career that remains underappreciated: his skill as a live performer.

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    Tuesday
    Jan132015

    PEGGY LEE

  • Peggy Lee Is One of the Greatest Pop Vocalists of All Time

  • During the ‘50s, She Was a Regular on the Radio Airwaves, Particularly on Her Own Show Which Aired over the CBS Network and the Armed Forces Radio Service

  • However, Unlike Many of Her Peers, Peggy Has Never Enjoyed a Legitimate Retrospective of Her Radio Appearances

  • At Last—The Lost Radio Recordings Captures Peggy at Her Early-to-Mid-‘50s Peak, Performing 44 Songs She Never Recorded Commercially

  • Includes Popular Standards, Novelty Numbers, and Songs Made Famous by Such Contemporaries as Doris Day, Rosemary Clooney, Dinah Shore, Jo Stafford, Kay Starr and Margaret Whiting

  • Musical Direction by Sonny Burke and Russ Case

  • Superior Sound on Recordings Licensed from the Peggy Lee Estate and Remastered by Mike Milchner at SonicVision

  • Liner Notes by David Torresen, Long-Time Editor of PeggyLee.com, Her Official Website

  • Includes Photos from the Family Archives

  • Almost All of the Performances Have Not Been Heard Since They First Aired over the Radio Some 50 Years Ago

  • A Major, Historic Addition to the Peggy Lee Discography and Legacy 

    AVAILABLE March, 10 2015 PRE-ORDER NOW! 

    PEGGY LEE: At Last—The Lost Radio Recordings (2-CD Set)

    As one of the greatest and most popular female pop singers working during radio’s Golden Age, Peggy Lee made her share of appearances on the dial, particularly on her own radio show that, starting in 1951, was broadcast over the CBS network and the Armed Forces Radio Service.

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    Tuesday
    Jan132015

    Johnny Mathis

    • Johnny Mathis Is One of the Greatest Pop Vocalists of All Time, with over 70 Charting Albums and 50 Charting Singles to His Credit
    • Best Known for His Balladry, Mathis Took a Stylistic Detour in the ‘70s and Made a Pair of Cult Classic Albums with Philly Soul Legend Thom Bell (Delfonics, Stylistics, Spinners)
    • Life Is a Song Worth Singing—The Complete Thom Bell Sessions Presents Both Albums in Their Entirety with Bonus Tracks
    • 1973’s I’m Coming Home Features the Hit Title Track and the Top 10 AC Hit “Life Is a Song Worth Singing,” Plus Versions of the Stylistics Classics “I’m Stone in Love with You” and “Stop, Look, Listen (To Your Heart)”
    • Also Includes Two Unreleased Thom Bell Instrumental Versions of “I’m Stone in Love with You” and “And I Think That’s What I’ll Do”
    • 1977’s Mathis Is Makes Its Worldwide CD Debut with a Bonus Single Version of “Loving You—Losing You”
    • The 2-CD, 29-Track Set Also Includes Five Other Mathis-Bell Productions Dating from 1972 to 2008
    • Liner Notes by Joe Marchese Feature Exclusive Quotes from Johnny Mathis Himself 
    • Remastered by Sean Brennan at Battery Studios in NYC 
    • A Unique Pairing of Two Pop Music Giants 

    AUTOGRAPHED COPIES ARE NOW SOLD OUT but the regular version is still available. 

    The first 50 customers to buy the LP from us get an autographed version. First-come, first-served, only one autographed copy per customers order allowed

    AVAILABLE March, 10 2015 PRE-ORDER NOW! 

    JOHNNY MATHIS: Life Is a Song Worth Singing—The Complete Thom Bell Sessions (2-CD Set)

    In 1973, Johnny Mathis boarded the love train with the destination of Philadelphia.  The velvet-voiced vocalist was already a music legend when he teamed with Thom Bell, architect of the Philadelphia soul sound via his groundbreaking work with The Delfonics, The Stylistics and The Spinners.

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    Tuesday
    Jan132015

    BOB CREWE

    The Late, Great Bob Crewe was “The Fifth Season” and One of Pop Music’s True Renaissance Men as a Songwriter, Producer, Singer, Artist & Entrepreneur

    With Bob Gaudio, Crewe Produced Most of the Four Seasons’ Biggest Hits

    Crewe Also Wrote Such Legendary Tunes as “Can’t Take My Eyes off You,” “Jenny, Take a Ride” and “Lady Marmalade”

    During 1976 & 1977, Crewe Was Signed to Elektra Records, Where He Recorded Two Albums, Neither of Which Have Been Out on CD in the U.S.

    1976’s Street Talk Resurrected The Bob Crewe Generation for a “Disco-Rock-Ballet” Concept Album Aimed at Broadway

    1977’s Motivation Teamed Crewe with Jerry Wexler and Famed Muscle Shoals Session Man Barry Beckett for a Singer- Songwriter Album Inspired by Carole King’s Tapestry

    The Complete Elektra Recordings Includes Both Albums on a 2-CD Set Jammed with a Host of Never-on-CD Bonus Tracks Featuring Rare Singles and Re-Mixes

    The Complete Elektra Recordings Also Marks the First Collaboration Between Real Gone Music and Online Music Reissue Maven Site The Second Disc

    Liner Notes by The Second Disc’s Own Joe Marchese

    A Timely Tribute to a Pop Music Giant 

    AVAILABLE March, 10 2015 PRE-ORDER NOW!

    BOB CREWE: The Complete Elektra Recordings (2-CD Set)

    What do “Can’t Take My Eyes Off You,” “Jenny, Take a Ride” and “Lady Marmalade” all have in common?  Each one of those songs came from the pen from Bob Crewe.

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    Tuesday
    Jan132015

    THE J. GEILS BAND

  • 1973’s Bloodshot Was The J.Geil Band’s Third Studio Album, and Their First Top Ten Album

  • Recognized as an Artistic Highpoint for the Band

  • Includes Such Geils Classics as “Give It to Me,” “Southside Shuffle” and “”(Ain’t Nothin’ but a) House Party”

  • Released on Limited Edition Red Vinyl Just Like the Original Release

  • All Other Original Album Art Intact Including Retro LP Labels

  • Lacquer Cutting and Remastering by Peter Black

  • First Time LP Reissue 

    AVAILABLE March, 3 2015 PRE-ORDER NOW!

    J. Geils Band: Bloodshot (LIMITED EDITION 180-GRAM LP RELEASE)

    Despite a couple of previous worthy studio efforts to their name, when Bloodshot came out in 1973, the J. Geils Band was best known for being a smokin hot live act, a reputation bolstered by the success of their previous album, Live Full House, which was their highest-charting record to date.

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    Tuesday
    Jan132015

    FOGHAT

  • Foghat Live Is One of Rock and Roll’s Great Live Albums, and One of the Great Albums of the ‘70s

  • Features the Classic Line-up of “Lonesome” Dave Peverett, Rod Price, Craig MacGregor and Roger Earl

  • 180-Gram Vinyl

  • Reproduces Original Die-Cut Jacket and Cardboard Full-Color Inner “Eurosleeve”

  • Features Boogie Classics “I Just Want to Make Love to You” and “Slow Ride” and a Live Version of the Hit “Fool for the City”

  • Lacquer Cutting and Remastering by Peter Black

  • First-Time LP Reissue 

    The first 50 customers to buy the LP from us get an autographed cover by Roger Earl, Foghat's original drummer who is still leading them on tour some 40 years later?. First-come, first-served, only one autographed copy per customers order allowed

    AVAILABLE March, 3 2015 PRE-ORDER NOW!

    Foghat: Live (LIMITED EDITION 180-GRAM LP RELEASE) 

    It s one of the greatest rock n roll live albums of all time, and one of the greatest rock n roll albums of the 70s, period.

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    Monday
    Dec082014

    RAY KENNEDY

    • Ray Kennedy Wrote “Sail On Sailor” with Brian Wilson, and Wrote/Recorded/Toured with Jeff Beck, Aerosmith, Fleetwood Mac, Dave Mason, Michael Schenker and Many More Top Artists

    • Kennedy Was Also the “K” in Supergroup KGB That Included Barry Goldberg and Mike Bloomfield

    • This 1980 Solo Album Was Produced by David Foster and Featured Jeff Porcaro, Steve Lukather and Bill Champlin in Supporting Roles

    • Includes the Hits “Just for the Moment” and “Starlight”

    • Expanded Edition Includes an Unreleased Track, Two Unreleased Original Mixes and a Single Version of “Starlight”

    • Liner Notes by Gene Sculatti

    • Worldwide CD Debut 

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    RAY KENNEDY: Ray Kennedy (Expanded Edition)

    The late Ray Kennedy wrote, recorded and toured with a Who’s Who list of musicians, including Brian Wilson (“Sail On Sailor”), Jeff Beck, Aerosmith, Fleetwood Mac, Dave Mason, Michael Schenker and many more.

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    Monday
    Dec082014

    JOHN HALL

    • John Hall Founded the Group Orleans and Co-Wrote Their Two Biggest Hits, “Still the One” and “Dance with Me”

    • Hall Also Co-Founded Musicians United for Safe Energy Along with Jackson Browne, Bonnie Raitt & Graham Nash, and Became a Two-Term Congressman for New York’s 19th Congressional District

    • This 1979 Album Marries His Musical and Political Concerns on Songs Like “Power” and “So”

    • Features Guest Stars James Taylor, Carly Simon, Tony Levin and
      Jon Pousette-Dart

    • Expanded Edition Includes a Bonus Single Side, “Plutonium Is Forever”

    • Liner Notes by Gene Sculatti

    • Worldwide CD Debut 

    ORDER NOW!

    JOHN HALL: Power (Expanded Edition). CD 

    Sure, various congressmen have dabbled in music, but how many congressmen founded a platinum-selling band?! Well, 2007-2011 U.S. Representative for New York’s 19th congressional district John Hall did…in fact, he not only started Orleans, but wrote (along with then-wife Johanna Hall) their two big hits, “Still the One” and Dance with Me!”

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