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Julie London - Latin in a Satin Mood (1963)
Posted By : chpoof | Date : 10 Jun 2022 23:08 | Comments : 3

Julie London - Latin in a Satin Mood (1963)
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Following the trend of exotic and Latin-themed albums of the late 50's and early 60's such as Peggy Lee's Latin ala Lee, Henry Mancini's Mr. Lucky Goes Latin, and Rosemary Clooney and Perez Prado's A Touch of Tabasco, Julie London released Latin in a Satin Mood in 1963 on Liberty Records. The songs were arranged and conducted by Ernie Freeman. Reissued on CD in Japan in 1991, it is now out of print and one of the most sought after discs in her catalogue.
Chaka Khan - Chaka Khan (1982)
Posted By : chpoof | Date : 10 Jun 2022 01:40 | Comments : 4

Chaka Khan - Chaka Khan (1982)
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Oh the heels of her gold-selling What Cha' Gonna Do for Me album from 1981, the following year Chaka Khan released her fourth LP for Warner, a self-titled album produced by Arif Mardin. Taken from it, the single "Got to Be There," a cover of Michael Jackson's 1971 hit, peaked at No. 5 on the R&B Singles Chart and No. 67 on the Pop Singles Chart. "Tearin' It Up" reached No. 48 on the R&B Singles Chart. One track, "Be Bop Medley," won Arif and Chaka a Grammy Award for Best Vocal Arrangement for Two or More Voices. The album rose to No. 5 on the R&B Albums Chart and No. 52 on the Pop Albums Chart. Two years later Chaka would achieve tremendous success with her next solo album, I Feel for You.

Chaka Khan was released on CD in Japan but is now long out print. It remains the most sought after disc in her catalogue.
Rosemary Clooney - Sings Country Hits From the Heart (1963)
Posted By : chpoof | Date : 09 Jun 2022 00:51 | Comments : 3

Rosemary Clooney - Sings Country Hits From the Heart (1963)
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Rosemary Clooney achieved fame in the 50's with such tunes as "This Ole House," "Come on-a My House," "Mambo Italiano," and "Tenderly" as well as for her appearance in the classic movie White Christmas with Bing Crosby. In 1963 she released Sings Country Hits From the Heart on RCA Records. Recorded in Hollywood, California, and Nashville, Tennessee, the album was produced by Dick Pierce and Chet Atkins. It was reissued on CD in Japan in 1991 but is now long out of print.
Anita O'Day - Waiter, Make Mine Blues (1960)
Posted By : chpoof | Date : 08 Jun 2022 03:17 | Comments : 3

Anita O'Day - Waiter, Make Mine Blues (1960)
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Between 1955 and 1963, jazz singer Anita O'Day recorded a string of fine albums for the Verve label, including Waiter, Make Mine Blues, released in 1960. Featuring arrangements and an orchestra conducted by Russell Garcia, the album has been reissued on CD in Japan but is now out of print.
John Denver - Take Me to Tomorrow (1970)
Posted By : chpoof | Date : 07 Jun 2022 17:06 | Comments : 5

John Denver - Take Me to Tomorrow (1970)
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Take Me to Tomorrow is John Denver's sophomore album. Released on RCA Records in 1970, it peaked at No. 197 on the Pop Albums Chart. John would find commercial success the following year with his fourth album, Poems, Prayers & Promises, which included his breakthrough hit "Take Me Home, Country Roads." Reissued on CD in 1997 only in Japan, Take Me to Tomorrow is now out of print and difficult to find.
Jose Feliciano - Feliciano! (Collector's Edition) (1968)
Posted By : chpoof | Date : 06 Jun 2022 21:53 | Comments : 7

Jose Feliciano - Feliciano! (Collector's Edition) (1968)
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Born in Puerto Rico and raised in New York City, singer and guitarist Jose Feliciano started performing at age nine. He achieved massive success in 1968 with his album Feliciano! Released on RCA Records and produced by Rick Jarrard, the album peaked at No. 2 on the Pop Albums Chart for three weeks, No. 3 on the R&B Albums Chart, and No. 3 on the Jazz Albums Chart, eventually going gold. The single "Light My Fire" was also quite successful, reaching No. 3 on the Pop Singles Chart. Jose received a Grammy that same year as Best New Artist. In the mid-70's, he composed and sang the theme song to the popular TV series Chico and the Man. He also played a guest role on the show.

In 1995, Feliciano! was reissued on a 24 Karat Gold Disc Collector's Edition, which is now out of print.
Parker McGee - Parker McGee (1976)
Posted By : chpoof | Date : 05 Jun 2022 22:59 | Comments : 0

Parker McGee - Parker McGee (1976)
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Parker McGee is best known as the songwriter behind England Dan & John Ford Coley's hits "I'd Really Love to See You Tonight" and "Nights Are Forever." In 1976 he released his self-titled debut on Big Tree Records. Produced by Kyle Lehning and featuring songs all written or co-written by McGee, the album stands alongside stylistically with other mid-70's soft rock artists such as Seals & Crofts, America, and Gordon Lightfoot. The single "I Just Can't Say No to You" reached No. 42 on the Pop Singles Chart and No. 7 on the Adult Contemporary Chart. Reissued on CD in Japan only, Parker McGee is now out of print and quite difficult to find.
Dionne Warwick - No Night So Long (1980)
Posted By : chpoof | Date : 04 Jun 2022 02:01 | Comments : 3

Dionne Warwick - No Night So Long (1980)
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Following the success of her platinum-selling debut for Arista Records in 1979, Dionne Warwick released No Night So Long in 1980. Produced by Steve Buckingham, the album reached No. 23 on the Pop Albums Chart and No. 22 on the R&B Albums Chart. The title track topped the Adult Contemporary Chart, peaking at No. 23 on the Pop Singles Chart and No. 19 on the R&B Singles Chart. "Easy Love" reached No. 62 on the Pop Singles Chart, and "We Never Said Goodbye" climbed to No. 41 on the R&B Singles Chart.

Reissued on CD in Japan in limited numbers during the late 80's, No Night So Long is one of Dionne's rarest discs.
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Julie London - Swing Me an Old Song (1959)
Posted By : chpoof | Date : 03 Jun 2022 12:11 | Comments : 0

Julie London - Swing Me an Old Song (1959)
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Known for her sultry singing style and sexy album covers, Julie London released a string of LPs for Liberty Records beginning in 1955 with Julie Is Her Name, which featured the smash hit "Cry Me a River." Recorded in 1959 with Jimmy Rowles and His Orchestra, Swing Me an Old Song was her ninth album and included songs written by Stephen Foster and Shelton Brooks. Reissued on CD in Japan only, it is one of the rarest discs in her catalogue (not to be confused with a collection by the same name released in 1996).
Go-Go's - Talk Show (1984)
Posted By : chpoof | Date : 03 Jun 2022 01:25 | Comments : 12

Go-Go's - Talk Show (1984)
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Following the success of Beauty and the Beat and Vacation, the Go-Go's released their third album, Talk Show, in 1984 on the IRS label. Produced by Martin Rushent and boasting a sharper, more mainstream pop sound than its predecessors, the album peaked at No. 18 on the Pop Albums Chart. "Head Over Heels," the lead single, reached No. 11 on the Pop Singles Chart. The follow-up single, "Turn to You," rose to No. 32 on the Pop Singles Chart, while a third single, "Yes or No," peaked at No. 84. Following this release, the Go-Go's temporarily split, with Belinda Carlisle and Jane Wiedlin pursuing solo careers. Though lauded by many fans as arguably their best album, Talk Show is now out of print.
Rita Coolidge - The Lady's Not for Sale (1972)
Posted By : chpoof | Date : 02 Jun 2022 02:01 | Comments : 9

Rita Coolidge - The Lady's Not for Sale (1972)
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Produced by David Anderle and released in 1972, The Lady's Not for Sale is Rita Coolidge's third album for A&M Records. Boasting songs written by such artists as Leonard Cohen, Bob Dylan, Marc Benno, and Booker T. Jones, the album reached No. 46 on the Pop Albums Chart. The single "Fever" (a cover of the Peggy Lee hit), paired with the B-side "My Crew," reached No. 76 on the Pop Singles Chart. Though Rita would go on to find much success in 1977 with her sixth album, Anytime...Anywhere, which scored three hit singles and went platinum, The Lady's Not for Sale stands as one of the strongest albums in her catalogue with its early 70's, blue-eyed soul appeal. Reissued briefly on CD in Japan during the 90's, it is sadly now out of print and quite difficult to find.
Roberta Flack - Roberta Flack (1978)
Posted By : chpoof | Date : 01 Jun 2022 12:36 | Comments : 6

Roberta Flack - Roberta Flack (1978)
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Following the success of Blue Lights in the Basement in early 1978, Roberta Flack released this self-titled album late that same year on Atlantic. It featured the single "If Ever I See You Again," written by Joe Brooks, who penned Debby Boone's massive hit "You Light Up My Life." The song peaked at No. 24 on the Pop Singles Chart, No. 37 on the R&B Singles Chart, and No. 1 on the Adult Contemporary Chart. Produced by Jerry Greenberg, Joseph Ferla, Joe Brooks, and Rubina Flake, the album reached No. 74 on the Pop Albums Chart and No. 37 on the R&B Albums Chart. "When It's Over" and "You Are Everything" reached No. 82 and No. 98 on the R&B Singles Chart, respectively.

Roberta Flack is the only album in Roberta's Atlantic catalogue that has never been reissued on CD in the US. Only available on compact disc in Japan for a time, it is now highly collectible in the CD format.
Annie Haslam - Annie in Wonderland (1977)
Posted By : chpoof | Date : 31 May 2022 14:03 | Comments : 2

Annie Haslam - Annie in Wonderland (1977)
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After years as lead vocalist for the prog rock group Renaissance, Annie Haslam released her first solo record, Annie in Wonderland, in 1977 on the Warner label. Produced by ELO co-founder Roy Wood, the album peaked at No. 167 on the Pop Albums Chart. Two songs were written by Renaissance bassist and vocalist Jon Camp and three by Wood. Reissued on CD in Japan and in Europe, it is now out of print.
Phoebe Snow - Phoebe Snow (DCC GZS-1051) (1974)
Posted By : chpoof | Date : 30 May 2022 13:58 | Comments : 10

Phoebe Snow - Phoebe Snow (DCC GZS-1051) (1974)
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In 1974 singer-songwriter Phoebe Snow released her self-titled debut album on the Shelter label. All the songs were written by Phoebe except for "Good Times" (by Sam Cooke) and "San Francisco Bay Blues" (by Jesse Fuller). The single "Poetry Man" was a massive hit, reaching No. 5 on the Pop Singles Chart and topping the Adult Contemporary Chart. Produced by Dino Airali and Phil Ramone, the album itself reached No. 4 on the Pop Albums Chart as well as No. 17 and No. 22 on the Jazz Albums Chart and R&B Albums Chart, respectively, eventually going gold. Now out of print, the 1994 DCC 24 Karat Gold Compact Disc reissue of this album is particularly appealing since it includes seven previously unreleased original demos, produced by Denny Cordell.
Joan Armatrading - Whatever's for Us (1972)
Posted By : chpoof | Date : 29 May 2022 22:33 | Comments : 4

Joan Armatrading - Whatever's for Us (1972)
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Originally released on the Cube label in 1972, Whatever's for Us is Joan's debut album. Years later she would find greater success on the A&M label with hits like "Down to Zero," "Love and Affection," "Show Some Emotion," and "Drop the Pilot." Reissued on CD in various incarnations, Whatever's for Us is now out of print.
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