31-08-2012

Four new titles and a questionnaire!

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Furthermore, this week we add four new titles to the Music On Vinyl catalogue.



SCREAMIN JAY HAWKINS - AT HOME WITH SCREAMIN JAY HAWKINS (1LP) [MOVLP487]

After "I Put A Spell On You" became a huge hit, Screamin' Jay Hawkins got to record more of his slightly oddball operatic music, resulting in his first album At Home With Screamin' Jay Hawkins in 1958. Featuring dancefloor sure shots such as "Hong Kong", the stomper "Yellow Coat", "Take Me Back To My Boots And Saddle" and of course "I Put A Spell On You", it goes without saying that this record is a killer! Now available on Music On Vinyl with re-mastered audio!

  • 180 gram audiophile vinyl
  • Remastered audio




JOHN COUGAR MELLENCAMP - SCARECROW (1LP) [MOVLP508]
John Mellencamp has successfully been making blue collar Americana Rock since the late seventies. He released Scarecrow in 1985 to critical acclaim. On Scarecrow he displays a social consciousness, singing about life in rural United States on songs like "Rain On The Scarecrow" and "Small Town". The album also yielded some other hits: "Lonely Night" and the classic "R.O.C.K. In The U.S.A." which solidified his stature as a songwriter.

  • 180 gram audiophile vinyl
  • Insert
  • Bonus track : "The Kind Of Fella I Am"





SPIRIT - THE FAMILY THAT PLAYS TOGETHER (1LP) [MOVLP556]
This groundbreaking band from Los Angeles jammed with Hendrix and toured with Led Zeppelin in their early days. The Family That Plays Together is Spirit's second album from 1968, on which the group combined Jazz, Rock and even Classical elements. Clever harmonies, a multitude of instruments and intricate vocal arrangements result in an absolute landmark Sixties rock album.

  • 180 gram audiophile vinyl
  • Gatefold sleeve




TOTO - THE SEVENTH ONE (1LP) [MOVLP557]
Released in 1988, Toto's The Seventh One (referring to the seventh album of this immensely popular Soft Rock band) featured some very recognizable songs that have become evergreen radio classics. Includes "Pamela" and the eighties anthem "Stop Loving You".

  • 180 gram audiophile vinyl
  • Insert



31-08-2012