Ram Jam, G. Love & Special Sauce, The Devil's Anvil, The Fool, Vreemde Kostgangers and the soundtrack Murder on the Orient Express

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The Devil's Anvil was a 1960 hard rock band based in New York City. Their only album, Rock from the Middle East, showcased a mix of 1960s hard-rock sounds with Arab, Greek and Turkish songs and melodies. This highly sought-after album LP was released during escalating tensions between Israel and neighboring Arab countries. Subsequently it was banned from radio stations in the States due to its "controversial" content.

Dutch quartet The Fool self-titled album was released 50 years ago. Graham Nash from The Hollies produced the catchy pop and psychedelic songs for The Fool's debut album. The Music On Vinyl expanded edition celebrates the 50th anniversary of the original album, contains the ten original songs and includes the first time on vinyl bonus tracks "We Are One" and "Shining Light". This individually numbered limited edition is pressed on turquoise vinyl and is newly remastered.

Yeah, It's That Easy is the third album by G. Love & Special SauceThe alternative hip hop band is  known for their "sloppy" and "laidback" blues sound with a twist of raw R&B. This expanded edition of Yeah, It's That Easy is available for the first time on vinyl and includes 5 hard to find bonus tracks; "Ma Mere", "All The People", "Nadine", "Maxin' and Relaxin'" and "My Mom Can Surf (Live at WPLY)". Completing the package is a 4 page booklet with lyrics, pics and credits.

If you haven't danced to Ram Jam's best known hit "Black Betty" now's your chance! This first track on their debut album reached the top 10 charts around the globe. Ram Jam was released in 1977 and contains, next to their massive hit, more stomping and driving rock songs.

One for the Dutchies is Nachtwerk the brand new second album of Vreemde Kostgangers. This dutch trio formed by Nederpop icons Boudewijn de Groot, George Kooymans and Henny Vrienten, recorded sixteen songs and will support Nachtwerk by performing in Holland and Belgium. The double vinyl is available in two formats, the individually numbered coloured album and the regular black edition while both feature an insert with lyrics.

Clues are everywhere...with our soundtrack of the week Murder on the Orient Express. The movie, directed by Kenneth Branagh, is based upon the novel by Agatha Christie and is remake of the 1974 film classic. It features an all-star cast including Penélope Cruz, Johnny Depp, Michelle Pfeiffer, Willem Dafoe and more Hollywood stars. The score is composed by multiple award winner Patrick Doyle and the 2 LP is pressed on blue vinyl. Murder on the Orient Express'  limited edition of 750 individually numbered copies contains a 6-panel booklet with exclusive pictures and liner notes on one side and a poster, the image of the train, on the other side.

All the best from the MOV crew!

The Fool were a quartet consisting of Seemon Poshima (aka Simon Posthuma, the father of Douwe Bob), Marijke Koger, Josje Leeger and Barry Finch. We are celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the original album, The Fool. The Expanded Edition contains the ten original songs and includes bonus tracks "We Are One" and "Shining Light".
  • 180 gram audiophile vinyl
  • 50th Anniversary Expanded Edition, containing two bonus tracks "We Are One" and "Shining Light"
  • Includes insert with drawing and collage of photographs
  • Limited first pressing of 1000 individually numbered copies on Turquoise vinyl

Ram Jam was an American rock band formed in New York City in 1977. The band consisted of Bill Bartlett (guitar), Howie Arthur Blauvelt (bass), Pete Charles (drums), and Myke Scavone (lead vocals). Their debut album Ram Jam was also released in 1977. The first track on the album, the single "Black Betty", is Ram Jam's best known song. 

  • 180 gram audiophile vinyl
  • Featuring the hit single  "Black Betty"