The Boomtown Rats “I Don't Like Mondays” from The Fine Art Of Resurfacing (Columbia) R —Happy July 4th!Buy it!
The Bliss Band “Doctor” from Neon Smiles (Columbia Records 1979) R —Radio promo copy.Buy it!
Echo & The Bunnymen “Lips Like Sugar” from Echo & the Bunnymen (WB/Sire 1987) R Buy it!
David Gilmour “Wish You Were Here” from Live In Gdansk, August 26 2006 (Columbia Records 2008) R —Audiophile pressing.Buy it!
The Move “Feel Too Good” from The Move (Music For Pleasure Records 1970) R —Virgin vinyl import from England.Buy it!
Crosby, Stills, & Nash “Dark Star” from The Crosby, Stills, & Nash Profile (The Source) R —NBC Radio promo copy.Buy it!
Crosby, Stills, & Nash “Just A Song Before I Go” from The Crosby, Stills, & Nash Profile (The Source) R —NBC Radio promo copy.Buy it!
Mason Proffit “Two Hangmen” from Mason Proffit (Happy Tiger Records 1969) R Buy it!
Lake “Between The Lines” from Lake (Columbia Records 1977) R Buy it!
Kingfish “Hypnotize” from Kingfish (Round Records 1976) R —This cut features Bob Weir from The Grateful Dead on guitar and vocals.Buy it!
Steppenwolf “Monster” (DunhillABC Records) R —Autographed original copy.Buy it!
Nazereth “Born To Love” from Play 'N' The Game (A&M Records 1976) R —Radio promo copy.Buy it!
Slash “Watch This” from R & F N' R (Dik Hayd Records 2010) R —1st time play. Interesting new vinyl release with a great guest list. This cut features Dave Grohl and Duff McKagan.Buy it!
Rainbow “Kill The King” from Live In Munich 1977 (Eagle Records) —1st time play audiophile pressing. U.K. import.Buy it!
Uriah Heep “Too Scared To Run” from Abominog (Mercury Records 1982) R —Radio promo copy.Buy it!
Uriah Heep “Bird Of Prey” from Salisbury (Castle Classics 1971) R —Autographed virgin vinyl import from West Germany with "Tank" cover.Buy it!
Deep Purple “Knocking At Your Back Door” from Perfect Strangers (Mercury Records 1984) R —Autographed original copy.Buy it!
Deep Purple “No One Came” from Fireball (Warner Brothers Records 1971) R —Autographed original copy.Buy it!
West, Bruce, & Laing “Why Dontcha” (Columbia Records 1972) R —Autographed original copy...all 3 signatures.Buy it!
Black Sabbath “Symptom Of The Universe” from Sabotage (Earmark Records 1976) R —Picture disc audiophile pressing.Buy it!
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