Vinyl List

Inkanish Publications

Rare Vinyl Records 

At last: from Jimmy's attic, unplayed copies of 2 rare vinyl singles 

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7” 45 rpm:

 Post: Deutschland 4,50 € / Eurozone: €6.75 / Worldwide: €7.25

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Special Offer: Buy both for 15.00 €

[sent together in one post!]

 

Artists

Year

Side A

Side B

Label

Price

Big Sonny & The Lo Boys

1979

Love Me Two Times

Love Potion #9

Con Safo Records

12 € ea

Big Sonny & the Lo Boys

Big Sonny and The Lo Boys

Randy started taking this program of medication to stop drinking. He called me to say that Big Sonny Farlow was back in town and looking to start a new band. Chava and I called Big Sonny Farlow and we started rehearsing out at my house, down in the cellar. We started Big Sonny and The Lo Boys that night and the band was together for about three years. We cut one album and one single in that time. [From ‘For Mother’s Sake’]

 

Unplayed near mint copies that have minor scratches

 

No sleeve [originally came in a plain white sleeve]

 

   

 

 

 

 

Jimmy Carl Black

1980

Thank You, Mr. Bill

Albuquerque Bound

Helios Records

5 € ea

Albuquerque Bound Thank You Mr Bill

 

I was working at the Sound Warehouse when I got a call from a very popular disc jockey in town - his call name was Mr. Bill. This was just before the presidential election between Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan. Well, it seems that he didn’t like either one of those guys and had started (as a joke) his own campaign for president. He had heard the show that I had done for the Heart Foundation and was also a Mothers of Invention fan, so he asked me if I would write a campaign song for him that he could start playing on the radio. I wrote ‘Thank You, Mr. Bill’ and got some musicians that I had been jamming with to go into the studio with me and my old friend, Phil Applebaum, to record it.

After recording it, I decided that I wanted to put it out as a single and I needed another tune for the B-side. I recorded ‘Albuquerque Bound’ which was written by my new song-writing “pardner”, Dawayne Bailey.

So, I had that single pressed at the same time we pressed Welcome Back, Geronimo Black, also on Helios Records. It is a silly little record that hardly sold anything, but it is a collector’s item… [From ‘For Mother’s Sake’]

 

Unplayed near mint copies that have minor scratches 

 

With original sleeve - VG (bent corners, aged)