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audio 09:51 Jan and Dean-  "Melody Mix Tribute"- Here's a Treat From Our Popular Jan and Dean CD Release "Best of the Studio Outtakes- Volumes One and Two" - Please Visit our Splendor of Bohemia eBay Store To Purchase This and Other Cool Compact Rarities

Jan and Dean- "Melody Mix Tribute"- Here'...

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Posted by Rich Buckland, 06/27/2015 12:06 PM

audio 69:36 Townes Van Zandt- "High Low and In Between" and "The Late Great Townes Van Zandt"- The Original Acoustic Highway 22 Track, 1996 Release Featuring Both LP's and the Gentle Yet Searing Poetry That Was Townes Van Zandt

Townes Van Zandt- "High Low and In Between...

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“What I do is between me and the Lord, to examine and possibly alter the state of grace in which I live, and thereby the state of grace of anybody who listens.”

Townes Van Zandt

Posted by Rich Buckland, 06/07/2015 09:02 AM

audio 67:59 Moby Grape- Vintage - 24 Tracks From One of the Finest 60's Bands To Never Become a Household Name- The San Francisco Artistry of Skip Spence, Jerry Miller, Bob Mosley, Peter Lewis and Don Stevenson- Over an Hour of Unadulterated Country Blue Psyche Rock

Moby Grape- Vintage - 24 Tracks From One o...

1.”Hey Grandma” 2.”Mr. Blues” 3.”Fall on You” 4.8:05 5.”Come in the Morning” 6.”Omaha” 7.”Naked, If I Want To” 8.”Rounder” 9.”Someday” 10.”Ain’t No Use” CLICK BLUE TITLE FOR MORE

Posted by Rich Buckland, 05/30/2015 12:38 PM

audio 121:06 Emmylou Harris- Live At Tramps, New York City, August 10, 1996- Complete Two Hour Program

Emmylou Harris- Live At Tramps, New York C...

Emmylou Harris – Vocals, Guitar; Buddy Miller – Vocals, Guitar, Mandolin; Darryl Johnson – Bass; Brady Blade – DrumsPLEASE CHECK OUT OUR SPLENDOR OF BOHEMIA EBAY STORE

Posted by Rich Buckland, 05/09/2015 08:53 AM

audio 48:06 B. B. King - Live At Winterland, San Francisco, CA, Jun 8, 1968 - Featuring James Toney - Organ; Wilbur Freeman - Bass; Sonny Freeman - Drums; Pat Williams - Trumpet; Lee Gatman - Tenor Sax- LONG LIVE THE KING!

B. B. King - Live At Winterland, San Franc...

1.Song For My Father- Instrumental / 2 Ode To Billy Joe- Instrumental / 3 Help The Poor / 4 I Got A Mind To Give Up Living / 5 A Whole Lot of Lovin’ / 6 Need Your Love So Bad / 7 It’s My Own Fault / 8 Don’t Answer the Door / 9 Night Life / 10 Paying The Cost To Be The Boss /

Posted by Rich Buckland, 05/05/2015 02:31 PM

video 25:55 Naked City- "Bakers Dozen"-  Television Drama Explored Early Creative Ground During the Run of This Premium Series - In This 1959 Installment Written by the Remarkable Stirling Silliphant, Legendary Actor Joseph Ruskin Stars as King of The Hitmen

Naked City- "Bakers Dozen"- Television Dr...

A former top mob assassin is lured out of retirement by the opportunity to kill a kingpin for his 13th hit.PLEASE CHECK OUT OUR SPLENDOR OF BOHEMIA EBAY STORE

Posted by Rich Buckland, 05/03/2015 01:55 PM

audio 70:12 "Deep Soul Discoveries - Volume One" - 25 Unheralded Tracks Leading To a Promised Land of Soulful Wonders- Featuring Howard Tate, Johnny Adams, The Show Stoppers, Joe Beck, Big Daddy Rucker, Miss Soul, Bobby McClure and Many More- 70 Minutes

"Deep Soul Discoveries - Volume One" - 25 ...

1) Baby Come Back To Me- Bobby Harris 2) Lost Without Your Love- Bobby McClure 3) I’m Glad It’s Over- Oscar Mack 4) Last Mile of The Way- The Mints * CLICK BLUE POST TITLE FOR MORE! *PLEASE CHECK OUT OUR SPLENDOR OF BOHEMIA EBAY STORE

Posted by Rich Buckland, 04/24/2015 10:30 AM

video 86:43 Don Kirshner's Rock Concert"- The Lost Episode- Fearturing Peter Allen, Chuck Berry, Stephen Bishop, Andy Gibb, The Unknown Comic & Many Others!

Don Kirshner's Rock Concert"- The Lost Epi...

Don Kirshner broke the Dick Clark, “American Bandstand” mold when his program appeared in 1973. Most performances were broadcast in a live concert or club setting during it’s 9 year run. In 1981 MTV hit the market, signaling the end of network TV rock and a new dawn of mostly moronic music videos.

Posted by Rich Buckland, 04/20/2015 11:24 AM