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One last song from 1962, Oh My Angel, by Bertha Tillman. Released on a 45... Near mint on Discogs would set me back $89

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The Lion and the Cobra is the debut album by Irish singer Sinéad O'Connor, released in 1987.

O'Connor, age 20 at the time, recorded the album while heavily pregnant with her first child.

The title of the album is from Psalm 91:13, "You will tread on the lion and the cobra; you will trample the great lion and the serpent". The track "Never Get Old" opens with an Irish language recital of Psalm 91 by singer Enya.

The first single was 'Troy'. The video for the second single, "Mandinka", was shown heavily on MTV's 120 Minutes. "I Want Your (Hands on Me)" debuted in May 1988, featuring a rap interlude by MC Lyte. The song was featured in the 1988 horror film A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master.

The album stayed on the US Billboard Top 200 charts for 38 weeks.

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Sinéad O'Connor's debut, The Lion and the Cobra, was a sensation upon its 1987 release, and it remains a distinctive record, finding a major talent striving to achieve her own voice. Like many debuts, it's entirely possible to hear her influences, from Peter Gabriel to Prince and contemporary rap, but what's striking about the record is how she synthesizes these into her own sound -- an eerie, expansive sound heavy on atmosphere and tortured passion.

It's a thoroughly impressive debut -- and it's all the more impressive when you realize she only topped it with its immediate successor, before losing all focus.
O'Connor has four children and was married four times. In 2015, her first grandson was born. In 2017, O'Connor said that she had changed her legal name to Magda Davitt. On her conversion to Islam in October 2018, she adopted the name Shuhada' Davitt.
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Right On! is an album by Cliff Waldron And The New Shades Of Grass, released in 1970.

Cliff Waldron was born 4 April 1941, in Jolo, West Virginia. Playing guitar and mandolin and singing, Waldron joined the Southern Ramblers, playing bluegrass at local venues and on radio. In the early 60s, Waldron settled in Virginia and there and elsewhere found a larger audience for bluegrass. He played mandolin with the Page Valley Boys until the more popular Buzz Busby’s Bayou Boys banjo player, Bill Emerson, took over from Busby and brought in Waldron on guitar. Their rendition of ‘Fox On The Run’ had considerable success and Charlie Waller’s Country Gentlemen would do even better. This song, which had been a hit for Manfred Mann in the UK, became a bluegrass standard.

In 1970, Waldron formed a new band, the New Shades Of Grass. The band made several well-received albums into the mid-70s, which is when Waldron quit music. For the next two decades he worked for the National Park Service, playing a little in church and also making some private recordings of gospel music.

In 1996, Waldron retired from the Park Service and soon afterwards returned to music, forming a new edition of the New Shades Of Grass. Back on the road again, at a more leisurely pace, Waldron’s music in the early 2000's vividly displays his commitment to the traditions of bluegrass and alertness to new trends. In 2004, Waldron was elected to the Society for the Preservation of Bluegrass Music of America’s Hall of Greats.
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It's been almost 20 years, but at a previous house we owned, our friends and neighbors sang and played banjo/mandolin/guitar at our church and in a bluegrass band. They arranged to play with Cliff Waldron And The New Shades Of Grass at a church event.

This album is a wonderful balance of bluegrass, harmony, and praise.
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Elton John is the second album by English singer-songwriter Elton John, released in 1970.

Because it was his first album released in America, many people (t)here assumed it was his first album, as Empty Sky was not released in the US until 1975. The album includes his breakthrough hit, "Your Song".

Sir Elton Hercules John CBE (born Reginald Kenneth Dwight, 25 March 1947) has sold more than 300 million records. He has more than fifty Top 40 hits, including seven consecutive No. 1 US albums. For 31 consecutive years (1970–2000) he had at least one song in the Billboard Hot 100. His single "Something About the Way You Look Tonight"/"Candle in the Wind 1997" sold over 33 million copies worldwide and is the best-selling single of all time.

The album was ranked No. 468 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time. It was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame as an album cited as exhibiting "qualitative or historical significance".
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Got this for my just turned 3 grandson.

I plan to give it to him in two days, after Halloween.

Thought I'd give it a spin first so I know exactly what I gave him.

Better than I thought it would be.
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I have been giving this new release a lot of spins.... it deserves them.
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Just happened to listen to this myself today (in 5.1 SACD). Great album, very personal and emotional performance.
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Shakedown Street is the tenth studio album by the Grateful Dead, released in 1978.

The album cover art was by underground comics artist Gilbert Shelton.

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Since the Grateful Dead were notorious for recording awkward studio albums, it always seemed that the answer to their problem was simply getting the right producer to coax magic out of the band -- and nobody would seem better suited for the position than Little Feat leader Lowell George, whose own band shared the Dead's tendency to wander and jam in a live setting, yet made almost nothing but good studio records. But 1978 was not a great year for either camp, as the Dead were drifting in their attempts to score a crossover hit for Clive Davis' Arista Records, while George was pushing Little Feat toward disbandment as he was inching closer to his premature death in 1979. Add to that the Dead's sudden, inexplicable fascination with disco, a desire to have Donna Jean Godchaux be an integral part of the record, plus no new songs ready to go at the beginning of the sessions, and it's little surprise that Shakedown Street wound up as a mess.

It rambles and wanders all over the place, as the Dead cover the Rascals' "Good Lovin'" before they revive "New Minglewood Blues" (which they originally cut for their debut), as Jerry Garcia and Robert Hunter write their own "Stagger Lee" while Mickey Hart and Bill Kreutzmann get a percussion workout on the brief instrumental "Serengetti" and Bob Weir affects a bluesy growl on "I Need a Miracle." In George's hands, this is all given a smooth gloss not all that far removed from such latter-day Feat LPs as The Last Record Album, but since the Dead favor hazy, lazy grooves to Feat's laid-back but tight New Orleans funk -- and since George didn't produce so much as he created an appropriate atmosphere in the studio -- Shakedown Street meanders mercilessly, and its indulgences wind up overwhelming the album as a whole.

And there isn't just one kind of indulgence here; there's a plethora of them, ranging from the disco pulse of the title track to the fuzziness of the two songs sung by Donna Jean. This can make Shakedown Street a bit of a difficult, dated listen, since even the good songs boast bad arrangements ("Shakedown Street" and "Fire on the Mountain" were later reworked and revitalized in concert), yet it falls short of flat-out disaster, partially because it's a fascinating listen due to the very things that make it a severely flawed record.

The disco flirtations, subdued funk, misguided commercial concessions, and overarching Californian slickness do make Shakedown Street fascinating for at least one spin, even if they'll keep even hardcore Deadheads -- maybe especially hardcore Deadheads -- from coming back to the record more than once every decade or so.
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Plastic Beach is the third studio album by the British virtual band Gorillaz, released in 2010.

The album was produced primarily by group co-creator Damon Albarn. It features guest appearances by several artists including Snoop Dogg, Gruff Rhys, De La Soul, Bobby Womack, Mos Def, Lou Reed, Mick Jones, Mark E. Smith, Paul Simonon, Bashy, Kano, Little Dragon, and the Hypnotic Brass Ensemble.

Plastic Beach debuted at number two on the UK Albums Chart and number two on the US Billboard 200 chart. It was named one of the year's best albums by several critics.

AllMusic editor Stephen Thomas Erlewine said that "Damon's painstaking pancultural pop junk-mining" on the album posits hip hop with Britpop and "accentuates moody texture over pop hooks". Pitchfork Media's Sean Fennessey wrote that "ornate Village Green Preservation Society-style pop" is the dominant style on Plastic Beach, but that Albarn also "dips into Krautrock, funk, and dubstep, as well as the weary, more melodic music he's been perfecting for much of last decade" on an album that serves as "sort of an electronic take on baroque pop."
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