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Original Motion Picture Soundtrack / O Brother, Where Art Thou? (Promo)
Lost Highway Records MRNR-02189-1 (2001)(US) Rare Limited Edition Promotional Double Record Soundtrack. Throughout this great recording,
T-Bone Burnett's steady guiding hand is evident. This soundtrack is a powerful tribute not only to the time-honored but commercially
ignored genres of bluegrass and mountain music but also to Burnett's remarkable skills as a producer.
The unplayed Records and Cover (with Promotional cover and no barcode) are in excellent (Mint) condition...$50.00

    



Original Motion Picture Soundtrack / O Brother, Where Art Thou? (Sealed)
Lost Highway Records 170-069 (2003)(US) Original Sealed Double Record Soundtrack. These recordings, which were made without the meddling clarity
of digital technology, give the film much of its power and authenticity. Throughout this great recording, T-Bone Burnett's steady guiding
hand is evident. This soundtrack is a powerful tribute not only to the time-honored but commercially ignored genres of bluegrass
and mountain music but also to Burnett's remarkable skills as a producer.
The brand new Records and Cover (with title sticker) are in perfect (Mint) condition...$15.00



O Brother, Where Art Thou? (Soundtrack) available in excellent (Mint-) condition...$12.00


Jim O'Rourke / Eureka (Sold Out)
Drag City Records 162 (1999)(US) Original issue Record on U.S. vinyl. "Eureka" is perhaps Jim O'Rourke's most stunning and
surprising detour yet, a full-blown excursion into lush, melodic pop. It's a true labor of love, and its sheer exuberance and
creativity go further in re-shaping the pop vision than any intellectual exercise ever could.
The Record and Cover are in excellent (Mint-) condition...$15.00 (SOLD 05/11)

Jim O'Rourke eureka lp
                               
Jim O'Rourke Halfway To A Threeway EP lp
Jim O'Rourke / Halfway To A Threeway (EP) (Sold Out)
Drag City Records 178 (2000)(US) Original issue 12" Record EP on U.S. vinyl. Jim O'Rourke's "Halfway to a Threeway" comes across
as a portable, stripped-down version of Eureka's lush fusion of symphonic pop, folk, jazz, and soft rock. Though it's not quite
as elaborate as the album, the EP's four songs also show that O'Rourke is both a skilled instrumentalist and polished songwriter.
The Record and Cover are in excellent (Mint-) condition...$10.00 (SOLD 01/08)



The Oak Ridge Boys / Hymns
ORB Records 1111 (197?)(US) This Record is filled with The Oak Ridge Boys' gospel classics and includes "When the Roll is Called
Up Yonder", "Amazing Grace" and "The Old Rugger Cross". The Record and Cover (in shrinkwrap) are in excellent (Mint-) condition...$5.00



Opal / Happy Nightmare Baby
SST Records 103 (1987)(US) Rare Record on U.S. vinyl. The neo-psychedelic group Opal formed in the mid-'80s and featured former Rain Parade
guitarist David Roback and former Dream Syndicate bassist Kendra Smith. Smith left the group during the "Happy Nightmare Baby" tour,
effectively putting an end to the band. Roback continued with vocalist Hope Sandoval; the group then evolved into Mazzy Star.
The Record and Cover are in excellent (Mint-) condition...$40.00

Opal Happy Nightmare Baby lp Kendra Smith David Roback Hope Sandoval Mazzy Star Rain Parade



Orpheus / Orpheus (Sealed)
MGM Records SE-4524 (1967)(US) Original Sealed Record on U.S. vinyl. Orpheus' self-titled debut album was released at the end of 1967.
The band was part of the Bosstown sound, which largely consisted of psychedelic or heavy rock bands, and although some of the members
were ex-folkies, they were sentimental pop songwriters at heart. The Record and Cover are in excellent (Mint/Mint-) condition...$50.00

Orpheus lp Bosstown sound



David Ossman (The Firesign Theatre) / How Time Flys
Columbia Records KC-32411 (1973)(US) Original issue Record. As part of Firesign Theatre, David Ossman is probably best known as
George Tirebiter, the everyman hero of "Don't Crush That Dwarf, Hand Me the Pliers" who has later turned up on other albums and
live shows. In 1973, he released his only solo album, "How Time Flys" with participation from the whole group.
Cover art by Joe Garnett. The Record and Cover are in nice (Very Good+ to Very Good++) condition (no insert)...$10.00




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