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Elvis Presley: Elvis Is Back! Stereo CD

By Presley, Elvis

Analogue Productions, U.S.A., 2012; Analogue Productions 2012 re-issue of the original 1960 RCA Victor release "Elvis Is Back!" (LS-2231) in Super Audio Hybrid CD, playable on both CD and SACD players. Contains Make Me Know It, Fever, The Girl Of My Best Friend, I Will Be Home Again, Dirty Dirty Feeling, Thrill Of Your Love, Soldier Boy, Such A Night, It Feels So Right, Girl Next Door Went A’Walking, Like A Baby, and Reconsider Baby. New, still sealed in the original manufacturer’s clear outer wrapper. Extra Elvis photos inside. CAPP 2231 SA; UPC 7 53088 22316 7.

$25.00

Astor Piazzolla ‘Tanguisimo’ Music Collection, Complete Nine CD Set (Tango)

By Piazzola, Astor

Chant du Monde / Harmonia Mundi, Paris, France, 2012; Definitive music collection of legendary Tango artist and composer Astor Piazzolla. An enormous nine CD set containing a total of 216 original recordings, plus 32 page booklet with background notes and full credits in English and French. New, still sealed in the original manufacturer’s clear outer wrapper. Chante du Monde #574 2200.07, UPC 3 149024 220050.

$75.00

Sheet Music For The Ames Brothers’ Hit Single Sentimental Me, Signed By Songwriters Jim Morehead And Jimmy Cassin

By Morehead, Jim and Jimmy Cassin

Knickerbocker Music Co., NY, 1950; Four-page sheet music for the popular song "Sentimental Me," written by Jim Morehead and Jimmy Cassin in 1950 and recorded by the Ames Brothers in 1951. The song was later covered by the Mills Brothers and later still by Elvis Presley. Morehead and Cassin also wrote the 1940’s Mills Brothers’ hits "Ragmop," and "Pretty Butterfly." Signed by both songwriters at the top: "Thanks! Jim Morehead... and thanks again! Jimmy Cassin." Very Good Plus, two horizontal folds. Clean and bright, no ownership signatures, no chips, no tears, no staining, no record store stamps.

$45.00

Deejay Magazine, Volume I, No. 4

By Spalding, Henry D. (Editor)

Henry D. Spalding, Hollywood, CA, 1956; 8 1/2" x 11", 30 pgs; Illustrated. September issue of the first publication year of Deejay Magazine, America’s first trade magazine for professional radio disc jockeys. The "Million Dollar Issue," with guest columns by Elvis Presley, Rosemary Clooney, Pat Boone, Cathy Carr, Little Richard, et. al. Much insider scoop about popular disc jockeys, singers, and record releases from the musical heyday of the nineteen fifties. Illustrated with deejay and recording artist photos, plus numerous recording company display ads. Unique, entertaining, and informative. Fine.

$40.00

Sheet Music: Nino Rota Film Score For Federico Fellini’s 8 1/2

By Rota, Nino

Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, New York, 1963; 9" x 12", 28 pages. Nino Rota’s film score for Federico Fellini’s 1963 movie "8 1/2," arranged for piano and guitar, with full music notation and chord diagrams. Contains "Theme From 8 1/2," "Cimitero," "Ricordo D’Infanzia," "E Poi," "Carlotta’s Galop," and "Cadillac." Illustrated with photographs of Marcello Mastroianni, Nino Rota, Fellini, and numerous scenes from the film. Very Good Plus, clean, crisp, bright, sharp, no chips or tears, no ownership signatures. A very nice copy.

$25.00

8"x10" Signed Photograph Of The Three Suns Musical Trio

MCA Music Corporation Of America, NY, . Circa 1945 MCA Records 8" x 10" glossy publicity photograph of "The Three Suns," popular musical trio formed in 1939 by brothers Al and Morty Nevins together with cousin Artie Dunn. The Three Suns wrote and scored their first big hit "Twilight Time" in 1944, at the time a purely instrumental track. Legendary songwriter and producer Buck Ram later wrote lyrics for it and made it into a huge Platters hit, selling over 4 million copies and winning a Gold Record. The Suns brought suit for copyright infringement but lost, succeeding only in having their names added to the writing credits. The photo is inscribed and signed in Morty Nevins’ hand to The Bachelors, another popular trio of the day formed by Ralph Wolf in 1944. The inscription reads, "To The Bachelors: Good luck to a fine trio. Sincerely, Al, Artie, Morty." It was Morty Nevins who wrote the hit "Twilight Time." Brother Al Nevins later teamed up with Don Kirschner to form Aldon Music (Al-Don), which went on to great success, producing such hit tunes as "Up On The Roof," "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow," and "Breaking Up Is Hard To Do." Included with the photo is sheet music for the Bachelors’ hit, "Ring, Telephone, Ring," The cover bears a photo of the group, with founder Ralph Wolf shown at far left. Who wrote the tune? Buck Ram. Both items in Fine condition. Clean, crisp, bright and glossy, no chips, tears, fading or yellowing, no ownership signatures or any other markings of any kind.

$120.00

Deejay Magazine, Volume I, No. 2

By Spalding, Henry D. (Editor)

Henry D. Spalding, Hollywood, CA, 1956; 8 1/2" x 11", 30 pgs; Illustrated. July issue of the first year of Deejay Magazine, America’s first trade magazine for professional radio disc jockeys from across the nation. Guest columns by Lawrence Welk, Rusty Draper, Gene Autrey, Grand ‘Ole Oprey star Jim Reeves, and Randy Wood, President of Dot Records. Much insider news about popular radio disc jockey personalities of the period, recording artists, and record releases from the great days of the fifties. Illustrated with many deejay and recording artist photos, plus numerous recording company display ads. Unique, entertaining, and informative. Small note reading "see 09" in cursive hand on front wrap, otherwise Fine.

$40.00

Cowboy Music Songbook: The Hi-Boys Max Raney, Doyle O’Dell, And Their Radio Rangers

By Raney, Max and King Owen

Stasny Music Corp., New York, 1939; 9" x 12", 64 pages. Western songbook with words and music for over 45 Cowboy, or "Hillbilly" songs, 18 of them written by Max Raney and King Owen, famed singing cowboy radio personalities of the day. Words, music, and chord diagrams for piano, guitar, banjo, ukulele, and accordion. Great cowboy cover art features Raney, Doyle O’Dell, and King Owen, with additional photos inside the front and rear covers showing the three singers in numerous poses with songstress Little Flossie, and the High Boys Radio Rangers, all attired in cowboy getup. Very Good Plus. Clean, crisp, bright, and sharp, no ownership signatures or any other markings of any kind. A very attractive copy.

$35.00

Sheet Music For Popcorn, By Gershon Kingsley

By Kingsley, Gershon

Bourne Co., New York, 1972; 8 1/2" x 11", 4 pages. Sheet Music for the musical hit "Popcorn," by Moog virtuoso Kingsley Gershon, who wrote the song in 1969 after being inspired by the sound made by a popcorn machine. The track was released on Gershon’s 1969 album "Music To Moog By," and was the first international electronic dance hit. This arrangement was recorded by Hot Butter, copyright 1972. Psychedelic cover art of a flower child with flowing tresses. Fine condition. Small 4-digit numeral in light pencil uppermost left corner.

$25.00