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Used items may have various cosmetic differences as well. CD (Item 653058) Brown Door/Shout (Japan), Early 70s - Condition: New Copy. A killer collection of funk and soul from an ultra-hip Bay Area label of the 70s – Oakland's enigmatic Brown Door Records – headed up by funk maestro Marvin Holmes! The music's got a beautifully sunny vibe – all the best Bay Area elements of the time, reflected in the scene-crossing, genre-stepping modes that often made the East Bay way more exciting than anything going on in San Francisco – particularly in the cool crossbreeding that would happen between Berkeley, Oakland, and other communities. The following grading conditions apply to the vinyl component of an album or single: Sealed. This is what it says, that the record is still held fast in shrink-wrap.
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The album features their breakthrough single "Light My Fire" and the lengthy song "The End" with its Oedipal spoken word section. The Doors was central to the progression of psychedelic rock, and has been critically acclaimed.
This heavenly door is the zenith of Christianity, a gated passageway into the high heavens and cloud nine and the land adorned with all the awesome stuff you eve. Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door is not really about heaven. It was written by Bob Dylan for the movie Pat Garrett & Billy The Kid and profiles an effete deputy who is dying. Do you want to hear a good cover. Listen to Warren Zevon’s beautiful version off of his last album The Wind. That version is the model of verisimilitude. Zevon was dying when he recorded the piece and he knew its meaning.
|1||–Marvin Holmes & Justice*||Kwame|
|2||–Marvin Holmes & Justice*||Keep On Keeping On|
|3||–Dorothy Morrison||I Can't Go Without You (Part 1 & 2)|
|4||–Marvin Holmes & Justice*||You Better Keep Her (7" Single version)|
|5||–Jeanie Tracy||Making New Friends|
|6||–Jeanie Tracy||Tripping On The Sounds|
|7||–Bill Bell||Cain't Get Anuff|
|8||–Marvin Holmes & Justice*||Neighbor Neighbor|
|9||–Marvin Holmes & Justice*||Kimani-Mdogo|
|10||–Marvin Holmes||Find Yourself (Part 1 - 7" Single version)|
|11||–Marvin Holmes||Find Yourself (Part 2 - 7" Single version)|
|12||–John Turk & The Third St Annexx||Love Yo' Love|
|13||–Marvin Holmes & Justice*||Gimme Some Tonite (Part 1 & 2)|
|14||–Faye Marshall||You & Me|
|15||–Faye Marshall||Goin' Home|
|16||–John Turk & The Third St Annexx||Confess Your Love|
|17||–Marvin Holmes & Justice*||Tell The Truth|
|18||–Marvin Holmes & Justice*||Take The Time Out|
|19||–Marvin Holmes||You Girl|
|20||–Marvin Holmes||Feel So Good|
|21||–Marvin Holmes||Feel So Good (Instrumental)|
- Compiled By – Daisuke Kuroda