Miami Vice-Original Soundtrack- LP- stereo-MCA MCAP3293 - 2 song 12" picture disc, in clear plastic cover, with "Miami Vice Theme" & "You Belong to the City" by Glen Frey, appears to be unplayed, A side depicts Don Johnson & Philip Michael Thomas, B side depicts Frey & Hammer - (NM-/M) - $10- Order
Riddle, Nelson-The Rogues: Original TV Soundtrack- LP- stereo-RCA LSP-2976 - 1964 33 1/3 RPM LP release. Original TV soundtrack for the show, "The Rogues," starring Charles Boyer, David Niven, and Gig Cleverly titled tracks include "From Rogues to Riches," "A Rogue in Rio," and "One for the Rogue." Cover is super clean with very slight wear only. Disc (black "Stereo Dynagroove" label with silver print) is Near Mint. Scarce Soundtrack title in fine condition.
Star Trek (Sealed 45 P/S)-In Vino Veritas: original stories for children inspired by Star Trek- 45- mono-Peter Pan 1513 - 1979 45 RPM 7 inch record with picture sleeve. Record retells the story of "In Vino Veritas" for children, a classic episode of the Star Trek TV show. Front cover of the picture sleeve has the crew at helm of the Enterprise, back cover has 4 images from the show. Disc is still factory SEALED (slight creasing along the edges)-disc inside is, of course, MINT and unplayed.
Various Artists-40 Greatest Women of Country Music- CD- stereo-Sound Byte - 2002 promo-only CD, released to U.S. radio stations to promote the CMT TV special, "40 Greatest Women of Country Music". CD consist of 18 very short tracks (often about 20 seconds each) which are all "outtakes"-extra material which was not used in the show. Each of these tracks has a famous musician commenting briefly (and sometimes provocatively) on one of the Country stars featured in the TV special.
Melissa Etheridge on the Beatles opening for Brenda Lee
Trace Adkins on his attraction to Shania Twain
Chris Cagle on his crush on Emmylou Harris
Dolly Parton on Natalie of the Dixie Chicks
Chris Isaak on the 'pop culture' icon of Dolly Parton
Melissa Etheridge on the Southern Hospitality of Tammy Wynette
Don Henley about the Dixie Chicks label controversy
Pat Tillis describes Lucinda Williams as the anti-Shania
Melissa Etheridge on the first woman to cross over, Crystal Gayle
Alison Krauss on Loretta Lynny like the female Hank Williams
Kenny Rogers on Dottie West singing about pain and happiness
Melissa Etheridge on the "babe factor" of Shania Twain
Don Henley about the 'damn good' qualities of Trisha Yearwood
Dolly Parton on Emmylou Harris and her skinny legs
Chely Wright on being insulted by Loretta Lynn
Keith Urban on Patty Loveless and her hard times and soulful voice
Jamie O'Neal on Martina McBride giving it her all, every time
Lee Ann Womack on Reba McEntire as an inspiration. CD cover is MINT. Disc is MINT.
Wonderful World-Original Soundtrack- LP- mono-Columbia OL5360 - green label, 1958 TV soundtrack, music by Leonard Bernstern, lyrics by Betty Camden & Adolph Green, cond by Lehmon Engel - (EXC+/NM) - $10- Order