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Bee Gees were it in the late ’70s. The first group that likely comes to mind when (if) considering Saturday Night Fever and the entire Disco genre. As Disco began to fade from pop-culture consciousness in favor of New Wave, so goes a 1981 album by Bee Gees that should be owned and heard. It […]

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Back in 2013, we profiled a rare Swiss pressing of supergroup Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young’s brilliant album Déjà Vu. Some seven years later, we look at another CSNY offering, this time the 1974 compilation titled So Far. The pressing featured here is not as rare but is still early and not an expected one […]

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This month, we consider a fairly obscure CD from the 1980s. It is the 1986 self-titled album by KBC Band. Never heard of them? Look on YouTube. Perhaps you remember their MTV hit, “America”. In any case, KBC Band was formed by members of Jefferson Airplane, Paul Kantner (guitar, vocals), Marty Balin (vocals), and Jack […]

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In the 1970s, Philip Bailey was an instrumental member of Earth, Wind & Fire, contributing his tremendous vocal range and songwriting during the decade. In 1983, Bailey went out on his own, releasing the aptly-named solo effort Continuation. The album made little impact on the pop charts, but Bailey’s fortunes would change a year later. […]

A Japan-for-Europe Procol Harum compilation

Back to rock, or to be more specific, prog rock. For the last few months, we’ve looked at early CDs in the jazz, reggae, and pop realms. It’s been a while since we focused on a rock album. Let’s do that. In this post, we consider the British rock group Procol Harum. Prog, psychedelic, blues, […]

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If you search past posts here on keithhirsch.com, you will find entries from 2010 and 2013 featuring early Japanese pressings of John Coltrane. So it’s been seven years since we last covered the legendary jazz saxophonist. In this post, instead of a Japanese pressing, we will take a look at a rare U.S. pressing. This […]

A West German pressing of Bob Marley & The Wailers Bob, Peter, Bunny & Rita

In today’s post, we add some reggae to keithhirsch.com as a change from the usual rock, pop, and jazz. When most people think reggae, they immediately think of Bob Marley. Understandable. Marley was instrumental in helping to bring reggae to the mainstream in the 1970s. However, to keep things interesting, we will not look at […]

An early Japan-for-U.S. pressing of Go-Go’s Beauty and the Beat

With CDs doing their part to signify the start of the digital age in the early ’80s, it is appropriate to look at early CDs of music from the era. Of course, music usually represents the culture and beliefs of the period in which it was written. When the CD went commercial and began to […]

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