New Arrivals This Week At Dumb Records

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Hey-o, it’s another week at our record store here downtown, and we’ve got some new arrivals this week when it comes to new and used LPs, CDs, and even some cassettes this week. Our store is still open from 12-6pm every single day, and we will probably increase our ours in July – just hang tight to find out what those new hours are going to be and maybe some info on an arcade later on. No, we still aren’t planning for any shows to happen any time soon, even though it is looking like Illinois will be moving to phase 4 at some point within the week. Okay, here’s what’s new:

New LPs
Anna Burch – If You’re Dreaming
The B-52’s – Cosmic Thing
Best Coast – Crazy For You
Dead Milkmen – Welcome To The End Of The World
Deerhoof – The Man, The King, The Girl
Gregory Isaacs – The Lonely Lover
KISS – KISS
Lady Gaga – Chromatica
Lamont Butler – It’s Time For A Change
Mogwai – Every Country’s Sun
Muzz – Muzz
The Zombies – Odyssey & Oracle

Used LPs
Christopher Perkening – Romanza
Coleman Hawkins – Hawkins! Alive! At The Village Gate
David McCallum – Music A Part of Me
The Doobie Brothers – Toulouse Street
Drake – Take Care
Ike & Tina Turner – River Deep / Mountain High
Jean-Luc Ponty – Aurora
Jean-Luc Ponty – Fables
Jerry Vale – Everybody Loves Somebody
Johnny Tillotson – Sings Our World
Martha Reeves – Martha Reeves
Nancy Sinatra – Nancy In London
Peter, Paul And Mary – Peter, Paul & Mary
Rhinoceros – Satin Chickens
The Righteous Brothers – Soul And Inspiration
The Searchers – The Searchers
Starbuck – Moonlight Feels Right
The Supremes – Right On
Various – Cruisin’ 1963
Various – Sing Along With The Oldies

12” Singles
Mase – Lookin’ At Me
Mellow Man Ace – If You Were Mine
Southbound Players – Attitude Of A Player
Talib Kweli – Down For The Count
Three 6 Mafia – Late Nite Tip / Hit ‘Em
The Wee Papa Girl Rappers – Heat It Up

New CDs
A*Teens – Pop ’Til You Drop!
Al Martino – Greatest Hits
Amanda – Everybody Doesn’t
Beck – Mutations
Barbra Streisand – Guilty
Barbra Streisand – Songbird
Big Head Todd And The Monsters – Riviera
Boney James – Ride
Charlie Hunter Trio – Bing, Bing, Bing!
Coleman Hawkins – Supreme
Collin Raye – I Think About You
Dan Fogelberg – Exiles
Dave Holland Quintet – Prime Directive
Dave Weckl Band – Transition
Frank Sinatra – No One Cares
George Strait – Blue Clear Sky
India.Arie – Acoustic Soul
Jazzanova – In Between
Jewel – Pieces Of You
John Denver – Windsong
Jim Hall-Ron Carter Duo – Alone Together
Kim Richey – Bitter Sweet
K.T. Oslin – Live Close By, Visit Often
Lorrie Morgan – To Get To You
Mint Condition – Life’s Aquarium
Molly Hatchet – Beatin’ The Odds
RATT – Ratt & Roll 8191
Ray Stevens – Live!
Ted Nugent – Great Gonzos!
Triumph – Classics
The White Stripes – The White Stripes
Various – Hi-Fidelity House: Imprint 3
Zebrahead – Playmate Of The Year
ZZ Top – ZZ Top Sixpack

Used Cassettes
Black Uhuru – Red
Drive Like Jehu – Yank Crime
Robert Palmer – Riptide
Metallica – Black Album
Prong – Beg To Differ
Sheena Easton – You Could Have Been With Me
SNFU – Something Green And Leafy This Way
Soundgarden – Louder Than Love
Various – Famous Duets

On The Move With Reco Hill (Video Series)

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Over the past month or so, there has been a new original video / interview series coming out of Springfield on youtube called “On The Move With Reco Hill” and we are lovin’ it. This new series is a collaboration between Reco Hill and Elijah Settles. Elijah has been doing the videography and Reco Hill hosts the interview segments. Above is a photo of Reco interviewing Ken Pacha. We’ve embedded the video for that one below, we’ve also embedded a video segment of Reco interviewing the active Black People Party of America during a week of protests in Springfield. Most of the interviews are relating to local music.

Be sure to check out the full channel for On The Move With Reco Hill right here, be sure to like and subscribe!