23 Sep Forthcoming RSD Black Friday 2021 Titles! – Tammi Terrell “Irresistible” yellow vinyl + Jackson 5 “ABC” blue vinyl + Barry McGuire “Eve of Destruction”
Three new exclusive titles are announced for RSD Black Friday 2021! This event strives to shine a light on the independent businesses in your local community; there are artists, labels, managers, and distribution companies who have put together a list of titles for that season that will be available at participating record stores. They come out in limited editions on November 26, 2021!
Tammi Terrell – “Irresistible” – (Limited 180 Gr. Yellow Colored Vinyl)
The ﬁrst and only solo album by Tammi Terrell, released before her premature death at the age of 24. Known for her popular duets with Marvin Gaye, Terrell scored seven Top 40 singles on the Billboard Hot 100, including the legendary Ashford & Simpson 1966 song “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough”. The Irresistible Tammi Terrell is one of the greatest and most undervalued Motown albums from the 1960s. Tammi sings lead vocals accompanied by The Andantes and The Spinners, with The Funk Brothers providing the instrumental background. Included are her hits “Come On and See Me” and “I Can’t Believe You Love Me,” as well as two tracks that were later dubbed by Marvin Gaye in order to create vocal duets.
Jackson 5 – ABC – (Limited 180 Gr. Blue Colored Vinyl)
The second studio album by The Jackson 5, which peaked at #1 on the Billboard Black Albums chart in 1970 and sold millions of copies wor1dwide. Includes the hits “ABC” and “The Love You Save”, which both reached #1 on Billboard’s Soul Singles and Billboard’s Hot 1 OO. “ABC” unseated The Beatles’ “Let lt Be” Oíl the charts.
Barry McGuire – Eve of Destruction – (180 Gr. HQ Limited edition)
Includes the iconic protest song and title-track, which hit #1 on the US Billboard Hot 100 in September 1965. “Eve of Destruction” was recorded by McGuire with the original composer P. F. Sloan on guitar, Phil Spector’s Wrecking Crew members Hal Blaine (who played with Frank Sinatra and The Beach Boys, among many others) on drums, and Larry Knechtel (who played with The Doors and Simon & Garfunkel, among many others) on bass.