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Various Artists - The Soma Records Story

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Various Artists - The Soma Records Story - The Soma Records Story Vol. 1-Shake It For Me! LP
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Item #: BR 111 -

    The record world was a completely different place in 1965. Kids wanting to take home a piece of the rock 'n' roll action they frugged to at the Armory dance last weekend or a wild tune they heard the local bossjocks spin on the way home from school, inevitably had to deal with seven-inchers made by independent record labels. The single was the thing in the mid-60's, not the album. In even the hippest big city record emporiums, you could thumb through the entire recorded canon of British...

    Various Artists - The Soma Records Story - The Soma Records Story Vol. 2-Bright Lights, Big City! LP
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    Item #: BR 112 -

      The record world was a completely different place in 1965. Kids wanting to take home a piece of the rock 'n' roll action they frugged to at the Armory dance last weekend or a wild tune they heard the local bossjocks spin on the way home from school, inevitably had to deal with seven-inchers made by independent record labels. The single was the thing in the mid-60's, not the album. In even the hippest big city record emporiums, you could thumb through the entire recorded canon of British...

      Various Artists - The Soma Records Story - The Soma Records Story-Vol. 3-A Mans Gotta Be A Man! LP
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      Item #: BR 113 -

        The record world was a completely different place in 1965. Kids wanting to take home a piece of the rock 'n' roll action they frugged to at the Armory dance last weekend or a wild tune they heard the local bossjocks spin on the way home from school, inevitably had to deal with seven-inchers made by independent record labels. The single was the thing in the mid-60's, not the album. In even the hippest big city record emporiums, you could thumb through the entire recorded canon of British...