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JUKIN’ BONE
(Whiskey Woman & Way Down East - 2 on 1)
$22 $20
(CD-R)

Both albums on one CD, remastered from sealed vinyl. Jewel box, 74 minutes

JUKIN' BONE
(Whiskey Woman)
$12 (CD-R)

Many of you have asked about buying these albums separately, so here you go! The original first RCA album, remastered from sealed vinyl. Now with hi-res glossy collector's booklet with original replica artwork, liner notes and vintage photo. Jewel box, 38 minutes.

JUKIN' BONE
(Way Down East)
$12 (CD-R)

Many of you have asked about buying these albums separately, so here you go! The original second RCA album, remastered from sealed vinyl. Now with hi-res glossy collector's booklet with original replica artwork, liner notes and vintage photo. Jewel box, 38 minutes.

JUKIN' BONE
(Electric Lady Sessions, 1971)
$15 (CD-R)

A treasure trove of unreleased material from 1971, including the original demo for Concerts West, 6 unreleased out-takes from the Whiskey Woman sessions, and the late-night jam session with a superstar who must remain nameless, all recorded at the legendary studio.
Includes "I'm Convinced," "Bo Diddley," "King Bee,"
"I Gotta Move," "Big-Legged Woman" and 7 others.
Glossy collector's booklet. Jewel box, over 76 minutes.

JUKIN' BONE
(Shoreline Farewell, 1973)
$15 (CD-R)

The very last performance from the band. From Mark's liner notes: "The first thing that becomes obvious from this performance is that we had come to play. The sound man may have been too loaded to mind the levels on the tape or the feedback on stage, which is really a shame. And his use of the built-in echo on the reel-to-reel machine is jarring and irritating at times. But looking past all that we are left with a performance of astonishing passion. I've never heard Joe sing so freely, hitting notes that were hitherto unreachable. John's bass evokes the roaring thunder of John Entwistle on The Who Live At Leeds. Kevin's drums have never been so rock-solid. And my own playing borders on avant-garde at times, it's so adventurous and free. Form and rote are thrown out the window - even an old warhorse like Whiskey Woman takes off into the cosmos on the solo.
So there you have it - sorry about the distortion and inconsistent levels, but this does honor the band's memory."
Rarities include "ThankU4LettinMe...," "Rosalie,"
"Cara-Lynn," "Last of the Steam Powered Trains," "Celluloid Heroes" and "Higher and Higher."
Glossy collector's booklet. Jewel box, over 70 minutes.

JUKIN’ BONE
(The Lost Third Album, 1973)
$15
(CD-R)

So many of you have requested this title, but this period brings up so much emotion for us that we’ve resisted. But here it is: all of the demos made for what was to be the 3rd RCA album. Tom (first drummer) and George (rhythm guitar player) had left, but we soldiered on with two drummers and John on bass. In spite of the bad memories, when we listened to the 14 songs we realized that not only were they historically important for the whole story, but they rocked. And it even features The Dean Brothers on 3 cuts (now THAT was a bizarre idea.)
Special bonus – the 3 farewell radio ads for our last show.
Jewel box, 58 minutes

JUKIN’ BONE
(Get Boned! – Live at the Dinosaur, 2004
$10
(CD-R)

HOT gig, original members, some rarities. Incl Nadine, Chain of Fools, Fool For You, Sayin’ It is Easy, Way Down East, Come On Home. Recorded multi-track, mixed by MD, mastered by Rich Mendelson.
Slim case, 58 min

 

FREE WILL
(Cold, Cold Morning - 1969)
$13 (CD-R)

Real rarity – two sessions: earliest demo recording (with George on bass and Bill Irvin on rhythm gtr) and a very polished recording made in Waterbury, Conn. that is the first recording with John joining the group on bass. Features the legendary “Are You Gone?”
Jewel box, 68 minutes

FREE WILL
(Live at East High 1969)
$15 (CD-R)


Recorded live on reel-to-reel in 1969, this disc captures the teen-age band in transition, still heavily under the influence of Ronnie Dio, Brian’s Idols and other Cortland bands of the era. Joe, Mark, Tom & John, with Bill Irvin still on rhythm guitar. No original material here. You’ll hear the band performing their favorite cover songs, sometimes in unique arrangements. I’m Tired, Come Together, Little Help From My Friends, Commotion, I Believe To My Soul, Heart Full o’ Soul, Oh! Darlin, and the 22-minute Spirit Medley, featuring an unbelievable Tom Glaister drum solo. Although this is the original master tape, there is distortion because our Kustom PA was distorted, trying to compete with the Vox Royal Guardsmen amplifiers in full flight. But if you’re a fan of the band, this is a real find!
Jewel box, 57 minutes.

FREE WILL
(Live at Jordan-Elbridge High School, 1970)
$10
(CD-R)

For Fans Only – lots of distortion on the original tape, but if any one wonders how electric the band’s shows were back in the day, look no further.
Jewel box, 53 min

FREE WILL
(Live at Jabberwocky, 1970) 2 CDs
$20
(CD-R)

This is the sh*t – 3 smokin’ sets at the late, lamented club on the SU hill. Features many classics not available anywhere else, including “Handbags To Gladrags,” “Country Road,” “Needle and Spoon,” “Free Will Boogie,” “Mother Earth” and numerous others.

FREE WILL
(The Tony Caputo Tapes, 1971)
$12
(CD-R)

Ever wonder what the band sounded like before RCA got a hold of them? These are the original 4-track demos that led to the Whiskey Woman album, from 2nd generation reel-to-reel tapes. Also includes many songs from the era that never made it to record.
Jewel box, 58 min

FREE WILL
(Live at Mother Earth, Austin 1971)
$12 (CD-R)

A rare find. Recorded live on reel-to-reel off of the soundboard during Free Willís Tour of Texas in 1971, this disc captures the classic line-up of Whiting, Doyle, Egosarian, DeMaso and Glaister performing inspired versions of their standard club repertoire at the now-defunct Mother Earth club in Austin, TX. Rarities include Bo Diddley, Let Loose, All Night, Rampart Street, Goiní Down Slow, My Babe and Wang Dang Doodle, along with original classics from both albums. A little vocal-heavy because itís a board tape, but it sounds great.
Slim case, 77 minutes.

FREE WILL
(The Basement Tapes, 1970-71)
$12 (CD-R)
NEW!

Rare buried treasure from 2nd generation reel-to-reel tapes. Recorded by Tony Caputo in two sessions, one in 1970 in Joe's parent's basement, and one in 1971 in a basement in Syracuse. Unreleased rarities like Not Fade Away, Nadine, originals like Stop Your Children, Dink Soup, I'm Back Again and It Ain't No Lie are on board along with early versions of Whiskey Woman and Can't Judge What You Missed. 14 songs. Slim Case, 56 min

FREE WILL
(Live On Stage, 2000)
$15 $12

MARK DOYLE and THE MANIACS
(Shake 'Em On Down, 2009)
$15 $12

MARK DOYLE and THE MANIACS
(Live at Shifty’s + Bonus Disc!)
$15 (2 CD-R’s)

Recorded live on Sept. 20, 2009, this disc captures The Maniacs in top form performing songs from the Shake ‘Em On Down disc as well as killer versions of The Train Kept A’Rollin’ (Yardbirds), Let Me Love You (Jeff Beck Group) and Oh Well (Fleetwood Mac). Hosted by Dave Frisina for the TK99 Live Soundcheck series.
Jewel box, 60 minutes.
BONUS DISC! Special free bonus EP recorded multi-track at Bear Bones in Auburn on Sept. 19, 2009, this disc is packaged in a paper insert and features Louisiana Blues and It Hurts Me Too (Savoy Brown), Ain’t Done Wrong (Yardbirds), and a short excerpt of Coming Your Way (Fleetwood Mac), none of which are available elsewhere. Also dynamite live versions of Shake ‘Em On Down and Needle & Spoon. 34 minutes.

MARK DOYLE and THE MANIACS
(Comin' Home, 2010)
$15 $12

MARK DOYLE and THE MANIACS
(Live at The Redhouse, 2010)
$18 (2 DVD-Rs)

Recorded live at The Redhouse on Oct. 23, 2010, this disc captures the entire show on two DVD-Rs. Set two includes a rare acoustic blues set. This was a killer show, the first ever with the new 4-piece lineup. Incl. Live Snakes, Let Me Love You, Crossroads, Red House, Coming Your Way, Stone Free/3rd Stone From The Sun, and many others. Filmed with one HD camera and synched to a killer audio mix. A bit grainy at times because of low-level lights, but this is a very special show.
Double DVD case, over 2 hours.

MARK DOYLE and THE MANIACS
(Pushin’, 2013)
$15 (PRO CD-R)

After two albums that paid homage to the British Blues Boom of the Sixties, and specifically Doyle's heroes Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, Peter Green and Kim Simmonds, the release of "Pushin'" shows The Maniacs standing on their own feet with a bluesy, rockin' and (dare we say it) mature release of mostly original music. Included along with the six brand new Doyle originals is a stunning version of Jukin' Bone's "Nightcrawler", a turbo-charged version of Freddie King's "Palace of the King" and a final tip of the hat to British Blues godfather John Mayall with "I'm Your Witchdoctor."
Jewel box, booklet, shrink-wrapped, retail-ready.
44 minutes.


MARK DOYLE and THE MANIACS
(The Making of Pushin’ DVD)
$15 (PRO DVD-R)

An in-depth, behind the scenes look into the making of the third studio album from Mark Doyle and The Maniacs; this beautifully produced and edited DVD features interviews, commentary, performances, rare photos, official videos and live footage. Videography by Juan Junco, video editing by Sandra Jackson.
Dolby Digital 16:9 screen format, NTSC.
Amray box, shrink-wrapped, retail-ready.

MARK DOYLE and THE MANIACS
(Live and Burnin’, 2013)
$15 (PRO CD-R)


A hot-off-the-press live CD that captures the very latest version of the band (Mark, Pete McMahon, Joel Kane & Frank DeFonda) in an incendiary performance recorded multi-track in New Hartford on June 22, 2013 and mixed by MD. Over one hour of “house party favorites” including “What The Hell’s Goin’ On,” “Parchman Farm,” “Goin’ Up The Country,” “Need Your Love So Bad,” “Train Kept A’ Rollin’,” “Closer To The Truth,” “Hard Life Boogie” and assorted original favorites.
Jewel box, booklet, shrink-wrapped, retail-ready.
Over 60 minutes.

MARK DOYLE and THE MANIACS
(Raw, 2017)
$15 (PRO CD-R)
NEW!

A new live album from the current line-up of the band, recorded on a hot, steamy night at the Dinosaur Bar-B-Que.Featuring the twin-guitar interplay of Mark and Terry Quill, two very good reasons to buy the new CD are the incendiary version of Jimi Hendrix's classic "Red House," and the almost 25-minute "Live Snakes Prelude - History of Rock and Roll," a truly spellbinding and jaw-dropping journey through the classic music of The Rolling Stones, The Beatles, Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac, Buffalo Springfield, Jimi Hendrix, and Led Zeppelin, to name a few. Also features "You Can't Catch Me," "One Sunny Day," and "Lonely Boy," not on any previous releases, as well as killer live versions of "I'm Not Talkin'" and "New Set of Blues."

MARK DOYLE
(Guitar Noir, 1999)
$15 $12

MARK DOYLE’S GUITAR NOIR
(Live at Swaby’s, 2001) 2 CDs
$18
(CD-R)

Very hot night with the road band for the two solo albums. From digi-cam audio, some rarities.
2 Slim cases. Almost 100 min

MARK DOYLE
(Out Of The Past, 2001)
$15 $12

MARK DOYLE
(Solstice At The Cathedral, 2002) Double CD
$20 $17

MARK DOYLE
(Solstice At The Cathedral, 2002) 2-DVD Set
$25 $22

MARK DOYLE
(In Dreams: Guitar Noir II, 2011)
$15 (PRO CD-R)

This long-awaited follow-up to 1999's critically acclaimed "Guitar Noir" album takes the listener on an all-instrumental voyage through the stages of sleep and dreaming. Beginning with the waiting -for- sleep opening salvo of "Mister Sandman", with its White Album-era arrangement juxtaposed with four-part harmony guitars a la The Andrews Sisters, the album just gets more inventive as it proceeds on its journey. From the sweet harmony guitars and Rundgren-esque arrangement of "All I Have To Do Is Dream", through a gorgeous reading of Ray Davies' "I Go To Sleep", through several Doyle originals and even Artie Shaw's old theme song, "Nightmare" this adventurous album has it all.
Jewel box, booklet, shrink-wrapped, retail-ready.
46 minutes.

MARK DOYLE
(Seventies Solo Sessions)
$15 (CD-R)
NEW!

Mark has made secret recordings as a singer/songwriter through the years, and they have now all been assembled from the best possible master tapes. Recorded primarily in Boston from 1974 on, the bulk of the recordings are from that decade, with 3 from 1989 and one brand new track from 2016 recorded specifically for this collection. Songs include Out of Control, Reverie, Parasol, She Lives Upstairs, and many more (14 in all.) Mark is lead singer and main musician, joined by Rich Mendelson on drums, the late Tony Caputo on backing vocals, and guest appearances by Thom Mooney and John DeMaso. Includes glossy booklet with period photos and liner notes.
Jewel box, 53 min

MARK DOYLE, HIS PIANO AND TRIO
(Indian Summer)
$15 (CD-R)


A brand new recording targeted strictly to fans of Mark’s jazz piano playing, this CD presents him on piano ONLY, in mostly trio format with 2 unaccompanied piano solo pieces as well. Popular jazz standards "The Way You Look Tonight," "Stella By Starlight," "Have I Stayed Too Long At The Fair," "All The Things You Are,"" Laura, ""The Most Beautiful Girl In The World," "While We’re Young ," "The Summer Knows," and "Indian Summer."
Jewel box, 42 minutes

MARK DOYLE, HIS PIANO AND TRIO
(Christmas Time Is Here)
$12 (CD-R)

Another brand new recording targeted to fans of Mark's jazz piano playing, this CD, like its predecessor "Indian Summer", presents him on piano ONLY, in both trio and solo renditions of Christmas favorites. Features "Sleigh Ride," "I'll Be Home For Christmas," "Greensleeves,"
and 8 others.
Jewel box, 35 minutes.

MARK DOYLE, HIS PIANO AND TRIO
(Beautiful Love, 2013)
$12 (CD-R)

The third in a series of recordings targeted to fans of Mark’s jazz piano playing. This CD presents Mark on piano ONLY in both trio and solo renditions of standards like "Yours Is My Heart Alone," "You Go To My Head," "Alone Together," "Time After Time," "When The World Was Young," "I’m Glad There Is You," "I’ll Buy You A Star," and the title cut.
A perfect album for relaxation and romance.
Jewel box, 36 minutes.

MARK DOYLE’S GUITAR NOIR
(One November Night – Live In Concert, 2015)
$20 (Double Disc PRO CD-R)

Recorded Nov. 22, 2014 at Onondaga Community College’s Recital Hall, this two-disc set captures the entire evening as performed by Mark Doyle’s Guitar Noir Project – a 10 piece band featuring two guitars, keyboards, bass, drums, 3 violins, viola and cello. Recorded multi-track and mixed by Mark, you’ll hear selections from all 3 solo albums, including the entire In Dreams album, all at a sold-out intimate venue in front of 150 people.
Jewel box, booklet, shrink-wrapped, retail-ready.
Almost two hours of music.

MARK DOYLE’S GUITAR NOIR
(Out of the Past - LIVE!)
$20 (Double Disc DVD w Bonus CD)
NEW!

In 2001 Mark Doyle released his solo album “Out Of The Past,” described as “an all-instrumental modern reinterpretation of a time when theremins, fuzz guitars and vibraphones all melded together into a psychedelic melting pot.” Fourteen years later, on April 4, 2015, Doyle performed the entire album live at Auburn Public Theater with a ten-piece band including a string quintet. The show was captured with four HD cameras and recorded multi-track and mixed in glorious 5.1 Surround.
Also included is a whole second set of bonus material including selections from Doyle’s other two solo albums, “Guitar Noir” and “In Dreams: Guitar Noir II.”
Archive Store EXCLUSIVE - includes Bonus audio CD of all of Disc One plus "When I Fall In Love" from Disc Two.

JOE WHITING/MARK DOYLE
(The Truth, 2007)
$15 $12

JOE WHITING/MARK DOYLE
(The Truth: The Story of Mark Doyle & Joe Whiting, 2008) Double-sided DVD containing Biopic (Side A) and Redhouse Concert (Side B)
$27
$24

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GEORGE EGOSARIAN
(Songs Over Time)
$15 $12

 

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