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Welcome To Club Casablanca (1976) - This was released on Neil Bogert's short-lived Casablanca record label. A rare record which has never been released on CD contains a soulful version of Bobby Blue Bland's 'Ain't No Love In The Heart of the City'. There's also a great interpretation of  John Kay's Easy Evil. There is some blistering guitar work by Klaus Voorman. Other songs include Resign Yourself and C. Jankel's 'Had Enough'.

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Good To Be Alive  (1973) - Released in the UK 1973 on the GM label. 
North America release 1975 on Casablanca. Billy Gaff had been Long John's manager and started this label. A great record that needs to be re-released on CD. Includes a version of Graham Parsons 'She'. Also included is LJB's autobiographical Rake and a Rambling Boy and Bo Diddley's Let Me Pass. 

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Everything Stops For Tea - NEW!! RE-RELEASE 2005** Released world-wide on Warner's
in 1972. This exceptional album has a wonderful album jacket art by Ron Wood of The Rolling Stones. The second of two Elton John and Rod Stewart co-produced albums for Long John Baldry. He delivers a blistering version of the late Willie Dixon's You Can't Judge a Book and it also includes LBJ and Rod Stewart's duet of Mother Ain't Dead.

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It Ain't Easy - NEW!! RE-RELEASE 2005** Released worldwide on the Warner's in 1971.
One side was produced by
Elton John and the other produced by Rod Stewart. This album introduced LJB to North America and includes his signature song  Don't Try To Lay No Boogie Woogie On The King of Rock and Roll. NOTE: Also includes the gem Rock Me When He's Gone, one of the few Elton John/Bernie Taupin songs that Elton John has never released.

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