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  • Crate & Barrel The Beatles "Revolver"
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    Originally released in 1966, "Revolver" was the seventh album recorded by the Beatles. From the classically inspired "Eleanor Rigby" to the happy bounce of "Yellow Submarine" the vinyl record album sees the band experimenting with new sounds and ideas. 1. Taxman 2. Eleanor Rigby 3. I'm Only Sleeping 4. Love You To 5. Here, There and Everywhere 6. Yellow Submarine 7. She Said, She Said 8. Good Day Sunshine 9. And Your Bird Can Sing 10. For No One 11. Docter Robert 12. I Want to Tell You 13. Got to Get You into My Life 14. Tomorrow Never Knows We're excited to partner with one of the biggest hitmakers of our time—Capitol Records—to bring you 75 albums re-released on vinyl. Each album captures the magic of the recording studio, faithfully preserving every note, beat, pause and whisper of the original.
  • Crate & Barrel Sam Smith "In The Lonely Hour"
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    At just 21, Sam Smith is the first and only male to win both the 2016 Brits Critics Choice award and the BBC Sound of 2014 poll. 1. Money on My Mind 2. Good Thing 3. Stay with Me 4. Leave Your Lover 5. I'm Not the Only One 6. I've Told You Now 7. Like I Can 8. Life Support 9. Not in That Way 10. Lay Me Down We're excited to partner with one of the biggest hitmakers of our time—Capitol Records—to bring you 75 albums re-released on vinyl. Each album captures the magic of the recording studio, faithfully preserving every note, beat, pause and whisper of the original.
  • Deny Within the Tides 16" x 20" Canvas
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    Bring an eye-catching touch to your home with this striking piece, gallery-wrapped with a matte finish for artful appeal.
  • Crate & Barrel Robert Glasper "Black Radio"
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    Released by Blue Note Records in 2012 by jazz pianist Robert Glasper and The Experiment, "Black Radio" boldly stakes out new musical territory and transcends any notion of genre, drawing widely from jazz, hip hop, R&B and rock. The vinyl record album includes "Gonna Be Alright (F.T.B.)," "Ah Yeah" and "Lift Off" among other popular cuts. 1. Lift Off (feat. Shafiq Husayn/Mic Check) 2. Afro Blue (feat. Erykah Badu) 3. Cherish the Day (feat. Lalah Hathaway) 4. Always Shine (feat. Lupe Fisco and Bilal) 5. Gonna Be Alright (F.T.B) (feat. Kedisi) 6. Move Love (feat. King) 7. Ah Yeah (feat. Musiq Soulchild and Chrisette Michele) 8. The Consequences of Jealousy (feat. Meshelle Ndegecello) 9. Why Do We Try (feat. Stokley) 10. Black Radio (feat. Yasiin Bey) 11. Letter to Hermione (feat. Bilal) 12. Smells Like Teen Spirit We're excited to partner with one of the biggest hitmakers of our time—Capitol Records—to bring you 75 albums re-released on vinyl. Each album captures the magic of the recording studio, faithfully preserving every note, beat, pause and whisper of the original.
  • Modernica Case Study Desk Top Cylinder Planter with Wood Stand
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    Modernica’s Case Study Desk Top Cylinder with Wood Stand is clean and elegant in form. The stoneware planter comes in 3 matte colors: pebble, charcoal and white. The stand is crafted from Brazilian walnut. Modernica’s Case Study Planter Program connects architectural form with functional vessels. The ceramic stoneware is offered in multiple shapes, sizes, and glazes, allowing one to mix-and-match; your choices will determine the style and personality of your planter. All shapes and stands can be used outside and inside, letting one carry the aesthetic from exterior to the interior and vice-versa. With proper care Brazilian walnut is 100% waterproof—suitable for many situations.
  • Crate & Barrel Merle Haggard "Mama Tried"
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    Released in 1968, Merle Haggard's "Mama Tried" is dominated by soulful prison songs most notably the hit title track, which was one of the country artist's biggest hit singles. Telling the tale of a son who's caused his mother pain and suffering by going to prison, "Mama Tried" won the Grammy Hall of Fame Award in 1999. In addition to the title track, you'll enjoy "Folsom Prison Blues" and the "Green, Green Grass of Home" on this vinyl record album. 1. Mama Tried 2. Green, Green Grass of Home 3. Little Ole Wine Drinker Me 4. In the Good Olde Days (When Times Were Bad) 5. I Could Have Gone Right 6. I'll Always Know 7. The Sunny Side of My Life 8. Teach Me to Forget 9. Folsom Prison Blues 10. Run 'Em Off 11. You'll Never Love Me Now 12. Too Many Bridges to Cross Over We're excited to partner with one of the biggest hitmakers of our time—Capitol Records—to bring you 75 albums re-released on vinyl. Each album captures the magic of the recording studio, faithfully preserving every note, beat, pause and whisper of the original.

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