I have all three albums on vinyl that Splinter released in the Seventies for George Harrison's Dark Horse label. THE PLACE I LOVE (1974) was a gem that featured Billy Preston, Klaus Voorman, Gary Wright, as well as George Harrison on every track. Harrison also produced the album. But the Beatles connection aside, this is a damn fine album. As far as I know, none of these albums have ever been released on CD.
Also, the power-pop band The Elvis Brothers' debut MOVIN' UP from 1983 will thrill any fan of Rockpile or the Stray Cats. Their two Eighties albums were available for about five minutes in the Nineties as a two-fer, but both are long out of print.
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