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Mickey Newbury

 

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Mickey NewburyLovers ... LP
Elektra, 1975. Very Good+ .... $14.99
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(Cover has light wear.)

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Mickey NewburyFrisco Mabel Joy ... LP
Elektra, 1971. Very Good+ .... Just Sold Out!
The second in Mickey Newbury's American Trilogy – recorded when Newbury was at Elektra Records, a label that was apparantly as unable to find an audience for him as Mercury was a few years earlier – but all these years later it stands just as beautifully of a leftfield bit of spacious, moody genius just about any singer-songwriter record of the period we can think of! Recorded at Nashville's Cinderella Sound Studios, it's really wonderful stuff that defys genre and convention, but is as emotionally connective and sastisfying as anything from the mainstream. Titles include "The Future's Not What It Used To Be", "Frisco Depot, "Swiss Cottage Place", "How I Love Them Old Songs" and more. LP, Vinyl record album
(In the die-cut cover, missing the printed inner sleeve. Cover has a cutout notch.)

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Mickey NewburyLive At Montezuma Hall/Looks Like Rain ... LP
Elektra, 1973. Very Good 2LP Gatefold .... Just Sold Out!
LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has light wear.)
 
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Bobby BareReal Thing/I Hate Goodbyes/Ride Me Down Easy ... CD
RCA/Omni (Australia), 1970/1973. New Copy .... $16.99 19.98
Classic level greatness from Bobby Bare – with the complete The Real Thing and I Hate Goodbyes/Ride Me Down Easy records from 1970 and 1973 – plus a smattering of some his best ever recordings as bonus tracks! At his peak – and we consider this to be peak material – Bobby Bare had and easygoing, laconic storyteller vocal style that's as great as any of his more celebrated peers – plus the songs of friend and collaborator Shel Silverstein as well as songs by Tom T Hall, Kris Kristofferson, Billy Joe Shaver, Mickey Newbury and other legends to work with. Add to that a perfect mix Nashville Sound lushness and stripped-down country laid down by the best session musicians in the business and the recipe is pretty close to perfection! 24 tracks in all: "Sunday Mornin' Comin' Down", "The Chicago Story", "Ride Me Down Easy", "I'll Love The Hurt Out Of You", "(Margie's At) The Licoln Park Inn", "A Restless Wind", "Send Tomorrow To The Moon", "Poison Red Berries", "California Dreams", "Tulsa County", "I Hate Goodbyes", "Barbara Joy", "What's Your Mama's Name, Child", "A Train That Never Runs" and more. CD
 
 
 
 



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