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Folk/Country — Vinyl

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✨✧ John PrineDiamonds In The Rough ... LP
Atlantic, 1972. Near Mint- ... Just Sold Out!
Fantastic early work from John Prine – exactly the kind of sounds that made him so different from both the 60s generation of folksingers, and most of his hip 70s contemporaries too! In one breath, Prine manages to embrace musical worlds that run from New Orleans up through the Mississippi Delta, into Memphis and Nashville, on up to the Chicago scene in which he made his name – which is where the biting wit and special vision of his sound really comes into focus! Prine was reportedly discovered in a small Chicago club by Kris Kristofferson and Roger Ebert – but from the sound of his well-developed talents here, he hardly needed any big names to point him out – as the man's in very comfortable company of his own, working with Steve Goodman on second guitar and David Bromberg on electric guitar, mandolin, and dobro. Titles include "The Late John Garfield Blues", "The Frying Pan", "Billy The Bum", "Clocks & Spoons", "The Great Compromise", "Take The Star Out Of The Window", and "Yes I Guess They Oughta Name A Drink After You". LP, Vinyl record album
(Includes lyric insert. Cover has light wear.)

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John PrinePrime Prine – Best Of John Prine (180 gram pressing) ... LP
Atlantic/Rhino, 1976. New Copy ... $21.99
The compilation that capped off a younger John Prine's early years at Atlantic Records – and if it might have come off as a bit prematurely titled at at time given the treasure trove of "best of" level material Prine would record for decades to come, there's no question after all these years ther is plenty of genuinely prime Prine songs here! John's Atlantic albums still stand as some of the finest folk rock ever put out by the label, hislyrics and vocals that distinctive mix of wit and grit, Arif Mardin's production smart enough to keep things spare and intimate when necessary, and to bring in some lusher touches at times. Includes "Sam Stone", "Saddle In The Rain", "Pease Don't Bury Me", "Grandpa Was A Carpenter", "Donald & Lydia", "Illegal Smile", "Sweet Revenge", "Souvenirs", "Come Back To Us Barbara Lewis Hare Krishna Beauregard" and "Hello In There". LP, Vinyl record album
(Rhino Rocktober brick & mortar store exclusive.)

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Sissy SpacekHangin Up My Heart ... LP
Atlantic, 1983. Very Good+ ... $1.99
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(Cover has a cutout notch.)
 
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Bert JanschLucky Thirteen ... LP
Vanguard, Mid 60s. Very Good+ ... $34.99
A rare early American release of some of Bert Jansch's sublime recordings for the UK Transatlantic label – with tracks that include "Angie", "I Have No Time", "Needle Of Death", "Casbah", "Ring A Ding Bird", and "The Wheel". LP, Vinyl record album
(Gold label stereo pressing. Cover has light wear and bumped corners.)

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John RenbournFaro Annie ... LP
Reprise, 1972. Near Mint- ... $39.99
An album of understated brilliance from the great John Renbourn – a set that mostly just features John on vocals and guitar, working through tunes of a traditional nature – yet delivering a record that's full of tremendously powerful moments! There's none of the hoke here that you might have gotten from a folk revival record from a decade before – and instead, Renbourn's bringing all the amazing new discoveries he and his contemporaries have unlocked in the acoustic guitar, as a way of opening up some of the darker corners and spookier elements of the tunes – none of which should be that strong on their own, but which work together here beautifully. Renbourn gets a bit of help from time to time – vocals from Dorris Henderson, harmonica from Pete Dyer, and drums from Terry Cox – but most of the set is just vocals and guitar, even more timeless in 1971 than it might have been before John plays a bit of sitar and harmonica, too – and titles include "Kokomo Blues", "Little Sadie", "Shake Shake Mama", 'The Cuckoo","Willy O Winsbury", "Faro Annie", and "Come On In My Kitchen". LP, Vinyl record album
(UK Transatlantic pressing. Cover has some gloss separation along the spine and an unglued bottom seam.)

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John RenbournJohn Renbourn (UK pressing) ... LP
Transatlantic, 1966. Very Good ... $19.99
(Rock, Folk/Country) LP, Vinyl record album
(UK pressing, with globe logo centered on the label. Cover has unglued seams.)
 
 
 



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