Blues-Rock F-H

Artist Title (Label) Cover / Record / Co. Released Price CHF
Chris Farlowe & The Thunderbirds
Out Of The Blue (Date) EX / EX D'1985 42.00
(mid-80's comeback album by Colosseum lead-singer.. .who started out as the british Skiffle-champion in the late 50's... after a few non-charting 45's Jagger 'n Richards helped him lance a deal w/ Immediate Records! ...he finally cracked it w/"out of time" (Stones) hitting the charts as a #1 single in '66! ...and then came Colosseum; ...stompin' Blues-rockin' grits w/brass 'n Albert Lee cranks some lead-axe; incl. "ain't superstitious", "the thrill is gone", "(standing on) shakey ground"; Mike Vernon produced;)
Charles Ford Band A Reunion (Blue Rock'it) M- / M- U.S.'1983 28.00
(live-reunion album by legendary white-boy Blues-rockin' band feat. Robben Ford; incl. a 10:30 version of "forty days and forty nights"; reprint in diff. color-sleeve;)
A Reunion (Blue Rock'it) EX / EX U.S.'1983 42.00
(live-reunion album by legendary white-boy Blues-rockin' band feat. Robben Ford; incl. a 10:30 version of "forty days and forty nights";)
Robben Ford Schizophonic (L.A. International) M- / M- / Cc. U.S.'1976 52.00*
(athmo-laden Blues-Rock w/loungy Fusion soothe, tasty guit-picks; funky edge;)
Schizophonic (L.A. International) EX / EX U.S.'1976 52.00*
(athmo-laden Blues-Rock w/loungy Fusion soothe, tasty guit-picks; funky edge;)
The Inside Story (Elektra) EX / EX U.S.'1979 32.00*
(later in the 70's and Steve Cropper produced; ...some tasty guitar-licks thru' tubes of loungy moods; w/brass;)
Terry Frank Loaded To Fire (No Label) M / M- U.S.'1981 265.00
(early 80's U.S. privat-press of power-spiked Blues-Rock pounder w/fluid leads; covers of Freddie King's "hideaway" and a earthpoundin' version of Dylan's (..or was it Hendrix?) "all along the watchtower" w/ impressive lead-axe work to be topped only on his own "beyond the rainbow" (6:45) ...an instrumental track on which the guitar beams out into spacey Psychedelic zone!! pristine shape!)
Terry Frank & Bone Deluxe Stompin' (No Label) New / New U.S.'1992 28.00
(early 90's cassette only release of savage Blues-Rock grooves by U.S. trio feat. Terry on acoustic/electric guitars w/tremendous slide on Johnny Winters "mean town blues" for opening track; his lady Cheryl plays bass and Mark Anthony beats 'em drums; recorded LIVE at Stockholders in Milwaukee, WI in 1992! other hi-lytes here sure are "la grange" (ZZ TOP) "dust my broom" which bumps into a racin' "shake your money maker"!! HOT turf and there!! ...where it's at!!)
Freight Train Just The Beginning (Fly By Nite) M / M- U.S.'197 175.00
(early 70's U.S. Blues-Rock item from Pennsylvania, U.S.; drivin' Savoy Brown type w/fluid lead-axe work; ace version of "papa ain't salty" & a passionate cranko-feel on the extended "so many roads" (7:02) boss piece in the field; rare privat-press in TOP shape!)
Rory Gallagher Against The Grain (Chrysalis) EX / VG++ U.S.'1975 32.00*
(mid-70's album by irish Blues-Boy w/that singin' guitar rending a special color to his great bluesy voice! orig. U.S. promo-print;)
Against The Grain (Chrysalis) VG++ / EX D'1975 36.00*
(mid-70's album by irish Blues-Boy w/that singin' guitar rending a special color to his great bluesy voice! orig. german print in FOC;)
Blueprint (Polydor) EX / EX / Cc. U.S.'1973 42.00*
(4th album by irish Blues-Boy w/that singin' guitar rending a special color to his great bluesy voice!  incl.  "walk on hot coals", "banker's blues", "hands off"; orig. U.S. print;)
Deuce (Polydor) VG++ / VG+ U.S.'1972 38.00*
(also excellent 2nd album  by irish Blues-Boy w/that singin' guitar rending a special color to his great bluesy voice! most versatile bag rangin' from hard-rockin' lanes w/tasty electric leads to acoustic Blues-picker galore... a fiery electric slide-job on the poundin' "whole lot of people", tasty acoustic-leads on "I'm not awake yet"; orig. U.S. print)
Irish Tour (Capo) M- / EX D'1974 Sold
(6th album by irish Blues-Boy w/that singin' guitar rending a special color to his great bluesy voice!  incl. the great "a million miles away"; "walk on hot coals"; german 2nd print in FOC; live double-set;)
Jinx (Chrysalis) EX / EX D'1982 32.00*
(early 80'a release by irish Blues-Boy w/that singin' guitar rending a special color to his great bluesy voice! german orig. print;)
Photo-Finish (Chrysalis) EX / EX D'1978 34.00*
(late-70's release by irish Blues-Boy w/that singin' guitar rending a special color to his great bluesy voice! german print in FOC;)
Photo-Finish (Chrysalis) EX / EX D'1978 26.00*
(late-70's release by irish Blues-Boy w/that singin' guitar rending a special color to his great bluesy voice! german 2nd print in non-FOC;)
Tattoo (Chrysalis) EX / EX U.S.'1973 42.00*
(5th album by irish Blues-Boy w/that singin' guitar rending a special color to his great bluesy voice!  incl. the great "a million miles away";)
The Story So Far (Polydor) EX / VG++ Can'1975 28.00*
(mid-70's compilation-album by irish Blues-Boy w/that singin' guitar rending a special color to his great bluesy voice! orig. canadian print;)
The Story So Far (Polydor) EX / EX U.S.'1975 34.00*
(mid-70's compilation-album by irish Blues-Boy w/that singin' guitar rending a special color to his great bluesy voice! orig.U.S. print;)
Top Priority (Chrysalis) EX / EX D'1979 28.00*
(late 70's release by irish Blues-Boy w/that singin' guitar rending a special color to his great bluesy voice! german 2nd print;)
Barry Goldberg And Friends (Record Man Prod.) EX / EX U.S.'1970 75.00
(wild Blues-Rock jammer w/ Bloomfield & Mandel crankin' the axe and Barry setting the pace; incl. "sweet home Chicago", "mess "a da" Blues" (8:37)
Blues From Chicago (Cherry Red) EX / EX U.S.'1971 75.00
(hot-buttered studio-jams recorded bewteen '64 & '71 feat. Harvey Mandel, Charlie Musselwhite, Barry Goldberg, Neil Merryweather...; incl. the shaky 15 minutes plus "Cherry Jam" (!) ...w/great organ/ harmonica trades! ....a strikin' example for the white-boy Chicago-Blues Sounds of the late 60's/early 70's! ...promo-sticker on front-cover;)
Chicago Anthology (Together) EX / M- U.S.'1966 125.00
(RARE U.S. 60's release of mid-60's recordings by legendary white-boy Chicago Blues heroes feat. Barry Goldberg, Harvey Mandel, Charlie Musselwhite, Roy Ruby...; ...these guys gettin' it down to the grits!! incl. "big boss man", "hoochie coochie man", "funk"...; great cover-art w/ a khool live-photo-shot!)
The Barry Goldberg Blues Band
Blowing My Mind (Epic) M / EX U.S.'1966 145.00
(debut by white-boy Blues-Rock gang from Chicago in the mid-60's feat. Charlie Musselwhite on harmonica and  a young Harvey Mandel cranks some stunning hard leads w/slide 'n that grinding "snake"-style; I sense a similar energy at work here as on John Hammond's "I can tell"; "gettin' it down" for opener, "mean old world" continues the menue, title track adds a melodic treat, "put me down" ombs 'round the bend and "think" for closure feat. organ-leads and an intense hard-stomping beat w/Harvey 'ploding forth! .among the best things in fields of white-boy blues for sure! orig. yellow-label stereo-print!)
Blowing My Mind (Epic) EX / EX U.S.'1966 175.00
(White-label radio station copy in dynamic MONO! debut by white-boy Blues-Rock gang from Chicago in the mid-60's feat. Charlie Musselwhite on harmonica and  a young Harvey Mandel cranks some stunning hard leads w/slide 'n that grinding "snake" -style; I sense a similar energy at work here as on John Hammond's "I can tell"; "gettin' it down" for opener, "mean old world" continues the menue, title track adds a melodic treat, "put me down" bombs 'round the bend and "think" for closure feat. organ-leads and an intense hard-stomping beat w/Harvey 'ploding forth! ...among the best things in fields of white-boy blues for sure!)
The Barry Goldberg Reunion Same (Buddha) EX / EX U.S.'1970 65.00
(early 70's release of mix-bag stretching from Pop-oriented 'n arranged songs (w/wah-fuzz lead-axe on "another day"(!) to bloozed Rock galore w/ exciting slide-work on an ace version of "it hurts me too"; cover of Danny Whittens (of Rockets & Crazy Horse-fame) "hole in my pocket"; rare mono/promo print!)
Great Jones All Bowed Down! (Tonsil) VG++ / VG++ U.S.'1970 52.00
(late 60's/early 70's  U.S. release of gritty rhythm-rocker w/bloozed ceiling 'n soulful vibes, intense lead-axe runs... a ruff mix in all peakin' on the funky "united state of mind" (6:32) written by Dr. John! strong femme back-ups by Merry Clayton, Clydie King & Vanetta Fields; small N.Y. label release;)
Peter Green Kolors (Creole) M- / EX D'1983 34.00*
(orig. german print of early 80's solo album by famous Fleetwood Mac guitarist; West-Coasty Rock plus a mind for Blues; drummer is Dave Mattacks (of Fairport Convention)
White Sky (Creole) M / M D'1982 38.00*
(orig. german print of early 80's solo album by famous Fleetwood Mac guitarist; West-Coasty Rock plus a mind for Blues;)
White Sky (Creole) M- / EX D'1982 34.00*
(orig. german print of early 80's solo album by famous Fleetwood Mac guitarist; West-Coasty Rock plus a mind for Blues;)
The Groundhogs Crosscut Saw (United Artists) EX / EX / Cc. U.S.'1976 42.00
(orig. U.S. print of mid-70's album by this british B(l)ooz-boomer troupe gone w/ruff-hewn boogie-pounder grits 'n dual-guitar cranks;)
Hogwash (United Artists) EX / VG++ U.K.'1972 65.00
(orig. U.K. print of early 70's effort by this britisch Blues-rockin' bunch fronted by Anthony Charles McPhee (also known as Tony) who penned all the songs...'I love Miss Ogyny' , '3744 James Road' , 'Mr. Hooker, Sir John' , 'earth shanty' ... comes in triple-fold sleeve!)
John Hammond Can't Beat The Kid (Capricorn) VG++ / VG++ / Co. U.S.'1975 34.00
(feat. here are such legends as Kenny Buttrey, Spooner Oldham, Roger Hawkins...; incl. "Statesboro blues", "terraplane blues;)
Can't Beat The Kid (Capricorn) EX / EX / Co. U.S.'1975 42.00
(feat. here are such legends as Kenny Buttrey, Spooner Oldham, Roger Hawkins...; incl. "Statesboro blues", "terraplane blues;)
I Can Tell (Atlantic) EX / VG++ U.S.'1967 75.00
(orig. U.S. stereo-print; his wildest slice of earth-poundin' Blues-rockin' fever feat. Robbie Robertson crankin' some savage electric lead-guitar licks; personally rated as one of the very best releases of the genre!! kicks of w/ "I wish you would" (Billy Arnold) ...title-track(penned by Ellis McDaniels) serves for another hooker... 2 songs by John Lee Hooker, "spoonful" (W. Dixon) Jimmy Reed's "going to New York", the Wolf's "smokestack lightning"(!) Chuck Berry's "browned eyed handsome man";)
I Can Tell (Atlantic) EX / EX U.S.'1967 125.00
(RARE orig. U.S. MONO white-label PROMO-print; his wildest slice of earth-poundin' Blues-rockin' fever feat. Robbie Robertson crankin' some savage electric lead-guitar licks; personally rated as one of the very best releases of the genre!! kicks of w/ "I wish you would" (Billy Arnold) title-track (penned by Ellis McDaniels) serves for another hooker ...2 songs by John Lee Hooker, "spoonful" (W. Dixon) ... Jimmy Reed's "going to New York", the Wolf's "smokestack lightning" (!)Chuck Berry's "browned eyed handsom man";)
Mirrors (Vanguard) EX / EX / Co. U.S.'1967 75.00
(tasty silvery label MONO-print; Robbie Robertson, Levon Helm, Charley Musselwhite and Mike Bloomfield in the line up; incl. Robert Johnson's "walking blues" and T-Bone Walker's "stormy Monday")
Same/Live (Lyra) EX / EX / Co. GR'1983 52.00
(early 80's Live album by this  premier U.S. Blues-man who carried on the spirit of The Wolf like hardly anybody else! the recordings contained here are from concerts given in Athens, Greece in the early 80's; all acoustic w/ harmonica wailings;)
Source Point (Columbia) M- / EX / Co. Can'1969 95.00
(darn scarce 360-label canadian print in top shape of this GREAT late 60's effort by premier U.S. Blues-man who carried on the spirit of The Wolf like hardly anybody else! his grumblin' voice, biting harmonica, vibrating electric guitar-licks... a bass-player (Billy Nichols) plus Charles Otis on drums! killer, funky version of "mellow down easy", "junco partner", "as the years go passin' by";)
Southern Fried (Atlantic) VG++ / VG+ U.S.'1970 34.00
(orig. print of another rocked out Blues gem w/ Eddie Hinton, Duane Allman, w/brass section, recorded at Muscle Shoals; incl. "Nadine", "MYSTERY TRAIN", "riding in the moonlight")
Southern Fried (Atlantic) EX / M- U.S.'1970 75.00
(orig. U.S. white-label-promo print in NICE shape of another rocked out Blues gem w/Eddie Hinton, Duane Allman, w/brass section, recorded at Muscle Shoals; incl. "Nadine", "MYSTERY TRAIN", "riding in the moonlight"; small promo-sticker on front cover;)
The Best Of (Vanguard) EX / EX / Co. U.S.'1970 52.00
(U.S. double-set in FOC presenting the life & times of this  premier U.S. Blues-man who carried on the spirit of The Wolf like hardly anybody else! his grumblin' voice, biting harmonica, vibrating electric guitar-licks... acoustic 'n electric pieces; some tracks feat. members of The Band;)
John Hammond And The Nighthawks
Hot Tracks (Vanguard) M- / M- U.S.'1979 52.00
(late 70's Blues-rockin' grooves by premier U.S. Blues-man backed by The Nighthawks! incl. "sweet home Chicago", "howlin' for my darling", "mama, keep your big mouth shut"; brown-label print in nice nick;)
Michael Harrison Easy Money (Dark Star) EX / EX U.S.'1981 75.00
(early 80's U.S. release on local Colorado label; barroom-cookin' bloozed rockin' grooves w/jazzy khool on the great "Jazzman" (6:13) w/sax-leads 'n tasty lead-guitar work! full-band sound w/piano & Fender Rhodes sound, femme back-up...; some spots are arranged 'n shake a laid-back, loungy angle; sound cuts back deep into the 7T's!autographed by Michael on back-cover!)
Keef Hartley Band Lancashire Hustler (Deram) EX / M- / Cc. U.S.'1973 42.00*
(J.Mayall's drummer (the indian of the group) on solo-flyte w/earth-pounding brass-armouries; Jess Roden sings, Junior Kerr on guitar; Jean Rouselle on keyboards & Elkie Brooks plus Robert Palmer sing back-up; U.S. print in thick FOC;)
Overdog (Deram) EX / EX D'1971 12.00
(J. Mayall's drummer (..the indian of the group) on solo-flyte w/earth-pounding brass-armouries; Mike Weaver on keyboards, Gary Thain(b) Miller Anderson on vocals & guitar; femme back-ups; orig.german orig. cassette issue!)
Overdog (Deram) EX / EX U.K.'1971 Sold
(J. Mayall's drummer (..and indian of the group) on solo-flyte w/earth-pounding brass-armouries; Mike Weaver on keyboards, Gary Thain(b) Miller Anderson on vocals & guitar; femme back-ups; orig. U.K. print in nice FOC;)
Overdog (Deram) EX / VG++ U.S.'1971 42.00*
(J. Mayall's drummer (..and indian of the group) on solo-flyte w/earth-pounding brass-armouries; Mike Weaver on keyboards, Gary Thain (b) Miller Anderson on vocals & guitar; femme back-ups; orig. U.S. print in nice FOC;)
Seventy Second Brave (Deram) EX / EX / Co. U.S.'1972 38.00*
(John Mayall's drummer (the indian of the group) on solo-flyte w/earth-pounding brass-armouries; Pete Wingfield on piano & vocs, Gary Thain(b) Junior Kerr on guitar;)
Seventy Second Brave (Deram) M / M- U.S.'1972 Sold
(J.Mayall's drummer (..and indian of the group) on solo-flyte w/earth-pounding brass-armouries; Pete Wingfield on piano & vocs, Gary Thain(b), Junior Kerr on guitar;)
The Beginning Vol. 6 (Deram) EX / EX D'1973 42.00*
(J. Mayall's drummer (..the indian of the group) on solo-flyte w/earth-pounding brass-armouries; german print of compilation album containing early tracks like 'leavin' trunk', 'the time is near', 'you can choose', 'not foolish, not wise', 'sinnin' for you', 'me & my woman', 'another time, another place', 'overdog'; group-photo on front sleeve and back cover has the line-up to each song;)
The Heartfixers Cool On It (Landslide) M- / M- U.S.'1986 36.00
(mid-80's U.S. release of drivin' Blues-Rock texas-style lead-guit crank by Tinsley Ellis, a legitimate guitar hero; hot brass in the bag!)
Helpinstill Blues Band Bayou-Rhythm (Akashic) EX / EX / Cc. U.S.'1980 55.00
(early 80's U.S. texan quintet feat. Charlie Helpinstill (of the Thursday's Children, a legendary 60's Garage-band from the lone star state!) on keybaords, Dyanne, his lady sings 'n blows the harmonica; ...easy flowin' barroom-sounds w/ a laid-back southern feel (incl. a Cajun-pompin' accordion too) ...as the album title surely does implie!cover of "fever", Allen Toussaint's "hello my lover"; ...I know of 4 different U.S. Akashic-labels... & this 'un has no connection w/ the other three!)
Rocky Hill Same (Virgin) M- / EX / Co. U.S.'1988 28.00
(late 80's release by texan hard-edged Blues-axe slinger who played w/Jimmy Reed back in the 60's; w/ inner-bag;)
Catfish Hodge Bout With The Blues (Adelphi) EX / EX U.S.'1981 32.00
(early 80's release feat. Jim Thackery playin' slide guitar on "a-political blues";)
Dinosaurs And Alleycats (Eastbound) EX / EX / Cc. U.S.'1974 65.00
(mid-70's release of solid Blues-rockin' thing w/smokin' slide-guitar by Jim McCarty on 2 tracks! brass blows and Boogie moods w/rattlin' piano on "Birmingham"; FUNKY pounder-grooves w/brass on the HOT "never tell your mother she's out of time" (written by Jack Bruce & Pete Brown) ...white-label promo print in thick FOC;)
The Howlers Same (Liveside) EX / EX U.S.'1985 95.00
(promo/advance copy in simple paste-on sleeve (w/blank back cover) ...U.S. mid-80's barroom-Blues-rockin' and Fusion-Jazz wrestling (hot cover of 'freedom jazz dance' !) item w/sharp organ, brass and fuzz-guitar on the "all blues" (6:42) written by Miles Davis! ...incl. a version of "back door man", ...funky rhythm-grooves 'n rockin' grits and an overall-sound that hits!!)
Harmon Huff Bud Lag (No Label) M / M- U.S.'1980 42.00
(early 80's U.S. privat-label release out of California; Roadhouse-rockin' Songman w/bloozed edge 'n good- timey folksy/story-ramblin' clues, laid-back bar-fly khool w/full-band sound; strong harmonica-blows;)

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