Country N-S

Artist Title (Label) Cover / Record / Co. Released Price CHF
Rick Nelson Country Fever,Bright Lights & Country Music (See For Miles) EX / EX U.K.'1987 28.00*
(80's U.K. reissue covering his mid-60's Country period;)
New Grass Revival Barren County (Flying Fish) M- / M- U.S.'1979 42.00*
(orig. U.S. print of late 70's album by renowned native Bluegrass band feat. Sam Bush & his electric bottleneck mandolin; cover of Jesse Winchester's "how about you"; great jolly-vybed, comix-styled FOC!)
Commonwealth (Flying Fish) M- / M- U.S.'1981 34.00*
(early 80's album by renowned U.S. Bluegrass band feat. Sam Bush & his electric bottleneck mandolin! incl. "pack of fools" (Jim Roberts & Andy Kulberg (of Seatrain-fame)
Fly Through The Country (Flying Fish) M- / M- U.S.'1975 42.00*
(orig. U.S. print of debut (?) album by renowned native Bluegrass band feat. Sam Bush (who plays a bottleneck mandolin!) ... impressive cover of Jackson Browne's "these days";)
On The Boulevard (Sugar Hill) M- / M- U.S.'1984 34.00*
(mid-80's effort by renowned U.S. Bluegrass/Country-rockin' combo feat. Sam Bush;)
Same (EMI America) M- / M- U.S.'1986 28.00*
(mid-80's effort by renowned U.S. Bluegrass/Country-rockin' combo feat. Sam Bush;)
Same (Starday) M- / M- U.S.'1977 42.00*
('77 U.S. release of 2nd (?) album by renowned native Bluegrass band feat. Sam Bush (who plays a bottleneck mandolin) ...cover of Gene Clark's "with care from someone"; ...well, this also could be an early 70's recording released later on... ( I really dunno)
Too Late To Turn Back Now (Flying Fish) M- / M- U.S.'1977 42.00*
(orig. U.S. print of hot LIVE album, recorded at Telluride-Festival in Colorado in '77! cover of Peter Rowan's "high lonesome sound" ...and Peter plays mandolin! FOC;)
When The Storm Is Over (Flying Fish) M- / M- U.S.'1977 42.00*
(orig. U.S. print of fine 3rd (?) album by renowned native Bluegrass band feat. Sam Bush & his electric bottleneck mandolin; incl. "white freightliner blues" (Townes Van Zandt) has a nice Jugendstil-Art sleeve!)
New Haven The Sun Can Play Tricks With Your Eyes (Jeree) VG++ / EX U.S.'1976 225.00
(...not of the same boss-calibre as CAMBRIDGE on Green Dolphin Rec. ...but recorded at the same studios and another marvellous production-job by Jerry Reed (NOT the Country star of the same name!) simply exciting Country-Folk-Rock w/banjo, guitars, piano, strong harmonica work and amazing pedal steel guitar rending that special melo-magic cut; some songs have femme lead-vocs, other are graced w/haunting back-ups ("blowin' free" sez' it all... this 'un could be off the Green Dolphin wax-thing!) ...the whole bag's reekin' w/ genuine backwoods americana hipster vibes!)
Jeff Nourse Breaking The Barrier (Goldust) M / M U.S.'1989 26.00
(late 80's cassette-only (?) release of fine Country-(Rock) album on this fine label out of New Mexico that flung out such goodies like The Moonpie Daince Band, Tomales Bay...; full-band sound w/steel-pedal, viola, fiddle, bass, guitars, keyboards...; covers of "City Of New Orleans", "desperados waiting for a train";)
Old & In The Way Same (Round) EX / EX U.S.'1975 75.00
(mid-70's orig. U.S. print of superb hipster Bluegrass gem transforming that ol' quest of searching that "high lonesome sound" (pioneered by Bill Monroe, Flatt & Scruggs & The Stanley Bros.) onto some higher ground!! a simply staggerin' live-performance by Jerry Garcia, Peter Rowan, David Grisman, John Kahn & Vassar Clements! ace version of "wild horses" (Stones) & the haunting "land of the Navajo" (Peter Rowan) ... complimentary/promo copy in nice shape!!)
Same (Round) M- / M- U.S.'1975 95.00
(mid-70's orig. U.S. print of superb hipster Bluegrass gem transforming that ol' quest of searching that "high lonesome sound" (pioneered by Bill Monroe, Flatt & Scruggs & The Stanley Bros.) onto some higher ground!! a simply staggerin' live-performance by Jerry Garcia, Peter Rowan, David Grisman, John Kahn & Vassar Clements! ace version of "wild horses" (Stones) & the haunting "land of the Navajo" (Peter Rowan) ... complimentary/promo copy in top shape!!)
Same (Round) VG++ / VG++ U.S.'1975 65.00
(mid-70's orig. U.S. print of superb hipster Bluegrass gem transforming that ol' quest of searching that "high lonesome sound" (pioneered by Bill Monroe, Flatt & Scruggs & The Stanley Bros.) onto some higher ground!! a simply staggerin' live-performance by Jerry Garcia, Peter Rowan, David Grisman, John Kahn & Vassar Clements! ace version of "wild horses" (Stones) & the haunting "land of the Navajo" (Peter Rowan) ...)
Same (Sugar Hill) M- / EX U.S.'198 42.00
(80's U.S. re-print of superb hipster Bluegrass gem transforming that ol' quest of searching that "high lonesome sound" (pioneered by Bill Monroe, Flatt & Scruggs & The Stanley Bros.) onto some higher ground!! a simply staggerin' live-performance by Jerry Garcia, Peter Rowan, David Grisman, John Kahn & Vassar Clements! ace version of "wild horses" (Stones) & the haunting "land of the Navajo" (Peter Rowan)
Mike O'Roark And The Free Born Men Same (Big K) EX / VG++ U.S.'1973 95.00
(early 70's orig. U.S. release of ace debut-album by local Kentucky band; racin' Bluegrass venture w/ a fine blend of Country 'n Folk exploring new avenues for further growth w/out losing the true soul of the traditional sound; comes in generic "Tree" -photo sleeve w/blank back-cover that is autographed by 2 members of the band;)
Somewhere In-Between (King Bluegrass) M- / EX U.S.'1976 110.00
(early 70's orig. U.S. release of even more developped 2nd album by local Kentucky band; racin' Bluegrass venture w/ a fine blend of Country 'n Folk exploring new avenues for further growth w/out losing the true soul of the traditional sound; covers of "pallet on my floor", "cannonball rag" (Merle Travis) has a GREAT comix-styled sleeve showin' 'em longhairs dressed up w/Hippie-gear!)
The Outdoor Plumbing Co. Same (Rebel) VG++ / EX U.S.'1976 65.00
(mid-70's U.S. release by same label who flung out the Seldom Scene albums; this 'un also is truly fine Bluegrass racer w/male/femme lead-vocs, mandolin, dobro, banjo, fiddle... voc harmonies; incl. a great cover of Eric Andersen's "close the door lightly when you go"; sleeve is a groovy card-board jacket w/ comix-styled drawing 'n group-photo on front cover;)
Herb Pedersen Lonesome Feeling (Sugar Hill) M / M- U.S.'1984 42.00
(excellent mid-80's effort by renowned singer/guitarist teamin' up w/The Seldom Scene in the mid-70's among many others! full-band thing w/boss line-up starring Chris Hillman, Hal Blaine, Lee Sklar, Bob Warford on electric guitar...; "last thing on my mind" serves for opener, "it's worth believing" (Gordon Lightfoot) ...Flatt 'n Scruggs' "your love is like a flower";)
Poor Richard's Almanac Same (American Heritage Music Corporation) VG++ / VG++ U.S.'197 65.00
(early 70's (?) U.S. release on small label out of Idaho! ...down rootsy americana Bluegrass dive feat. the magic mandolin of Sam Bush; Wayne Stewart on fiddle (he got taught by Sam Bush when the latter was flyin' high on this instrument!) Alan Munde on the banjo; all instrumental & the sound-production is refreshingly low-fi, as hazy as the photo of the band on front cover;)
Quick Gritz Same (Gritz Productions) EX / EX U.S.'197 95.00
(mid-70's U.S. release of top-shelf Bluegrass racer w/ace fiddle-drive tangled up in psychy motions on killer version of "orange blossom special" (!) ...the best version I've heard so far! Hank Williams' "love sick blues"; the quartet (3 males & a lady) hails from South Carolina, the album was released on a privat Atlanta, Ga. label and has a great group-photo-drawing on front!)
Ramblin' Enjoy A Touch Of The West (Kershenstine's Inc.) M- / M- U.S.'1979 Sold
(late 70's U.S. release on local, privat label out of Louisiana; top-shelf americana Country-Folk galore by southern U.S. guitar-picker/singer teamin' up w/Merle Haggard, Willie Nelson, Doc Watson...; well, he worked on the Louisiana Hay Ride, the Austin City Limits and... played the the Grand Ole Opry! all songs written by Phil S. (Ramblin)Malbrough and performed w/assistance of friends on steel-pedal, 5-string banjo, fiddle, dobro, electric rhythm-guitar, bass... and a haunting femme harmony-voice on the outstanding "piece of wood and steel" ...you get the impressions that the legendary long, black veil has come alive on this song!! "box of memories" for opening track, is great, out-west loner-back-porch sway and "beertender pour me a bar" keeps some good humour at bay! has an extended version of "mr. Bojangles" w/ Ramblin gettin' into some moods that justifies his nickname perfectly;)
Red Eye Same (Pentagram) EX / EX U.S.'1970 65.00
(excellent U.S. Country-Folk-Rock piece, quality voc-harmonies, plenty of western-hipster-renegade-charm, fuzz guitar, organ, pedal-steel...; comes in nice Psychedelic-typo card-board-jacket; on same label as REX HOLMAN, TURNQUIST REMEDY...;)
Red,White & Blue(Grass) Same (GRC) EX / EX U.S.'1973 75.00
(orig. U.S. print of fascinating Bluegrass/Country-Folk gem from down south americana way; captivating string-arrangements, ace picker galore feat. Norman Blake on mandolin, dobro, guitar and mando-cello, Ginger Boatwright partly sings femme-leads...; cover of John Stewart's "July, you're a woman", "make me a pallet on the floor"...; orig. songs written by Norman or Ginger; has a lovely "box-shaped" gimmix jacket & an inner-sleeve w/line-ups plus a photo;)
Jerry Reed When You're Hot,You're Hot (RCA) EX / EX U.S.'1971 34.00*
(early 70's orange-yellow-label release by U.S. Country-singer; cover of Dylan's "don't think twice it's all right"; incl. the hit-single "Amos Moses";)
Reno & Smiley 1983 Collector's Edition Vol.One (Gusto) EX / EX U.S.'1983 32.00*
(orig. U.S. print of volume one (in a serie of 6 volumes) containing some of the best Bluegrass songs ever recorded by Don Reno (banjo virtuoso) & Red Smiley (guitar-picker/singer) ... a duo that helped establish this Country-form from its inception in the mid-to-late forties of the 20th century;)
The Tony Rice Unit Manzanita (Rounder) M- / M- U.S.'1979 42.00
(late 70's orig. U.S. release of ace Bluegrass album feat. David Grisman & Sam Bush on mandolins, Jerry Douglas plays dobro, Ricky Scaggs...; great version of Gordon Lightfoot's "home from the forest"; Herb Pedersen's "old train";)
Earl Richards Same (R.P.A.,inc.) EX / EX U.S.'1976 55.00
(mid-70's U.S. release of Nashville-recorded Country-Pop sounds w/full-band performance; covers of Jim Croce's "bad, bad Leroy Brown", Lobo's "how can I tell her";)
Riders In The Sky Live (Rounder) M / M U.S.'1984 28.00*
(orig. U.S. print of mid-80's live-album;
New Trails (Rounder) M / M U.S.'1986 28.00*
(orig. U.S. print)
The Rockcastle River Company From Maine To Texas (Rockcastle Music) VG++ / EX U.S.'1976 110.00
(melodic Country-Folk-Rock item by texan trio w/help from friends at the piano, banjo, drums, dobro...; boss harmony-vocs and hooky songs; all orig. material, fine production;
From Maine To Texas (Rockcastle Music) M- / EX U.S.'1976 125.00
(melodic Country-Folk-Rock item by texan trio w/help from friends at the piano, banjo, drums, dobro...; boss harmony-vocs and hooky songs; all orig. material, fine production;)
Rocky Road Same (CBS) EX / EX CH'1981 28.00*
(early 80's orig. swiss release by native Bluegrass combo; cover of "nine pound hammer";)
Doug Rose Same (Snail) EX / EX U.S.'1979 65.00
(late 70's U.S. privat-release of excellent rural-free blowin' Country-Folk-Rock by californian (?) artist w/ band backing feat. great pedal-steel jobs by John Heinrich; piano, banjo, acoustic/ electric guitars, bass 'n drums; Doug's voice swings onto an earthy feather-breeze reminiscent of some canadian songwriter by the name of Peter Chalmers! cover is a nice b&w card-board jacket w/ink-drawing gracing the front!)
Rosebud Are Ya' Crackin'? (Nightmare World) EX / EX U.S.'1975 175.00
(well, here's a mighty fine 'un... keepin' any okie moondog bliss to the extrème & a LIVE performance that kicks ass & ranks up there w/ the crème de la cème! ...but best listen to what  Ralph K. Gleason (music critic, Modern Crime Magazine) has to say in the liners on the back-sleeve:  "...when I first discovered the Rosebud Band in that obscure dive in Atlanta's sordid midtown, I could not believe that a band with such sophistication and uncanny ability to reach a definite "chambre de bain" rapport with its audience had not established the international reputation of, say, The Beatles, Dylan Dizzy, Monk, Mingus, Max, Lady Day, Fats, Prez and Clapton. when the conversation drifted to "jive honkies" I knew that meant, in the hipster vernacular, that my cab was waiting outside to take me downtown to meet a hot new band from Atlanta, namely Rosebud.... or was it Dylan? ...or Sam Cooke? well, I don't remember but soon Leonard Feather and I were "diggin" these five, crackers roadhouse veterans who had put the swing back into Country music. ...later over lox, jalapenos, ketchup and Cognac we rapped about the heavy dues Rosebud had paid in the plumbers union, which reminded me of when I was with George in Bangladesh, scarfing Beef Bourguignon; ...or was that in Hanoi with Jane Fonda?")
Wayne Rostad Writer Of Songs (Stag Creek) EX / EX Can'197 75.00
(orig. canadian print of fine Country-Folk-Rock lines by native songwriter; full-band backing incl. a chamber-ensemble; Pete Wade on e-guitar, slide 'n dobro, Lloyd Green on pedal steel, Mike Francis (e- & acoustic guitars) mostly self penned songs; FOC reekin' w/ that small-press local charm; lyrics to songs printed on the inside;)
Johnny Russell Catfish John/Chained (RCA) EX / EX / Co. U.S.'1973 42.00
(early 70's release by southern U.S. born Country picker/singer who wrote "act naturally", a song that charted wildly under the wings of Buck Owens and thru' a cover of The Beatles; recorded in Nashville and backed by The Jordanaires;)
Leon Russell Hank William's Back (Shelter) M- / M- U.S.'1973 42.00
(early 70's U.S. release by this renowned studio-/session-man doin' Country classics such as "I'm so lonesome I could cry", "truck drivin' man", "jambalaya", "sixpack to go", "battle of New Orleans"; recorded at Bradley's Barn and remixed at Ardent Studios in Memphis; feat. J. J. Cale, Charlie McCoy 'n most of 'em famous pickers...;)
The Phil Salazar Band Same (Flying Fish) EX / M- U.S.'1989 28.00
(late 80's orig. U.S. release of fine Bluegrass piece w/plenty of trad-americana acres to be enjoyed; catchy melodic spree w/ace violin jobs; covers of Richard Greene's "private driver", Norman Blake's "orphan Annie";)
Sawmill Creek Wild Western Windblown Band (No Label) EX / EX U.S.'1978 125.00
(orig. U.S. late 70's release of excellent Country Folk-Rock breezer item from Wyoming(!) ...flying steel-pedal, banjo, dobro, guitars, bass 'n drums; gentle flowing melodies flashing back to the early 70's as for sound 'n vision; cover of "colors" (Donovan); the sleeve is a nice western/rodeo-styled card-board and it's autographed by the whole band! w/inner-sleeve;)
The Seldom Scene Act 1 (Rebel) EX / EX Can'1972 65.00
(orig. canadian print of debut album by top level Bluegrass band feat. John Starling, Mike & Ben Auldridge, John Duffey & Tom Gray; kick-ass version of Steve Goodman's "City Of New Orleans", "what am I doing hanging 'round" (Lewis & Clarke)
Act 3 (Rebel) M- / M- U.S.'1973 65.00
(U.S. 2nd-print of 3rd album by top level Bluegrass band feat. John Starling, Mike & Ben Auldridge, John Duffey & Tom Gray; top of 'em americana crops bein' harvested by this pickers, singers 'n stringers... Merl Haggard's "sing me back home"; the haunting "muddy water" ...and... well, their version of "(I know you) rider" makes the DEAD's & others' approaches look like stained hipster-turf!!! ...it's really that cookin'!!)
Act Four (Sugar Hill) M- / EX U.S.'1979 38.00
(U.S. orig. print of late 70's album by top level Bluegrass band feat. Mike & Ben Auldridge, John Duffey, Phil Rosenthal & Tom Gray; incl. "Tennessee Blues" (Bill Monroe) "California Blues" (Jimmie Rodgers)
Act Two (Rebel) M- / M- U.S.'1973 34.00
(U.S. 3rd-print of 2nd album by top level Bluegrass band feat. John Starling, Mike & Ben Auldridge, John Duffey & Tom Gray; top of 'em americana crops bein' harvested by this pickers, singers 'n stringers... "last train from poor valley", "hello Mary Lou", "house of gold" (Hank Williams" ... the great "train leaves here this morning" (Gene Clark/Bernie Leadon)
Act Two (Rebel) EX / EX U.S.'1973 36.00
(U.S. 2nd-print of 2nd album by top level Bluegrass band feat. John Starling, Mike & Ben Auldridge, John Duffey & Tom Gray; top of 'em americana crops bein' harvested by this pickers, singers 'n stringers ... "last train from poor valley", "hello Mary Lou", "house of gold" (Hank Williams")... the great "train leaves here this morning" (Gene Clark/Bernie Leadon)
Act Two (Rebel) EX / EX U.S.'1973 65.00
(orig. U.S. print of 2nd album by top level Bluegrass band feat. John Starling, Mike & Ben Auldridge, John Duffey & Tom Gray; top of 'em americana crops bein' harvested by this pickers, singers 'n stringers... "last train from poor valley", "hello Mary Lou", "house of gold" (Hank Williams") the great "train leaves here this morning" (Gene Clark/Bernie Leadon)
After Midnight (Sugar Hill) EX / EX U.S.'1981 34.00
(U.S. orig. print of early 80's album by top level Bluegrass band feat. Mike & Ben Auldridge, John Duffey, Phil Rosenthal & Tom Gray; title track is by J. J. Cale; also incl.a cover of Slowhand's  "lay down Sally";)
At The Scene (Sugar Hill) EX / EX U.S.'1983 34.00
(U.S. orig. print of  80's album by top level Bluegrass band feat. Mike & Ben Auldridge, John Duffey, Phil Rosenthal & Tom Gray; cover of Jackson Browne's "Jamaica, say you will";)
Baptizing (Rebel) M- / M- U.S.'1978 42.00
(U.S. orig. print of late 70's album by top level Bluegrass band feat. John Starling, Mike & Ben Auldridge, John Duffey, Phil Rosenthal & Tom Gray; Ricky Skaggs helps out on fiddle & mandolin; FOC;)
The New Seldom Scene Album (Rebel) M- / M- U.S.'1976 42.00
(U.S. orig. print of mid-70's album by top level Bluegrass band feat. John Starling, Mike & Ben Auldridge, John Duffey & Tom Gray; more of 'em genuine americana crops bein' harvested by this pickers, singers 'n stringers; supporting cast feat. Linda Ronstadt & Mark Cuff; back-cover is autographed by John Duffey & Mike Auldridge!)
Old Train (Rebel) M- / EX U.S.'1974 38.00
(U.S. 2nd print of mid-70's album by top level Bluegrass band feat. John Starling, Mike & Ben Auldridge, John Duffey & Tom Gray; top of 'em americana crops bein' harvested by this pickers, singers 'n stringers; guest artists feat. Linda Ronstadt, Rick Scaggs, Bob Williams...; title track is by Herb Pedersen, "pan american" (Hank Williams) nice sleeve-art... that appeals to a train nut like myself!)
Old Train (Rebel) EX / EX U.S.'1974 65.00
(U.S. orig. print of mid-70's album by top level Bluegrass band feat.John Starling, Mike & Ben Auldridge, John Duffey & Tom Gray; top of 'em americana crops bein' harvested by this pickers, singers 'n stringers; guest artists feat. Linda Ronstadt, Rick Scaggs, Bob Williams...; title track is by Herb Pedersen, "pan american" (Hank Williams) nice sleeve-art... that appeals to a train nut like myself!)
Recorded LIVE At The Cellar Door In Washington,D.C. (Rebel) EX / EX U.S.'1975 65.00
(U.S. orig. print of mid-70's LIVE double-album by top level Bluegrass band feat. John Starling, Mike & Ben Auldridge, John Duffey & Tom Gray; top of 'em americana crops bein' harvested by this pickers, singers 'n stringers; incl. a 6 minutes plus version of "(I know you)rider"(!) "City of New Orleans", "dark hollow", "Georgia Rose", "rawhide" (Bill Monroe)" and an excellent version by canadian songwriter Willie P. Bennett entitled "white line"(!) FOC w/great pics on the inside;)
Recorded LIVE At The Cellar Door In Washington,D.C. (Rebel) M- / EX U.S.'1975 42.00
(U.S. 2nd-label print of mid-70's LIVE double-album by top level Bluegrass band feat. John Starling, Mike & Ben Auldridge, John Duffey & Tom Gray; top of 'em americana crops bein' harvested by this pickers, singers 'n stringers; incl. a 6 minutes plus version of "(I know you)rider"(!) "City of New Orleans", "dark hollow", "Georgia Rose", "rawhide" (Bill Monroe)" and an excellent version by canadian songwriter Willie P. Bennett entitled "white line"(!); FOC w/great pics on the inside;)
Bob Shepherd Footloose (Doo-Dah City) EX / EX U.S.'197 75.00
(orig. U.S. print of versatile Country-Folk-Rock bag released on a privat label out of Kansas in the mid-70's; full-band brewin' w/steel-guitar, acoustic/ electric guitars, keyboards, femme back-ups...; songs stretch from shaky, roadhouse rockin' grits to mellow-down, backporch balladery; cover of Chuck Berry's "talkin' 'bout you" kick-ass version of Jerry Reed's "swingin' little guitar man"; cool western-styled card-board jacket;)
Glen Sherley Same (Mega) EX / EX / Co. U.S.'197 95.00
(orig. U.S. white-label promo print of early 70's release by Country-picker/singer-songwriter... bein' a good friend of Johnny Cash, the latter wrote the liner-notes and is pictured w/Glen on the inside of this FOC; this album is a great live-show recorded inside the californian Vacaville prison, where Glen was doin' time then! real hot performance w/backing band feat. such greats as Henry Strzelecki on bass, Bobby Thompson on rhythm-guitar & dobro, Lloyd Green on steel guitar, Chip Young on lead-guitar & Jerry Carrigan on drums; songs include "greystone chapel" (a song Glen wrote!) "F.B.I. top ten", "Frisco Song" which is a khool anti-Hippie statement thing! ..."measure of a man";)
Same (Mega) M- / M- / Co. U.S.'197 95.00
(orig. U.S. print of early 70's release by Country-picker/ singer-songwriter ...bein' a good friend of Johnny Cash, the latter wrote the liner-notes and is pictured w/Glen on the inside of this FOC; this album is a great live-show recorded inside the californian Vacaville prison, where Glen was doin' time then! real hot performance w/backing band feat. such greats as Henry Strzelecki on bass, Bobby Thompson on rhythm-guitar & dobro, Lloyd Green on steel guitar, Chip Young on lead-guitar & Jerry Carrigan on drums; songs include "greystone chapel" (a song Glen wrote!) "F.B.I. top ten", "Frisco Song" which is a khool anti-Hippie statement thing! ..."measure of a man";)
Same (Mega) VG++ / VG(+) / Co. U.S.'197 34.00
(orig. U.S. print of early 70's release by Country-picker/singer-songwriter... bein' a good friend of Johnny Cash, the latter wrote the liner-notes and is pictured w/Glen on the inside of this FOC; this album is a great live-show recorded inside the californian Vacaville prison, where Glen was doin' time then! real hot performance w/backing band feat. such greats as Henry Strzelecki on bass, Bobby Thompson on rhythm-guitar & dobro, Lloyd Green on steel guitar, Chip Young on lead-guitar & Jerry Carrigan on drums; songs include "greystone chapel" (a song Glen wrote!) "F.B.I. top ten", "Frisco Song" which is a khool anti-Hippie statement thing! ..."measure of a man"; a fairly beaten up copy;)
Silver Mountain On The "Snake River Special" (Ripcord) EX / VG++ U.S.'1977 110.00
(mid-70's U.S. privat-press by local northwest Bluegrass aggregation rattlin' fro' w/full-band gear... guitars, dobro, percussion, banjos, mandolin, fiddle, femme harmonies, 3 singers that can sing lead(!) ...strong bag reekin' w/renegade-hipster turf settin' up a smoky jam on the great title-track (a most authentic Hobo song) w/banjos runnin' wild 'n kickin' shifts in speed!! cover of "friend of the devil" (Garcia, Hunter, Dawson) w/duelin' boxes o' strings & a boppin' bass plus these takin' voc-harmonies and a fiddle; strong harmonica-blasts on a shaky cover of "milk cow blues"; b&w card-board sleeve w/nice lettering; back-cover has a picture of the bunch and the front is autographed the five main-members! w/lyrics insert-sheet;)
Ricky Skaggs & Tony Rice Skaggs & Rice (Sugar Hill) M- / M- U.S.'1980 52.00*
(U.S. print of excellent old time Country stringin 'n singin by two champs of the genre; guitar 'n mandolin 'n voices/ harmonies plus a bag of 10 songs;)
Smith Bros. Dirt Band Once Over Easy (Ham & Eggs) EX / EX U.S.'1975 95.00
(RARE local U.S. privat press of out-west breezy Bluegrass grooves w/back-porch porch swingin' khool; covers of Randy Newman's "old Kentucky home", "down the road" (Flatt/Scruggs) plus a few trad numbers like "sailor's hornpipe"; comes in nice card-board jacket w/band-photo on front; ...from Mountain Green, Utah(!!)
Southbound Same (Rebel) EX / EX U.S.'1977 75.00
(orig. U.S. print of great Bluegrass piece on this label from West Virginia that flung out albums by The Seldom Scene! this four-piece hails from North Carolina; mostly covers incl. "friend of the devil", "Carolina in the pines" (M & J Murphy) Jesse Lee Kincaid's "she sang hymns out of tune"(!) "Maggie May" (Rod Stewart) ...special guest is Mike Auldridge on dobro;)
Southern Fried Fiddlin' Man (Fox Productions) EX / EX U.S.'1980 75.00
(orig. U.S. release of hot, fiddle-driven western-barroom-Country swingin' piece w/ace steel-pedal, loose R&B infected sways, flashing back onto 70's long-haired-hipster-renegade platforms as for sound & execution; cover of  "Black Jack Davy";)
Orrin Star No Frets Barred (Flying Fish) EX / EX U.S.'1982 32.00*
(early 80's U.S. release of Bluegrass rooted Country piece w/Western-swingin' angles by this mandolin-virtuoso w/small band accompaniments;)
Wayne Stewart And Friends Aspen Skyline (Sierra Briar) M- / M- U.S.'1979 65.00
(orig.U.S. print of excellent late-70's Bluegrass album feat. Sandy Munro on banjo, John Sommers & Vassar Clements on fiddle, Cash Cashman (b) Steve Weisberg on dobro, Ken Thomas plays the mandolin, Chris Phillips & Wayne Stewart play guitar; covers of J. J. Cale's "Louisiana woman", Dickie Betts' "ramblin' man" (!) ...ace production &  nice FOC;)
Stone Oak Riding With The Wind (Trade Wind) EX / EX U.S.'1981 95.00
(early 80's U.S. privat-label-press of Country-Folk release w/ a Bluegrass-splash & western barroom swingin' moves plus strong voc- treats; guitars, banjos, mandolin, bass, violin, viola, percussion; opening track is a cover of Peter Rowan's "blue mule", "I know you rider", Jack Bonus' "hobo song" also finds a class A treat! sound-scape has a definite 70's color and the quality enclosed finds its suite in a beauty cover! ...from Madison, Wisconsin;)
The Struble Brothers Mail Order Music (Orange) EX / EX U.S.'1981 75.00
(early 80's U.S. privat-press of nice, melodic Country-Folk-Rock album out of Dallas, Texas; 70's sounding venture w/pedal-steel, piano, voc-harmonies, harmonica and mucho guitars; jangly natural production reekin' w/ that precious live-in-the-studio dimension;)
Sugarbush Revue Ozark Mountain Music Show (Boc) SS / SS U.S.'197 65.00
(orig. U.S.print of late 70's U.S. Country-Folk-Rock album from Missouri; released on the same label as the excellent Jimmy Carter & The Dallas County Green -album!! banjo-driven Bluegrass-spree w/fiddle, acoustic/electric guitars, piano, bass, percussion, harmonica & male/femme lead-vocs; covers of "rocky top", "orange blossom special", "San Antonio rose", "foggy mountain breakdown";)
Summerdog Same (M&I) M- / M- U.S.'1978 95.00
(orig. U.S. late 70's release of hot-blooded banjo-mandolin-fiddle fueled Bluegrass splash-down w/ western cactus-swyng... keepin' things bold & in the hay; long-haired beardo-quartet from Tucson, Arizona that fullfills any oath thrown in this field!! all orig. material performed in a class A way!)
Same (M&I) VG++ / EX U.S.'1978 75.00
(orig. U.S. late 70's release of hot-blooded banjo-mandolin-fiddle fueled Bluegrass splash-down w/ western cactus-swyng... keepin' things bold & in the hay; long-haired beardo-quartet from Tucson, Arizona that fullfills any oath thrown in this field!! all orig. material performed in a class A way!)

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