Country T-Z

Artist Title (Label) Cover / Record / Co. Released Price CHF
James Talley Ain't It Somethin' (Capitol) EX / EX / Co. U.S.'1977 55.00
(orig. U.S. print of 4th album by top rated U.S. Country-Folk-Singer-Songwriter recorded in Nashville; more funked up in comparison to prev. albums ...raspin' HOT phonky-coal on the shaky "nine pounds of hashbrown" and on title-track; Charlie McCoy blows the harp, Randy Scruggs on banjo...;)
Blackjack Choir (Capitol) EX / EX / Co. U.S.'1977 55.00
(orig. U.S. print of 3rd album by top rated U.S.Country-Folk-Singer-Songwriter recorded in Nashville; down rootsy americana way of deliverin' a most original bag of authentic gems of songs; full-band backing like on prev. albums; some dashin' songs mingle w/relaxed, back-porch ballads plus a FUNKY barn-yard rattlin' thing called "Daddy just called it the Blues" feat. electric-slide-guitar by Dave Gillon; the Blues-rockin' fever is loose on "bluesman" feat. B. B. King on lead-guitar! "Mississippi river whistle town" is great southern back-porch ballad booting the impressive front-cover photo-shot! inner-bag w/lyrics printed;)
Blackjack Choir (Capitol) VG++ / EX / Co. U.S.'1977 65.00
(orig. U.S. print of 3rd album by top rated U.S. Country-Folk-Singer-Songwriter recorded in Nashville; down rootsy americana way of deliverin' a most original bag of authentic gems of songs; full-band backing like on prev. albums; some dashin' songs mingle w/relaxed, back-porch ballads plus a FUNKY barn-yard rattlin' thing called "Daddy just called it the Blues" feat. electric-slide-guitar by Dave Gillon; the Blues-rockin' fever is loose on "bluesman" feat. B. B. King on lead-guitar! "Mississippi river whistle town" is great southern back-porch ballad booting the impressive front-cover photo-shot(autographed by the artist!) ...inner-bag w/lyrics printed)
Blackjack Choir (Capitol) M- / M- U.S.'1977 65.00
(orig. U.S. print of 3rd album by top rated U.S. Country-Folk-Singer-Songwriter recorded in Nashville; down rootsy americana way of deliverin' a most original bag of authentic gems of songs; full-band backing like on prev. albums; some dashin' songs mingle w/relaxed, back-porch ballads plus a FUNKY barn-yard rattlin' thing called "Daddy just called it the Blues" feat. electric-slide-guitar by Dave Gillon; the Blues-rockin' fever is loose on "bluesman" feat. B. B. King on lead-guitar! "Mississippi river whistle town" is great southern back-porch ballad booting the impressive front-cover photo-shot! inner-bag w/lyrics printed)
Got No Bread,No Milk,No Money,But We Sure Got A Lot Of Love (Torreon) EX / EX U.S.'1974 110.00
(orig. first print of debut album (that got picked up by Capitol a year later) by top rated U.S. Country-Folk- Singer-Songwriter recorded in Nashville; down rootsy americana way-of deliverin a most original bag of authentic gems of songs; full-band backing incl. piano, guitars, steel-pedal (by Doyle Grisham... he also plays acoustic- & electric guitar 'n dobro) Karl Himmel on drums, Dave Poe on clarinet, tuba by Ralph Childs... fiddle, electric mandolin...; some dashin' songs mingle w/relaxed, back-porch ballads betrayin the artist for a cordial southerner; ...a stone CLASSIC in this field!)
Got No Bread,No Milk,No Money,But We Sure Got A Lot Of Love (Capitol) EX / EX / Co. U.S.'1975 52.00
(major-label print of debut album (that got released on the privat Torreon Records label a year before) by top rated U.S. Country-Folk-Singer-Songwriter recorded in Nashville; down rootsy americana way of deliverin a most original bag of authentic gems of songs; full-band backing incl. piano, guitars, steel-pedal (by Doyle Grisham... he also plays acoustic- & electric guitar 'n dobro) Karl Himmel on drums, Dave Poe on clarinet, tuba by Ralph Childs, ...fiddle, electric mandolin...; some dashin' songs mingle w/relaxed, back-porch ballads betrayin the artist for a cordial southerner; ...a stone CLASSIC in this field!)
Got No Bread,No Milk,No Money,But We Sure Got A Lot Of Love (Capitol) M- / M- / Co. U.S.'1975 55.00
(major-label print of debut album (that got released on the privat Torreon Records label a year before) by top rated U.S.Country-Folk-Singer-Songwriter recorded in Nashville; down rootsy americana way of deliverin a most original bag of authentic gems o
Got No Bread,No Milk,No Money,But We Sure Got A Lot Of Love (Capitol) EX / EX U.S.'1975 55.00
(major-label print of debut album (that got released on the privat Torreon Records label a year before) by top rated U.S. Country-Folk-Singer-Songwriter recorded in Nashville; down rootsy americana way of deliverin a most original bag of authentic gems of songs; full-band backing incl. piano, guitars, steel-pedal (by Doyle Grisham... he also plays acoustic- & electric guitar 'n dobro) Karl Himmel on drums, Dave Poe on clarinet, tuba by Ralph Childs, ...fiddle, electric mandolin...; some dashin' songs mingle w/relaxed, back-porch ballads betrayin the artist for a cordial southerner; ...a stone CLASSIC in this field!)
Tryin' Like The Devil (Capitol) EX / EX / Co. U.S.'1976 52.00
(orig.U.S.print of 2nd album by top rated U.S.Country-Folk-Singer-Songwriter recorded in Nashville; down rootsy americana way of deliverin' a most original bag of authentic gems of songs; full-band backing incl. piano, guitars, steel-pedal (by Doyle Grisham ...he also plays acoustic- & electric guitar 'n dobro) Karl Himmel on drums, Charlie McCoy on harmonica...; some dashin' songs mingle w/relaxed, back-porch ballads (incl. the beautiful "deep country blues", "she tries not to cry") betrayin the artist for a cordial southerner; ...another CLASSIC in this field! w/lyrics-inner-sleeve;)
Tryin' Like The Devil (Capitol) M- / M- U.S.'1976 65.00
(orig. U.S. print of 2nd album by top rated U.S. Country-Folk-Singer-Songwriter recorded in Nashville; down rootsy americana way of deliverin' a most original bag of authentic gems of songs; full-band backing incl. piano, guitars, steel-pedal (by Doyle Grisham... he also plays acoustic- & electric guitar 'n dobro) Karl Himmel on drums, Charlie McCoy on harmonica...; some dashin' songs mingle w/relaxed, back-porch ballads (incl. the beautiful "deep country blues", "she tries not to cry") betrayin the artist for a cordial southerner; ...another CLASSIC in this field! w/lyrics-inner-sleeve;)
Tryin' Like The Devil (Capitol) M- / M- / Co. U.S.'1976 65.00
(orig. U.S. print of 2nd album by top rated U.S. Country-Folk-Singer-Songwriter recorded in Nashville; down rootsy americana way of deliverin' a most original bag of authentic gems of songs; full-band backing incl. piano, guitars, steel-pedal (by Doyle
Tarwater Tarnation (American Heritage Music Corporation) EX / EX U.S.'1975 125.00
(mid-70's orig. U.S. release by local label out of Idaho! (same label that flung out Poor Richard's Almanac!) ...excellent bag of western-swingin' R&B spiced (real khool version of "boppin' the blues") grooves w/ Bluegrass sprouts; strong steel-pedal/fiddle interplays, dobro, mandolin, banjo, acoustic/electric guitars (some extra tasty lead-guitar licks included here!) bass 'n drums; the vocals have a catchy Rock-a-Billy edge on some songs; the front cover has a drawing of the quintet and is autographed by all!)
Stephen W. Terrell Picnic Time For Potatoheads (Blue Elf Music) EX / EX U.S.'1981 125.00
(early 80's U.S. release on privat New Mexico label; a simply amazing bag of wacko-dungeon bred looney Country-Bozo wig-flipped sounds that may also get billed for Acid-Hillbilly junk, 'cause the deeper you dig into this pyle of mynd-shot plus-ticks, there's a new character fingerin' a strange glove in the trunk! each song goes out as a toast to "all the loonies and the fallen acid-heads, the goofies & the goonies and to all the living dead" ...the program stretches from Cajun-Billy ramble-fever to straight rockin' barroom-burner kick-ass grits w/fully plugged guitar-licks ("I lost my baby to a)satan cult", ...sleazy moonshiner back-lash swayer-moods ("naked girls") and high-chaparral-ghost-town-americana-haunt-bag w/eerie, b-movie sounds on the fantastic "wolfboy"-track! ...instrumentation incl. acoustic/electric guitars, bass, drums, femme vocals 'n howls steel-guitar, fiddle, accordion, growling, ranchero gee-tar plus the ghosts of a myriad of dead flies on the bottom of a rot-gut jar; recorded at John Wagner's studios in Albuquerque, NM (the band Swampwater recorded their debut for King Records there, also Siegling & Larrabee, Badlands (album released on CMH Records) the sleeve is a delight to feast yer' eyes on... a wacko-surrealistic comix-typo painting; lyrics are printed on back cover!)
MelTillis Detroit City (Hilltop) EX / EX U.S.'197 34.00*
(70's U.S. reprint of 60's album orig. released on MCA Records; fine Country-Pop sounds incl. "games people play", "good deal Lucille"...;)
The Tinhorn Express Jumping The Tracks (Lemco) EX / EX U.S.'1979 95.00
(late 70's U.S. print of racing Bluegrass sounds by local U.S. quintet (no proper info given as for origin) ...solid performance w/guitars, mandolin, banjo, steel-guitar, fiddle 'n captivating voc-harmonies; a real togetherness in the playing ...takin' off on songs like "friend of the devil" (Garcia/Hunter) "rocky top", "San Antonio rose" (!), "orange blossom special" ...and a cookin' instrumental entitled "bye bye blues" (Martin P. Williams) w/hot pedal-steel;)
Tony Trischka Hill Country (Rounder) M- / M- U.S.'1985 34.00*
(mid-80's U.S. release of fine Bluegrass piece by Banjo-picker assisted by Tony Rice, Sam Bush, Jerry Douglas (dobro) Bela Fleck, Buddy Griffin...;)
Tumbleweed Where The Hell Is Alamosa (Dogwood) EX / VG+(+) U.S.'1978 75.00
(late 70's orig. U.S. print of airy, melodic Country-Folk-Rock album out of Colorado; jangly sound-scape w/ great steel-peadl lines, catchy out-west americana drives w/pearly piano, fiddle, harmonica, acoustic/ electric guitars, solid voc-harmonies; cover of "radio song" (Gene Clark/Bernie Leadon) ...sleeve is a nice "cowboy-motive" painting, the back-sleeve has a collage of band-live-photos;)
Tumbleweed Band Drifting With (Radiant Star) VG++ / VG+(+) U.S.'1982 55.00
(early 80's U.S. privat-press of out-west romancero Country-Folk-Rock sounds kickin' off w/ a hot version of "ghost riders in the sky" ...plenty o' guitars, accordion, bass, voc-harmonies; this is not the same band as Tumbleweed (from Colorado)
Two Week Notice Band Same (No Label) EX / EX U.S.'1981 75.00
(early 80's U.S. orig. release of fine Country-Folk-Rock album from Arizona; 70's sound-scape w/ dense tapestries created w/acoustic/ electric guitars, keyboards, steel-pedal, mandolin, drums, violin, banjo...; breezy out-west kolorz; card-board-sleeve has a nice home-made look; band is pictured on back & there's a newpaper-clipping for insert;)
Ian Tyson One Jump Ahead Of The Devil (Boot) M- / M- Can'1978 75.00
(late 70's release by canadian Singer-Songwriter (bein' one half of Ian & Sylvia in the 60's!) ...full-band performed melodic Country-Folk-Rock feat. Buddy Emmons & Pee Wee Charles on steel-guitar, Al Cherney on fiddle; released on the same label that flung out 'em platters by Humphrey & The Dumptrucks!)
Various Artists Bluegrass (Pickwick Int.) EX / EX U.S.'1973 32.00*
(U.S. compilation double-set feat. Flatt & Scruggs, John Duffy & the Country Gentlemen, Stanley Brothers;)
Bluegrass/The Greatest Show On Earth (Sugar Hill) M / M- U.S.'1982 34.00*
(U.S. double set of great Bluegrass happening LIVE feat. The Country Gentlemen, The Seldom Scene, The (almost) Original New South...;)
The Original Bluegrass(&Country Swing)Spectacular! (CMH) M- / M- U.S.'1980 34.00*
(U.S. 2lp-set in FOC; compilation of all CMH artists... Heights of Grass, Bluegrass Cardinals, Grandpa Jones, Jim & Jesse & the Virginia Boys, Benny Martin, Buddy Spicher, Carl Butler, Osborne Brothers...etc. plenty o' photos and informative info to the albums these tracks are compiled from...;)
S.R.O. - Live At Jonathan Swifts (Back Door) EX / EX U.S.'1977 95.00
(rare Live-sampler recorded in Cambridge, Ma. in '77 (distributed by Rounder Records) feat. John Lincoln Wright, The Estes Boys, Joe Val and The New England Bluegrass Boys, Larry Flint & The Sour Mash Boys, Chuck McDermott & Wheatstraw (also doin' a duet w/ Tina Welch) ...ace Country-rockin' moods w/ Bluegrass splash;)
Frank Wakefield End Of The Rainbow (Bay) EX / EX U.S.'1980 52.00
(1980 U.S. print of great Bluegrass album released on this local californian label; Frank is a mandolin champ assisted by David Nelson on guitar, Tom Stern on 5-string banjo, Hathy Kallick sings lead on 1 song... plus fiddle, bass...etc.; incl. "sitting on top of the world" cover-painting is by Eric Von Schmidt!!)
Eric Weissberg And Deliverance Rural Free Delivery (Warner Brothers) EX / EX / Cc. U.S.'1973 55.00
(orig. U.S. burbank-label print of top-shelf Country-Folk-Rock GEM w/Bluegrass sprouts; this is the band that backed Bob Dylan on his Blood On The Tracks album!! feat. Charlie Brown, Tony Brown, Richard Crooks, Steve Mandell;)
Rural Free Delivery (Warner Brothers) M- / M- U.S.'1973 65.00
(orig. U.S. burbank-label print of top-shelf Country-Folk-Rock GEM w/Bluegrass sprouts; this is the band that backed Bob Dylan on his Blood On The Tracks album!! feat. Charlie Brown, Tony Brown, Richard Crooks, Steve Mandell;)
The White Brothers The New Kentucky Colonels Live In Sweden (Rounder) EX / EX U.S.'197 65.00
(great Live album by the re-earthed Kentucky Colonels a mid-60's pre-BYRDS formation feat. Roland, Eric and Clarence White; w/Alan Munde on banjo; versions of "last thing on my mind", "rawhide"...; Bluegrass at its very best; has a great cover w/insert sheet;)
White Lightnin' Fresh Air (Polydor) SS / SS U.S.'1970 75.00
(orig. U.S. print of classic Bluegrass based Country-Folk-hoe-downer piece w/ Mountain-Music scents; by Byrad Ray and Obray Ramsey feat. John Herald on lead-guitar, Buddy Saltzman on drums, Russ Savakus, Harvey Brooks & Russell George on bass, Eric Andersen blows the harmonica...; covers of Dylan's "I'll be your baby tonight", "orange blossom special"...; nice FOC w/ khool pics on inside; still sealed!)
Fresh Air (Polydor) EX / M- U.S.'1970 65.00
(orig. U.S. print of classic Bluegrass based Country-Folk-hoe-downer piece w/ Mountain-Music scents; by Byrad Ray and Obray Ramsey feat. John Herald on lead-guitar, Buddy Saltzman on drums, Russ Savakus, Harvey Brooks & Russell George on bass, Eric Andersen blows the harmonica...; covers of Dylan's "I'll be your baby tonight", "orange blossom special"...; nice FOC w/ khool pics on inside;)
Don Williams Cafe Carolina (MCA) EX / EX D'1984 Sold
(80's german release;)
Country Boy (MCA) EX / EX U.S.'1977 28.00*
(mid-70's U.S. release;)
Especially For You (MCA) EX / EX D'1981 28.00*
(80's german release;w/inner-sleeve;)
Expressions (MCA) EX / EX Can'1978 28.00*
(canadian release;)
Harmony (MCA) EX / EX U.S.'1976 28.00*
(mid-70's U.S. release;)
I Believe In You (MCA) EX / EX Can'1980 28.00*
(canadian release;)
Listen To The Radio (MCA) EX / EX D'1982 28.00*
(80's german release;w/inner-sleeve;)
Portrait (MCA) EX / EX U.K.'1979 28.00*
(late 70's U.K. release;w/insert-sheet;)
Visions (MCA) EX / EX Can'1977 28.00*
(mid-70's canadian release;)
Volume 2 (MCA) EX / EX Can'1974 28.00*
(canadian release;)
Yellow Moon (MCA) EX / EX U.S.'1983 28.00*
(80's U.S. release;)
Robin & Linda Williams Dixie Highway Sign (June Appal) EX / EX U.S.'1979 95.00
(late 70's U.S.release by Bluegrass pickin' duo from Kentucky assisted by friends on mandolin, fiddle (by Peter Ostroushko!) ...bass, guitars...; cover of Butch Hancock's "if you were a bluebird", "early" (Greg Brown) ...w/lyrics-inner-sleeve;)
Tex Williams And California Express Same (Garu) M- / EX U.S.'197 145.00
(late 70's U.S. privat-label-print of Country-Folk-Rock album by senior Country-singer backed by 4 longhairs who shake loose on the B-side w/ a breezy version of "fire on the mountain", barroom-sweepin' fever on the racin' "make room for Jim" w/biting harmonica-lines 'n loose dual-lead-axe flows! sold thru'a company in Nashville...;)
Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys The Best Of (Columbia) EX / EX U.S.'197 Sold
(70's U.S. reissue of compilation album of these western-swingin Country sounds from Texas;)
The Bob Wills Anthology (Columbia) VG++ / EX U.S.'1973 34.00
(70's U.S. anthology album of these western-swingin Country sounds from Texas; FOC;)
Bob Wills' Original Texas Playboys The Late (Capitol) VG++ / EX U.S.'1977 Sold
(70's U.S. orig. print of these western-swingin Country sounds from Texas directed by Leon McAuliffe; w/ inner-sleeve;)
The Wright Bros.Overland Stage Co. Anthology Album (WPS) VG+ / VG++ U.S.'1977 175.00
(deluxe 4-LP-box-set by legendary U.S. 70's mid-west Country-Folk-Rockin' sextet that proves to be master of the genre; ea. album comes in a different jacket (2 have the same front but different back-side) the box is autographed by 3 members! very versatile blend ranging from New Riders typo glides ("wild wicked woman of the west" probably has the most subtle fuzz-tone-guitar I'v ever heard in realms of genuine Country-Rock) to fine, melodic Country-Gospel and hooky ballads w/lofty arrangements; ace cover-painting and the album-sleeve too are really nice to look at...;)
Cornfield Cowboys (Wright & Perry) M- / EX U.S.'1975 110.00
(orig. mid-70's U.S. release by legendary mid-west congregation; very versatile blend ranging from melodic Country-Gospel songs to C&W w/bluegrassy dash and hooky ballads w/lofty arrangements to kick-ass New Riders Of The Purple Sage typo Country-Rock zones... "wild wicked woman of the west" probably has the most subtle fuzz-tone-guitar I'v ever heard in realms of genuine Country-Rock!! great cover also of Harry Nilsson's "rainmaker"! comes w/beautiful 20-page booklet that has the lyrics & nice pencil drawings/illustrations! top shape!)
Cornfield Cowboys (Wright & Perry) VG++ / VG(+) U.S.'1975 28.00
(orig. mid-70's U.S.release by egendary mid-west congregation; very versatile blend ranging from melodic Country-Gospel songs to C&W w/bluegrassy dash and hooky ballads w/lofty arrangements to kick-ass New Riders Of The Purple Sage typo Country-Rock zones... "wild wicked woman of the west" probably has the most subtle fuzz-tone-guitar I'v ever heard in realms of genuine Country-Rock!! great cover also of Harry Nilsson's "rainmaker"! this is the 2nd-print as included w/ their 4-Lp-Anthology box-set (has a larger picture on front-cover; shape is pretty crackly;)
Cornfield Cowboys (Wright & Perry) VG+(+) / VG+ U.S.'1975 52.00
(orig. mid-70's U.S.release by legendary mid-west congregation; very versatile blend ranging from melodic Country-Gospel songs to C&W w/bluegrassy dash and hooky ballads w/lofty arrangements to kick-ass New Riders Of The Purple Sage typo Country-Rock zones... "wild wicked woman of the west" probably has the most subtle fuzz-tone-guitar I'v ever heard in realms of genuine Country-Rock!! great cover also of Harry Nilsson's "rainmaker"!)
Memorabilia Box (Wright & Perry) VG++ / VG++ U.S.'1975 175.00
(deluxe 2 lp-box-set by legendary U.S. 70's mid-west Country-Folk-Rockin' sextet that proves to be master of the genre; ea. album comes w/a different inner-sleeve w/ pencil drawings 'n writings; very versatile blend ranging from melodic Country-Gospel songs to C&W w/bluegrassy dash and hooky ballads w/lofty arrangements; ...some Live-recordings too; nice pencil drawing on box (cool U.S. western style) and has a THICK (!) booklet for insert that contains lyrics and illustrations; all the tracks here have been previously released and also appear on the Anthology 4-lp box-set;)
Tammy Wynette D-I-V-O-R-C-E (Epic) EX / EX U.S.'196 38.00*
(U.S. 2nd-label-print of 60's release by Country-Pop lady-singer; great version of "gentle on my mind";)
Howard Yearwood Saddleback (Ridge Runner) EX / EX U.S.'1979 52.00
(late 70's U.S. release of great Bluegrass piece; a breezy hoe-downer spree w/guitars, banjo, mandolin, dobro, fiddle, bass... mostly instrumental slopes w/ a nice piece that has femme lead-voice by Carol Yearwood;)
Roger Young & The Reason Why Same (Reason Why) EX / EX U.S.'1969 225.00
(late 60's (?) orig. U.S. release of privately-pressed album by Texas quartet kickin' up a most captivating bag of out-west-vybed Country-Folk songs w/acoustic/electric guitars, dobro, ace steel-pedal lines! harmonica, jew's harp...; a jangly, transparent sound-scape à la Swampwater...; incl. "peach pickin' time in Georgia", "lay lady lay" (Dylan) ...way-khool western/cowboy-styled sleeve w/back cover autographed by Roger Young!!)

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