Country-Rock D-G

Artist Title (Label) Cover / Record / Co. Released Price CHF
The Charlie Daniels Band Fire On The Mountain (Epic) VG++ / VG++ U.S.'1974 34.00*
(mid-70's U.S. release of southern cooking Country-Rock w/slide 'n fiddle, keyboards...; cover of "orange blossom special"; FOC;)
Fire On The Mountain (Epic) VG++ / VG+(+) U.S.'1974 28.00*
(mid-70's U.S. release of southern cooking Country-Rock w/slide 'n fiddle, keyboards...; cover of "orange blossom special"; FOC;)
Nightrider (Kama Sutra) EX / EX U.S.'1975 36.00*
(mid-70's U.S. release of southern cooking Country-Rock w/slide 'n fiddle, keyboards...; FOC;)
Saddle Tramp (Epic) EX / EX U.S.'1976 36.00*
(mid-70's U.S. release of southern cooking Country-Rock w/slide 'n fiddle, keyboards...; FOC;)
Way Down Yonder (Kama Sutra) EX / EX / Co. U.S.'1974 42.00*
(mid-70's U.S. release of southern cooking Country-Rock w/slide 'n fiddle, keyboards...; incl. the epic "give this fool another try" (8:05) FOC w/that (in)famous bottle on front!)
Dark Town Poker Club Same (Jeree) EX / VG++ U.S.'1977 SOLD
(well, another 'un on this label that flung out Joey, NewHaven... (!!)top-level barroom sweepin' Country-rockin' grits w/racing boogie-splinters w/hammerin' piano 'n liquid lead-axe on"slop chute boogie", "leader of the band" ...steel-pedal, e-piano plus charming hammered-dulcimer sounds on "Wills breakdown"; a few rustic-back-porch moonshiner melo-sways...; odd cover-painting betrayin' this U.S. east-coast sextet for a bunch of hipster dudes!)
Chris Darrow Fretless (Pacific Arts) EX / EX U.S.'1979 42.00
(late 70's album by Kaleidoscope co-founder; feat. Max Buda, Jerry Waller...; incl. "orphans of the storm";)
Same (United Artists) M- / M- / Cc. U.S.'1973 65.00
(early 70's orig. U.S. print of excellent solo-album by Kaleidoscope co-founder; rural, melodic Country-Folk-Rock w/full-band backing feat. Dave Pegg, Caleb Quaye & Alan Stivell; "Albuquerque rainbow" is ace opening-track 'n sticks in the ear! FOC w/lyrics printed inside; has an inner-sleeve;)
Same (United Artists) EX / EX / Co. U.S.'1973 52.00
(early 70's orig. U.S. print of excellent solo-album by Kaleidoscope co-founder; rural, melodic Country-Folk-Rock w/full-band backing feat. Dave Pegg, Caleb Quaye & Alan Stivell; "Albuquerque rainbow" is ace opening-track 'n sticks in the ear! FOC w/lyrics printed inside; has an inner-sleeve;)
Same (United Artists) SS / SS / Co. U.S.'1973 65.00
(early 70's orig. U.S. print of excellent solo-album by Kaleidoscope co-founder; rural, melodic Country-Folk-Rock w/full-band backing feat. Dave Pegg, Caleb Quaye & Alan Stivell; "Albuquerque rainbow" is ace opening-track 'n sticks in the ear! FOC w/lyrics printed inside; has an inner-sleeve;)
Same (United Artists) EX / M- / Cc. U.S.'1973 55.00
(early 70's orig. U.S. print of excellent solo-album by Kaleidoscope co-founder; rural, melodic Country-Folk-Rock w/full-band backing feat. Dave Pegg, Caleb Quaye & Alan Stivell; "Albuquerque rainbow" is ace opening-track 'n sticks in the ear! FOC w/lyrics printed inside; has an inner-sleeve;)
Chris Darrow & Max Buda Eye Of The Storrm (Takoma) EX / EX U.S.'1981 55.00
(early 80's album by these two members of the legendary Kaleidsocope! The "surfin'-eyeball" cover-art is done by Master Rick Griffin;)
Skeeter Davis & NRBQ She Sings,They Play (Rounder) M- / EX U.S.'1985 28.00*
(mid-80's U.S. release by femme Country-Singer & the New Rhythm & Blues Quartet; ...it's honky-tonkin' Country-Folk-Rock;)
Jim Dawson The Essential... (Kama Sutra) M- / M- / Cc. U.S.'1976 55.00
(double-set presenting the finest work of this american Songman; many of his songs being covered by others...; dreamy, melodic angle w/arranged parts; FOC;)
Deadly Earnest & The Honky-Tonk Heroes
II (Wheeler Recordin' Co.) EX / EX / Co. U.S.'1980 85.00
(2nd album by local Ohio Barroom-shakin' Country-Folk-Rock band w/plenty o' southern moonshiner vibes, Country-swingin' angle w/fiddle, steel-pedal, dobro, acoustic/electric  guitars, mandolin...; loose, laid-back swayin' w/tasty licks ("blues at midnight") and straight rockin' thing w/ shaky lead-axe on "down the road apiece"; fellow Ohio songpenner/performer Alex Bevan hangs in...;)
Same (Wheeler Recordin' Co.) EX / EX U.S.'1978 95.00
(late 70's local Ohio Barroom-shakin' Country-Folk-Rock w/plenty o' southern moonshiner vibes, Country-swingin' angle w/fiddle, steel-pedal, dobro, acoustic/ electric guitars, mandolin...; straight rockin' thing w/ shaky lead-axe on "how many more"; simple brown-white card-board jacket shakin' that privat-press typo moustache...; w/insert-sheet that has the lyrics 'n cool pics;)
Desperado Same (Calfdisk) EX / EX U.S.'1978 95.00
(late 70's U.S. east-coast melodic Country-Folk-Rock w/femme /male lead-vocs! cover of Peter Rowan's "moonlight midnight" (from the fantastic, round OLDANDINTHEWAY album) ...plus an impressive acoustic version of "wooden ships"! ...guitars, banjo, harmonica, pedal-steel, keyboards, flute 'n sax, percussion and fine harmonies that somehow remind of CHARMER, the Louisiana Folk-band;)
Dogtooth Violet Same (Dogtooth) VG++ / VG++ U.S.'1976 125.00
(mid-70's (?) U.S. privat-press out of Houston, Tx; ringin' acoustic/electric menageries of ace-executed Country-Folk-(Rock) ...guitars, fiddle, steel-pedal, bass, drums... male/femme lead-vocs; ...gettin' rather jammy on the extended "roll my soul" (7:15) w/hot fiddle-guitar interplays! ...flowing, melodic lines and a natural, captivating production; beauty card-board-jacket reekin' w/that local/privat-press charm!)
Lee Dresser To Touch The Wind (Bella Linda) EX / VG++ U.S.'197 75.00
(pretty unknown mid-70's Country-Folk-Rock gem on privat californian label; Lee's voice lies somewhere 'tween Gordon Lightfoot's & Tony Joe White's; full-band venture incl. such ace pickers/players like Red Rhodes &  Al Perkins on steel guitar, Joe Osborn plays bass, Glen D. Hardin on piano... Lee plays guitar, banjo and harmonica; all self-penned songs save 2 which are from the motion-picture "adventures from the wilderness family"; back-cover has some pencil-writing; special thanks to Mr. Albert Lee!)
Earthshine Live At The "BESS" (Earthsine) EX / EX Can'1978 165.00
(late 70's canadian Country-Folk gathering recorded live in full flight by Archive Mobile Sound Recorders (in the omnibus) ...ace acoustic/ electric mix of guitars (6- 'n 12-strings, electric telecaster...) mandolin, dobro, banjo, fiddle (by Rudy Meek, a true champion of the genre!!) harmonica 'n strong harmony-vocs! good-timey air w/bluegrassy strive (a 6 minute plus version of "orange blossom special" (!) ...ace version of Jackson Browne's "Jamaica say you will"; gettin' earthpoundin' bloozed on "Toronto Blues" w/  fine lead-axe work; card-board jacket w/ that home-made look... has a nice drawing/painting on front;)
Mundo Earwood Chapter One (True) EX / EX U.S.'1977 65.00
(orig. U.S. print of Nashville recorded Counry-Folk-Rock album starring most of 'em renowned pickers 'n kickers like Henry Strzelecki, Billy Sanford, Charlie McCoy, Lloyd Green, Weldon Myrick...; nice femme back-ups; shaky, rustic moods on the great "can't keep on keepin' on"; nice, thick FOC;)
Ecology Environment/Evolution (Happy Tiger) M / M- U.S.'1970 125.00
(Fascinating post BLUE THINGS album feat. Jerry Cole and the haunting voice of Val Stoecklein (which I count among the best ever in Rock history!!) ...he, who seems to have found a new rain of optimism after his 66 feet-down-dungeon-agony-grazer solo thing entitled "grey life" on "Dot Rec." some time earlier; great acoustic/electric bag of ringin' Country-Folk-Rock w/12-string guitar sounds and excellent pedal-steel work hitting a psychedelic ridge on the wah-fuzz-see-tar-zzound-droning "black mark on the sea"; ...as the title & group name may implie there's a strong strayn of social concern lingerin' in these grooves... touching gentle sparks of spiritual topics... as the ecology spoken here is the one of the mynd! orig.print in top shape!)
Environment/Evolution (Happy Tiger) EX / M- U.S.'1970 110.00
(white-label promo print of this fascinating post BLUE THINGS album feat. Jerry Cole and the haunting voice of Val Stoecklein (which I count among the best ever in Rock history!!) ...he, who seems to have found a new rain of optimism after his 66 feet-down-dungeon-agony-grazer solo thing entitled "grey life" on "Dot Rec." some time earlier; great acoustic/ electric bag of ringin' Country-Folk-Rock w/12-string guitar sounds and excellent pedal-steel work hitting a psychedelic ridge on the wah-fuzz-see-tar-zzound-droning "black mark on the sea"; ...as the title & group name may implie there's a strong strayn of social concern lingerin' in these grooves... touching gentle sparks of spiritual topics... as the ecology spoken here is the one of the mynd!)
Environment/Evolution (Happy Tiger) EX / EX U.S.'1970 95.00
(white-label promo print of this fascinating post BLUE THINGS album feat. Jerry Cole and the haunting voice of Val Stoecklein (which I count among the best ever in Rock history!!) ...he, who seems to have found a new rain of optimism after his 66 feet-down-dungeon-agony-grazer solo thing entitled "grey life" on "Dot Rec." some time earlier; ...great acoustic/electric bag of ringin' Country-Folk-Rock w/12-string guitar sounds and excellent pedal-steel work hitting a psychedelic ridge on the wah-fuzz-see-tar-zzound-droning "black mark on the sea"; ...as the title & group name may implie there's a strong strayn of social concern lingerin' in these grooves... touching gentle sparks of spiritual topics... as the ecology spoken here is the one of the mynd!)
Ronnie Eden Midnight Lady (Kira) EX / EX U.S.'197 55.00
(U.S. local label press from New Mexico in the mid-/late 70's; melodic Country-Folk-Rock w/full band accompaniment; ...steel-guitar, keyboards, fiddle, guitars... and tasty femme back-ups; front-cover is autographed by the artist:)
Edwards,Clark,Flynn & Jenkins
Smokey Mountain Feeling (Hubbard) EX / EX U.S.'1977 75.00
(late 70's southern U.S. Country-Folk rockin' quartet w/bright melodic sails (ace voc-harmonies) ...easy blended acoustic-/electric mix w/flute leads, harmonica, recorder 'n vibes...; ...romanticisms of rural-free out-west myths; thick card-board jacket w/insert-sheet; quality pressing 'n production; autographed by the whole band and the producer (who also is the owner of the label)
The Electric Horsemen Live Palm Springs (No Label) EX / EX U.S.'1980 125.00
(late 70's live-show by bearded middle-aged cowboys at Lucifer's (later re-named as "Azteca") in Palm Springs (a sleepy retirement town geared for the over "60" crowd!) ...these guys set up a kick-ass Country-Rock show climaxin' on a haunting version of "ghost riders in the sky" w/ a distant electric guit-sound creatin' a psychedelic twang! other goodies incl. "mama don't let your babies grow up to be cowboys", "red neck mothers", "outlaw women", ...a 100% privat job w/black card-board jacket w/red lettering and pics of the pickers on back cover;)
Elk River Bisquit & Gravy Band
Eat It Up (Rancher) EX / EX U.S.'1978 165.00
(late 70's U.S. local Kansas release of boss-executed Country-Folk-(Rock) piece layin' down sweepin' fiddle/pedal-steel driven goods; full o' ace western-swingin' good-timey moods w/acoustic-/electric guitars, dobro, mandolin, solid voc-treats; most orig. songs w/covers of Bill Monroe's "Kentucky mandolin", J. B. Sebastian's "jugband music"; beautiful card-board jacket havin' 'em longhaired pickers 'n stringers pictured on front;)
Family Lotus Rendezvous (Full Circle) EX / EX U.S.'1979 175.00
(very versatile Country-Folk rockin' duo from New Mexico; plenty o' Bluegrass sprouts, dense acoustic/electric mix w/many people contributing feat. the magic violin of Bobby Notkoff on the outstanding "weed rag" -track (9:27) on which carpets of innovative lines bein' enrolled... so you may easily file this under Progressive Bluegrass; many tracks (like the afore mentioned) have been recorded in the early 70's, some in '77 ...so we can talk retrospective here!quality production job; privat press;)
Flatland Band Plainly Scene (Golden Rope) VG++ / VG++ U.S.'1983 SOLD
(early 80's U.S. Country-Rock quintet out of Illinois; 12-string guit-sounds w/keyboards, steel-pedal, harmonica, bass 'n percussion; catchy melodic race w/solid voc-harmonies plus a sound-scape kept rather in 70's boundaries!)
Plainly Scene (Golden Rope) EX / EX U.S.'1983 52.00*
(early 80's U.S. Country-Rock quintet out of Illinois; 12-string guit-sounds w/keyboards, steel-pedal, harmonica, bass 'n percussion; catchy melodic race w/solid voc-harmonies plus a sound-scape kept rather in 70's boundaries!)
The Flying Burrito Bros. Burrito Deluxe (A&M) EX / VG++(*) U.S.'1970 22.00
(2nd-label print of second album by premier U.S. Country-Rock aggregation feat. Gram Parsons, Chris Hillman, Sneeky Pete, Michael Clarke & Bernie Leadon; has a great version of "wild horses" written by Jagger & Richards & it sounds as if these 2 Stones have written it for this band!) (*)first track on ea. side is warped and does not track well;)
Close Up The Honky Tonks (A&M) EX / EX U.S.'1974 52.00
(great mid-70's U.S. double-compilation-set covering the life 'n times of this premier U.S. Country-Rock aggregation; feat. rare live trax such as the acid-racing "wake up little Susie" w/voltage lead-axe spurts! great liner-notes on inside of FOC;)
Close Up The Honky Tonks (A&M) EX / EX / Co. U.S.'1974 75.00
(great mid-70's U.S. double-compilation-set covering the life 'n times of this premier U.S. Country-Rock aggregation; feat. rare live trax such as the acid-racing "wake up little Susie" w/voltage lead-axe spurts! great liner-notes on inside of FOC;)
Flying Again (CBS) EX / EX U.K.'1975 42.00
(mid-70's come-back album by premier U.S. Country-Rock aggregation; feat. Gib Guilbeau, Chris Ethridge, Joel Scott Hill, Sneaky Pete & Gene Parsons; orig. UK print;)
The Gilded Palace Of Sin (A&M) EX / EX U.S.'1969 55.00
(brown-label first-print of debut album by premier U.S. Country-Rock aggregation feat. Gram Parsons, Chris Hillman, Sneeky Pete & Chris Ethridge;)
Hot Burrito (A&M) EX / VG++ NL'1972 38.00
(brown label holland orig. print of this compilation album by premier U.S. Country-Rock aggregation; comes in huge poster-wrapper jacket w/over-size group-photo (strange thing about this sure is the fact that there ain't no picture of Gram Parsons!)
Last Of The Red Hot Burritos (A&M) EX / EX U.S.'1972 42.00
(U.S. orig. print of third and final album by premier U.S. Country-Rock aggregation feat. Rick Roberts, Chris Hillman, Al Perkins, Michael Clarke & Kenny Wertz; a HOT LIVE recording capturing 'em burritos in flight!! incl."six days on the road", "orange blossom special"; FOC;)
Last Of The Red Hot Burritos (A&M) EX / VG++ NL'1972 38.00
(brown label holland orig. print of third and final album by premier U.S. Country-Rock aggregation feat. Rick Roberts, Chris Hillman, Al Perkins, Michael Clarke & Kenny Wertz; a HOT LIVE recording capturing 'em burritos in flight!! incl."six days on the road", "orange blossom special"; FOC;)
Live From Tokyo (Regency) EX / EX U.S.'1979 34.00
(late 70's Live album recorded in Nippon; w/Skip Battin on bass, Greg Harris, Sneeky Pete & Gib Guilbeau; orig. U.S. print;)
Same (A&M) EX / EX U.K.'1971 34.00
(U.K. 2nd-label print of third album by premier U.S. Country-Rock aggregation feat. Rick Roberts, Chris Hillman, Sneeky Pete, Michael Clarke & Bernie Leadon... Gram Parson is no longer there! incl. Dylan's "to Ramona", Merle Haggard's "white line fever";)
Fools Gold Same (Morning Sky/Arista) EX / EX / Co. U.S.'1976 42.00*
(mid-70's U.S. release of hooky, melodic Country-Rock piece by californian quintet; acoustic/ electric mix w/piano, steel-pedal, slide...; Joe Walsh plays some guitar & produced together w/Glenn Frey; nice label design, released on Arista-subsidiary-company;)
Dan Forde High Country  (No Label) M- / M- U.S.'197 SOLD
(late 70's U.S. Country-Folk/Singer-Songwriter album out of Colorado; gentle song-bag w/full band sound feat. steel-pedal, dobro, harmonica, guitars...; his voice reminds of Dakota Sid w/a Dylan touch; privat press in simple card-board jacket w/his portrait 'n guitar on front;)
Ken Fowler And The Hurricane River Band
Same (Ozark Sound Studios) M- / EX U.S.'1978 SOLD
(late 70's melodic Country-Folk-Rock by southern U.S. quintet; jangly guitars, keyboards, fiddle 'n strong harmony vocs; privat-press w/photo of "cascading water in the Ozark mountains" on front; fine production;)
Steven Fromholz A Rumor In My Own Time (Capitol) M- / M- U.S.'1976 42.00*
(mid-70's U.S. release of fine Country-Folk-Rock breezin' fro' w/rustic, jolly vibes; partly recorded in Austin, Tejas w/great steel-pedal, fiddle 'n dobro jobs; feat. Doug Dillard, John Sebastian, Red Rhodes...; all self-penned songs save one; red-label print (boss production!) plus inner-sleeve w/lyrics 'n infos;)
Goose Creek Symphony Do Your Thing But Don't Touch Mine (Columbia) EX / EX Can'1974 65.00
(4th album by U.S. rural-free Country-Folk-Rock gathering from Kentucky; plenty o' back-porch hipster turf w/The BAND magic (the energy of Rock Of Ages at work here!!) in the harmonies & execution; good-timey vibes w/earthy strokes & a fiddle job here 'n there that smokes plus thick wafts of brass... shaky grounds that are bound to kick your ass! "Teresa" -track is mere Rural-Brass-Rock bliss w/a killer lead-guitar touching a psychedelic spark! orig. orange-label canadian press! great cover!!)
Same (Capitol) M- / EX U.S.'1970 55.00
(debut album by U.S. rural-free Country-Folk-Rock gathering from Kentucky; plenty o' back-porch hipster turf w/BAND magic in the harmonies & execution (in parts) hard-edged fuzz-box guitar crank w/trancey jaws-harp-strokes on the 8 minutes plus "talk about Goose Creek and other important places"; great album in nice (un-cut!) card-board jacket; red-label print;)
Same (Capitol) EX / VG++ U.S.'1970 42.00
(debut album by U.S. rural-free Country-Folk-Rock gathering from Kentucky; plenty o' back-porch hipster turf w/ The BAND magic in the harmonies & execution (in parts) ...hard-edged fuzz-box guitar crank w/trancey jaws- harp-strokes on the 8 minutes plus "talk about Goose Creek and other important places"; great album in nice (un-cut!) card-board jacket; red-label print;)
Same (Capitol) EX / EX U.S.'1970 Sold
(debut album by U.S. rural-free Country-Folk-Rock gathering from Kentucky; plenty o' back-porch hipster turf w/The BAND magic in the harmonies & execution (in parts) ...hard-edged fuzz-box guitar crank w/trancey jaws-harp-strokes on the 8 minutes plus "talk about Goose Creek and other important places"; great album in nice (un-cut!) card-board jacket; yellow-label 2nd print;)
Welcome To Goose Creek (Capitol) EX / EX U.S.'1973 55.00
(third album by U.S. rural-free Country-Folk-Rock gathering from Kentucky; plenty o' back-porch hipster turf w/BAND magic in the harmonies & execution (in parts) ...good-timey vibes w/earthy strokes & a fiddle job here 'n there that smokes! great cover of Bill Monroe's "uncle Pen", free 'n easy jam on the 8 minutes plus "the corn won't grow, so Rock 'n Roll" (!) ...green-label print!!)
Words Of Earnest (Capitol) EX / EX U.S.'1972 95.00
(2nd album by U.S. rural-free Country-Folk-Rock gathering from Kentucky; plenty o' back-porch hipster turf w/BAND magic in the harmonies & execution (in parts) ...good-timey vibes w/earthy brass 'n loose lead- spurts on violin (w/wah-wah effect) & e-guitars on "guitars pickin' fiddles playin" ...plungin' 'to a racin' shred of "orange blossom special"; cover of "Mercedes Benz" (Joplin/McClure/Neuwirth) ...has beauty sleeve to boot its genuine blend of pure americana contents; ...and now comes a special treat for any label freak: this is a black/rainbow-label print!!! NO! it's NOT a reissue from the 80's!! ...and it's also NOT a canadian print!!)
Words Of Earnest (Capitol) EX / EX U.S.'1972 52.00
(2nd album by U.S. rural-free Country-Folk-Rock gathering from Kentucky; plenty o' back-porch hipster turf w/BAND magic in the harmonies & execution (in parts) ...good-timey vibes w/earthy brass 'n loose lead-spurts on violin (w/wah-wah effect) & e-guitars on"guitars pickin' fiddles playin" ...plungin' 'to a racin' shred of "orange blossom special"; cover of "Mercedes Benz" (Joplin/McClure/Neuwirth) ...beauty sleeve to boot its genuine blend of pure americana contents; red-label print;)
Bobby Gosh Sitting In The Quiet (Paramount) EX / EX U.S.'1973 42.00
(more melodic Country-Folk oriented 2nd album (Bobby's got another release on Polydor) w/string-arrangements 'n lady-back-ups; hot line-up feat. Steve Gadd, Bob Mann, Don Payne, Dave Spinozza...; comes w/ inner-sleeve;)
Austin Grevelding Restless Winds (GWP) EX / EX U.S.'1971 55.00
(early 70's U.S. small-label release of melodic, Country-Folk-Rock w/airy, dreamy vibes plus passionate vocals reminding of Don Cooper in parts; his 2nd album keepin' it more down to sparse arrangements; the string 'n brass cuts from his first album ("self made man") have been replaced w/a nice steel-pedal to help spreadin' harmonies;)
Austin Gravelding Self Made Man (GWP) EX / EX U.S.'1970 42.00
(early 70's U.S. small-label release of melodic, arranged Country-Folk-Rock w/airy, dreamy vibes plus passionate vocals reminding of Don Cooper in parts; ...on same label as Ol' Paint, Trilogy...;)
Marlin Greene Tiptoe Past The Dragon (Elektra) EX / EX U.S.'1972 52.00
(early 70's white-label promo print of dreamy, melodic Country-Folk-Rock/Pop album by renowned producer/studio-musician who produced Percy Sledge's "when a man loves a woman" (!); Marlin also played in a band called the Alabama State Troupers along w/Don Nix & Furry Lewis plus Jeanie Greene; this album was recorded at Muscle Shoals studios feat. Eddie Hinton, Wayne Perkins, Roger Hawkins, Barry Beckett, Leo LeBlanc on steel guitar & Casey Kelly; w/insert-sheet that has the lyrics & a painting by Marlin plus promo-bio-sheet;)
Tiptoe Past The Dragon (Elektra) M- / M- U.S.'1972 52.00
(early 70's release of dreamy, melodic Country-Folk-Rock/Pop album by renowned producer/studio-musician who produced Percy Sledge's "when a man loves a woman" (!) Marlin also played in a band called the Alabama State Troupers along w/Don Nix & Furry Lewis plus Jeanie Greene; this album was recorded at Muscle Shoals studios feat. Eddie Hinton, Wayne Perkins, Roger Hawkins, Barry Beckett, Leo LeBlanc on steel guitar & Casey Kelly; w/insert-sheet that has the lyrics & a painting by Marlin plus promo-bio-sheet;)
Horald Griffiths Good Ol' Boy (Atlantic) M- / M- U.S.'1972 65.00
(early 70's U.S. release of great Country-Folk-Rock piece w/loose 'n easy barroom-waggin' tayles, skid- flaked ramble-fever kickin' ass on the shaky "Carter Cat Blues" that shows how Horald's able to switch his voice from back-porch moods to straight rockin' goods! boss line-up feat. David Spinozza, Ron Carter, Ray Lucas (dr) & Ralph McDonald on percussion; ...a rather overlooked major-label relase of the genre!!)
Good Ol' Boy (Atlantic) EX / EX / Co. U.S.'1972 52.00
(early 70's U.S. release of great Country-Folk-Rock piece w/loose 'n easy barroom-waggin' tayles, skid- flaked ramble-fever kickin' ass on the shaky "Carter Cat Blues" that shows how Horald's able to switch his voice from back-porch moods to straight rockin' goods! boss line-up feat. David Spinozza, Ron Carter, Ray Lucas (dr) & Ralph McDonald on percussion; ...a rather overlooked major-label relase of the genre!!)

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