Country-Rock H-L

Artist Title (Label) Cover / Record / Co. Released Price CHF
John Hambrick Windmill In A Jet Filled Sky (Brown Bag) EX / M- / Cc. U.S.'1972 75.00
(early 70's U.S. release of nice, melodic Country-Folk-Rock piece by native U.S. indian w/full-band backin'; recorded in Nashvile w/Charlie McCoy, Dennis Linde, Laverna Moore... ; ...a haunting fuzz-box-lead- electric guitar w/great femme chorus on "ain't never seen a white man" ...a song that reveals the artist's mind in some strikin' way!!comes w/huge booklet-insert; great FOC;)
Lawrence Hammond Coyote's Dream (Takoma) EX / VG++ U.S.'1976 95.00
(solo-effort by ex-Mad River lead-singer/guitarist ...and a superb Country-Folk-Rock album we have here... grazin' profoundly on americana acres as for out-west myths lassooin' the magic deep outta vaults of the pioneering days w/splendid rhyme-smithin' 'n story-line-weavin'; full band accompaniment provided by The Whiplash Band; Lawrence voice kindles a similar spark as can be discovered in Steve Goodman's; ...among the very best efforts in this vast field and lyrics are printed on the inner-sleeve! has a Takoma-label news-letter for insert;)
Coyote's Dream (Takoma) EX / EX U.S.'1976 95.00
(solo-effort by ex-Mad River lead-singer/guitarist and a superb Country-Folk-Rock album we have here... grazin' profoundly on americana acres as for out-west myths lassooin' the magic deep outta vaults of the pioneering days w/splendid rhyme-smithin' 'n story-line-weavin'; full band accompaniment provided by The Whiplash Band; Lawrence voice kindles a similar spark as can be discovered in Steve Goodman's; ...among the very best efforts in this vast field and lyrics are printed on the inner-sleeve ...)
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Paul Hann Same (Stony Plain) M / M- U.S.'1978 42.00*
(late 70's U.S. release of breezy Country-Rock album by canadian artist; feat. Members of The Dillards, Mason Williams, Rick Cunha, Jerry Mills of the Ozark Mountain Daredevils...;)
Same (Stony Plain) SS / SS / Cc. U.S.'1978 42.00*
(late 70's U.S. release of breezy Country-Rock album by canadian artist; feat. Members of The Dillards, Mason Williams, Rick Cunha, Jerry Mills of the Ozark Mountain Daredevils...;
Same (Stony Plain) SS / SS U.S.'1978 52.00*
(late 70's U.S. release of breezy Country-Rock album by canadian artist; feat. Members of The Dillards, Mason Williams, Rick Cunha, Jerry Mills of the Ozark Mountain Daredevils...;)
Harbus Same (Evolution) M- / EX U.S.'1973 55.00
(melodic Country Folk-Rock w/full-band sound feat. pedal-steel guitar(by Hank de Vito) acoustic & electric guitars, organ, piano, vibes percussion...; lofty melo-trails, hooky lines 'n great wah-fuzz-lead-axe-runs on the haunting "brother Daniel"-track w/exciting femme back-ups;)
Scott Hardie-Birney Word Of Mouth (No Label) VG++ / VG++ U.S.'1976 75.00
(mid 70's U.S. privat-press of freewheelin' pastoral Hipster-Country-Folk-Rock album from Pennsylvania; full- band sound w/guitars, bass, percussion, washboard, some sax and intriguing voc-harmonies; back- cover is autographed by Scott; totally home-made lookin' sleeve;)
Harvest Never Thirst Again (Pure Joy) EX / M- U.S.'1976 75.00
(mid-70's californian Country-Folk-Rock breezer w/x-ian vibes; ringin' acoustic/electric mix w/steel, dobro, piano, organ, voc-harmonies; produced & engineered by Al Perkins; catchy, natural sound where the piano has got that pearly clang! ...housed in outlaw/ barroom styled card-board jacket;)
Never Thirst Again (Pure Joy) EX / EX U.S.'1976 65.00
(mid-70's californian Country-Folk-Rock breezer w/x-ian vibes; ringin' acoustic/electric mix w/steel, dobro, piano, organ,voc-harmonies; produced & engineered by Al Perkins; catchy, natural sound where the piano has got that pearly clang! housed in outlaw/ barroom styled card-board jacket;)
Alexander Harvey Preshus Child (Kama Sutra) EX / EX / Cc. U.S.'1976 42.00
(no-way connected w/ the british Alex Harvey! ...this is Nashville recorded Country-Folk-Rock w/moonshiny Tex-Mex grits in spots; Charlie Daniels plays slide-guitar on one track; feat. Nick DiStefano, Jack Murphy... ladies backin' up; He looks like T.J. White but keeps away from too much o' funky, macho-typo swamp behaviour;)
The Hatch Brothers Shady Grove (Little Richie) EX / EX U.S.'1980 75.00
(rare privat-label press of sky-bound, melo-vybed Counry-Folk-Rock album by U.S. out west duo w/ full-band backing; recorded in Utah & distributed by a New Mexico label; ace harmonies w/ some airy strings and captivating steel-pedal/fuzz-guitar interplays; all self-penned songs; back cover shakes some odd khool as it shows the 2 guys sitting in a bathtub w/ a chicken(!)
The Havenstock Riverband Same (Impress) EX / VG++ U.S.'1972 175.00
(orig. U.S. print from the early 70's; hard-edged guitar dominated West-Coasty Country-Rock w/ vibes à la Joyous Noise, gritty, earthy grooves w/strong lead-voice, piano, dual e-guitar trades, 12-string acoustic sounds, slide, violin; some wah-fuzz colorz 'n vibrato twang on the great "it's all over"; nice hipster-western-renegade styled FOC;)
The J. Hawkins Band One Eye Open (Pyrtying Fools Productions) VG++ / EX U.S.'1980 125.00
(early 80's U.S. privat-press of HOT barroom-smokin' Country-Rock shaker w/loose, outlaw vibes; electric-/ acoustic mix w/wailin' steel-guitar, ace-lead-cranks, cute femme back-ups, harmonica; wacko-rambler moods on "Shit"; ...freewheelin' rambler air on "open road"; recorded in Florida 'n reekin' w/ deep 70's soil as for sound 'n execution; sleeve has that home-made look;)
Kevin Head No Frills (Shellout) EX / EX Can'1979 75.00
(late 70's canadian privat-press of rural-free blowin' Country-Folk-Rock album w/full-band sound feat. acoustic- & electric guitars, mandolins, violin, steel-pedal, organ, harmonica, piano; backwoodsy vibes w/ passionate lead-guitar crank and driftwood-rider accordion-colors by Kate McGarrigle on the great "Lady Bessie" - track reekin' w/ that good ol' The BAND way of bringin' 'em goods home! ...fine canadian blend throughout! w/insert-sheet;)
Heads Hands & Feet Same (Capitol) M- / M- / Co. U.S.'1971 75.00
(2nd effort (if Poet & The One Man Band being counted as the first 'un...) by this versatile U.K.Country-Folk-Rock quintet feat. the magic guitar-pickin' of Albert Lee, the most expressive voice of Tony Colton, Pete Gavin's powerful drummin'...; pretty much americana way of rollin' 'em barrells w/ funky hooks, lofty melodic trails, haunting ballads w/deep, romantic wails plus fantastic voc-harmonies; double-set w/ nice FOC in beauty shape!! green label print;)
Same (Capitol) VG++ / VG++ U.S.'1971 55.00
(2nd effort (if Poet & The One Man Band being counted as the first 'un) by this versatile U.K. Country-Folk-Rock quintet feat. the magic guitar-pickin' of Albert Lee, the most expressive voice of Tony Colton, Pete Gavin's powerful drummin'...; pretty much americana way of rollin' 'em barrells w/ funky hooks, lofty melodic trails, haunting ballads w/deep, romantic wails plus fantastic voc-harmonies; double-set w/uncut (!) FOC; green label print;)
Same (Capitol) EX / M- U.S.'1971 75.00
(2nd effort (if Poet & The One Man Band being counted as the first 'un) by this versatile U.K. Country- Folk-Rock quintet feat. the magic guitar-pickin' of Albert Lee, the most expressive voice of Tony Colton, Pete Gavin's powerful drummin'...; pretty much americana way of rollin' 'em barrells w/ funky hooks, lofty melodic trails, haunting ballads w/deep, romantic wails plus fantastic voc-harmonies; double-set w/ nice, uncut (!) FOC; green label print;)
Same (Capitol) M- / M- U.S.'1971 95.00
(2nd effort (if Poet & The One Man Band being counted as the first 'un) by this versatile U.K. Country-Folk-Rock quintet feat. the magic guitar-pickin' of Albert Lee, the most expressive voice of Tony Colton, Pete Gavin's powerful drummin'...; pretty much americana way of rollin' 'em barrells w/ funky hooks, lofty melodic trails, haunting ballads w/deep, romantic wails plus fantastic voc-harmonies; double-set w/ nice, uncut(!) FOC; green label print;)
Same (Capitol) VG++ / EX U.S.'1971 65.00
(2nd effort (if Poet & The One Man Band being counted as the first 'un) by this versatile U.K. Country-Folk-Rock quintet feat. the magic guitar-pickin' of Albert Lee, the most expressive voice of Tony Colton, Pete Gavin's powerful drummin'...; pretty much americana way of rollin' 'em barrells w/ funky hooks, lofty melodic trails, haunting ballads w/deep, romantic wails plus fantastic voc-harmonies; double-set w/uncut (!) FOC; green label print;)
Same (Capitol) SS / SS U.S.'1971 120.00
(2nd effort (if Poet & The One Man Band being counted as the first 'un..;) by this versatile U.K.Country- Folk-Rock quintet feat. the magic guitar-pickin' of Albert Lee, the most expressive voice of Tony Colton, Pete Gavin's powerful drummin' ...; pretty much americana way of rollin' 'em barrells w/ funky hooks, lofty melodic trails, haunting ballads w/deep, romantic wails plus fantastic voc-harmonies; double-set w/ nice, uncut(!) FOC and still sealed!!; green label print;)
Tracks (Capitol) VG++ / EX U.S.'1972 52.00
(3rd effort (if Poet & The One Man Band being counted as the first 'un) by this versatile U.K.Country-Folk-Rock quintet feat. the magic guitar-pickin' of Albert Lee and the most expressive voice of Tony Colton; pretty much americana way of rollin' 'em barrells w/ funky hooks, lofty melodic trails with ace voc-harmonies; green label print;)
Tracks (Capitol) EX / EX / Co. U.S.'1972 52.00
(3rd effort (if Poet & The One Man Band being counted as the first 'un) by this versatile U.K.Country-Folk-Rock quintet feat. the magic guitar-pickin' of Albert Lee and the most expressive voice of Tony Colton; pretty much americana way of rollin' 'em barrells w/ funky hooks, lofty melodic trails with ace voc-harmonies; red label print;)
Tracks (Capitol) EX / EX / Co. U.S.'1972 52.00
(3rd effort (if Poet & The One Man Band being counted as the first 'un;) by this versatile U.K. Country- Folk-Rock quintet feat. the magic guitar-pickin' of Albert Lee and the most expressive voice of Tony Colton; pretty much americana way of rollin' 'em barrells w/ funky hooks, lofty melodic trails with ace voc-harmonies; green label print;)
Tracks (Capitol) M- / M- / Co. U.S.'1972 55.00
(3rd effort (if Poet & The One Man Band being counted as the first 'un) by this versatile U.K. Country-Folk-Rock quintet feat. the magic guitar-pickin' of Albert Lee and the most expressive voice of Tony Colton; pretty much americana way of rollin' 'em barrells w/ funky hooks, lofty melodic trails with ace voc-harmonies; red label print;)
Tracks (Capitol) VG+ / VG+(+) U.S.'1972 Sold
(3rd effort (if Poet & The One Man Band being counted as the first 'un) by this versatile U.K. Country-Folk-Rock quintet feat. the magic guitar-pickin' of Albert Lee and the most expressive voice of Tony Colton; pretty much americana way of rollin' 'em barrells w/ funky hooks, lofty melodic trails with ace voc-harmonies; red label print;)
Tracks (Capitol) SS / SS / Co. U.S.'1972 75.00
(3rd effort (if Poet & The One Man Band being counted as the first 'un) by this versatile U.K. Country-Folk-Rock quintet feat. the magic guitar-pickin' of Albert Lee and the most expressive voice of Tony Colton; pretty much americana way of rollin' 'em barrells w/ funky hooks, lofty melodic trails with ace voc-harmonies; still sealed orig. print!)
John Herald Same (Paramount) EX / EX U.S.'1973 52.00
(early 70's solo-thing by much-in-demand studio/ session violin-player who's been teamin' up w/ David Bromberg, Bonnie Raitt & Mud Acres... just to name a few! full-combo performance w/ some live-tracks in the bag; pastoral Country-Folk-Rock w/cute lady-back-ups feat. Maria Muldaur, Ellen Kearney...; Eric Weissberg plays a leslie-mandolin!Richard Davis on bass, Amos Garrett on electric guitars, Tom Danaher on dobro; ...there's keyboards, cello, flute & recorders; one track is called "Jack Elliot" (...)
Hickory Truck Stop Annie (Country Kitchen) EX / EX U.S.'1980 110.00
(early 80's U.S. privat-press of hard-edged Country-Rock blower out of Houston, Texas; ...has a mid-70's typo sound-edge w/acoustic/ electric guitars, dobro, steel, banjo, piano, bass 'n drums...; female lead-vocs by Marcia Breaz who autographed the inner-sleeve along w/ another group-member;)
Jake Holmes Same (Polydor) VG++ / EX U.S.'1969 42.00
(late 60's release of rustic, West Coasty Country-Folk-Rock sound( w/some hazy Pop-ballads thrown in) by the guy who released 2 impressive Psychedelic albums on Tower Records in the late 60's; ...boss line-up here feat.Weldon Myrick (adding some great pedal-steel!) Kenny Buttrey, Teddy Irwin...; white-label promo print;)
Holy Cow Four Big Hits! (Blue Elf Music) M- / EX U.S.'1982 52.00
(orig. U.S. release on same label as the amazing "picnic time for potato heads" by Stephen W. Terrell!! no wonder, as this band features Jack Terrell (Stephen's brother) who played mucho guitars on "picnic time"; this is a 4-track 12" mini-album bustin' out via loose Country-Rock cranks, an accordion fronted Tex-Mex piece and a steel-pedal wailin' laid-back, lost-love-ballad;)
John Hunt Beginnings... (The Great American Goldmine Music Company Inc.) M / M U.S.'1985 65.00
(mid-80's U.S. small-label-press out of La Vista, Nebraska; fine Country-Folk-Rock w/southbound, fly-away moods and dense sound-scape keepin' things down to natural soil (NOT that 80's-generic-hormonized bag like many!!) plenty of guitars (steel, acoustic, electric) keyboards, banjo, fiddle, e-bass, drums... tasty male/femme backing and some femme/male duet too; excellent production by John Morgan: cover of  "rocky top";)
Jimmy Ibbotson Nitty Gritty Ibbotson (First American) EX / EX U.S.'1977 55.00
(late 70's U.S. press of fine Country-Folk-Rock piece w/airy, melodic West-Coasty touch; full-band backing w/lofty arrangements; acoustic/electric mix w/steel guitar, piano, some brass...; solid bag of songs & a quality production; mixed at Pyramid studios in Denver, Colorado;)
The Ides Of March Midnight Oil (RCA) EX / EX / Co. U.S.'1973 38.00*
(orig. U.S. print of 4th album by roadhouse-vybed U.S. Country-Rock band à la Joyous Noise (in parts), Rusty Young helps out on steel-pedal & dobro; incl. the smokin' "ride the music" for closing track;)
The International Submarine Band
Safe At Home (LHI) EX / EX U.S.'1967 325.00
(VERY RARE orig. MONO promo print of STONE CLASSIC 1967 Country-Rock gem feat. Gram Parsons, Jon Corneal, John Neuse & Bob Buchanan; covers of Merle Haggard's "I must be somebody else you've known",  "I still miss someone" (J. Cash) ... and his "Folsom Prison blues" shows up in a HOT medley w/ "that's all right" (Arthur Crudup) ... a fine Lee Hazlewood production w/color labels! NICE shape!)
Peter & John Isaacson Same (Fretless) M- / M- U.S.'1975 75.00
(mid-70's U.S.release of excellent, breezy Country-Folk-Rock/Singer-Songwriter album w/full-band sound incl. great pedal-steel by Herb Jones, acoustic guitars, bass, drums 'n harmonica; subtle, melodic edge 'n sparse, solemn moods grazin' on fertile, pastoral acres; "coming home to Houston" is a strikin' opener & "all my life" is uptempo racer w/swift guitar-strokes & ramblin' outlaw-vybed sparkles! ...this 'un ranges among the best releases on this fine label out of Vermont;)
James & The Good Brothers Same (Columbia) EX / EX U.S.'1970 75.00
(early 70's U.S. print of top-level canadian, back-porch Country-Folk-Rock release of the utterly charming kind! free-wheelin' rural harmonies 'n jangly acoustic-/electric guitars w/ harpsichord that are able to kindle hay-fever in the midst of winter! rhythms of an easy bounce, fingers in motion stirring waves of catalyptic flow... yep! just like THE DEAD when necks together for one big head! ...surpassing the latter in melodic colors by far though!! "oh how she rides" ranges among the best songs of the genre w/floaty steel-pedal work 'n magical harmonies! Billy Kreutzman (of The DEAD) plays drums on one track; thanks go to Jack Casady, Bob Weir, Phil Lesh & Billy Kreutzman;)
Same (Columbia) M- / M- / Co. U.S.'1970 125.00
(early 70's U.S. print of top-level canadian, back-porch Country-Folk-Rock release of the utterly charming kind! free-wheelin' rural harmonies 'n jangly acoustic-/electric guitars w/ harpsichord that are able to kindle hay-fever in the midst of winter! rhythms of an easy bounce, fingers in motion stirring waves of catalyptic flow... yep! just like THE DEAD when necks together for one big head! ...surpassing the latter in melodic colors by far though!! "oh how she rides" ranges among the best songs of the genre w/floaty steel-pedal work 'n magical harmonies! Billy Kreutzman (of The DEAD) plays drums on one track; thanks go to Jack Casady, Bob Weir, Phil Lesh & Billy Kreutzman;)
Same (Columbia) M- / M- U.S.'1970 95.00
(early 70's U.S. print of top-level canadian, back-porch Country-Folk-Rock release of the utterly charming kind! free-wheelin' rural harmonies 'n jangly acoustic-/electric guitars w/ harpsichord that are able to kindle hay-fever in the midst of winter! rhythms of an easy bounce, fingers in motion stirring waves of catalyptic flow... yep! ...just like THE DEAD when necks together for one big head! ...surpassing the latter in melodic colors by far though!! "oh how she rides" ranges among the best songs of the genre w/floaty steel-pedal work 'n magical harmonies! Billy Kreutzman (of The DEAD) plays drums on one track; thanks go to Jack Casady, Bob Weir, Phil Lesh & Billy Kreutzman;)
Same (Columbia) M- / M- Can'1970 125.00
(early 70's U.S. print of top-level canadian, back-porch Country-Folk-Rock release of the utterly charming kind! free-wheelin' rural harmonies 'n jangly acoustic-/electric guitars w/ harpsichord that are able to kindle hay-fever in the midst of winter! rhythms of an easy bounce, fingers in motion stirring waves of catalyptic flow... yep! just like THE DEAD when necks together for one big head! ...surpassing the latter in melodic colors by far though!! "oh how she rides" ranges among the best songs of the genre w/floaty steel-pedal work 'n magical harmonies! Billy Kreutzman (of The DEAD) plays drums on one track; thanks go to Jack Casady, Bob Weir, Phil Lesh & Billy Kreutzman; this is the scarce canadian 360-label print fillin' a wider range as for sound... & the bass is poundin!!)
Glenn Jenks Antidote (Bonnie Banks) EX / EX U.S.'197 65.00
(mid-70's (?) U.S. privat-label press of hooky, melodic Country-Rock sounds w/wheelin' barroom-vibes, good-timey chimes; full-band sound w/acoustic/electric guitars, banjo, fiddle, harp, clarinet, trombone, keyboards, bass 'n drums plus femme back-ups; nice portrait-card-board sleeve & quality production;)
Background Music (Fretless) M- / M- U.S.'1981 52.00
(early 80's U.S. print of action-packed Country-Folk-Rock album w/ a good dose of bluesy grits, some fine, hard-edged lead-guitar cranks by John Moses & Dave Robinson (who also was featured on this mid-70's release on "Bonnie Banks Records) ...Jane Heald plays fiddle & cello... 'n more; solid stuff on this fine label out of Vermont;)
Waylon Jennings Lonesome,On'ry & Mean (RCA) EX / EX U.S.'1973 38.00*
(early 70's orig. print of excellent Country-Rock release by this legendary americana-beaded songwriter; incl. "me & Bobby McGhee", "lonesome, on'ry & mean", "gone to Denver...;)
Ol' Waylon (RCA) EX / EX U.S.'1977 38.00*
(late 70's orig. print of excellent Country-Rock release by this legendary americana-beaded songwriter; B-side incl. a short medley of Elvis hits;)
The Outlaws (RCA) EX / EX U.S.'1977 42.00*
(late 70's orig. print of great sampler documenting a U.S. Country legend! the Outlaws feat. Waylon, Willie Nelson, Jesse Colter & Tompall Glaser; incl. "suspicious minds", "honky tonk heroes"...;)
The Jolly Brothers Band Typical Barroom Scene (Third Planet) EX / EX U.S.'1978 75.00
(late 70's U.S. release of action-bound Counry-Rockin'  piece w/burnt weed-hipster vibes plus a Southern-cookin' style w/Fender pedal-steel, dual-guitar trades, piano, bass 'n drums; recorded LIVE at Jerry's Westport Country Playhouse, Kansas City, Missouri; great vintage-western-styled card-board-jacket; inner-bag has the lyrics to 'em all orig. songs!)
George Jones My Very Special Guests (Epic) EX / EX NL'1979 34.00
(late 70's holland print of tasty, relaxed, soulful Country-Folk-Rock album feat. quite a bunch of celebrities...  Emmylou Harris, Linda Ronstadt, Waylon Jennings, James Taylor, Willie Nelson... plus Pop & Mavis Staples adding their mellow, soulful vocs on a nice version of "will the circle be unbroken"; a rockin' cover of "Proud Mary" feat. the steel guitar of Jim Murphy; w/inner-sleeve that has the lyrics;)
Mark Jones Snowblind Traveler (JRM) EX / EX U.S.'1979 SOLD
(late 70's U.S. release of excellent Country-Folk-Rock album by Songwriter/ guitarist out of Virginia; breezy, melodic lanes w/ace steel-pedal work, haunting femme back-ups rending a loose back-porch feel to it;)
Kashmir Jodle-Knud (Sonet) EX / EX DK'1971 75.00
(early 70's orig. print of danish Country-Folk-Rock item /great steel-pedal work, electric/acoustic guitars (12-string too) piano, e-bass 'n percussion; songs all composed by Jorgen Thomsen; sung in native tongue; nice laminated sleeve w/insert-sheet;)
Larry Keen And Company First Official Bootleg Album (Sky) VG++ / EX U.S.'1975 110.00
(mid-70's U.S. privat-label print(not to be confounded w/ labels of the same name!) of breezy,melodic rustic tapestries w/mostly acoustic gear...guitars,steel-pedal(nice job on "rodeo star")piano,bass 'n percussion;tasty violin arrangements on "Marco Polo"-track that has a drifty Fankhauser way of charming the lagoon!limited edition of 400 numbered copies;the "rainbow-motive"-jacket has a very privat/ homemade look!..don't let "bootleg" in the title fool ya'..the production fills a dense,natural scape!)
Patrick Kelley Same (Rock Candy) VG+ / EX U.S.'1982 95.00
(early 80's U.S. privat-press of meaty Country-Folk-Rock album w/West Coasty touch, nice balance of laid-back songlines 'n rockin' moods w/strong lead-guitar; full-band job w/acoustic/electric guitars, organ, piano, bass 'n drums; solid steel-pedal works on the takin' "was gonna love you"; stand-out track sure is "if you beckon me" w/passionate melo-treat 'n blistering lead-guitar! ...partly recorded at Ardent Studios in Memphis; the whole thing flashes back to some mid 70's acres as for sound 'n execution;)
Lonnie Knight Song For A City Mouse (Flashlight) VG++ / EX U.S.'197 110.00
(late 70's (?) U.S. privat-press (out of Minnesota) of nice, melodic Country-Folk-Rock album; full-band venture w/guitars, dobro, steel pedal, string bass, violin, harmonica...; rural, melo-swayin' tapestries, solid pickin' 'n stringin' & a full-bodied natural production;)
Laramie Same (Mercury) EX / M- U.S.'1969 65.00
(late 60's U.S. white-label promo print of out-west Hippie-vybed rural Country-Folk breezer w/ fiddle, banjo, steel guitar, mandolin, bass...; feat. Thomas Jefferson Kaye on piano, Dave Lawson...; nice western-styled card-board sleeve;)
The Last Mile Ramblers While They Last! (Blue Canyon) EX / EX U.S.'1974 125.00
(mid-70's U.S. release of ace-cut, bluegrassy Country-Folk-rockin' breezer by U.S. southwest band released on local New Mexico label! ...a strikin' acoustic/ electric mix w/boss steel pedal, banjo, fiddle, dobro, flattop guitar...; ...a splashy roots-dive w/a haunting cover of "ghost riders in the sky", "cotton-eyed Joe"...; "the hurrier I go" revives some Blue Velvet Band magic!)
Chris LeDoux Wild & Wooly (American Cowboy Songs Inc.) EX / EX U.S.'1986 34.00
(mid-80's U.S. release by Wyoming/Utah (?) -based Country picker w/ his Saddle Boogie Band; Country-Rock in some progressed 80's style w/enuff rootsy soil to groove to; all self-penned songs w/exception of a western styled version of "foggy mountain breakdown";)
Albert Lee Hiding (A&M) VG++ / EX U.S.'1979 32.00*
(solo-thing by renowned studio/ session guitar-picker & former member/ leader of Heads Hands & Feet! laid-back, melodic Country-Folk-Rock w/ a remake of "Country Boy" (from the H. H. & F. double-set;)
Hiding (A&M) VG++ / VG++ U.S.'1979 28.00*
(solo-thing by renowned studio/session guitar-picker & former member/leader of Heads Hands & Feet! laid-back, melodic Country-Folk-Rock w/ a remake of "Country Boy" (from the H. H. & F. double-set;)
Same (Polydor) EX / EX D'1982 32.00*
(early 80's solo-thing by renowned studio/session guitar-picker & former member/leader of Heads Hands & Feet! laid-back, melodic Country-Folk-Rock w/brass; german print;)
The Linder Lawson Band Same (Greatheart) EX / EX U.S.'1978 110.00
(late 70's U.S. release by U.S. northwest trio w/femme drummer; jangly, electric/acoustic Country-Folk-Rock breezer w/ringin' guitar-sound, piano, bass, banjo, mandolin, harmonica...; "skyline" has that hooky early 70's Eagles-typo melo-edge w/vibrating guitar-sound!; autographed by leader on front cover;)
Lost Highway Band Travelin' Light (Texas Re-Cord Co.) EX / EX U.S.'1975 75.00
(mid-70's U.S. Country-Folk-Rock release out of San Antonio, Tx; Augie Meyers produced breezy picker- 'n fiddler-bag gone w/loose Cajun-sway on "honey dew"; banjo-fiddle-gear w/guitars, mandolin, dobro, bass 'n drums; Western-swingin' 'n Tex-Mex stringin' plus a few moonshiner ballads thrown in to help beefin' up the melo/poetic syde; nice card-board jacket w/band pictured on back dressed in vintage western-gear; no guns but long hair, hats, banjo, fiddle... a broom plus doggy (of course)
Bill Lyerly Band Higher Ground (Red Ash) M- / M- / Co. U.S.'1984 55.00
(mid-80's Country-Folk-Rock takin' off on a smokin' version of Steve Young's "lonesome orn'ry and mean" with 4 (four!) guitar leads! privat-press out of Tennessee;)

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