Country-Rock R

Artist Title (Label) Cover / Record / Co. Released Price CHF
Bonnie Raitt Give It Up (Warner Brothers) VG++ / VG++ / Co. U.S.'1972 34.00*
(orig. green label U.S. print of 2nd album by U.S. bluesy, Folk-Rock/ Singer-Songwriter lady w/ a voice that marks a cross 'tween Bonnie Koloc & Tracy Nelson; Eric Kaz on piano and he also arranged the horns, Paul Butterfield blows some harp, Dave Holland on bass, Kal David on electric guitar...; cover of Jackson Browne's "under the falling sky", Chris Smither's "love me like a man"  ...w/lyrics adapted by Bonnie; FOC;)
Give It Up (Warner Brothers) EX / EX U.K.'1976 28.00*
(mid-70's U.K. 2nd print (in non-FOC) of 2nd album by U.S. bluesy, Folk-Rock/Singer-Songwriter lady w/ a voice that marks a cross 'tween Bonnie Koloc & Tracy Nelson; Eric Kaz on piano and he also arranged the horns, Paul Butterfield blows some harp, Dave Holland on bass, Kal David on electric guitar...; cover of Jackson Browne's "under the falling sky", Chris Smither's "love me like a man" w/lyrics adapted by Bonnie;)
Green Light (Warner Brothers) EX / EX U.K.'1982 28.00*
(orig. U.S. print of early 80's release;w/inner-sleeve;)
Home Plate (Warner Brothers) EX / EX U.S.'1975 32.00*
(mid-70's release by U.S. bluesy, Folk-Rock/Singer-Songwriter lady w/ a voice that marks a cross 'tween Bonnie Koloc & Tracy Nelson; feat. Bill Payne on keyboards & accordion, John Sebastian blows the harp on one song...; Paul A. Rothchild produced; cover of "sugar mama" (written by Delbert McClinton & Glen Clark;)
Nine Lives (Warner Brothers) EX / EX U.S.'1986 28.00*
(orig. U.S. print of mid-80's release;w/inner-sleeve;)
Streetlights (Warner Brothers) EX / EX U.S.'1974 32.00*
(orig. U.S. print of album #4 by U.S. bluesy, Folk-Rock/ Singer-Songwriter lady w/ a voice that marks a cross 'tween Bonnie Koloc & Tracy Nelson; feat. Steve Gadd, Davis Spinozza... strings & horns arranged by Larry Wilcox; great version of John Prine's "angel from Montgomery", "that song about the midway" (Joni Mitchell)
Guy Randle Center Street (Homespun) M- / EX U.S.'1975 55.00
(mid-70's U.S. orig. release on this local label out of Utah; laid-back, rural Country-Folk-(Rock) w/ band accompaniment feat. Marvin Payne (I know of two albums by him also released on this label) on acoustic- & electric guitars, nice dobro work on an ace version of "will the circle be unbroken"; 2 songs co-written w/ Marvin Payne;)
Rank Strangers Same (Pacific Arts) EX / EX U.S.'1977 55.00
(U.S. 2nd print of late 70's Country-Folk charmer feat. Chris Darrow & Max Buda of Kaleidoscope-fame! Rick Griffin created the far-out lettering on the jacket;)
Red Eye One Man's Poisin Is Another Man's Medicine (Pentagram) VG++ / EX / Cc. U.S.'1972 65.00
(excellent U.S. Country-Folk-Rock piece (their 2nd album) ...quality voc-harmonies, plenty of western-hipster-renegade-charm, fuzz guitar, organ, pedal-steel...; comes in beauty card-board-jacket; on same label as REX HOLMAN, TURNQUIST REMEDY...;)
One Man's Poisin Is Another Man's Medicine (Pentagram) VG++ / VG++ U.S.'1972 55.00
(excellent U.S. Country-Folk-Rock piece (their 2nd album) quality voc-harmonies, plenty of western-hipster-renegade-charm, fuzz guitar, organ, pedal-steel...; comes in beauty card-board-jacket; on same label as REX HOLMAN, TURNQUIST REMEDY...;)
Same (Pentagram) EX / EX / Co. U.S.'1970 55.00
(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...;)
Same (Pentagram) VG++ / M- U.S.'1970 52.00
(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...;)
Redwing Dead Or Alive (Fantasy) EX / EX U.S.'1974 36.00*
(orig. brown label U.S. print of 4th album by west-coasty Country-Rock quartet; more laid-back, mellow cookin' compared to their previous albums;)
Same (Fantasy) EX / EX U.S.'1971 52.00*
(orig. blue label U.S. print of splashy, West Coasty Country-Rock piece w/catchy, natural sound-scape that marks a cross 'tween Buffalo Springfield & CCR (no wonder as the latter's on the same label!) dual e-guitar trades (w/occasional slide) piano, 3 vocalists; Russ Gary Produced;)
Take Me Home (Fantasy) M- / EX / Cc. U.S.'1973 42.00*
(orig. brown label U.S. print of splashy, West Coasty Country-Rock piece w/catchy, natural sound-scape that marks a cross 'tween Buffalo Springfield & CCR (no wonder as the latter was on the same label) pedal-steel, dobro, dual e-guitar trades, keyboards, 3 vocalists(!); Ed Bogas on fiddle & piano;)
Bob Reeder Rainbow City (Magic Sea) EX / EX U.S.'1979 75.00
(late 70's orig. U.S. release of breezy, melodic Country-Folk-Rock album by southern U.S. songwriter/ guitarist w/ full-band backing incl. 6- & 12-string guitars, keyboards, bass, drums, harp plus electric guitar; some songs have a spacey, synth arrangement, others spread a subtle, rustic charm; his voice combines John Stewart & Gordon Lightfood; sleeve is a nice portrait-painting of the artist;)
Terry Reid Seed Of Memory (Abc) EX / EX / Cc. U.S.'1976 42.00*
(mid-70's orig. U.S. white-label-promo release by eccentric british songman; loungy Country-Folk-Rock strolls w/ace line-up starring David Lindley, Al Perkins, Graham Nash, Clifford Solomon, Tim Weisberg, Blue Mitchell, Fred Wesley; w/insert-sheet;)
Revival Same (Kama Sutra) VG++ / M- U.S.'1972 65.00
(early 70's U.S. release of fine rustic, melodic Country-Folk-Rock  album w/ femme keyboarder who also sings lead, pedal-steel by Hank DeVito, acoustic/electric blend, banjo, Larry Packer on fiddle; easy flowin' pour-down of catchy songs... plus a San Francisco Sound induced extended jammer-piece (8 minutes plus) w/mercurial lead-guitar-quiverin', rollin' bass, tempo-switchin'... combining lanes treaded by Ultimate Spinach & Peanut Butter (talkin' 'bout bands in this case!) cover-version of "mama tried"; the cover is a nice FOC w/"organik-wood-craft" typo painting; rose label first print;)
Same (Kama Sutra) VG++ / VG++ U.S.'1972 55.00
(early 70's U.S. release of fine rustic, melodic Country-Folk-Rock  album w/ femme keyboarder who also sings lead, pedal-steel by Hank DeVito, acoustic/ electric blend, banjo, Larry Packer on fiddle; easy flowin' pour-down of catchy songs... plus a San Francisco Sound induced extended jammer-piece (8 minutes plus) w/mercurial lead-guitar-quiverin', rollin' bass, tempo-switchin' ...combining lanes treaded by Ultimate Spinach & Peanut Butter (talkin' 'bout bands in this case!) cover-ersion of "mama tried"; the cover is a nice FOC w/"organik-wood-craft" typo painting; rose label first print;)
Same (Kama Sutra) EX / EX / Co. Can'1972 75.00
(early 70's canadian release of fine rustic, melodic U.S. Country-Folk-Rock album w/ femme keyboarder who also sings lead, pedal-steel by Hank DeVito, acoustic/electric blend, banjo, Larry Packer on fiddle; easy flowin' pour-down of catchy songs... plus a San Francisco Sound induced extended jammer-piece (8 minutes plus) w/mercurial lead-guitar-quiverin', rollin' bass, tempo-switchin' ...combining lanes treaded by Ultimate Spinach & Peanut Butter (talkin' 'bout bands in this case!) cover-version of "mama tried"; the cover is a nice FOC w/"organik-wood-craft "typo painting; yellow/red label orig. print; darn scarce as a canadian print;)
Same (Kama Sutra) EX / M- / Co. U.S.'1972 75.00
(early 70's U.S. release of fine rustic, melodic Country-Folk-Rock  album w/ femme keyboarder who also sings lead, pedal-steel by Hank DeVito, acoustic/electric blend, banjo, Larry Packer on fiddle; easy flowin' pour-down of catchy songs... plus a San Francisco Sound induced extended jammer-piece (8 minutes plus) w/mercurial lead-guitar-quiverin', rollin' bass, tempo-switchin' ...combining lanes treaded by Ultimate Spinach & Peanut Butter (talkin' 'bout bands in this case!) cover-version of "mama tried"; the cover is a nice FOC w/"organik-wood-craft" typo painting; rose label first print and comes w/a promo single that has a stereo & mono version of an album track;)
Ron Rhodes Down The Road (Breeze Music) M / M- U.S.'1982 38.00
(early 80's release by U.S. northwest Songwriter; breezy, melodic lines w/some shaky roadhouse rockin' spice ("rockin' saturday night")full-band venture feat. acoustic/ electric guitars, keyboards, synth, bass, drums, mandolin, harmonica;)
Rich Mountain Tower Same (Ovation) EX / EX U.S.'1971 75.00
(melodic Country-Folk-Rock quintet from Memphis in the early 70's; jangly, rustic acoustic/ electric guitar-sounds (12-string too) solid harmony-treats, steel by Weldon Myrick, Charlie McCoy blows the harp, Don Tweedy plays Moog on 1 song and is responsible for the string-arrangement on another; FOC; top shape!)
Riverrock Midwest Man (Hannah) EX / EX U.S.'1980 55.00
(orig. U.S. print by local Kansas Country-Rock quintet; catchy melodic sails on mostly mid-tempo masts; acoustic/ electric sound w/voc-harmonies; has a lyrics-inner-bag;)
Billy Roberts & Grits Thoughts Of California (Tulip) VG++ / VG++ U.S.'1975 75.00
(mid-70's californian small-label-press of airy Counry-Folk-Rock sounds feat. Peter Albin (of Big Brother & The Holding Company-fame!) ...wheelin' spree w/Billy's ramblin' voice, reminiscent of Alex Taylor's meetin' up w/Robert Hunter; strong performance all the way w/steel-pedal, liquid, pack-porch pickin', femme back-ups on "hang out with me"; back-cover is autographed by Billy;)
Tim Rock Backseats,Bedrooms & Bars (Starbuck) VG++ / VG+ U.S.'197 95.00
(mid-70's U.S. privat-press-release by renowned producer from the U.S. northwest; an excellent slice of rustic Country-Folk-Rock sounds w/acoustic/ electric blend; band-backing feat. Bill Hayes on electric guitar, Ed Rooney on bass...; opening track is a most impressive version of Larry Murray's "headed for the country" w/a superb lead-guitar soloing and haunting femme/male voc-back-ups! "mama Lu" (another song penned by Murray) gets also a fine treat; Tim's voice lies somewhere between John Stewart & Robert Hunter! has a nice b&w card-board-jacket;)
Backseats,Bedrooms & Bars (Starbuck) M- / EX U.S.'197 175.00
(mid-70's U.S. privat-press-release by renowned producer from the U.S. northwest; an excellent slice of rustic Country-Folk-Rock sounds w/acoustic/electric blend; backing-band feat. Bill Hayes on electric guitar, Ed Rooney on bass...; opening track is a most impressive version of Larry Murray's "headed for the country" w/a superb lead-guitar soloing and haunting femme/male voc-back-ups! "mama Lu" (another song penned by Murray) gets also a fine treat; Tim's voice lies somewhere between John Stewart & Robert Hunter! has a nice b&w card-board-jacket;)
Linda Ronstadt Don't Cry Now (Asylum) EX / EX U.S.'1973 Sold
(orig. U.S. print of album #4 by U.S. Country-Folk rockin' lady; ace line-up feat. Sneaky Pete, Chris Ethridge, Ed Black, Larry Carlton; w/inner-sleeve;)
Get Closer (Asylum) EX / EX D'1982 Sold
(orig. german print of early 80's album by U.S. Country-Folk rockin' lady; w/inner-sleeve;)
Hasten Down The Wind (Asylum) EX / EX U.K.'1976 28.00*
(orig. U.K. print of mid-70's album by U.S. Country-Folk rockin' lady; FOC w/inner-sleeve;)
Hasten Down The Wind (Asylum) EX / EX F'1976 Sold
(orig. french print of mid-70's album by U.S. Country-Folk rockin' lady; FOC w/insert-sheet;)
Living In The U.S.A. (Asylum) EX / EX D'1978 Sold
(orig. german print of late-70's album by U.S. Country-Folk rockin' lady; FOC w/inner-sleeve;)
Lush Life (Asylum) EX / EX U.S.'1984 Sold
(orig. U.S. print of mid-80's album by U.S. Country-Folk rockin' lady; comes in hat-box-gimmix jacket;)
Simple Dreams (Asylum) EX / EX U.S.'1977 Sold
(orig. french print of mid-70's album by U.S. Country-Folk rockin' lady; FOC w/inner-sleeve;)
Dennis Ross And The Axberg Brothers Band
Same (No Label) M- / M- U.S.'197 95.00
(late 70's orig. U.S. privat-label release out of Texas; roadhouse-wheelin' Country-Rock hoe-downer w/ hot lickin' slide- & dual lead-guitar, harmonica, rollin' bass 'n drums; kick-ass bag w/ vocals reminiscent of Jouyous Noise; western-styled card-board jacket;)
Same (No Label) EX / EX U.S.'197 75.00
(late 70's orig. U.S. privat-label release out of Texas; roadhouse-wheelin' Country-Rock hoe-downer w/ hot lickin' slide- & dual lead-guitar, harmonica, rollin' bass 'n drums; kick-ass bag w/ vocals reminiscent of Jouyous Noise; western-styled card-board jacket;)
Peter Rowan Medicine Trail (Flying Fish) EX / EX U.S.'1980 55.00
(orig. U.S. print of excellent solo-album by 60's legend (Earth Opera, Seatrain, Old & In the Way, Muleskinner...;) ...tasty acoustic/electric blend dealin' w/native-indian myths on the shaky title-track; ace americana spree w/rootsy, southern-delve; autographed by Peter on front cover;)
Rural One By One (Mole) EX / EX U.S.'1974 225.00
(very rare mid-70's U.S. privat-press of loose 'n wheelin' local Iowa Country-Folk-rockin' thing w/backwoodsy hipster vybes; smokin' acoustic/ electric mix w/steel, mandolin, piano, violin, femme lead-vocs on some selections; "ships in bottles" (6:37) cuts the cake for kickin', jammed-up rural-free West-Coast Rock-out w/ DEAD-typo guitar flows; FOC sure does reek w/that lost 70's home-cookin' charm;)

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