Pop F-H

Artist Title (Label) Cover / Record / Co. Released Price CHF
Marianne Faithful Broken English (Island) EX / EX D'1979 28.00
(late 70's effort incl. "the ballad of Lucy Jordan"; german print;)
Don Fardon Lament Of The Cherokee Indian Reservation (GNP Crescendo) M / M- U.S.'1967 55.00
(orig. U.S. print of this 60's U.K. Pop-Songwriter-album w/fully arranged bag hittin' it BIG w/title-track;)
Francis Faye No Reservations (Capitol) EX / VG+ U.S.'195 42.00
(orig. green label mono print;)
The Feminine Complex Livin' Love (Athena) M- / EX / Co. U.S.'1969 SOLD
(late 60's U.S. all-female trio gone w/lofty, electric Psychedelic-Pop splash w/brass arrangements, some punky guitar-strummin' moods w/fuzz, ace voc-harmonies, quirky effects, some real khool lead-voice; vibrating sound- scape... if ya' dig Gale Garnett, Claudine Longet 'n Nancy... this one will rend a different paint to your fridge!)
Mike Finnigan Black & White (CBS) EX / EX NL'1978 24.00
(holland print w/inner-sleeve;)
Fire & Rain Same (Mercury) M- / M- Can'1972 65.00
(early 70's release by U.S. Folk-Pop duo (male/femme) opening track is a fine version of "somebody to love" w/funky groove; nice mix of arranged Pop armouries 'n straight rockin' West-Coast pieces; full-band backing; Ben Benay arranged; red-label print;)
Same (Mercury) SS / SS U.S.'1972 65.00
(early 70's release by U.S. Folk-Pop duo (male/femme) ...opening track is a fine version of "somebody to love" w/funky groove; nice mix of arranged Pop armouries 'n straight rockin' West-Coast pieces; full-band backing; Ben Benay arranged; red-label print;)
Same (Mercury) M / M- / Co. U.S.'1972 52.00
(early 70's release by U.S. Folk-Pop duo (male/femme) ...opening track is a fine version of "somebody to love" w/funky groove 'n nice percussive gear; nice mix of arranged Pop armouries 'n straight rockin' West-Coast pieces; full-band backing; Ben Benay arranged; red-label print;)
Flaming Ember Westbound #9 (Hot Wax) EX / EX U.S.'196 38.00
(late 60's U.S. orig. release of white-boy Pop-Soul bag w/brass 'n string arrangements by Tony Camillo; cover of "spinning wheel" (Blood, Sweat & Tears/D.C. Thomas) for opening track;)
The Flower Pot Men Let's Go To San Francisco (Teldec) EX / EX D'1985 65.00
(John Carter and Ken Lewis, two englishmen, had a top 5 hit w/"let's go to San Francisco" in the late 60's! this album has one side w/other songs from that period by this Songwriter duo... plus recordings from the 80's including the heavenly, Byrds-ian jangle-spree-anthem "blow away" (5:46) w/color-splasing fuzz-box radiation flashing back into crystallized 6-T's zone!)
Bubba Fowler ...and Then Came Bubba (Columbia) M / M U.S.'1968 95.00
(Bubba Fowler has been involved in many 60's/ early 70's releases as a producer... now his solo album is either mere tongue-in-cheek or THAT maestroso Hipster-pow-wow-Pop-schlock major-label "Real Person" slice like say a B-movie issue of Zorbas the Meek; sleazy arrangements w/ Dylanesque nose-sparkle- throat 'n fanafaring orchestral revels; ramblin' R&B drives w/hot garagey, punky fuzz-guit-cranks, some weirdo narrations... reminds of ARCESIA in spots!! ...well, I really dunno!! ...go ahead 'n judge for yourself!! a boss production by Bob Johnston; 360-label job and in pristine shape!)
Foxx The Revolt Of Emily Young (Decca) VG++ / EX / Co. U.S.'1970 52.00
(late 60's release of a Rock Novella created by Buzz Carson & Pepper Martin; coneptual Chamber-Pop 'Travaganza w/orchestration 'n wafty vocal-happenings feat. Al Perkins who's shootin' some impressive supra-sonic-quiverin wah-fuzz leads!! ("opus epyllion (the age of light") ...nice FOC w/Psychedelic-Art work; plus inner-sleeve w/lyrics 'n info;)
The Revolt Of Emily Young (Decca) SS / SS U.S.'1970 65.00
(late 60's release of a Rock Novella created by Buzz Carson & Pepper Martin; coneptual Chamber-Pop 'Travaganza w/orchestration 'n wafty vocal-happenings feat. Al Perkins who's shootin' some impressive supra-sonic-quiverin wah-fuzz leads!! ("opus epyllion (the age of light") ...nice FOC w/Psychedelic-Art work; lyrics-inner-bag w/info;)
Frank & Tony Into A Thing (Mercury) M- / M- / Co. U.S.'196 55.00
(U.S. mid-60's release by guitar-stringin' vocal-duo spreadin' vibes thru' forms of sparsely arranged jazzy, Calypso-Pop fraught w/'xotik-perco-tappin' ...a definate summer's late nite cocktail-mood possibility; Bobby Scott produced; Mono print; red label w/black logo (?) on upper right;)
Robert Fripp Network (EG) M- / M- D'1979 34.00
(late 70's german print of Techno-Pop mini album feat. David Byrne, Phil Collins, Peter Gabriel, Brian Eno...;)
Thomas & Richard Frost Same (UNI) M- / EX U.S.'1972 75.00
(early 70's U.S. release of fine Pop-album ringin' forth w/12-string-guitar armouries, dobro, keyboards (by Larry Knechtel) ...Max Bennett plays bass, Ronnie Tutt on drums... some brass & Ben Benay cranks a heavenly electric lead-guitar on "don't lose your way"; ...gentle, melodic bag w/ some magic à la early Simon & Garfunkel plus the khool wits of Dunn & McCashen! comes w/insert-sheet;)
Full Swing The Good Times Are Back (Planet) M / M- U.S.'1982 34.00
(early 80's U.S. release of swingin' Pop grooves w/ jazzed brass (arranged by Charles Calello) by U.S. vocal-trio (2 ladies & one male) hits from the 40's to the 60's incl. "caravan" (Duke Ellington) "let the good times roll"...; line-up starring Ira Newborn & Paul Jackson Jr. on guitars, Richard Tee, tenor sax solos by Tom Scott...; w/lyrics-inner-bag;)
The Fuzz Like An Open Door (Calla) / VG++ U.S.'197 22.00
(U.S. promo-single of black soulful Pop grooves w/femme lead-vocs 'n brass;)
Carlos Gardel Volumen No. 42 (Odeon) EX / VG++ Arg'195 42.00
(orig. argentinian press of guitar-accompanied Tango-Pop;)
Leif Garrett Living Without Your Love/I Was Made For Dancin' (Europe) - / VG+ ?'197 32.00
(12" E.P. pic-disc;no sleeve;)
Gerard Same (Columbia) EX / EX NL'1976 28.00
(mid-70's holland print of loungy Brass-Pop w/funky edged, femme back-ups; James William Quercio produced; w/inner-sleeve;)
Tom Ghent Same (Tetragrammaton) M- / EX U.S.'1968 75.00
(late 60's californian Songwriter gone w/ dreamy Pop-Folk and some good-timey vibes, arranged parts; feat Al Casey on guitar & dobro, Jim Horn (flute) Mike Deasy (misspelled as" Dacey" on the back-cover)Joe Osborn plays bass and Larry Knechtel at the piano and organ; one song co-written w/Jerry Merrick;)
Astrud Gilberto Beach Samba (Verve) EX / EX U.S.'196 55.00
(orig. black-silver Mono label U.S. print of ripplin' Latin-Lounge-Pop grooves by femme singer from Brazil in the mid-to late 60's (of the 20th century) arranged by Don Sebesky and Eumir Deodato w/help from Ron Carter on bass, Barry Galbraith & Toots Thielemans on guitar...; Hubert Laws is featured in the woodwinds section, Urbie Green in the brass section...; great cover-version of Tim Hardin's "misty roses" on which Sebesky uses low-register cellos, french horns & woodwinds! has a nice FOC!)
Terry Gilkyson And The Easy Riders
Rollin' (Kapp) EX / VG++ U.S.'195 42.00
(orig. U.S. red/white-label MONO print;)
The Glitter Band Listen To The Band (Bell) EX / EX U.K.'1975 34.00
(orig. U.K. mid-70's print of Glitter-Pop sounds; comes in nice silvery sleeve;)
Bobby Gosh Same (Polydor) EX / EX / Cc. U.S.'1971 42.00
(2nd album by soulful white singer; ...more of a Pop approach than his debut from '70; brass-arranged w/some funky leanings; cover of "fire & rain"(James Taylor) FOC w/lyrics 'n pics on inside;)
Olivia Gray Take It (EMI) EX / EX CH'1980 28.00
(swiss orig. issue of barroom-moods by native Pop-lady-singer; w/insert;)
Anthony Green & Barry Stagg Same (United Artists) M- / M- U.S.'1969 75.00
(late 60's canadian duo sailin' out via ringin' Folk-Pop kolorz w/catchy electric/acoustic mix, sunny vybed moods w/drowsy flakes, ace voc-harmonies evoking innocent rustlings of late summer eves; orig. U.S. black/orange label print;)
Greenfield & Cook Same (Polydor) EX / VG++ D'1972 65.00
(early 70's german print of breezy Folk-Pop album by dutch duo; full-band backing incl. pedal-steel,  harmonica, accordeon, piano, fluegelhorn, electric/ acoustic guitars...; nice harmonies... sorta rural Moody Blues buildin' a bombastic haunt on the great "the end"-track!)
Ellie Greenwich Let It Be Written,let It Be Sung... (Verve) EX / EX / Co. U.S.'1968 55.00
(late 60's U.S. release of orchestrated Pop-armouries w/drift-away vibes by Songwriter lady who co- wrote such classics as "river deep, mountain high", "be my baby" (both songs featured here) ...line-up has Charlie Brown, Eric Weissberg, Steve Gadd...; black-label print;)
Jay Gruska Gruska On Gruska (Abc) EX / EX / Cc. U.S.'1974 42.00
(mid-70's orig. print of brass-arranged Pop-Lounge w/rockin' nature by Pianist/ composer Gruska; line-up starring Larry Carlton, Wilton Felder, Ben Benay... strings and horns by The Sid Sharp Orchestra! Armin Steiner (Nep! NOT the Klektic-Fox!!) helped engineering; w/insert-sheet;)
Rune Gustafsson Rune At The Top (Atlantic) EX / EX / Co. U.S.'1969 42.00
(late 60's 2nd-label press of tasty Guitar-Lounge soother w/ arrangements that rend a special edge of americana Easy Listening Schlock w/ a jazzy twang; cover of "by the time I get to Phoenix", "the fool on the hill" (Lennon/McCartney) ...swedish guitar-artists w/some influences drawn from Jim Webb;)
Guylaine Guy French Doll (RCA) EX / VG++ U.S.'1957 52.00
(orig.U.S.mono-print w/black/"doggie"-label;)
H.E.W. Live (Jam) EX / EX U.S.'1972 125.00
(early 70's U.S. privat-press out of Houston, Texas; live-recorded BREEZY, melodic Folk-Pop w/strong voc- harmonies, keyboards, guitars, bass 'n drums (...a stunningly full sound-scape  ...you'd swear there's an army of acoustic guitar-stringers at work here!!) last 2 songs are studio-tracks; comes w/ 2 lyrics-insert-sheets; card-board jacket looks very local 'n home-made!)
Lani Hall Sundown Lady (A&M) M- / EX U.S.'1972 28.00
(early 70's U.S. release of drifty West-Coast-Lounge sounds by U.S. Songlady doin' 2 Elton John covers...; produced & arranged by Herb Alpert; feat. Larry Carlton, Tim Weisberg, Milt Holland...; w/inner-sleeve;)
Ed Hampton Same (Ham) M- / EX U.S.'1976 52.00
(mid-70's U.S. privat-press of Sympho-Pop-Lounge sounds w/ sleazy wires of Schlock plus a wacko temper ready to Rock...)
John Hanlon Higher Trails (Family) EX / VG+(+) NZ'1975 75.00
(mid-70's release of Sympho-Pop album by New Zealand Songwriter; full-band backing w/ synth, mellotron, piano,6- & 12-string guitars, sax...; FOC w/lyrics printed on inside;)
Hanyoungae Same (SRB) M / M- J'1986 34.00
(mid-80's japanese Pop album by femme singer; loungy drift-away vibes w/sax soloing; full-band venture and sung in japanese; w/insert;)
Françoise Hardy C'est A L'Amour Auquel Je Pense + 3 (Vogue) EX / VG++ F'196 22.00
(orig. french mono-print of 4-tracks E.P. (in nice laminated pic-sleeve) by french Songlady; backed by Roger Samyn and his orchestra; sung in french tongue;)
Je Suis D'accord + 3 (Vogue) EX / VG++ F'196 22.00
(orig. french mono-print of 4-tracks E.P. (in nice laminated pic-sleeve) by french Songlady; backed by Roger Samyn and his orchestra; sung in french tongue;)
A Touch Of Music, A Touch Of Françoise Hardy (Vogue) EX / EX D'1969 52.00
(nice german double pack in FOC compiling songs of this french Songlady; has some khool pics printed!)
The Yeh-Yeh Girl From Paris (4 Corners) VG++ / VG++ U.S.'196 42.00
(orig. U.S. mono-print of dynamic Pop-bag by french Songlady; backed by Roger Samyn and his orchestra; sung in french tongue;)
The Yeh-Yeh Girl From Paris (4 Corners) EX / EX / Cc. U.S.'196 55.00
(orig.U.S. mono-print of dynamic Pop-bag by french Songlady; backed by Roger Samyn and his orchestra; sung in french tongue;)
Joe Harnell Fly Me To The Moon (Kapp) EX / VG++ U.S.'195 55.00
(orig. color-label print(a really nice design!) 50's Bossa-Nova-Pop w/piano & orchestration;)
Harpers Bizarre Anything Goes (Warner Brothers) M- / M- U.S.'1967 75.00
(orig. gold-label stereo print of khool 60's orchestrated Pop 'travaganza that sounds like a lost album by Van Dyke Parks together w/ the Wilson Brothers; incl. "high coin", "Louisiana man", Edith Piaf's "milord";)
Harpers Bizarre Anything Goes (Warner Brothers) VG++ / EX U.S.'1967 55.00
(orig. gold-label stereo print of khool 60's orchestrated Pop 'travaganza that sounds like a lost album by Van Dyke Parks together w/ the Wilson Brothers; incl. "high coin", "Louisiana man", Edith Piaf's "milord";)
Shaun Harris Same (Capitol) EX / EX U.S.'1973 65.00
(early 70's solo-effort by West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band member; fully arranged West-Coast Pop tapestries presented on dynamically produced tableaus (w/Michael Lloyd involvement) line-up feat. Dan Harris (also of West Coast P.A.E.B.) Hal Blaine, Jim Gordon, Larry Knechtel, Bruce Johnston (of The Beach Boys) Ben Benay...;)
JoAnne Hartman Sky Song (Ambrotype) EX / VG++ U.S.'197 42.00
(late 70's (?) U.S. Songlady w/full-band backing; drifty Folk-Pop armouries; covers of "up on the roof" (Carol King), "Annie's song" (John Denver)
The Headboys Same (RSO) EX / EX Can'1979 28.00
(late 70's canadian print of shaky, british Power-Pop raver w/'travaganza/ minimal-toweled colorz, shrill organ, shoutin' vocs 'n slammin' guit-chords;)
Heat Exchange Can You Tell Me/Inferno (Yorkville) / EX Can'196 32.00
(late 60's canadian single release by native band; title-track is jangly Psych-Pop w/Prog-induced patterns; B-side is shaky, funky organ/wah-fuzz-guitar driven Rock w/brass 'n smokin' Prog-Rock idioms; DOORS-typo vocal-treats;)
Heather Black Same (Double Bayou) EX / EX / Co. U.S.'1970 38.00
(late 60's/ early70's U.S. release of drifty Pop-piece w/white Soul edge 'n funky, riverboat-ramble grits w/ fuzz-box-guitar on "Bill (the black militant)"; on SSS International sub-label; produced by Huey P. Meaux;)
Hedge & Donna Love (Capitol) VG+ / EX U.S.'1968 52.00
(green label U.S. print of vibrating 60's, aquarian-age vybed Folk-Pop item w/breezy male/ femme voc-harmonies; nicely orchestrated by Jimmy Bond and Nick Venet produced! covers of "wings" (Tim Buckley) "follow" (Jerry Merrick) "catch the wind" (Donovan)  plus many an original song; a minor classic  from the 60's U.S. electric Folk-Pop scene!)
Jerry Herman Hello,Dolly! (RCA) EX / VG+ U.S.'1964 52.00
(mid-60's U.S.orig. MONO print w/black/"doggie"-label; FOC;)
Herman's Hermits The Best Of Vol. III (MGM) M- / EX / Co. U.S.'1968 42.00
(late 60's U.S. orig. "black-lion"-label print of compiled songs by this british Pop chart-bustin equipe; incl. "no milk today", "last bus home";)
Al Hirt Unforgettable (RCA) EX / EX U.S.'1968 42.00
(black-label (w/"doggie") U.S. stereo-print;)
Tim Hollier Same (Fontana) M- / EX U.K.'1970 Sold
(late 60's U.K. release by british Songwriter gone w/aquarian-H -vybe-bannered melodic Folk-Pop breathing w/a vibrating Live-in-studio sound!! full-band job (avoiding the string-arrangements his other 2 albums have...) w/flute, recorder, pearly lead-electric guitars thru' clearings of kyte-driven skies à la Amory Kane's 2nd album... from which a cover of "Llanstephan hill" finds a nice treat here! (the latter has co-written some songs for this album 'n I reckon he also contributes musically!) "seagull's song" is a most embalming opener w/that lysergick glimmer in the harmonies, "evening song" has a trancey, eastern-fade-glow tone... a drowsed ebbanflow charming beam in dusky moan...; a truly beautiful album in beauty, laminated Psychedelic-Art jacket;)
Sky Sail (Philips) M- / EX U.K.'1971 110.00
(early 70's U.K. release by british Songwriter gone w/aquarian-vybe-bannered melodic Pop sails 'n folksy Chamber sways, fully arranged w/strings, harpsichord... lofty acoustic/ electric tapestries w/distant fuzz-tone guitar on "through the darkness" ...similar in ryhmes 'n chimes to his "message to a harlequin" -lp from the late 60's;)
Jake Holmes How Much Time (Columbia) EX / EX U.S.'1972 34.00
(early 70's U.S. release of West-Coasty, arranged, sunny-crest-Pop-sounds by the guy who released 2 impressive Psychedelic albums on Tower Records in the late 60's; ...boss line-up here feat. Hugh McCracken, Ray Barretto, Kenny Buttrey, Teddy Irwin...; "cross my heart" flashes back to his staggering "above ground sound" -album w/gloomy, fade-glow 'n a crispy air outta shady know...; orange-label print w/promo-sticker on front-cover; lyrics-insert-sheet;)
Hope Of Times You Can See/Greenhouse (Warick) / VG++ U.S.'1970 42.00
(rare privat-label single release by same (?) band that released an album on A&M; dreamy, pastoral-Chamber Folk-Pop w/strong harmonies & tasty arrangements;)
Hopney & Phineas Acapulco Gold (Newduke) - / VG(+) U.S.'196 Sold
(late 60's U.S. single-release of bent 'n stoned Folk-Pop w/hippie-vybed Lounge khool; Hopney released 3 RARE albums on the Illusion label later on in the 70's!!! ...a rather beaten-up copy you have here!)
Hot Butter Popcorn (Barclay) EX / VG++ F'1972 22.00
(early 70's french orig. single release of chartbustin' Techno-Pop-Schlock creamed w/sleazy Moog-colors by Stan Free; B-side has "at the movies"; comes w/ picture sleeve;)
Popcorn (Musicor) M- / EX U.S.'1972 55.00
(early 70's U.S. release of chartbustin' Techno-Pop-Schlock creamed w/sleazy Moog-colors by Stan Free; covers of "amazing grace", "tomatoes" (Neal Hefty) "Apache" (Jerry Lordan) ...comes w/odd "popcorn-bag" -gimmix jacket;)
Catherine Howe Harry (RCA) M- / M- / Co. U.S.'1975 34.00
(mid-70's U.S. release of melodic, string-arranged Pop album w/Chamber-typo setting, solemn, drifty moods... by very nice looking british lady from Yorkshire; produced & arranged by Del Newman!)
The Humblebums Open Up The Door (Transatlantic) EX / EX NL'1970 28.00
(early 70's U.K. Folk-Pop w/intriguing harmonies, arranged songs...; feat. an early Gerry Rafferty before the charts welcomed him; also feat. is Terry Cox of The Pentangle & Barry Dransfield, Bernie Holland of Jody Grind;)
Same (Liberty) VG++ / VG++ / Cc. U.S.'1969 42.00
(late 60's U.S. print of british Folk-Pop w/intriguing harmonies, arranged songs...; feat. an early Gerry Rafferty before the charts welcomed him; neat card-board jacket;)
Engelbert Humperdinck Release Me (Decca) VG++ / VG++ U.K.'1967 55.00
(orig. blue label stereo print of Classic 60's album by british chartbusting lady-charmer; incl. title track, 'misty blue' , 'my world' , 'ten guitars' , yours until tomorrow' , there's a kind of hush' ...; portrait sleeve showing the gigolo from his best side;)
The Les Humphries Singers Goin' Down Jordan (Decca) EX / EX A'196 28.00
(austrian red-label-print; incl. "chirpy chirpy cheep cheep", Lennon's "power to the people", Leonard Cohen's "Suzanne, "I am...I said" (Neil Diamond)
One Of These Days (Decca) EX / EX D'1974 28.00
(mid-70's german print)
We'll Fly You To The Promised Land (Decca/Stern Musik) EX / EX D'196 34.00
(german red-label-print; incl. "hey Joe", "melting pot", "Sloop John B." ...;)
Brian Hyland Same (UNI) VG++ / VG+(+) U.K.'1971 34.00
(early 70's U.K. (?) print in laminated sleeve; arranged white-boy Soul-Pop w/ a rockin' temper; Lee Sklar on bass, Russ Kunkel on drums, Jimmie Haskell arranged some strings; cover of Curtis Mayfield's "gypsy woman;)

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