Pop M-Q

Artist Title (Label) Cover / Record / Co. Released Price CHF
Madness One Step Beyond... (Stiff) EX / EX D'1979 Sold
(late 70's german print of action-shakin' Ska-Popper album by equipe from England... hitting the charts w/ title-track; w/inner-sleeve;)
One Step Beyond... (Sire) EX / VG++ U.S.'1979 32.00
(late 70's U.S. print of action-shakin' Ska-Popper album by equipe from England... hitting the charts w/ title-track; w/inner-sleeve;)
Madrigal Same (SSS International) VG++ / EX Can'1970 52.00
(late 60's canadian release of sunny-crest Psych-Pop album w/rural, wheeler vibes, fuzz-guitar, organ, voc-harmonies, easy blended tapestries w/a british typo dash; a great Greg Hambleton production; nice Psychedelic cover-art; promo-label;)
The Manhattan Transfer Pastiche (Atlantic) VG++ / EX D'1978 Sold
(orig. german print w/inner-sleeve;)
Dewey Martin One Buffalo Heard (Piccadilly) M- / M- / Cc. U.S.'1980 65.00
(pre-Dillards recordings from around '64 by Buffalo Springfield drummer...; jangly Folk-Pop w/great voc-harmonies & a rockin' buster by the name of "tomorrow's gonna be another day")
Mary Martin & Ezio Pinza South Pacific (Columbia) EX / VG++ U.S.'195 55.00
(orig. violet-label mono U.,S. print of late 50's(?) Broadway musical;music composed by Richard Rodgers;)
Mass In F Dvine Hair (RCA) M- / EX / Co. U.S.'1971 34.00
(early 70's U.S. print in FOC; the celebration of the Holy Eucharist on the third anniversary of the famous Broadway Musical in the Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine in New York City; performed by the Broadway cast of Hair!)
Matrix Same (Rare Earth) EX / EX U.S.'1972 38.00
(early 70's U.S. white-label promo issue of dynamic brass-Pop w/orchestral dimension 'n Beach Boys typo harmonies on the epic "ten miles beyond" (5:48) cover of James Taylor's "fire & rain";)
Ken Matthews Partners In Crime (Olde World) EX / EX '1977 65.00
(70's U.S. white-label promo print of arranged Lounge-Pop sounds w/femme back-ups; Clyde Otis produced;)
Paul Mauriat Rhythm & Blues (Philips) EX / EX F'196 65.00
(orig. late (?) 60's french print of dynamic orchestral renditions of 60's classics like "respect", "in the midnight hour", "it's a man's man's world" (...well, could it be that this version served somebody for a big chart-bustin'-thing by the title of "nights in white satin" (???) ...NO KIDDIN'!!) ...and khool sitar-sound on "you keep me hangin' on"; Franck Giboni produced;)
Paul McCartney & Wings Mrs. Vandebilt/Bluebird (Apple) EX / EX D'1973 22.00
(orig. german single w/band-photo pic-sleeve in blue;)
Megan McDonough In The Megan Manner (Wooden Nickel) M- / M- U.S.'1970 65.00
(orig. U.S. release of femme Singer-Songwriter album; arranged songs of Folk-Pop breathing dimension w/ drowsed pastoral, chamber-typo lines shake hands w/ west coasty, rhythm-rockin' pieces... and of course Megan's voice... that teases!! feat. Larry Carlton on guitar, Tom Hensley (keyboards) ...Sneaky Pete adds some pedal-steel magic; nice sleeve w/ picture of Beauty strummin' the 12-string wooden box and lyrics printed ' about her (like leaves a tumblin'...)
Kenneth McKellar Sings The Songs Of John McCormack (London) EX / EX U.S.'196 52.00
(orig. U.S. dark-red label  release from the early 60's (?) of songs written by famous irish song-minstrel; incl. "ave Maria"; all orchestrated selections;)
Christine McVie Same (Warner Brothers) M- / EX D'1984 Sold
(mid-80's german print of solo-album by Fleetwood Mac member; w/inner-sleeve;)
David McWilliams Days Of Pearly Spencer (Kapp) VG++ / EX / Co. U.S.'1971 55.00
(orig. U.S. print of debut album by irish one-hit wonder bustin' charts w/ "days of Pearly Spencer"; 11 songs ringin' forth w/open-sky, sunny crest-vybed harmony-lines w/bright-sail arrangements & a voice that touches a special heartstring!)
Days Of Pearly Spencer (Kapp) M / M- / Co. U.S.'1971 65.00
(orig. U.S. print of debut album by irish one-hit wonder bustin' charts w/ "days of Pearly Spencer"; 11 songs ringin' forth w/open-sky, sunny crest-vybed harmony-lines w/bright-sail arrangements & a voice that touches a special heartstring! top shape!)
Days Of Pearly Spencer (Kapp) SS / SS / Co. U.S.'1971 75.00
(orig. U.S. print of debut album by irish one-hit wonder bustin' charts w/ "days of Pearly Spencer"; 11 songs ringin' forth w/open-sky, sunny crest-vybed harmony-lines w/bright-sail arrangements & a voice that touches a special heartstring! still sealed!!)
Bill Medley Someone Is Standing Outside (MGM) EX / M- / Co. U.S.'1970 42.00
( U.S. orig. print of fully orchestrated Pop-Schlock w/ a pathetique voice... that would give the shiver to Juglio E. & Tom Jay; ...anybody having the guts to write liner-noteses to this album, sure has all the ingredientseses to become a diplomat in some latin-american country! ...and I didn't even go that far to describe the sleeve!!)
The Merchants Of Dream Strange Night Voyage (A&M) EX / VG++ U.S.'1968 52.00
(orig. U.S. brown-label print of mesmerizing, 60's aquarian-age-vybed Chamber-Pop dimension w/string 'n brass, male/femme vocs...; Vinnie Testa arranged & produced; odd Psychedelic-Art sleeve design;)
Buddy Merrill The Guitar Sounds Of (Accent) M- / EX / Co. U.S.'1965 65.00
(mid-60's U.S. release by that label which flung out a Psychedelic-Rock wrangler by the name of Human Zoo (later on) & one of 'em timeless GREAT Singer-Songwriter albums entitled "spirit of the golden juice" by F. J.McMahon!! ...here on'tis it's 'xotic-flavored electric-guitar-strummer Pop ridin' a most dymamic scape w/ band accompaniment... bass, drums, keyboards, strings... all intrumental;)
Michel First Flight Of The Gizzelda Dragon (Camelion music Ltd.) VG++ / EX U.S.'197 42.00
(orig. U.S. mid-70's (?) release of melo-Pop-Schlock venture by a U.K. Tv-star feat. in "with love from Muhammad Ali" (!!??) ...and the latter introduces Michel (on the front cover to this album!!) ...sleazy string- 'n horn-arrangements w/funky sprouts on "boogie train" reekin' w/marin-lagoon-vibes w/ an oil-puddle lurkin' somewhere; ...a voice evoking images of a banana refusing to bend itself ...puttin' the freeze on a monkey's neck! well, I sorta saw it coming when first peepin' at the cover!! ...oh yeah, lyrics printed on back cover!)
Milva Unverkennbar (Metronome) EX / EX D'1983 28.00
(german print w/inner-sleeve;)
Bill Mitchel Might Be Hope (Mercury) EX / M- / Co. U.S.'1970 65.00
(colorful Folk-Pop w/brass arrangements, dreamy drifts, w/white-soul vocs, great line-up feat. Hugh McCracken, Harvey Brooks, Richie Havens...; cover of Willie Dixon's "back door man", the epic, chamber-Pop ringin' "electronic dance"w/reeds 'n flutes, cello, sitar...; nice psychedelic card-board jacket;)
Might Be Hope (Mercury) VG++ / EX / Co. U.S.'1970 52.00
(colorful Folk-Pop w/brass arrangements, dreamy drifts, w/white-soul vocs, great line-up feat. Hugh McCracken, Harvey Brooks, Richie Havens...; cover of Willie Dixon's "back door man", the epic, chamber-Pop ringin' "electronic dance" w/reeds 'n flutes, cello, sitar...; nice psychedelic card-board jacket;)
Might Be Hope (Mercury) EX / EX / Co. U.S.'1970 55.00
(colorful Folk-Pop w/brass arrangements, dreamy drifts, w/white-soul vocs, great line-up feat. Hugh McCracken, Harvey Brooks, Richie Havens...; cover of Willie Dixon's "back door man", the epic, chamber-Pop ringin' "electronic dance"w/reeds 'n flutes, cello, sitar...; nice psychedelic card-board jacket;)
The Mob Same (Colossus) VG++ / EX U.S.'197 42.00
(early 70's U.S. release of Jerry Ross produced soulful Pop grooves w/Brass-rockin' temper and hittin' the FUNKY attic on "back on the road again"; Chuck Seagle arranged & conducted; promo label and radio-station sticker on front-cover;)
Mojo Magic Same (GRT) EX / EX U.S.'196 42.00
(late 60's (?) U.S. release of californian sunny-vybed Flower-Pow-Folk-Pop w/lofty male/femme harmonies, acoustic/electric sound w/string & horn arrangements; ...created by Jim Alaimo & Jan Errico; David Hassinger co-produced;)
Molkie Cole Same (Janus) EX / EX / Cc. U.S.'1977 42.00
(orig. U.S. release of all-arranged Glitter-Schlock grooves by U.S. quintet; odd cover-painting that kinda boots 'em ten aural misfits contained; FOC w/lyrics printed on inside (yep! no kidding!)
Monda Harris 2 Same (Capitol) EX / EX U.S.'1975 34.00
(orig. U.S. print of funky, melodic Pop-thing by Dick Monda; brass-arrangements & lady-back-ups; w/inner-sleeve;)
The Monkees Pisces,Aquarius,Capricorn & Jones Ltd. (Hör Zu) EX / VG+(+) D'1967 55.00
(orig. german release of 4th album by U.S. 60's Boy-Group feat. Mike Nesmith; Paul Beaver helps out on Moog synthesizer(!); laminated "flower-petals" -motive sleeve;)
Marilyn Monroe Dedicato A Marilyn (Fonit Cetra) EX / M- I'1990 65.00
('90 italian double-CD box-set w/ HUGE booklet-insert;)
Remember Marilyn (Philips) EX / EX D'196 75.00
(60's german orig.print w/HUGE booklet-insert;)
The Moody Blues Go Now (London) M- / EX U.S.'1966 52.00
(U.S. 2nd-label print of debut album by this 60's chartbustin' equipe; ...white-boy Soul-Pop w/orchestral arrangements;)
Buddy Morrow And His Orchestra
Night Train (RCA) EX / VG++ U.S.'196 52.00
(early/mid-60's orig. black label MONO print (w/doggy a-harkening) Big-Band sounds w/some vocals (male/ femme chorusses)... "hey Mrs. Jones", "Corrina, Corrina", "greyhound", "the boogie woogie march", "all night long" (Jimmy Forrest)...; Buddy Morrow as leader and he blows some exciting trombone leads!!)
Elliott Murphy 12 (New Rose) EX / EX F'1990 36.00
(1990 french release (a double-set) by N.Y. Folk-Pop barde w/some throat-strings borrowed from Ziggy Stardust; w/inner-sleeves that have the lyrics;)
Change Will Come (New Rose) EX / EX F'1988 28.00
(late 80's french release by N.Y. Folk-Pop barde w/some throat-strings borrowed from Ziggy Stardust; w/inner-sleeve)
Lost Generation (RCA) M- / M- U.S.'1975 34.00
(mid-70's U.S.release (his 2nd album) by N. Y. Folk-Pop barde w/some throat-strings borrowed from Ziggy Stardust;)
Lost Generation (RCA) EX / EX U.S.'1975 28.00
(mid-70's U.S.release (his 2nd album) by N.Y. Folk-Pop barde w/some throat-strings borrowed from Ziggy Stardust;)
Milwaukee (Emis) EX / EX U.S.'1986 28.00
(mid-80's U.S. release by N.Y. Folk-Pop barde w/some throat-strings borrowed from Ziggy Stardust; w/insert-sheet;)
The Names Baby You're A Fool/Why Can't It Be (Fiction) M- / EX U.S.'1977 65.00
(RARE 70's U.S. single-release by local Illinois band; guitar-crankin' Power-Pop w/nice harmonies; khool pic-sleeve;)
Nasty Road More Fun With Three (MRC) EX / EX U.S.'197 SOLD
(mid-70's (?) U.S. privat-press out of Virginia; ...a striking bag of Pop-rockin' goods jangly w/Rural-Khool magic ...sorta cross 'tween BIG STAR 'n the rockier slopes of the susquehanna BRIGG; ace vocal-treats 'n loose-shaken guitar-licks w/airy synth-effects woven in plus distant-pearlin' piano-lines on"I never wanted to choose" w/loungy, relaxed hooks! there's roadhouse rockin' temper beefin' up intriguing melo-trails!... a really special Pop spreadin' thing reekin' w/that local-press charm!)
Nanette Natal Yesterday,Today,Tomorrow (Vanguard) EX / VG++ U.S.'1969 42.00
(late 60's orig. gold label U.S. release by Singer/Songwriter lady; orchestrated Chamber-Pop-(Folk) songs produced by Maynard Solomon & arranged /conducted by Leon Salem (and a great job he did!!) ...a vulnerable, solemn voice w/ a hi-tone whisper-grace!)
Nazjazz Same (No Label) M- / EX U.S.'1980 SOLD
(privat-press out of New York at the gates of the 80's; loungy Progressive-Pop, strong voc-harmonies w/female leads, drifty keyboards; created by John Nazarenko;)
January Thaw (No Label) M- / M- U.S.'1981 Sold
(privat-press out of New York at the gates of the 80's; loungy Progressive-Pop, strong voc-harmonies w/female leads, drifty keyboards; created by John Nazarenko; his 2nd album;)
Same (No Label) M / M- U.S.'1980 Sold
(privat-press out of New York at the gates of the 80's; loungy Progressive-Pop, strong voc-harmonies w/female leads, drifty keyboards; created by John Nazarenko;)
Mike Nesmith The Witchita Train Whistle Sings (DOT) EX / EX U.S.'1968 52.00
(debut solo-album by ex-Monkees; orig. U.S. print in uni-pak-die-cut-gimmix-jacket;)
The New Society The Baroque Sound Of (RCA) M- / VG++ U.S.'1966 52.00
(mid-60's orig. black label stereo-print of vibrating Baroque-Pop sounds w/electric Chamber-Folk tapestries, fanfaring femme/male chorals; dense textures arranged & conducted by Lincoln Mayorga; Randy Sparks produced;)
Martin Newell & The Cleaners From Venus
The Spirit Cage (Jarmusic) M- / M- D'2000 34.00
(german print of fine british Folk-Pop armouries w/ringin' acoustic/ electric guitars and an 80's DB's typo delivery as for melodies 'n rhymes; comes w/7" single incl. 3 bonus tracks plus lyrics insert;)
Del Newman Sound Flowergarden (Columbia) VG+ / VG+ U.K.'1967 38.00
(orig. print of this 60's U.K. Pop swarmer w/all arranged songs, fanfaring harmonies shooting onions into schlock heavens;)
Olivia Newton-John Totally Hot (MCA) M- / EX / Co. U.S.'1977 Sold
(orig. U.S. print w/inner-sleeve;)
Brigitte Nielsen Every Body Tells A Story (Teldec) M- / EX D'1987 Sold
(german print w/inner-sleeve;)
Niemen I Akwarele Sukcea (Muza) VG+ / EX Pol'196 55.00
(orig. poland-press of late 60's release by future Progressive-Rock artists gone w/soulful Brass-Pop 'n 60's Beat-khool;)
No To Co Nikifor (Pronit) VG+ / VG++ Pol'196 55.00
(late 60's orig. poland-press of native, fully orchestrated Pop album w/sky-bound voc-harmonies; ...sunny crest californian vibes w/occasional fuzz-box strayns; sung in native tongue; nice sleeve;)
The Noblemen Child Of My Sleeping Mind/Up To No Good (RCA) / VG++ Can'196 28.00
(late 60's orig. canadian single-release by native band; well produced orchestral Pop w/ ace femme/male chorus; B-side is a Delaney & Bonnie song; no sleeve;)
João Nogueira O Home Dos Quarenta (Polydor) EX / EX BR'1982 26.00
(orig. brasil print w/insert-sheet;)
Opus Life Is Life (Polydor) EX / EX D'1984 32.00
(mid-80's orig. german print (w/inner-sleeve) ...austrian band performing catchy Sympho-Pop songs;)
Life Is Life (Polydor) M- / M- D'1984 36.00
(mid-80's orig. german print (w/inner-sleeve) ...austrian band performing catchy Sympho-Pop songs;)
The Organ Grinders Out Of The Egg (Mercury) M- / M- / Co. U.S.'1968 SOLD
(late 60's orig. U.S. release of excellent Pop-Psychedelic piece gone w/swirly Chamber-typo arrangements dazzlin' effects 'n buzzin' fuzz-fly lines on "William", ...freak-out jammer-brass on "kama kazie woman", quality voc-harmonies; band originates from Baltimore, a place somewhat famous for the artistically bent approach to Rock 'n other (f)arts! w/insert-sheet;)
Orquesta Novel Que Viva El Son Montuno (Fania) EX / EX F'1980 28.00
(80's french print of Latin-Lounge piece w/violins 'n brass rending a splashy Pop edge;)
Paper Garden Same (Musicor) EX / M- U.S.'1969 SOLD
(late 60's orig. print of complex Chamber-typo, aquarian-vybe-beaded Folk-Pop swarmer w/acoustic/electric tapestries, string/brass arrangements 'n eastern-baba magic w/sitar on two songs on the B-side; "I hide" track is shaky Psychedelic-Rock w/fuzz-box cranks; cover is a splashy, wild painting in UNI-PAK format; white-label-promo print in nice shape!)
Don Partridge Same (Columbia) EX / VG++ U.K.'1968 55.00
(orig. U.K. MONO issue (blue/black label print) of partly arranged, melodic Folk-Pop album w/covers of "St. James Infirmary", "candy man", "dock of the bay", H. Ledbetter's "keep your hands off her" and Robin Williamson's (of The Incredible String Band) "first girl I loved";)
Les Perruques Vol.2 (Mode) VG+ / VG+(+) F'1967 55.00
(french print of all-covers album by UK-band... from Schlock to Garage Rock... the hully-gully-surf number by Roy Orbison called "oh pretty woman",  2 Beatles songs, 2 Kinks covers ("you really got me" sorta takes off...;) "shout" (Isley Bros.) ...some tracks have cute femme lead-vocs;)
Peter & Gordon History Of British Pop-Vol.8 (Columbia) EX / EX NL'196 38.00
(late 60's holland red label print; british vocal-Pop duo bein'a part of the Fab Four's fame; 3 Beatles covers included here;)
Edith Piaf Les Plus Grands Succès (Columbia) EX / VG++ D'196 38.00
(german 60's print of compilation album by famous french chanteuse; recordings from '46 to '61; club- edition w/yellow label;)
Les Plus Grands Succès (Columbia) EX / EX D'196 42.00
(german 60's print of compilation album by famous french chanteuse; recordings from '46 to '61; blue label print;)
Piaf Document (RCA) EX / EX F'196 42.00
(french orange label MONO print of this  LIVE album by famous french chanteuse; concert given at l'Olympia in Paris sometime in the 60's (?) of the 20th century; orchestra conducted either by Raymond Legrand or Bruno Coquatrix;)
Recital 1961 (Columbia) EX / VG++ F'196 55.00
(french 60's orig.MONO print of LIVE album by famous french chanteuse;great cover art!!)
Cole Porter Silk Stockings (RCA) EX / VG++ U.S.'1955 95.00
(orig. black label (w/doggie) MONO print of mid-50's musical; composed by Cole Porter; feat. Hildegard Knef (her last name is spelled "Neff" here though) ...this was her initial venture on the American stage! great, thick Uni-Pak jacket!)
Hans Poulsen Natural High (Fable) EX / EX Aus'197 75.00
(early 70's australian orig. release of sky-swarmin' Folk-Pop sounds w/full-band venture; complex rustic sceneries w/string-arranged parts, acoustic/electric lines w/spiritual overtones on the title-track;)
Power & Light Same (Cadet Concept) EX / VG++ U.S.'196 34.00
(late 60's U.S. release of Brass-blowin' Soul-Pop w/femme back-ups; covers of "Lodi" (John Fogerty) "Blackbird" (Lennon/McCartney) "People get ready" (Curtis Mayfield)
Don Preston & The South Hot Air Through A Straw (A&M) EX / EX U.S.'196 55.00
(late 60's U.S. release of Pop-induced Memphis-sound grooves w/arranged parts; catchy acoustic/electric mix w/Jim Keltner and Carl Radle helping out; all self-penned songs peakin' on the hooky, riverboat-swayin' "spend my time" w/crispy electric-guit-leads; brown label print;)
Alan Price Same (Jet) M- / M- U.S.'1977 34.00
(late 70's release by 60's U.K. R&B-hooked keyboard-hero; Bluesy Lounge-Pop w/brass; inner-sleeve;)
Alan Price Set Who Cares/The House That Jack Built (Decca) / VG++ U.K.'1967 26.00
(orig. 60's U.K. single-release of groovy Pop sounds w/some twisted lounge-mood by U.K. singer/ composer/ pianist; no sleeve;)
Promise Same (Cumulus) EX / EX U.S.'1980 95.00
(1980 U.S. release by privat label out of Colorado; jangly, low-fi Garage-Pop rekindling some early 70's Big Star magic w/ringin' guitars, loose vocal treats and a molodic strive that well meets; oops! ...could the song "later on tonight" have served for inspiration for a track by WEEN called "what Deaner was talking about" (???) ...simple black card- board jacket w/ band name printed on front;)

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