Rock F-3

Artist Title (Label) Cover / Record / Co. Released Price CHF
Follies Bazaar Dressed To Thrill (Follies Bazaar) M / EX U.S.'1980 95.00
(another album by FOLLIES BAZAAR (releasing several albums under different band-names before) ... an aggregation that sorta describes a music/ art workshop at Rhode Island University, that has (to my knowledge) 12 albums on the shelf, of which one remains unreleased to this date! the music covers a most creative 'n artistically convincing wide range from sub-cult-beatified Acid-Basement Folk, tribal happenin' Jazz, 'lectric/ acoustic West-Coast Rock jammer moods w/Prog-ish leanings to loungy Fusion-typo cuts 'n straight rockin' barrells w/ a psychedelic twang! the musical execution is brilliant throughout w/line-ups a-changing on almost every damn song!
this is their 5th album under FOLLIES BAZAAR (prev. band-names incl. Closely Watched Trains, The Right of Little Rest, Perspective (four albums released, one remains unpublished!) ... a great mix of dynamo-  executed Fusion-Prog-Jazz-Lounge, folksy rambling w/blooz plus a killer West-Coast guitar-soother track entitled "blue sea" that could cause you wanna puttin' on some Garett Lund afterwards!)
No Time (Follies Bazaar) M / M- U.S.'1979 95.00
(another album by FOLLIES BAZAAR (releasing several albums under different band-names before) ...an aggregation that sorta describes a music/art workshop at Rhode Island University, that has (to my knowledge) 12 albums on the shelf, of which one remains unreleased to this date! the music covers a most creative 'n artistically convincing wide range from sub-cult-beatified Acid-Basement Folk, tribal happenin' Jazz, 'lectric/acoustic West-Coast Rock jammer moods w/Prog-ish leanings to loungy Fusion-typo cuts 'n straight rockin' barrells w/ a psychedelic twang! the musical execution is brilliant throughout w/line-ups a-changing on almost every damn song.
this is their 3rd album under FOLLIES BAZAAR (prev. band-names incl. Closely Watched Trains, The Right of Little Rest, Perspective) this one picks up on the moves starting to unfold on "starchamber suite" (from 2 years earlier) as for dynamo-Lounge, West-Coasty Fusion-Prog-Rock-Jazz temper w/male/femme lead-vocs; very well produced album!cover is a persiflage on "Time"-magazine cover; w/insert-sheets;)
Rhode Island Is The Universe (Follies Bazaar) VG++ / EX U.S.'1978 125.00
(another album by FOLLIES BAZAAR (releasing several albums under different band-names before) ... an aggregation that sorta describes a music/art workshop at Rhode Island University, that has (to my knowledge) 12 albums on the shelf, of which one remains unreleased to this date! the music covers a most creative 'n artistically convincing wide range from sub-cult-beatified Acid-Basement Folk, tribal happenin' Jazz, 'lectric/ acoustic West-Coast Rock jammer moods w/Prog-ish leanings to loungy Fusion-typo cuts 'n straight rockin' barrells w/ a psychedelic twang! the musical execution is brilliant throughout w/line-ups a-changing on almost every damn song! ... this is their 2nd album under FOLLIES BAZAAR (prev. band-names incl. Closely Watched Trains, The Right of Little Rest, Perspective) this one cuts back to The Right of Little Rest as for catchy, electric West-Coast Rock w/jazzy parts; femme/ male lead-vocs; stand-out track sure is "Springfield, Missouri" that could get mistaken for a lost Oasis/RJ Fox-track!)
Same (Follies Bazaar) M / M- U.S.'1982 95.00
(another album by FOLLIES BAZAAR (releasing several albums under different band-names before) ... an aggregation that sorta describes a music/art workshop at Rhode Island University, that has (to my knowledge) 12 albums on the shelf, of which one remains unreleased to this date! the music covers a most creative 'n artistically convincing wide range from sub-cult-beatified Acid-Basement Folk, tribal happenin' Jazz, 'lectric/ acoustic West-Coast Rock jammer moods w/Prog-ish leanings to loungy Fusion-typo cuts 'n straight rockin' barrells w/ a psychedelic twang! the musical execution is brilliant throughout w/line-ups a-changing on almost every damn song! ... this is their 6th album under FOLLIES BAZAAR (prev. band-names incl. Closely Watched Trains, The Right of Little Rest, Perspective (four albums released, one remains unpublished!) ... a great mix of dynamo-  executed Fusion-Prog-Jazz-Lounge, folksy rambling w/blooz, melodic 80's-pressure-Wave w/cute femme lead-voice! plus an epic Sympho-bannered Prog-Rock piece;)
Ten (Follies Bazaar) M / EX U.S.'1980 95.00
(another album by FOLLIES BAZAAR (releasing several albums under different band-names before) ...an aggregation that sorta describes a music/ art workshop at Rhode Island University, that has (to my knowledge) 12 albums on the shelf, of which one remains unreleased to this date! the music covers a most creative 'n artistically convincing wide range from sub-cult-beatified Acid-Basement Folk, tribal happenin' Jazz, 'lectric/acoustic West-Coast Rock jammer moods w/Prog-ish leanings to loungy Fusion-typo cuts 'n straight rockin' barrells w/ a psychedelic twang! the musical execution is brilliant throughout w/line-ups a-changing on almost every damn song! ...this is their 4th album under FOLLIES BAZAAR (prev. band-names incl. Closely Watched Trains, The Right of Little Rest, Perspective (four albums released, one remains unpublished!) this one picks up on the moves starting to unfold on "starchamber suite" (from 3 years earlier) as for dynamo-Lounge, West-Coasty Fusion-Prog-Rock-Jazz temper w/male/ femme lead-vocs; opening track("those kind of people") is a killer, funked-up anti (?) -drug song w/shaky lead-axe! very well produced album!)
Folly's Pool Same (Century) EX / EX U.S.'1977 SOLD
(late 70's U.S. release of brilliant West-Coast Progressive-Rock wrapped up in elevated Folk-Rock armouries created w/ electric/ acoustic guitars (12-string acoustic too) bass, drums, flute plus overwhelming voc-harmonies; many an attempt into this direction(preferably by 70's U.K. combos) take the risk of gettin' wound up w/ mechanical doses of no-direction 'n takin' excuses in overarranged Sympho-schlock ... NOT Folly's Pool! "Jig in A" for example is centered around a british-traditional theme that's bein' transformed onto a higher level via some hard-edged lead-guitar break that fullfills any wish of a Psychedelic dungeon peddler!! ... well, take the very best moments of early America (the band of course!) pollinated via paper winged dreams out of Ohio  ridin' a regal zonophone Northwind ... & you may get an idea what this album is all about! a beautiful cover to boot its precious contents!)
Steve Forbert Jackrabbit Slim (Epic) EX / EX NL'1979 28.00
(holland print of second album by U.S. southern boy grabbin' some 70's Dylan flavor 'n addin' some Springsteen ramble-fever...; w/inner-sleeve;)
Little Stevie Orbit (Epic) EX / VG++ NL'1980 28.00
(holland print of third album by U.S. southern boy grabbin' some 70's Dylan flavor 'n addin' some Springsteen ramble-fever ...;)
Jim Ford Harlan County (Sundown) M / M- U.S.'1972 55.00
(early 70's U.S. Folk-Rock release w/ gritty, swampy southern grooves, back-porch swayer moods w/ a Memphis-Sound touch, a few string arranged spots; on White Whale sub-label!)
Foreigner 4 (Atlantic) EX / M- D'1981 28.00
(german print of their album #4; feat. Mick Jones on guitar; Hugh McCracken plays slide-guitar on one track; w/inner-sleeve;)
4 (Atlantic) EX / EX D'1981 Sold
(german print of their album #4; feat. Mick Jones on guitar; Hugh McCracken plays slide-guitar on one track; w/inner-sleeve;)
Double Vision (Atlantic) EX / EX Can'1978 Sold
(canadian print of their second  album; feat. Mick Jones & Ian McDonald on guitars;)
Head Games (Atlantic) EX / EX D'1979 Sold
(german print of their third album; feat. Mick Jones & Ian McDonald on guitars; w/inner-sleeve;)
Same (Atlantic) EX / M- D'1977 Sold
(german print of their first album; feat. Mick Jones & Ian McDonald on guitars; insert-sheet;)
Fosterchild Troubled Child (Columbia) M- / EX Can'1978 42.00
(late 70's canadian barroom-rockin' band w/melodic FM-typo edge for sound, some shaky lead-axe runs;)
Fotheringay Same (Island) EX / EX U.K.'1970 Sold
(orig. U.K. pink-label first print of utterly fascinating british Folk-Rock gem feat. Sandy Denny, Trevor Lucas, Jerry Donahue, Gerry Conway and Pat Donaldson; ace-version (truly haunting!) of Gordon Lightfoot's "the way I feel", nice, melodic cover of Dylan's "too much of nothing", the epic "peace in the end" (7:21) nice FOC;)
Same (Carthage) M- / EX U.S.'1986 42.00
(mid-80's U.S. exact reprint of utterly fascinating british Folk-Rock gem (orig. released in 1970 on Island Records) feat. Sandy Denny, Trevor Lucas, Jerry Donahue, Gerry Conway and Pat Donaldson; ace-version (truly haunting!) of Gordon Lightfoot's "the way I feel"; ... nice, melodic cover of Dylan's "too much of nothing", the epic "peace in the end" (7:21) nice FOC;)
Same (Island) EX / EX D'1970 110.00
(orig german. pink-label first print of utterly fascinating british Folk-Rock gem feat. Sandy Denny, Trevor Lucas, Jerry Donahue, Gerry Conway and Pat Donaldson; ace-version (truly haunting!) of Gordon Lightfoot's "the way I feel", nice, melodic cover of Dylan's "too much of nothing", the epic "peace in the end" (7:21) ... nice, laminated FOC;)
The Foul Dogs No.1 (Resurrection) EX / EX U.S.'198 65.00
(U.S. 80's reprint of classic 60's american teen-Prep-Rock thing; low-fi garagey sound... all cover-versions incl. "Suzie Q", "hang on Sloopy", "2120 South Michigan Ave.", "not fade away", STONES covers plus a psychy harmonica/guitar-wrestlin' rendition of "I'm a man"!)
Fountainhead Straight From The Source's Mouth (Toads) M / M- U.S.'1982 65.00
(early 80's U.S. release of smokin' southern-roadhouse Blues-rockin' action by triple-guitar shootin' sextet from Connecticut; all orig. material recorded LIVE; tasty black/grey card-board jacket;)
Kim Fowley Love Is Alive And Well (Tower) EX / EX U.S.'1967 125.00
(bozo-scary eccentric 60's charactere (a flirty bold man in the age of A thousand CIDz) teamin' up w/the genius of Michael Lloyd (18 year old arranger & engineer owning his own studio (!) ... multi-instrumentalist,  member of a band called The Laughing Wind (great group-name!!) and co-founder of THE WEST COAST POP ART EXPERIMENTAL BAND!!) & creating this off-the-wall 6T's Avant-Hipster-Flower-Pow-Wow that sounds like if The Magic Band's a-drowning in some cyber-projected-venusian flower-bed whilst Zappafrank has got one last tear (of joy) to shed! ... the fuzzed-calico-sound below the plasteroid moon of downtown van-tazz-tick L.A.! ...a big week-end flash setting controls for future Easy Listeing moods ("war game") ... Mono print!)
Foxfire Good To Go (Stall Studio/Rockport) M- / M- D'1980 55.00
(early 80's german privat-press of fairly jammed-out melodic guitar-Rock w/synth-effects 'n ruff vocs; ... sorta teutonic 80's Neo-Kraut venture!)
Peter Frampton Comes Alive! (A&M) EX / M- NL'1976 32.00
(holland 2nd print of live-double-pack by ex-Humble Pie lead-singer/ guitarist; recorded (partly) at The Winterland in San Francisco in the mid-70's; FOC;)
Comes Alive! (A&M) EX / EX I'1976 32.00
(italian orig. print of live-double-pack by ex-Humble Pie lead-singer/ guitarist; recorded (partly) at The Winterland in San Francisco in the mid-70's; FOC;)
Comes Alive! (A&M) VG++ / VG++ U.S.'1976 28.00
(orig. U.S. print of live-double-pack by ex-Humble Pie lead-singer/ guitarist; recorded (partly) at The Winterland in San Francisco in the mid-70's; FOC;)
Somethin's Happening (A&M) EX / EX U.S.'1974 32.00
(mid-70's studio-effort by ex-Humble Pie lead-singer/ guitarist; feat. Nicky Hopkins on piano; inner-sleeve;)
The Francisco Bros.Band Same (Grand Oak) VG++ / EX U.S.'1978 65.00
(late 70's californian melodic-West-Coast guitar-Rock performed as a trio; boss voc-harmonies down melo-splashin' lanes! little known privat-label press;)
Don Francisco The Traveler (Newpax) EX / M- U.S.'1981 34.00
(early 80's U.S. release of West-Coasty Country-Folk-Rock w/x-ian vibes; full-band sound w/some brass & strings; femme back-ups;)
Franz K. Geh Zum Teufel (Aladin) EX / EX D'1978 52.00
(late 70's orig.print of german Kraut-Rock piece; sung in german tongue; title-track is a cover of the Stones' "satisfaction";)
Ron Fraser I'm Gonna Sing My Song (Granite) M- / EX U.S.'1972 65.00
(early 70's californian Folk-Rock w/12-string guitar sounds, pedal-steel, dobro by J. B. Crabtree... full-band sound; subtle arrangements;)
Freddie & The Dreamers Same (Mercury) EX / VG++ U.S.'196 55.00
(rockin' early 60's Comedy combo from Manchester (U.K.) ...tryin' out some funny wits on classics like "Johnny B. Goode", "Kansas City", "money"...; red-label print w/black lettering 'n logo right atop o' label;)
Freddy And The Starliners Same (No Label) EX / EX U.S.'1977 175.00
(late 70's californian privat-press of double-set containing 1 studio- & one Live-recorded album by West- Coast jammin' combo; barrom-swayin' moods w/loungy air and a Country-Rock edge somewhere; ...sax/ guitar solo-trades, reeds & piano, strong male/ femme voc-harmonies; has a quality version of "Georgia on my mind", and "take me to the river"; recording/ production is sorta low-fi; FOC; simple b&w card-board w/ paste-on sheets; lyrics to some songs are printed on the inside;)
The Fredrick Martin Band Backdoor (Fremar) EX / M- U.S.'1978 65.00
(late 70's U.S. drifty, folksy West-Coast-Lounge w/easy-blended acoustic/ electric mix w/ some magical violin- leads by Robin Batteau(of Appaloosa- & Compton & Batteau-fame!)
Free Fire & Water (Island) VG++ / VG++ U.K.'1970 42.00
(U.K. pink label print of 3rd album by bluesy U.K. Rocker gang feat. Paul Kossoff on guitar; incl. a long version of "all right now";)
Heartbreaker (Island) VG+ / VG++ U.S.'1972 28.00
(orig. palm-label U.S. print of early 70's effort by bluesy U.K. Rocker gang feat. Paul Kossoff on guitar;)
Free Reign Antonymous (Bridges) M / M- U.S.'197 65.00
(later-in-the 70's tax-loss-label(?) release by Brass-rockin' combo from Kentucky; funky West-Coast grooves w/ trumpet leads and melodic organ-guitar maneuvres; cover of Dave Mason's "sunny days";)
Freedom Express Brings Fresh Air (Fresh Start) M- / M- U.S.'1975 225.00
(mid-70's U.S. privat-press of versatile rural Folk-Rock album by local Pennsylvanian quartet; fine acoustic/electric bag stretching from back-porch hipster-poet moods w/sparse stringin' balladery ("Gino Botti" (9:15) to funky, wah-guitar-grooves ("L.A. (city of angel") and hard-edged roadhouse rocker galore w/thick leads 'n poundin' bass("no sugar") ...stand-out track (in my ears) sure is "P.A.lottery" ...a kick-ass, up-tempo barroom-shakin', West Coasty racer;)
Freedom Highway Made In '68 (RD) M / M CH'2000 55.00
(limited issue of previously unreleased recordings by this californian band playing 'em venues with the big cracks like Quicksilver Messenger Service, The Grateful Dead, Big Brother & The Holding Company, Jefferson Airplane ...; the sound ticket is loose 'n wheelin' West Coast jammer galore à la mid-period Moby Grape ... wah-fuzz guitar burning edges to tribal rhythm stomps on the great "head in the fire" & "be my friend" tracks! cover of "don't look back" well known from bands like The Remains, Rising Storm! band portrait photo on front cover and the back-sleeve has notes by Richie Ray Harris (band member)
The Freedom Through The Years (Cotillion) VG++ / EX U.S.'1971 42.00
(fourth album (as a white-label-promo U.S. print in thick FOC) by Hard-Rockin' U.K. band w/a somewhat ill-fated Procol Harum connection;)
Jimmy Freeman The Game Of Rock & Roll (Hideout) EX / EX U.S.'1975 95.00
(mid-70's U.S. press of great rockin' Comedy thing by a guy who's touchin' any sin that lies 'tween a sexmaniac & an Elvis clone (oh, does not mean that these have to be 2 different things!) ... plenty ' jokes 'n un-clean showers of humour 'n rockin' fro' on 50's classics like "hand-jive", "it's allright" (A. Crudup); comes w/an insert-game that is still complete; instruction on how to play the game you find on the back cover!)
Fresh Fresh Today (RCA) EX / EX U.S.'1970 34.00
(early 70's U.K. melodic Guitar-Rocker w/brass arrangements; Borstal is the name the english give to their juvenile prisons ... & each of  these 3 guys (in the band) had a number there!! their 2nd album;)
Out Of Borstal (RCA) EX / EX / Co. U.S.'1970 34.00
(early 70's U.K. melodic Guitar-Rocker w/brass arrangements; cover of the Stones' "long, long while"; Borstal is the name the english give to their juvenile prisons ... & each of  these 3 guys (in the band) had a number there!!)
Out Of Borstal (RCA) EX / EX U.S.'1970 38.00
(early 70's U.K. melodic Guitar-Rocker w/brass arrangements; cover of the Stones' "long, long while"; Borstal is the name the english give to their juvenile prisons... & each of  these 3 guys (in the band) had a number there!!)
Frijid Pink Earth Omen (Lion) VG+ / EX U.S.'1972 38.00
(3rd album by heavy fuzz-shootin' Blues-Rocker gang from Detroit; orig. U.S. print;)
Earth Omen (MGM) VG++ / VG++ D'1972 Sold
(3rd album by heavy fuzz-shootin' Blues-Rocker gang from Detroit; orig. german print;)
The House Of The Rising Sun/Drivin' Blues (London) EX / VG++ D'1970 22.00
(german print of chartbustin' single by heavy fuzz-shootin' Blues-Rocker gang from Detroit; w/band-photo on pic-sleeve (same as album version)
Same  (Parrot) EX / VG++ U.S.'1970 55.00
(heavy fuzz-shootin' Blues-Rocker gang from Detroit w/killer, chart-bustin' version of "house of the rising sun"; orig. U.S. print;)
Same  (Deram) VG++ / VG++ D'1970 Sold
(heavy fuzz-shootin' Blues-Rocker gang from Detroit w/killer, chart-bustin' version of "house of the rising sun" ! ... orig. german print;)
Froggie Beaver From The Pond (Froggie Beaver) - / M- U.S.'1973 65.00
(early 70's U.S. release of drifty West-Coast-Progressive-Rock w/airy keyboards/ fuzz-guitar leads, passionated soloin' on the extended "away from home" (9:43) ... band hails from Omaha, Nebraska; this copy comes in plain white jacket w/pencil-writing on front;)
Frost Through The Eyes Of Love (Vanguard) EX / EX D'1970 42.00
(3rd album by hard-rockin' Detroit band feat. Dick Wagner on lead-axe; orig. gold-label german print in laminated sleeve;)
Through The Eyes Of Love (Vanguard) EX / VG++ D'1970 38.00
(3rd album by hard-rockin' Detroit band feat. Dick Wagner on lead-axe; orig. gold-label german print in orig. thick, U.S. card-board-jacket (some Vanguard-albums got released this way in the late 60's/ eraly 70's!)
Through The Eyes Of Love (Vanguard) M- / EX / Cc. U.S.'1970 55.00
(3rd album by hard-rockin' Detroit band feat. Dick Wagner on lead-axe;)
Frumpy By The Way (Vertigo) EX / EX NL'1974 36.00
(mid-70's release (their 3rd album) by german Kraut-Rock jammer band feat. Inga Rumpf as lead-singer; holland 2nd print;)
Früt Keep On Truckin' (Westbound) EX / M- U.S.'1970 95.00
(white-label promo print of extra-khool Rocker-gang out of Detroit in the late 60's! cuttin' it deep into rockin' billy soil w/50's flashes, dashin' rhythms 'n fuzz-guit cranks; post-war melo-groovy moonshiner moods on Richie Valens' "Donna", "I love you baby (but you don't dress cool)", "take your clothes off, and I'll love you"; ...up-tempo knee-trembler grits on "buzz, buzz-a-diddle it", "Bristol stomp"; "running bear" sure serves for another treat! great comix-styled (Crumb type!!) card-board jacket; top shape!)
Craig Fuller & Eric Kaz Same (Columbia) EX / EX U.S.'1978 42.00
(late 70's U.S. melodic Folk-Rock w/catchy West-Coast vibes w/ a Ian Matthews typo melodic cut! w/ help from Steve Lukather & Russ Kunkel; Val Garay produced; w/inner-sleeve;)
Funky Kings Same (Arista) M- / EX / Co. U.S.'1976 42.00
(mid-70's U.S. print of melodic West-Coast-Rock mixed by Val Garay & produced by Paul A. Rothchild; guitar laden scapes w/steel-pedal, harmonica and strong vocal treats;)
Fuse Same (Epic) EX / EX / Co. U.S.'1969 Sold
(reissue of top-shelf late 60's Hard-Rock chiller; real powerhouse performance w/gut-churning lightnin'-bolt lead-guitar cranks, organ/mellotron sounds... an unbelieavable tight unit and among the very best of its kind; U.S. quintet that became CHEAP TRICK afterwards;)
Same (Epic) VG++ / EX U.S.'1969 Sold
(orig. U.S. yellow-label-print of top-shelf late 60's Hard-Rock chiller; real powerhouse performance w/gut-churning lightnin'-bolt lead-guitar cranks, organ/ mellotron sounds... an unbelieavable tight unit and among the very best of its kind; U.S. quintet that became CHEAP TRICK afterwards;)
Fusion Bordertown (Atco) EX / M- U.S.'1969 52.00
(late 60's U.S. release that describes sort of a Rising Sons reunion (in parts) feat. Ry Cooder & Gary Marker; A-side is genuine swamp-fox-slide raspin' delight w/rootsy Blooz hum... all songs written by Rick Luther & Gary Marker... and you may get the feelin' that these guys dug up some shreds of the lost Robert Johnson tapes 'n shakin' up a bag o' songs from it!! great slide-jobs by Ryland Cooder!! B-side takes more of a Prog-ish Fusion bend that somehow rends two faces to this album;)

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