Rock H-3

Artist Title (Label) Cover / Record / Co. Released Price CHF
Nona Hendryx Same (Epic) EX / EX U.S.'1977 28.00
(orig. U.S. print w/inner-sleeve;)
Patrick Hernandez Born To Be Alive (Aquarius) EX / VG++ F'197 34.00
(french orig. print (w/pic-sleeve) of classic 70's chartbusting Disco-groover;)
Mike Heron Smiling Men With Bad Reputations (Elektra) EX / EX / Cc. U.S.'1971 34.00
(early 70's U.S. print of solo-thing by Incredible String Band member; skaky, brass-arranged West-Coast Rock w/help from Fairport Convention members, John Cale on viola, Dudu Pukwana arranged the horns; FOC w/lyrics printed;)
Smiling Men With Bad Reputations (Elektra) SS / SS / Cc. U.S.'1971 52.00
(early 70's U.S. print of solo-thing by Incredible String Band member; skaky,brass-arranged West-Coast Rock w/help from Faiport Convention members, John Cale on viola, Dudu Pukwana arranged the horns; FOC w/lyrics printed;)
The Carolyn Hester Coalition Same (Metromedia) EX / EX / Co. Can'1968 175.00
(rare orig. canadian issue of mesmerizing U.S. late 60's electric Folk-Rock swarmer w/Carolyn's hi-tone vibrating voice... just like Janis Ian on acid! covers of Dino Valente's "let's get together", a magic fuzz-tone guitar flanks an etherealysergick cover of "East Virginia"! Ed McCurdy's "last night I had the strangest dream" also gets a fine treat!Carolyn has Folk-albums on Dot & Columbia and hits a psychedelic attic w/ this 'un!)
John Hiatt Bring The Family (A&M/Anadisc 200) M- / M- U.S.'1987 65.00
(Original Master recording issue of his album from 1987; FOC w/insert;)
Hickory Wind Same (No Label) M / M- A'199 SOLD
(90''s euro-reprint of massively RARE late 60's privat U.S. press from Indiana; pre- B. F. Trike (their unissued recordings saw the light of day thru' a limited press on Rockadelic Records in the early 90's) Hickory Wind has flashes of the 60's San Francisco Sound ... outlaw/ cowboy-rambler vibes à la The (Amazing) Charlatans ... electric Folk w/ a loose, backwoodsy rocker splash 'n drowsed, hippie-vybed balladery; quality press on thick vinyl w/khool purple-envelope sleeve; a numbered edition of 300 copies)
Dan Hicks And His Hot Licks Where's The Money (Blue Thumb) EX / EX U.S.'1971 55.00
(ex-Charlatans (the "amazing" ones!!) keepin' the torch up high in the early 70's via boss-speckled, saloon-sweepin' good-timey, swingin' tail-feathers w/dual fiddle-spurts (one bein' rasped by the lovely Naomi Eisenberg!) ... incl. a great remake of "by hook or by crook" (flashin' back to 'em ol' Red Dog Saloon daze ...) w/great harmonies by the 2 ladies; khool fold-open-gimmix jacket w/liner-notes by Dan; Bill Matthews did the comix-graphix!)
High Mountain Hoedown Same (Atco) EX / EX / Cc. U.S.'1970 55.00
(splendid rural Folk-Rock w/expressive soulful lead-vocs and a magic reminiscent of THE BAND in parts; has laid-back moods and rhythm-bound, swampy grooves; cover of "the weight", 2 Chuck Berry covers and gris-gris speckled turf on the hot "voodoo woman" ... there's a reprint/ 2nd edition of this one later on the Tomorrow-label under the name of MAVERICK w/diff. mix 'n track-listing;)
Same (Atco) EX / EX / Co. U.S.'1970 65.00
(splendid rural Folk-Rock w/expressive soulful lead-vocs and a magic reminiscent of THE BAND in parts; has laid-back moods and rhythm-bound, swampy grooves; cover of "the weight", 2 Chuck Berry covers and gris-gris speckled turf on the hot "voodoo woman" ... there's a reprint/ 2nd edition of this one later on the Tomorrow-label under the name of MAVERICK w/diff. mix 'n track-listing;)
Same (Atco) EX / EX U.S.'1970 75.00
(splendid rural Folk-Rock w/expressive soulful lead-vocs and a magic reminiscent of THE BAND in parts; has laid-back moods and rhythm-bound, swampy grooves; cover of "the weight", 2 Chuck Berry covers and gris-gris speckled turf on the hot "voodoo woman" ...there's a reprint/2nd edition of this one later on the Tomorrow-label under the name of MAVERICK w/diff. mix 'n track-listing; this is a white-label promo copy w/sticker on front-cover;)
High Tide Sea Shanties (Liberty) EX / EX / Co. U.S.'1969 110.00
(scarce U.S. print in thick FOC of this british Prog-Rock item; very psychy trancer w/gothic violin-leads by Simon House and savage guitar maneuvres by Tony Hill; quite a wild-eyed thing! small cut-corner)
Highway Same (No Label) - / M- U.S.'1998 SOLD
(late 90's test-pressing (in plain white jacket) of limited U.S. reissue of utterly rare mid 70's West-Coast Psychedelic-Rock jammer-gem out of Minnesota! hard-edged guitar sound w/Prog-ish moves ... and there's a definite HOMER (the late 60's/ early 70's texan band!) -typo magic in the harmonies!! ... a truly fine slice of local 70's americana Rock dimension!)
Same (No Label) M / M- U.S.'1998 SOLD
(late 90's limited U.S. reissue of utterly rare mid 70's West-Coast Psychedelic-Rock jammer-gem out of Minnesota! hard-edged guitar sound w/Prog-ish moves... and there's a definite HOMER (the late 60's/early 70's texan band!) -typo magic in the harmonies!! ...a truly fine slice of local 70's americana Rock dimension! numbered edition of 300 copies in paste-on card-board jacket;)
Smoking At The Edges (EMI) EX / EX U.K.'1974 52.00
(mid-70's U.K. release of rustic, melodic West-Coast Rock by british quintet; electric- & slide-guitars, 6- & 12- string acoustic, piano, keyboards, bass 'n drums plus quality vocs-harmonies; grindin', funky jammer-edge on "no need to run" for opening track; nice rough-textured FOC;)
Smoking At The Edges (EMI) M- / M- U.K.'1974 65.00
(mid-70's U.K. release of rustic, melodic West-Coast Rock by british quintet; electric- & slide-guitars, 6- & 12- string acoustic, piano, keyboards, bass 'n drums plus quality vocs-harmonies; grindin' funky jammer-edge on "no need to run" for opening track; nice rough-textured FOC;)
Kenneth Higney Attic Demonstration (Kebrutney) VG++ / VG++ U.S.'1976 225.00
(this album conceals 'em protogenetic code-strings in fields of so-called "Real-Person" recordings! ... out on the rim w/messed-up vybes ... a voice like a tantalized goblin wound up in a go-cart race thru' fields of lysergically bent hemorroidzz ... (or was it hemp-horror-deeds??) ... heavenly off-key 'n off-beat w/menacing fuzz-guit-leads 'n shaky rhythms ... "children of sound", "Rock star" ... "no heavy trucking" ... have to be counted among the most original mis-fits in Rock history! ... most refreshing and...gone!)
Attic Demonstration (Kebrutney) EX / EX U.S.'1976 Sold
(this album conceals 'em protogenetic code-strings in fields of so-called "Real-Person" recordings! ... out on the rim w/messed-up vybes ... a voice like a tantalized goblin wound up in a go-cart race thru' fields of lysergically bent hemorroidzz (... or was it hemp-horror-deeds??) ... heavenly off-key 'n off-beat w/menacing fuzz-guit-leads 'n shaky rhythms ... "children of sound", "Rock star"  ... "no heavy trucking" ... have to be counted among the most original mis-fits in Rock history! ... orig. first print!)
Joel Scott Hill L.A. Getaway (Atco) M- / M- U.S.'1971 55.00
(early 70's U.S. release of gritty Roadhouse Blues-Rock infected w/southern U.S. swamped R&R tabs plus a healthy dose of white-boy Soul in the grooves ... plus shaky, funk-stompin' moods on "eyesight to the blind" & Dr. John's  "craney cow" w/earthy, bayou-flicker khool! ... all in all a most refreshing R&R experience created by guys in the prime of their wits w/ THAT good-ol' live-in-the-studio sound!! feat. Joel Scott Hill (he also cranked the axe w/ the Canned Heat) Chris Ethridge & John Barbata; the booklet-insert reveals the story behind!)
L.A. Getaway (Atco) SS / SS / Co. U.S.'1971 65.00
(early 70's U.S.release of gritty Roadhouse Blues-Rock infected w/southern U.S. swamped R&R tabs plus a healthy dose of white-boy Soul in the grooves ... plus shaky, funk-stompin' moods on "eyesight to the blind" & Dr. John's "craney cow" w/earthy, bayou-flicker khool! ... all in all a most refreshing R&R experience created by guys in the prime of their wits w/ THAT good-ol' live-in-the-studio sound!! ... feat. Joel Scott Hill (he also cranked the axe w/ the Canned Heat) Chris Ethridge & John Barbata; the booklet-insert reveals the story behind!(well, should be included w/ this still sealed original!)
L.A. Getaway (Atco) EX / EX / Co. U.S.'1971 42.00
(early 70's U.S.release of gritty Roadhouse Blues-Rock infected w/southern U.S.
swamped R&R tabs plus a healthy dose of white-boy Soul in the grooves ... plus shaky,
funk-stompin' moods on "eyesight to the blind" &  Dr. John's "craney cow" w/earthy,
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L.A. Getaway (Atco) EX / EX Can'1971 52.00
(early 70's (yellow-label canadian) orig. release of gritty Roadhouse Blues-Rock infected w/southern U.S. swamped R&R tabs plus a healthy dose of white-boy Soul in the grooves ... plus shaky, funk-stompin' moods on "eyesight to the blind" & Dr. John's "craney cow" w/earthy, bayou-flicker khool! ... all in all a most refreshing R&R experience created by guys in the prime of their wits w/ THAT good-ol' live-in-the-studio sound!! ... feat. Joel Scott Hill (he also cranked the axe w/ Canned Heat) Chris Ethridge & John Barbata;)
The Rockin' Rebel (Redita) EX / EX U.S.'198 42.00
(great gathering of early material by legendary guitarist who teamed up w/Canned Heat and cut that stunning "L.A. Getaway" album in the early 70's! ...hot-buttered, smokin' Rockin' cuts from the late 50's early 60's!)
Bob Hinkle Ollie Mogus (Ampex) EX / EX U.S.'1971 55.00
(early 70's orig. U.S. print of pre. Mt. Airy (album released on "Thimble Records" in '73) ... and of a similar calibre as for genuine rustic americana Folk-Rock galore; more ballad oriented w/similar line-up (as Mt. Airy) feat. Eric Weissberg, Russell George, Don McDonald, Frank Owens (on piano) ... Tom Chapin ain't in the cockpit! ... ace version of "hard to handle"! FOC w/lyrics printed on inside;)
Ollie Mogus (Ampex) M- / M- U.S.'1971 65.00
(early 70's white-label-promo U.S. print of pre- Mt. Airy (album released on "Thimble Records" in '73) ...and of a similar calibre as for genuine rustic americana Folk-Rock galore; more ballad oriented w/similar line-up (as Mt. Airy) feat. Eric Weissberg, Russell George, Don McDonald, Frank Owens (on piano) ...Tom Chapin ain't in the cockpit! ...ace version of "hard to handle"! FOC w/lyrics printed on inside;)
Hip Steppeulvene (Metronome) EX / EX DK'1967 110.00
(orig. danish release of 60's Folk-Blues battered Garage-Rock w/shaky Dylanesque ramble-fever; sung in native tongue; Psychedelic-Art styled sleeve;)
Hoax Gipsy Woman/Pan's Laugh (No Label) EX / EX CH'1971 55.00
(very rare and little known early 70's swiss single-release by native Progressive-Rock band w/airy, drifty leslie/wah organ/ flute sound (no guitar!) nice pic-sleeve;)
Hog Heaven Same (Roulette/Vogue) VG++ / VG++ F'197 65.00
(early 70's white-label-promo U.S. print of pre- Mt. Airy (album released on "Thimble Records" in '73) ...and of a similar calibre as for genuine rustic americana Folk-Rock galore; more ballad oriented w/similar line-up (as Mt. Airy) feat. Eric Weissberg, Russell George, Don McDonald, Frank Owens (on piano) ...Tom Chapin ain't in the cockpit! ...ace version of "hard to handle"! FOC w/lyrics printed on inside;)
Danny Holien Same (Tumbleweed) EX / M- / Co. U.S.'1972 75.00
(early 70's U.S. release on this fascinating label out of Colorado; West-Coast-Folk-Rock w/arranged Prog-ish moves, shaky Roadhouse grits w/Country-rockin' bits, airy vibes 'n rural-free chimes, dreamy ballads w/ a symphonic edge; comes in beauty die-cut gimmix uni-pak-sleeve and a huge booklet for insert;)
Same (Tumbleweed) EX / EX / Co. U.S.'1972 65.00
(early 70's U.S. release on this fascinating label out of Colorado; West-Coast-Folk-Rock w/arranged Prog-ish moves, shaky Roadhouse grits w/Country-rockin' bits, airy vibes 'n rural-free chimes, dreamy ballads w/ a symphonic edge; comes in beauty die-cut gimmix uni-pak-sleeve and a huge booklet for insert;)
The Hollies Distant Light (Epic) SS / SS / Cc. U.S.'1972 52.00
(still sealed orig. U.S. print in FOC; early 70's effort by U.K. chartbustin' equipe; incl. "long cool woman";)
Evolution (Epic) EX / EX U.S.'1967 65.00
(orig. U.S. yellow-label Mono print; debut album for Epic records; feat. Graham Nash; incl. "Carrie-Anne";)
He Ain't Heavy-He's My Brother / 'cos You Like To Love Me (Hansa) EX / VG++ D'196 14.00
(orig. german print of single with band-photo (live on stage) pic-sleeve;)
Long Cool Woman In A Black Dress (Mfp) EX / EX U.K.'198 26.00
(80's british compilation of charting stuff by 60's U.K. heroes;)
Russian Roulette (Polydor) VG++ / VG+ U.K.'1976 24.00
(U.K. print of mid-70's effort;w/inner-sleeve;)
Hollins Ferry Same (Port City) EX / EX U.S.'1977 65.00
(late 70's U.S. privat-press of complex Progressive-Folk-Rock item w/ West Coasty touch, ace voc-harmonies, densely structured electric/ acoustic weavings, w/a Pop grounding evoking some Fab Four typo colors; nice card-board-jacket w/lyrics printed on back;)
Same (Port City) M- / M- U.S.'1977 75.00
(late 70's U.S. privat-press of complex Progressive-Folk-Rock item w/ West Coasty touch, ace voc-harmonies, densely structured electric/ acoustic weavings, w/a Pop grounding evoking some Fab Four typo colors; nice card-board-jacket w/lyrics printed on back;)
Buddy Holly Portrait In Music (Coral) EX / VG++ D'196 55.00
(great german double-compilation album from the late 60's presenting the life 'n times of this legendary Rock-a-Billy (a name created by him along w/ his producer Norman Petty!) -hero! nice laminated FOC;)
Holy Mackerel Closer To Heaven (Tenth Planet) M / M- U.K.'1993 52.00
(early 90's U.K. release of lost (and much talked about) 2nd album, recorded in '73 by melodic, americana West-Coast vybed british combo w/dual-guitar flows, strong Pop induced harmonies/lead-vocs; eclectic strides in styles summin' things up on the extended "waterfall" ...a slow blues that seems to grind snakes! astonishing to learn that a band w/such a potential did'nt "make it" ...but ways(especially those of the music industries) often wind up w/ the trails of a crooked viper! great liner-notes by David Wells!) a limited edition of 500 numbered copies)
Hombre First Shot (Walrus) EX / EX / Cc. U.S.'1979 125.00
(late 70's U.S. privat press out of Illinois; hard-edged guitar fronted Funk-Rock w/dynamic Fusion-Lounge colors plus some trumpet parts; cover of Dave Grusin's "theme from Baretta", a hot 8 minutes plus version of Al Green's "take me to the river" & an original groove-shaker entitled "funk you"! simple b&w card-board jacket w/ THAT "privat-press" -look!)
Home The Alchemist (CBS) EX / VG++ U.K.'1973 42.00
(early 70's U.K. Progressive-Rock release by british quartet; their 3rd album; densely structured slopes w/ guitars, keyboards, mellotron, percussion, bass, fanfaring voc-harmonies; orig. U.K. print in FOC;)
Home Service Alright Jack (Making Waves) EX / EX U.K.'1986 28.00
(mid-80's U.K. release of Sympho-bannered Prog-Folk-Rock w/traditional lines shinin' through; complex Chamber-brass arrangements on the epically structured (6 parts) "a Lincolnshire Posy", electric/ acoustic mix w/fine electric-lead-guitar work on "look up look up"; w/inner-sleeve;)
Honk Same (Epic) EX / VG++ U.S.'1974 34.00
(mid 70's U.S. release of brass-arranged, rustic West-Coast-Rock w/organ/ guitar interplays; male/femme lead-vocs; Country-Folk-Rock touch w/energetic sax-leads; Milt Holland helps out on percussion; w/inner- sleeve;)
Same (20th Century) VG+ / EX U.S.'1972 34.00
(early 70's U.S. release of brass-arranged, rustic West-Coast-Rock w/organ/guitar interplays; drifty, loungy Fusion speckled lines;)
Hoodoo Rhythm Devils All Kidding Aside (Fantasy) EX / EX / Cc. U.S.'1977 42.00
(U.S. print of more relaxed West-Coasty grooves w/ a loungy Memphis-Sound typo sway; ... opens with Allen Toussaint's "workin' in a coal mine" ... starring the Muscle Shoals Horns!)
The Barbecue Of Deville (United Artists) EX / EX / Cc. U.S.'1972 42.00
(early 70's U.S. release of action-sprayin', rhytm-bound West-Coast rockin' grooves w/barstool, shakin' phonk 'n a mynd for healthy zonk; FOC;)
Safe In Their Homes (Fantasy) EX / EX / Cc. U.S.'1976 52.00
(mid 70's U.S. release of action-sprayin', rhytm-bound West-Coast rockin' grooves w/barstool, shakin' phonk 'n a mynd for healthy zonk; w/brass 'n help from John Blakely, R. Montrose & Link Wray on guitars, Ed Bogas helped produce 'n fondles the synth; cover of Dylan's "tangled up in blue" that sounds like if Randy Newman heard it on the phone, last time he called himself up!)
Hookfoot Same (A&M) M- / M- U.S.'1971 55.00
(orig. U.S. print of debut album by british rural-americana-vybed West-Coast jammer-Rock equipe w/wheelin' acoustic/ electric mix, leslie-guitar sound, harmonica ...; cover of Stephen Stills' "bluebird", Neil Young's "don't let it bring you down"; thick FOC, brown label print, nice shape!)
Same (A&M) EX / EX U.S.'1971 52.00
(orig. U.S. brown label print of debut album by british rural-americana-vybed West-Coast jammer-Rock equipe w/wheelin' acoustic/ electric mix, leslie-guitar sound, harmonica ...; cover of Stephen Stills' "bluebird", Neil Young's "don't let it bring you down"; thick FOC;)
Hope Same (A&M) VG++ / VG+ U.S.'197 Sold
(early 70's U.S. release of dreamy, melodic West-Coast Hippie-Rock w/ sympho-edge 'n x-ian vibes; nice uni-pak-jacket;)
Horses Country Boy/Class Of '69 (White Whale) / VG++ U.S.'1969 52.00
(orig. U.S. print of scarce single that has 2 Lp-tracks: "class of '69" & "country boy"; no sleeve;)
Horslips Happy To Meet,Sorry To Part (Oats) VG++ / VG+(+) Ire'1972 75.00
(early 70's irish print of native Folk-Rock Classic w/progressed traditional acres; comes in great octagon-gimmix uni-pak-jacket; black label)
The Tain (Atco) VG++ / VG++ U.S.'1974 55.00
(mid-70's U.S. print of Irish Folk-Rock Classic w/progressed traditional acres; thick FOC;)
Horton Dancehall For Midgets (Horton) M- / M- U.S.'1976 250.00
(mid-70's U.S. release of fairly wired/ existential Free-Form polluted Rock-travaganza w/fevered 'n wailin' tantalo-voice ... imagine Johnny Arcesia strugglin' outta straight-jacket w/ frozen dreams of his coventrized hibernation camp! ... energies all gostly a-loose, eccentrically obsessed w/ the smooth "crack" of the neck of a goose ... traces of Beefheart's Magic Band, goblins cookin' up Hampton's grease, the very bones of hen-trix fermentin' in a joyous jug of disease ...; NOT easy to take ... will grab only if mentally at ease!)
The Hot Dogs Say What You Mean (Ardent) M- / M- / Cc. U.S.'1973 55.00
(early 70's U.S. release of drifty West-Coast Rock w/loungy Pop-appeal 'n shaky, roadhouse-groovin' grits; jangly electric/ acoustic mix w/organ, fluid axe-leads, the guys from CARGOE add some back-up vocs; there's a definite Big Star typo khool on the linger! an ace Terry Manning production-job!)
Say What You Mean (Ardent) EX / M- U.S.'1973 55.00
(early 70's U.S. release of drifty West-Coast Rock w/loungy Pop-appeal 'n shaky, roadhouse-groovin' grits; jangly electric/acoustic mix w/organ, fluid axe-leads, the guys from CARGOE add some back-up vocs; there's a definite Big Star typo khool on the linger! an ace Terry Manning production-job!)
Say What You Mean (Ardent) M- / M- / Co. U.S.'1973 65.00
(early 70's U.S. release of drifty West-Coast Rock w/loungy Pop-appeal 'n shaky,
(early 70's U.S. release of drifty West-Coast Rock w/loungy Pop-appeal 'n shaky, roadhouse-groovin' grits; jangly electric/ acoustic mix w/organ, fluid axe-leads, the guys from CARGOE add some back-up vocs; ... there's a definite Big Star typo khool on the linger! an ace Terry Manning production-job!)

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