Rock S-3

Artist Title (Label) Cover / Record / Co. Released Price CHF
The Shadows Of Knight Back Door Men (Dunwich) EX / EX / Co. U.S.'1966 225.00
(orig. red-label U.S.print of staggering 2nd album by U.S. 60's Garage-Punk band from Chicago; this band feat. Jerry McGeorge of later H.P. Lovecraft-fame; their version of "hey Joe" has a killer-status w/guitar- leads ravaging lines in lysergik eastern-scale! a 100% 60's Classic in nice nick!!)
Raw 'n Alive At The Cellar,Chicago 196! (Sundazed) M / M- U.S.'1992 42.00
(early 90's U.S. release of prev. lost 'n buried LIVE recordings from '66 by legendary Garage-Punk gang from Chicago; incl. "hey Joe", "I got my mojo working", "let it rock", "Gloria" (6:12) ...great b&w group-photo sleeve!)
Raw 'n Alive At The Cellar,Chicago 196! (Sundazed) SS / SS U.S.'1992 55.00
(early 90's U.S. release of prev. lost 'n buried LIVE recordings from '66 by legendary Garage-Punk gang from Chicago; incl. "hey Joe", "I got my mojo working", "let it rock", "Gloria" (6:12) ... great b&w group-photo sleeve w/sticker;)
The Shadows Jigsaw (EMI Columbia) EX / EX U.K.'1967 42.00
(U.K. black-label 2nd print; incl. "friday on my mind", "Tennessee waltz;)
Shades Of Rock (EMI Columbia) EX / VG+(+) U.K.'1970 42.00
(U.K. black-label orig. print; incl. "Johnny B. Goode", "Proud Mary", "satisfaction", "river deep mountain high", "get back";)
Erc Sham Symphony (Desco Unlimited) EX / VG++ U.S.'1976 52.00
(mid-70's californian privat-label release of breezy, West-Coast Folk-Rock w/loungy edge; full-band venture feat. electric/ acoustic guitars, keyboards, flute 'n strings; "daisy girl" reeks w/ 60's sunny-crest surf-bummin vibes w/tasty electric-lead-guitar licks;)
The Shamrock Nixy/American Mary (Splendid) EX / EX CH'1971 75.00
(early 70's RARE orig. release of R&B flaked organ-Rock w/Surf-edge on "American Mary" -track; on same label as Pacific Sound, Country Lane, Aftershave ...; comes w/ odd picture sleeve!)
The Shamrocks Crossbow/Midnight Train (Layola) M / M CH'196 Sold
(stone classic 60's Garage-Beat raver w/fuzz-box kolorz by british band! mega-rare swiss release on this collectable label that flung out an album & many 45's by THE SEVENS! this SINGLE has a great picture sleeve and comes in TOP shape!!)
Shanti Same (Atlantic) EX / M- U.S.'1971 65.00
(orig. U.S. white-label-promo release of fairly jammed-out West-Coast vybed eastern-baba-groovin' tribal thing with electric/plugged western-Rock gear 'n eastern instruments such as sitar, sarod, dholak, naal, tabla 'n various percussion; some melodic, rockin' moods on the shorter slopes... deep-down organic/ spritual root-dyve on the extended selections; sleeve has a beauty mandala design;)
The Ship Tornado (Saturday Night) SS / SS U.S.'1976 95.00
(orig. U.S. print of later album by partly the same band who released an amazing Folk- (Rock) GEM for Elektra in 1972! now that there are plugs in use and drums underlining beat the whole  has changed into a Rock punctuated groove w/some occasional past magic shining thru'; privat-label press out of Illinois; w/lyrics-insert-sheet;)
Tornado (Saturday Night) VG+(+) / VG++ U.S.'1976 52.00
(orig. U.S. print of later album by partly the same band who released an amazing Folk- (Rock) GEM for Elektra in 1972! ... now that there are plugs in use and drums underlining beat the whole  has changed into a Rock punctuated groove w/some occasional past magic shining thru'; privat-label press out of Illinois; w/lyrics-insert-sheet;)
Tornado (Saturday Night) EX / M- U.S.'1976 75.00
(orig. U.S. print of later album by partly the same band who released an amazing Folk-(Rock) GEM for Elektra in 1972! now that there are plugs in use and drums underlining beat the whole  has changed into a Rock punctuated groove w/some occasional past magic shining thru'; privat-label press out of Illinois; w/lyrics-insert-sheet;)
Shiva's Headband In The Primo Of Life (Moontower) M / M- U.S.'1984 95.00
(...and the spirit's still alive in the mid-80's of the 20th century; ...another fine slice of rusto-'xotik jammer- galore by this legendary Tejas hipster-combo takin' a draught of Reggae on this w/brass & loose-cranked lead-guitar slopes... plus a dose of smoky-stoned roadhouse-shakin' west-coasty jammer-fever w/ rattlin' barroom-piano, rollin' bass 'n lead-voice by Susan Perskin on the great "woman's blues"-track w/ that violin-magic kickin' dust! cover is a great comix-styled drawing!)
Kaleidoscoptic/Song For Peace (Ignite) / VG+(+) U.S.'1969 75.00
(VERY RARE U.S. single-release by legendary rural-free Hippie-Folk-Rock combo from Texas, this is their most psychedelic venture!! both songs are from their "take me to the mountains" -album but appear in different versions here on 'tis! no sleeve;)
Psychedelic Yesterday (Ape) M- / M- U.S.'1978 165.00
(later in the 70's... and another fine stroke of rustic jams, more extended than before w/Perskin's magical violin-work and some real tasty lead-guit-licks by Robert Flynn Jr.; ...funky West-Coast grooves on the 8:06"vortex"-track; nice shape!)
Such A Joy/Country Boy (Armadillo) EX / VG++ U.S.'1970 95.00
(RARE U.S. single-release (w/great pic-sleeve and label-design) by legendary rural-free Hippie-Folk-Rock combo from Texas, violin fronted Country-Folk-rockin' grooves, sax-leads drenched w/ a  healthy dose of jammin' blues in the caboose; real together playin' w/a laid-back psychy twang gonna make 'em mynd-branches sway; both songs are from their "coming to a head"-album but appear in different versions here on 'tis!)
Take Me To The Mountains (Capitol) M- / VG++ Can'1970 175.00
(legendary rural-free Hippie-Folk-Rock combo from Texas, violin fronted Country-Folk-rockin' grooves w/a healthy dose of jammin' blues in the caboose; real together playin' w/a laid-back psychy twang gonna make 'em mynd-branches sway; RARE green-label orig. canadian print!!)
The Shocking Blue Same (Colossus) VG++ / EX / Co. U.S.'197 52.00
(U.S. orig. issue of early 70's compilation-set by chart-bustin' dutch quartet w/ strong femme lead-singer kindlin' some Grace Slick typo throat-dynamics; incl. "Venus", "California here I come ...", "mighty Joe", "poor boy" ... that has a sitar-sound 'n the guitars all hooked on some eastern-scale!! group-photo sleeve;)
Glenn Shorrock, Beeb Birtles & Graham Goble
Beginnings (Capitol) M- / EX U.S.'1978 42.00
(late 70's U.S. release of pre-Little River Band-recordings; ... this is an abridged version of the orig. aussie release;)
Brian Short Anything For A Laugh (Transatlantic) VG++ / EX U.K.'1971 65.00
(orig. U.K. print of fine solo-album by ex Black Cat Bones member; wheelin' rustic Folk-Rock w/a west coasty edge & Prog-influence, introspective moods w/chamber-strings; expressive lead-voice w/ a Joe Cocker typo Soul; band backing feat. Ray Cooper on percussion, Lyn Dobson on sax 'n flute; Ken Cradock on guitars; FOC;)
Shotgun LTD. Same (Prophecy) M- / EX / Co. U.S.'1971 75.00
(early 70's orig. U.S. release of power-spiked Hard-Rock sweller w/Prog-moves; keyboard/fuzz-guitar sound, soulful melodic angle w/playful string-arrangements, autoharp, moog, some sax leads...; Ben Benay on 6- & 12-string electric guitars; a very dynamic production;)
Silent Partner Hung By A Thread (Lucky Boy) SS / SS U.S.'1979 155.00
(late 70's U.S.privat-press out of Athen, Georgia; keyboards-fronted Sympho-Progressive-Folk-Rock enrollin' carpets on the multi-structured slopes on the B-side where fingers are up for jammin' moods & motions a-flatterin' ossicles via bright sails of ethereal trippy-trance 'n spacey bends; dense-structured acoustic/electric sources kindlin' pastoral images and grinding Rock potions; w/lyrics-insert-sheet;)
Hung By A Thread (Lucky Boy) M / M- U.S.'1979 125.00
(late 70's U.S. privat-press out of Athen, Georgia; keyboards-fronted Sympho-Progressive-Folk-Rock enrollin' carpets on the multi-structured slopes on the B-side where fingers are up for jammin' moods & motions a-flatterin' ossicles via bright sails of ethereal trippy-trance 'n spacey bends; dense-structured acoustic/electric sources kindlin' pastoral images and grinding Rock potions; w/lyrics-insert-sheet,)
Silver Same (Arista) EX / EX U.S.'1976 42.00
(mid-70's U.S. orig. print of drifty West-Coast sounds w/slight Fusion-Lounge influence plus an Eagles typo harmony-edge! feat. Brent Mydland of later Greateful Dead-fame! w/lyrics-inner-bag;)
Silver Leaf Ballad Of A Thin Man + 2 (A Major Record Company) / EX U.S.'198 55.00
(80's U.S. local-label 7" 3-track E.P. release by Ohio (?) band; title-track is written by Dylan and comes in 2 parts; another cover is "well, well, well" (Gibson/Camp) ... it's sorta hipsterized/relaxed West-Coasty Fusion-Lounge grooves w/sax-leads; no sleeve;)
Silver Metre Same (National General) M- / EX / Co. U.S.'1969 75.00
(late 60's orig. U.S. print of pounding West-Coast Rock album w/hard-drives 'n smokin' edges feat. Leigh Stephens (of Blue Cheer-fame) and Pete Sears (of later Jefferson Starship ... etc.) on piano, organ & bass; fuzz 'n distorto spankin' scape w/bluesy hook; nice FOC;)
Silver Rockets Plasteroid (Rockland) SS / SS / Co. Can'1979 52.00
(late 70's canadian release of technoid Space-Rock-Disco sounds by the same french (?) band that also released albums as The Rockets earlier on London/ Deram & Polydor!)
Plasteroid (Rockland) EX / VG++ / Co. Can'1979 42.00
(late 70's canadian release of technoid Space-Rock-Disco sounds by the same french (?) band that also released albums as The Rockets earlier on London/Deram & Polydor!)
Silverhead 16 And Savaged (MCA) SS / SS U.S.'1973 42.00
(orig. U.S. print of 70's action-packed Hard-rockin' shouter by U.K. quintet w/twin-guitar onslaught (incl. slide)
Silvertrain Which Platform Please? (Müsic'Al Production) VG++ / VG++ F'1979 Sold
(orig. french print of rare late 70's Hard-Rock release by british/french(?) band; spacey soundscapes w/ pounding, earthy floors; sung in english; nice FOC;)
Sir Douglas Quintet Honkey Blues (Smash) EX / VG++ / Co. U.S.'1968 55.00
(orig. U.S. print of great 60's album by this legendary Pop-hooker congregation from the U.S. lone-star-state! smokin', soulful Brass-rockin' khool feat. probably the longest song-title in Rock-history w/ "you never get too big and you sure don't get too heavy, that you don't have to stop and pay some dues sometime" ... kept as short (2:37) but intense as the wole albums is! nice uni-pak-sleeve;)
Honkey Blues (Smash) EX / VG+(+) / Co. U.S.'1968 42.00
(orig. U.S. print of great 60's album by this legendary Pop-hooker congregation from the U.S. lone-star-state! ... smokin', soulful Brass-rockin' khool feat. probably the longest song-title in Rock-history w/ "you never get too big and you sure don't get too heavy, that you don't have to stop and pay some dues sometime" ... kept as short (2:37) but intense as the wole albums is! nice uni-pak-sleeve;)
Honkey Blues (Smash) EX / EX / Co. U.S.'1968 95.00
(orig. gold-label promo (!) print of great 60's album by this legendary Pop-hooker congregation from the U.S. lone-star-state; ...smokin', soulful Brass-rockin' khool feat. probably the longest song-title in Rock-history w/ "you never get too big and you sure don't get too heavy, that you don't have to stop and pay some dues sometime"  ...kept as short (2:37) but intense as the wole albums is! nice uni-pak-sleeve;)
Michoacan/Stoned Faces Don't Lie (Philips) EX / VG++ D'197 26.00
(orig. german single (w/great group-foto pic-sleeve) by this legendary Pop-hooker congregation from the U.S. lone-star-state!)
Skin Alley Skin-Tight (Transatlantic) EX / EX U.K.'1973 36.00
(U.K. print of album #4 by Pop-edged U.K. Prog-Rock band w/brass 'n strings arrangements; cover of Don Nix' "maverick woman blues";)
Skorpio Unnepnap (Pepita) EX / EX H 65.00
(mid-70's orig. print of Pop-spangled Prog-Rock piece by hungarian quartet kindlin' dynamo-fueled funky West-Coast action w/dual wah-fuzz-guit-leads on title-track!! Sung in native tongue; w/inner-sleeve;)
Niels Skousen & Peter Ingemann
Herfra Hvor Vi Star (Polydor) EX / VG++ DK'1971 95.00
(orig. danish release by native West-Coast jammer-equipe (that went to become the Musikpatruljen thereafter) feat. Tomrerclaus who cranks an athmo-powered wah-wah-guitar on the 6 minutes plus "fodbold"-track! ...all in all it's laid-back West Coasty, folksy hipster-jammer turf w/flute, sax 'n plenty o' guitars (mostly acoustic) ...sung in native tongue that sure adds to the somewhat 'xotik charm!!)
Sky Same (Ariola) M- / EX U.K.'1979 38.00
(orig. U.K. issue of debut album by british Sympho-Prog-Rock band feat. Herbie Flowers & Kevin Peek; w/inner-sleeve;)
Sky Farmer Mountain Bus/Boscobel Country Life (Aldon) / VG+(+) U.S.'1973 75.00
(orig. U.S. print of Mega Rare 45 by MOUNTAIN BUS under different name!! rural, backwoodsy West-Coast rockin' jams ... loose 'n wheelin; no sleeve but beauty b&w label-design;)
Slade Old New Borrowed And Blue (Polydor) EX / EX D'1974 36.00
(orig.german print of mid-70's effort by british Glamour-Rock quartet; FOC;)
Sladest (Polydor) VG++ / VG++ U.K.'1970 Sold
(orig. U.K. print of 1970 effort by british Glamour-Rock quartet; FOC;)
Slayed? (Polydor) VG++ / VG++ A'1970 Sold
(orig austrian print of early 70's effort by british Glamour-Rock quartet;)
Slayed? (Polydor) EX / EX U.S.'1970 36.00
(orig. U.S. print of early 70's effort by british Glamour-Rock quartet;)
Sleepy John Same (Rockadelic) M / M U.S.'1999 Sold
(late 90's U.S. release of 1970 session-recordings by local Idaho-band bustin' out via eerie-swyrlin' organ 'n blisterin' fuzz-propelled lead-guitar; ...rural barn-storm vibes heatin' up jammer-wires w/ a sound à la garagey Whalefeathers jammin' w/ a pioneerin' Bump; comes in thick FOC w/paste-on sheets 'n story revealed on the in-sight;)

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