Rock W-1

Artist Title (Label) Cover / Record / Co. Released Price CHF
T.L. Wahl A Face In The Crowd (GDS) M- / M- U.S.'1979 75.00
(late 70's orig. U.S. release of tasty, laid-back Folk-rockin grooves w/a swing; athmo-laden lead-guitar picks in Tony Ray/Jeff Liberman/Del Buckingham-way of pluckin' the khool; songs that will melt in your ears w/intriguing, charming lead-voice 'n cute lady-back-ups; title-track is funky roadhouse groove w/ sax-leads; some dual-lead-axe runs on "kittyhawk" kindlin' Southern-Rock magic w/a West Coast flow; this album conceals some chemistry that may grow on you!! odd card-board-sleeve design w/ monkey danglin' from a tree; pressed on grey/marble vinyl! on same label as Claw!)
Waidele's Conversation Orchestra
It's All In Your Head... (AR) M- / M- D'1987 42.00
(orig. german print of action-packed Brass-Rock happening recorded LIVE; german project w/lady-back-up vocs; extended cover of Stephen Stills' "love the one you're with", "Sunny" (Jim Webb) "I had a dream" (J. B. Sebastian) ... FOC w/lotsa pics of the artists;)
Rick Wakeman Journey To The Center Of The Earth (A&M) EX / VG++ NL'1974 Sold
(holland print of mid-70's solo-effort by YES-keyboarder; FOC;)
The Six Wives Of Henry VIII (A&M) VG++ / VG+(+) D'1972 Sold
(german print of solo-effort by YES-keyboarder;FOC;)
The Walflower Complextion Same/When I'm Far From You (Four Little Indians) M / M D'199 125.00
(reprint in ultra-thick FOC of these MEGA-RARE ruff-hewn Garage-Beat/ Psychedelic albums from Colombia in the late 60's; four U.S. youngsters (you call this Boy-Group in 2000 and beyond!) sellin' dad's twirly bird to get a decent equipment and lock themselves up in the basement of the bungalow to rehearse some licks  plucked from the airwaves; some Rolling Stones covers, "jack the ripper", "Baby please don't go", "route 66", "she belongs to me", Sonny Bono's "needles & pins" and a few originals; blue-eyed invogorations of Pop-music's classic figures that at times leave the impression of break-dancin' on living-coals... well, you know what I think by studying the spelling of the group-name... right? limited & numbered edition of 450 copies;)
Wallenstein Lunatics (Clear Light Of Jupiter) EX / M- Aus'1971 Sold
(rare australian orig. print of this early 70's german Sympho-Progressive-Rock piece; 4 long trax, spacey cover-art;)
Stories,Songs & Symphonies (Kosmische Musik/Ohr) EX / EX D'1975 Sold
(mid-70's german Sympho-Progressive-Rock w/mellotron, synthesizer, acoustic/ electric guitars, violin, bass, percussion ...; incl. the long(11:20) "your lunar friends", "sympathy for Bela Bartok" ... can be played on quadraphonic-equipment;)
Wally Same (Atlantic) M- / EX U.K.'1974 65.00
(mid-70's orig. U.K. print of fine West-Coast Folk-Rock by native sextet; wide range of influences stretching from airy Country-Folk (w/tasty steel-guitar by Paul Middleton) hovering violin lines, to West-Coasty Rock progressions w/fanfaring electric lead-guitar on the intense parts, keyboards, piano, mellotrone ... dreamy drows-away lanes w/quality vocal-harmonies; Rick Wakeman helped arrange! ... if you go for the likes as Folly's Pool, Waves ... this one will meet your ears w/similar strokes and for a somewhat smaller fee!)
Walrus Same (Janus) EX / EX / Cc. U.S.'1972 52.00
(early 70's U.S. release of Pop-induced Brass-Rock w/fanfaring femme chorus-lines evoking some Gospel-Pop kolorz; some hard-edged lead-guitar cranks w/fuzz & organ; odd FOC;)
Joe Walsh But Seriously,Folks... (Asylum) EX / M- U.S.'1978 Sold
(U.S. orig.print of late 70's effort by West-Coast Rock legend; Joe Vitale on drums, Jay Ferguson, Don Felder plays pedal-steel on one song; w/inner-sleeve;)
There Goes The Neighborhood (Asylum) EX / EX D'1981 Sold
(german orig. print of early 80's effort by West-Coast Rock legend; Joe Vitale on drums, David Lindley on violins, Don Felder(g) and Victor Feldman on percussion; w/inner-sleeve;)
You Can't Argue With A Sick Mind/Recorded Live (Abc) EX / EX U.K.'1976 Sold
(orig. U.K. print of his mid-70's live-album; incl. "rocky mountain way"; feat. Jay Ferguson, Don Felder, Joe Vitale and Andy Newmark on drums; w/inner-sleeve;)
Rich Wamil & Copperpenny Fuse (Capitol) EX / EX / Co. Can'1975 42.00
(canadian Funk-rockin' combo w/hot femme-back-ups, w/some sax leads and string arrangements; incl. Allen Toussaint's "mind over matter"; Van Morrisson's  "feedback out on highway 101"; red-label canadian orig. print;)
Travis Wammack Not For Sale (Capricorn) EX / EX / Co. U.S.'1975 55.00
(mid-70's U.S. release of HOT, swamped Southern Funk-rockin' grooves w/grumblin' lead-voice, earthy rhythm-stroke and lead-axe-runs (w/occasional slide) that smokes!! some laid-back ballads to help calm down the beast; straight-rockin' roadhouse-burner vibes on "Greenwood, Mississippi" w/wild slide jobs! ace line-up feat. Pete Carr also on guitar, Lenny LeBlanc on bass, Barry Becket, Stacy Gross (horns)
Not For Sale (Capricorn) M- / M- U.S.'1975 65.00
(mid-70's U.S. release of HOT, swamped Southern Funk-rockin' grooves w/grumblin' lead-voice, earthy rhythm-stroke and lead-axe-runs (w/occasional slide) that smokes!! some laid-back ballads to help calm down the beast; straight-rockin' roadhouse-burner vibes on "Greenwood, Mississippi" w/wild slide jobs! ace line-up feat. Pete Carr also on guitar, Lenny LeBlanc on bass, Barry Becket, Stacy Gross(horns)...;)
Same (Fame) VG++ / EX U.S.'1972 42.00
(early 70's release by this southern U.S. singer-songman treadin' arranged, soulful Pop lanes w/brass-/ string arrangements; ... cuttin' it deep into swamped Funk zones on the furiously performed "Funk #49" - track w/thick fuzz-wafts! Leo LeBlanc plays steel-guitar;)
Jerry Glenn Ward Focus: (Mega) VG++ / EX / Co. U.S.'1972 65.00
(white-label promo print of excellent Folk-Rock/Singer-Songwriter album ridin' forth w/downer-loner moods, Country-funkin' grits, tasty dobro 'n steel-work by Lloyd Green, flute, organ, fiddle and strings; real strong bag of songs by this southern U.S. born songsmith w/all orig. material recorded in Nashville w/ all 'em renowned studio-/session-guys around! comes w/ lyrics-insert-sheet;)
Focus: (Mega) EX / EX / Co. U.S.'1972 55.00
(orig. U.S. print of excellent Folk-Rock/ Singer-Songwriter album ridin' forth w/downer-loner moods, Country-funkin' grits, tasty dobro 'n steel-work by Lloyd Green, flute, organ, fiddle and strings; real strong bag of songs by this southern U.S. born songsmith w/all orig. material recorded in Nashville w/ all 'em renowned studio-/ session-guys around! comes w/ lyrics-insert-sheet;)
Focus: (Mega) M- / M- / Co. U.S.'1972 75.00
(orig. U.S. white-label-promo-print of excellent Folk-Rock/ Singer-Songwriter album ridin' forth w/downer-loner moods, Country-funkin' grits, tasty dobro 'n steel-work by Lloyd Green, flute, organ, fiddle and strings; real strong bag of songs by this southern U.S. born songsmith w/all orig. material recorded in Nashville w/ all 'em renowned studio-/session-guys around! comes w/ lyrics-insert-sheet;)
Steve Warley Same (Jive) M- / M- D'1983 34.00
(orig. german print of early 80's U.K. Pub-Rock type w/melodic West-Coast edge ... Has a Dire Straits typo delivery in the chemistry of songs; w/lyrics-insert-sheet;)
Geno Washington Put Out The Cat (Line) M- / M- D'1981 38.00
(early 80's german release of ballsy Rock-out by black vocalist! full-band venture w/hard-lead-guitar cranks, rollin' R&B fueled action-barells w/funky fever w/keyboards-sounds; cover of "let the good times roll", "what'd I say" ...;)
Washrag Bangh! (TMI) EX / EX / Co. U.S.'1973 75.00
(this album brings that certain kind of funk that made that good ol' Memphis sound famous ... and it all started out as a goof sessions ... just sittin' 'round the studio pluckin' 'em strings 'n sippin' Mrs. Miller's finest; ... all instrumental trax laden with pounding vibrato-wah guitar by Captain Guitar (which gotta be Mr. Steve Cropper himself who also produced) ... David Mayo on guitar, keyboards 'n bass, Ron Capone on drums 'n percussion; cover of Curtis Mayfield's "Freddie's dead" ... so darn relaxed 'n easy it musta have been real fun laying these tracks down! ... not of the same calibre as Watchpocket (also on TMI Rec.) but ...;)
The Wasted Rangers Recorded Live At The Last Hurrah,Portland Oregon, (No Label) EX / EX U.S.'1978 175.00
(live-double-set by late 70's U.S. northwest jammer-quintet w/dual-lead-guitar-jobs, pedal-steel, slide, piano, bass 'n drums; ruff jams in definite LITTLE FEAT way of setting fyre to the coals! rattling covers of 3 Lowell George songs, "tripe face boogie" (Payne/Hayward) and a side-long cookin'-up of "Hot burrito No.2" (Ethridge/Parsons) two Chuck Berry numbers (Johnnymaybellinegood ... oops!) ... 100% home-made job in white cardboard factory sleeves; comes w/a 45 of which 1 track is featured on the album; insert-sheet w/track info ... stuff like this gets better with the years ... like good wine!)
Waterfall Same (Koala) EX / M- CH'1974 SOLD
(micro-press of highly interesting mid-70's Prog-Rock gem from south of the swiss alps; haunting sceneries carried on piano-bass-drums wings building up to a freezin' jamm on the title-track and finally burstin' loose in a P-Harum/ Trower-way of burnin' the guitar!... rather untypical for the times; to my ears this sounds like KAZAD DOOM and the gregarian FAUN jammin' together 'neath the shady crater of some distant hawaiian dawn...; Cover has slight ring-wear and small tear in upper-right corner (front) due to removed price-tag)
Waterloo First Battle (Thorns) M / M A'2001 55.00
(austrian limited reprint of 1970 british Prog-Rock album w/ a Pop appeal; strong flute leads, swirly organ edge, slight classical approach in spots;)
Roger Waters The Pros And Cons Of Hitch Hiking (Columbia) VG++ / EX U.S.'1984 Sold
(mid-80's E.P. by Pink Floyd bass-man & singer; title track is a special version from the album of the same name;)
The Way Same (Maranatha!) EX / EX U.S.'1973 125.00
(dreamy, melodic West-Coast sounds w/airy x-ian overtones, strong voc-harmonies, dense acoustic/ electric mix; has the inner-bag w/lyrics and infos; local californian press in nice "clay-figures" card-board jacket;)
Jeff Wayne War Of The Worlds (CBS) EX / EX NL'1978 42.00
(the late 70's musical version by Jeff Wayne; feat. Richard Burton (he plays the journalist) Julie Covington, Justin Hayward (of The Moody Blues) Phil Lynott of Thin Lizzy ...; double-set w/huge booklet-insert; holland print in FOC;)
Darryl Way's Wolf Saturation Point (Deram) EX / VG++ U.K.'1973 42.00
(complex Sympho-Prog-Rock piece from the U.K.;long trax;)
Saturation Point (Deram) EX / EX U.K.'1973 55.00
(complex Sympho-Prog-Rock piece from the U.K.; long trax;)
John Weider Same (Anchor) EX / M- U.K.'1976 38.00
(solo-effort of drifty Pop w/loungy Pub-rockin' edge by ex-Animals guitarist; Charlie McCracken plays bass;)
Same (Anchor) VG++ / EX / Co. U.K.'1976 32.00
(solo-effort of drifty Pop w/loungy Pub-rockin' edge by ex-Animals guitarist; Charlie McCracken plays bass;)
Same (Anchor) M- / EX / Co. U.K.'1976 34.00
(solo-effort of drifty Pop w/loungy Pub-rockin' edge by ex-Animals guitarist; Charlie McCracken plays bass;)
Bob Weir Ace (Warner Brothers) M- / M- D'1972 110.00
(most suitable title for the "DEAD"- rhythm-axe-swinger's solo-debut which by the way also is his nick-name! ... such a special blend of white-boy Soul on his throat ... could cause the squirrel wanna jump the goat; ... and a production job that is next to heavenly! Jerry 'n the boys are there of course, so is Ed Bogas and Dave Torbert; brass by Louis Gasca, Snooky Flowers ...; cover-art by Kelley/Mouse; Jerry's steel-pedal in a subtle veil of strings on "looks like rain" is what keeps any heartache sane! RARE german white-label promo print in nice, laminated jacket;)
Ace (Warner Brothers) EX / EX U.S.'1972 65.00
(most suitable title for the "DEAD"- rhythm-axe-swinger's solo-debut which by the way also is his nick-name! ... such a special blend of white-boy Soul on his throat ... could cause the squirrel wanna jump the goat; ... and a production job that is next to heavenly! Jerry 'n the boys are there of course, so is Ed Bogas and Dave Torbert; brass by Louis Gasca, Snooky Flowers ...; cover-art by Kelley/ Mouse; Jerry's steel-pedal in a subtle veil of strings on "looks like rain" is what keeps any heartache sane! beautiful, un-cut orig. green label print with Bob pictured in full shape on back-cover, which I think is the very first print;)
Ace (Warner Brothers) M- / EX U.S.'1972 65.00
(most suitable title for the "DEAD"- rhythm-axe-swinger's solo-debut which by the way also is his nick-name! ... such a special blend of white-boy Soul on his throat ... could cause the squirrel wanna jump the goat; ... and a production job that is next to heavenly! Jerry 'n the boys are there of course, so is Ed Bogas and Dave Torbert; brass by Louis Gasca, Snooky Flowers...; cover-art by Kelley/Mouse; Jerry's steel-pedal in a subtle veil of strings on "looks like rain" is what keeps any heartache sane! orig. green-label print w/ b&w portrait of Bob on back cover;)
Ace (Warner Brothers) EX / EX U.S.'1972 52.00
(most suitable title for the "DEAD"- rhythm-axe-swinger's solo-debut which by the way also is his nick-name! ... such a special blend of white-boy Soul on his throat ... could cause the squirrel wanna jump the goat; ... and a production job that is next to heavenly! Jerry 'n the boys are there of course, so is Ed Bogas and Dave Torbert; brass by Louis Gasca, Snooky Flowers ...; cover-art by Kelley/Mouse; Jerry's steel-pedal in a subtle veil of strings on "looks like rain" is what keeps any heartache sane! burbank-label 2nd print w/full-photo of Bob on back-cover;)
Bob Welch Same (RCA) EX / EX U.S.'1981 Sold
(early 80's U.S. release of hard-guitar dominated, meodic West-Coast-Rock w/ an FM-Sound-twinkle; w/inner- sleeve;)
West Aaarrgh (West) M- / M- U.S.'1988 22.00
(late 80's cassette-only release (6 tracks) by  local Wyoming Country-Folk-Rock band w/catchy, melodic West-Coast flow; keyboards, mandolin, pedal-steel, guitars...;)
The Band (West) M- / M- U.S.'1985 55.00
(mid-80's local Wyoming Country-Folk-Rock quintet w/catchy, melodic West-Coast flow; triple-guitars, keyboards, mandolin, pedal-steel; great versions of "summertime" and "fox on the run";)
The Band (West) M- / M- U.S.'1985 22.00
(mid-80's local Wyoming Country-Folk-Rock quintet w/catchy, melodic West-Coast flow; triple-guitars, keyboards, mandolin, pedal-steel; great versions of "summertime" and "fox on the run"; this is the cassette version!)
Same (Epic) EX / EX U.S.'1968 85.00
(late 60's orig. yellow-label-print of jangly electric-Folk-Rock album by West-Coast band feat. Ron Cornelius; vibrating tapestries w/strong voc-harmonies, pearly guitar-sounds ...; covers of Dylan's "just like tom thumb's blues", "six days on the road", "dolphins" (Fred Neil)produced by Bob Johnston;)
West Minist'r My Life/Mr. Fingers (Magic) / VG++ U.S.'1970 SOLD
(early 70's(?) orig. U.S. release of rockin' single by the same band who released the GREAT "bright lights, windy city" -45 some time earlier; no sleeve;)
West, Bruce & Laing Live 'n' Kickin' (Windfall/Columbia) VG++ / VG+(+) U.S.'1974 26.00
(mid-70's orig. U.S. print of Mountain-off-shoot venture recorded LIVE; feat. Leslie West, Jack Bruce & Corkie Laing;)
Whatever Turns You On (RSO) EX / EX U.K.'1973 36.00
(early 70's orig. U.K. print of Mountain-off-shoot venture feat. Leslie West, Jack Bruce & Corkie Laing;)
Why Dontcha (CBS) VG++ / VG++ U.K.'1972 Sold
(early 70's orig. U.K. print of Mountain-off-shoot venture feat. Leslie West, Jack Bruce & Corkie Laing;)
Why Dontcha (CBS) EX / EX U.K.'1972 38.00
(early 70's orig. U.K. print of Mountain-off-shoot venture feat. Leslie West, Jack Bruce & Corkie Laing;)
Leslie West The Great Fatsby (Phantom) EX / EX U.S.'1975 34.00
(mid-70's U.S. print of solo-thing by MOUNTAIN guitar-hero; feat. Mick Jagger, femme back-ups 'n leads;)
Mountain (Windfall) EX / VG++ / Co. U.S.'1969 38.00
(orig. U.S. print of late 60's solo-effort by future MOUNTAIN guitar-hero; feat. Felix Pappalardi & N. D. Smart II; cover of "this wheel's on fire" (Danko/Dylan)
Mountain (Windfall) VG++ / EX U.S.'1969 42.00
(orig. U.S. print of late 60's solo-effort by future MOUNTAIN guitar-hero; feat. Felix Pappalardi & N. D. Smart II; cover of "this wheel's on fire" (Danko/Dylan)
Wet Willie Drippin' Wet (Capricorn) M- / M- / Co. U.S.'1973 45.00
(U.S. Southern-rockin' quintet captured in full flight... alive! incl. "red hot chicken" (10:27) Arthur Crudup's "that's all right"; great comix-styled sleeve;)
Drippin' Wet (Capricorn) SS / SS U.S.'1973 65.00
(U.S. Southern-rockin' quintet captured in full flight... alive! incl. "red hot chicken"
(10:27), Arthur Crudup's "that's all right"; great comix-styled sleeve; promo-print w/bio-sheet attached on back-cover;)
Drippin' Wet (Capricorn) M- / M- U.S.'1973 52.00
(U.S. Southern-rockin' quintet captured in full flight ... alive! incl. "red hot chicken" (10:27) Arthur Crudup's "that's all right"; great comix-styled sleeve;)
Whirlwind Midnight Blue (Chiswick) EX / EX D'1980 38.00
(orig. german print of great Rock-A-Billy splash-down by U.K. quartet;)
White Chocolate Same (RCA) SS / SS U.S.'1973 65.00
(rhythm-bound Pop-Rocker w/funky sprouts, hard-edged guitars, horn arrangements, Candido helps out on Conga, Gene Hull on sax and Maxayn Lewis sings back-up; incl. "let's get funked"; promo-stamp embossed on front cover;)
Same (RCA) M- / M- / Co. U.S.'1973 55.00
(rhythm-bound Pop-Rocker w/funky sprouts, hard-edged guitars, horn arrangements, Candido helps out on Conga, Gene Hull on sax and Maxayn Lewis sings back-up; incl. "let's get funked";)
The White Duck Same (UNI) EX / EX U.S.'1971 65.00
(early70's U.S. print of West-Coast-vybed Rural-Rock jammer w/acoustic/ electric blend, gritty, soulful vocals, roadhouse-shakin' guitar-clang, some brass arrangements, slide 'n piano; recorded in Nashville; beautiful cover-painting;)
Alan White Ramshackled (Atlantic) M- / EX U.S.'1976 55.00
(loungy Progressive-Pop piece w/jazzy Fusion edge, brass-arranged w/flute, trumpet, steel-drums, keyboards; comes in rough-textured relief sleeve; inner-sleeve & impressive label-design by Henry Hodgson; insert-sheet too;)
Bobby Whitlock Same (Abc) EX / EX / Co. U.S.'1972 42.00
(orig. U.S. print of solo-effort by this guitarist teamin' up w/Clapton, Delaney & Bonnie ...; tasty rural, melodic Folk-Rock w/ some hard-edged parts; FOC;)
The Who Best Of (Polydor) EX / VG(+) F'197 Sold
(orig. french print of compilation album;pink front cover;)
By Numbers (Neon) VG++ / VG++ I'1975 Sold
(orig. italian print on collector's label!!beauty label-design;)
Live At Leeds (Track) EX / VG++ U.K.'1970 Sold
(orig. U.K. print of LIVE album w/plenty of inserts;FOC;)
Meaty Beaty Big & Bouncy (Track) EX / VG++ U.K.'1969 42.00
(orig. FOC print of this fine compilation, some trax are kept in orig. mono;)
Meaty Beaty Big & Bouncy (Track) EX / EX U.K.'1969 Sold
(U.K. 2nd print of this fine compilation, some trax are kept in orig. mono; FOC;)
Sell Out (Decca) VG++ / EX U.S.'1967 52.00
(orig.U.S. print;incl. "I can see for miles";)
Who Are You (Polydor) EX / EX D'1978 Sold
(orig. german print of late 70's effort;)
Who's Last (MCA) EX / EX D'1984 Sold
(mid-80's german print of LIVE-double-set; FOC w/inner-sleeves;)
Who's Next (Decca) VG++ / EX U.S.'1971 Sold
(orig. U.S. print of early 70's album; incl. the great "won't get fooled again" (8:31)

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