Singer-Songwriter B-1

Artist Title (Label) Cover / Record / Co. Released Price CHF
Julie Babb Julie And Company Live At The "Other Side Of The Tracks" (Miramichi) M- / EX / Co. U.S.'1973 Sold
(most expressive guitarpickin' Songlady w/very versatile voice... swingin' from some cello-belly up into the frosty violin-chin...; w/electric/acoustic guitar plus drums 'n percussion backin', sparse arrangements and a mood like carresing a sleepy cat! ...great cover of "Ruby Tuesday"!! ...and Leonard Cohen's "Suzanne" ...all that she touches seems to coil up into a fan for transmutation while keepin' to the very bones...; recorded live at "The Other Side Of The Track" in New York;)
Joan Baez 5 (Vanguard) VG++ / VG++ U.S.'1964 42.00
(gold-label print... later in the 60's press as the vinyl is sorta thin; her voice 'n guitar doin' songs like "there but for fortune" (Phil Ochs) "it ain't me baby" (Dylan) "Birmingham sunday" (Dick Fariña) ...plus an aria entitled "Bachianas brasileiras No.5" w/ensemble of 8 cellos!)
A Package Of (Bear Family) EX / VG+(+) D'197 28.00
(mostly traditional 'n classics such as "la Bamba", "water boy" ...plus cover of "dark as a dungeon" (Travis) german print w/nice live-photo on front;)
Diamonds & Rust (A&M) EX / EX D'1975 42.00
(german orig. release of strong mid-70's album; great renditions of songs like "simple twist of fate" (Bob Dylan) "fountain sorrow" (Jackson Browne) "Jesse" (Janis Ian) "hello in there" (John Prine) ...has the lyrics- inner-sleeve;)
Gracias A La Vida (A&M) EX / EX / Co. NL'1974 24.00
(mid-70's release sung in spanish; has the lyrics insert-sheet w/both the spanish and the english versions; holland 2nd print;)
Gracias A La Vida (A&M) M / M- D'1977 32.00
(mid-70's release sung in spanish; german reprint from the late 70's;)
Hits - Greatest & Others (Vanguard) EX / EX U.S.'1973 52.00
(orig. U.S. print of nice compilation album ... incl. covers of 'the night they drove old Dixie down' , Eleanor Rigby' , 'let it be' , 'there but for fortune' (Phil Ochs) , 'help me make it through the night' (Kris Kristofferson) and 2 Dylan songs ('I pity the poor immigrant' & 'love is just a four-letter word';)
Honest Lullaby (Portrait) EX / EX U.S.'1979 28.00
(late 70's release on this CBS sub-label; w/lyrics-inner-sleeve;)
In Concert (Vanguard) EX / EX U.S.'196 42.00
(red label stereo print of early 60's Live concert... her voice and guitar; incl. "babe,I'm gonna leave you", "copper kettle", "matty groves" (7:18), "what have they done to the rain"; nice cover-art!)
Songs Of The USA (Super Majestic) EX / EX U.S.'196 38.00
(late 60's compilation incl. "long black veil", "Barbara Allen", "The Cherry Tree Carol", "plaisir d'amour"...;)
The Best Of (Saga Eros) VG++ / VG+ U.K.'1968 28.00
(late 60's UK compilation incl. "black is the color", "don't weep after me" (w/Ted Alevizos) "travelin' shoes" (w/Bill Wood) "lowlands", "carless love" (w/BIll Wood); supposed to be her very first recordings; this is the same album (w/diff. cover though) as the one on "Squire Rec.")
The Best Of (A&M) EX / EX NL'1977 28.00
(holland reprint w/ songs from her later period; incl. "diamonds & rust", "forever young" (Dylan) "Imagine" (John Lennon) "the night they drove old dixie down" (The Band)
The Best Of (Squire) EX / EX U.S.'196 38.00
(mid- 60's compilation incl. "black is the color", "don't weep after me" (w/Ted Alevizos) "travelin' shoes" (w/Bill Wood) "lowlands", "carless love" (w/Bill Wood) ...supposed to be her very first recordings;)
The Contemporary Ballad Book (Vanguard) EX / EX F'1974 38.00
(nice french double-set and a boss compilation w/great paining by Eric von Schmidt on inside of FOC;)
Chris Bailey Casablanca (New Rose) M- / EX F'198 32.00
(french only(?) print of early 80's Folk-Rock/ Singer-Songwriter/ guitar-stringer w/wayfarin' strains of restless busker moods on his brows; some trax w/acoustic guitar, some w/electric accompaniment(all self made 'n played) ... there ain't much info given on the cover... as sparse and THERE as the songs contained!)
Baldwin & Leps Same (Vanguard) EX / EX U.S.'1971 95.00
(2 buskers one with a guitar, the other w/ a violin hitting the studio to lay down a couple of tunes and it turned out to be a smokin' bag w/most expressive vibes; w/help from a drummer and a bassist (no info given in details) there's flashes of back-porch cajun rolls, squally lead-vocs and THAT violin!!... pure gypsy blood mingle w/cajun-mojo-flare and on "bella donna" it sounds like it's plugged into a wah-wah-pedal for psychedelic fare! electric-fuzz-guit on the slow-grindin' 'n shiverin' "beg your sweet pardon"... "spirit" sounds as if Martin & Neil resurrected in the early 70's to say a definite fare-thee-well!... a truly fascinating album in FOC w/ lyrics printed on the inside plus some photos; orig. U.S. print;)
Same (Vanguard) EX / EX U.S.'1971 125.00
(2 buskers one with a guitar, the other w/ a violin hitting the studio to lay down a couple of tunes and it turned out to be a smokin' bag w/most expressive vibes; w/help from a drummer and a bassist (no info given in details) there's flashes of back-porch cajun rolls, squally lead-vocs and THAT violin!!... pure gypsy blood mingle w/cajun-mojo-flare and on "bella donna" it sounds like it's plugged into a wah-wah-pedal for psychedelic fare! electric-fuzz-guit on the slow-grindin' 'n shiverin' "beg your sweet pardon"... "spirit" sounds as if Martin & Neil resurrected in the early 70's to say a definite fare-thee-well!... a truly fascinating album in FOC w/ lyrics printed on the inside plus some photos; U.S. white-label promo-print;)
Luke Baldwin The Tattoo On My Chest (Flying Fish) EX / EX U.S.'1977 55.00
(real fine Country-Folk/Singer-Songwriter piece w/wailin' steel-pedal, gentle electric/acoustic spree w/ David Bromberg on dobro and mandolin; all orig. songs reekin' w/that good ol' open road drifter-fever scents... so no wonder that the whole thing's dedicated to Ramblin Jack Elliot; Utah Phillips comes up w/ some real cool/poetic liner-notes;)
The Tattoo On My Chest (Flying Fish) M- / M- U.S.'1977 65.00
(real fine Country-Folk/Singer-Songwriter piece w/wailin' steel-pedal, gentle electric/acoustic spree w/ David Bromberg on dobro and mandolin; all orig. songs reekin' w/that good ol' open road drifter-fever scents... so no wonder that the whole thing's dedicated to Ramblin Jack Elliot! ...Utah Phillips comes up w/ some real cool/poetic liner-notes;)
Steve Baron The Mother Of Us All (Tetragrammaton) EX / EX U.S.'1969 65.00
(this is not a Jazz-Band but sure got a jazzy pulse underlining a drifty Folk-Rock bag and the whole thing  has to be billed for Psych-Folk-Rock as the long "shadow man" (11:06) reveals the potential buried in the grooves of this rather fascinating album... well, Pete Townshend thinks so too! white-label promo print;)
The Mother Of Us All (Tetragrammaton) M- / M- / Co. U.S.'1969 Sold
(this is not a Jazz-Band but sure got a jazzy pulse underlining a drifty Folk-Rock bag and the whole thing  has to be billed for Psych-Folk-Rock as the long "shadow man" (11:06) reveals the potential buried in the grooves of this rather fascinating album... well, Pete Townshend thinks so too!)
The Mother Of Us All (Tetragrammaton) SS / SS U.S.'1969 75.00
(this is not a Jazz-Band but sure got a jazzy pulse underlining a drifty Folk-Rock bag and the whole thing  has to be billed for Psych-Folk-Rock as the long "shadow man"(11:06) reveals the potential buried in the grooves of this rather fascinating album... well, Pete Townshend thinks so too!)
The Mother Of Us All (Tetragrammaton) EX / EX U.S.'1969 Sold
(this is not a Jazz-Band but sure got a jazzy pulse underlining a drifty Folk-Rock bag and the whole thing  has to be billed for Psych-Folk-Rock as the long "shadow man" (11:06) reveals the potential buried in the grooves of this rather fascinating album... well, Pete Townshend thinks so too!)
The Mother Of Us All (Tetragrammaton) VG++ / VG++ U.S.'1969 45.00
(this is not a Jazz-Band but sure got a jazzy pulse underlining a drifty Folk-Rock bag and the whole thing  has to be billed for Psych-Folk-Rock as the long "shadow man" (11:06) reveals the potential buried in the grooves of this rather fascinating album... well, Pete Townshend thinks so too!)
Sessions With  Jef Lowell (Otherway) EX / EX U.S.'1971 175.00
(rare early 70's privat-press (1000 copies); has a shorter remake of "shadow man"... more in a relaxed Folk-rockin' bag w/ some good-timey vibes; very privat look;)
A Wanderer Like You (Paramount) EX / VG+(+) U.S.'1973 42.00
(later down the line w/ a more developped melodic edge, produced by Pete Drake who also plays steel and dobro! ...has a great, longer version og "magic magician" (from the "sessions w/Jef Lowell"-lp) ...uni-pak jacket and Townshend still digs it; un-cut white-label promo-print;)
A Wanderer Like You (Paramount) EX / EX / Cc. U.S.'1973 42.00
(later down the line w/ a more developped melodic edge, produced by Pete Drake who also plays steel and dobro! ...has a great, longer version og "magic magician" (from the "sessions w/Jef Lowell" -lp) uni-pak jacket and Townshend still digs it;)
A Wanderer Like You (Paramount) SS / SS / Co. U.S.'1973 55.00
(later down the line w/ a more developped melodic edge, produced by Pete Drake who also plays steel and dobro! ...has a great, longer version of "magic magician" (from the "sessions w/Jef Lowell"-lp) ...uni-pak jacket and Townshend still digs it; still sealed orig. w/cut-corner;)
A Wanderer Like You (Paramount) M- / M- / Cc. U.S.'1973 45.00
(later down the line w/ a more developped melodic edge, produced by Pete Drake who also plays steel and dobro!... has a great, longer version og "magic magician" (from the "sessions w/Jef Lowell"-lp) uni-pak jacket and Townshend still digs it;)
A Wanderer Like You (Paramount) M- / M- U.S.'1973 55.00
(later down the line w/ a more developped melodic edge, produced by Pete Drake who also plays steel and dobro!... has a great, longer version of "magic magician" (from the "sessions w/Jef Lowell"-lp) uni-pak jacket and Townshend still digs it;)
William Barrister Night Rider (Eralma) EX / EX U.S.'1978 175.00
(privat-press out of Nashville in the late 70's; starts of w/ a live-track called "wine is not the answer" having the ills & woes of redneck wine for theme; kick-ass Country-Rock w/quivering pedal-steel leads 'n wasted vocs! program enrolls w/Country-Folk-Rock w/boppin' bass and amazing pedal-steel... outlaw, western barroom-vibes perfectly captured by a line that goes like "I ain't a cowboy, I just found a hat" ...loser/downer ballads of the authentic kind to follow; B-side has "about you" ...a song soaked w/hopelessly lost-in-the-ozone heart-ache moods w/elevated, fade-glow paint... haunting to the max w/windy, fanfaring lady-back-ups, piano 'n strings fillin' some lost horizon... amazing! what follows is mere Country-Schlock w/ femme lead vocs... a sugarbush ready to be trampled into some forsaken rodeo-mud and a 40's post-war music-hall/ big-band-jazz-piece w/orchestration 'n dooh-whopp for closure; the whole thing is so damn low-fi recorded it's next to brillig' junk;)
John Bassette John Who? (Tinkertoo) EX / EX U.S.'1978 75.00
(black-singer-songwriter w/some eccentric strains on his voice, mostly acoustic-guitar stringin w/some percussion backing; some songs have a full-band sound w/steel & flute, guitars...; relaxed vibes w/simple, solemn ripplings on the B-side; cover of Merle Haggard's "white line fever"; feat. here is his buddy Jim Ballard... his albums are also worth checkin' out!!)
Batdorf & Rodney Life Is You (Arista) M- / EX / Co. U.S.'1975 32.00
(3rd album by 70's Folk-Rock duo deliverin a melodic, loungy, marin-soaked song-bag w/mostly arranged parts, strong voc-harmonies; inner-sleeve w/lyrics printed;)
Off The Shelf (Atlantic) M- / M- / Co. U.S.'1971 65.00
(excellent first album by 70's U.S. Folk-Rock duo deliverin a melodic, loungy, marin-soaked song-bag w/ strong C.S.N.&Y. colors in the harmonies; full-band venture w/ Chris Ethridge & Dave Hood on bass, Barry Beckett on vibes 'n piano, John Barbata on drums... Marlin Greene engineered this ace-produced lp; incl. the great  "can you see him" (6:04)  breezin' down w/ dynamic acoustic-guitar jamm... to be topped only by another track on this album : "let me go" (5:24) on which the jamm reaches that elevated crystal peak w/ rumblin' e- bass-lines 'n guitars ringin' like chimes; white-label promo print that reveals the full sound-scape! thick FOC w/promo-sticker on front;)
Billie Joe Becoat Let's Talk For Awhile (Fantasy) M / M- U.S.'1969 65.00
(black Singer-Songwriter in Don Crawford/early Richie Havens mold w/a rappin' mood on "Eli" that also feat some excellent lead-guit quivering in GYP FOX way of pluckin' the khool; expressive voice, bluesy, soulful edge and shreds of counter-cult/hipster moves w/cotton-field-gospel twist plus a funky groove on "confusion in the revolution" w/great lyrics uprooting that 60's Black-Movement thing! white-label promo print!!)
Let's Talk For Awhile (Fantasy) SS / SS U.S.'1969 75.00
(black Singer-Songwriter in Don Crawford/ early Richie Havens mold w/a rappin' mood on "Eli" that also feat some excellent lead-guit quivering in GYP FOX way of pluckin' the khool; expressive voice, bluesy, soulful edge and shreds of counter-cult/ hipster moves w/cotton-field-gospel twist plus a funky groove on "confusion in the revolution" w/great lyrics uprooting that 60's Black-Movement thing!)
Michael Behnan Night Shift Life (Maddog) SS / SS Can'1979 125.00
(first album by canadian Singer-Songwriter/lyricist, painter... who passed away in the mid-80's; acoustic/ electric bag w/bloozed barstool-fevered moods w/great swirly organ flashing back to the late 60's/ early 70's in sound; "stuck inside this bottle" is the crystallized confluence of drift-away, rustic melo-ripples of THE BAND and that solemn downer glare of PROCOL HARUM!! ...feat. a haunting mellotron strain! title track is boss Country-Folk w/ femme back-ups and wailing pedal-steel; ...well, it's a great album to this point but what heaves this' un onto some killer shelf is "Hero from the war" ...an unbelievable intense downer/loner-vybed ballad w/droning organ/mellotron spook and the burstin' in of the demonly-fuzzed lead-guitar makes you forget about anything you've heard out of this drawer! ...save maybe "road to Cairo" by David Ackles; still sealed!)
Night Shift Life (Maddog) M / M- Can'1979 95.00
(first album by canadian Singer-Songwriter/lyricist, painter... who passed away in the mid-80's; acoustic/ electric bag w/bloozed barstool-fevered moods w/great swirly organ flashing back to the late 60's/ early 70's in sound; "stuck inside this bottle"  is the crystallized confluence of drift-away, rustic melo-ripples of THE BAND and that solemn downer glare of PROCOL HARUM!! ...feat. a haunting mellotron strain! title track is boss Country-Folk w/ femme back-ups and wailing pedal-steel; ...well, it's a great album to this point but what heaves this 'un onto some killer shelf is  "Hero from the war" ...an unbelievable intense downer/loner-vybed ballad w/droning organ/mellotron spook and the burstin' in of the demonly-fuzzed lead-guitar makes you forget about anything you've heard out of this drawer! ...save maybe "road to Cairo" by David Ackles;)
Night Shift Life (Maddog) M / M Can'1979 110.00
(first album by canadian Singer-Songwriter/lyricist, painter... who passed away in the mid-80's; acoustic/ electric bag w/bloozed barstool-fevered moods w/great swirly organ flashing back to the late 60's/ early 70's in sound; "stuck inside this bottle" is the crystallized confluence of drift-away, rustic melo-ripples of THE BAND and that solemn downer glare of PROCOL HARUM!! ...feat. a haunting mellotron strain! title track is boss Country-Folk w/ femme back-ups and wailing pedal-steel; ...well, it's a great album to this point but what heaves this'un onto some killer shelf is "Hero from the war" ...an unbelievable intense downer/loner-vybed ballad w/droning organ/mellotron spook and the burstin' in of the demonly-fuzzed lead-guitar makes you forget about anything you've heard out of this drawer! ...save maybe "road to Cairo" by David Ackles;)
Sweet Cosima (Maddog) EX / EX Can'1980 95.00
(2nd album by canadian Singer-Songwriter/ lyricist, painter... who passed away in the mid-80's; more folksy than his previous release("night shift life") and featured again are members of MAX MOUSE; melodic, Folk-Rock w/Country-Blues- and Blues-Rock-idioms well packed into 12 songs that capture w/ a natural, sparse magic... well, the genuine canadian way! there's jolly barrom-flaked vibes... a haunting scenerie reigns the title track and "don't call us" w/distant-menacing slide-guitar wailings, a most refined handling of mellotron colors (you'd swear these are real strings!!) echoey voice thru' gloomy, electric haze! ...freezingly embalming! comes w/lyrics-inner-sleeve; cover painting is by Linda Lapeer, his wife;)
Sweet Cosima (Maddog) SS / SS Can'1980 125.00
(2nd album by canadian Singer-Songwriter/lyricist, painter... who passed away in the mid-80's; more folksy than his previous release("night shift life") and featured again are members of MAX MOUSE; melodic, Folk-Rock w/Country-Blues- and Blues-Rock-idioms well packed into 12 songs that capture w/ a natural, sparse magic... well, the genuine canadian way! there's jolly barrom-flaked vibes... a haunting scenerie reigns the title track and "don't call us" w/distant-menacing slide-guitar wailings, a most refined handling of mellotron colors (you'd swear these are real strings!!) echoey voice thru' gloomy, electric haze! ...freezingly embalming! comes w/lyrics-inner-sleeve; cover painting is by Linda Lapeer, his wife; still sealed!!)
Sweet Cosima (Maddog) M- / M- Can'1980 110.00
(2nd album by canadian Singer-Songwriter/lyricist, painter ,who passed away in the mid-80's; more folksy than his previous release("night shift life") and featured again are members of MAX MOUSE; melodic, Folk-Rock w/Country-Blues- and Blues-Rock-idioms well packed into 12 songs that capture w/ a natural, sparse magic... well, the genuine canadian way! there's jolly barrom-flaked vibes... a haunting scenerie reigns the title track and "don't call us" w/distant-menacing slide-guitar wailings, a most refined handling of mellotron colors (you'd swear these are real strings!!) echoey voice thru' gloomy, electric haze! ...freezingly embalming! comes w/lyrics-inner-sleeve; cover painting is by Linda Lapeer, his wife;)
Don Bellezzo Same (No Label) - / VG++ U.S.'1972 175.00
(no cover 'n no label, no info save a sticker on the blank label sayin' "Concert Hall Univ., New Mexico Dec. '72; ...songs compsed & performed by Don Bellezzo ...a live album... just guitar and his voice... gentle counter tenor voice evoking dreamy, passionate vibes w/a freewheelin', southbound flatter sometimes swallowed up by some coughing in the audience; promo-only print??)
Willie P. Bennett Tryin' To Start Out Clean (Woodshed) EX / EX Can'1975 125.00
(rare canadian Singer/Songwriter album produced by David Essig (who also plays some mandolin) and recorded at the legendary Thunder Sound studios in Toronto; ...many an uptempo banjo-fiddle driven song w/full-band backing, guitars, steel-pedal, mandolin, harmonica bass 'n percussion, back-ups vocs; wayfarer, drifter moods on the great "white line" and "Willies Diamond Joe" ...the latter has fascinating fiddle-harmonica interplays and Willie's rough-bent, wailing voice that seems to crumble at the seams on the beautifully pedal-steel flattered "down to the water"; ...some other fine canadian blend from the 70's!)
Marc Benno Ambush (A&M) EX / EX U.S.'1972 42.00
(third album by renowned texas Singer-Songwriter doin' two albums before w/Leon Russell as Asylum Choir; no more bozo-allures on this ... it's great Folk-Rock w/soulful voice, Blues 'n southern americana cookin' ...; feat. Booker T. Jones, Bonnie Bramlett, Ray Brown, Jesse Ed Davis, Jim Keltner ...; brown label first print;)
Ambush (A&M) EX / EX U.S.'1972 52.00
(third album by renowned texas Singer-Songwriter doin' two albums before w/Leon Russell as Asylum Choir; no more bozo-allures on this ... it's great Folk-Rock w/soulful voice, Blues 'n southern americana cookin' ...; feat. Booker T. Jones, Bonnie Bramlett, Ray Brown, Jesse Ed Davis, Jim Keltner ...; brown label first print;)
Minnows (A&M) EX / EX U.S.'1971 42.00
(second album by renowned texas Singer-Songwriter doin' two albums before w/Leon Russell as Asylum Choir; no more bozo-allures on this ... it's great Folk-Rock w/soulful voice, slow grinding Blues-rockin' barrells w/ Clarence White & Bobby Womack on guitars, Jesse Davis on slide-guitar, Carl Radle on bass, Nick de Caro (accordion) Jim Keltner on drums plus ladies backing up (Rita Coolidge, Vanetta Fields, Clydie King ...;) ... shaky 'n funky southern cookin' on "back down home"! thick FOC; grey/white label print 2nd print;)
Minnows (A&M) EX / VG++ U.S.'1971 42.00
(second album by renowned texan Singer-Songwriter doin' two albums before w/Leon Russell as Asylum Choir; no more bozo-allures on this ... it's great Folk-Rock w/soulful voice, slow grinding Blues-rockin' barrells w/ Clarence White & Bobby Womack on guitars, Jesse Davis on slide-guitar, Carl Radle on bass, Nick de Caro (accordion) Jim Keltner on drums plus ladies backing up (Rita Coolidge, Vanetta Fields, Clydie King ...;) ... shaky 'n funky southern cookin' on "back down home"! thick FOC; brown-label first print;)
Same (A&M) M- / M- U.S.'1970 55.00
(debut album by renowned texas Singer-Songwriter doin' two albums before w/Leon Russell as Asylum Choir; no more bozo-allures on this... it's great Folk-Rock w/soulful voice, shaky Blues-rockin' barrells w/ Ry Cooder on bottleneck guitar, Jim Horn on sax 'n flutes, Rita & Priscilla Coolidge sing back-ups, Booker T. Jones on keyboards; all self penned songs and no foul egg in the basket! top shape too;)
Same (A&M) M- / M U.S.'1970 65.00
(debut album by renowned Texas Singer-Songwriter doin' two albums before w/Leon Russell as Asylum Choir; no more bozo-allures on this... it's great Folk-Rock w/soulful voice, shaky Blues-rockin' barrells w/ Ry Cooder on bottleneck guitar, Jim Horn on sax 'n flutes, Rita & Priscilla Coolidge sing back-ups, Booker T. Jones on keyboards; all self penned songs and no foul egg in the basket! top shape too;)
Pierre Bensusan 2 (Cezame) EX / VG++ F'1977 55.00
(french Singer-Songwriter w/guitar, piano and deep, heartful voice backed by full ensemble on some tracks; sax, bag-pipes, e-bass, guitars...; intimate, innocent, solemn vibes w/poetic embers in hearth of introspective glow; sung in french tongue; housed in beautiful FOC w/lyrics printed on the inside;)
Karen Beth Harvest (Decca) M- / M- U.S.'1970 45.00
(first album by U.S. Singer-Songwriter lady w/ airy, innocent vibes w/a crumblin' edge  on her voice, electric/acoustic stringin' w/organ, piano, bass 'n drums accompaniments on some songs; "I'm no good for you" haunts w/loner/downer introspective moods and a boppin' bass (reminiscent of the other Karen on Capitol & Paramount!!); mostly self-penned songs w/cover of "up to my neck in muddy waters" (Wakefield/Herald); nice album and has the lyrics-inner sleeve;)
New Moon Rising (Buddha) SS / SS U.S.'1975 52.00
(mid-70's release by U.S. Singer/Songwriter lady;Country-Folk-Rock w/help from Kal David(ex-Illinois Speed Press),Harvey Brooks,John Hartford,Bill Keith..;a departure from her first 2 albums as for innocense and fragile ponder meres..but still there's something lingerin' on her voice that's flashin' back; still sealed,  uncut orig. print;)
New Moon Rising (Buddha) M- / M- / Co. U.S.'1975 42.00
(mid-70's release by U.S. Singer/Songwriter lady; Country-Folk-Rock w/help from Kal David (ex-Illinois Speed Press) Harvey Brooks, John Hartford, Bill Keith...; a departure from her first 2 albums as for innocense and fragile ponder meres... but there's still something lingerin' on her voice that's flashin' back;)
New Moon Rising (Buddha) VG++ / EX / Co. U.S.'1975 36.00
(mid-70's release by U.S. Singer/ Songwriter lady; Country-Folk-Rock w/help from Kal David (ex-Illinois Speed Press) Harvey Brooks, John Hartford, Bill Keith...; a departure from her first 2 albums as for innocense and fragile ponder meres... but still there's something lingerin' on her voice that's flashin' back;)
The Edge Of The Horizon (Cattail) M- / M- U.S.'1983 65.00
(early 80's release by U.S. Singer/ Songwriter releasing 2 albums on "Decca" and one on "Buddha" in the mid-70's (well, perhaps there are more...) mostly female-backings ...e-bass/ acoustic bass, guitars, keyboards, drums, piano, flutes, 'n plenty o' harmony-vocs; Billy Boiers (yes, a male!) plays electric slide-guitar, dobro and mandolin; ...a nice bag of gentle flowing songs; w/lyrics-insert;)
The Joys Of Life (Decca) M- / M- / Co. U.S.'1971 55.00
(first album by U.S. Singer-Songwriter lady w/ airy, innocent vibes w/a crumblin' edge on her voice that seems to be gaspin' for elevated stigma; electric/acoustic stringin' w/organ, piano, bass 'n drums accompaniments on some songs; graced w/loner/downer introspective moods and chamber-typo, sparse colors... she should have done an album w/ Tom Rapp!)
The Joys Of Life (Decca) M / M / Co. U.S.'1971 65.00
(first album by U.S. Singer-Songwriter lady w/ airy, innocent vibes w/a crumblin' edge on her voice that seems to be gaspin' for elevated stigma; electric/ acoustic stringin' w/organ, piano, bass 'n drums accompaniments on some songs; graced w/loner/ downer introspective moods and chamber-typo, sparse colors... she should have done an album w/ Tom Rapp!)

Previous page: Singer-Songwriter A
Next page: Singer-Songwriter B-2