Singer-Songwriter B-3

Artist Title (Label) Cover / Record / Co. Released Price CHF
Corinne Bucey New Voice In Town! (Decca) EX / EX U.S.'196 65.00
(N.Y. 60's Village/Coffeehouse Folk-stringer lady w/strong, vibrating voice backed by band w/back-up-vocs, guitars, bass, percussion and harmonica; mostly covers 'n U.S. rootsy trad. renditions: "yarrow",  "wild mountain thyme" (entitled "will  ye go, laddie go?", "east Virginia", "pastures of plenty"...; Mono-print in nice shape... and released 'round '63!)
New Voice In Town! (Decca) VG++ / EX U.S.'196 55.00
(N.Y. 60's Village/Coffeehouse Folk-stringer lady w/strong, vibrating voice backed by band w/back-up-vocs, guitars, bass, percussion and harmonica; mostly covers 'n U.S. rootsy trad. renditions: "yarrow",  "wild mountain thyme" (entitled "will  ye go, laddie go?") "east Virginia", "pastures of plenty"...; Stereo-print in nice shape... and released 'round '63!)
New Voice In Town! (Decca) M / M- U.S.'196 75.00
(N.Y. 60's Village/Coffeehouse Folk-stringer lady w/strong, vibrating voice backed by band w/back-up-vocs, guitars, bass, percussion and harmonica; mostly covers 'n U.S. rootsy trad. renditions: "yarrow",  "wild mountain thyme" (entitled "will  ye go,laddie go?", "east virginia", "pastures of plenty"...; stereo-print in top shape... and released 'round '63!)
Tim Buckley Happy Sad (Elektra) VG++ / EX U.S.'1968 75.00
(his third album as a tan-label print; ... the introspective romancero-gigolo gathers bittersweet wild honey in shades of solemnly forlorn attikz and never intends to draw a line ... he just drifts fro' on ripples of burnt lynger into realms of endless summer caressing skin of deeply bred celestial bummer! )
Live At The Troubadour 1969 (Bizarre/Straight) EX / EX U.S.'1994 55.00
(mid-90's U.S. CD release of excellent late 60's concert in Los Angeles; two prev. unreleased tracks entitled "Venice mating call" (or "all we are saying is give smack a chance" (!) and "I don't  need it to rain" (11:06) ...liner-notes in booklet by Martin Aston;)
Bob Burchill Cabin Fever (Rumour) EX / EX Can'1975 125.00
(mid-70's orig. release by member of PERTH COUNTY CONSPIRACY DOES NOT EXIST! full-band venture recorded LIVE in Calgary by schoolhouse Sound Studio Co-Op in co-operation with stoneage sound during the "Spiral Band" tour; ...top of the heap, as for rural-magic, dust-kickin' Folk-Rock vibes, pickin' mulberry-dew off a donkey soul's tayl (if ya' get what I mean) w/ barn-storm fever-shake on the title track! backwoodsy, melo-sway harvesting poetic lay & that precious organik touch ever at bay! w/ lyrics-insert-sheet;)
Hugs (Will O' Wind Production) M- / M- Can'1980 75.00
(1980 orig. release by member of PERTH COUNTY CONSPIRACY DOES NOT EXIST! full-band venture w/more of a laid-back, West Coasty edge, relaxed barstool waggin' moods 'n 'xotic-perco-ripplin' on "marimba jam";)
Hugs (Will O' Wind Production) M- / M- / Co. Can'1980 65.00
(1980 orig. release by member of PERTH COUNTY CONSPIRACY DOES NOT EXIST! full-band venture w/more of a laid-back, West Coasty edge, relaxed barstool waggin' moods 'n 'xotic-perco-ripplin' on "marimba jam";)
Will I Ever Get To Heaven (Will O' Wind Production) EX / EX Can'1977 110.00
(later in the 70's orig. release by member of PERTH COUNTY CONSPIRACY DOES NOT EXIST! full-band venture w/more of a laid-back, West Coasty edge rekindlin' the magic of his first solo-album w/the native-indian-beat pounding "stormtime" containing a recitation of a poem by canadian writer M. Acorn; there's a nice steel-pedal line on "rhythm of our singing" ...the refrain of this song may have served as inspiration to a song on Rick Danko's solo-album!? ...comes w/lyrics-inner-sleeve;)
Randy Burns Of Love And War (Esp-Disk) M- / EX U.S.'1966 125.00
(RARE mid-60's Singer-Songwriter album and debut for Randy; deep, dreamy introspective tapestries outta dungeons blue w/vulnerable, innocent, solemn mood! his voice (that reminds of Eric Anderson's) a guitar and 12-string acoustic accompaniments by Emery Fletcher; cover of Anderson's "thirsty boots", David Blue's "I like to sleep late in the morning", Billy Edd Wheeler's" (he wrote "high flying bird"(!) "coming of the roads" (that has been beautifully adapted by Bob Patterson on his "land of the 12-string song-man" ...or so it appears to my ears(---) ...2 songs by Tom Ghent (one hell of a fine album released on "Tetragrammaton Records at around 1968... another on Kapp rec. a year later!) ...nice shape on this and a pretty tuff to turn-up vinyl-dude in 2000 'n beyond!)
Song For An Uncertain Lady (Esp-Disk) M- / M- U.S.'1970 95.00
(his third album and of similar dreamy, introspective splendour as his 2 previous ones plus some ingenuous playful, jolly attics; backed by The Sky Dog Band (that was also featured on his "evening of the magician"-album) w/addition of some more friends; ...a voice that somehow describes the perfect cross between Eric Anderson & Tom Rapp and songs that bear some archetypal nature for many a songsmith  to come 'n tryin' out his wits! nice orig. print in uncut cover!)
Song For An Uncertain Lady (Esp-Disk) VG++ / EX / Co. U.S.'1970 75.00
(his third album and of similar dreamy ,introspective splendour as his 2 previous ones plus some ingenuous playful, jolly attics; backed by The Sky Dog Band (that was also featured on his "evening of the magician"-album) w/addition of some more friends; ...a voice that somehow describes the perfect cross between Eric Anderson & Tom Rapp and songs that bear some archetypal nature for many a songsmith  to come 'n tryin' out his wits!)
Mary Burton & Peter Baldwin The Music Makers (IRC) VG++ / VG+ '1972 125.00
(early 70's privat-press out of Illinois; gentle bag of Folk-stringin' lore w/beauty, oscillating femme lead-voice w/male accompaniments on voice 'n guitars; Bart Gould plays the 2nd guitar; w/tasty electric-guit-stringin' on 2 tracks; great ethereal-vybed cover of Dylan's "you ain't goin' nowhere", Carol King's "you've got a friend", John Denver's "leaving on a jet plane" a poem by J. R. R. Tolkien set to music; simple green card-board jacket w/a poem on front in "organic" lettering and pics 'n info on back cover; w/lyrics-insert-booklet; really nice album that I've never seen offered anywhere over all these  years!)
Lisa Busler Look For Me Tomorrow (Studio 4) EX / EX U.S.'1979 75.00
(local Alabama privat-press of gentle, floaty Folk-Rock w/full-band backing, a warm, full voice à la Bonnie Koloc...; autographed by the artist!)
Angeline Butler Impressions (Coburt) M- / EX / Co. U.S.'197 38.00
(melodic Folk-Rock w/arranged, loungy edge, strings 'n horns, drifty Pop moods; MGM sub-label release; produced in Memphis; nice cover;)

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