Singer-Songwriter G

Artist Title (Label) Cover / Record / Co. Released Price CHF
Rob Galbraith Nashville Dirt (Columbia) SS / SS / Cc. U.S.'1969 75.00
(late 60's U.S. Nashville recorded Country-Folk-Rock gem w/swampy grooves... sparse instrumentation leavin' enuff open space for his voice that's a-charmin' in exciting, soulful Bill Withers manner!! funky grooves w/relaxed back-porch swayer moods; Wade Conklin' plays guitar, Major Talton on e-bass, Tom Malone on 12-string electric guitar, Arvin Scott on drums, Ed Kollis on harmonica...; orig. 360-label print!)
Nashville Dirt (Columbia) EX / VG++ / Cc. U.S.'1969 42.00
(late 60's U.S. Nashville recorded Country-Folk-Rock gem w/swampy grooves... sparse instrumentation leavin' enuff open space for his voice that's a-charmin' in exciting, soulful Bill Withers manner!! funky grooves w/relaxed back-porch swayer moods; Wade Conklin' plays guitar, Major Talton on e-bass, Tom Malone on 12-string electric guitar, Arvin Scott on drums, Ed Kollis on harmonica...; orig. 360-label print!)
Nashville Dirt (Columbia) M- / M- / Cc. U.S.'1969 65.00
(late 60's U.S. Nashville recorded Country-Folk-Rock gem w/swampy grooves... sparse instrumentation leavin' enuff open space for his voice that's a-charmin' in exciting, soulful Bill Withers manner!! funky grooves w/relaxed back-porch swayer moods; Wade Conklin' plays guitar, Major Talton on e-bass, Tom Malone on 12-string electric guitar, Arvin Scott on drums, Ed Kollis on harmonica...; orig. 360-label print!)
Nashville Dirt (Columbia) M- / EX / Co. U.S.'1969 55.00
(late 60's U.S. Nashville recorded Country-Folk-Rock gem w/swampy grooves... sparse instrumentation leavin' enuff open space for his voice that's a-charmin' in exciting, soulful Bill Withers manner!! funky grooves w/relaxed back-porch swayer moods; Wade Conklin' plays guitar, Major Talton on e-bass, Tom Malone on 12-string electric guitar, Arvin Scott on drums, Ed Kollis on harmonica...; orig. 360-label print!)
Chris Gantry Motor Mouth (Magic Carpet) VG++ / VG++ U.S.'1970 75.00
(U.S. singer-songwriter struck by an eccentric, ramble-fevered mood on this, his 2nd album, released on this one-off (?) Monument Records sub-label; ...feat. still some sorta mellow, arranged songs but what cuts the cake are 'em shaky, skid-row-vybe battered pieces w/fierce wah-fuzz lead-axe driven khool ("the patent leather boogie man", "soup duck"...that "rides a feathered donkey on nervous system hill"(!) plus a psychedelic haunt on the twylyte-hooker track "flashlight";  "allegheny" is top notch acoustic guitar ramblin' outlaw-coffeehouse w/ a british touch (the early Roy Harper comes to mind!) Tim Drummond plays bass, Andy McMahon on piano, lead-guitar by George"Sly Mongoose" Turner, 2 different drummers are also featured; ...a real special album that (as back-cover suggests) "must be played loud"! white-label promo!!)
Michael Gately Gately's Café (Janus) EX / EX U.S.'197 52.00
(early 70's orig. U.S. release of Country-Folk induced Singer-Songwriter album w/a charming Pop edge; Al Kooper who contributed 2 songs, produced this album and also arranged; guitar-sitar sound on the joybound "color all the world"-track; thanks go to Paul Kosoff, Jerry Goodman & Hookfoot (among others) FOC w/picture of the artist at his place (on inside)
David Gates First (Elektra) EX / M- U.S.'1973 55.00
(rare quadraphonic press of early 70's U.S. dreamy, Folk-Rock w/lofty, loungy drifts; feat. Larry Carlton on guitar, John Guerin, Larry Knechtel, Russ Kunkel, Jim Horn...; co-engineered by Armin Steiner(...again folks!! this is NOT The Klektic Fox!!!) dedicated to the late Jac Holzman; FOC w/lyrics printed on inside; black-label print;)
Pete Gavin 4 Songs (No Label) EX / EX CH'1982 34.00
(rare early 80's (?) swiss-print of U.K. Singer-Songwriter gone w/bluesy fade-glow vibes w/slide-guitar, piano, harmonica plus bass & drums accompaniments; 4-songs mini album spinning at 45 rpm; this is not the british drummer of the same name!)
Geoffrey Same (Psychedelic Archive) M / M- U.K.'1996 65.00
(90's U.K. reprint of fairly RARE (as an orig. issue) early 70's album by guitar-stringin' loner/ downer Basement-Folk-barde (from New York) w/expressive, introspective vibes; vulnerable strains o'passion makin' tracks out into zones of forlorn, sparsely plucked ponder cliffs; "you, me & the ghost man" (9:20) has flashes of Chet Nichols as for rhymes 'n vision; comes w/lyrics insert-sheet;)
Winston George Any Direction (Ergo) SS / SS Can'1970 365.00
(rare orig. print of hipster-Basement-Folk-stringin' barde from Canada; deep-down solemn strains of ramblin' ponder fever w/spooky organ, drums, bass, harmonica 'n some sparsely cranked electric-lead-guitar shake-down ("long time leavin'") ..."smokey mountain grey" pierces veils of lofty lysergo attics 'n fondles 'em knobs for a tyrn outta blue, hazy yearn... touches a very special heartstring w/his voice... as real as anyone can get!)
George Gerdes Obituary (United Artists) EX / EX U.S.'1971 38.00
(early 70's U.S. Folk-rockin' Singer-Songwriter w/full-band accompaniment feat. brass; some looney, eccentric moods w/open-road vybed raftin 'n ramblin' harmonica waftin'; FOC w/lyrics printed; he's a friend and kindred spirit to Loudon Wainwright III!)
Paul Geremia Same (Sire) VG++ / EX U.S.'1972 65.00
(skid-flaked bluesy Singer-Songwriter... sort of Jim Croce gathering maybugs in some shady, downer, fade-glow flickerin' basket; full-band accompaniment feat. Jack McGann on lead-guitar; he also contributes some liner-rambles; melodic rhyme fermented in dry beds of achin' thyme 'n that white-boy gospel on a rusty chyme;)
Same (Sire) EX / EX U.S.'1972 75.00
(skid-flaked bluesy Singer-Songwriter ...sort of Jim Croce gathering maybugs in some shady, downer, fade-glow flickerin' basket; full-band accompaniment feat. Jack McGann on lead-guitar; he also contributes some liner-rambles; melodic rhyme fermented in dry beds of achin' thyme 'n that white-boy gospel on a rusty chyme; white-label-promo print!!)
Tom Ghent Yankee's Rebel Son (Kapp) EX / EX / Co. U.S.'1971 52.00
(early 70's effort (he's got an earlier album on "Tetragrammaton") by U.S. Singer-Songwriter gone w/brass-arranged skid-row-flaked melodic songs w/full-band sound; feat. Charlie McCoy, Eddie Hinton, Billy Sanford, Ben Keith on steel-pedal; all self-penned songs;)
Bob Gibson Blues Around My Head/Gilgarry Mountain (Elektra) / EX U.S.'196 38.00
(rare guitar-player-label print (in mono) white-label-promo single by legendary and most influental U.S. late 50's/60's Singer-Songwriter; both songs co-written w/ Hamilton Camp!)
The Perfect High (Mountain Railroad) M- / EX / Co. U.S.'1980 52.00
(great early 80's release by legendary U.S. Folk/Singer-Songwriter who helped lifting the baby from the cradle in the late 50's early 60's; many a rendition of Shel Silverstein songs like the fantastic title-track plus a good dose of humour in the grooves! recorded LIVE!)
Where I'm Bound (Elektra) EX / EX U.S.'196 95.00
(rare guitar-player-label print in mono of this CLASSIC early 60's 12-string-guitar-pluckin' Folk-balladeer that had quite an impact on the whole scene as one of 'em prime movers... like Seeger, Neil and Zimmerman, many songs co-written w/ Shel Silverstein;)
Steve Gillette Alone...direct (Sierra Briar) EX / M- U.S.'1979 55.00
(late 70's U.S. release of most convincing 2nd album (He released his first one some 12 years earlier on Vanguard) by very gifted U.S. Singer-Songwriter whose songs got covered by quite some artists!! all acoustic direct-to-disk master recordings w/a few remakes of songs to be found on above mentioned album! ...some fancy guitar-pickin' fingerwork contained here! FOC;)
Same (Vanguard) EX / VG++ U.S.'1967 75.00
(orig. stereo print of truly amazing 60's electric-Folk- (Rock) breezer w/ Bruce Langhorne and Dick Rosmini on e-guitars, Bill Lee on string bass; ace song-penning laden w/ magical melodic vibes, otherwordly hook on the haunting "The Erlking"; Steve's the writer of "Darcy Farrow", "Molly & Tenbrooks" (well known from the 2nd album by HEARTS & FLOWERS!) ...many songs co-written w/ Tom Campbell (anybody out there got any hints to Tom's whereabouts??) ... a wondrous GEM!)
Paula Gillis Made It This Far (Green Mountain) M / M- U.S.'1978 95.00
(late 70's U.S. release by Singer-Songwriter lady from Michigan; gentle, vibrating voice w/subtle, organic colors; full-band backing w/piano, flute, dulcimer, violin, bass, percussion...; comes in nice home-made lookin' b&w card-board jacket;)
Dan Gillmore & Doug McClaran
Road Apple (Fretless) M / M- U.S.'1974 95.00
(mid-70's U.S. release of breezy, open-sky rustic Chamber-Folk- (Rock) w/sparse electric/acoustic armouries feat. piano, guitars, banjo, mandolin, drums, cello, clarinet alto- & Baritone-sax (addin' a very special color!) plus the magic violin of Robin Batteau (of Appaloosa, Compton & Batteau-fame!!) who contributes one song written earlier in the 70's; Michael Hurley blows a mock trumpet on one track! ...an album that won't reveal its true flavour w/ the first spin (on the turntable)
Steve Golley That's My Way (Madison) EX / EX U.S.'1977 65.00
(late 70's local New York Folk-Rock release w/full-band sound... guitars, (fender-strato, 12-string acoustic) bass, drums, keyboards, vibra-slap, male/femme lead-vocs; loungy West-Coast vibes plus some shaky, melodic roadhouse-ramblin; w/lyrics-insert;)
Steve Goodman High And Outside (Asylum) EX / EX D'1979 34.00
(late 70's effort by U.S. Singer-Songwriter; feat. Bill Elliott, Corkie Siegel, Nicolette Larson...; german orig. print w/inner-sleeve;)
Hot Spot (Asylum) M / M- U.S.'1980 52.00
(late 70's effort by U.S. Singer-Songwriter; feat. Bill Elliott; inner-sleeve;)
Hot Spot (Asylum) SS / SS U.S.'1980 55.00
(late 70's effort by U.S. Singer-Songwriter ;feat. Bill Elliott; inner-sleeve;)
Same (Buddha) M- / M- U.S.'1971 75.00
(orig. U.S. print of fascinating debut album by influental U.S. Singer-Songwriter w/ a voice that pours down like precious, vintage bourbon! ...as John Prine expressed in the liner-notes (to this album): "Steve wrote & sings the best damn train song (ever heard)" ...I think so too!! the name of the song is "City Of New Orleans" (contained on this album) ...great line-up feat. David Briggs, Charlie McCoy, Billy Sanford, Buck Wilkin, Kenneth Buttrey, Pete Wayde,Vassar Clements...; Kris Kristofferson helped produce this great album!)
Somebody Else's Troubles (Buddha) M- / M- U.S.'1972 65.00
(orig. U.S. print of great second album by influental U.S. Singer-Songwriter w/ a voice that pours down like precious, vintage bourbon! ...as John Prine expressed in the liner-notes (to Goodman's first album) "Steve wrote & sings the best damn train song (ever heard)" ...I think so too!! the name of the song is "City of New Orleans" contained on his debut album) from one year before! feat. here is David Bromberg, Maria Muldaur, Bill Keith, David Newman...; w/insert-sheet;)
Somebody Else's Troubles (Buddha) EX / EX U.S.'1972 55.00
(orig. U.S. print of great second album by influental U.S. Singer-Songwriter w/ a voice that pours down like precious, vintage bourbon! ...as John Prine expressed in the liner-notes (to Goodman's first album) : Steve wrote & sings the best damn train song (ever heard) ...I think so too!! the name of the song is "City of New Orleans" (contained on his debut album) from one year before! feat. here is David Bromberg, Maria Muldaur, Bill Keith, David Newman...; w/insert-sheet;)
Kevin Gordon Same (Shed) EX / EX U.S.'1991 42.00
(early 90's U.S. cassette-only (?) release of straight 'n breezy rockin' americana grits on this great label outta Iowa City, Indiana; full-band spree and "king of kings"-track explains it all!!)
The Graham Gouldman Thing Same (RCA) M- / M- U.S.'1968 SOLD
(orig. mono U.S. print of this fascinating U.K. Chamber-Pop piece by the guy who wrote such classics as "no milk today", "for your love", "bus stop" ...which went charbust-glory! a great dynamic production w/ vibrating arrangements revealing its full flavour in mono! top shape!)
Gove Heavy Cowboy (TRX) M- / M- U.S.'1969 125.00
(U.S. orig. print of many facetted Singer-Songwriter album rangin' from fiery bayou-fox-raspin' slide-guitar jobs ("death letter blues") to fully arranged Don Cooper typo ballads ("sunday morning early") plus a great cover of "morning dew"; Gove is gifted w/a strong voice, pouring down w/warmth & a gentle fragrance (yep! just like vintage bourbon!) ...and he's backed w/the solid & reliable fingers of Billy Sanford, David Briggs, Chip Young, Weldon Myrick...; jacket has a somewhat odd cover-art but then... it suits to a somewhat heavy cowboy like Gove!)
Gregson & Collister Love Is A Strange Hotel (Special Delivery) M- / M- U.K.'1990 28.00
(orig. U.K. print of fine, melodic Folk-Rock by british male/femme duo ;)
Clive Gregson Strange Persuasions (Demon) M- / M- U.K.'1985 32.00
(mid-80's release by U.K. Folkie; tasty, melodic bag w/acoustic/ electric sound... Most intsruments played by Clive himself; backing vocals by Christine Collister;)
Clive Gregson & Christine Collister
Home And Away (Cooking Vinyl) M- / EX U.K.'1987 34.00
(late 80's Live-recordings by british femme/ male Folk-stringin' duo; cover of Merle Haggard's "mama tried";)
Larry Groce Crescentville (Daybreak) EX / M- U.S.'1971 55.00
(early 70's U.S. second album by texan Singer-Songwriter headin' east & flingin' out two nice albums on a small N. Y. label; breezy, open-sky harmony-sails w/southern back-porch twinkle; warm, gentle voice that lies somewhere 'tween Townes Van Zandt & Lawrence Hammond; full-band sound w/Sneaky Pete on pedal-steel, Doug Dillard on banjo, John Beland, Larry plays autoharp on one track; all self-penned songs save one which is by Ray Hubbard;)
Crescentville (Daybreak) EX / M- U.S.'1971 65.00
(early 70's U.S. second album by texan Singer-Songwriter headin' east & flingin' out two nice albums on a small N.Y. label; breezy, open-sky harmony-sails w/southern back-porch twinkle; warm, gentle voice that lies somewhere 'tween Townes Van Zandt & Lawrence Hammond; full-band sound w/Sneaky Pete on pedal-steel, Doug Dillard on banjo, John Beland, Larry plays autoharp on one track; all self-penned songs save one which is by Ray Hubbard; promo-sticker on front-cover;)
Crescentville (Daybreak) SS / SS U.S.'1971 75.00
(early 70's U.S. second album by texan Singer-Songwriter headin' east & flingin' out two nice albums on a small N. Y. label; breezy, open-sky harmony-sails w/southern back-porch twinkle; warm, gentle voice that lies somewhere 'tween Townes Van Zandt & Lawrence Hammond; full-band sound w/Sneaky Pete on pedal-steel, Doug Dillard on banjo, John Beland, Larry plays autoharp on one track; all self-penned songs save one which is by Ray Hubbard; still sealed orig. print;)
Please Take Me Back (MC) EX / EX U.S.'1977 65.00
(late 70's release by texan Singer-Songwriter headin' east & flingin' out two nice albums on a small N. Y. label (in 1971) breezy, open-sky harmony-sails w/southern back-porch twinkle; warm, gentle voice that lies somewhere 'tween Townes Van Zandt & Lawrence Hammond; full-band sound w/Sneaky Pete on pedal-steel, Craig Doerge on piano, Ry Cooder cranks a great electric slide-guitar on "Tuckertown fair"; white-label promo print w/sticker on front-cover, a dynamic Mike Curb (MC) production;)
The Wheat Lies Low (Daybreak) EX / EX U.S.'1971 55.00
(early 70's U.S. debut-album by texan Singer-Songwriter headin' east & flingin' out two nice albums on a small N.Y. label; breezy, open-sky harmony-sails w/southern back-porch twinkle; warm, gentle voice that lies somewhere 'tween Townes Van Zandt & Lawrence Hammond; cover of Jerry Jeff Walker's "little bird", Dylan's "girl from the north country"; beautiful flute-lines on the solemnly ripplin' title-rack;)
The Wheat Lies Low (Daybreak) M / M- U.S.'1971 65.00
(early 70's U.S. debut-album by texan Singer-Songwriter headin' east & flingin' out two nice albums on a small N. Y. label; breezy, open-sky harmony-sails w/southern back-porch twinkle; warm, gentle voice that lies somewhere 'tween Townes Van Zandt & Lawrence Hammond; cover of Jerry Jeff Walker's "little bird", Dylan's "girl from the north country"; beautiful flute-lines on the solemnly ripplin' title-rack;)
Jack Grunsky Buffalo Brian (Polydor) M- / EX Can'1971 65.00
(canadian Singer-Songwriter's 2nd album; Jack passed plenty of time in Germany where his albums got released on Kuckuck records; friends from the german Kraut-scene helping out; incl. the haunting "Huron" -track w/poundin' native-indian groove...; orig. canadian release;)
Newborn Man (Polydor) EX / EX / Co. Can'1972 52.00
(canadian Singer-Songwriter's 3rd album; Jack passed plenty of time in Germany where his albums got released on Kuckuck records; friends from the german Kraut-scene helping out; orig. canadian release;)
The Patience Of A Sailor (Honeybee) M- / M- / Co. Can'1978 52.00
(canadian Singer-Songwriter's late 70's album; Jack passed plenty of time in Germany where his earlier albums got released on Kuckuck records; orig. canadian release;)
Isaac Guillory Live (Personal) M- / M- U.K.'1986 95.00
(mid-80's U.K. release of impressive Live-performance by ex- Cryan' Shames-member/composer!! 12-srting-guitar pickin' Singer-Songwriter w/great, soulful voice; he's tryin' out his guts on a cover of "The Weight" (Jamie Robertson) ... hats off! ... real strong rendition of "high flying bird", plus"morning glory" (T.Buckley) ... simple b&w sleeve showin' the artist in action on front;)
Denny Guy Same (Daybreak) EX / EX U.S.'1972 55.00
(early 70's U.S. release of small N.Y. label that also flung out the 2 first albums by Larry Groce; dreamy, laid- back moods w/full-band accompaniment by hawaiian guitarist/ songwriter w/gentle, mellow voice, subtle organ-sounds & great, pearly electric-lead-guitar licks on the haunting ant-drug-song "hypersensitive jester"; all self-penned songs save one;)
Same (Daybreak) SS / SS / Cc. U.S.'1972 75.00
(early 70's U.S. release of small N.Y. label that also flung out the 2 first albums by Larry Groce; dreamy, laid- back moods w/full-band accompaniment by hawaiian guitarist/songwriter w/gentle, mellow voice, subtle organ-sounds & great, pearly electric-lead-guitar licks on the haunting ant-drug-song "hypersensitive jester"; all self-penned songs save one;)
Same (Daybreak) M- / M- / Cc. U.S.'1972 65.00
(early 70's U.S. release of small N.Y. label that also flung out the 2 first albums by Larry Groce; dreamy, laid- back moods w/full-band accompaniment by hawaiian guitarist/ songwriter w/gentle, mellow voice, subtle organ-sounds & great, pearly electric-lead-guitar licks on the haunting ant-drug-song "hypersensitive jester"; all self-penned songs save one;)

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