Singer-Songwriter M-2

Artist Title (Label) Cover / Record / Co. Released Price CHF
Gary McFarland & Peter Smith
Butterscotch Rum (Buddha) VG++ / EX U.S.'197 75.00
(early 70's(?) U.S. release of real special Singer-Songwriter album sparklin' w/a wondrous mix of backwoodsy, rural Folk-Fusion-Lounge, partly reminding of "sidewalks talkin'" by Hollins & Starr (Ovation Records) as for airy, elevated khool in the execution; some songs bear hints at that eerie, introspective pressure to be found on Peter Hammill's "over"-album ...performed in a loose americana way of pamperin' it off; there's jazzy, Chamber-Folk colors, a weird twist in the lyrics...; well, imagine Randy Newman bein' backed by Sopwith Camel in their miraculous hump period! full-band venture feat. Russell George on fiddle; ...reeds, keyboards (Warren Bernhardt) tuba, brass, guitars...; cover sure is something to boot its content w/ surreal-chyld-Psychedelic typo art-work, lyrics are printed on inside of FOC;)
Eileen McGann Elements (Dragonwing) M- / M- Can'1987 38.00
(late 80's canadian orig. release by native songlady unveiling some gentle, fragile, pastoral lines w/ full band helping feat. guitars, flute, concertina, cello, mandolin... and a voice that puts the flatter on you; David Woodhead on bass; has a lyrics-inner-sleeve;)
Horrell McGann April Fool (Clouds) M- / M- U.S.'1977 38.00
(late 70's U.S. release of loungy, melodic West-Coast Folk-Rock w/mostly arranged songs, some hard-edged, fanfaro-trailin' lead guitar wails among Rocks mossy w/ stoned vibes addin' a special flavour to x-ian speckled spots; dobro, steel-pedal, keybaords, drums, bass... 'n steel-drums on the caribbean-vybe-soaked "colony music"; has a rather odd cover and a lyrics-inner-sleeve;)
Kate & Anna McGarrigle Dancer With Bruised Knees (Warner Brothers) EX / EX U.S.'1977 42.00
(orig. U.S.print of 2nd album by these eccentric canadian Singer-Songwriter ladies gone w/ a most original bag of melodic Folk-Pop gems w/ band accompaniment feat. Fairport Convention members (Pat Donaldson & Dave Mattacks) contributing their art; George Bohannon adds the horns;)
Dancer With Bruised Knees (Warner Brothers) EX / EX D'1977 34.00
(orig. german print of 2nd album by these eccentric canadian Singer-Songwriter ladies gone w/ a most original bag of melodic Folk-Pop gems w/ band accompaniment feat. Fairport Convention members (Pat Donaldson & Dave Mattacks) contributing their art; George Bohannon adds the horns;)
Love Over And Over (Polydor) EX / EX Can'1982 32.00
(orig. canadian print of early 80's album by these eccentric canadian Singer-Songwriter ladies; feat. Mark Knopfler, Gerry Conway, Pat Donaldson...; has a lyrics-inner-bag;)
Pronto Monto (Warner Brothers) EX / EX U.K.'1978 42.00
(orig. U.K. print of more complex 3rd album by these eccentric canadian Singer-Songwriter ladies gone w/ a most original bag of melodic Folk-Pop gems w/ band accompaniment feat. Fairport Convention members (Pat Donaldson & Jerry Donahue) contributing their art; w/horns arranged by Howard Johnson on one song; Pretty Purdie & David Spinozza also in the line-up)
Bobbie McGee Bread & Raises-Songs For Working Women (Collector) EX / EX U.S.'1981 65.00
(orig. early 80's U.S. release of fine Topic-Folk bag takin' care of the Working Women Movement; Bobbie, a lady w/ expressive, melodic, vibrating voice accomapanies herself w/ guitar & is assisted (on some songs) by Mike Auldridge on dobro & pedal-steel, Phil Rosenthal on guitar...; autoharp, bass 'n nice femme back-ups; great cover of Fred Small's "fifty-nine cents" ...based on a classic entitled "15 pounds"!! ...well, I wonder if Bobbie did ever receive a postcard from Kris Kristofferson?!)
Michael McGinnis Welcome To My Mind (Forward) EX / EX U.S.'1969 75.00
(late 60's orig. U.S. release by californian Folk-Rock balladeer w/some Gospel-typo back-ups (feat Gloria Jones, Carolyn Willis & Julia Tilman) & rustic, airy Chamber-arrangements w/french horn, strings...; David Jackson on bass, Jim Keltner plays drums, Rodney Dillard on dobro, Harvey Johnson arranged; West Coasty vibes w/ a loose temper; insert-sheet;)
Bat McGrath & Don Potter Introducing (Epic) M- / M- U.S.'1969 65.00
(late 60's orig. U.S. yellow-label print; ...a rather overlooked Folk-Rock/Singer-Songwriter-album from New York... swingin' fro' via good-timey, rustic tapestries, some marin-soaked vibes as well, ...arrangements include cello, harpsichord (Dick Hyman!) tabla, vibes, guitars (Bill La Vorgna, Al Rogers, Buddy Saltzman) bass by Chuck Israels, harmonica...; Barry Kornfeld produced & wrote the liner notes;)
Introducing (Epic) VG+ / VG+ U.S.'1969 36.00
(late 60's orig. U.S. yellow-label print; ...a rather overlooked Folk-Rock/ Singer-Songwriter-album from New York ...swingin' fro' via good-timey, rustic tapestries, some marin-soaked vibes as well, arrangements include cello, harpsichord(Dick Hyman) tabla, vibes, guitars (Bill La Vorgna, Al Rogers, Buddy Saltzman) bass by Chuck Israels, harmonica...; Barry Kornfeld produced & wrote the liner notes;)
Loreena McKennit Elemental (Quinland Road) M- / M- Can'1994 52.00
(mid-90's CD-re-release of mid 80's recordings by this most gifted canadian singer-songwriter lady treading british traditional acres w/her instrument, the harp! ...she also plays accordion, guitar and synthesizer! on some selections Loreena is accompanied by friends on cello and acoustic bass; Cedric Smith (of Perth County Conspiracy -fame!!!) helped arrange "carrighfergus" -track on which he sings and plays guitar!! an utterly fine performance fraught w/ solemn air and passion! lyrics are printed inside of cover-sheet)
Parallel Dreams (Quinland Road) M- / M- Can'1989 52.00
(late 80's (CD) release by this most gifted canadian singer-songwriter lady treading british traditional acres w/her instrument, the harp! some songs have full-band accompaniment; lyrics printed inside of cover-sheet;)
To Drive The Cold Winter Away (Quinland Road) M- / M- Can'1987 52.00
(later-in-the-80's (CD) release by this most gifted canadian singer-songwriter lady treading british traditional acres w/her instrument, the harp! "the king" is recorded at Church Of Our Lady and features Cedric Smith (of Perth County Conspiracy-fame!!) on vocals!)
The Visit (Quinland Road) M- / M- Can'1991 52.00
(early 90's (CD)  release by this most gifted canadian singer-songwriter lady treading british traditional acres w/her instrument, the harp! most songs have full-band accompaniment; comes w/booklet that has the lyrics and some photos;)
Scott McKenzie San Francisco (CBS) EX / VG+(+) Aus'196 65.00
(RARE aussie late 60's 7" 4-track E.P. by this one-hit-wonder performing definite Hippie anthem w/title-track (written by John Phillips) ...other 3 songs: "what's the difference", "like an old time movie" and "no, no, no, no, no"; has a nice pic-sleeve w/photo of Scott!)
Don McLean Homeless Brother (United Artists) EX / EX / Cc. U.S.'1974 42.00
(mid-70's U.S. orig. release of 5th album by U.S. Singer-Songwriter hitting the charts w/"american pie"; some moons earlier; feat. horn- & chamber-string-section; FOC w/inner-sleeve;)
Homeless Brother (United Artists) M- / EX U.S.'1974 52.00
(mid-70's U.S.orig. release of 5th album by U.S. Singer-Songwriter hitting the charts w/"american pie"; some moons earlier; feat. horn- & chamber-string-section; FOC w/inner-sleeve;)
F.J.McMahon Spirit Of The Golden Juice (No Label) M- / M- U.S.'1998 SOLD
(late 90's U.S. reprint (in simple paste-on sleeve) of late 60's release on the californian Accent Label! a wondrous slice of loner/ downer Singer-Songwriter galore sparklin' w/ meres of insight-ponder fade-glow magic ...a mind kindlin' lines for vision on the edge of getting on; fingers in motion a-pluckin' acoustic-wooden-box patterns in fevered, forlorn ways of gathering strenght for the road back home; a lonesome, lost phare outta dungeon-depths where an achin' shadow-play serves for only soulful sway... if there's a voice w/ a blurry eye it sure is this!! ...a lead-pickin' revealin' the restrained anger breedin' in the cloisters of a yearnful heart to the clamour of distant voices out on the skids of frozen halls... images of gone-astray efforts flowing abundant like the Niagara Falls...; songs of nine accomapanied w/ bass 'n drums... plus an eerie organ fakin' the antecipation of a break of day on "early blue" ...gone w/ the sparkles from the fevered shoulder of the blind fiddler! ...McMahon has a lot to say ...every word leavin' his mouth makes him dissolve into foam 'n haze ...whatta relief (this must have been)
Spirit Of The Golden Juice (No Label) - / M- U.S.'1998 95.00
(late 90's U.S. test-pressing (in black card-board-jacket) of the reprint of late 60's release on the californian Accent Label! a wondrous slice of loner/downer Singer-Songwriter galore sparklin' w/ meres of insight-ponder fade-glow magic ...a mind kindlin' lines for vision on the edge of getting on; fingers in motion a-pluckin' acoustic-wooden-box patterns in fevered, forlorn ways of gathering strenght for the road back home; a lonesome, lost phare outta dungeon-depths where an achin' shadow-play serves for only soulful sway ... if there's a voice w/ a blurry eye it sure is this!! ...a lead-pickin' revealin' the restrained anger breedin' in the cloisters of a yearnful heart to the clamour of distant voices out on the skids of frozen halls ...images of gone-astray efforts flowing abundant like the Niagara Falls...; songs of nine accomapanied w/ bass 'n drums ...plus an eerie organ fakin' the antecipation of a break of day on "early blue" ...gone w/ the sparkles from the fevered shoulder of the blind fiddler! ...McMahon has nothing to say ...every word leavin' his mouth makes him dissolve into foam 'n haze ...whatta relief (this must have been)
Victor McManemy Land Of The Free (Big Crossing) M / M- U.S.'1983 110.00
(early 80's U.S. print of beauty, melodic West-Coast Folk-Rock album out of Michigan; a breezy bag fraught w/myth-sparkles drawn from native indian acres & the message delivered is of a most poetic 'n deep social concern ("let's stop the tridents", "can you feel something growing?", "the storm"). ..breezy, melodic spree that doesn't bother to fondle the romancero moustache! full-band thing w/acoustic/electric guitars, femme voc-harmonies, bass... & keyboard on the epic, extended title-track; ...there are no drums but a distant pounding is ever-present! has a lyrics-insert!)
Land Of The Free (Big Crossing) SS / SS U.S.'1983 125.00
(early 80's U.S. print of beauty, melodic West-Coast Folk-Rock album out of Michigan; a breezy bag fraught w/myth-sparkles drawn from native indian acres & the message delivered is of a most poetic 'n deep social concern ("let's stop the tridents", "can you feel something growing?", "the storm") ...breezy,  melodic spree that doesn't bother to fondle the romancero moustache! full-band thing w/acoustic/ electric guitars, femme voc-harmonies, bass... & keyboard on the epic, extended title-track; ...there are no drums but a distant pounding is ever-present! has a lyrics-insert!)
Keith & Rusty McNeil Where Will The Children Play? (WEM) EX / EX U.S.'1975 110.00
(mis-70's U.S. privat-press of pastoral Folk-stringin' 'n singin' by femme/male duo performing this bag of songs (w/help from friends) woven with an arousing environmental challenge that's "bound to reawaken instincts for survival"; has a nice version of "buffalo skinners"; simple b&w card-board jacket (w/8-page insert booklet) that is autographed by the duo on the back;)
Paul McNeill Children Of The Storm (Scafe) M- / M- CH'1982 125.00
(early 80's privat swiss release of a strikin' Singer-Songwriter album by the same guy who released 2 excellent albums on the U.K. Decca label in the mid 60's!! ...windy, pastoral tapestries w/Chamber-like arrangements provided by swiss musicians... incl. acoustic guitars, bodhran, mandolin, bouzouki, violin, cello, flute, trumpet, morrocain drums; sombre, solemn melo-strayns evoking a haunting witchseason mood 'n poetic, forlorn lines from under the drifter's hood; tasty electric-lead-guitar licks on the stoned, ramble-fever induced "red eye blues"; all self-penned songs; shape of cover & disc is pristine!)
Children Of The Storm (Scafe) EX / M- CH'1982 110.00
(early 80's privat swiss release of a strikin' Singer-Songwriter album by the same guy who released 2 excellent albums on the U.K. Decca label in the mid 60's!! ...windy, pastoral tapestries w/Chamber-like arrangements provided by swiss musicians.., incl. acoustic guitars, bodhran, mandolin, bouzouki, violin, cello, flute, trumpet, morrocain drums; sombre, solemn melo-strayns evoking a haunting witchseason mood 'n poetic, forlorn lines from under the drifter's hood; tasty electric-lead-guitar licks on the stoned, ramble-fever induced "red eye blues"; all self-penned songs;)
Children Of The Storm (Scafe) EX / EX CH'1982 125.00
(early 80's privat swiss release of a strikin' Singer-Songwriter album by the same guy who released 2 excellent albums on the U.K. Decca label in the mid 60's!! ...windy, pastoral tapestries w/Chamber-like arrangements provided by swiss musicians ...incl. acoustic guitars, bodhran, mandolin, bouzouki, violin, cello, flute, trumpet, morrocain drums; sombre, solemn melo-strayns evoking a haunting witchseason mood 'n poetic, forlorn lines from under the drifter's hood; tasty electric-lead-guitar licks on the stoned, ramble-fever induced "red eye blues"; all self-penned songs and the front sleeve is autographed by Paul!)
Traditionally At The Troubadour (Decca) EX / VG++ U.K.'1966 175.00
(RARE orig. U.K. Mono print of LIVE album by british Folk-guitar stringer 'n singer that has been travelin' Europe from north to south & from west to east as a busker; ...the album starts out w/barroom-noises, you can sense the sweat 'n the foaming of the mugs 'n by the first strummed chord on the guitar, you are hooked!! ...mostly traditional songs performed... like "the keeper", "greenland whale", "wild mountain thyme" ...that has the whole congregation joining in w/ the singin'; 2 songs are performed w/ Trevor Lucas on his 12-string guitar of which "mother get up, unbar the door" is quite a haunting performance! ... the latter song is based on a poem by Charles Causeley just like it is the case with 'the nursery rhyme of innocence & experience' which serves for another hi-lyte as Paul creates a spyne-chillin' mood in his performance!! ...the cover has a great  live-picture of the artist and the back-cover is autographed by the latter!!)
Ralph McTell The Original (Transatlantic) EX / EX D'197 38.00
(70's german print of compilation album by legendary british Singer-Songman hitting it BIG w/ "streets of London" (included on this album)... also: "spiral staircase", "Kew gardens"...;)
This Is (Transatlantic) VG++ / EX D'1975 38.00
(mid-70's german print of compilation album by legendary british Singer-Songman hitting it BIG w/ "streets of London" (not feat. on this album) ...incl. "morning dew" (Tim Rose(?) "wait until the snow", "blues is more than 12 bars";)
You Well-Meaning Brought Me Here (Famous) VG++ / VG++ U.K.'1971 52.00
(early 70's orig. U.K. release (on EMI sub-label) by legendary british Singer-Songman hitting it BIG w/ "streets of London" (not incl. on this album) ...contributing musicians include Rick Wakeman, Caleb Quaye, Davey Johnson...; FOC w/lyrics printed on inside;)
James Lee Meadows Same (St.George Int.) VG+(+) / EX U.S.'1972 275.00
(early 70's orig. print of arranged, melodic, rural Folk-Rock-album; on same label as MERRY AIRBRAKES!! cover of "the weight" & "can't find my way home" (St. Winwood) ...his voice has that drifty, nasal-blown Dylan-edge; ...an album I have never seen offered anywhere...)
Melanie Ballroom Streets (Tomato) M- / M- / Co. U.S.'1978 42.00
(late 70's U.S.orig.print of live-in-studio double-set in FOC;)
Born To Be (Buddha) EX / EX U.S.'1969 38.00
(orig. U.S. print of debut album;incl. a version of "mr. tambourine man";FOC;)
Candles In The Rain (Buddha) EX / VG++ D'1970 Sold
(german print of early 70's effort; feat. the Edwin Hawkins Singers; FOC;)
Gather Me (Neighborhood) EX / EX U.S.'1971 42.00
(U.S. print (in nice FOC) of early 70's effort; feat. Johnny Pacheco on conga drum, Donald McDonald helps out on drums...;)
The Good Book (Buddha) EX / VG++ D'1971 Sold
(german print of early 70's effort; feat. Eric Weissberg, Vinny Bell, Hugh McCracken...;)
The Good Book (Buddha) EX / EX D'1971 38.00
(german print of early 70's effort; feat. Eric Weissberg, Vinny Bell, Hugh McCracken...; w/insert-sheet;)
Madrugada (Neighborhood) VG++ / VG+(+) / Co. U.S.'1974 Sold
(U.S. print of mid 70's effort; feat. Hugh McCracken...; w/inner-sleeve; FOC;)
Stoneground Words (Neighborhood) EX / M- U.S.'1972 55.00
(U.S. print of early 70's effort; feat. Hugh McCracken, Bill Keith (steel guitar) Donald McDonald,  Al Cohn (tenor sax)...; w/inner-sleeve (lyrics) & 5 photos for insert;  incl. "my rainbow race" , "I'm not a poet (night song) "together alone" ... ; FOC;)
Melissa Same (Decca) M- / M- U.S.'1970 65.00
(1970 orig. U.S. release by native guitar-stringin' songlady baskin' out on subtle, pastoral lines for songs feat. flute, strings, drums, piano, guitars...; chamber-like moves along, calm 'n shady coves; covers of "brother, can you spare a dime" & Lennon/McCartney's "I will"; Psychedelic-styled photo-sleeve;)
Same (Decca) EX / EX U.S.'1970 55.00
(1970 orig. U.S. release by native guitar-stringin' songlady baskin' out on subtle, pastoral lines for songs feat. flute, strings, drums, piano, guitars...; chamber-like moves along, calm 'n shady coves; covers of "brother, can you spare a dime" & Lennon/McCartney's "I will"; Psychedelic-styled photo-sleeve;)
Herb Metoyer Something New (Verve) M- / M- U.S.'196 95.00
(orig. U.S. mid-60's MONO-print of fine album by black, Louisiana-born Singer-Songwriter w/ a voice that combines the distant holler-grace of Terry Callier with the ripe branches of Don Crawford (swingin' on a higher tone though) plus a glimpse of a fevered ramble-strayn in the Dylan way of kindlin' a melodic spark ("five questions") ...simply structured bluesy, rustic Gospel-flavoured lines to acoustic guitar-stringin' 'n some bass; all self penned songs reekin' w/ some special ponder-phare! uncut cover!)
Something New (Verve) M- / M- U.S.'196 85.00
(orig.U.S. mid-60's Stereo-print of fine album by black, Louisiana-born Singer-Songwriter w/ a voice that combines the distant holler-grace of Terry Callier with the ripe branches of Don Crawford(swingin' on a higher tone though) plus a glimpse of a fevered ramble-strayn in the Dylan way of kindlin' a melodic spark ("five questions") ...simply structured bluesy, rustic Gospel-flavoured lines to acoustic guitar-stringin' 'n some bass; all self penned songs reekin' w/ some special ponder-phare! uncut cover!)
Something New (Verve) M- / EX / Co. U.S.'196 75.00
(orig. U.S. mid-60's MONO-print of fine album by black, Louisiana-born Singer-Songwriter w/ a voice that combines the distant holler-grace of Terry Callier with the ripe branches of Don Crawford (swingin' on a higher tone though) plus a glimpse of a fevered ramble-strayn in the Dylan way of kindlin' a semi-melodic spark ("five questions") ...simply structured bluesy, rustic Gospel-flavoured lines to acoustic guitar-stringin' 'n some bass; all self penned songs reekin' w/ some special ponder-phare!)
Something New (Verve) M- / M- / Co. U.S.'196 75.00
(orig. U.S. mid-60's stereo-print of fine album by black, Louisiana-born Singer-Songwriter w/ a voice that combines the distant holler-grace of Terry Callier with the ripe branches of Don Crawford(swingin' on a higher tone though) plus a glimpse of a fevered ramble-strayn in the Dylan way of kindlin' a melodic spark ("five questions") ...simply structured bluesy, rustic Gospel-flavoured lines to acoustic guitar-stringin' 'n some bass; all self penned songs reekin' w/ some special ponder-phare!)
Reinhard Mey Wie Vor Jahr Und Tag (Intercord) EX / EX D'197 34.00
(orig. german print of fine native Singer-Songwriter album in german tongue; scarce club edition print!)
Lucine Michaels Turning Point (Koinonia) EX / EX U.S.'197 95.00
(early 70's U.S. privat-press of Chamber-arranged Folk-Pop album by singer-songwriter lady from Illinois; dense textured scapes w/strings 'n brass, lofty vibes; fine production by Edward Baker who also arranged; has a nice, thick FOC w/lyrics to songs printed inside; the only album I've ever seen on this label!)
Shirl Milete Same (Poppy) SS / SS U.S.'197 95.00
(early 70's U.S. orig. release of mighty obscure Country-Folk gem by a guy w/that americana-ramblin' outlaw look, recording this at Bradley's Barn in Nashville; a voice of a rot-gut-wine burnt color 'n deep, expressive rumble arranged w/sugarbush strings on some songs; mostly self-penned w/a superb cover of Town Van Zandt's "big country blues", "I'll be here in the morning" (also T.V. Zandt) ...Dylan's "tomorrow is a long time", "nine pound hammer"; no info given as for line-ups... but you sure get an idea...; this album could easily be the rarest on the label!! still sealed;)
Same (Poppy) EX / EX U.S.'197 75.00
(early 70's U.S. orig. release of mighty obscure Country-Folk gem by a guy w/that americana-ramblin' outlaw look, recording this at Bradley's Barn in Nashville; a voice of a rot-gut-wine burnt color 'n deep, expressive rumble arranged w/sugarbush strings on some songs; mostly self-penned w/a superb cover of Town Van Zandt's "big country blues", "I'llbe here in the morning" (also T. V. Zandt", Dylan's "tomorrow is a long time", "nine pound hammer"; no info given as for line-ups... but you sure get an idea...; this album could easily be the rarest on the label!!)
Bill Miller Native Sons (Winspirit Music) EX / EX U.S.'1982 Sold
(early 80's U.S. privat-press of lofty, pastoral Folk-Rock wonder carried on wings feathered w/native indian dedicated lore in the lyrics; a haunting acoustic/electric blend w/ guitars, bass, percussion & airy violin lines rekindling some Fankhauser magic in spots (!) ...dense armouries, sky-bound harmonies & a strong lead-voice!production is superb as it keeps to an organic, natural lotion (many a mid-70's U.S. local release is famous for! ...this one is out of Wisconsin; this is the cassette-version!)
Joni Mitchell Shadows & Light (Asylum) EX / EX U.S.'1980 Sold
(orig. U.S. print in relief FOC; LIVE double-Lp recorded at the Santa Barbara County Bowl in sept. '79;)
Wild Things Run Fast (Geffen) EX / EX NL'1982 Sold
(early 80's holland print in FOC w/lyrics printed;)
Stephen Monahan Same (Kapp) EX / M- U.S.'1970 75.00
(orig. U.S white label PROMO MONO print of dreamy, melodic Folk-Pop venture w/brass 'n strings arrangements; there's an anglo-sort of paint in the melo-lines w/ some hints at David McWilliam's "Pearly Spencer" way of kindling the breeze; FOC;)
Same (Kapp) EX / EX / Co. U.S.'1970 65.00
(orig. U.S. print of dreamy, melodic Folk-Pop venture w/brass 'n strings arrangements; there's an anglo-sort of paint in the melo-lines w/ some hints at David McWilliam's "Pearly Spencer" way of kindling the breeze; FOC;)
Jerry Moore Life is A Constant Journey Home (Esp-Disk) VG+(+)(*) / EX U.S.'1967 125.00
(orig. U.S. print of GREAT release by black Singer-Songwriter/ Folk-poet treadin' 60's counter-cult paths w/jazzy wrangler moods 'n deep, soulful goods; laid-back swingin' guitar-licks by Eric Gale, Ralph McDonald on drums; incl. "this is my time" written by some David Perrett! ...a true gem of an album; he should have recorded an album w/ Fred Neil!! (*) bottom-right corner (of sleeve) is starting to fray!)
Les Moore Yesterday (Natural) EX / EX U.S.'197 125.00
(mid-70's U.S. release of loner/downer Coffee-House Folk-stringin' barde from New Orleans; he performed frequently LIVE at The Warehouse warming up for acts/bands like The Allman Bros., Cat Stevens, Jethro Tull...etc.; this is a direct-to-2-track home-recording w/ sparse 12-string guitar strummin' w/ most expressive voice (sorta cross 'tween Tim Buckley  & Don Daly!) ...feat. an extended version of "a day in the life" (Lennon/ McCartney) where Les is brewin' up lysergick chord-chases 'n touching some freezy existential spark! simple card-board jacket w/ the artist's portrait on front; the back has a photo-collage 'n liner-rumbles;)
Ron Moore Wilmore (Airborn) EX / EX U.S.'1971 110.00
(gently, driftin' Folk-bag w/all acoustic colors on 6- & 12-string guitars, piano, bass, percussion and airy voc-harmonies; x-ian overtones and comes w/lyrics-insert; first print;)
Van Morrison Tupelo Honey (Warner Brothers) EX / EX U.S.'1971 Sold
(orig. U.S. green label first print of early 70's effort; incl. "old old Woodstock"; FOC;)
Veedon Fleece (Warner Brothers) EX / EX D'1974 Sold
(german 2nd print of mid 70's effort;)
Wavelength (Warner Brothers) EX / EX D'1978 Sold
(german print of late 70's effort;w/lyrics-inner-sleeve;)
Geoff Muldaur Is Having A Wonderful Time (Reprise) EX / EX U.S.'1975 55.00
(mid-70's U.S. release by legendary 60's Singer-Songwriter takin' some wacko painted bend here w/ full band venture feat. John Cale on viola, Ron Carter(b) Maria Muldaur, Pretty Purdie, Bill Keith, w/brass section feat. Howard Johnson... plus... plus... and Cornell Dupree cranks a mighty fine axe on the bloozed "why should I live you?" ...there's good-timey strollin' w/Music-Hall moods 'n gone-w/the-last-rays moonshiner swellin' on "Tennessee Blues" feat. Richard Thompson on guitar; funky, brass-rockin' khool w/great lead-guitar on "high blood pressure" (Huey "Piano" Smith & John Vincent)
Maria Muldaur Same (Reprise) M- / EX U.S.'1973 52.00
(orig. U.S. print of debut solo-album by renowned Singer-Songwriter lady; arranged, bluesy, barstool-waggin' tunes w/funky, laid-back moves 'n Country-fied grooves; full-band backing feat. such greats as Ry Cooder, Richard Greene, Bill Keith, Dr. John, David Grisman, Jim Keltner, Amos Garrett, Clarence White...; covers of "the work song" (Kate McGarrigle) "any old time" (Jimmie Rodgers) "three dollar bill" (Dr. John) FOC w/line-ups to songs and pictures of the participating musicians;)
Southern Winds (Warner Brothers) M- / M- / Co. U.S.'1978 42.00
(late 70's album by renowned Singer-Songwriter lady; arranged, bluesy, barstool-waggin' tunes w/loungy, laid-back moods; Les Dudek plays slide guitar, Dave Burgin on harmonica, Jim Horn & Ernie Watts in the brass-section; cover of "cajun moon" (J. J. Cale) Rory Block's "I got a man", a few Leon Russell songs also being performed;)
Bruce Murdoch 33 1/3 Revolutions Per Minute (Stormy Forest) EX / EX U.S.'1970 65.00
(orig. U.S. release by 60's "Village"- Folk-hero delivering a haunting bag full of 60's Counter-Cult/ Hippie-vibes as for topic manifest aiming at the dogs of war; flashing back to mid- 6T's hey-daze w/dense electric/ acoustic Folk-Rock armouries (dreamy, melodic sceneries) reviving some Tom Rapp/ Pearls Before Swine magic; Monte Dunn cranks a subtle lead-guitar w/lofty fuzz-tone kolorz, Dave Mason on piano, Bill LaVorgna on drums; all self-penned songs incl. "to Angela", "Che Guevara", "lets lay down our drums"; ...album title will have to be changed for a possible CD- or other release(?!) ...promo print;)
33 1/3 Revolutions Per Minute (Stormy Forest) M- / M- U.S.'1970 75.00
(orig. U.S. release by 60's "Village"Folk-hero delivering a haunting bag full of 60's Counter-Cult/Hippie-vibes as for topic manifest aiming at the dogs of war; flashing back to mid-6T's hey-daze w/dense electric/ acoustic Folk-Rock armouries (dreamy, melodic sceneries) reviving some Tom Rapp/Pearls Before Swine magic; Monte Dunn cranks a subtle lead-guitar w/lofty fuzz-tone kolorz, Dave Mason on piano, Bill LaVorgna on drums; all self-penned songs incl. "to Angela", "Che Guevara", "lets lay down our drums"; ...album title will have to be changed for a possible CD- or other release(?!) promo print;)
Lee Murdock The Grand Departure (Depot) EX / EX U.S.'1980 75.00
(orig. U.S. release by Illinois Singer/Songwriter/Folk-poet shakin' some proud irish feathers as for simple 12-string-guitar strummed lore; bluesy edges on "St.James Infirmary" & Merle Travis' "sixteen tons";)

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