Country H-M

Artist Title (Label) Cover / Record / Co. Released Price CHF
Merle Haggard A Friend In California (Epic) M- / M- NL'1986 34.00*
(dutch print of mid-80's release by legendary Country songman; band-accompaniment w/brass;)
Mama Tried (Capitol) EX / M- U.S.'196 28.00*
(red-label 3rd print of classic 60's Country-album; incl. title-track plus "Folsom Prison Blues";)
Paul Hann High Test (Stony Plain) M / M- U.S.'1980 42.00
(early 80's U.S. release of Live-in-Concert album by canadian artist; a pack of fancy finger-runs on his 12-string acoustic guitar 'n a shot of humour outta jug of fully matured, premium quality...;)
Harper Waitin' Here Til' Morning (No Label) EX / EX U.S.'197 110.00
(early 70's (?) U.S. privat-release of breezy, melodic Country-Folk-Rock album w/full-band sound incl. steel- pedal, piano, clavechord, 6- & 12-string guitars, e-guitar (great lead-pickin' on "I'll be here")banjo...; covers of "Me and Bobbie McGhee", John Prine's "blue umbrella", ...a kick-ass version of Jimmy Buffet's "the peanut butter conspiracy" w/dashin' steel-work! thick card-board sleeve (reekin' w/ that local-press-charm (no info given where from) ... autographed by the artist on front!!)
Emmylou Harris Angel Band (Warner Brothers) EX / EX U.S.'1987 Sold
(mid-80's effort by U.S.Country-Folk-Rock lady; orig.U.S. print;)
Blue Kentucky Girl (Warner Brothers) EX / M- D'1979 Sold
(late 70's effort by U.S.Country-Folk-Rock lady; german print w/inner-bag)
Bluebird (Reprise) M- / M- D'1989 Sold
(late 80's effort by U.S.Country-Folk-Rock lady; orig.german print w/inner-sleeve;)
Cimarron (Warner Brothers) EX / EX D'1981 28.00*
(early 80's effort by U.S. Country-Folk-Rock lady; cover of Poco's "rose of Cimarron"; german print w/inner-sleeve;)
Elite Hotel (Reprise) EX / M- D'1975 Sold
(mid-70's effort by U.S. Country-Folk-Rock lady; 2 Gram Parsons covers; german orig. print;)
Elite Hotel (Reprise) EX / EX U.S.'1975 28.00*
(mid-70's effort by U.S. Country-Folk-Rock lady; 2 Gram Parsons covers;)
Elite Hotel (Reprise) EX / EX Can'1975 28.00*
(mid-70's effort by U.S.Country-Folk-Rock lady; 2 Gram Parsons covers; orig. canadian print;)
Evangeline (Warner Brothers) EX / EX Can'1981 Sold
(early 80's effort by U.S. Country-Folk-Rock lady; orig. canadian print w/inner-sleeve;)
Last Date (Warner Brothers) EX / M- D'1982 28.00*
(early 80's effort by U.S. Country-Folk-Rock lady; cover of Neil Young's "long may you run"; german print w/inner-sleeve;)
Light Of The Stable (Warner Brothers) EX / M- D'1979 28.00*
(late 70's effort by U.S. Country-Folk-Rock lady; her christmas album(...'cause everybody's gotta do a christmas album someday!) german print;)
Luxury Liner (Warner Brothers) EX / VG++ U.K.'1977 Sold
(mid-70's effort by U.S. Country-Folk-Rock lady; covers of title track(Gram Parsons) "you never can tell" (Chuck Berry);orig. U.K. print; w/inner-sleeve;)
Luxury Liner (Warner Brothers) EX / M- Can'1977 28.00*
(mid-70's effort by U.S. Country-Folk-Rock lady; covers of title track(Gram Parsons) "you never can tell" (Chuck Berry) orig. canadian print;)
Pieces Of The Sky (Reprise) EX / EX D'1975 Sold
(mid-70's effort by U.S. Country-Folk-Rock lady; covers of "bottle let me down (Merle Haggard) "Queen of the dollar" (Shel Silverstein) orig. german print;)
Pieces Of The Sky (Reprise) EX / EX U.S.'1975 28.00*
(mid-70's effort by U.S. Country-Folk-Rock lady; covers of "bottle let me down (Merle Haggard) "Queen of the dollar" (Shel Silverstein) orig.U.S. print;)
Quarter Moon In A Ten Cent Town (Warner Brothers) EX / EX Can'1978 Sold
(late 70's effort by U.S. Country-Folk-Rock lady; canadian orig. issue;)
Roses In The Snow (Warner Brothers) EX / EX D'1980 34.00*
(early 80's effort by U.S. Country-Folk-Rock lady; great cover of "wayfaring stranger" w/Albert Lee pickin' a fine mandolin; german print w/inner-sleeve;)
Thirteen (Warner Brothers) EX / EX D'1986 Sold
(mid-80's effort by U.S. Country-Folk-Rock lady; orig.german print;)
White Shoes (Warner Brothers) M- / EX D'1983 Sold
(early 80's effort by U.S. Country-Folk-Rock lady; orig. german print w/inner-sleeve;)
John Hartford Nobody Knows What You Do (Flying Fish) EX / EX U.S.'1976 42.00
(mid-70's effort by renowned studio-/session-fiddle-champ; recorded in Nashville w/Jimmy Colvard on electric & flat-top guitar, Dale Sellers, David Briggs on piano, Buddy Emmons on steel, Sam Bush on mandolin...; some refreshingly bent wacko-strayns on his voice like on the rather boxed "Granny wontcha smoke some marijuana"; top production job keepin' things down to natural bones!)
Bru Hau And The Sawmill Creek Band Barely Gettin' By (Cowboy) EX / VG++ U.S.'1981 110.00
(orig. U.S. early 80's release of excellent Country Folk-Rock breezer item from Wyoming(!) ...flying steel-pedal, banjo, dobro, guitars, bass 'n drums; gentle flowing melodies flashing back to the early 70's as for sound 'n vision; this band released an album as Sawmill Creek in '78 entitled "wild western windblown band" ...this one is of a similar calibre, housed in beauty FOC w/a color-splashing painting; autographed on the inside;)
The Hillmen Same (Sugar Hill) EX / EX U.S.'1981 32.00
(early 80's U.S. reprint of this legendary 60's Blues-Grass/Country-Folk Classic feat. the Gosdin Brothers and a young Chris Hillman (of later BYRDS-fame) ...covers of Dylan's "when the ship comes in" & "fare thee well"; orig. issued on Together Records
Hot Rize Traditional Ties (Sugar Hill) M / M- U.S.'1985 42.00
(U.S. orig. print of fine Bluegrass sounds in the 80's; many a trad-americana classic gettin' a contemporary treat here... "John Henry", "hear Jerusalem moan", "lost John"...; recorded in Denver, Colorado;)
Ray Wylie Hubbard Off The Wall (Lone Star) EX / EX / Co. U.S.'1978 38.00
(late 70's U.S. release by texan Country-Folk Songwriter w/full-band spree feat. Ron Dawson, Rick Fowler, Bugs Henderson, Larry White on dobro & steel guitar, Naomi Eisenberg sings back-up; incl."redneck mother", Tony Joe White's "saturday night" rocks out!!)
Wanda Jackson Cream Of The Crop (Capitol) EX / EX / Co. U.S.'196 42.00*
(black/rainbow label stereo print; incl. Merle Haggard's "swinging doors";)
The Kentucky Colonels The New Sound Of Bluegrass America (Briar) M- / M- U.S.'196 95.00
(late 60's U.S. orig. issue of stone-CLASSIC Bluegrass item feat. Clarence White of later BYRDS-fame! Joe Maphis contributes some liner-notes;)
Gary Kirkland As Is With Remnants Of Buzzard Creek & Other Yahoos (Rank Buzzard Music) M- / EX U.S.'1977 75.00
(late 70's U.S. print of top-notch Bluegrass/Country-sweepin' piece by guitar-picker out of Kansas; full band spree w/fiddles, banjo, bass, percussion, kazoo, mandolin...; great renditions of songs like "you win again" (Hank Williams) "blues in the bottle" (John Sebastian) his own, semi-autobiographical "gone to California", "foggy mountain breakdown" (E. Scruggs) ...Gary's got a wailin' voice that seems to charm 'em Mountain-Music trolls w/black-mailed  moonbeams out of Jimmie Rodger's secret stash;)
Plain & Fancy (Rank Buzzard Music) M- / M- U.S.'1983 75.00
(early 80's U.S. print of top-notch Bluegrass/Country-sweepin' piece by guitar-picker out of Kansas; full band spree w/pianette, fiddles, banjo, bass, percussion, mandolin...; ace version (best 'un I've ever heard!) of "the L&N don't stop here anymore" w/haunting dobro lines 'n Gary's wailin' lead-voice that seems to charm 'em Mountain-Music trolls w/black-mailed  moonbeams out of Jimmie Rodger's secret stash; ...sound/production is of an early 70's dimension... spreadin' natural colors;)
Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver Heavenly Treasures (Sugar Hill) M / M U.S.'1983 42.00
(U.S. print of fine Bluegrass album w/Mike Auldridge guesting on pedal steel on 2 selections; ...has some x-ian overtones;)
Once & For Always (Sugar Hill) M / M U.S.'1985 42.00
(U.S. print of fine Bluegrass album w/Mike Auldridge guesting on dobro 'n pedal steel; cover of "Carolina in the pines" (M. Murphy)
Jerry Lee Lewis Another Place Another Time (Smash) EX / EX / Co. U.S.'196 52.00*
(hot-buttered Country-thing by legendary rockin' "Killer"; red-label orig. print;)
Ole Tyme Country Music (Sun) EX / EX U.S.'197 28.00*
(70's U.S.preprint incl. "deep elem blues";)
She Even Woke Me Up To Say Goodbye (Smash) EX / M- / Co. U.S.'196 52.00*
(hot-buttered Country-thing by legendary rockin' "Killer" ...stealin' back to his ol' used-to-be w/ some rockin' Boogie thrown in; red-label orig. print;)
Who's Gonna Play This Old Piano(Think About It Darlin') (Mercury) EX / EX / Co. U.S.'1972 42.00*
(hot-buttered Country-thing by legendary rockin' "Killer" ...stealin' back to his ol' used-to-be w/ some rockin' Boogie thrown in; red-label orig. print;)
Lincoln County Partners Water So Cold (Lamon) EX / EX / Cc. U.S.'1981 42.00
(early 80's U.S. release of breezy Bluegrass piece by North Carolina sextet bein' on the Country-pickin' 'n fiddlin' trails for 20 years! covers of  "cabib home on the hill" (L.Flatt/B.Monroe), "blue moon of Kentucky;)
Lodestar Same (Flat) VG++ / EX U.S.'1976 95.00
(U.S. nortwest Country-Folk-Rock w/ a POCO-ish touch in the melodies/vocs, pedal-steel, 12-/6-string guitars(acoustic/ electric) ...extra-tasty leads on the "shipload"-track, fiddle & piano plus banjo; b&w cardboard sleeve w/ band pictured in sleepy-siesta on some Oregon back-porch;)
This Oregon Country (Flat) EX / M- U.S.'1981 75.00
(follow-up album some years later w/different steel/dobro/guitar player in the line-up; deamy, melodic Country-Folk-Rock with Oregon-state for a conceptual theme; nice FOC w/writing on inner-fold;)
Mark And Dale Second Generation Nashville (Flying High) M- / M- U.S.'1978 65.00
(late 70's U.S. release on same label (based in Ft. Worth, Tx) that flung out Bugs Henderson, The Oklahoma Thunder Band ... etc. an ace package of breezy Country-Folk-Rock by Dale Maphis & Mark Jones w/ full-band backing feat. steel, dobro, fiddles, banjo ... etc. has some femme back-ups 'n lead-voice by Alisa Jones; great electric/acoustic rendition of "orange blossom special";)
Leon McAuliffe And His Western Swing Band
Columbia Historic Edition (Columbia) M- / EX U.S.'1984 Sold
(mid-80's U.S.release of recordings from the late 40's/early 50's;)
Charlie McCoy The Fastest Harp In The South (Monument) EX / EX U.S.'1974 52.00
(mid-70's U.S. orig. gold-label quadraphonic-print of hot-buttered solo-thing by master harp-player backed by Ken Buttrey, Bob Moore, Joe Allen, David Briggs, Pete Wade, Weldon Myrick ... & many more! ace version of "rollin' in my sweet baby's arms";)
Stone Fox Chase (Monument) EX / EX U.K.'1977 42.00
(another fine slice of Nashville-Sound-Harp-blowin'...; incl. "Louisiana man", "me and Bobby McGee",  "delta dawn" ... the song that changed Tanya Tucker from a 13-year-old schoolgirl into a superstar; ... here's Charlie's solo-version; orig. U.K. print;)
Bill Monroe 16 All-Time Greatest Hits (Columbia) EX / EX U.S.'197 32.00*
(early 70's U.S.orange label 2nd print of 60's album;)
And Stars Of The Bluegrass Hall Of Fame (MCA) EX / EX U.S.'1985 28.00*
(mid-80's U.S.release; incl. The Seldom Scene & The Osborne Brothers;)
Blue Grass Time (MCA) EX / EX U.S.'197 34.00*
(70's U.S. re-release of mid-60's album orig.released on Decca;)
Bluegrass Instrumentals (MCA) EX / M- U.S.'197 34.00*
(70's U.S. re-release of 60's album orig.released on Decca;)
Mr. Blue Grass (MCA) EX / M- U.S.'197 34.00*
(70's U.S. re-release of 60's album orig. released on Decca;)
Bill Monroe, Lester Flatt & Earl Scruggs
The Original Bluegrass Band (Rounder Special Series) M- / M- U.S.'1978 34.00*
(late 70's orig. U.S. release by legendary Bluegrass heroes;)
Muleskinner Same (Ridge Runner) EX / EX U.S.'1978 52.00
(late 70's U.S. reprint of orig. '74 Warner Brothers release of truly fascinating Progressive americana Bluegrass mayhem feat. Peter Rowan, Clarence White (who passed away before the first release of this album!) Bill Keith, David Grisman & Richard Greene! ... recorded in 1970 as a projected "father of Bluegrass and his sons" -thing for KCET television in L.A... well, the father's bus (talkin' 'bout Bill Monroe" here) broke down on its way to the show, so Muleskinner explored the prairie on their own! ...a simply amazing performance takin' off on trad-adapted goods like "dark hollow", "rain & snow" (also known as "cold rain on snow") Peter Rowan's orig. "runaways of the moon" (co-written w/Jim Roberts, when still together in Seatrain) ...a beauty ballad w/ Clarence's tasty lead-guit licks, Richard's electric violin magic 'n Peter's wailin' melo-voice piercing the fade-glow in plains of americana-saga-wilderness! David Grisman's "opus 57 in G minor" sets controls for some exciting Dawg Music to burst upon the american Folk-scene later down the line!! ...this album enrolls carpets for another great thing to come under the name of  Old & In The Way... but in 1970 I'd call it  "Young & In The Hay"!)
Same (Warner Brothers) EX / EX U.S.'1974 95.00
(orig. U.S. mid-70's release of truly fascinating Progressive americana Bluegrass mayhem feat. Peter Rowan, Clarence White (who passed away before the first release of this album!) Bill Keith, David Grisman & Richard Greene! ...recorded in 1970 as a projected "father of Bluegrass and his sons" -thing for KCET television in L.A  ...well, the father's bus (talkin' 'bout Bill Monroe" here) broke down on its way to the show, so Muleskinner explored the prairie on their own! ...a simply amazing performance takin' off on trad-adapted goods like "dark hollow", "rain & snow" (also known as "cold rain on snow") Peter Rowan's orig. "runaways of the moon" (co-written w/Jim Roberts, when still together in Seatrain) ...a beauty ballad w/ Clarence's tasty lead-guit licks, Richard's electric violin magic 'n Peter's wailin' melo-voice piercing the fade-glow in plains of americana-saga-wilderness! David Grisman's"opus 57 in G minor" sets controls for some exciting "Dawg Music" to burst upon the american Folk-scene later down the line!! ...this album enrolls carpets for another great thing to come by Old & In The Way ...but in 1970 I'd call it "Young & In The Hay"!)

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