Brown, Mel

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Brown, Mel - Blues For We Blues For We
Jazz Used - LP AS 9180 Impulse
Beautiful 1969 Laminated Gatefold Original.... more details
 
Brown, Mel - Eighteen Pounds Of Unclean Chitlins Eighteen Pounds Of Unclean Chitlins
Blues New - LP BLS 6064 Bluesway
Sealed 1973 Original Featuring Herb Ellis, Paul Humphrey, Cliff Coulter And Others. Rated A 9 By Hip Wax!... more details
 
Brown, Mel - I'd Rather Suck My Thumb I'd Rather Suck My Thumb
Jazz New - LP AS 9186 Impulse
Sealed 1969 Laminated Gatefold Original. Features Clifford Coulter, Johnny Carswell, Matthew Kelly, Bob West, Greg Ferber.... more details
 
Brown, Mel - Big Foot Country Girl Big Foot Country Girl
Jazz Used - LP AS 9249 Impulse
Beautiful 1973 Gatefold Original. Promo Sticker On Cover. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Brown, Mel - Wizard Wizard
Funk New - LP A 9169 Impulse
Factory Sealed 1968 Gatefold Original, Small COH.... more details
 
Brown, Mel - Chicken Fat Chicken Fat
Jazz New - LP A 9152 Impulse
Sealed, Laminated Gatefold Stereo Original, Tiny Cut Out Hole. “Guitarist Mel Brown Is Hailed As "An Impulse! Discovery" On Chicken Fat, His Debut For The Label, And This Album Does Feature A Fantastic Unique Sound. Brown Played In The Bands Of T-Bone Walker And John Lee Hooker, And Has An Aggressive (Though Not Harsh) Single-String Picking Style. For This Date He Is Paired With Either Herb Ellis Or Arthur Wright On Guitar, Gerald Wiggins On Organ, And Brown's Regular Rhythm Section Of Paul Humphrey On Drums And Ronald Brown On Electric Bass. There Are A Couple Tracks That Are Played As Pretty Straight Blues, But This Is A Hoppin' Soul-Jazz Date. The Tunes Are Bouncy And Funky, And Brown's Playing Is A Real Treat. His Bluesy, Almost Reckless Soloing Gives A Vastly Different Flavor That The Playing Of Guys Like Grant Green Or Melvin Sparks. Gerald Wiggins' Organ Playing Is Cool And Swinging, And The Electric Bass Of Ronald Brown Makes This Album About As Funky As Impulse Ever Got. Both Herb Ellis And Arthur Wright Get Some Solo Space As Well, With Ellis Sounding Quite Interesting Playing An Unamplified 12-String On A Couple Cuts. Brown Gets Some Nice Tones As Well, And On "Hobo Flats" Plays "An Electronic Guitar With Wah-Wah Distortion" (Remember, This Is 1967 Jazz) "That Gives A Weird Shimmering Sound," According To The Liner Notes. Leave It To Impulse! To Put A New Spin On The Guitar/Organ Sound. This Is Hot Stuff.” Sean Westergaard, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Brown, Mel - Mel Brown's Fifth Mel Brown's Fifth
Blues New - LP AS 9209 Impulse
Sealed 1971 Gatefold Original Featuring John H. Brown, Clifford Coulter, Jimmy Davis, Onion Miller, Jee Osbourne, Carle Vickers And Others. Tiny COH, Light Wear At Bottom And Top Of Jacket Where Shrink Has Torn.... more details
 
Brown, Mel - Mel Brown's Fifth Mel Brown's Fifth
Blues Used - LP AS 9208 Impulse
1971 Gatefold Original Featuring John H. Brown, Clifford Coulter, Jimmy Davis, Onion Miller, Jee Osbourne, Carle Vickers And Others. Tiny COH. LP Is Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
Brown, Mel - Mel Brown's Fifth Mel Brown's Fifth
Blues Used - LP AS 9209 Impulse
1971 Gatefold Original Featuring John H. Brown, Clifford Coulter, Jimmy Davis, Onion Miller, Jee Osbourne, Carle Vickers And Others. Gatefold Has A Hint Of Ring Wear, LP Appears Unplayed. A Classic Blues-Soul-Funk Rarity.... more details
 
Brown, Mel - Mel Brown's Fifth Mel Brown's Fifth
Blues Used - LP AS 9209 Impulse
1971 Gatefold Original With Promo Sticker On Front Cover. Rear Cover Has A Hint Of Wear Near Bottom, Hence Price.... more details
 
Brown, Mel - Chicken Fat Chicken Fat
Jazz Used - LP A 9152 Impulse
1967 Laminated Gatefold Stereo Original. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. “Guitarist Mel Brown Is Hailed As "An Impulse! Discovery" On Chicken Fat, His Debut For The Label, And This Album Does Feature A Fantastic Unique Sound. Brown Played In The Bands Of T-Bone Walker And John Lee Hooker, And Has An Aggressive (Though Not Harsh) Single-String Picking Style. For This Date He Is Paired With Either Herb Ellis Or Arthur Wright On Guitar, Gerald Wiggins On Organ, And Brown's Regular Rhythm Section Of Paul Humphrey On Drums And Ronald Brown On Electric Bass. There Are A Couple Tracks That Are Played As Pretty Straight Blues, But This Is A Hoppin' Soul-Jazz Date. The Tunes Are Bouncy And Funky, And Brown's Playing Is A Real Treat. His Bluesy, Almost Reckless Soloing Gives A Vastly Different Flavor That The Playing Of Guys Like Grant Green Or Melvin Sparks. Gerald Wiggins' Organ Playing Is Cool And Swinging, And The Electric Bass Of Ronald Brown Makes This Album About As Funky As Impulse Ever Got. Both Herb Ellis And Arthur Wright Get Some Solo Space As Well, With Ellis Sounding Quite Interesting Playing An Unamplified 12-String On A Couple Cuts. Brown Gets Some Nice Tones As Well, And On "Hobo Flats" Plays "An Electronic Guitar With Wah-Wah Distortion" (Remember, This Is 1967 Jazz) "That Gives A Weird Shimmering Sound," According To The Liner Notes. Leave It To Impulse! To Put A New Spin On The Guitar/Organ Sound. This Is Hot Stuff.” Sean Westergaard, All Music Guide.... more details
 

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