Delaney & Bonnie

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Delaney & Bonnie - Accept No Substitute Accept No Substitute
Pop Used - LP EKS 74039 Elektra
1969 Brown Label Original. Features Bobby Keys, Leon Russell, Rita Coolidge, Bobby Whitlock, Jim Keltner And Others. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Delaney & Bonnie - D&B Together D&B Together
Pop Used - LP KC 31377 Columbia
Hard To Find 1972 LP In Shrink, CC.... more details
 
Delaney & Bonnie  - D&B Together D&B Together
Pop Used - LP KC 31377 Columbia
1972 Original. Radio Station Timing Strip On Front Cover. Feature Duane Allman, Sam Clayton, Bobby Womack And Others. ... more details
 
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Original Delaney & Bonnie & Friends
Pop Used - LP EKS-7 4039 Elektra
Red Label, Second Issue.... more details
 
Delaney & Bonnie - Home Home
Pop New - LP STS 2026 Stax
Sealed, Rare 1969 Yellow Label Original. “Delaney & Bonnie's Brand Of Soul-Rock Was Firmly In Place By The Time Of This 1969 Album, The Only One They Recorded For Stax. Their Following Albums Would Gain Greater Exposure, But There's Not Much Difference Between This Record And Those Subsequent Efforts, Except Perhaps That This Is More Soul-Oriented And Less Rock-Oriented. That's Not Too Surprising Considering That Members Of Booker T. & The MG's Are Playing On Most Of The Cuts, Though A Few Were Done In Hollywood With Leon Russell On Keyboards And Carl Radle On Bass. The Material Was A Mixture Of Original Songs And Compositions From Top Stax Writers Such As Steve Cropper, Isaac Hayes, And David Porter, Though Generally The Songs Weren't As Grittily Powerful Or Memorably Hook-Laden At The Best Stuff To Come Out Of Stax In The Late '60s. The Cover Of "Piece Of My Heart" Was Bound To Pass Relatively Unnoticed In The Wake Of Janis Joplin's Wrenching Hit Cover Of The Song (With Big Brother & The Holding Company), And "Hard To Say Goodbye" Seems Like An Attempt To Push Their Sound In A Slightly Poppier Direction, Though Not At All A Bad One.” Richie Unterberger, AMG.... more details
 
Delaney & Bonnie - Home Home
Pop New - LP RCF 1005 Stax
Sealed 1983 Italian Reissue.... more details
 
Delaney & Bonnie - Genesis Genesis
Pop New - LP GNPS 2054 GNP Crescendo
Factory Sealed Stereo.... more details
 
Delaney & Bonnie - D & B Together D & B Together
Pop New - LP KC 31377 Columbia
Sealed 1972 Stereo Original.... more details
 
Delaney & Bonnie - Home Home
Pop New - LP STS 2026 Stax
Sealed 1969 Stereo Original. “Delaney & Bonnie's Brand Of Soul-Rock Was Firmly In Place By The Time Of This 1969 Album, The Only One They Recorded For Stax. Their Following Albums Would Gain Greater Exposure, But There's Not Much Difference Between This Record And Those Subsequent Efforts, Except Perhaps That This Is More Soul-Oriented And Less Rock-Oriented. That's Not Too Surprising Considering That Members Of Booker T. & The MG's Are Playing On Most Of The Cuts, Though A Few Were Done In Hollywood With Leon Russell On Keyboards And Carl Radle On Bass. The Material Was A Mixture Of Original Songs And Compositions From Top Stax Writers Such As Steve Cropper, Isaac Hayes, And David Porter, Though Generally The Songs Weren't As Grittily Powerful Or Memorably Hook-Laden At The Best Stuff To Come Out Of Stax In The Late '60s. The Cover Of "Piece Of My Heart" Was Bound To Pass Relatively Unnoticed In The Wake Of Janis Joplin's Wrenching Hit Cover Of The Song (With Big Brother & The Holding Company), And "Hard To Say Goodbye" Seems Like An Attempt To Push Their Sound In A Slightly Poppier Direction, Though Not At All A Bad One.” - Richie Unterberger, All Music Guide... more details
 
Delaney & Bonnie - Best Of Best Of
Pop New - LP SD 7014 Atco
Sealed 1972 Heavy Vinyl Original Pressing.... more details
 
Delaney & Bonnie - Home Home
Pop Used - LP STS 2026 Stax
1969 Yellow Label Deep Groove Original With COH. Vinyl Appears Glossy, Unplayed. Cover Is VG+, Hence Price. “Delaney & Bonnie's Brand Of Soul-Rock Was Firmly In Place By The Time Of This 1969 Album, The Only One They Recorded For Stax. Their Following Albums Would Gain Greater Exposure, But There's Not Much Difference Between This Record And Those Subsequent Efforts, Except Perhaps That This Is More Soul-Oriented And Less Rock-Oriented. That's Not Too Surprising Considering That Members Of Booker T. & The MG's Are Playing On Most Of The Cuts, Though A Few Were Done In Hollywood With Leon Russell On Keyboards And Carl Radle On Bass. The Material Was A Mixture Of Original Songs And Compositions From Top Stax Writers Such As Steve Cropper, Isaac Hayes, And David Porter, Though Generally The Songs Weren't As Grittily Powerful Or Memorably Hook-Laden At The Best Stuff To Come Out Of Stax In The Late '60s. The Cover Of "Piece Of My Heart" Was Bound To Pass Relatively Unnoticed In The Wake Of Janis Joplin's Wrenching Hit Cover Of The Song (With Big Brother & The Holding Company), And "Hard To Say Goodbye" Seems Like An Attempt To Push Their Sound In A Slightly Poppier Direction, Though Not At All A Bad One.” Richie Unterberger, AMG.... more details
 
Delaney & Bonnie - Accept No Substitute Accept No Substitute
Pop Used - LP EKS 74039 Elektra
Beautiful 1969 Red Label Heavy Vinyl 2nd Issue Still In Shrink Wrap With Custom Inner Sleeve. Features Bobby Keys, Leon Russell, Rita Coolidge, Bobby Whitlock, Jim Keltner And Others.... more details
 
Delaney & Bonnie - Accept No Substitute Accept No Substitute
Pop Used - LP EKS 74039 Elektra
Beautiful 1969 Red Label Heavy Vinyl 2nd Issue. Features Bobby Keys, Leon Russell, Rita Coolidge, Bobby Whitlock, Jim Keltner And Others. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Delaney & Bonnie - Accept No Substitute Accept No Substitute
Pop Used - LP P-4531E Warner
1978 Japanese Pressing With Obi And English Lyrics Insert. LP Appears New, Unplayed. “While Delaney & Bonnie Will Be Forever Associated With Eric Clapton And Layla & Other Assorted Love Songs, The Couple, Along With A Loose Association Of Friends, Recorded A Number Of Classics In Their Own Right. Released In 1969, Accept No Substitute Contained The Same Blend Of Soul And Rock & Roll That Would Show Up On Layla The Following Year. While The Production, As Matthew Greenwald Points Out In The Liner Notes, Has A "Pop Sheen," Delaney & Bonnie's Earthy Vocals, Along With The Band's Rhythm & Blues Assault, Nonetheless Dictate The Proceedings. The Horn Section And Expressive Guitar Create A Lovely Mix On "Get Ourselves Together" And "Someday," Giving The Listener A Taste Of What Gospel Might Sound Like If Performed By A Good '60s Rock Band. This Religious Connection Is Even More Predominate On "Soldiers Of The Cross," A Piece Of Lyrical Fundamentalism That Would Fit Quite Comfortably Into A Baptist Choir's Repertoire. This Isn't To Infer That Accept No Substitute Is Pious In Any Way; Only That Delaney & Bonnie And Their Friends Add A Spiritual Quality To The Music They Perform. One Also Shouldn't Miss The Imaginative "Ghetto," A Song That Cleverly Combines Soulful Piano With Strings. For Those Unfamiliar With Delaney & Bonnie's Other Work, Accept No Substitute Is A Good Place To Start.” Ronnie D. Lankford, Jr., AMG.... more details
 

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