Dramatics

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Dramatics - Whatcha See Is Whatcha Get Whatcha See Is Whatcha Get
Soul New - LP VOS 6018 Volt
Sealed 1972 Gatefold Original. COH. Bottom Left Corner Dent, Resulting In Some Small Paper Tears on Bottom Of Spine, Hence Price. An Ultimate, All-Time Classic.... more details
 
Dramatics - Stone Cold Stone Cold
Soul New - LP V 3407 Volt
Sealed 1990 Vinyl Rarity, Cut Corner.... more details
 
Dramatics - New Dimension New Dimension
Soul New - LP ST 12205 Capitol
Sealed 1982 Vinyl.... more details
 
Dramatics - Live Live
Soul Used - LP MPS 8545 Stax
Hard To Find 1988 Original Featuring Previously Unreleased Live Recordings From 1972 & 1973 Recorded At The Whisky-A-G0-Go And The Summit.... more details
 
Dramatics - Stone Cold Stone Cold
Soul New - LP V 3407 Volt
Sealed 1990 Vinyl Rarity.... more details
 
Dramatics - Dramatic Way Dramatic Way
Soul New - LP 5146 MCA
Sealed 1980 Original, Saw-Cut. Small Crease And Rub Wear On Bottom Right Corner.... more details
 
Dramatics - Joy Ride Joy Ride
Soul New - LP ABCD 955 ABC
Sealed 1976 Gatefold Original. Cut Corner (Not Shown).... more details
 
Dramatics - Dramatic Way Dramatic Way
Soul New - LP 5146 MCA
Factory Sealed 1980 Original, Small Saw Cut.... more details
 
Dramatics - Any Time Any Place Any Time Any Place
Soul New - LP AA 1125 ABC
Sealed 1979 Original, Small Saw Cut.... more details
 
Dramatics - Somewhere In Time (A Dramatic Reunion) Somewhere In Time (A Dramatic Reunion)
Soul New - LP F 9642 Fantasy
Sealed, Hard To Find 1986 Original.... more details
 
Dramatics - Positive State Of Mind Positive State Of Mind
Soul New - LP V 3402 Volt
First Copy We Have Ever Seen Of This Factory Sealed 1989 Vinyl Rarity.... more details
 
Dramatics - Live Live
Soul New - LP MPS 8545 Stax
Sealed, Hard To Find 1988 Original Featuring Previously Unreleased Live Recordings From 1972 & 1973 Recorded At The Whisky-A-G0-Go And The Summit.... more details
 
Dramatics - Best Of The Dramatics Best Of The Dramatics
Soul New - LP VOS 9506 Volt
Sealed 1974 First Issue. Corner Creases. Includes "Watcha See Is Watcha Get," "In The Rain," "Get Up And Get Down" And More.... more details
 
Dramatics - 10 1/2 10 1/2
Soul New - LP 3196 MCA
Sealed 1980 Original, Small Saw Notch.... more details
 
Dramatics - A Dramatic Experience A Dramatic Experience
Soul Used - LP VOS 6019 Volt
1973 Gatefold Original. Vinyl Appears Unplayed. Light Rubbing On Cover Corners. “1973's A Dramatic Experience Seems To Split The Difference Between A Concept Album Dealing With The Evils Of Drugs And Polished, Well-Arranged Ballads And Dance Tracks. Quiet As It Was Kept, This Album Has Two Different Lineups And As William Howard And Elbert Wilkins Departed, L.J. Reynolds And Lenny Mayes Replaced Them. The Majority Of The Concept Side Of A Dramatic Experience Is Marred By A Heavy Hand. "The Devil Is Dope" Has Lead Singer William "Wee Gee" Howard's David Ruffin-Derived Vocals Coming This Close To Parody. The Slightly Humorous "Jim, What's Wrong With Him?" Does Attain The Eerie Nature Of Drug Abuse And Has Powerful Production Values. "Beware Of The Man (With The Candy In His Hand)" Has Its Odd Monster/Pusher Sentiment Only Redeemed By Tony Hester's Great And Innovative Production. The Non-Concept Tracks Work Best Here. "Now You've Got My Loving You" Has A Pitch-Perfect Falsetto Vocal From Ron Banks And Particularly Strong Harmony From The Group. The Romantic And Melodic "Beautiful People" Has Lead Vocals And From Banks, The Newly Arrived Reynolds, And Great Group Chemistry. Songs Featuring The Howard Era Group, The Rock-Based "Stand Up And Clap Your Hands" And "Hum A Song (From Your Heart)" Close The Effort. A Dramatic Experience Isn't Ranked As A Great Concept Effort, But The Romantic Ballads Make This A Necessity To Lovers Of '70s R&B.” – Jason Elias, AMG... more details
 
Dramatics - Drama V Drama V
Soul New - LP ABCD 916 ABC
Sealed 1975 Recording In A Gatefold Cover. “Settled Into Their Own Groove, The Dramatics Were Burning On All Cylinders. Their Group Harmonies Were As Solid As Ever, And They Demonstrated Their Vocal Versatility By Rotating Lead On Most Of The Tracks, Including The Bass Of Willie Ford. This Album Featured Two Singles, The First Being The Sanguine Top Ten R&B Hit "You're Fooling You." The Follow-Up Was "Dramatic Theme/Treat Me Like A Man," Fueled By A Full Orchestra And A Mid-Tempo Groove. Ford's Commanding Bass Opens The Lyric, Followed By Other Group Members.” - Craig Lytle, AMG... more details
 
Dramatics - Do What You Wanna Do Do What You Wanna Do
Soul New - LP AA 1072 ABC
Sealed 1978 Original With CC.... more details
 
Dramatics - New Dimension New Dimension
Soul New - LP ST 12205 Capitol
Sealed 1982 Original. Clean Cut Out Hole.... more details
 
Dramatics - A Dramatic Experience A Dramatic Experience
Soul New - LP VOS 6019 Volt
Sealed 1973 Gatefold Original. Tiny Saw Notch. “1973's A Dramatic Experience Seems To Split The Difference Between A Concept Album Dealing With The Evils Of Drugs And Polished, Well-Arranged Ballads And Dance Tracks. Quiet As It Was Kept, This Album Has Two Different Lineups And As William Howard And Elbert Wilkins Departed, L.J. Reynolds And Lenny Mayes Replaced Them. The Majority Of The Concept Side Of A Dramatic Experience Is Marred By A Heavy Hand. "The Devil Is Dope" Has Lead Singer William "Wee Gee" Howard's David Ruffin-Derived Vocals Coming This Close To Parody. The Slightly Humorous "Jim, What's Wrong With Him?" Does Attain The Eerie Nature Of Drug Abuse And Has Powerful Production Values. "Beware Of The Man (With The Candy In His Hand)" Has Its Odd Monster/Pusher Sentiment Only Redeemed By Tony Hester's Great And Innovative Production. The Non-Concept Tracks Work Best Here. "Now You've Got My Loving You" Has A Pitch-Perfect Falsetto Vocal From Ron Banks And Particularly Strong Harmony From The Group. The Romantic And Melodic "Beautiful People" Has Lead Vocals And From Banks, The Newly Arrived Reynolds, And Great Group Chemistry. Songs Featuring The Howard Era Group, The Rock-Based "Stand Up And Clap Your Hands" And "Hum A Song (From Your Heart)" Close The Effort. A Dramatic Experience Isn't Ranked As A Great Concept Effort, But The Romantic Ballads Make This A Necessity To Lovers Of '70s R&B.” – Jason Elias, AMG.... more details
 
Dramatics - Do What You Wanna Do Do What You Wanna Do
Soul New - LP AA 1072 ABC
Sealed 1978 Original.... more details
 
Dramatics - Whatcha See Is Whatcha Get Whatcha See Is Whatcha Get
Soul Used - LP VOS 6018 Volt
Beautiful Copy Of This 1972 Gatefold Original. An All-Time Classic!... more details
 

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