Everly Brothers / Ry Cooder Related

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Everly Brothers / Ry Cooder Related - Stories We Could Tell Stories We Could Tell
Pop New - LP LSP 4620 RCA
Sealed 1972 Original Featuring Ry Cooder, Delaney And Bonnie, David Crosby, Spooner Oldham, Graham Nash And Others. In 1973, One Year After The Production Of Stories We Could Tell, Worn Out By Gigs, Groupies And The Never-Ending Demand For Their Evergreen Oldies, The Brothers Decided To Take An Artistic Break. A Break That Was To Last For 10 Years. That Is The Reason That On This Particular Album, Rather Than Delving Deep Into Their Own Treasure Chest Of Songs, They Turned To Those Of Their Famous Colleagues Such As Jesse Winchester, Kris Kristofferson And Rod Stewart. The Producer Was In A Generous Frame Of Mind At The Time And Gathered A Crop Of Excellent Musicians For The Album, Including John Sebastian On Harmonica And Ry Cooder On Guitar. It Goes Without Saying That The Brothers Gave The Best Of What They Had Learned In 25 Years Onstage. But If You’re Looking For The Sugary Tear-Jerkers Of Their Teenage Years, This Isn’t Your Album. These Songs Are Created By Mature Minds For Mature Minds.... more details
 
Everly Brothers / Ry Cooder Related - Stories We Could Tell Stories We Could Tell
Pop Audiophile - LP LSP 4620 Speakers Corner
Sealed Out-Of-Print 180gm HQ Import Featuring Ry Cooder, Delaney And Bonnie, David Crosby, Spooner Oldham, Graham Nash And Others. In 1973, One Year After The Production Of Stories We Could Tell, Worn Out By Gigs, Groupies And The Never-Ending Demand For Their Evergreen Oldies, The Brothers Decided To Take An Artistic Break. A Break That Was To Last For 10 Years. That Is The Reason That On This Particular Album, Rather Than Delving Deep Into Their Own Treasure Chest Of Songs, They Turned To Those Of Their Famous Colleagues Such As Jesse Winchester, Kris Kristofferson And Rod Stewart. The Producer Was In A Generous Frame Of Mind At The Time And Gathered A Crop Of Excellent Musicians For The Album, Including John Sebastian On Harmonica And Ry Cooder On Guitar. It Goes Without Saying That The Brothers Gave The Best Of What They Had Learned In 25 Years Onstage. But If You’re Looking For The Sugary Tear-Jerkers Of Their Teenage Years, This Isn’t Your Album. These Songs Are Created By Mature Minds For Mature Minds.... more details
 
Everly Brothers / Ry Cooder Related - Stories We Could Tell Stories We Could Tell
Pop New - LP LSP 4620 RCA
Sealed, Rare 1972 Original Featuring Ry Cooder, Delaney And Bonnie, David Crosby, Spooner Oldham, Graham Nash And Others. Saw Cut. In 1973, One Year After The Production Of Stories We Could Tell, Worn Out By Gigs, Groupies And The Never-Ending Demand For Their Evergreen Oldies, The Brothers Decided To Take An Artistic Break. A Break That Was To Last For 10 Years. That Is The Reason That On This Particular Album, Rather Than Delving Deep Into Their Own Treasure Chest Of Songs, They Turned To Those Of Their Famous Colleagues Such As Jesse Winchester, Kris Kristofferson And Rod Stewart. The Producer Was In A Generous Frame Of Mind At The Time And Gathered A Crop Of Excellent Musicians For The Album, Including John Sebastian On Harmonica And Ry Cooder On Guitar. It Goes Without Saying That The Brothers Gave The Best Of What They Had Learned In 25 Years Onstage. But If You’re Looking For The Sugary Tear-Jerkers Of Their Teenage Years, This Isn’t Your Album. These Songs Are Created By Mature Minds For Mature Minds.... more details
 
Everly Brothers / Ry Cooder Related - Stories We Could Tell Stories We Could Tell
Pop Used - LP LSP 4620 RCA
Beautiful 1972 Original Still In Shrink Wrap. Features Ry Cooder, Delaney And Bonnie, David Crosby, Spooner Oldham, Graham Nash And Others. Saw Cut. In 1973, One Year After The Production Of Stories We Could Tell, Worn Out By Gigs, Groupies And The Never-Ending Demand For Their Evergreen Oldies, The Brothers Decided To Take An Artistic Break. A Break That Was To Last For 10 Years. That Is The Reason That On This Particular Album, Rather Than Delving Deep Into Their Own Treasure Chest Of Songs, They Turned To Those Of Their Famous Colleagues Such As Jesse Winchester, Kris Kristofferson And Rod Stewart. The Producer Was In A Generous Frame Of Mind At The Time And Gathered A Crop Of Excellent Musicians For The Album, Including John Sebastian On Harmonica And Ry Cooder On Guitar. It Goes Without Saying That The Brothers Gave The Best Of What They Had Learned In 25 Years Onstage. But If You’re Looking For The Sugary Tear-Jerkers Of Their Teenage Years, This Isn’t Your Album. These Songs Are Created By Mature Minds For Mature Minds.... more details
 

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