Family

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Family - Family, The Family, The
Funk New - LP 25322 Paisley Park
Sealed 1985 Soul-Funk Album On Prince's Label, Small Saw Cut.... more details
 
Family - Bandstand Bandstand
Pop Used - LP UAS 5644 United Artists
1972 Grooved Label Original With Custom Inner Sleeve Housed In A Die-Cut Cover. Glossy, Unplayed Condition.... more details
 
Family - Anyway Anyway
Pop New - LP UAS 5527 United Artists
Sealed 1971 Original. Custom Sticker On Back Cover. Includes The Hit "In My Own Time" Which Was Not Released On The English Version Of This Album. Crisp Corners, No Cut-Out Holes.... more details
 
Family - 1973 BBC Radio Show 1973 BBC Radio Show
Pop Used - LP TPM 00204 V Turning Point
Out Of Print 2LP 180gm Gatefold.... more details
 
Family - Old Songs New Songs Old Songs New Songs
Pop Used - LP K 34001 Reprise
Beautiful 1971 UK Laminated Cover Original.... more details
 
Family - Anyway Anyway
Pop New - LP UAS 5527 United Artists
Sealed 1971 Original U.S. Original, CC. Includes "In My Own Time" Which Was Not Released On The English Version Of This Album.... more details
 
Family - It's Only A Movie It's Only A Movie
Pop New - LP UA-LA181-F United Artists
Sealed 1973 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Corner Crease And Light Rubbing.... more details
 
Family - Family Entertainment Family Entertainment
Pop Used - LP RS 6340 Reprise
Beautiful 1969 White Label Promo With Promo Sticker On Jacket.... more details
 
Family - Fearless Fearless
Pop New - LP UAS 5562 United Artists
Sealed 1971 Four Panel Die-Cut Jacket Original. Jacket Is VG+, With Some Corner Rubbing, Bottom Right Shelf Wear From Torn Shrink And Light Staining On Bottom Left Front Of Jacket. “After Family Concluded Their Second Stateside Tour In Mid-1971 They Were To Again Face Personnel Changes As John Weider (Bass) Was Replaced By John Wetton (Bass/Guitar/Vocals) Just In Time To Chip In For Fearless, Their Sixth Long-Player In Four Years. Listeners Who Had Enjoyed Their Most Recent Platters Might Have Been A Bit Nonplussed When Confronted With This Disc, As The Combo's Direction Was Notably Altered. Wetton Brought Along His Trademark Propulsive Performance Style, Which Is Immediately Evident On The Heavy Midtempo Opener, "Between Blue And Me." Charlie Whitney (Guitar/Mandolin/Percussion) Presents Some Expressive Strings Weaving Through Wetton's Full Bottom-End Bombs. The Decidedly English "Sat'd'y Barfly" Recalls The Inebriated Vibe Of Lighter-Weight Numbers À La The Faces, And The Ladbroke Horns Do Little To Help As A Prominent Tuba Rhythmically Poots Along. Poli Palmer's (Keyboards/Vibes/Flute/Percussion) Roly-Poly Piano Further Conjures Up A Barroom Setting While Pulling The Tune Together. As If The Juxtaposition Of Those Tracks Wasn't Incongruous Enough, The Slightly Off-Kilter And Trippy "Larf And Sing" Features A Breezy Four-On-The-Floor Backbeat That Predates Disco In Chronology Only. It Drops Out For A Jazzy A Cappella Chorus That Could Easily Be Executed By The Hi-Lo's Or Four Freshmen. Whitney's Wah-Wah Is Also A Focal Point As It Slithers In Between The Verses. Another Of The Album's Best Offerings Is The "Spanish Tide"/"Save Some For Thee'" Medley. Highlighted Is The Combination Of Roger Chapman's Powerful Warbling And Wetton's Sturdy Vocal Timbre. Although Admittedly Uneven, Fearless Was The First Of Two Family Titles To Make An Impact In The States, Where It Peaked At A Modest Number 177 In February Of 1972.” – Lindsay Planer, All Music Guide... more details
 
Family - Peel Sessions Peel Sessions
Pop Used - LP SFPS 061 BBC
1988 UK Original. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Family - Family Entertainment Family Entertainment
Pop Used - LP RS 6340 Reprise
Stunning 1969 Two Color Steamboat Label Original With The Rare, Giant Four Foot By Two Foot Poster. 1D/1D Stampers. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Family - Anyway Anyway
Pop Used - LP RSX 9005 Reprise
1970 UK Original In The Polyethylene Flip-Back Cover. Vinyl Appears Unplayed. The Top Flap Of The Plastic Cover Is Mostly Split, But It Is Still Attached (Hence Price). The Paper Sleeve Has Printing On The Inside. A1/B1 Stampers.... more details
 
Family - It's Only A Movie It's Only A Movie
Pop Used - LP RA 58501 Raft
1973 UK Original With Custom Card Inner Sleeve. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Family - Music In A Doll's House Music In A Doll's House
Pop New - LP RS 6312 Reprise
Sealed 1968 Stereo Original. “The Non-LP Single "Scene Through The Eye Of A Lens" B/W "Gypsy Woman" Not Withstanding, Music In A Doll's House Is The Debut Full-Length Release From The Earliest Incarnation Of Family, Featuring Roger Chapman (Harmonica/Tenor Sax/Vocals), Rick Grech (Violin/ Cello/Bass Guitar/Vocals), Rob Townsend (Percussion/Drums), John "Charlie" Whitney (Guitar/Pedal Steel Guitar/Keyboards), And Jim King (Harmonica/Keyboards/Soprano Sax/Tenor Sax/Vocals). Their Highly Original Sound Has Often Been Compared To Traffic, Which May Be In Part Due To The Production Skills Of Jimmy Miller And Dave Mason, The Latter Also Contributing The Organic And Rootsy Rocker "Never Like This." Additionally, Neither Band Was Overtly Psychedelic Or Progressive, Contrasting Them From The Other Burgeoning Combos Such As Soft Machine, Pink Floyd, And Caravan. Family's Deceptively Involved Arrangements Are Coupled With An Equally Unique Blend Of Chapman's Commanding Vocals Driving Through The Jazz And Folk-Rooted Tunes. "The Chase" Is A Spirited Opener That Immediately Establishes Their Unmistakable Vibe, Which Is Furthered On The Sides "Old Songs For New Songs" And The Aggressive Rocker "Peace Of Mind." The Antithesis Can Be Heard On The Rural-Flavored "Mellowing Grey" And "Winter," Or Perhaps The Almost Blatantly Trippy "See Through Windows." Lindsay Planer, AMG.... more details
 
Family - Music In A Doll's House Music In A Doll's House
Pop New - LP K 44057 Reprise
Sealed 1971 UK 2nd Issue. Archival Quality Copy. “The Non-LP Single "Scene Through The Eye Of A Lens" B/W "Gypsy Woman" Not Withstanding, Music In A Doll's House Is The Debut Full-Length Release From The Earliest Incarnation Of Family, Featuring Roger Chapman (Harmonica/Tenor Sax/Vocals), Rick Grech (Violin/ Cello/Bass Guitar/Vocals), Rob Townsend (Percussion/Drums), John "Charlie" Whitney (Guitar/Pedal Steel Guitar/Keyboards), And Jim King (Harmonica/Keyboards/Soprano Sax/Tenor Sax/Vocals). Their Highly Original Sound Has Often Been Compared To Traffic, Which May Be In Part Due To The Production Skills Of Jimmy Miller And Dave Mason, The Latter Also Contributing The Organic And Rootsy Rocker "Never Like This." Additionally, Neither Band Was Overtly Psychedelic Or Progressive, Contrasting Them From The Other Burgeoning Combos Such As Soft Machine, Pink Floyd, And Caravan. Family's Deceptively Involved Arrangements Are Coupled With An Equally Unique Blend Of Chapman's Commanding Vocals Driving Through The Jazz And Folk-Rooted Tunes. "The Chase" Is A Spirited Opener That Immediately Establishes Their Unmistakable Vibe, Which Is Furthered On The Sides "Old Songs For New Songs" And The Aggressive Rocker "Peace Of Mind." The Antithesis Can Be Heard On The Rural-Flavored "Mellowing Grey" And "Winter," Or Perhaps The Almost Blatantly Trippy "See Through Windows." Lindsay Planer, AMG.... more details
 
Family - Family Entertainment Family Entertainment
Pop New - LP K 44069 Reprise
Sealed 1970 UK 2nd Issue Of RSLP 6340 Released In 1969. “Family Entertainment Followed On The Heels Of Family's Music In A Doll's House With The Band's First Incarnation: Roger Chapman (Harmonica/Tenor Sax/Vocals), Rick Grech (Violin/Cello/Bass Guitar/Vocals), Rob Townsend (Percussion/Drums), John "Charlie" Whitney (Guitar/Pedal Steel Guitar/Keyboards), And Jim King (Harmonica/Keyboards/Soprano Sax/Tenor Sax/Vocals). While Not Totally Dismissing Their Psychedelic Leanings, Much Of The Material Bears A Stronger Acoustic Influence, In Much The Same Manner As Fairport Convention And Traffic Were Also Exploring. The Jazzy Sitar Lead Of "Face In The Cloud" And The Even More Prominent Eastern-Flavored "Summer '67" Somewhat Date The Affair, And Are Contrasted By The Beautifully Noir And Trippy "How-Hi-The-Li" (Which May Have Been The Impetus For Chicago's "Wishing You Were Here") And The Upbeat "Hung Up Down," Sporting Grech's Unmistakable Violin As It Wafts Over The Rural And Slightly Surreal Lyrics. These Sides Are Set Against The Edgy "Weaver's Answer," Which Immediately Establishes A Broader Spectrum Of Styles, Most Notably Given Chapman's Commanding If Not Slightly Intimidating Vocals. Whitney's Blistering Fretwork Yields Bite To The Grech-Penned "Second Generation Woman," While "Emotions," Another Full-Tilt Rocker, Is Infused With An Apparent R&B Homage.” Lindsay Planer, AMG.... more details
 
Family - Best Of Family Best Of Family
Pop New - LP K 54023 Warner
Sealed 1974 First Pressing Of This UK "Best Of" Compilation.... more details
 
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Old Songs New Songs
Pop New - LP K 34001 Reprise
Sealed 1971 UK Laminated Cover Original.... more details
 
Family - Old Songs New Songs Old Songs New Songs
Pop New - LP K 34001 Reprise
Sealed 1971 UK Laminated Cover Original.... more details
 
Family - A Song For Me A Song For Me
Pop Used - LP RSLP 9001 Reprise
1970 UK Tri-Color Steamboat Label Original Housed In The Original Non-Laminated Gatefold Cover And Includes The Rare Black Lyrics Insert. A2/B2 Stampers.... more details
 
Family - Best Of Family Best Of Family
Pop Used - LP K 54023 Reprise
1974 First Pressing Of This UK "Best Of" Compilation. Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 

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