Frankenreiter, Donavon

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Frankenreiter, Donavon - Move By Yourself Move By Yourself
Pop New - LP 80006402 Lost Highway
Sealed, Out Of Print 2006 180gm HQ.... more details
 
Frankenreiter, Donavon - Pass It Around Pass It Around
Pop Colored Vinyl B0011589 Lost Highway
Sealed, Limited Edition 2008 Blue Vinyl Original. Includes A Full Length CD Of The Album.... more details
 
Frankenreiter, Donavon - Move By Yourself Move By Yourself
Pop Colored Vinyl B0016072 Lost Highway
Sealed 2011 Limited Edition Clear Vinyl Released For Lost Highway's 10th Anniversary. Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. “Donavon Frankeneiter Recorded His First Record Under The Friendly Auspices Of His Buddy Jack Johnson's Patronage. The Self-Titled Album From 2004 Was A Quite Enjoyable Sun-Kissed Record That Sometime Suffered From Being Laid-Back To The Point Of Inertia. The First Track From The Follow-Up Lets The Listener Know That Frankenreiter Is Following A Slightly Different Path, As "Move By Yourself" Is A Funky, Uptempo Rocker Punctuated By A Bubbling Clavinet (Think Early-'70s Stevie) And A Barn-Burning Guitar Solo. The Track Has More Energy By Itself Than The Whole Last Record Did Put Together. Now, You May Initially Be Put Off If You Were A Fan Of The Previous Album, But The Same Basic Underpinnings That Made The Last Album So Good Are Still Here, Like Frankenreiter's Mellow Wisp Of A Voice, His Easygoing Lyrics, And Most Of All An Enveloping Warmth That Makes The Disc As Smooth As A Summer Nap In The Shade. The Added Interest In Arrangements Shows Through On Songs Like The String-Laden, Wah-Wah-Laced, Vibraphone-Dipped "The Way It Is," Which Happily Brings To Mind Early Hall & Oates; The Lowdown And Nasty "Fool," Which Sports Some Gritty Gospel Backing Vocals; And The Dramatic And Dynamic "Let It Go." These Touches And The Overall Boost In Energy And Commitment Add Punch And Flavor To Move By Yourself That The Last Album Lacked.” – Tim Sendra, AMG... more details
 
Frankenreiter, Donavon - Move By Yourself Move By Yourself
Pop Colored Vinyl B0016072 Lost Highway
Out Of Print 2011 Limited Edition Clear Vinyl Released For Lost Highway's 10th Anniversary. Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. LP Appears Unplayed. “Donavon Frankeneiter Recorded His First Record Under The Friendly Auspices Of His Buddy Jack Johnson's Patronage. The Self-Titled Album From 2004 Was A Quite Enjoyable Sun-Kissed Record That Sometime Suffered From Being Laid-Back To The Point Of Inertia. The First Track From The Follow-Up Lets The Listener Know That Frankenreiter Is Following A Slightly Different Path, As "Move By Yourself" Is A Funky, Uptempo Rocker Punctuated By A Bubbling Clavinet (Think Early-'70s Stevie) And A Barn-Burning Guitar Solo. The Track Has More Energy By Itself Than The Whole Last Record Did Put Together. Now, You May Initially Be Put Off If You Were A Fan Of The Previous Album, But The Same Basic Underpinnings That Made The Last Album So Good Are Still Here, Like Frankenreiter's Mellow Wisp Of A Voice, His Easygoing Lyrics, And Most Of All An Enveloping Warmth That Makes The Disc As Smooth As A Summer Nap In The Shade. The Added Interest In Arrangements Shows Through On Songs Like The String-Laden, Wah-Wah-Laced, Vibraphone-Dipped "The Way It Is," Which Happily Brings To Mind Early Hall & Oates; The Lowdown And Nasty "Fool," Which Sports Some Gritty Gospel Backing Vocals; And The Dramatic And Dynamic "Let It Go." These Touches And The Overall Boost In Energy And Commitment Add Punch And Flavor To Move By Yourself That The Last Album Lacked.” Tim Sendra, AMG... more details
 

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