Glaser, Tompall

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Glaser, Tompall - Charlie Charlie
Pop New - LP SE 4918 MGM
Sealed 1973 Gatefold Original. DJ Sticker On Back Cover, Probably A Promo Label.... more details
 
Glaser, Tompall - The Great Tompall And His Outlaw Band The Great Tompall And His Outlaw Band
Country New - LP M3G 5014 MGM
Sealed 1976 Original. Cut Corner. “The Great Tompall And His Outlaw Band Has A Bit Of A Similar Party Vibe As Songs Of Shel Silverstein But It's A Much Looser Party And Probably A Bit More Fun, Too. It's No Mistake That Glaser's Band Gets A Co-Billing Here: The Focus Isn't On A Songwriter, It's On The Music, Which Includes A Lot Of Country Standards Given Funky Contemporary Outlaw Treatments. The Album-Opening "The Wild Side Of Life" Makes A Bridge Back To The Spare, Dusty Original, But By The Time The Loose-Limbed Shuffle Kicks In On Fred Rose's "We Live In Two Different Worlds," Let Alone The Wild Groove They Lay Down On Tommy Duncan's "Time Changes Everything," It's Clear This Is A Richer, Fuller Album Than Shel Silverstein. Make No Mistake, Silverstein Still Has A Significant Presence Here — As Glaser Cuts The Hazy, Lazy "When It Goes, It's Gone Girl," Trips Through "Broken Down Mama" (First Aired On The U.K. LP Take The Singer With The Song) And Turns "If I'd Only Come And Gone" Into A Lament That Stretches Far Beyond Its Smutty Title — But Mixed Up With The Old Standards, A Good Glaser Original In "I Can't Remember," A Terrific Take On Waylon & Willie's "Good Hearted Woman," Jack Clement's Cinematic "West Canterbury Subdivision Blues" — Whose Wide Vistas Recall Singles Tompall Cut With His Brothers In The '60s — And The Excellent Lee Fry Tune "The Hunger," Which Waylon Later Turned Into A Hit. All This Makes For, In Pure Musical Terms, The Richest Album Tompall Cut For MGM, Rivaling Charlie As The Finest Album Glaser Made During His Mid-'70s Peak.” - Stephen Thomas Erlewine, All Music Guide... more details
 
Glaser, Tompall - Tompall Glaser And His Outlaw Band Tompall Glaser And His Outlaw Band
Country New - LP AB 978 ABC
Sealed 1977 Original With Small Saw Cut. “1977 Was The Height Of Country Outlaw Fever, And Tompall Glaser Was Digging Deeper Into The Blues Than Any Of His Contemporaries, With The Possible Exception Of Mickey Newbury, Who Had Influenced Him Profoundly When It Came To Production, Texture, Dynamics, And Arrangement. Though Not As Well-Known As His Pals Willie And Waylon, Glaser Had A Style And A Band That Were Second To None. With Mel Brown On Lead Guitar, Glaser And Fred Newell On Rhythm, And Ben Keith Of The Stray Gators (From Neil Young's Backing Band On Harvest) On Dobro And Pedal Steel, Anchored By Red Young On Keys, Charlie Polk On Drums, And Bassist Teddy Reynolds, They Were Unbeatable. But It's The Smooth Swamp Glide Of Glaser's Voice That Is The Key To His Best Records, And This Is His Classic. Sounding Alternately Wasted And Worn, Yet Full Of A Slow-Burning Fire That Comes From Down In The Belly Like The Best Blues Singers, Glaser Delivers Every Time With Electricity And Rough-Hewn Elegance.” – Thom Jurek, AMG... more details
 

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