Hawkins, Ronnie

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Hawkins, Ronnie - Ronnie Hawkins Ronnie Hawkins
Pop New - LP SD 9019 Cotillion
Sealed 1970 Original. Features King Biscuit Boy, Duane Allman, Eddie Hinton And Others. Pristine Copy.... more details
 
Hawkins, Ronnie - Ronnie Hawkins Ronnie Hawkins
Pop Used - LP SD 9019 Cotillion
1970 Heavy Vinyl Original In Shrink Wrap. Features King Biscuit Boy, Duane Allman And Others.... more details
 
Hawkins, Ronnie - The Hawk The Hawk
Pop Used - LP SD 9039 Cotillion
Mint 1971 Original Featuring Duane Allman, Donald "Duck" Dunn, The Dixie Flyers And Others.... more details
 
Hawkins, Ronnie - The Hawk The Hawk
Pop New - LP UA-LA968-H United Artists
Sealed 1979 Original, Clean Cut Out Hole. Features Paul Butterfield.... more details
 
Hawkins, Ronnie - Premonitiion Premonitiion
Pop New - LP SN 7213 Accord
Sealed 1982 Original Featuring Levon Helm And Robbie Robertson Of The Band.... more details
 
Hawkins, Ronnie - The Giant Of Rock 'N Roll The Giant Of Rock 'N Roll
Pop New - LP KZ 32940 Monument
Sealed 1974 Original. “Not Quite As Raucous As Its Predecessor, The Giant Of Rock & Roll Was Ronnie Hawkins' Second Of Two Lps Cut For Fred Foster's Monument Label, And More Than The First Album (Rock & Roll Resurrection), It's Not To Be Missed — Using A Lot Of The Same Musicians As On The First Record, But With A Better Selection Of Material, It Gives Us Hawkins Doing Not Only Some First-Rate Rock & Roll But Also Successfully Covering Songs By Gordon Lightfoot ("Home From The Forest") And Jesse Winchester ("Brand New Tennessee Waltz") — And This Was Probably The Only Point Where Hawkins Intersected In Repertory With Joan Baez And Such Relatively Unlikely Material As Bobby Darin's "Dream Lover," The Latter Very Successfully, As Well As Bringing A Fine Original, "Lonely Hours," To The Table. Some Of The Content Represented A Softer, More Subtle Side Of Hawkins' Work That Was Seldom Played Up By His Reputation, But It Worked. And This Time Out, In Contrast To The Earliest Album, The Moments Of More Restrained Performance And Sophisticated Production Do Fit In With The Rest Of The Material — Indeed, One Of The Highlights Of The Album Is A Rendition Of "Bo Diddley" That Seems Like It Should Have Two Or Three Times More Players And Singers Than It Needs, But Works Anyway, And Brilliantly. The Result Isn't Anything Earth-Shattering, Except Perhaps For Hardcore Hawkins Fans, Who Were (And Still Would Be) Delighted By The Range He Displays Here; But It Shows That Hawkins Still Had A Lot Of What Made Him A Great Recording Artist (And Much More Than Just A Straight-Ahead Rock & Roller) In 1974.” – Bruce Eder, All Music Guide... more details
 
Hawkins, Ronnie - Folk Ballads Of Ronnie Hawkins Folk Ballads Of Ronnie Hawkins
Folk New - LP R 25120 Roulette
Factory Sealed 1960 Mono Original. Pristine Store Stock Copy.... more details
 

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