Helm, Levon

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Helm, Levon - Helm, Levon Helm, Levon
Pop New - LP ST 12201 Capitol
Sealed 1981 Original. Clean Cut Out Hole. First Sealed Copy We Have Had In Stock Since '09.... more details
 
Helm, Levon - American Son American Son
Pop Used - LP 5120 MCA
Rare 1980 Original With Lyric Insert. Gold Promo Stamp On Cover. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Helm, Levon - Levon Helm And The RCO All Stars Levon Helm And The RCO All Stars
Pop Used - LP AA 1017 ABC
1977 Die-Cut Jacket Original With Custom Inner Sleeve, Small Cut Corner. Features Booker T. And The MG's, Dr. John, Paul Butterfield And Others. His First Solo Effort. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Helm, Levon - Levon Helm And The RCO All Stars Levon Helm And The RCO All Stars
Pop New - LP AA 1017 ABC
Sealed 1977 Die-Cut Jacket Original, Custom Inner Sleeve. Features Booker T. And The MG's, Dr. John, Paul Butterfield And Others. His First Solo Effort.... more details
 
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Levon Helm And The RCO All Stars
Pop New - LP AA 1017 ABC
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Helm, Levon - Levon Helm And The RCO All Stars Levon Helm And The RCO All Stars
Pop New - LP AA 1017 ABC
Sealed 1977 Die-Cut Jacket Original. Cut Out Hole. Features Booker T. And The MG's, Dr. John, Paul Butterfield And Others. His First Solo Effort.... more details
 
Helm, Levon - Electric Dirt Electric Dirt
Pop Used - LP 79861 Vanguard
2009 Original Still In Shrink Wrap. Appears Unplayed. “In A Musical Career That Has Spanned Six Decades, Levon Helm Has Made More Than A Few Excellent Albums Working With Other Folks — Most Notably As Drummer And Vocalist With The Band, As Well As Backing Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Muddy Waters, John Martyn, Rufus Wainwright, And Literally Dozens Of Others. But As A Solo Artist, Helm's Record Has Been Considerably Spottier, With Well-Intended Disappointments Outnumbering Genuine Successes, So It's Good To Report That At The Age Of 69, Helm Has Found His Second Wind As A Recording Artist, Cutting Two Of His Most Satisfying Solo Sets In A Row. Following 2007's Excellent Dirt Farmer, Electric Dirt Is Every Bit As Impressive And Finds Him Sounding Even Stronger Than He Did On That Comeback Set. Dirt Farmer Was Helm's First Album After A Bout With Throat Cancer Nearly Silenced Him, And His Vocals Sounded Firmly Committed But Just A Bit Strained; Two Years On, Helm's Voice Is Nearly As Supple As It Was During His Days With The Band, And Even When It Shows Signs Of Wear And Tear, His Sense Of Phrasing And His Ability To Bring The Characters In These Songs To Life Are As Good As They've Ever Been. While Dirt Farmer Leaned Toward Acoustic Music In The Appalachian Tradition, Electric Dirt Aims For A Broader And More Eclectic Sound; "Golden Bird" Sounds As If It Could Have Been Gleaned From The Harry Smith Anthology, But The Opening Cover Of The Grateful Dead's "Tennessee Jed" Swings With A Solid New Orleans Groove Like An Outtake From The Rock Of Ages Concerts, A Pair Of Muddy Waters Numbers Are Subtle But Passionate Acoustic Blues, "I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel To Be Free" Is Joyous Gospel-Infused R&B, And "White Dove" Is Fervent And Heartfelt Traditional Country. Electric Dirt Sounds Fresh, Emphatic, And As Effective As Anything Levon Has Cut Since The Mid-'70s, And One Can Only Hope He Has A Few More Discs In Him Just This Good.” Mark Deming, All Music Guide... more details
 
Helm, Levon - Levon Helm Levon Helm
Pop Picture Disc SPPD 45 ABC
Very Rare, Sealed 1978 Promotional Only Picture Disc In A Die Cut Sleeve.... more details
 
Helm, Levon - Ramble At The Ryman Ramble At The Ryman
Pop New - LP 79858 Vanguard
Sealed 2011 180gm 2LP Gatefold Original With Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. Live Archive Release From A Former Member Of The Band. On September 17, 2008, The Legendary Levon Helm Took His Beloved Midnight Ramble On The Road To One Of America's Treasured Venues, Nashville's Historic Ryman Auditorium. Accompanied By Such Luminaries As Buddy Miller, John Hiatt, Sheryl Crow, George Receli, Sam Bush And Billy Bob Thornton, The Levon Helm Band Created An Unforgettable Night Of Stage Magic.... more details
 
Helm, Levon - Electric Dirt Electric Dirt
Pop New - LP 79861 Vanguard
Sealed And Very Scarce 2009 Original. Electric Dirt Is The Second Album In The Last Two Years From American Musical Treasure Levon Helm. Its Predecessor, Dirt Farmer, His First Solo LP In A Quarter Century, Followed Levon's Near-Miraculous Recovery From Throat Cancer, And As Such Represented A New Lease On Life For The Legendary Artist, Who Rose To Prominence As The Drummer And Vocalist For Levon And The Hawks, Which Later Became The Band. The 11 Tracks Feature The Same Core Crew Of Midnight Ramble Regulars That Played On Dirt Farmer And Subsequently Hit The Road: Helm Behind The Drum Kit, Ollabelle's Byron Isaacs On Bass, Brian Mitchell On Keyboards, Campbell On Various Guitars, Fiddle, Mandolin, Dulcimer And Harmony Vocals. Backing Vocalists Amy Helm Of Ollabelle, Levon's Daughter, And Teresa Williams, Campbell's Wife, Deepen The Album's "Next Of Kin" Vibe. The Horn Section Of The Levon Helm Band Appears On Four Tracks. Two Of The Tracks Were Arranged By The Legendary Allen Toussaint With The LHB Horns And The Other Two Tracks By Trumpet-Playing Band Member Steve Bernstein.... more details
 
Helm, Levon - Ramble At The Ryman Ramble At The Ryman
Pop New - LP 79858 Vanguard
Sealed, Out Of Print, Limited Edition 2011 2LP Gatefold Original. Live Archive Release From A Former Member Of The Band. On September 17, 2008, The Legendary Levon Helm Took His Beloved Midnight Ramble On The Road To One Of America's Treasured Venues, Nashville's Historic Ryman Auditorium. Accompanied By Such Luminaries As Buddy Miller, John Hiatt, Sheryl Crow, George Receli, Sam Bush And Billy Bob Thornton, The Levon Helm Band Created An Unforgettable Night Of Stage Magic.... more details
 
Helm, Levon - Dirt Farmer Dirt Farmer
Pop New - LP 79844 Vanguard
Factory Sealed, Limited Edition, Hand Numbered (Inside) 180gm Original With Custom Hype Sticker On The Shrink-Wrap. 2008 Grammy Winner For Best Traditional Folk Album. "When The Band’s Levon Helm Underwent Surgery For Throat Cancer In 1998, It Seemed That He Might Never Sing Again. So It’s No Surprise That Helm Pours Everything He Has Into Dirt Farmer, His First Solo Studio Album In 25 Years. What Is Surprising Is That He Sounds As Good As Ever, Which Means He Sounds Good Enough To Put Most Country And Americana Singers To Shame. Dirt Farmer Is Full Of Traditional Songs Helm Learned Growing Up In Arkansas, And It’s Clear That The Tracks Mean A Lot To Him, As Does The Fact That He’s Harmonizing On Them With His Daughter Amy. If There’s One Complaint, It’s That Dirt Farmer Relies A Little Too Much On Slow And Mid-Tempo Numbers. It’d Be Nice To Hear Helm Sink His Teeth Into A Barn-Burner Once In A While. But Hopefully Dirt Farmer Is Just The Start—Not The Culmination—Of Helm’s Amazing Comeback." - Hal Bienstock, Harp... more details
 

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