Holmes, Jake

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Holmes, Jake - How Much Time How Much Time
Pop New - LP C 30996 Columbia
Sealed 1971 Original, Small CC.... more details
 
Holmes, Jake - So Close, So Very Far To Go So Close, So Very Far To Go
Pop New - LP 24 4034 Polydor
Sealed Original From The New York Folk-Rock Singer-Songwriter.... more details
 
Holmes, Jake - How Much Time How Much Time
Pop Used - LP C 30996 Columbia
1971 Original Still In Shrink Wrap With Insert. 1C/1D Stampers. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Holmes, Jake - So Close, So Very Far To Go So Close, So Very Far To Go
Pop New - LP 24 4034 Polydor
Sealed Original With Custom Song Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Tiny Cut Out Hole, Tiny Cut Corner.... more details
 
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The Above Ground Sound Of Jake Holmes
Pop New - LP T 5079 Tower
Sealed 1967 Mono Original. And Mono Is Definitely The Way To Go With This Record. Apparently The Stereo Mixes Were Lost Before Pressing, So Tower Took The Mono Mixes And Transferred Them To Duophonic. That Is, Not Real Stereo. Absolutely Killer Jacket. "Jake Holmes' First Album Will Always Be Primarily Known For The Inclusion Of The Original Version Of "Dazed And Confused," The Same Song That, With Substantial Alteration To Its Arrangement, Would Become One Of Led Zeppelin's Major Showpieces. Holmes' Original Is Quite Different And Worthy In Its Own Right: A Stark, Spooky Folk-Rock Track With Stinging Reverbed Lead Guitar, Holmes' Own Pained Vocals, And Furiously Strummed Rhythm Guitar That Winds Itself Into An Anguished Climax. Unfortunately, It's By Far The Best Song On The LP, Though The Tense Rapid Rhythm Guitar And Disembodied Acid Folk Mood (By A Drumless Lead Guitar/Rhythm Guitar/Bass Trio) Are Constant Throughout The Disc. Ted Irwin's Spiky, Jazz Acid Folk Lead Guitar Lines Are Like A Garage-Ish Version Of Those By Frequent Tim Buckley Accompanist Lee Underwood. Holmes' Thin Voice Was Recorded In A Way That Makes It Sound Curiously Muffled And Disembodied, Which Both Adds To The Weirdness Of The Weirder Parts And Detracts From The Record's Overall Power. His Songwriting, Too, Is Erratic, Sometimes Reaching A Reasonably Effective Level Of Haunting Loneliness, At Others Descending Into Bathos (Particularly On The Closer, "Signs Of Age")." - Richie Unterberger, AMG... more details
 
Holmes, Jake - The Above Ground Sound Of Jake Holmes The Above Ground Sound Of Jake Holmes
Folk New - LP T 5079 Tower
Sealed 1967 Mono Original. And Mono Is Definitely The Way To Go With This Record. Apparently The Stereo Mixes Were Lost Before Pressing, So Tower Took The Mono Mixes And Transferred Them To Duophonic. That Is, Not Real Stereo. Absolutely Killer Jacket. "Jake Holmes' First Album Will Always Be Primarily Known For The Inclusion Of The Original Version Of "Dazed And Confused," The Same Song That, With Substantial Alteration To Its Arrangement, Would Become One Of Led Zeppelin's Major Showpieces. Holmes' Original Is Quite Different And Worthy In Its Own Right: A Stark, Spooky Folk-Rock Track With Stinging Reverbed Lead Guitar, Holmes' Own Pained Vocals, And Furiously Strummed Rhythm Guitar That Winds Itself Into An Anguished Climax. Unfortunately, It's By Far The Best Song On The LP, Though The Tense Rapid Rhythm Guitar And Disembodied Acid Folk Mood (By A Drumless Lead Guitar/Rhythm Guitar/Bass Trio) Are Constant Throughout The Disc. Ted Irwin's Spiky, Jazz Acid Folk Lead Guitar Lines Are Like A Garage-Ish Version Of Those By Frequent Tim Buckley Accompanist Lee Underwood. Holmes' Thin Voice Was Recorded In A Way That Makes It Sound Curiously Muffled And Disembodied, Which Both Adds To The Weirdness Of The Weirder Parts And Detracts From The Record's Overall Power. His Songwriting, Too, Is Erratic, Sometimes Reaching A Reasonably Effective Level Of Haunting Loneliness, At Others Descending Into Bathos (Particularly On The Closer, "Signs Of Age")." - Richie Unterberger, AMG... more details
 

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