J. Geils Band

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

J. Geils Band - Love Stinks Love Stinks
Pop Audiophile - LP NR 25 Nautilus
DBX LP. Beautiful Copy With Insert. Half-Speed Mastered.... more details
 
J. Geils Band - You're Gettin' Even While I'm Gettin Odd You're Gettin' Even While I'm Gettin Odd
Pop New - LP SJ 17137 EMI
Sealed 1984 LP With Custom Song Sticker Over Shrink Wrap. Small Saw-Cut.... more details
 
J. Geils Band - Freeze Frame Freeze Frame
Pop Used - LP EYS 81447 EMI
Japanese Pressing With Obi.... more details
 
J. Geils Band - Sanctuary Sanctuary
Pop New - LP SO 17006 EMI
Sealed 1978 Original With Custom "One Last Kiss" Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Light Crease On Top Right Corner.... more details
 
J. Geils Band - Freeze Frame Freeze Frame
Pop New - LP SOO 17062 EMI
Sealed 1981 Original. “Tempering Their Bar Band R&B With A Touch Of New Wave Pop Production, The J. Geils Band Finally Broke Through Into The Big Leagues With Freeze Frame. Fans Of The Hard-Driving Rock Of The Group's '70s Albums Will Find The Sleek Sound Of Freeze Frame Slightly Disorienting, But The Production Gives The Album Cohesion. Good-Time Rock & Roll Remains At The Core Of The Group's Music, But The Sound Of The Record Is Glossier, Shining With Synthesizers And Big Pop Hooks. With Its Singalong Chorus, "Centerfold" Exemplifies This Trend, But It's Merely The Tip Of The Iceberg. "Freeze Frame" Has A Great Stop-Start Chorus, "Flamethrower" And "Piss On The Wall" Rush Along On Hard-Boogie Riffs, And "Angel In Blue" Is Terrific Neo-Doo Wop. There Are Still A Handful Of Throwaways, But Even The Filler Has A Stylized, Synthesized Flair That Makes It Enjoyable, And The Keepers Are Among The Band's Best.” Stephen Thomas Erlewine, All Music Guide.... more details
 
J. Geils Band - Live: Full House Live: Full House
Pop New - LP SD 7241 Atlantic
Sealed 1972 Original.... more details
 
J. Geils Band - Ladies Invited Ladies Invited
Pop New - LP SD 7286 Atlantic
Sealed 1973 Silver Foil Cover Original.... more details
 
J. Geils Band - Love Stinks Love Stinks
Pop New - LP SOO-17016 EMI
Sealed 1980 Original, Clean Cut Out Hole. No UPC On Jacket.... more details
 
J. Geils Band - Nightmares Nightmares
Pop New - LP SD 18107 Atlantic
Sealed 1974 Rarity. 4 Stars In All Music Guide. Pristine Copy.... more details
 
J. Geils Band - Showtime! Showtime!
Pop Used - LP SO 17087 EMI
1982 Record Club Edition In Shrink Wrap.... more details
 
J. Geils Band - Morning After Morning After
Pop Used - LP SD 8297 Atlantic
1971 Heavy Vinyl Original (1841 Broadway Address On Labels). Shrink Wrap Intact. LP Appears Unplayed. "Looking For A Love" Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. “The Morning After Is A Near Perfect Follow-Up To The J. Geils Band's Self-Titled Debut Album. It's More Of The Same Winning Blend Of Rocked-Out Blues, Jumped-Up Soul, And Pure Rock & Roll Wildness With Enough Attitude And Energy To Get A Club Full Of People From Zero To Sweaty In Less Than 60 Seconds. Featuring The Original Versions Of Songs That Became Radio Staples In Their Live Incarnations ("Looking For A Love," The Magic Dick Showcase "Whammer Jammer"), A Batch Of Covers Of Rare Soul Gems ("So Sharp," Don Covay's "The Usual Place," The Aforementioned "Looking For A Love"), And Some Fine Originals (The Rip-Roaring Opener "I Don't Need You No More," The Very Funky "Gotta Have Your Love," And The Heart-Rending Ballad "Cry One More Time," Which Was Covered Memorably By Gram Parsons On G.P.), The Morning After Is Definite Proof That The J. Geils Band Were Well On Their Way To Becoming One Of The Best Rock & Roll Bands Of Any Era.” Tim Sendra, All Music Guide.... more details
 
J. Geils Band - J. Geils Band J. Geils Band
Pop New - LP SD 8275 Atlantic
Sealed 1970 LP, COH (Label Variation Unknown). "The J. Geils Band's Self-Titled Debut Served Notice That Rock & Roll Wasn't Dead In 1970 Despite The Best Efforts Of The Singer/Songwriter Brigade. Though It Sounds A Bit Reserved In The Light Of The Albums That Followed, Compared To The Majority Of Bands On The Scene, It Was A Nonstop Blast Of Energy, Fun, And Sweat. Featuring The Hipster Jive Of Singer Peter Wolf, The Amazing Afro And Harp Chops Of Magic Dick, The Fret-Burning Work Of J. Geils, And The Jack Of Many Trades Seth Justman (Keys, Compositions, Backing Vocals), The Geils Band Rips Through Some Classic Blues By The Likes Of Otis Rush ("Homework"), Walter Price ("Pack Fair And Square"), And John Lee Hooker (A Slow-Burning "Serves You Right To Suffer"), Old Motown Gems ("First I Look At The Purse"), And Originals That Stand Up Well Next To The Covers ("Wait," "What's Your Hurry," And Future Live Favorite "Hard Drivin' Man"). A Nice Mix Of Nostalgia, Intensity, And Bar Band Excitement, The Album Serves As Fair Warning That The Geils Band Was On The Scene And Was Ready To Bring Back The Good-Time Spirit Of The Juke Joint, The Abandon Of The Early Rock & Roll Scene, And The High Energy Of The Late-'60s Concert Halls." Tim Sendra, All Music Guide.... more details
 
J. Geils Band - Morning After Morning After
Pop New - LP SD 8297 Atlantic
Sealed 1971 Vinyl. COH. Label Variation Unknown. Jacket Has 1841 Broadway Address, But This Is Probably A Second Pressing. Doesn't Have The Heft Of The Original.... more details
 
J. Geils Band - Best Of The J. Geils Band Two Best Of The J. Geils Band Two
Pop Used - LP SD 19284 Atlantic
Hard To Find 1980 Compilation. Gold Promo Stamp And Timing Strip On Jacket. Cover Art By Lou Brooks. Unplayed Condition.... more details
 
J. Geils Band - Best Of The J. Geils Band Two Best Of The J. Geils Band Two
Pop New - LP SD 19284 Atlantic
Sealed Hard To Find 1980 Compilation. Clean COH. Cover Art By Lou Brooks.... more details
 
J. Geils Band - Live: Full House Live: Full House
Pop Used - LP SD 7241 Atlantic
1972 Original.... more details
 
J. Geils Band - Best Of The J. Geils Band Best Of The J. Geils Band
Pop New - LP SD 19234 Atlantic
Sealed 1979 Compilation. COH, Top Left Corner Dent.... more details
 
J. Geils Band - You're Gettin' Even While I'm Gettin' Odd You're Gettin' Even While I'm Gettin' Odd
Pop New - LP SJ 17137 EMI America
Sealed 1984 Original, Small Saw Cut.... more details
 
J. Geils Band - Bloodshot Bloodshot
Pop New - LP SD 7260 Atlantic
Sealed 1973 Original With Custom Hype Sticker on Shrink. Saw Cut. ”Bloodshot Is The J. Geils Band's Third Studio Album And Their First Top Ten (And Last Until 1982's Smash Freeze Frame). The Band Sounds Tighter, Meaner, And Funkier Than On Their First Two Releases, Frontman Peter Wolf Is Looser And Wilder Than Ever, And J. Geils Positively Rips Things Up On Guitar. This Newfound Power Could Be Down To The Band Blanketing The Country And Honing Their Craft In Sweaty Bars And Concert Halls. The Positive Response To Their Raw And Alive Live Album Full House May Have Helped Too. Whatever The Cause, Bloodshot Fairly Jumps Through The Speakers On Flat-Out Rockers Like Their Cover Of Obscure Soul Stomper "(Ain't Nothin But A) Houseparty," The Lean And Nasty "Back To Get Ya" (Which Features A Classic Wolf Aside, "Scramble My Eggs, Honey!"), And Concert Fave "Southside Shuffle." The Band Also Shows Their Range With Hokey But Fun Blues Shuffle "Struttin' With My Baby," Bopping Jump Blues ("Hold Your Loving"), And Very Convincing Heartbroken Balladry ("Start All Over Again"). The Band Also Delivers Their First Self-Penned Classic, The Reggae-Influenced "Give It To Me," Which Starts Off As A Tight And Tough Reggae-Influenced Pop Song And Spreads Out Into A Funky Jam That Equals Anything Similar The Stones Ever Attempted. Along With It Being A Hit, Bloodshot Is The First Geils Album To Stake A Claim On The Major Leagues Of Rock & Roll.” – Tim Sendra, All Music Guide... more details
 
J. Geils Band - Best Of The J. Geils Band Two Best Of The J. Geils Band Two
Pop New - LP SD 19284 Atlantic
Sealed Hard To Find 1980 Compilation. No Promo Or Deletion Markings. Cover Art By Lou Brooks.... more details
 
J. Geils Band - Best Of The J. Geils Band Best Of The J. Geils Band
Pop New - LP SD 19234 Atlantic
Sealed 1979 First Pressing With No Bar Code. Pristine Copy.... more details
 
J. Geils Band - J. Geils Band J. Geils Band
Pop New - LP SD 8275 Atlantic
Sealed 1970 LP, Saw Cut (Label Variation Unknown) No Bar Code On Jacket. 1841, Broadway Address On Back Cover. "The J. Geils Band's Self-Titled Debut Served Notice That Rock & Roll Wasn't Dead In 1970 Despite The Best Efforts Of The Singer/Songwriter Brigade. Though It Sounds A Bit Reserved In The Light Of The Albums That Followed, Compared To The Majority Of Bands On The Scene, It Was A Nonstop Blast Of Energy, Fun, And Sweat. Featuring The Hipster Jive Of Singer Peter Wolf, The Amazing Afro And Harp Chops Of Magic Dick, The Fret-Burning Work Of J. Geils, And The Jack Of Many Trades Seth Justman (Keys, Compositions, Backing Vocals), The Geils Band Rips Through Some Classic Blues By The Likes Of Otis Rush ("Homework"), Walter Price ("Pack Fair And Square"), And John Lee Hooker (A Slow-Burning "Serves You Right To Suffer"), Old Motown Gems ("First I Look At The Purse"), And Originals That Stand Up Well Next To The Covers ("Wait," "What's Your Hurry," And Future Live Favorite "Hard Drivin' Man"). A Nice Mix Of Nostalgia, Intensity, And Bar Band Excitement, The Album Serves As Fair Warning That The Geils Band Was On The Scene And Was Ready To Bring Back The Good-Time Spirit Of The Juke Joint, The Abandon Of The Early Rock & Roll Scene, And The High Energy Of The Late-'60s Concert Halls." Tim Sendra, All Music Guide.... more details
 
J. Geils Band - Love Stinks Love Stinks
Pop New - LP LOO 517016 EMI
Sealed 1980 Original.... more details
 
J. Geils Band - You're Gettin' Even While I'm Gettin' Odd You're Gettin' Even While I'm Gettin' Odd
Pop New - LP SJ 17137 EMI
Sealed 1984 Original With Custom "Concealed Weapons" Song Hype Sticker Intact.... more details
 
J. Geils Band - Love Stinks Love Stinks
Pop Used - LP SOO-17016 EMI
1980 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve.... more details
 
J. Geils Band - J. Geils Band J. Geils Band
Pop Used - LP SD 8275 Atlantic
Beautiful 1970 Original With First Label (1841, Broadway Address).... more details
 
J. Geils Band - Bloodshot Bloodshot
Pop New - LP SD 7260 Atlantic
Sealed 1973 Original. Light Ring Wear, Hence Price. ”Bloodshot Is The J. Geils Band's Third Studio Album And Their First Top Ten (And Last Until 1982's Smash Freeze Frame). The Band Sounds Tighter, Meaner, And Funkier Than On Their First Two Releases, Frontman Peter Wolf Is Looser And Wilder Than Ever, And J. Geils Positively Rips Things Up On Guitar. This Newfound Power Could Be Down To The Band Blanketing The Country And Honing Their Craft In Sweaty Bars And Concert Halls. The Positive Response To Their Raw And Alive Live Album Full House May Have Helped Too. Whatever The Cause, Bloodshot Fairly Jumps Through The Speakers On Flat-Out Rockers Like Their Cover Of Obscure Soul Stomper "(Ain't Nothin But A) Houseparty," The Lean And Nasty "Back To Get Ya" (Which Features A Classic Wolf Aside, "Scramble My Eggs, Honey!"), And Concert Fave "Southside Shuffle." The Band Also Shows Their Range With Hokey But Fun Blues Shuffle "Struttin' With My Baby," Bopping Jump Blues ("Hold Your Loving"), And Very Convincing Heartbroken Balladry ("Start All Over Again"). The Band Also Delivers Their First Self-Penned Classic, The Reggae-Influenced "Give It To Me," Which Starts Off As A Tight And Tough Reggae-Influenced Pop Song And Spreads Out Into A Funky Jam That Equals Anything Similar The Stones Ever Attempted. Along With It Being A Hit, Bloodshot Is The First Geils Album To Stake A Claim On The Major Leagues Of Rock & Roll.” – Tim Sendra, All Music Guide... more details
 
J. Geils Band - Sanctuary Sanctuary
Pop New - LP SO 17006 EMI
Sealed 1978 Original With Custom "One Last Kiss" Hype Sticker Over Shrink Wrap. Clean COH.... more details
 
J. Geils Band - You're Gettin' Even While I'm Gettin' Odd You're Gettin' Even While I'm Gettin' Odd
Pop New - LP SJ 17137 EMI
Sealed 1984 Original With Custom "Concealed Weapons" Song Hype Sticker Intact. Cut Out Hole.... more details
 
J. Geils Band - Love Stinks Love Stinks
Pop Audiophile - LP NR 25 Nautilus
Sealed and Pristine 1981 Half-Speed Master.... more details
 
J. Geils Band - Morning After Morning After
Pop Used - LP SD 8297 Atlantic
1971 White Label Promo With Two Promo Stickers On Front Cover. Slight Ring Wear. Vinyl Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
J. Geils Band - Sanctuary Sanctuary
Pop New - LP SO 17006 EMI
Sealed 1978 Original. Clean Cut Out Hole.... more details
 
J. Geils Band - Bloodshot Bloodshot
Pop New - LP SD 7260 Atlantic
Sealed 1973 Original With Custom Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. ”Bloodshot Is The J. Geils Band's Third Studio Album And Their First Top Ten (And Last Until 1982's Smash Freeze Frame). The Band Sounds Tighter, Meaner, And Funkier Than On Their First Two Releases, Frontman Peter Wolf Is Looser And Wilder Than Ever, And J. Geils Positively Rips Things Up On Guitar. This Newfound Power Could Be Down To The Band Blanketing The Country And Honing Their Craft In Sweaty Bars And Concert Halls. The Positive Response To Their Raw And Alive Live Album Full House May Have Helped Too. Whatever The Cause, Bloodshot Fairly Jumps Through The Speakers On Flat-Out Rockers Like Their Cover Of Obscure Soul Stomper "(Ain't Nothin But A) Houseparty," The Lean And Nasty "Back To Get Ya" (Which Features A Classic Wolf Aside, "Scramble My Eggs, Honey!"), And Concert Fave "Southside Shuffle." The Band Also Shows Their Range With Hokey But Fun Blues Shuffle "Struttin' With My Baby," Bopping Jump Blues ("Hold Your Loving"), And Very Convincing Heartbroken Balladry ("Start All Over Again"). The Band Also Delivers Their First Self-Penned Classic, The Reggae-Influenced "Give It To Me," Which Starts Off As A Tight And Tough Reggae-Influenced Pop Song And Spreads Out Into A Funky Jam That Equals Anything Similar The Stones Ever Attempted. Along With It Being A Hit, Bloodshot Is The First Geils Album To Stake A Claim On The Major Leagues Of Rock & Roll.” – Tim Sendra, All Music Guide... more details
 
J. Geils Band - J. Geils Band J. Geils Band
Pop New - LP SD 8275 Atlantic
Sealed 1970 LP (Label Variation Unknown). "The J. Geils Band's Self-Titled Debut Served Notice That Rock & Roll Wasn't Dead In 1970 Despite The Best Efforts Of The Singer/Songwriter Brigade. Though It Sounds A Bit Reserved In The Light Of The Albums That Followed, Compared To The Majority Of Bands On The Scene, It Was A Nonstop Blast Of Energy, Fun, And Sweat. Featuring The Hipster Jive Of Singer Peter Wolf, The Amazing Afro And Harp Chops Of Magic Dick, The Fret-Burning Work Of J. Geils, And The Jack Of Many Trades Seth Justman (Keys, Compositions, Backing Vocals), The Geils Band Rips Through Some Classic Blues By The Likes Of Otis Rush ("Homework"), Walter Price ("Pack Fair And Square"), And John Lee Hooker (A Slow-Burning "Serves You Right To Suffer"), Old Motown Gems ("First I Look At The Purse"), And Originals That Stand Up Well Next To The Covers ("Wait," "What's Your Hurry," And Future Live Favorite "Hard Drivin' Man"). A Nice Mix Of Nostalgia, Intensity, And Bar Band Excitement, The Album Serves As Fair Warning That The Geils Band Was On The Scene And Was Ready To Bring Back The Good-Time Spirit Of The Juke Joint, The Abandon Of The Early Rock & Roll Scene, And The High Energy Of The Late-'60s Concert Halls." Tim Sendra, All Music Guide.... more details
 
J. Geils Band - Love Stinks Love Stinks
Pop Audiophile - LP NR 35 Nautilus
1981 Half-Speed Master With Insert. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
J. Geils Band - Flashback Flashback
Pop Used - LP ST 17174 EMI
Rare 1985 Best-Of Featuring 10 Smash Hits. Custom Hype Sticker On The Jacket. First Copy We Have Ever Had In Stock Of This Title. Pressed On Heavyweight Vinyl. Gold Promo Stamp On Cover. Probably A Promo Only Title. Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
J. Geils Band - Morning After Morning After
Pop New - LP SD 8297 Atlantic
Sealed And Pristine 1971 Original With Custom "Looking For A Love" Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. “The Morning After Is A Near Perfect Follow-Up To The J. Geils Band's Self-Titled Debut Album. It's More Of The Same Winning Blend Of Rocked-Out Blues, Jumped-Up Soul, And Pure Rock & Roll Wildness With Enough Attitude And Energy To Get A Club Full Of People From Zero To Sweaty In Less Than 60 Seconds. Featuring The Original Versions Of Songs That Became Radio Staples In Their Live Incarnations ("Looking For A Love," The Magic Dick Showcase "Whammer Jammer"), A Batch Of Covers Of Rare Soul Gems ("So Sharp," Don Covay's "The Usual Place," The Aforementioned "Looking For A Love"), And Some Fine Originals (The Rip-Roaring Opener "I Don't Need You No More," The Very Funky "Gotta Have Your Love," And The Heart-Rending Ballad "Cry One More Time," Which Was Covered Memorably By Gram Parsons On G.P.), The Morning After Is Definite Proof That The J. Geils Band Were Well On Their Way To Becoming One Of The Best Rock & Roll Bands Of Any Era.” Tim Sendra, All Music Guide.... more details
 
J. Geils Band - Bloodshot Bloodshot
Pop Colored Vinyl SD 7260 Atlantic
1973 Clear Red Vinyl Original. First Copy We Have Had In Stock Of The Colored Vinyl.... more details
 
J. Geils Band - Showtime Showtime
Pop New - LP SO 517087 EMI
Sealed 1982 Record Club Edition. Small Tear In Shrink Wrap.... more details
 
J. Geils Band - Showtime! Showtime!
Pop New - LP SO 17087 EMI
Sealed 1982 Original.... more details
 

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