Kooper, Al

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Kooper, Al - Al's Big Deal / Unclaimed Freight Al's Big Deal / Unclaimed Freight
Pop Used - LP PG 33169 Columbia
1975 2LP White Label Promo Gatefold Compilation. CC. 1B/1A/1C/1D Stampers, "Demonstration Not For Sale" Rubber Stamps On Front & Back Jacket. Very Light Jacket Wear, Both LP's Are Near Mint.... more details
 
Kooper, Al - Act Like Nothing's Wrong Act Like Nothing's Wrong
Pop New - LP UA-LA702-G United Artists
Sealed 1976 Gatefold Original. Small COH. Weird Cover Photos Show Al's Head With A Woman's Body And The Blond Female's Head With Al's Body.... more details
 
Kooper, Al - New York City (You're A Woman) New York City (You're A Woman)
Pop New - LP 30506 Columbia
Sealed, Hard To Find Textured Gatefold Original. “This Is The Fourth Solo Album From Rock And Roll Wunderkind Al Kooper. He Congregates Two Very Distinct Bands — One In London And The Other In Los Angeles — To Accompany Some Of His Most Emotive Compositions To Date. This Is Ironic When Considering The Title Track Is A Paean To The Big Apple. The UK Aggregate Consists Of Musicians From Hookfoot, Including Herbie Flowers (Bass), Caleb Quay (Guitar) And Roger Pope (Drums). The Band Were Fresh From Several Collaborations With Elton John, Most Notably His Third Studio Effort Tumbleweed Connection. The LA Sessions Included Legends Such As Carol Kaye (Bass), Paul Humphries (Drums) And Louis Shelton (Guitar). Also To Kooper's Credit Is His Own Talents As A Multi-Instrumentalist — Best Exemplified On The Title Track, Which Is In Essence Performed By A Trio Since Kooper Handles All The Guitars And Keyboards. His Nimble Piano Work Recalls The Same Contributions That He Made To Blood Sweat & Tears' Rendering Of Tim Buckley's "Morning Glory." Although Kooper Credits The Fab Four As His Inspiration To "Going Quietly Mad," From The Nasal-Sounding Lead Electric Guitar To The Highly Introspective Lyrics, It Has Many Of The Characteristics Of An Early Joe Walsh Composition Such As "Turn To Stone." As He Had Done On The Title Track, Kooper Tastefully Incorporates A String Section Without Coming Off As Pretentious Or Sonically Overbearing. Another Song Not To Be Missed Is The Cover Of Elton John's "Come Down In Time". This Version Blends Both Backing Bands As Herbie Flowers Reprises His Timeless Basslines From The Original, While Kooper And The LA All-Stars Provide The Remainder Of The Instrumental.” Lindsay Planer, AMG.... more details
 
No Image
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Naked Songs
Pop Used - LP SBP 234258 CBS
1973 UK Orange Label Original. Back Cover Has SRW.... more details
 
Kooper, Al - You Never Know Who Your Friends Are You Never Know Who Your Friends Are
Pop New - LP CS 9855 Columbia
Sealed 360 Stereo Label Original, Gatefold Cover. Features Bernard Purdie On Drums; Seldon Powell & Joe Farrell On Saxes; Lou Christie, Backing Vocals And Others.... more details
 
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Easy Does It
Pop New - LP G 30031 Columbia
Factory Sealed 1970 2LP Gatefold Original. ... more details
 
Kooper, Al - Championship Wrestling Championship Wrestling
Pop Used - LP 38137 Columbia
Hard To Find 1982 Vinyl.... more details
 
Kooper, Al - I Stand Alone I Stand Alone
Pop Used - LP CS 9718 Columbia
Beautiful 1968 360 Stereo Label Original Housed In A Gatefold Cover. Al's First Solo Project. 4½ Stars In All Music Guide. LP Appears Glossy, Unplayed. 1D/2C Stampers.... more details
 
Kooper, Al - I Stand Alone I Stand Alone
Pop New - LP CS 9718 Columbia
Factory Sealed Gatefold Original.... more details
 
Kooper, Al - Possible Projection Of The Future / Childhood's End Possible Projection Of The Future / Childhood's End
Pop New - LP KC 31159 Columbia
Sealed 1972 Gatefold Original With Color Insert. Cut Corner.... more details
 
Kooper, Al - You Never Know Who Your Friends Are You Never Know Who Your Friends Are
Pop Used - LP CS 9855 Columbia
360 Stereo Label Original, Gatefold Cover. Features Bernard Purdie On Drums; Seldon Powell & Joe Farrell On Saxes; Lou Christie, Backing Vocals And Others. Jacket Is VG+, But The LP Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Kooper, Al - New York City (You're A Woman) New York City (You're A Woman)
Pop New - LP C 30506 Columbia
Sealed, Hard To Find Textured Gatefold Original From The Collection Of A Columbia Record Exec With Promo Sticker On The Front Cover. “This Is The Fourth Solo Album From Rock And Roll Wunderkind Al Kooper. He Congregates Two Very Distinct Bands — One In London And The Other In Los Angeles — To Accompany Some Of His Most Emotive Compositions To Date. This Is Ironic When Considering The Title Track Is A Paean To The Big Apple. The UK Aggregate Consists Of Musicians From Hookfoot, Including Herbie Flowers (Bass), Caleb Quay (Guitar) And Roger Pope (Drums). The Band Were Fresh From Several Collaborations With Elton John, Most Notably His Third Studio Effort Tumbleweed Connection. The LA Sessions Included Legends Such As Carol Kaye (Bass), Paul Humphries (Drums) And Louis Shelton (Guitar). Also To Kooper's Credit Is His Own Talents As A Multi-Instrumentalist — Best Exemplified On The Title Track, Which Is In Essence Performed By A Trio Since Kooper Handles All The Guitars And Keyboards. His Nimble Piano Work Recalls The Same Contributions That He Made To Blood Sweat & Tears' Rendering Of Tim Buckley's "Morning Glory." Although Kooper Credits The Fab Four As His Inspiration To "Going Quietly Mad," From The Nasal-Sounding Lead Electric Guitar To The Highly Introspective Lyrics, It Has Many Of The Characteristics Of An Early Joe Walsh Composition Such As "Turn To Stone." As He Had Done On The Title Track, Kooper Tastefully Incorporates A String Section Without Coming Off As Pretentious Or Sonically Overbearing. Another Song Not To Be Missed Is The Cover Of Elton John's "Come Down In Time". This Version Blends Both Backing Bands As Herbie Flowers Reprises His Timeless Basslines From The Original, While Kooper And The LA All-Stars Provide The Remainder Of The Instrumental.” Lindsay Planer, AMG.... more details
 
Kooper, Al - Act Like Nothing's Wrong Act Like Nothing's Wrong
Pop New - LP UA-LA702-G United Artists
Sealed 1976 Gatefold Original. Cut Corner. Weird Cover Photos Show Al's Head With A Woman's Body And The Blond Female's Head With Al's Body.... more details
 
Kooper, Al - I Stand Alone I Stand Alone
Pop Used - LP CS 9718 Columbia
Beautiful 1968 360 Stereo Label Original Housed In A Gatefold Cover With Radio Station Timing Strip On The Front And "Promotion-Not For Sale" Sticker On The Back. Al's First Solo Project. 4½ Stars In All Music Guide. LP Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
Kooper, Al - You Never Know Who Your Friends Are You Never Know Who Your Friends Are
Pop Used - LP CS 9855 Columbia
1969 360 Stereo Label Gatefold Original With Timing Strip On Front And Promotion Sticker On Back. 1D/1B Stampers. Features Bernard Purdie On Drums; Seldon Powell & Joe Farrell On Saxes; Lou Christie, Backing Vocals And Others.... more details
 
Kooper, Al - Easy Does It Easy Does It
Pop Used - LP G 30031 Columbia
1970 2LP Gatefold Original With Timing Strip On Front Cover. 1A/1A/1B/1A Stampers. Both Records Appear Glossy, Unplayed. Slightest Hint Of Ring Wear On Back Cover.... more details
 
Kooper, Al - I Stand Alone I Stand Alone
Pop New - LP CS 9718 Columbia
Sealed 1968 360 Stereo Label Original Housed In A Gatefold Cover With "Demonstration-Not For Sale" Stamp On The Front Cover. Al's First Solo Project. 4½ Stars In All Music Guide.... more details
 
Kooper, Al - Easy Does It Easy Does It
Pop New - LP G 30031 Columbia
Sealed 1970 2LP Gatefold Original. Slight Ring Wear At The Bottom Of Cover Where Shrink Wrap Has Separated.... more details
 
Kooper, Al - Act Like Nothing's Wrong Act Like Nothing's Wrong
Pop New - LP UA-LA702-G United Artists
Sealed 1976 Gatefold Original. Tint Saw Cut. Weird Cover Photos Show Al's Head With A Woman's Body And The Blond Female's Head With Al's Body.... more details
 
Kooper, Al - New York City (You're A Woman) New York City (You're A Woman)
Pop Used - LP C 30506 Columbia
Hard To Find 1971 Textured Gatefold Original. “This Is The Fourth Solo Album From Rock And Roll Wunderkind Al Kooper. He Congregates Two Very Distinct Bands — One In London And The Other In Los Angeles — To Accompany Some Of His Most Emotive Compositions To Date. This Is Ironic When Considering The Title Track Is A Paean To The Big Apple. The UK Aggregate Consists Of Musicians From Hookfoot, Including Herbie Flowers (Bass), Caleb Quay (Guitar) And Roger Pope (Drums). The Band Were Fresh From Several Collaborations With Elton John, Most Notably His Third Studio Effort Tumbleweed Connection. The LA Sessions Included Legends Such As Carol Kaye (Bass), Paul Humphries (Drums) And Louis Shelton (Guitar). Also To Kooper's Credit Is His Own Talents As A Multi-Instrumentalist — Best Exemplified On The Title Track, Which Is In Essence Performed By A Trio Since Kooper Handles All The Guitars And Keyboards. His Nimble Piano Work Recalls The Same Contributions That He Made To Blood Sweat & Tears' Rendering Of Tim Buckley's "Morning Glory." Although Kooper Credits The Fab Four As His Inspiration To "Going Quietly Mad," From The Nasal-Sounding Lead Electric Guitar To The Highly Introspective Lyrics, It Has Many Of The Characteristics Of An Early Joe Walsh Composition Such As "Turn To Stone." As He Had Done On The Title Track, Kooper Tastefully Incorporates A String Section Without Coming Off As Pretentious Or Sonically Overbearing. Another Song Not To Be Missed Is The Cover Of Elton John's "Come Down In Time". This Version Blends Both Backing Bands As Herbie Flowers Reprises His Timeless Basslines From The Original, While Kooper And The LA All-Stars Provide The Remainder Of The Instrumental.” Lindsay Planer, AMG.... more details
 

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