Kottke, Leo

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Kottke, Leo - 1971-1976 1971-1976
Pop New - LP ST 11576 Capitol
Sealed 1976 Original, Clean COH.... more details
 
Kottke, Leo - Ice Water Ice Water
Pop New - LP ST 11262 Capitol
Sealed 1974 Embossed Cover Original. Pristine Copy.... more details
 
Kottke, Leo - My Father's Face My Father's Face
Pop Used - LP 2050 Private Music
Extremely Hard To Find 1989 Original Pressed On Pure Virgin Vinyl. Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
Kottke, Leo - Time Step Time Step
Pop Used - LP PV 41411 Chrysalis
1983 Vinyl.... more details
 
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Folk New - LP C1024 Takoma
Factory Sealed 1971 Black And Gold Label Stereo Original. 4 1/2 Stars In All Music Guide - A Landmark Album Of The Genre.... more details
 
Kottke, Leo - Mudlark Mudlark
Pop New - LP ST 682 Capitol
Sealed 1971 Original, Clean COH. “Mudlark Rates Highly On Many A Kottke Fan's Favorite List. This Was Kottke's Capitol Records Debut, And His Solo Instrumental Sound Is Augmented With The Addition Of Studio Sidemen (Bass, Drums, Piano). His Playing Is Superb (No Surprise There) And Full Of Youthful Vigor -- A Fusion Of High-Speed Picking, Brash Slide Work, Funky Folk, Acoustic Rock, And Melodicism.” Jim Esch, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Kottke, Leo - Dreams And All That Stuff Dreams And All That Stuff
Pop New - LP ST 11335 Capitol
Sealed 1974 Original, Clean Cut-Out Hole, Custom Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. “Kottke's Sixth Official Album Is A Dazzling Array Of Pieces, Some Wistfully Romantic ("Mona Ray"), Others Savagely Witty ("When Shrimps Learn To Whistle"), And Still Others Downright Folksy ("Bill Cheatham"), With Accompaniments Of Varying Shapes And Types, From Dobro To Synthesizer And Piano. The Shifting Moods Make This Album, Appropriately Enough, A Rather Dreamlike Experience, As Kottke Moves From The Blues-Inflected "Vertical Trees," Through A Jaunty Medley Of "San Antonio Rose"/"America, The Beautiful," Into "Constant Traveller" (Which Opens On A Cascading Guitar Pattern And Shifts To A Slower, More Elegant And Bluesy Mode), Through Rippling Bravura Pieces Like "Taking A Sandwich To A Feast," And Into The Slower And More Lyrical Guitar-Piano Duet, "Hole In The Day." Kottke's Own Tunes Are Reasonably Memorable, Though The Virtuosity Tends To Overshadow The Music Itself At Times.” Bruce Eder, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Kottke, Leo - 6 And 12 String Guitar 6 And 12 String Guitar
Folk New - LP C 1024 Takoma
Sealed 1970 Heavy Vinyl Original With The C1024 Catalog Number On The Spine. An All Time Audiophile Classic.... more details
 
Kottke, Leo - Live In Europe Live In Europe
Pop Used - LP 202 706 Chrysalis
1980 Belgian Original.... more details
 
Kottke, Leo - Greenhouse Greenhouse
Pop New - LP ST 11000 Capitol
Sealed 1972 Textured Cover Original. Clean Cut Out Hole. First Copy We Have Had In Stock In Nine Years. “A Somewhat Less Ambitious Record Than Mudlark, From A Recording Standpoint, Greenhouse Is A True Solo Record That Offers Several Surprises. Over A Third Of It Is Made Up Of Vocal Numbers, Including Two That Are Absolutely Superb. "Tiny Island" May Be The Best Track Here, A Song By Al Gaylor, Inspired By The Death Of Jimi Hendrix, That Offer One Of Kottke's Best Vocal Performances Of His Whole Career. Also Worth The Price Of A Ticket Are A Pair Of John Fahey-Related Tunes ("In Christ There Is No East Or West," "Last Steam Engine Train") That He Puts His Own Unique Spin On, With The Latter A True Dazzler As An Acoustic Piece; "From The Cradle To The Grave," A Strangely Compelling Song In Which Kottke's Singing Is The Backup To His Guitar, Which Has Center Stage Even When He's Singing; And The Slow, Lyrical Bluesy "Louise," Another Vocal Performance Where Kottke Excels As A Singer; The Playful, Delightful "The Spanish Entomogolgist," A Medley Of Children's Songs That Includes Quotations From "Tumbling Tumbleweeds" And "Jambalaya"; And The Gorgeous Bluegrass Guitar Workout On "Owls." Bruce Eder, AMG.... more details
 
Kottke, Leo - Dreams And All That Stuff Dreams And All That Stuff
Pop New - LP ST 11335 Capitol
Sealed 1974 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve.... more details
 
Kottke, Leo - 6 And 12 String Guitar 6 And 12 String Guitar
Folk New - LP ST 72724 Takoma
Mint, Unplayed Black & Gold Label Still In Shrink Wrap. This Has The 2nd Catalog Number. Originals Are C 10247.... more details
 
Kottke, Leo - Live At Scholar Coffee House Live At Scholar Coffee House
Folk Used - LP S-1 Oblivion
Beautiful 1969 Debut Rarity. LP Appears Virtually Unplayed.... more details
 
Kottke, Leo - Circle 'Round The Sun Circle 'Round The Sun
Folk Used - LP SY 2001 Symposium
Rare 1970 Private Press In Shrink Wrap. Unplayed Condition.... more details
 
Kottke, Leo - My Feet Are Smiling My Feet Are Smiling
Folk New - LP ST 11164 Capitol
Sealed 1973 Original. Recorded Live In Front Of A Hometown Crowd At The Tyrone Guthrie Theater On December 19th & 20th, 1972. Four And A Half Stars From AMG. Pristine Copy.... more details
 
Kottke, Leo - Chewing Pine Chewing Pine
Pop New - LP ST 11446 Capitol
Sealed 1975 Original. ‘Leo Kottke's Seventh Album Is A Dazzling Amalgam Of Sounds And Styles -- There's A Surprising Emphasis On Vocal Numbers Here, Beginning With "Standing On The Outside" And "Power Failure" (A Procol Harum Number, No Less), That Show Him Off Singing With A Full Band In A Light Country-Ish Vein, Followed By "Venezuela, There You Go," A Loping Instrumental That Incorporates Some Nimble-Textured Slide Guitar To Great Effect In Its Opening Bars. Then It's Back To A Vocal Idiom With A Slow, Powerful, Bluesy Rendition Of Marty Robbins' "Don't You Think," On Which Bill Barber's Piano Shares The Spotlight With Kottke's Singing. Some Of The Rest, Like "Monkey Money," Don't Meld His Guitar And The Band As Well, And As Good As The Robbins Song Is, The Virtues Of This Album Lie In Its Leaner Instrumentals. The Obvious Attempt On Chewing Pine To Sell Kottke As More Of A Mainstream Artist And A Sometime Singer Obviously Didn't Work, As This Closed Out His Contract With Capitol Records (Apart From One Subsequent Compilation). It Also Says Something About How The Artist Himself And His Admirers Feel; Only A Single Track Off Of Chewing Pine, The Shimmering, Fingerpicking Instrumental "The Scarlatti Rip-Off," Earned A Place On His Rhino Anthology. There Are Enough Good Moments, And Even A Few Transcendent Ones, To Justify Owning This Album.” – Bruce Eder, AMG... more details
 
Kottke, Leo - Time Step Time Step
Folk New - LP PV 41411 Chrysalis
Sealed Original Produced By T-Bone Burnett.... more details
 
Kottke, Leo - A Shout Toward Noon A Shout Toward Noon
Pop New - LP 2007 Private
Sealed 1986 Original, Saw Notch. “Though The Opening Cuts Are Typical Leo Kottke Instrumentals -- Bouncy Guitar Pieces With Nods To Jazz, Folk, And Blues -- A Shout Toward Noon Is Dominated By More Moody, Somber Tunes. In Some Cases These Are In Bright Folk Territory -- "Four Four North" Has The Tense, Repetitive Activity Of A Hitchcock Soundtrack And Features Some Unusual Guitar Techniques That Magnify The Sense Suspense. Other Cuts Like "The Ice Field" Have The Meditative, Melancholy Character That Is More Typical Of John Fahey's Later Work. This Isn't To Say That There Are No Bright Moments, Just That The Musical Dynamic Of This Entire Album Is Wider Than Usual. A Shout Toward Noon Is In Fact One Of Kottke's Most Intriguing Albums, One Which Amply Rewards Repeated Listening.” Richard Foss, AMG.... more details
 
Kottke, Leo - Balance Balance
Folk New - LP CHR 1234 Chrysalis
Sealed 1979 Original. CC. Creases. Black Line In Scan Is A Loose Piece Of Paper Under Shrink.... more details
 
Kottke, Leo - Leo Kottke Leo Kottke
Folk New - LP CHR 1106 Chrysalis
Sealed 1976 Original With Tiny CC.... more details
 
Kottke, Leo - Chewing Pine Chewing Pine
Pop New - LP ST 11446 Capitol
Sealed 1975 Original. Clean Cut Out Hole.... more details
 
Kottke, Leo - Burnt Lips Burnt Lips
Pop New - LP CHR 1191 Chrysalis
Sealed 1978 Original.... more details
 
Kottke, Leo - Voluntary Target Voluntary Target
Folk New - LP CRPDL2-016 Pair
1983 Sealed 2LP Set Containing The Albums "Burnt Lips" And "Balance" In Their Entirety.... more details
 
Kottke, Leo - Balance Balance
Folk Used - LP CHR 1234 Chrysalis
1979 Original With Gold Promo Stamp On Back. Vinyl Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
Kottke, Leo - Ice Water Ice Water
Folk Used - LP ST 11262 Capitol
1974 Embossed Cover Original With Clean Cut Out Hole.... more details
 
Kottke, Leo - Leo Kottke Leo Kottke
Folk Audiophile - LP C 1024 Classic Records
Sealed, Out Of Print 200gm Clarity SV-P II Audiophile Pressing. “Leo Kottke's Wide-Release Debut Came About After He Sent A Cassette To John Fahey's Takoma Label. Not Surprisingly, It Recalls Fahey's Work In A Number Of Respects: The Synthesis Of Numerous Influences From Blues, Pop, Classical, And Folk Styles, The Weirdly Titled Instrumentals, Even The Tongue-In-Cheek Liner Notes. Kottke's Brand Of Virtuosity, However, Is More Soothing And Easy On The Ear Than Fahey's. It's Far From Sappy, Though, The Rich And Resonant Picking Intimating Some Underlying Restlessness, Like Peaceful Open Fields After A Storm. Establishing Much Of The Territory Kottke Was To Explore Throughout His Career, This Release Was Also One Of His Most Popular, Eventually Selling Over 500,000 Copies.” Richie Unterberger, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Kottke, Leo - Circle 'Round The Sun Circle 'Round The Sun
Folk Used - LP SY 2001 Symposium
Rare 1970 Black & Silver Label Original. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Kottke, Leo - Regards From Chuck Pink Regards From Chuck Pink
Pop New - LP 2025-1-P Private Music
Sealed, Rare 1988 Original. Small Cut Out Hole. Features Buell Neidlinger, Evan Wilson And Peter Erskine.... more details
 
Kottke, Leo - 1971-1976 1971-1976
Pop New - LP ST 11576 Capitol
Sealed 1976 Original. Compiles Tracks Originally Released On Singles And Albums.... more details
 
Kottke, Leo - The Best The Best
Pop Used - LP SWBC 11867 Capitol
Beautiful 1978 2LP Gatefold Original.... more details
 
Kottke, Leo - Leo Kottke Leo Kottke
Folk Audiophile - LP C 1024 Classic Records
Sealed, Out Of Print 140gm Audiophile Pressing. “Leo Kottke's Wide-Release Debut Came About After He Sent A Cassette To John Fahey's Takoma Label. Not Surprisingly, It Recalls Fahey's Work In A Number Of Respects: The Synthesis Of Numerous Influences From Blues, Pop, Classical, And Folk Styles, The Weirdly Titled Instrumentals, Even The Tongue-In-Cheek Liner Notes. Kottke's Brand Of Virtuosity, However, Is More Soothing And Easy On The Ear Than Fahey's. It's Far From Sappy, Though, The Rich And Resonant Picking Intimating Some Underlying Restlessness, Like Peaceful Open Fields After A Storm. Establishing Much Of The Territory Kottke Was To Explore Throughout His Career, This Release Was Also One Of His Most Popular, Eventually Selling Over 500,000 Copies.” Richie Unterberger, All Music Guide.... more details
 

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