Long John Baldry

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Long John Baldry - Long John's Blues Long John's Blues
Pop Used - LP UAS 5543 United Artists
Mint 1971 Gatefold In Shrink Wrap. 12 Classic Mono Performances From 1964-1966.... more details
 
Long John Baldry - Rock With The Best Rock With The Best
Pop New - LP ST 6490 Capitol
Sealed 1982 Canada Only Original. Clean Cut Out Hole.... more details
 
Long John Baldry - Long John Baldry Long John Baldry
Pop New - LP SW 17038 Capitol
Sealed 1980 Original, Clean Cut Out Hole. Engineered By Daniel Lanois.... more details
 
Long John Baldry - Wait For Me Wait For Me
Pop New - LP JX2S 7002 Janus
Sealed 1969 2LP Gatefold Original, COH. Bit Of Jacket Wear On Bottom Where Shrink Has Torn.... more details
 
Long John Baldry - It Ain't Easy It Ain't Easy
Pop Used - LP WS 1921 Warner
Beautiful Canadian Issue. β€œIt Ain't Easy Features A British Blues/Rock Lineup Befitting The Man Behind The Long John Baldry Moniker. This Album Returns Baldry To A Decidedly Edgier And Hipper Audience, With A Literal Cast Of All-Stars On Some Of The More Adventurous Material He Had Covered To Date. This Is No Doubt Due, At Least In Part, To The Involvement Of Rock Superstars Rod Stewart And Elton John. (In Fact, John Confesses To Have Taken The Last Name In His Stage Moniker From Baldry's First.) Among Their Contributions To The Project, Stewart And Elton Divided The Production Tasks -- Each Taking A Side Of The Original Album. Immediately, Baldry Sheds The MOR Blue-Eyed Pop Soul Image. The Backing Band On Stewart's Side Include Fellow Face And Future Rolling Stone, Ron Wood, On Electric Guitar And Acoustic Guitarist Sam Mitchell, Who Appeared On Many Of Stewart's Early-'70s Solo Albums. His Contributions To This Side Are Numerous, Including An Especially Potent Solo On Leadbelly's "Black Girl." This Authentic Duet Featuring Maggie Bell On Co-Lead Vocals Is A Definite Return To The Mississippi Delta For The Song Which Is Also Known As The Bluegrass Standard "In The Pines." Other Highlights From Stewart's Sector Include The Humorous And Self-Biographical Leadoff Track "Conditional Discharge," Which Is Paired With The Full-Tilt Boogie Of "Don't Try To Lay No Boogie Woogie On The King Of Rock & Roll." Arguably The Oddest Cover Version On This Album Is Also Among The Best; "Morning Morning" From Head Fug Tuli Kupferberg Is Given New And Surprisingly Fresh Life By Baldry. Highlights From Elton John's Side Include Randy Newman's "Let's Burn Down The Cornfield," Which Would Have Fit Perfectly On John's Tumbleweed Connection Album.” – Lindasy Planer, AMG... more details
 
Long John Baldry - Good To Be Alive Good To Be Alive
Pop New - LP NBLP 7012 Casablanca
Sealed 1975 Canadian Original. Cut Out Hole.... more details
 

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