Mack, Lonnie

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Mack, Lonnie - Glad I’m In The Band Glad I’m In The Band
Pop New - LP EKS 74040 Elektra
Sealed 1969 Original. Mack Attacks Frankie Ford's "Roberta," Ted Taylor's "Stay Away From My Baby," And Little Willie John's "Let Them Talk" With A Slightly Rockier Edge Than His Previous Stuff. R&B Vet Maxwell Davis Did The Horn Charts. Also Includes "Memphis" And "Why."... more details
 
Mack, Lonnie - Whatever's Right Whatever's Right
Blues New - LP EKS-74050 Elektra
Sealed 1969 Original. Small Cut Out Hole.... more details
 
Mack, Lonnie - Roadhouses & Dance Halls Roadhouses & Dance Halls
Country Used - LP FE 44075 Epic
Hard To Find 1988 Vinyl.... more details
 
Mack, Lonnie - Home At Last Home At Last
Country New - LP ST 11619 Capitol
Sealed 1977 Original, Clean COH. Mainstream Country From The Blues-Rock Legend.... more details
 
Mack, Lonnie - Home At Last Home At Last
Country New - LP ST 11619 Capitol
Sealed 1977 Original. No Promo Or Deletion Markings.... more details
 
Mack, Lonnie - Hills Of Indiana Hills Of Indiana
Pop New - LP EKS 74102 Elektra
Sealed 1971 Die-Cut Cover Original. “The Third And Last Album That Lonnie Mack Recorded For Elektra In His Brief Stint With The Label In The Late '60s And Early '70s, The Hills Of Indiana Must Have Surprised Quite A Few Listeners Familiar With His Earlier Work. There Were Little Of The Blues-Rock-R&B-Oriented Guitar Fireworks That Many Of His Earlier Recordings Had Boasted. In Contrast, It Was A Pretty Laid-Back Affair With Plenty Of Roots Rock, Country-Rock, And Early-'70s Singer/Songwriter Influences. Steel Guitar And Fiddle Augmented The Usual Rock Lineup, String And Horn Arrangements Were Devised By Norbert Putnam (Who Played Bass On Much Of The Record), And There Were Liberal Touches Of Gospel In The Songwriting, Singing, And Occasional Background Vocals. The Set Was Divided Between Collaborative Compositions Between Mack And Don Nix (Who Sang Lead Vocal On "Three Angels") And Covers Of Songs By Carole King, Bob Dylan, Mickey Newbury, Bill Monroe, And Others. As With Many Early-'70s Records -- Including Those Of Another Early Rock & Roll Guitar Pioneer, Link Wray -- The Influence Of The Band's Dignified Americana Is Substantial. At Times It Sounds A Little Like The Band Crossed With Some Of Early Elton John's Most American-Influenced Material, Perhaps With A Pinch Of John Fogerty. While This Type Of Stuff Might Not Be Mack's Forte, Actually It's Quite Respectable, If Low-Key, And Sung With Endearing, Earnest Conviction.” – Richie Unterberger, AMG... more details
 
Mack, Lonnie - Second Sight Second Sight
Blues New - LP AL 4750 Alligator
Sealed 1986 Original.... more details
 

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