McLean, Don

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McLean, Don - Don McLean Don McLean
Pop New - LP UAS 5651 UA
Sealed 1972 Textured Cover Original. Perhaps His Most Underrated Album Features Such Great Songs As "Bronco Bill's Lament", " Narcisissma", "Oh My What A Shame". A Little-Known Gem Of An Album. Small Cut Corner.... more details
 
McLean, Don - Tapestry Tapestry
Pop New - LP UAS 5522 UA
Sealed 1971 2nd Issue Of His Classic 1970 First LP, Custom Plastic Hype Sticker On Shrink, Cut Corner. "It Took The Success Of Don McLean's Second Album, American Pie, To Stimulate Interest In His Debut Record, Tapestry. But Once The New Fans Looked, They Found That The Album Contained The Same High Level Of Pop-Folk Songwriting, If In A Somewhat Less Epic Form. "Castles In The Air" Became A Hit, And The Album Also Contained Mclean's Version Of His Song "And I Love You So," Which Perry Como Successfully Covered In 1973." William Ruhlmann, AMG.... more details
 
McLean, Don - Playin' Favorites Playin' Favorites
Pop New - LP UA-LA161-F United Artists
Sealed 1973 Heavy Vinyl Original. Pristine Copy.... more details
 
McLean, Don - Don McLean Don McLean
Pop New - LP UAS 5651 UA
Sealed 1972 Textured Cover Original. Perhaps His Most Underrated Album Features Such Great Songs As "Bronco Bill's Lament", "Narcisissma", "Oh My What A Shame". A Little-Known Gem Of An Album. Small, Clean Cut Out Hole. Recommended.... more details
 
McLean, Don - Dominion Dominion
Pop Used - LP DOM 82 EMI
1982 UK Only 2LP Gatefold Original Recorded Live At The Dominion Theatre, London. Both LPs Appear Unplayed. Only The 2nd Copy We Have Ever Had In Stock.... more details
 
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Pop Used - LP A 652 H2 United Artists
Hard To Find 2 LP Retrospective With Live European Performances Not On Any Other Record. ... more details
 
McLean, Don - Greatest Hits-Then & Now Greatest Hits-Then & Now
Pop New - LP ST 17255 EMI
Sealed, Hard To Find 1987 Vinyl, Clean COH. Features Newly Recorded Versions Of His Classics.... more details
 
McLean, Don - Homeless Brother Homeless Brother
Pop New - LP UA-LA315-G United Artists
Sealed 1974 Original. Small CC. Custom Sticker Over Shrink Wrap. “After Taking An Album Off As A Songwriter With The All-Covers Collection Playin' Favourites In 1973, Don Mclean Returned To Providing Most Of The Compositions On His Fifth LP Homeless Brother In 1974. It Was An Ambitious Work, Which He Signaled By A Sleeve Note On The Back Cover In Which He Described "The Vision Of This Album...Growing Within...." That Vision, Or Concept, Seemed To Be Embodied In The Title And Corresponding Album Cover, A Painting Of A Hobo Inside A Boxcar. And, Indeed, In Song After Song, Notably The Title Track, Which Found Mclean Being Accompanied By His Mentor, Pete Seeger, On Background Vocals, There Were References To Hoboes And Hoboing. But There Was Also An Entirely Different Concept At Work On Homeless Brother. That Concept Was Also Suggested In The Original Packaging, Which Was A Glossy Gatefold LP Cover, The Actual Album Sleeve Containing Both The Lyrics And Lengthy Lists Of High-Priced Studio Musicians Including Horn And String Sections Working At The Behest Of Producer Joel Dorn. All This Suggested A Major Recording Effort And A Big Release With The Big Sales Such A Release Was Intended To Garner. That May Help Explain The Album's Curious Commercial Fate. United Artists Records Released The Attractive Love Song "La La Love You" As A Single, But Failed To Break It, And The LP Foundered On The Charts. Then, Months Later, A Second Single, The Infectious 1930s-Styled "Wonderful Baby" (A Song Written For Fred Astaire, Who Recorded It, With Some Deceptively Childlike Lyrics That Turned Out To Be Somewhat Caustic Upon Close Examination) Was Put Out On 45 And Proceeded To Top The Billboard Easy Listening Chart, Much Too Late To Do Any Good To The Album On Which It Originated.” William Ruhlmann, AMG.... more details
 
McLean, Don - American Pie American Pie
Pop New - LP UAS 5535 Liberty
Factory Sealed And Pristine RCA Music Club Issue. Original Jackets With Original Catalog Numbers Were Used With An RCA Stamp On The Rear Jacket.... more details
 
McLean, Don - American Pie American Pie
Pop Used - LP UAS-5535 United Artists
Very Hard To Find 1971 Heavy Vinyl Original Brown Label With Original Custom Brown Printed Inner Sleeve. First Original Copy We Have Seen In Several Years.... more details
 
McLean, Don - Chain Lightning Chain Lightning
Pop New - LP BXL1-7756 Millenium
Sealed 1978 Original, Saw Cut.... more details
 
McLean, Don - American Pie American Pie
Pop New - LP UAS 5535 United Artists
First Factory Sealed 1971 Original We Have Seen In Over 10 Years.... more details
 
McLean, Don - Believers Believers
Pop New - LP BKL1-7762 Millenium
Sealed 1981 Original With Custom Song Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Small Saw Cut.... more details
 
McLean, Don - Tapestry Tapestry
Pop Used - LP 41-4 Mediarts
Hard To Find 1971 Original. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
McLean, Don - Tapestry Tapestry
Pop New - LP UAS 5522 United Artists
Sealed 1971 2nd Issue Of His Classic 1970 First LP, CC. "It Took The Success Of Don Mclean's Second Album, American Pie, To Stimulate Interest In His Debut Record, Tapestry. But Once The New Fans Looked, They Found That The Album Contained The Same High Level Of Pop-Folk Songwriting, If In A Somewhat Less Epic Form. "Castles In The Air" Became A Hit, And The Album Also Contained Mclean's Version Of His Song "And I Love You So," Which Perry Como Successfully Covered In 1973." William Ruhlmann, AMG.... more details
 
McLean, Don - Tapestry Tapestry
Pop New - LP LN 10157 Liberty
Sealed All Analogue 3rd Issue Of His Classic 1970 Debut Album. "It Took The Success Of Don Mclean's Second Album, American Pie, To Stimulate Interest In His Debut Record, Tapestry. But Once The New Fans Looked, They Found That The Album Contained The Same High Level Of Pop-Folk Songwriting, If In A Somewhat Less Epic Form. "Castles In The Air" Became A Hit, And The Album Also Contained Mclean's Version Of His Song "And I Love You So," Which Perry Como Successfully Covered In 1973." William Ruhlmann, AMG.... more details
 
McLean, Don - American Pie American Pie
Pop Used - LP UAS 5535 United Artists
1971 Brown Label Original Still In Shrink Wrap With The Original Custom Inner Sleeve. Also Has The Scarce Oval "American Pie" Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
McLean, Don - Very Best Of Don McLean Very Best Of Don McLean
Pop Used - LP UAG 30314 United Artists
Mint 1980 UK Compilation Autgraphed By Don In Red Pen On The Front Cover: "For Carla-Your Dad Took This Picture! Sincerely Don McLean."... more details
 
McLean, Don - American Pie American Pie
Pop New - LP LNS 10037 LIberty
Sealed 70s Reissue (Pre-Bar Code).... more details
 
McLean, Don - RCA Special Radio Series Vol. VII RCA Special Radio Series Vol. VII
Pop New - LP DJL1-3933 RCA
Sealed 1981 Promo Only Original. Features Interview Segments Plus Tracks From 'Chain Lightning" Album. Rare!... more details
 
McLean, Don - Love Tracks Love Tracks
Pop Used - LP C1 48080 Capitol
1988 Original With Clean Cut Out Hole. Vinyl Appears Glossy, Unplayed. Light Seam Rubbing.... more details
 
McLean, Don - Prime Time Prime Time
Pop New - LP AB 4149 Arista
Sealed 1977 Original With Cut Corner.... more details
 
McLean, Don - Chain Lightning Chain Lightning
Pop New - LP BXL1-7756 Millenium
Sealed 1978 Original With Custom Song Hype Sticker On Shrink.... more details
 
McLean, Don - Don McLean Don McLean
Pop New - LP UAS 5651 United Artists
Sealed 1972 Textured Cover Original. Perhaps His Most Underrated Album Features Such Great Songs As "Bronco Bill's Lament", "Narcisissma", "Oh My What A Shame". A Little-Known Gem Of An Album. Crisp Corners. Recommended.... more details
 
McLean, Don - American Pie American Pie
Pop New - LP 000 Solo Music Corp.
Sealed, Rare "Pirate" Copy Of His Greatest Album.... more details
 
McLean, Don - American Pie American Pie
Pop Audiophile - LP SVLP 238 Simply Vinyl
Rare 2000 180gm HQ Reissue Of An All-Time Classic. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. First Copy We Have Had In Stock.... more details
 
McLean, Don - Homeless Brother Homeless Brother
Pop New - LP UA-LA315-G United Artists
Sealed 1974 Original With Custom Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. “After Taking An Album Off As A Songwriter With The All-Covers Collection Playin' Favourites In 1973, Don Mclean Returned To Providing Most Of The Compositions On His Fifth LP Homeless Brother In 1974. It Was An Ambitious Work, Which He Signaled By A Sleeve Note On The Back Cover In Which He Described "The Vision Of This Album...Growing Within...." That Vision, Or Concept, Seemed To Be Embodied In The Title And Corresponding Album Cover, A Painting Of A Hobo Inside A Boxcar. And, Indeed, In Song After Song, Notably The Title Track, Which Found Mclean Being Accompanied By His Mentor, Pete Seeger, On Background Vocals, There Were References To Hoboes And Hoboing. But There Was Also An Entirely Different Concept At Work On Homeless Brother. That Concept Was Also Suggested In The Original Packaging, Which Was A Glossy Gatefold LP Cover, The Actual Album Sleeve Containing Both The Lyrics And Lengthy Lists Of High-Priced Studio Musicians Including Horn And String Sections Working At The Behest Of Producer Joel Dorn. All This Suggested A Major Recording Effort And A Big Release With The Big Sales Such A Release Was Intended To Garner. That May Help Explain The Album's Curious Commercial Fate. United Artists Records Released The Attractive Love Song "La La Love You" As A Single, But Failed To Break It, And The LP Foundered On The Charts. Then, Months Later, A Second Single, The Infectious 1930s-Styled "Wonderful Baby" (A Song Written For Fred Astaire, Who Recorded It, With Some Deceptively Childlike Lyrics That Turned Out To Be Somewhat Caustic Upon Close Examination) Was Put Out On 45 And Proceeded To Top The Billboard Easy Listening Chart, Much Too Late To Do Any Good To The Album On Which It Originated.” William Ruhlmann, AMG.... more details
 
McLean, Don - American Pie American Pie
Pop Audiophile - LP SVLP 238 Simply Vinyl
Sealed, Rare 2000 180gm HQ Reissue Of An All-Time Classic. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. First Copy We Have Had In Stock. Has The Original UK Price Tag On The Outer Sleeve.... more details
 
McLean, Don - Don McLean Don McLean
Pop Used - LP UAS 5651 United Artists
1972 Textured Cover Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. LP Appears Unplayed. Perhaps His Most Underrated Album Features Such Great Songs As "Bronco Bill's Lament", "Narcisissma", "Oh My What A Shame". A Little-Known Gem Of An Album. Recommended.... more details
 

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