Neil, Fred

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Neil, Fred - Little Bit Of Rain Little Bit Of Rain
Pop Used - LP EKS 74043 Elektra
Butterfly Label 2nd Issue.... more details
 
Neil, Fred - Other Side Of This Life Other Side Of This Life
Folk New - LP ST 657 Capitol
Sealed 1971 Original, Clean Cut Out Hole. The Final Album From One Of The Most Compelling Folk-Rockers To Emerge From Greenwich Village.... more details
 
Neil, Fred - Everybody's Talkin' Everybody's Talkin'
Folk New - LP SM 294 Capitol
Sealed And Pristine 2nd Issue Stereo. “Originally Released In Early 1967 As Simply Fred Neil And Re-Released As Everybody's Talkin' In 1969 After Harry Nilsson Had A Huge International Hit From The Soundtrack Of "Midnight Cowboy," This Album Is One Of The Greatest Progressive Folk Albums To Date. At The Time Of Its Recording, Neil Was A Well-Known Figure In The Folk World And An Influential Hero To Such Up And Coming Future Legends As David Crosby, Tim Buckley, John Sebastian, Stephen Stills, And Many Others. The Reasons For This Are All On This Record. Every Track On This Superb Album Is Marked By Neil's Wholly Original Approach, Combining Folk, Blues, Gospel, And Jazz (Among Other Things) To Create A Synthesis That Is Beguiling To Both The Ear And The Heart. Neil's Baritone Reaches Its Lowest, Honey-Soaked Depths On Cuts Like "Faretheewell," "That's The Bag I'm In," The Title Track, And Many More. Folk Music (And Music In General) Doesn't Get Much Better Than This.” Matthew Greenwald, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Neil, Fred - Fred Neil Fred Neil
Folk Used - LP ST 2665 Capitol
Beautiful And Hard To Find 1967 Rainbow Label Full Dimensional Stereo Original. Shrink Wrap Intact With Original Tectron $3.99 Price Tag. Considered To Be His Best Work Completing His Transition To Electric Folk-Rock. 4 1/2 Stars In All Music Guide. Feature The Song That Went On To Be Used In Midnight Cowboy: "Everbody's Talkin."... more details
 
Neil, Fred - Other Side Of  This Life Other Side Of This Life
Pop Used - LP SM 657 Capitol
1970's 2nd Issue.... more details
 
Neil, Fred - Other Side Of This Life-Unreleased Cover Other Side Of This Life-Unreleased Cover
Pop New - LP ST 657 Capitol
Sealed And Impossibly Rare 1971 Unreleased Cover Art Version. Only A Very Few Copies Of This May Ever Have Made It Out Of The Factory As There Is Virtually No Record Of This LP Existing With This Withdrawn Cover Art. A Pristine Piece!... more details
 
Neil, Fred - Bleeker & MacDougal Bleeker & MacDougal
Folk New - LP LP 5107 Sundazed
Sealed, Out Of Print 2001 180gm HQ Stereo Reissue.... more details
 
Neil, Fred - Everybody's Talkin' Everybody's Talkin'
Pop New - LP ST 294 Capitol
Sealed 2nd Issue Stereo, Clean COH. “Originally Released In Early 1967 As Simply Fred Neil And Re-Released As Everybody's Talkin' In 1969 After Harry Nilsson Had A Huge International Hit From The Soundtrack Of "Midnight Cowboy," This Album Is One Of The Greatest Progressive Folk Albums To Date. At The Time Of Its Recording, Neil Was A Well-Known Figure In The Folk World And An Influential Hero To Such Up And Coming Future Legends As David Crosby, Tim Buckley, John Sebastian, Stephen Stills, And Many Others. The Reasons For This Are All On This Record. Every Track On This Superb Album Is Marked By Neil's Wholly Original Approach, Combining Folk, Blues, Gospel, And Jazz (Among Other Things) To Create A Synthesis That Is Beguiling To Both The Ear And The Heart. Neil's Baritone Reaches Its Lowest, Honey-Soaked Depths On Cuts Like "Faretheewell," "That's The Bag I'm In," The Title Track, And Many More. Folk Music (And Music In General) Doesn't Get Much Better Than This.” Matthew Greenwald, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Neil, Fred - Everybody's Talkin' Everybody's Talkin'
Pop Used - LP SM 294 Capitol
Beautiful Heavy Vinyl Yellow Label 2nd Issue Of ST 2665. Appears Unplayed, Shrink Intact.... more details
 
Neil, Fred - Sessions Sessions
Pop Used - LP ST 2862 Capitol
Rare 1967 Rainbow Label Stereo Original. Seams Have Some Light Wear. LP Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Neil, Fred - Bleecker & McDougal Bleecker & McDougal
Folk Used - LP EKS 7293 Elektra
Beautiful Red Label Stereo Heavy Vinyl 2nd Issue. “Given The Late Fred Neil's Near Mythic Reputation As A Songwriter, Singer, Environmentalist, And Recluse, The Reissue Of His 1965 Album Bleecker & MacDougal Is Of Historic Importance. But Rather Than Being An Artifact Of The Man Who Wrote "Everybody's Talkin'," "Other Side To This Life" (Which Appears Here), And "Dolphins," This Album Is Made Of The Material That Gave Neil His Enigmatic Presence. This Is A Highly Evocative And Emotionally Charged Set Of Material, Nearly All Of Which Neil Composed. The Lineup On The Album Was Similar To His Previous Outing With Vince Martin, And Featured John Sebastian On Harmonica, Felix Pappalardi On Bass, And Guitarist Pete Childs (Who Also Played Dobro And Electric On The Date -- The Latter Was Heresy For A Folk Record), With Neil Playing 12-String. The Pace Of The Set Is Devastating, From The Greasy Blues Of The Title Track To The Strolling Darkness Of "Blues On The Ceiling," The Jug Band Stomp Of "Sweet Mama," And The Balladic Heraldry Of "Little Bit Of Rain," A Dynamic Tim Buckley Would Bring His Own Magic To As He Emulated It A Few Years Later. In Addition, There's The Tough Chicago Blues Meets California Swagger Of "Country Boy," Which Mike Bloomfield And Paul Butterfield Would Perfect Two Scant Years Later. "Other Side To This Life" Is Its Own Elegiac Painting In Sound, With Glistening Dirge-Like Textures Caressed By Neil's Baritone. The Tough, Battered "Travelin' Shoes" Is An Early Example Of Folk-Rock With A Big Accent On The Word "Rock." Yet, On The Album's Lone Cover, A Gorgeously Wrought And Multi-Textured Rendition Of "The Water Is Wide," Neil Added Spare, Haunting Jazz Overtones To The Arrangements, Transcending The Folk Coffeehouse Prison The Song Had Been Encased In For A Decade. In Fact, If One Listens To Bryter Layter By Nick Drake, It Would Be Easy To Hear The Connection. The Album Closes With The Winding Dobro That Sparks "Gone Again," Underlining The Album's Feeling Of Rambling Transience And Willful Acceptance Of Both The Graces And Hardships Life Offers. In 13 Songs, Neil Transformed The Folk Genre Into Something Wholly Other Yet Not Unfamiliar To Itself, And Helped Pave The Way For An Entire Generation Of Singer/Songwriters Who Cared As Much For The Blues As They Did For Folk Revival Traditions.” Thom Jurek, AMG.... more details
 

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