Nesmith, Michael

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Nesmith, Michael - Wichita Train Whistle Sings Wichita Train Whistle Sings
Pop New - LP PACB 7-113 Pacific Arts
Sealed Stereo. Previously Released Material Recorded In 1967 And Featuring Shorty Rogers, James Burton, Doug Dillard, Jack Nimitz And Others.... more details
 
Nesmith, Michael - Tantamount To Treason Volume One Tantamount To Treason Volume One
Pop New - LP LSP 4563 RCA
Sealed 1972 Textured Cover Original, Saw Cut.... more details
 
Nesmith, Michael - Compilation Compilation
Pop Used - LP PAC7 106 Pacific Arts
1973 12 Track Compilation With Cut Corner. Nubile Nymphs Are Featured On The Front Cover.... more details
 
Nesmith, Michael - Compilation Compilation
Pop New - LP PAC 7-106 Pacific Arts
Sealed 1973 12 Track Compilation. Nubile Nymphs Are Featured On The Psychedelic Front Cover.... more details
 
Nesmith, Michael - Infinite Rider On The Big Dogma Infinite Rider On The Big Dogma
Pop New - LP PAC7-130 Pacific Arts
Sealed 1979 Original. Small Cut Corner. “As The '70s Drew To A Close, Michael Nesmith's Music Had Still Retained All Of The Intellect, Intrinsic Charm, And Dry Wit That Had Defined His Tenure As A Monkee, As Well As His Country-Rock-Flavored Solo Material From Earlier In The Decade. The Cryptically Titled Infinite Rider On The Big Dogma Was "Papa Nez"'S Ninth Post-Monkees Solo Studio Effort In As Many Years. The Southwestern Motif That Practically Defined Nesmith's First And Second National Band(S) Remained Throughout His Late-'70s Releases, Although Now The Distinct Pedal-Steel Guitars Had Been Morphed Into The More Traditional Rock & Roll Electric Ones. The Ten Tracks Cover A Lot Of Ground, From The '50s Sock-Hop Ballad "Magic" To A More Modern Approach To Love Songs On "Carioca" -- Featuring One Of Nesmith's Finest Unions Of Lyric To Melody. These Contrast Well With The Full-Fledged Heavy-Rockers "Factions" And "Horserace," Or The Slightly Caribbean Feel Of The Up-Tempo "Flying." Lindsay Planer, AMG.... more details
 
Nesmith, Michael - Infinite Rider On The Big Dogma Infinite Rider On The Big Dogma
Pop Used - LP PAC7-130 Pacific Arts
1979 Original In Shrink Wrap. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. “As The '70s Drew To A Close, Michael Nesmith's Music Had Still Retained All Of The Intellect, Intrinsic Charm, And Dry Wit That Had Defined His Tenure As A Monkee, As Well As His Country-Rock-Flavored Solo Material From Earlier In The Decade. The Cryptically Titled Infinite Rider On The Big Dogma Was "Papa Nez"'S Ninth Post-Monkees Solo Studio Effort In As Many Years. The Southwestern Motif That Practically Defined Nesmith's First And Second National Band(S) Remained Throughout His Late-'70s Releases, Although Now The Distinct Pedal-Steel Guitars Had Been Morphed Into The More Traditional Rock & Roll Electric Ones. The Ten Tracks Cover A Lot Of Ground, From The '50s Sock-Hop Ballad "Magic" To A More Modern Approach To Love Songs On "Carioca" -- Featuring One Of Nesmith's Finest Unions Of Lyric To Melody. These Contrast Well With The Full-Fledged Heavy-Rockers "Factions" And "Horserace," Or The Slightly Caribbean Feel Of The Up-Tempo "Flying." Lindsay Planer, AMG.... more details
 
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Pretty Much Your Standard Ranch Stash
Pop Used - LP PAC7-117 Pacific Arts
1973 2nd Issue Still In Shrink Wrap. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. Released On RCA In The Same Year With A Photo Of Nude Young Girls That Was Withdrawn. “After Hitting A Groove With And The Hits Just Keep On Comin', Which Michael Nesmith Recorded With Just Pedal Steel Guitarist Red Rhodes For Accompaniment, Nesmith Beefed His Sound Up Again With A Full Band On Pretty Much Your Standard Ranch Stash. But The Previous Album Seems To Have Reminded Nesmith About The Virtues Of Restraint, And While He Had A Six-Piece Band At His Disposal This Time Out, The Arrangements Are Tight And Efficient, Offering The Warmth And Immediacy Of His First National Band Sessions (And Sometimes Even Beating Them For Subtle, Understated Swing). Red Rhodes, As Always, Is The Star Soloist Here, But The Rest Of The Band Also Shines, In Particular The Guitars Of Jay Lacy And Dr. Robert Warford And The Solid Drumming Of Danny Lane. Nesmith Wrote One Of His Best And Purest Country Songs For This Set, "Winonah," And Offered Up A Solid Remake Of The Monkees Obscurity "Some Of Shelly's Blues," While Dipping Into Bluegrass For The Lovely Acoustic Medley "Back Porch And A Fruit Jar Full Of Iced Tea." Pretty Much Your Standard Ranch Stash Was Michael Nesmith's Final Album For RCA Records, And If It Didn't Fare Especially Well In The Marketplace, From A Musical Standpoint He Certainly Left The House That Nipper Built On A High Note -- It Was Hardly Your Standard '70s Country-Rock Album.” Mark Deming, AMG.... more details
 

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