Odetta

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Odetta - It's Impossible It's Impossible
Folk Audiophile - LP PV 1503 Pure Vinyl
Sealed, Out Of Print 180gm HQ German Import. Highly Recommended.... more details
 
Odetta - One Grain Of Sand One Grain Of Sand
Folk Audiophile - LP AA 024 Alto
Sealed, Out Of Print 180gm HQ Stereo Reissue. A Superb Recording From 1963 Featuring Bill Lee On Bass. Originally Released On Vanguard Records. First Copy We Have Seen In Nine Years.... more details
 
Odetta - Movin' It On Movin' It On
Folk Used - LP RQ 101 Rose Quartz
First Copy We Have Seen Of This Rare 1987 Original Pressed On 100% Pure Virgin Vinyl With Insert. Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
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Sings Folk Songs
Folk Used - LP LSP 2643 RCA
Stunning 1963 Deep Groove Stereo Original. 3S/3S Stampers.... more details
 
Odetta - Odetta In Japan Odetta In Japan
Folk New - LP LSP 3457 RCA
Sealed 1966 Stereo Original. Recorded Live In Tokyo, COH.... more details
 
Odetta - Sings Ballads And Blues Sings Ballads And Blues
Blues New - LP TLP 1010 Tradition
Sealed 1956 Mono Original, Label Variation Unknown.... more details
 
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Odetta At Carnegie Hall
Pop Used - LP VRS 9076 Vanguard
Deep Groove Mono Original In Shrink Wrap. 2" Bottom Center Seam Split. ... more details
 
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Odetta At Carnegie Hall
Pop Used - LP SRV 73003 Vanguard
Heavy Vinyl 70's Analogue Reissue. ... more details
 
Odetta - Odetta In Japan Odetta In Japan
Folk New - LP LSP 3457 RCA
Rare 1966 Deep Groove Stereo Original Still In Shrink Wrap. Crisp Corners, No Deletion Cuts. Unplayed Condition. 1S/1S Stampers.... more details
 
Odetta - Odetta Sings Dylan Odetta Sings Dylan
Folk Used - LP LPM 3324 RCA
Beautiful 1965 Deep Groove Mono Original.... more details
 
Odetta - Odetta Sings Dylan Odetta Sings Dylan
Folk Audiophile - LP LSP 3324 Speakers Corner
Sealed 180gm HQ Import. Last Copy.... more details
 
Odetta - Odetta Sings Of Many Things Odetta Sings Of Many Things
Folk New - LP LSP 2923 RCA
Sealed 1964 Deep Groove Stereo Original.... more details
 
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Odetta Sings
Folk New - LP 2425 046 Polydor
Sealed Canadian Original. ... more details
 
Odetta - Odetta Sings Of Many Things Odetta Sings Of Many Things
Folk New - LP LPM 2923 RCA
Sealed 1964 Mono Original.... more details
 
Odetta - Odetta In Japan Odetta In Japan
Folk New - LP LPM 3457 RCA
Sealed 1966 Mono Original.... more details
 
Odetta - Odetta And The Blues Odetta And The Blues
Blues New - LP RLP 417 Riverside
Sealed 1962 Heavy Vinyl Stereo Original. “Odetta Earned Her Rep Singing Traditional Folk In The Mid-'50s Before The American Folk Revival Got Underway With The Kingston Trio And "Tom Dooley" In 1958. Unlike Many Of Her Contemporaries, However, She Had A Habit Of Going Her Own Way From Time To Time. One Of Odetta's Most Interesting Deviations From Straight Folk, And One That Caused A Bit Of Contention Among Her More Conservative Contemporaries, Was Odetta And The Blues, Released By Riverside In 1962. Drawing From Classic Female Blues Singers Like Bessie Smith, Mamie Smith, And Ma Rainy, She Traded In Her Acoustic Guitar For A Six-Piece Jazz Band Featuring Trumpeter Buck Clayton, Trombonist Vic Dickenson, Clarinetist Herb Hall, Pianist Dick Wellstood, Bassist Ahmed Abdul-Malik, And Drummer Shep Shepherd. The Results Are So Convincing That If One Didn't Know Who Odetta Was Or What Time Period She Sang In, It Would Be Easy To Believe She Had Been A Classic Blues Singer. From The Upbeat New Orleans Jazz Of "Believe I'll Go" To The Down-Home Blues Of "Oh, My Babe," Odetta And The Blues Is A Fun, Inspired, And Surprising Album. Odetta Gives Full Range To Her Magnificent Voice, Providing A Fresh Makeover To Old Favorites Like "Yonder Comes The Blues," While Trumpet, Trombone, And Clarinet Work Offers Lively, Vivacious Accompaniment. In Many Ways, Odetta And The Blues Isn't The Typical Odetta Album, But It Is An Excellent Portrait Of An Artist Who Refused To Be Boxed In By The Assumed Aesthetic Of Her Time.” Ronnie D. Lankford, AMG.... more details
 
Odetta - Odetta And The Blues Odetta And The Blues
Blues Used - LP RLP 417 Riverside
Near Mint 1962 Heavy Vinyl Blue & Silver Label Stereo Original. “Odetta Earned Her Rep Singing Traditional Folk In The Mid-'50s Before The American Folk Revival Got Underway With The Kingston Trio And "Tom Dooley" In 1958. Unlike Many Of Her Contemporaries, However, She Had A Habit Of Going Her Own Way From Time To Time. One Of Odetta's Most Interesting Deviations From Straight Folk, And One That Caused A Bit Of Contention Among Her More Conservative Contemporaries, Was Odetta And The Blues, Released By Riverside In 1962. Drawing From Classic Female Blues Singers Like Bessie Smith, Mamie Smith, And Ma Rainy, She Traded In Her Acoustic Guitar For A Six-Piece Jazz Band Featuring Trumpeter Buck Clayton, Trombonist Vic Dickenson, Clarinetist Herb Hall, Pianist Dick Wellstood, Bassist Ahmed Abdul-Malik, And Drummer Shep Shepherd. The Results Are So Convincing That If One Didn't Know Who Odetta Was Or What Time Period She Sang In, It Would Be Easy To Believe She Had Been A Classic Blues Singer. From The Upbeat New Orleans Jazz Of "Believe I'll Go" To The Down-Home Blues Of "Oh, My Babe," Odetta And The Blues Is A Fun, Inspired, And Surprising Album. Odetta Gives Full Range To Her Magnificent Voice, Providing A Fresh Makeover To Old Favorites Like "Yonder Comes The Blues," While Trumpet, Trombone, And Clarinet Work Offers Lively, Vivacious Accompaniment. In Many Ways, Odetta And The Blues Isn't The Typical Odetta Album, But It Is An Excellent Portrait Of An Artist Who Refused To Be Boxed In By The Assumed Aesthetic Of Her Time.” Ronnie D. Lankford, AMG.... more details
 
Odetta - At Carnegie Hall At Carnegie Hall
Folk Used - LP VSD 2072 Vanguard
1960 Deep Groove, Black & Silver Stereolab Label Original Housed In A Laminated Jacket. Top Left Seam Of The Jacket Is Worn, But The Rest Of The Jacket Is In Great Shape. More Importantly, The LP Is In Near Mint Condition And Plays Quietly Throughout. Extremely Hard To Find In Stereo.... more details
 
Odetta - Movin' It On Movin' It On
Folk Used - LP RQ 101 Rose Quartz
Rare 1987 Original Pressed On 100% Pure Virgin Vinyl With Insert. Shrink Wrap Intact. Small Cut Out Hole.... more details
 

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