Pierce, Webb

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Webb With A Beat
Pop Used - LP DL 74015 Decca
Beautiful 1960 Deep Groove Stereo Original.... more details
 
Pierce, Webb - I'm Gonna Be A Swinger I'm Gonna Be A Swinger
Country New - LP DL 7 5393 Decca
Sealed 1973 Original.... more details
 
Pierce, Webb - Without You Without You
Country New - LP CB 20025 MCA
Sealed 1973 Reissue Of Decca Recordings.... more details
 
Pierce, Webb - Cross Country Cross Country
Country Used - LP DL 4294 Decca
Beautiful 1962 Mono Pink Promo Label. 4 1/2 Stars In All Music Guide. Fantastic Cover Photo Of Webb In His Unbelievable Nudie Suit And His Silver Dollar Encrusted Ride. LP Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Pierce, Webb - Walking The Streets Walking The Streets
Country New - LP DL 4079 Decca
Sealed 1960 Mono Original.... more details
 
Pierce, Webb - Just Imagination Just Imagination
Country New - LP DL 8728 Decca
Sealed Mono Original.... more details
 
Pierce, Webb - Fallen Angel Fallen Angel
Country New - LP DL 4144 Decca
Sealed Mono Original.... more details
 
Pierce, Webb - Sands Of Gold Sands Of Gold
Country Used - LP DL 74486 Decca
1964 Rainbow Color Band Stereo Original With Sample Copy Sticker On Back Jacket. "Webb Pierce's '60S Albums Are All Cut From The Same Cloth -- Some Are Better Than Others, But If You Like One You'll Probably Like Them All. Sands Of Gold Yielded Three Top 20 Country Hits: The Dreamy, Tropical-Flavored "Sands Of Gold," The Perfectly Wistful "Those Wonderful Years," And "If The Back Door Could Talk," Which, Despite Its Modern Production Flourishes, Sounds Like A Song Pierce Would Have Recorded In The '50S. Although Many Critics Act As Though Pierce Fell Off The Earth After 1959, He Was Still A Very Visible And Commercially Relevant Country Artist At This Point, And The Title Track Even Bubbled Under The Pop Top 100. The Album Tracks Are Mostly Covers Of Other Recent Country And Pop Favorites, Such As The Number One Hits "Don't Let Me Cross Over" And "Roses Are Red (Violets Are Blue)," But Pierce Has Such A Unique Voice It's Fun To Hear Him Walk Through These Performances. Sands Of Gold Is One Of Pierce's Best Albums Of The '60S." - Greg Adams, AMG... more details
 
Pierce, Webb - Bow Thy Head Bow Thy Head
Country Used - LP DL 74384 Decca
Super Nice And Extremely Rare 1964 Rainbow Color Band Stereo Original. Jacket Has A Touch Of Light General Wear, Light Top Right Corner Crease And A Small Black Marker Smudge On Back Top Corner.... more details
 
Pierce, Webb - Memory #1 Memory #1
Country Used - LP DL 74604 Decca
Near Mint 1965 White Label Promo Stereo Original. Tiny Ink Check Mark And Light Three-Digit Pencil To Top Back Jacket.... more details
 
Pierce, Webb - Walking The Streets Walking The Streets
Country Used - LP DL 4079 Decca
Rare 1960 Pink Promotional Label Deep Groove Mono. Jacket Has Pencil And Black Marker Markings On Top Right Corner Of Back Jacket, Bottom Right Corner Dent.... more details
 
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Hideaway Heart
Country Used - LP DL 4218 Decca
1962 Rainbow Spectrum Mono Original.... more details
 
Pierce, Webb - Hideaway Heart Hideaway Heart
Country Used - LP DL 4218 Decca
1962 Rainbow Spectrum Mono Original. Jacket Has Pencil And Black Marker Markings On Top Right Corner Of Back Jacket Plus Slight Bottom Right Corner Dent.... more details
 
Pierce, Webb - Wondering Boy Wondering Boy
Country New - 12 DL 8295 Decca
Sealed 1956 Mono Original 12 Inch LP. Released The Previous Year As A Ten Incher.... more details
 
Pierce, Webb - Cross Country Cross Country
Country Used - LP DL 74294 Decca
Beautiful 1962 Stereo Original. 4 1/2 Stars In All Music Guide. Fantastic Cover Photo Of Webb In His Unbelievable Nudie Suit And His Silver Dollar Encrusted Ride. LP Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Pierce, Webb - Sands Of Gold Sands Of Gold
Country Used - LP DL 4486 Decca
1964 Pink Promo Label Mono. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. "Webb Pierce's '60S Albums Are All Cut From The Same Cloth -- Some Are Better Than Others, But If You Like One You'll Probably Like Them All. Sands Of Gold Yielded Three Top 20 Country Hits: The Dreamy, Tropical-Flavored "Sands Of Gold," The Perfectly Wistful "Those Wonderful Years," And "If The Back Door Could Talk," Which, Despite Its Modern Production Flourishes, Sounds Like A Song Pierce Would Have Recorded In The '50S. Although Many Critics Act As Though Pierce Fell Off The Earth After 1959, He Was Still A Very Visible And Commercially Relevant Country Artist At This Point, And The Title Track Even Bubbled Under The Pop Top 100. The Album Tracks Are Mostly Covers Of Other Recent Country And Pop Favorites, Such As The Number One Hits "Don't Let Me Cross Over" And "Roses Are Red (Violets Are Blue)," But Pierce Has Such A Unique Voice It's Fun To Hear Him Walk Through These Performances. Sands Of Gold Is One Of Pierce's Best Albums Of The '60S." - Greg Adams, AMG... more details
 

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