Pointer Sisters

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Pointer Sisters - Live At The Opera House Live At The Opera House
Soul New - LP BTS 8002 Blue Thumb
First Sealed Copy We Have Seen Of This 1974 2LP Gatefold Original With The Custom Album Hype Sticker On Shrink.... more details
 
Pointer Sisters - Pointer Sisters Pointer Sisters
Soul New - LP BTS 48 Blue Thumb
Sealed 1973 Gatefold Original. "Yes We Can" Song Sticker Over Shrink Wrap.... more details
 
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So Excited
Soul Used - LP PLR 25001 Planet
1982 Japanese Promo Label With Obi.... more details
 
Pointer Sisters - That's A Plenty That's A Plenty
Soul New - LP BTS 6009 Blue Thumb
Sealed 1974 Original. One Of Their Best!... more details
 
Pointer Sisters - That's A Plenty That's A Plenty
Soul Audiophile - LP 712806 Speakers Corner
Sealed 180gm HQ Vinyl Import.... more details
 
Pointer Sisters - Pointer Sisters Pointer Sisters
Soul New - LP BTS 48 Blue Thumb
Sealed Gatefold Original.... more details
 
Pointer Sisters - Pointer Sisters Pointer Sisters
Soul New - LP BTS 48 Blue Thumb
Sealed 1973 Gatefold Original. Pristine Copy. “With A Big Push From Their Blue Thumb Label, Who Introduced The Band By Way Of A Full-Page Ad In Billboard Magazine, The Pointer Sisters Took Their Eponymous Debut Straight To The Top Of The R&B Charts In Summer 1973 On The Strengths Of Their Penchant For Mixing Classic '60s R&B With Fresh Forward-Thinking Grooves. Add The Sisters' Harmonies And Complex Vocal Moves, And There's No Doubt The Group Was Destined For A Fast Rise. Produced By David Rubinson, The Pointer Sisters Contained Effusive Covers That Cradled Two Of The Pointers' Own Compositions. That Remarkable Combo, Then, Allowed The Allen Toussaint Classic "Yes We Can Can" To Rub Shoulders With The Original "Jada," A Boogie Blues-Shaded Slab Of Jazz, And A Perfect Fingerprint Of The Eclectic Style That Would Define The Pointers' Core. That Same Bent Also Allowed Them To Give Equal Energy To The Willie Dixon Gem "Wang Dang Doodle," A Song Which Quickly Became A Live Set Favorite, And Also To Their Own "Sugar." Other High Points Include "River Boulevard," A Mid-Tempo Vocal That Gives Way To A Light Rock Riot. It Was Easy To See Exactly Where The Pointer Sisters Were Headed. With Talent To Spare And An Energy That Was Fresh And Unending, This Set Emerges A Cohesive And Joyous Cabaret, Allowing The Quartet To Do What It Does Best. Listening To These Earliest Gems, It's No Surprise, Then, That The Band Would Spend The Better Part Of The Next Two Decades In The Charts.” Amy Hanson, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Pointer Sisters - Right Rhythm Right Rhythm
Soul New - LP MOT 6287 Motown
Sealed And Very Limited 1990 Vinyl. Custom Song Hype Sticker On Shrink.... more details
 
Pointer Sisters - Hot Together Hot Together
Soul New - LP 55609 RCA
Sealed 1986 Original. Saw Notch.... more details
 
Pointer Sisters - Special Things Special Things
Soul New - LP P 9 Planet
Sealed 1980 Original.... more details
 
Pointer Sisters - Best Of The Pointer Sisters Best Of The Pointer Sisters
Soul New - LP BTSY 6062/2 Blue Thumb
Sealed 1976 2LP Gatefold First Pressing With Cut Corner. 17 Of Their Early Hits Including "That's A Plenty," ""How Long," "Black Coffee," "You Gotta Believe" And More. Has A Few Cover Creases, Hence Price.... more details
 
Pointer Sisters - Energy Energy
Soul New - LP P 1 Planet
Sealed 1978 Original With Custom Song Hype Sticker Over Shrink. Cut Out Hole.... more details
 
Pointer Sisters - Contact Contact
Soul New - LP AJL1-5487 RCA
Sealed 1985 Original.... more details
 
Pointer Sisters - Serious Slammin' Serious Slammin'
Soul New - LP 6562 RCA
Sealed, Hard To Find 1988 Vinyl, Saw Cut.... more details
 
Pointer Sisters - So Excited So Excited
Soul New - LP BXL1-4355 RCA
Sealed 1982 Original With Custom Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Saw-Cut.... more details
 
Pointer Sisters - That's A Plenty That's A Plenty
Soul New - LP VIM 5597 MCA
New, Unplayed Japanese Pressing With Obi.... more details
 
Pointer Sisters - Greatest Hits Greatest Hits
Soul Used - LP 9816 RCA
First Copy We Have Seen Of This Very Limited 1989 Vinyl. Shrink Intact, Unplayed Condition. Features Newly Remixed Versions.... more details
 
Pointer Sisters - Steppin' Steppin'
Soul New - LP BTSD 6021 Blue Thumb
Sealed 1975 Die-Cut Jacket Original. CRC Sticker On Back Under Shrink Wrap. “Keeping Their Forward Momentum At Warp Speed, The Pointer Sisters Brought The Effusive Steppin' To Bear In Summer 1975. Having Already Danced Into The Spotlight Across Their First Three Albums, It Was No Surprise When The David Rubinson-Produced LP, Which Boasted One Of The Era's Best Cut-Out Sleeves (Slingback High-Heeled Tap Sneakers!), Cruised To Number Three R&B. Keeping Their Feet Planted Firmly In The Older Soul Tradition Which Had Served Them So Well, The Pointer Sisters Continued To Look Ahead, Carving Their Own Niche In A Genre Soon To Be Glutted With Contenders. This Set Is A Thriller, From The Opening Funk Groove Of The Number One Hit "How Long (Betcha' Got A Chick On The Side)," Which Remains A Delicious Collision Of Mid-Period Soul, Funk, And Nascent Disco, To Their Energetic Cover Of Stevie Wonder's "Sleeping Alone" And "Chainey Do," Which Sports Jazz Fusionist Herbie Hancock On Clavinet. Sparklers Like These Only Serve To Whet The Pointer Sisters' Own Appetite, Though, As They Work Their Way Through A Hefty Course Of Vibes. Their Love Of Early Standards Blossoms Across The Smoky, Sultry, Six-Minute "I Ain't Got Nothing But The Blues" — A Wonderful Tribute To Duke Ellington Sung In Medley Form, Allowing The Quartet's Vocal Harmonies To Shine Across A Big Band Backdrop. Elsewhere, They Take A Spin Through Allen Toussaint's "Going Down Slowly," Which Scored Them Another R&B Hit At The End Of 1975. And Although The Pointer Sisters Are Best-Remembered For The Mid-'80s Disco Soul They Plied So Well, It's Albums Like Steppin' Which Best Capture The Sisters' True Spirit.” – Amy Hanson, All Music Guide... more details
 
Pointer Sisters - Break Out Break Out
Soul New - LP BXL1-4705 Planet
Sealed 1983 Original With Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink.... more details
 
Pointer Sisters - Priority Priority
Soul Used - LP P 9003 Planet
Beautiful l979 First Pressing With Custom Inner. No Barcode On Back Jacket. “If The Pointer Sisters Caused A Puzzled Ripple Of Amazement With The Appearance Of Their Rock & Roll Planet Debut, Then They Almost Certainly Broke The Dam On 1979's Ballsy, Bluesed-Out Priority. Taking Rock Covers To The Next Level And Operating Still Under The Guidance Of Producer Richard Perry, The Group Delivered Another Sophisticated Set, Yet This Time Barely Creaked Into The Top 50. Hoping To Fuel The Flames Ignited By The Success Of Their Earlier Springsteen Cover, "Fire," The Pointer Sisters Made Sure To Take The Boss In Tow On This New Outing With "She's Got The Fever." Slow And Smooth With Vocals At The Front, The Song Is The Epitome Of A Late-Night, Low-Light Classic. But Where Things Become Most Interesting Is Across Covers Of Ian Hunter's "Who Do You Love," Graham Parker's "Turned Up Too Late," And The Rolling Stones' "Happy." Three Grimy Rock & Roll Classics By Three Grungy Bands Seemed Odd Fodder For This R&B Group, But Not Only Did The Pointer Sisters Hold Their Own On All Counts, Their Own Gospel-Influenced Vocal Styles Were Surprisingly Suited To The Material. Elsewhere, A Cover Of British Folkie Richard Thompson's "Don't Let A Thief Steal Into Your Heart" Is Magnificent. The Band Rounds Out The Mix With A Fabulous Reevaluation Of Bob Seger's "All Your Love." Priority Is A Remarkable, Cohesive Set. Unfortunately, It Left Many Of The Band's Old Fans A Little Unsure Of Where The Pointer Sisters Were Headed Next, And Not One Song From The LP Managed To Crack The Charts. Nevertheless, It's An Interesting And Vibrant Sidestep In The Band's Development — Before The 1980s Took Hold And Synth-Popped Them Back To The Top Of The Charts.” – Amy Hanson, All Music Guide... more details
 
Pointer Sisters - Live At The Opera House Live At The Opera House
Soul New - LP BTS 8002 Blue Thumb
Sealed 1974 2LP Gatefold Original With Custom Album Hype Sticker On Shrink. CC.... more details
 
Pointer Sisters - Black & White Black & White
Soul Used - LP XP 18 Planet
1981 Original In Custom Inner Sleeve, Still In (Loose) Shrink, Small COH. Unplayed Condition.... more details
 
Pointer Sisters - Steppin' Steppin'
Soul New - LP BTSD 6021 Blue Thumb
Sealed 1975 Die-Cut Gimmick Jacket Original. Tiny Cut Out Hole. “Keeping Their Forward Momentum At Warp Speed, The Pointer Sisters Brought The Effusive Steppin' To Bear In Summer 1975. Having Already Danced Into The Spotlight Across Their First Three Albums, It Was No Surprise When The David Rubinson-Produced LP, Which Boasted One Of The Era's Best Cut-Out Sleeves (Slingback High-Heeled Tap Sneakers!), Cruised To Number Three R&B. Keeping Their Feet Planted Firmly In The Older Soul Tradition Which Had Served Them So Well, The Pointer Sisters Continued To Look Ahead, Carving Their Own Niche In A Genre Soon To Be Glutted With Contenders. This Set Is A Thriller, From The Opening Funk Groove Of The Number One Hit "How Long (Betcha' Got A Chick On The Side)," Which Remains A Delicious Collision Of Mid-Period Soul, Funk, And Nascent Disco, To Their Energetic Cover Of Stevie Wonder's "Sleeping Alone" And "Chainey Do," Which Sports Jazz Fusionist Herbie Hancock On Clavinet. Sparklers Like These Only Serve To Whet The Pointer Sisters' Own Appetite, Though, As They Work Their Way Through A Hefty Course Of Vibes. Their Love Of Early Standards Blossoms Across The Smoky, Sultry, Six-Minute "I Ain't Got Nothing But The Blues" — A Wonderful Tribute To Duke Ellington Sung In Medley Form, Allowing The Quartet's Vocal Harmonies To Shine Across A Big Band Backdrop. Elsewhere, They Take A Spin Through Allen Toussaint's "Going Down Slowly," Which Scored Them Another R&B Hit At The End Of 1975. And Although The Pointer Sisters Are Best-Remembered For The Mid-'80s Disco Soul They Plied So Well, It's Albums Like Steppin' Which Best Capture The Sisters' True Spirit.” – Amy Hanson, All Music Guide... more details
 
Pointer Sisters - Special Things Special Things
Soul New - LP P-9 Planet
Sealed 1980 Original.... more details
 
Pointer Sisters - Serious Slammin' Serious Slammin'
Soul New - LP 6562 RCA
Sealed 1988 Original With Custom Hype Sticker And 3(!!!) Cut Out Holes.... more details
 
Pointer Sisters - Steppin' Steppin'
Soul New - LP BTSD 6021 Blue Thumb
Sealed 1975 Die-Cut Jacket Original. “Keeping Their Forward Momentum At Warp Speed, The Pointer Sisters Brought The Effusive Steppin' To Bear In Summer 1975. Having Already Danced Into The Spotlight Across Their First Three Albums, It Was No Surprise When The David Rubinson-Produced LP, Which Boasted One Of The Era's Best Cut-Out Sleeves (Slingback High-Heeled Tap Sneakers!), Cruised To Number Three R&B. Keeping Their Feet Planted Firmly In The Older Soul Tradition Which Had Served Them So Well, The Pointer Sisters Continued To Look Ahead, Carving Their Own Niche In A Genre Soon To Be Glutted With Contenders. This Set Is A Thriller, From The Opening Funk Groove Of The Number One Hit "How Long (Betcha' Got A Chick On The Side)," Which Remains A Delicious Collision Of Mid-Period Soul, Funk, And Nascent Disco, To Their Energetic Cover Of Stevie Wonder's "Sleeping Alone" And "Chainey Do," Which Sports Jazz Fusionist Herbie Hancock On Clavinet. Sparklers Like These Only Serve To Whet The Pointer Sisters' Own Appetite, Though, As They Work Their Way Through A Hefty Course Of Vibes. Their Love Of Early Standards Blossoms Across The Smoky, Sultry, Six-Minute "I Ain't Got Nothing But The Blues" — A Wonderful Tribute To Duke Ellington Sung In Medley Form, Allowing The Quartet's Vocal Harmonies To Shine Across A Big Band Backdrop. Elsewhere, They Take A Spin Through Allen Toussaint's "Going Down Slowly," Which Scored Them Another R&B Hit At The End Of 1975. And Although The Pointer Sisters Are Best-Remembered For The Mid-'80s Disco Soul They Plied So Well, It's Albums Like Steppin' Which Best Capture The Sisters' True Spirit.” – Amy Hanson, All Music Guide... more details
 
Pointer Sisters - Best Of The Pointer Sisters Best Of The Pointer Sisters
Soul New - LP BTSY 6026/2 Blue Thumb
Sealed 1976 2LP Gatefold First Pressing. 17 Of Their Early Hits Including "That's A Plenty," "How Long," "Black Coffee," "You Gotta Believe" And More. Pristine Copy.... more details
 
Pointer Sisters - Live At The Opera House Live At The Opera House
Soul New - LP BTS 8002 Blue Thumb
Sealed 1974 2LP Gatefold Original.... more details
 
Pointer Sisters - Serious Slammin' Serious Slammin'
Soul New - LP 6562 RCA
Sealed, Hard To Find 1988 Vinyl With Custom Hype Sticker. Cut Out Hole.... more details
 
Pointer Sisters - Steppin' Steppin'
Soul New - LP BTSD 6021 Blue Thumb
Sealed 1975 Die-Cut Jacket Original With CC. “Keeping Their Forward Momentum At Warp Speed, The Pointer Sisters Brought The Effusive Steppin' To Bear In Summer 1975. Having Already Danced Into The Spotlight Across Their First Three Albums, It Was No Surprise When The David Rubinson-Produced LP, Which Boasted One Of The Era's Best Cut-Out Sleeves (Slingback High-Heeled Tap Sneakers!), Cruised To Number Three R&B. Keeping Their Feet Planted Firmly In The Older Soul Tradition Which Had Served Them So Well, The Pointer Sisters Continued To Look Ahead, Carving Their Own Niche In A Genre Soon To Be Glutted With Contenders. This Set Is A Thriller, From The Opening Funk Groove Of The Number One Hit "How Long (Betcha' Got A Chick On The Side)," Which Remains A Delicious Collision Of Mid-Period Soul, Funk, And Nascent Disco, To Their Energetic Cover Of Stevie Wonder's "Sleeping Alone" And "Chainey Do," Which Sports Jazz Fusionist Herbie Hancock On Clavinet. Sparklers Like These Only Serve To Whet The Pointer Sisters' Own Appetite, Though, As They Work Their Way Through A Hefty Course Of Vibes. Their Love Of Early Standards Blossoms Across The Smoky, Sultry, Six-Minute "I Ain't Got Nothing But The Blues" — A Wonderful Tribute To Duke Ellington Sung In Medley Form, Allowing The Quartet's Vocal Harmonies To Shine Across A Big Band Backdrop. Elsewhere, They Take A Spin Through Allen Toussaint's "Going Down Slowly," Which Scored Them Another R&B Hit At The End Of 1975. And Although The Pointer Sisters Are Best-Remembered For The Mid-'80s Disco Soul They Plied So Well, It's Albums Like Steppin' Which Best Capture The Sisters' True Spirit.” – Amy Hanson, All Music Guide... more details
 
Pointer Sisters - Black & White Black & White
Soul New - LP XP 18 Planet
Sealed 1981 Original With Custom Song Hype Sticker On The Loose Shrinkwrap.... more details
 
Pointer Sisters - Best Of Best Of
Soul New - LP BTSY 6026/2 Blue Thumb
Sealed 1976 2LP Gatefold Hits Collection. Light Corner Rubbing.... more details
 
Pointer Sisters - Greatest Hits Greatest Hits
Soul New - LP 9816 RCA
Hard To Find 1989 Original With Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. Features Newly Remixed Versions.... more details
 
Pointer Sisters - Having A Party Having A Party
Soul New - LP BT 6023 Blue Thumb
Sealed 1977 Original With Saw Cut.... more details
 
Pointer Sisters - Contact Contact
Soul New - LP AJL1 5487 RCA
Sealed 1985 Original With Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. Tiny Saw Cut.... more details
 
Pointer Sisters - Fire / Happiness Fire / Happiness
Soul Colored Vinyl AS 11407 Planet
Super Nice 1978 Two-Track 45rpm Orange/Red Vinyl 12" In A Generic Label Die-Cut Sleeve. Promo Only, Saw Cut.... more details
 

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