Steeleye Span

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Steeleye Span - All Around My Hat All Around My Hat
Pop Audiophile - LP MFSL 1-027 Mobile Fidelity
Factory Sealed Half-Speed Master. Their Biggest Selling And Hardest Rocking Album.... more details
 
Steeleye Span - All Around My Hat All Around My Hat
Folk Audiophile - LP MFSL 1-027 Mobile Fidelity
Mint, Limited Edition Half-Speed Master. Their Biggest Selling And Hardest Rocking Album.... more details
 
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Parcel Of Rogues
Folk Used - LP CHR 1046 Chrysalis
High Gloss Gatefold UK Original W/Insert Sheet.... more details
 
Steeleye Span - Almanack Almanack
Folk Used - LP CS 12 Charisma
1973 UK Mad Hatter Label With 1U/1U Stampers. The Original Recordings From 1969 To 1972. Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
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Sails Of Silver
Pop Used - LP TAK 7097 Takoma
1981 Original Promo. Sticker On Cover.... more details
 
Steeleye Span - Parcel Of Rogues Parcel Of Rogues
Folk Used - LP CHR 1046 Chrysalis
Beautful 1973 Green Label Gatefold Original. 1A/1A Stampers. Promo Insert.... more details
 
Steeleye Span - All Around My Hat All Around My Hat
Folk New - LP CHR 1091 Chrysalis
Sealed 1975 Original Which Includes The Rare Card Insert Which Is Used To View The Anamorphic Projections Of Maddy Prior, Tim Hart And Robert Johnson On The Front And Back Cover.... more details
 
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Hark The Village Wait
Pop Used - LP SF 8113 RCA
1970 UK Original With Insert. Their Excellent Debut Album Featuring Maddy Prior, Ashley Hutchings, Tim Hart, Gary Woods And Terry Woods. ... more details
 
Steeleye Span - All Around My Hat All Around My Hat
Pop Audiophile - LP MFSL 1-027 Mobile Fidelity
Half-Speed Master Pressed By JVC In Japan. LP Appears Unplayed. Small Saw Cut. Start Of A Small Seam Split At The Top Left Mouth, Hence Price.... more details
 
Steeleye Span - Hark! The Village Wait Hark! The Village Wait
Folk New - LP CHR 1120 Chrysalis
Sealed 1976 Green Label Original (Recorded For RCA England In 1970). Pristine Copy. “Originally Released By British RCA, This Debut Album By Steeleye Span's Original Lineup -- Ashley Hutchings (Bass), Tim Hart (Electric Guitar, Electric Dulcimer, Banjo, Harmonium, Vocals), Maddy Prior (Vocals, Banjo), Terry Woods (Mandola, Mandolin, Electric Guitar, Vocals), And Gay Woods (Vocals, Concertina, Bodhran) -- Barely Made It Out The Door Before Gay And Terry Woods Exited. This Was Probably The Best Singing Edition Of Steeleye Span, With Gay Woods And Maddy Prior Melding Beautifully On Tracks Like "Dark-Eyed Sailor" And "My Johnnie Was A Shoemaker," And Terry Woods Adding Some Realistic Coarseness On "The Hills Of Greenmore." The Sound Is Fully Electric Here (With Superb Playing On The Epic "Lowlands Of Holland"), If Not As Aggressive Or Well Crafted As Later Albums -- Hart, Hutchings, And Woods Comprise A Good Core Band, And Gerry Conway And Fairport Convention's Dave Mattacks Sit In On Drums.” Bruce Eder, All Music.... more details
 
Steeleye Span - Below The Salt Below The Salt
Pop Used - LP CHR 1008 Chrysalis
1972 Green Label Gatefold Original. 1A/1B Stampers. Appears Unplayed. “The Most Successful Of All Steeleye Span Lineups, With Bob Johnson And Rick Kemp In Place Of Martin Carthy And Ashley Hutchings, Makes Its Debut On What Could Be Their Best Album. There's Not A Weak Note Here, And All Of Its Has A Harder, More Muscular Sound Courtesy Of Kemp And Johnson, Matched To Impeccable Vocals And Uniformly Excellent Material. Kemp's Bass Playing Makes It Possible To Overlook The Absence Of A Drummer, While The Match-Up Of Johnson And Hart Made Them One Of The Best Electric Guitar Teams In English Folk-Rock (And Helps Explain Steeleye's Successful Eclipsing Of The Post-Richard Thompson Fairport Convention). Prior's Voice Was Never Better Than On This Album, And While Carthy's Backing Vocals Are Missed, The Group's Singing Is Still Up To A Very High Standard, With "Rosebud In June" Perhaps The Best A Cappella Number In Their Repertory And "Royal Forester" Their Most Charmingly Lusty Performance. "John Barleycorn" -- Which Every Traffic Fan Should Hear -- Is In A Class By Itself, And The Dazzling "Gaudette" Actually Made The British Charts And Got Steeleye Span Onto Top Of The Pops.” Bruce Eder, All Music.... more details
 
Steeleye Span - All Around My Hat All Around My Hat
Folk New - LP CHR 1091 Chrysalis
Sealed 1975 Original.... more details
 
Steeleye Span - Please To See The King Please To See The King
Folk New - LP BTS 2004 Big Tree
Sealed 1971 Original. Label Scan Is Of An Open Copy We Previously Had In Stock.... more details
 
Steeleye Span - Please To See The King Please To See The King
Folk Used - LP BTS 2004 Big Tree
Beautiful 1971 Original.... more details
 
Steeleye Span - Ten Man Mop Ten Man Mop
Folk New - LP Crest 9 Mooncrest
Sealed 1976 Embossed Jacket Gatefold Second Issue.... more details
 
Steeleye Span - Now We Are Six Now We Are Six
Folk Used - LP CHR 1053 Chrysalis
1974 Green Label Original. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Steeleye Span - Hark The Village Wait Hark The Village Wait
Folk Used - LP CREST 22 Moonrest
Beautiful UK Pressing With Insert. Their Excellent Debut Album Featuring Maddy Prior, Ashley Hutchings, Tim Hart, Gary Woods And Terry Woods. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Steeleye Span - Ten Man Mop Ten Man Mop
Folk Used - LP CREST 9 Mooncrest
1976 Reissue Of The Band's 1971 Release. Appears Unplayed. Small Top Center Seam Split, Hence Price.... more details
 
Steeleye Span - All Around My Hat All Around My Hat
Pop New - LP CHR 1091 Chrysalis
Sealed 1975 Original. Small Cut Out Hole. “The Biggest Selling Of All Steeleye Span Albums Is Also Their Hardest Rocking Record. They Sound Like Would-Be Competitors To The Who On The Opening Bars Of "The Wife Of Usher's Well," With Bob Johnson's Electric Guitar Grinding Out Power Chords Like Nobody's Business. The Vocals Have Their Usual Elegance, The Harmonies Soaring Exquisitely, But Between The Choruses The Guitar Puts Out Lots Of Wattage. The Guitar Competes With Maddy Prior's Voice For Dominance On Tracks Like "Hard Times Of Old England," "Bachelor's Hall," And "Dance With Me." There's Some More Traditional-Sounding Material Here, Including The Lovely "Cadgwith Anthem" And "Gamble Gold (Robin Hood)," Where The Group Returns To Acoustic Instruments. A Single Of The Upbeat Title Track Also Made The Charts In England, And The Overall Sound Was The Work Of Producer Mike Batt, Who Gave The Band A Raw, Stripped-Down Style, With Only The Smallest Touching Up And The Very Lightest Of Overdubbed Strings.” Bruce Eder, AMG.... more details
 
Steeleye Span - Parcel Of Rogues Parcel Of Rogues
Pop New - LP CHR 1046 Chrysalis
Sealed 1973 White Label Promo Housed In A Gatefold Jacket With Promotional Sheet Under The Rear Shrink Wrap. “Parcel Of Rogues Is The Group's First Real Rock Album, Featuring A Sound Clearly Rooted In Modern Sensibilities, With The Guitars Turned Up Very Loud For The First Time. The Singing Is Still Modeled On Traditional Patterns, And Is Quite Beautiful (Especially "One Misty Moisty Morning" And "Allison Gross"), But The Resonances And Undertones Of Electric Guitars Are Everywhere -- The Result Is A Record That, In Some Ways, Recalls Fairport Convention's Liege & Lief (The Record That Led Indirectly To The Spawning Of Steeleye Span In The First Place), With Some Very Flashy Playing By Bob Johnson On Some Of The Breaks. The Rousing "The Ups And Downs" Is Played On Acoustic Instruments, And The Atmospheric "The Weaver And The Factory Maid" Could Have Come Off Of Any Of The Earlier Albums, While "The Bold Poachers" Is More Traditional Sounding, Starting Out On Acoustic Instruments Before The Amplified Guitars Chime In. It Sets The Tone For The Album, As Wah-Wah Pedals Punch Up Instrumentals Such As "Robbery With Violins" And "The Wee Wee Man" (Which Includes Drums). A Lot Of The Time It Works -- The Ominous And Dazzling "Cam Ye O'er Frae France" Would Not Have Succeeded Half As Well Without Amplification, And Every Fan Of The Group Should Hear This Track At Least Once.” Bruce Eder, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Steeleye Span - All Around My Hat All Around My Hat
Pop Audiophile - LP MFSL 1-027 Mobile Fidelity
1980 Original Master Recording Mastered At Half-Speed And Pressed In Japan By JVC. Glossy, Unplayed Condition. Comes With The Original Outer Baggy With "Super High Fidelity Sticker. Their Biggest Selling And Hardest Rocking Album.... more details
 
Steeleye Span - Rocket Cottage Rocket Cottage
Folk New - LP CHR 1123 Chrysalis
Sealed 1976 Original.... more details
 
Steeleye Span - Please To See The King Please To See The King
Folk New - LP CHR 1119 Chrysalis
Sealed Second Issue (Original Was On Big Tree).... more details
 
Steeleye Span - Below The Salt Below The Salt
Folk Used - LP 79039 Shanachie
Beautiful 1984 Reissue Of The 1972 Original. Includes Custom Insert. Hint Of Ring Wear On Front Cover. “The Most Successful Of All Steeleye Span Lineups, With Bob Johnson And Rick Kemp In Place Of Martin Carthy And Ashley Hutchings, Makes Its Debut On What Could Be Their Best Album. There's Not A Weak Note Here, And All Of Its Has A Harder, More Muscular Sound Courtesy Of Kemp And Johnson, Matched To Impeccable Vocals And Uniformly Excellent Material. Kemp's Bass Playing Makes It Possible To Overlook The Absence Of A Drummer, While The Match-Up Of Johnson And Hart Made Them One Of The Best Electric Guitar Teams In English Folk-Rock (And Helps Explain Steeleye's Successful Eclipsing Of The Post-Richard Thompson Fairport Convention). Prior's Voice Was Never Better Than On This Album, And While Carthy's Backing Vocals Are Missed, The Group's Singing Is Still Up To A Very High Standard, With "Rosebud In June" Perhaps The Best A Cappella Number In Their Repertory And "Royal Forester" Their Most Charmingly Lusty Performance. "John Barleycorn" -- Which Every Traffic Fan Should Hear -- Is In A Class By Itself, And The Dazzling "Gaudette" Actually Made The British Charts And Got Steeleye Span Onto Top Of The Pops.” Bruce Eder, All Music.... more details
 
Steeleye Span - Ten Man Mop Ten Man Mop
Folk New - LP CHR 1121 Chrysalis
Sealed 1976 Original. Ten Man Mop Opens With Possibly The Most Beautifully Sung Number Of Their Entire History, "Gower Wassail," Which Also Makes A Very Strong Case For The Use Of Electric Guitars In A Traditional Folk Setting. "Paddy Clancy's Jig/Four Nights Drunk" Was The Group's First Great Electric Adaptation Of Traditional Dance. Maddy Prior's Haunting Performance On "When I Was On Horseback", The Delightful "Marrowbones," The Riveting "Stewball," And The Rousing Reels "Dowd's Favourite," "£10 Float," And "The Morning Dew" Make This Album Well Worth Seeking Out.... more details
 
Steeleye Span - Ten Man Mop Ten Man Mop
Folk Used - LP 79049 Shanachie
1984 2nd Issue. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Steeleye Span - All Around My Hat All Around My Hat
Pop Used - LP CHR 1091 Chrysalis
Beautiful 1975 Promo Label With The Rare Card Insert Which Is Used To View The Anamorphic Projections Of Maddy Prior, Tim Hart And Robert Johnson On The Front And Back Cover. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Steeleye Span - Below The Salt Below The Salt
Pop New - LP CHR 1008 Chrysalis
Sealed 1972 Green Label Gatefold Original. “The Most Successful Of All Steeleye Span Lineups, With Bob Johnson And Rick Kemp In Place Of Martin Carthy And Ashley Hutchings, Makes Its Debut On What Could Be Their Best Album. There's Not A Weak Note Here, And All Of Its Has A Harder, More Muscular Sound Courtesy Of Kemp And Johnson, Matched To Impeccable Vocals And Uniformly Excellent Material. Kemp's Bass Playing Makes It Possible To Overlook The Absence Of A Drummer, While The Match-Up Of Johnson And Hart Made Them One Of The Best Electric Guitar Teams In English Folk-Rock (And Helps Explain Steeleye's Successful Eclipsing Of The Post-Richard Thompson Fairport Convention). Prior's Voice Was Never Better Than On This Album, And While Carthy's Backing Vocals Are Missed, The Group's Singing Is Still Up To A Very High Standard, With "Rosebud In June" Perhaps The Best A Cappella Number In Their Repertory And "Royal Forester" Their Most Charmingly Lusty Performance. "John Barleycorn" -- Which Every Traffic Fan Should Hear -- Is In A Class By Itself, And The Dazzling "Gaudette" Actually Made The British Charts And Got Steeleye Span Onto Top Of The Pops.” Bruce Eder, All Music.... more details
 
Steeleye Span - Ten Man Mop Ten Man Mop
Folk Used - LP PEG 9 Pegasus
Rare 1971 UK Original Housed In An Embossed Gatefold With 8 Page Full Size Booklet Bounded By The Cover. The Booklet Features Some Great Individual Pictures Of The Band Members. Record Appears Glossy, Unplayed With A-1U/B-1U Stampers. Cvoer Has Some Light Seam Wear/Ring Wear And A Small Sticker Pull On The Back Cover Accounted For In Price.... more details
 
Steeleye Span - Tempted And Tried Tempted And Tried
Folk New - LP 64020 Shanachie
Sealed 1989 Original. First Copy We Have Ever Had In Stock.... more details
 
Steeleye Span - Commoner's Crown Commoner's Crown
Folk Used - LP CHR 1071 Chrysalis
Beautiful 1975 Original. “From The Opening Bars Of "Little Sir Hugh" -- An Extraordinarily Brisk And Upbeat Sounding Treatment Of An Incredibly Grim Song -- The Band Playing On Commoner's Crown Scarcely Sounds Like The Same Group On Now We Are Six Or Parcel Of Rogues. Now A Full-Fledged Rock Group, Competing With The Likes Of Jethro Tull And Pumping Out Higher Amperage Than Fairport Convention, Steeleye Engages In Heavy Riffing, Savage Attacks On Their Instruments, And Generally Kicks Out The Jams On This Album. But They're Also Fairly Clever, Interweaving Bach With Traditional Irish Music -- Actually, Bach-Meets-The-Mooncoin-Jig From Their Previous Record -- On "Bach Goes To Limerick." There's Not A Bad Song Here, And Even If It Is More Rock Than Folk, It's All Very Substantial And Vibrant Music-Making, And Maybe The Classic Steeleye Span's Most Engaging Album.” – Bruce Eder, AMG... more details
 
Steeleye Span - Storm Force Ten Storm Force Ten
Folk Used - LP CHR 1151 Chrysalis
1977 Original With Gold Promo Stamp On Back Cover.... more details
 
Steeleye Span - All Around My Hat All Around My Hat
Folk Used - LP MFP 41 5706 Music For Pleasure
Beautiful 1985 UK Reissue Of The 1975 Album. Record Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
Steeleye Span - Commoner's Crown Commoner's Crown
Folk New - LP CHR 1071 Chrysalis
Sealed 1975 Original In A Fantastic Jacket.... more details
 
Steeleye Span - Storm Force Ten Storm Force Ten
Folk New - LP CHR 1151 Chrysalis
Sealed 1977 Original In An Excellent Jacket.... more details
 
Steeleye Span - Hark! The Village Wait Hark! The Village Wait
Folk Used - LP 79052 Shanachie
1985 Reissue Still In Shrink Wrap. Glossy, Unplayed Condition. Pressed On 100% Pure Virgin Vinyl.... more details
 
Steeleye Span - Please To See The King Please To See The King
Folk New - LP CREST 8 B&C
Sealed 1971 UK Import Housed In The Original Garrod & Loftohouse Jacket. Label Variation Unknown.... more details
 
Steeleye Span - All Around My Hat All Around My Hat
Pop Audiophile - LP MFSL 1-027 Mobile Fidelity
Sealed 1980 Original Master Recording Mastered At Half-Speed And Pressed In Japan By JVC. Comes With The Original Outer Baggy With "Super High Fidelity Sticker. Their Biggest Selling And Hardest Rocking Album.... more details
 

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