White, Tony Joe

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

White, Tony Joe - Continued Continued
Country Used - LP SLP 18133 Monument
Beautiful 1969 Heavy Vinyl Stereo Original.... more details
 
White, Tony Joe - Tony Joe Tony Joe
Pop Used - LP SLP 18142 Monument
1971 Original In Unplayed Condition.... more details
 
White, Tony Joe - Train I'm On Train I'm On
Pop Used - LP BS 2580 Warner
1972 Green Label Original. SRW, LP Is Very Near Mint. Promo Sticker On Back Cover. Rare.... more details
 
White, Tony Joe - Homemade Ice Cream Homemade Ice Cream
Pop Used - LP BS 2708 Warner
Beautiful 1972 White Label Promo, Gatefold Jacket. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
White, Tony Joe - Tony Joe White Tony Joe White
Pop New - LP WS 1900 Warner
Sealed 1971 Original, Small CC. 4 1/2 Stars. “Tony Joe White's Self-Titled Third Album, Tony Joe White, Finds The Self-Proclaimed Swamp Fox Tempering His Bluesy Swamp Rockers With A Handful Of Introspective, Soul-Dripping Ballads And Introducing Horn And String Arrangements For The First Time. The Album — White's 1971 Debut For Warner Bros. — Was Recorded Over A Two-Week Period In December 1970. White Had Already Scored Big With 1969's "Polk Salad Annie" For Monument, And He Was Having Success As A Songwriter Too: "Rainy Night In Georgia" Was A Huge Hit For Brook Benton In 1970. Many Of The Songs Will Remind The Listener Just How Turbulent The Cultural Climate Of The Late '60s And Early '70s Was In The U.S. White's Soulful Southern-Tinged Spoken Drawl Introduces "The Change" (As In A "Change Is Gonna Come"), Then A Potent Theme And Oft-Spoke Clarion Call That, Indeed, The Times They Were A Changin'. "Black Panther Swamps" And "I Just Walked Away" (The Album's First Single) Are Also Successful At What They Attempt. Meanwhile, Over On The More Sentimental Side, "The Daddy" Concerns Itself With The Generation Gap Between Father And Son, And Mentions The Son Cutting His Long Hair ("A Little Respect Will Never Hurt You"). The Mawkish "Five Summers For Jimmy" Will Appeal To Fans Who Liked Bobby Goldsboro's "Honey." On A More Positive Note, "A Night In The Life Of A Swamp Fox" Was White's Somewhat-Frustrating Look At What Was Going On In His Life, Playing His Sole Hit For Fans But Wanting Something More Out Of His Career.” Bryan Thomas, All Music Guide.... more details
 
White, Tony Joe - Tony Joe White Continued Tony Joe White Continued
Pop Used - LP SLP 18133 Monument
Rare 1969 White Label Promo, Jacket VG+, LP Appears Virtually Unplayed.... more details
 
White, Tony Joe - Eyes Eyes
Pop New - LP T 523 20th Century
Factory Sealed 1976 Original. Slight Bottom Right Crease.... more details
 
White, Tony Joe - Black And White Black And White
Pop New - LP SLP 18114 Monument
Sealed 1969 Original. Bottom Left Crease.... more details
 
White, Tony Joe - Dangerous Dangerous
Pop New - LP PC 38817 Columbia
Sealed 1983 Vinyl Rarity, Clean Cut Out Hole. Custom Inner Sleeve.... more details
 
White, Tony Joe - Real Thang Real Thang
Pop Used - LP NBLP 7233 Casablanca
Rare 1980 Original.... more details
 
White, Tony Joe - Tony Joe White Tony Joe White
Pop Used - LP WS 1900 Warner
Beautiful 1971 White Label Promo In Gatefold Jacket. Small Top Left Corner Dent, Vinyl Is Pristine.... more details
 
White, Tony Joe - Tony Joe Tony Joe
Pop Used - LP SLP 18142 Monument
Beautiful 1971 Original, Tiny COH. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
White, Tony Joe - Tony Joe White Tony Joe White
Pop New - LP WS 1900 Warner
Sealed 1971 Gatefold Original. 4 1/2 Stars. “Tony Joe White's Self-Titled Third Album, Tony Joe White, Finds The Self-Proclaimed Swamp Fox Tempering His Bluesy Swamp Rockers With A Handful Of Introspective, Soul-Dripping Ballads And Introducing Horn And String Arrangements For The First Time. The Album — White's 1971 Debut For Warner Bros. — Was Recorded Over A Two-Week Period In December 1970. White Had Already Scored Big With 1969's "Polk Salad Annie" For Monument, And He Was Having Success As A Songwriter Too: "Rainy Night In Georgia" Was A Huge Hit For Brook Benton In 1970. Many Of The Songs Will Remind The Listener Just How Turbulent The Cultural Climate Of The Late '60s And Early '70s Was In The U.S. White's Soulful Southern-Tinged Spoken Drawl Introduces "The Change" (As In A "Change Is Gonna Come"), Then A Potent Theme And Oft-Spoke Clarion Call That, Indeed, The Times They Were A Changin'. "Black Panther Swamps" And "I Just Walked Away" (The Album's First Single) Are Also Successful At What They Attempt. Meanwhile, Over On The More Sentimental Side, "The Daddy" Concerns Itself With The Generation Gap Between Father And Son, And Mentions The Son Cutting His Long Hair ("A Little Respect Will Never Hurt You"). The Mawkish "Five Summers For Jimmy" Will Appeal To Fans Who Liked Bobby Goldsboro's "Honey." On A More Positive Note, "A Night In The Life Of A Swamp Fox" Was White's Somewhat-Frustrating Look At What Was Going On In His Life, Playing His Sole Hit For Fans But Wanting Something More Out Of His Career.” Bryan Thomas, All Music Guide.... more details
 
White, Tony Joe - Homemade Ice Cream Homemade Ice Cream
Pop New - LP APP 2708 Warner / Analogue Productions
Sealed 2011 200gm HQ Reissue Housed In A Gatefold Jacket. Mastered By Kevin Gray And Zan Zanev At Cohearent Audio. An Under-The-Radar Classic.... more details
 

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