Young, Steve

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Young, Steve - Rock Salt & Nails Rock Salt & Nails
Pop Used - LP SP 4177 A&M
Beautiful 1969 Deep Groove, Brown Label Original In Shrink Wrap Featuring Gene Clark And Gram Parsons.... more details
 
Young, Steve - Honky Tonk Man Honky Tonk Man
Pop Used - LP 30687 Rounder
1984 Vinyl Rarity, CC. Unplayed Condition. Fabulous Music And Sound.... more details
 
Young, Steve - Rock Salt & Nails Rock Salt & Nails
Pop Used - LP SP 4177 A&M
Rare White Label Promo. 3" Seam Split On Top Of Jacket, Hence Price.... more details
 
Young, Steve - Honky Tonk Man Honky Tonk Man
Country Used - LP 3087 Rounder
Beautiful 1984 LP Pressed On Pure Virgin Vinyl. Appears Unplayed. "Honky Tonk Man Originally Released On Wisconsin's Tiny Mountain Railroad Records, Was His First Recording Since Seven Bridges Road In 1971. This Is The Most Straight-Up Country Record Young Ever Cut. He Handles Both Lead And Rhythm Guitar Chores With A Band Of Fine Session Players, Including Kamau Gravatt, Who Did Double Duty With Weather Report. Other Than Redos Of Utah Phillips' "Rock, Salt & Nails" And His Own "White Trash Song," Young Sticks Somewhat Close To The Canon Of Classic Country With A Few Surprises -- At Least On Side One; Side Two Is Mostly His Own Material. The Deep Blues Read Of Bob Wills' "Brain Cloudy Blues" Is Radical And As Far From Western Swing As It Gets, But It Also Showcases Wills' Own Roots In The Blues. The Title Cut Is A Version Of The Johnny Horton Classic With Swinging Fiddles By Craig Ruble And Cal Hand's Warbling Pedal Steel Kept In Line By Bill Petersen's Electric Bass. Young's Vocal Is A Reedy Baritone That Gets To The Heart Of Matter -- That This Is A Drinking Playboy's Anthem. Side One Eclipses With A High, Lonesome Take On Hank Williams' "Ramblin' Man" That Is As Cur-Dog Low As It Is Restless And A Cover Of Robbie Robertson's "The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down." Young's Version Is Pastoral And Slow; It's As Mournful As A Funeral Song And Comes Across As A Folk Elegy For The Deep South At The End Of The Civil War. Side Two Is Marked By Young's Own Stunner, "We've Been Together On This Earth Before," "Vision Of A Child," And Two Live Cuts Done With Doc Watson Of The Traditional "Sally Goodin'" And The Spooky Country Of "Travelin' Kind." Thom Jurek, AMG.... more details
 
Young, Steve - Honky-Tonk Man Honky-Tonk Man
Pop New - LP MR 52776 Mountain Railroad
Sealed, Rare 1975 Original, Cut Corner. “1975 Marked The Return To The Recording Scene For Steve Young. Honky Tonk Man, Released On Wisconsin's Tiny Mountain Railroad Records, Was His First Recording Since Seven Bridges Road In 1971 (Which Had Been Reissued In 1973). This Is The Most Straight-Up Country Record Young Ever Cut. He Handles Both Lead And Rhythm Guitar Chores With A Band Of Fine Session Players, Including Kamau Gravatt, Who Did Double Duty With Weather Report. Other Than Redos Of Utah Phillips' "Rock, Salt & Nails" And His Own "White Trash Song," Young Sticks Somewhat Close To The Canon Of Classic Country With A Few Surprises -- At Least On Side One; Side Two Is Mostly His Own Material. The Deep Blues Read Of Bob Wills' "Brain Cloudy Blues" Is Radical And As Far From Western Swing As It Gets, But It Also Showcases Wills' Own Roots In The Blues. The Title Cut Is A Version Of The Johnny Horton Classic With Swinging Fiddles By Craig Ruble And Cal Hand's Warbling Pedal Steel Kept In Line By Bill Petersen's Electric Bass. Young's Vocal Is A Reedy Baritone That Gets To The Heart Of Matter -- That This Is A Drinking Playboy's Anthem. Side One Eclipses With A High, Lonesome Take On Hank Williams' "Ramblin' Man" That Is As Cur-Dog Low As It Is. Side Two Is Marked By Young's Own Stunner, "We've Been Together On This Earth Before," "Vision Of A Child," And Two Live Cuts Done With Doc Watson Of The Traditional "Sally Goodin'" And The Spooky Country Of "Travelin' Kind." Like Seven Bridges Road, Honky Tonk Man Is A Fine Outing From Young And His Performance Of It Are Top-Notch.” Thom Jurek, AMG.... more details
 
Young, Steve - Seven Bridges Road Seven Bridges Road
Pop New - LP BCS 505 Blue Canyon
Sealed, Rare 1975 Second Issue With Alternate Cover Art And Slightly Different Track Listing. The Original Was Released On Reprise In 1971. Custom Song Hype Sticker On Shrink.... more details
 
Young, Steve - No Place To Fall No Place To Fall
Country Used - LP APL1 2510 RCA
Beautiful 1978 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. “Issued In 1978, No Place To Fall Is, Regrettably, The Second And Last Album For RCA. Like Its Predecessor, Renegade Picker, Young's Ever-Evolving Music Is Centered In The Heart Of Outlaw Country This Time Out, Though There Are, As Usual, Interesting Twists And Turns. The Band Is Stellar, With Buddy Emmons And Buddy Spicher, Tracy Nelson, Jerry Shook, Dale Sellers, And A Bunch Of Guitar Pickers, As Well As Drummer Kenny Malone, Among Others. The Material Is Noteworthy On Many Levels, Not The Least Of Which Is Young's Decision To Record, For The Third Time, "Montgomery In The Rain" And "Seven Bridges Road." Once More, He Reinvents Both Songs, Fills Them Out, Adds Different Textures And Stresses, And As A Result, In The Grain Of His Voice The Meanings Widen And Deepen. The Title Track Was Written By The Late Townes Van Zandt, And Young's Read Is Damn Near Definitive, With Layers Of Guitars Haunting The Middle Of The Tune And His Own Voice Carrying The Lonely Edge Of Van Zandt's Lyric Into Oblivion. In Addition, Young Delves Deep Into Okie Blues With A Barbed-Wire-And-Whiskey Cover Of J.J. Cale's "Same Old Blues," With Stunning Slide Guitar Work. But It Is In The Cover Of Mentor Williams' Composition "Drift Away" -- The Multi-Million-Seller Recorded By Dobie Gray -- That Young Offers His Greatest Surprise. This Is A Soul Song, Performed By A Soul Singer Originally, And Here Young, While Keeping The Song's Intent Essentially The Same, Transforms It Into A Country Prayer. The Same Can Be Said For His Loose Cover Of Dylan's "Don't Think Twice It's Alright"; Young Reworks The Melody Slightly While Emphasizing Different Parts Of The Lyric As The Band Fills In The Cracks To Bring An Entirely New Light To The Song.” – Thom Jurek, AMG... more details
 

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