Armatrading, Joan

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Armatrading, Joan - Sleight Of Hand Sleight Of Hand
Pop New - LP SP 5130 A&M
Sealed 1986 Vinyl. Tiny Saw Cut. Includes "Kind Words," "Angel Man," "Reach Out," "One More Chance" And More.... more details
 
Armatrading, Joan - The Key The Key
Pop New - LP SP 4912 A&M
Factory Sealed 1983 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve And Embossed Foil Key As Part Of Cover Design. Small Saw Cut.... more details
 
Armatrading, Joan - Hearts And Flowers Hearts And Flowers
Pop Used - LP 75021 A&M
1990 Vinyl Rarity Pressed On Quiex Virgin Vinyl. First Copy We Have Seen In Five Years. Unplayed Condition. Gold Promo Stamp On Back Cover.... more details
 
Armatrading, Joan - Joan Armatrading Joan Armatrading
Pop Used - LP SP 4588 A&M
1976 Original In Shrink Wrap With Custom Inner Sleeve. “Joan Armatrading's Eponymous Third Album Is A Charmer, Almost Single-Handedly Elevating Her Into The Ranks Of Rock's Leading Female Artists. Up To This Point, Armatrading Had Shown That She Had A Lovely Voice And An Ear For Interesting Arrangements, But Her Work Had Been Steeped In The Folk Idiom Of The Early '70s. Her Third Album Changed All That, With Producer Glyn Johns Bringing In Members Of Gallagher & Lyle, Fairport Convention, And The Faces To Punch Up Her Folksy Sound With Elements Of Rock, Country, And Disco. The Result Is Her Most Muscular Music To Date, With Armatrading Adopting A Swagger That Showed Her Tales Of Unluckiness In Love Didn't Have To Have Dire Consequences ("Tall In The Saddle," "Water With The Wine"). Of Course, It Helped That The Record Featured Her Best Material Delivered In A Wonderfully Expressive Voice That Can Capture The Shades Between Song And Speech Like A Sweeter Version Of Ian Anderson. "Down To Zero" (Which Features Pedal Steel Guitarist B.J. Cole) And "Love And Affection" Are The Album's Most Memorable Tracks, The Latter Breaking Into The U.K.'S Top Ten (The Album Itself Made The U.K. Top 20). But What Endears This Record To Fans Is The Quality Of Each Song; It Wouldn't Be Fair To Call Anything Here Filler. The Artsy And Eclectic "Like Fire," The Beautiful Ballad "Save Me," And The Ingratiating Melodies Of "Somebody Who Loves You" Are Just As Likely To Strike A Chord With Listeners As The Better-Known Cuts. While Glyn Johns Deserves Credit For Bringing Joan Armatrading's Songs Into A More Flattering Setting — It's Not Coincidental That The Record Feels Like A Polished Version Of The Who By Numbers — His Real Stroke Of Genius Was Letting The Artist Flower To Her Full Potential. For Many, This Album Remains The High Point In Her Catalog.” – Dave Connolly, All Music Guide... more details
 
Armatrading, Joan - Me Myself I Me Myself I
Pop Used - LP SP 4809 A&M
1980 Test Pressing With Info Sheet Taped On White Jacket.... more details
 
Armatrading, Joan - Show Some Emotion Show Some Emotion
Pop Used - LP SP 4663 A&M
1977 Original, Clean COH.... more details
 
Armatrading, Joan - Shouting Stage Shouting Stage
Pop New - LP SP 5211 A&M
Sealed 1988 Original Pressed On Quiex Type Pure Virgin Vinyl. Custom Song Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap.... more details
 
Armatrading, Joan - Whatever's For Us Whatever's For Us
Pop New - LP SP 4382 A&M
Sealed 1972 Debut Album Gatefold Original. Pictured On The Back Cover Are Joan (Right) And Writing Partner Pam Nestor.... more details
 
Armatrading, Joan - Me Myself I Me Myself I
Pop New - LP SP 4809 A&M
Sealed 1980 Original, Small Saw Notch.... more details
 
Armatrading, Joan - Sleight Of Hand Sleight Of Hand
Pop Used - LP C28Y3024 A&M
Mint 1986 Japanese Promo Label With Obi And Custom Inner Sleeve.... more details
 
Armatrading, Joan - Live At The Bijou Live At The Bijou
Pop Used - LP SP 8414 A&M
Killer Warehouse Find! We Have Recently Located 25 New, Unplayed Copies Of This Beautiful 1977 Promo Only LP. Clean Cut Out Hole. A True Folk-Rock Classic With Outstanding Sound Quality.... more details
 
Armatrading, Joan - Back To The Night Back To The Night
Pop New - LP SHM 3153 Pickwick
Sealed 1984 UK Import.... more details
 
Armatrading, Joan - Walk Under Ladders Walk Under Ladders
Pop New - LP SP 4876 A&M
Sealed 1981 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. “Dominant Keyboard Lines And The Characteristic Fat Percussion Approach Of Producer Steve Lillywhite Completed Armatrading's Transformation From Folky To New Wave Diva On This Album. Still, It Was Songs Like "The Weakness In Me" To Which Old Fans Responded, Although The U.K. Hits Were "I'm Lucky" And "No Love." Another British Top Ten, The Album Was Less Successful In The U.S., Consolidating Armatrading's Expanded Following Without Propelling Her To Major Stardom.” William Ruhlmann, AMG.... more details
 
Armatrading, Joan - How Cruel How Cruel
Pop New - LP SP 3302 A&M
Sealed 1979 4 Track EP, Custom Sticker Over Shrink Wrap. Tiny Saw Cut.... more details
 
Armatrading, Joan - To The Limit To The Limit
Pop New - LP SP 4732 / R-114588 A&M
Sealed 1978 Original With RCA Record Club Stamp On Back Cover.... more details
 
Armatrading, Joan - Radio Show Interview And Music Radio Show Interview And Music
Pop Used - LP SAMP 14 A&M
Rare UK Test Pressing Of An Unreleased Album. Looks Unplayed.... more details
 
Armatrading, Joan - Steppin' Out Steppin' Out
Pop New - LP SP 4789 A&M
Sealed 1979 Gatefold Original.... more details
 
Armatrading, Joan - Sleight Of Hand Sleight Of Hand
Pop New - LP SP 5130 A&M
Sealed 1986 Original. Includes "Kind Words," "Angel Man," "Reach Out," "One More Chance" And More. Custom Song Hype Sticker On Shrink. Saw Cut.... more details
 
Armatrading, Joan - Secret Secrets Secret Secrets
Pop New - LP SP 5040 A&M
Sealed 1985 Original. Custom "Temptation" Hype Sticker On Shrink.... more details
 
Armatrading, Joan - Whatever's For Us Whatever's For Us
Pop Used - LP SP 4382 A&M
1972 WLP Gatefold Original. Small Clean COH, Very Faint Hint Of Ring Wear.... more details
 
Armatrading, Joan - Secret Secrets Secret Secrets
Pop Used - LP AMP 28117 A&M
1985 Japanese Pressing With Obi & Insert.... more details
 
Armatrading, Joan - Show Some Emotion Show Some Emotion
Pop Used - LP SP 4663 A&M
1977 Original In Shrink Wrap With Custom Red Inner Sleeve And Red Lined Inner Jacket. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. Retaining Producer Glyn Johns And Some Of The Same Session Players From Her Last Record, "Show Some Emotion" Repeated That Album's Chart Success And Included Two More Terrific Singles In The Same Vein: "Show Some Emotion" And "Willow." First Sealed Copy We Have Had In Stock In Six Years.... more details
 
Armatrading, Joan - Joan Armatrading Joan Armatrading
Pop New - LP SP 4588 A&M
Factory Sealed 1976 Original With Custom Album Hype Sticker And Promo Sticker On Shrink (May Be A White Label Promo), COH. “Joan Armatrading's Eponymous Third Album Is A Charmer, Almost Single-Handedly Elevating Her Into The Ranks Of Rock's Leading Female Artists. Up To This Point, Armatrading Had Shown That She Had A Lovely Voice And An Ear For Interesting Arrangements, But Her Work Had Been Steeped In The Folk Idiom Of The Early '70s. Her Third Album Changed All That, With Producer Glyn Johns Bringing In Members Of Gallagher & Lyle, Fairport Convention, And The Faces To Punch Up Her Folksy Sound With Elements Of Rock, Country, And Disco. The Result Is Her Most Muscular Music To Date, With Armatrading Adopting A Swagger That Showed Her Tales Of Unluckiness In Love Didn't Have To Have Dire Consequences ("Tall In The Saddle," "Water With The Wine"). Of Course, It Helped That The Record Featured Her Best Material Delivered In A Wonderfully Expressive Voice That Can Capture The Shades Between Song And Speech Like A Sweeter Version Of Ian Anderson. "Down To Zero" (Which Features Pedal Steel Guitarist B.J. Cole) And "Love And Affection" Are The Album's Most Memorable Tracks, The Latter Breaking Into The U.K.'S Top Ten (The Album Itself Made The U.K. Top 20). But What Endears This Record To Fans Is The Quality Of Each Song; It Wouldn't Be Fair To Call Anything Here Filler. The Artsy And Eclectic "Like Fire," The Beautiful Ballad "Save Me," And The Ingratiating Melodies Of "Somebody Who Loves You" Are Just As Likely To Strike A Chord With Listeners As The Better-Known Cuts. While Glyn Johns Deserves Credit For Bringing Joan Armatrading's Songs Into A More Flattering Setting — It's Not Coincidental That The Record Feels Like A Polished Version Of The Who By Numbers — His Real Stroke Of Genius Was Letting The Artist Flower To Her Full Potential. For Many, This Album Remains The High Point In Her Catalog.” – Dave Connolly, All Music Guide... more details
 
Armatrading, Joan - To The Limit To The Limit
Pop Used - LP SP 4732 A&M
1978 White Label Promo In Custom Inner Sleeve. Clean COH.... more details
 
Armatrading, Joan - Steppin' Out Steppin' Out
Pop New - LP 394 789 A&M
Sealed 1979 German Pressing.... more details
 
Armatrading, Joan - Walk Under Ladders Walk Under Ladders
Pop New - LP SP 4876 A&M
Sealed 1981 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Saw Cut.... more details
 
Armatrading, Joan - Joan Armatrading Joan Armatrading
Pop New - LP SP 3228 A&M
Factory Sealed 2nd Issue. “Joan Armatrading's Eponymous Third Album Is A Charmer, Almost Single-Handedly Elevating Her Into The Ranks Of Rock's Leading Female Artists. Up To This Point, Armatrading Had Shown That She Had A Lovely Voice And An Ear For Interesting Arrangements, But Her Work Had Been Steeped In The Folk Idiom Of The Early '70s. Her Third Album Changed All That, With Producer Glyn Johns Bringing In Members Of Gallagher & Lyle, Fairport Convention, And The Faces To Punch Up Her Folksy Sound With Elements Of Rock, Country, And Disco. The Result Is Her Most Muscular Music To Date, With Armatrading Adopting A Swagger That Showed Her Tales Of Unluckiness In Love Didn't Have To Have Dire Consequences ("Tall In The Saddle," "Water With The Wine"). Of Course, It Helped That The Record Featured Her Best Material Delivered In A Wonderfully Expressive Voice That Can Capture The Shades Between Song And Speech Like A Sweeter Version Of Ian Anderson. "Down To Zero" (Which Features Pedal Steel Guitarist B.J. Cole) And "Love And Affection" Are The Album's Most Memorable Tracks, The Latter Breaking Into The U.K.'S Top Ten (The Album Itself Made The U.K. Top 20). But What Endears This Record To Fans Is The Quality Of Each Song; It Wouldn't Be Fair To Call Anything Here Filler. The Artsy And Eclectic "Like Fire," The Beautiful Ballad "Save Me," And The Ingratiating Melodies Of "Somebody Who Loves You" Are Just As Likely To Strike A Chord With Listeners As The Better-Known Cuts. While Glyn Johns Deserves Credit For Bringing Joan Armatrading's Songs Into A More Flattering Setting — It's Not Coincidental That The Record Feels Like A Polished Version Of The Who By Numbers — His Real Stroke Of Genius Was Letting The Artist Flower To Her Full Potential. For Many, This Album Remains The High Point In Her Catalog.” – Dave Connolly, All Music Guide... more details
 
Armatrading, Joan - The Key The Key
Pop Used - LP SP 4912 A&M
Beautiful 1983 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Armatrading, Joan - Joan Armatrading Joan Armatrading
Pop Used - LP AMLH 64588 A&M
Stunning 1976 UK Original With Insert And A2/B2 Stampers. Appears Unplayed. Her Best Album. “Joan Armatrading's Eponymous Third Album Is A Charmer, Almost Single-Handedly Elevating Her Into The Ranks Of Rock's Leading Female Artists. Up To This Point, Armatrading Had Shown That She Had A Lovely Voice And An Ear For Interesting Arrangements, But Her Work Had Been Steeped In The Folk Idiom Of The Early '70s. Her Third Album Changed All That, With Producer Glyn Johns Bringing In Members Of Gallagher & Lyle, Fairport Convention, And The Faces To Punch Up Her Folksy Sound With Elements Of Rock, Country, And Disco. The Result Is Her Most Muscular Music To Date, With Armatrading Adopting A Swagger That Showed Her Tales Of Unluckiness In Love Didn't Have To Have Dire Consequences ("Tall In The Saddle," "Water With The Wine"). Of Course, It Helped That The Record Featured Her Best Material Delivered In A Wonderfully Expressive Voice That Can Capture The Shades Between Song And Speech Like A Sweeter Version Of Ian Anderson.” Dave Connolly, AMG.... more details
 
Armatrading, Joan - Back To The Night Back To The Night
Pop New - LP SP 4525 A&M
Sealed 1984 Original With Promo Sticker On Shrink Wrap. COH.... more details
 
Armatrading, Joan - Joan Armatrading Joan Armatrading
Pop Used - LP SP 4588 A&M
1976 Original Still In Shrink Wrap With Custom Song Hype Sticker. Includes Custom Inner Sleeve. “Joan Armatrading's Eponymous Third Album Is A Charmer, Almost Single-Handedly Elevating Her Into The Ranks Of Rock's Leading Female Artists. Up To This Point, Armatrading Had Shown That She Had A Lovely Voice And An Ear For Interesting Arrangements, But Her Work Had Been Steeped In The Folk Idiom Of The Early '70s. Her Third Album Changed All That, With Producer Glyn Johns Bringing In Members Of Gallagher & Lyle, Fairport Convention, And The Faces To Punch Up Her Folksy Sound With Elements Of Rock, Country, And Disco. The Result Is Her Most Muscular Music To Date, With Armatrading Adopting A Swagger That Showed Her Tales Of Unluckiness In Love Didn't Have To Have Dire Consequences ("Tall In The Saddle," "Water With The Wine"). Of Course, It Helped That The Record Featured Her Best Material Delivered In A Wonderfully Expressive Voice That Can Capture The Shades Between Song And Speech Like A Sweeter Version Of Ian Anderson. "Down To Zero" (Which Features Pedal Steel Guitarist B.J. Cole) And "Love And Affection" Are The Album's Most Memorable Tracks, The Latter Breaking Into The U.K.'S Top Ten (The Album Itself Made The U.K. Top 20). But What Endears This Record To Fans Is The Quality Of Each Song; It Wouldn't Be Fair To Call Anything Here Filler. The Artsy And Eclectic "Like Fire," The Beautiful Ballad "Save Me," And The Ingratiating Melodies Of "Somebody Who Loves You" Are Just As Likely To Strike A Chord With Listeners As The Better-Known Cuts. While Glyn Johns Deserves Credit For Bringing Joan Armatrading's Songs Into A More Flattering Setting — It's Not Coincidental That The Record Feels Like A Polished Version Of The Who By Numbers — His Real Stroke Of Genius Was Letting The Artist Flower To Her Full Potential. For Many, This Album Remains The High Point In Her Catalog.” – Dave Connolly, All Music Guide... more details
 
Armatrading, Joan - How Cruel How Cruel
Pop New - LP SP 3302 A&M
Sealed 1979 4 Track EP With Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink.... more details
 
Armatrading, Joan - Back To The Night Back To The Night
Pop Used - LP SP 3141 A&M
1975 Original In Shrink Wrap. Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
Armatrading, Joan - Show Some Emotion Show Some Emotion
Pop New - LP SP 4663 A&M
Sealed 1977 Original. Cut Corner. Retaining Producer Glyn Johns And Some Of The Same Session Players From Her Last Record, Show Some Emotion Repeated That Album's Chart Success And Included Two More Terrific Singles In The Same Vein: "Show Some Emotion" And "Willow."... more details
 
Armatrading, Joan - Joan Armatrading Joan Armatrading
Pop Audiophile - LP SP 3228 Speakers Corner
Out Of Print 180gm HQ Reissue In Shrink Wrap. Glossy, Unplayed Condition.... more details
 
Armatrading, Joan - Joan Armatrading Joan Armatrading
Pop dbx - LP SP 4588-DBX A&M
1976 DBX Encoded Original. You Must Have A dbx Decoder To Play This LP. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. “Joan Armatrading's Eponymous Third Album Is A Charmer, Almost Single-Handedly Elevating Her Into The Ranks Of Rock's Leading Female Artists. Up To This Point, Armatrading Had Shown That She Had A Lovely Voice And An Ear For Interesting Arrangements, But Her Work Had Been Steeped In The Folk Idiom Of The Early '70s. Her Third Album Changed All That, With Producer Glyn Johns Bringing In Members Of Gallagher & Lyle, Fairport Convention, And The Faces To Punch Up Her Folksy Sound With Elements Of Rock, Country, And Disco. The Result Is Her Most Muscular Music To Date, With Armatrading Adopting A Swagger That Showed Her Tales Of Unluckiness In Love Didn't Have To Have Dire Consequences ("Tall In The Saddle," "Water With The Wine"). Of Course, It Helped That The Record Featured Her Best Material Delivered In A Wonderfully Expressive Voice That Can Capture The Shades Between Song And Speech Like A Sweeter Version Of Ian Anderson. "Down To Zero" (Which Features Pedal Steel Guitarist B.J. Cole) And "Love And Affection" Are The Album's Most Memorable Tracks, The Latter Breaking Into The U.K.'S Top Ten (The Album Itself Made The U.K. Top 20). But What Endears This Record To Fans Is The Quality Of Each Song; It Wouldn't Be Fair To Call Anything Here Filler. The Artsy And Eclectic "Like Fire," The Beautiful Ballad "Save Me," And The Ingratiating Melodies Of "Somebody Who Loves You" Are Just As Likely To Strike A Chord With Listeners As The Better-Known Cuts. While Glyn Johns Deserves Credit For Bringing Joan Armatrading's Songs Into A More Flattering Setting — It's Not Coincidental That The Record Feels Like A Polished Version Of The Who By Numbers — His Real Stroke Of Genius Was Letting The Artist Flower To Her Full Potential. For Many, This Album Remains The High Point In Her Catalog.” – Dave Connolly, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Armatrading, Joan - The Shouting Stage The Shouting Stage
Pop Used - 12 AMY 449 A&M
1988 UK 45rpm Three Song Picture Sleeve 12 Inch. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. Also Includes "I Really Must Be Going," "He Wants Her."... more details
 
Armatrading, Joan - Joan Armatrading Joan Armatrading
Pop New - LP SP 4588 A&M
Sealed 1976 Original With Promo Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Cut Out Hole. Likely A White Label Promo. “Joan Armatrading's Eponymous Third Album Is A Charmer, Almost Single-Handedly Elevating Her Into The Ranks Of Rock's Leading Female Artists. Up To This Point, Armatrading Had Shown That She Had A Lovely Voice And An Ear For Interesting Arrangements, But Her Work Had Been Steeped In The Folk Idiom Of The Early '70s. Her Third Album Changed All That, With Producer Glyn Johns Bringing In Members Of Gallagher & Lyle, Fairport Convention, And The Faces To Punch Up Her Folksy Sound With Elements Of Rock, Country, And Disco. The Result Is Her Most Muscular Music To Date, With Armatrading Adopting A Swagger That Showed Her Tales Of Unluckiness In Love Didn't Have To Have Dire Consequences ("Tall In The Saddle," "Water With The Wine"). Of Course, It Helped That The Record Featured Her Best Material Delivered In A Wonderfully Expressive Voice That Can Capture The Shades Between Song And Speech Like A Sweeter Version Of Ian Anderson. "Down To Zero" (Which Features Pedal Steel Guitarist B.J. Cole) And "Love And Affection" Are The Album's Most Memorable Tracks, The Latter Breaking Into The U.K.'S Top Ten (The Album Itself Made The U.K. Top 20). But What Endears This Record To Fans Is The Quality Of Each Song; It Wouldn't Be Fair To Call Anything Here Filler. The Artsy And Eclectic "Like Fire," The Beautiful Ballad "Save Me," And The Ingratiating Melodies Of "Somebody Who Loves You" Are Just As Likely To Strike A Chord With Listeners As The Better-Known Cuts. While Glyn Johns Deserves Credit For Bringing Joan Armatrading's Songs Into A More Flattering Setting — It's Not Coincidental That The Record Feels Like A Polished Version Of The Who By Numbers — His Real Stroke Of Genius Was Letting The Artist Flower To Her Full Potential. For Many, This Album Remains The High Point In Her Catalog.” – Dave Connolly, All Music Guide... more details
 
Armatrading, Joan - Me Myself I Me Myself I
Pop Used - LP SP 4809 A&M
1980 Original Mastered At Sterling Sound. Includes Custom Inner Sleeve. LP Appears Glossy, Unplayed. Gold Promo Stamp On Back Cover.... more details
 

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