Bolton, Michael

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Bolton, Michael - Time, Love & Tenderness Time, Love & Tenderness
Soul Used - LP C 46771 Columbia
Glossy, Mint 1991 Vinyl Rarity Still In Shrink Wrap With Custom Song Hype Sticker. “Michael Bolton Cloned His Approach From Soul Provider On Its Follow-Up, Time, Love & Tenderness, And Sold As Many Records For His Trouble. (That's Six Million Copies.) His Key Collaborator Once Again Was Diane Warren, Who Applied Her Goldplated Gift For Writing Contemporary Love Songs To Six Tunes, Among Them The Hits "Time, Love & Tenderness" And "Missing You Now" (Which Featured Saxmeister Kenny G). The Obligatory R&B Carbon Copy Was Percy Sledge's "When A Man Loves A Woman," Which Hit Number One. The Only Unusual Songs Came At The Beginning And The End. The Album Led Off With "Love Is A Wonderful Thing" (A Top Ten Hit), A Song In Standard '60s R&B Mode That Would Be The Subject Of A Plagiarism Suit From The Isley Brothers, And It Concluded With "Steel Bars," Co-Written By Bolton And...Bob Dylan? That's What It Said, And If The Song Wasn't One Of Dylan's Best, It At Least Indicated That Bolton Might Have Possibilities That Had So Far Gone Unnoticed.” William Ruhlmann, AMG.... more details
 
Bolton, Michael - Time, Love & Tenderness Time, Love & Tenderness
Pop New - LP C 46771 Columbia
Sealed 1991 Vinyl Rarity. “Michael Bolton Cloned His Approach From Soul Provider On Its Follow-Up, Time, Love & Tenderness, And Sold As Many Records For His Trouble. (That's Six Million Copies.) His Key Collaborator Once Again Was Diane Warren, Who Applied Her Gold Plated Gift For Writing Contemporary Love Songs To Six Tunes, Among Them The Hits "Time, Love & Tenderness" And "Missing You Now" (Which Featured Saxmeister Kenny G). The Obligatory R&B Carbon Copy Was Percy Sledge's "When A Man Loves A Woman," Which Hit Number One. The Only Unusual Songs Came At The Beginning And The End. The Album Led Off With "Love Is A Wonderful Thing" (A Top Ten Hit), A Song In Standard '60s R&B Mode That Would Be The Subject Of A Plagiarism Suit From The Isley Brothers, And It Concluded With "Steel Bars," Co-Written By Bolton And...Bob Dylan? That's What It Said, And If The Song Wasn't One Of Dylan's Best, It At Least Indicated That Bolton Might Have Possibilities That Had So Far Gone Unnoticed.” William Ruhlmann, AMG.... more details
 
Bolton, Michael - Soul Provider Soul Provider
Soul Used - LP OC 45012 Columbia
Rare 1989 Vinyl With Custom Inner Sleeve. “Michael Bolton Is No Fool, And When He Broke Through To Platinum Sales With The Hunger, Nobody Had To Tell Him To Record A Follow-Up Devoted To More Of The Same. Bolton Produced Most Of The Record Himself, And He Teamed With The Cream Of The Era's Romantic Rock Ballad Writers, People Like Diane Warren (Who Gets Five Co-Credits Here) And Desmond Child, While The R&B Copy This Time Was Ray Charles' Version Of "Georgia On My Mind." He Also Reclaimed "How Am I Supposed To Live Without You" From Laura Branigan. The Result Was Five Top 40 Hits And Millions Of Albums Sold. Maybe Bolton Wasn't The King Of The Hockey Rinks, But His Voice Was Now Stoking The Romantic Fires In Bedrooms Across America, Which Is Nice Work If You Can Get It.” William Ruhlmann, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Bolton, Michael - Soul Provider Soul Provider
Soul New - LP OC 45012 Columbia
Sealed, Rare 1989 Vinyl With Custom Inner Sleeve And Grammy Award Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. “Michael Bolton Is No Fool, And When He Broke Through To Platinum Sales With The Hunger, Nobody Had To Tell Him To Record A Follow-Up Devoted To More Of The Same. Bolton Produced Most Of The Record Himself, And He Teamed With The Cream Of The Era's Romantic Rock Ballad Writers, People Like Diane Warren (Who Gets Five Co-Credits Here) And Desmond Child, While The R&B Copy This Time Was Ray Charles' Version Of "Georgia On My Mind." He Also Reclaimed "How Am I Supposed To Live Without You" From Laura Branigan. The Result Was Five Top 40 Hits And Millions Of Albums Sold. Maybe Bolton Wasn't The King Of The Hockey Rinks, But His Voice Was Now Stoking The Romantic Fires In Bedrooms Across America, Which Is Nice Work If You Can Get It.” William Ruhlmann, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Bolton, Michael - Soul Provider Soul Provider
Soul New - LP OC 45012 Columbia
Sealed, Rare 1989 Vinyl. “Michael Bolton Is No Fool, And When He Broke Through To Platinum Sales With The Hunger, Nobody Had To Tell Him To Record A Follow-Up Devoted To More Of The Same. Bolton Produced Most Of The Record Himself, And He Teamed With The Cream Of The Era's Romantic Rock Ballad Writers, People Like Diane Warren (Who Gets Five Co-Credits Here) And Desmond Child, While The R&B Copy This Time Was Ray Charles' Version Of "Georgia On My Mind." He Also Reclaimed "How Am I Supposed To Live Without You" From Laura Branigan. The Result Was Five Top 40 Hits And Millions Of Albums Sold. Maybe Bolton Wasn't The King Of The Hockey Rinks, But His Voice Was Now Stoking The Romantic Fires In Bedrooms Across America, Which Is Nice Work If You Can Get It.” William Ruhlmann, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Bolton, Michael - The Hunger The Hunger
Pop New - LP FC 40473 Columbia
Sealed, Rare 1987 Original With Custom Song Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap.... more details
 
Bolton, Michael - Everybody's Crazy Everybody's Crazy
Pop Used - LP BFC 39328 Columbia
1985 Original With Gold Promo Stamp On Back Cover. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Bolton, Michael - Michael Bolton Michael Bolton
Pop Used - LP BFC 38537 Columbia
1983 Original With Gold Promo Stamp On Back Cover. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Bolton, Michael - The Hunger The Hunger
Pop New - LP 460163 CBS
Sealed 1987 Import Original.... more details
 
Bolton, Michael - Michael Bolton Michael Bolton
Pop New - LP PC 38537 Columbia
Sealed 1983 Original. “The Former Michael Bolotin Changed His Name But Not His Style On His Initial Effort For Columbia Records. Bolton Had Essayed Hard-Edged Arena Rock With His Band Blackjack, And Here He Did Much The Same Thing, Shout-Singing In His Emotive Whiskey Bellow Over Slashing Guitar Power Chords (Frequently Courtesy Of Blackjack's Bruce Kulick And His Brother Bob), Icy Keyboard Fills, Angelic Backup Choirs, And Thundering Rhythm Sections, All Intended To Fill The Hockey Auditoriums Of America Alongside Journey And Foreigner. For All The Clichés, Bolton Was An Undeniably Involving Singer, And Songs Like "Fools Game," The Lead-Off Track And Chart Single, Were Satisfying Pop Efforts That Suggested He Might Offer Some Competition To Emerging Mainstream Rockers Like Bryan Adams. As Things Would Turn Out, Of Course, The True Key Track Was The Cover Of The Supremes' "Back In My Arms Again."” – William Ruhlman, AMG... more details
 
Bolton, Michael - How Am I Supposed To Live Without You How Am I Supposed To Live Without You
Pop New - 12 6553976 CBS
Sealed 1990 12" Single Housed In A Picture Sleeve. Features The Title Track Plus "Forever Eyes," "(Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay (7" Version)" And "That's What Love Is All About (Live)."... more details
 
Bolton, Michael - The Hunger The Hunger
Pop New - LP FC 40473 Columbia
Sealed, Rare 1987 Stereo Original.... more details
 

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