Clark, Roy

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Come Live With Me
New - LP - DOS-26010
Sealed 1973 US Original, Label/Pressing Info Unknown. Hole Punch, Shrink Tear & Small Corner Ding. "Come Live With Me Contains The Last Of Roy Clark's Crossover Hits: The Title Track And "Somewhere Between Love And Tomorrow," Both Of Which Were Major Country Hits That Climbed Onto The Lower Rungs Of The Pop Charts. "Come Live With Me," Written By Boudleaux And Felice Bryant, Became The Biggest Hit Of Clark's Career. Interestingly, Although It And "Somewhere Between Love And Tomorrow" Are Typical Clark Easy Listening Ballads, They Feature Steel Guitar And Are More Identifiable As Country Music Than Most Of His Pop Hits. The Album Has Clark's Usual Wide Assortment Of Material, From Exceptionally Good Covers Of Joe Stampley's "Soul Song" And Wayne Newton's "Daddy Don't You Walk So Fast" To Gospel ("Why Me") And Mac Davis' Drippy Signature Tune ("I'll Paint You A Song," From The 1970 Glen Campbell Film Norwood). Ballads Dominate The Album And, Unfortunately, None Of Clark's Comedic Or Virtuoso Instrumental Talents Are On Display. About Half Of Come Live With Me Is Very Good, And The Title Track Is An Important One In Clark's Career." AMG - Greg Adams. more
Lightning Fingers Of Roy Clark
New - LP - ST 1780
Sealed Full Dimensional Stereo. “Originally Recorded For Capitol Records In His Pre-Hee-Haw Days (1963), This Is Roy's Instrumental Album, An All-Guitar Fest That Showcases The Country Artist's Amazing Chops. Kicking Off With A Warp-Speed Version Of "Twelfth Street Rag" That Actually Gets Doubles In Tempo By The Final Chorus, This Album Features A Brace Of Generic "Twistin' Instrumentals (Read: Public Domain Tunes Given A Twist Beat) Like "Texas Twist," "Weeping Willow Twist," "Wildwood Twist" ("Wildwood Flower"), "Golden Slippers" And "Over The Waves," Rocked Up Cha Cha's Like "Pink Velvet Swing" And Bob Wills' "A Maiden's Prayer," And Boogies Like The Closing "Chicken Wire." Produced By Ken Nelson And Sounding For All The World Like It Was Cut In A Single Afternoon Session, This Should Open Up Anyone's Eyes And Ears Who Think Of Roy Clark Only As A Belly Scratchin' Fool, Telling Corny Jokes And Singing Sappy Love Ballads.” Cub Koda, All Music Guide. more
My Music
New - LP - 3189
Sealed 1980 Original. more
My Music & Me / Vocal & Instrumental
New - LP - DO 2072-2
Sealed 1977 2LP Gatefold Original. more
Sings Lonesome Love Ballads
New - LP - T 2452
Sealed 1966 Mono Original. more
Sings Lonesome Love Ballads
Used - LP - T 2425
Beautiful 1965 Mono Original; Deadwax Indicates It Was Pressed In Los Angeles. 5th LP From One Of The Top Country Guitar Players. more
The Entertainer
Used - LP - DOS 1-2001
1974 Original Still In Shrink With Factory Seal Hype Sticker. Small Hole Punch. more
The Other Side Of Roy Clark
New - LP - DLP 25977
Sealed 1970 Original. more
Urban, Suburban
New - LP - DLP 25863
Sealed 1968 Stereo Original, Tiny CC. more
Yesterday, When I Was Young
New - LP - DLP 25953
Sealed 1969 Original Featuring His Biggest Crossover Hit, The Title Track. more

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