Davis, Paul

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

A Little Bit Of Paul Davis
Used - LP - BLPS 223
Beautiful 1972 Original With Downtown Records Price Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. more
Cool Night
New - LP - AL5-8238
Sealed 1981 Original. Tiny Saw Cut. more
Cool Night
New - LP - 204 357
Sealed 1981 German Original. more
Paul Davis
New - LP - BLP 226
Sealed 1969 Original. more
Paul Davis
Used - LP - JZ 36094
Mint 1980 White Label Promo With Custom Inner Sleeve. more
Ride 'Em Cowboy
New - LP - BLP 401
Sealed Die-Cut, Embossed Jacket Original. “By 1974’s Ride 'Em Cowboy, Paul Davis Abandoned Any Hints Of The Fizzy Bubblegum Pop That Characterized His Debut, A Little Bit Of Paul Davis, But That Doesn’t Mean He Left Behind The Slickness Of AM Pop Production. Ride 'Em Cowboy May Indeed Be The Clear Move Toward Country-Rock That Its Title Indicates, But Davis Still Manages To Kick Out Some Clavinet-Driven Funk On “Midnight Woman,” Adds Some Glistening Electric Pianos To A Soulful Cover Of Neil Young’s “Southern Man,” And “Bronco Rider” And “Alabama” Boogie With Just A Hint Of Fuzz, All Elements That Keep This From Being Just A Bit Too Mellow. Still, The Main Thrust Of Ride 'Em Cowboy Is Davis’ Recasting Himself As A Country-Rocker, And One That Favors Light, Breezy Harmonies And Strummed Guitars Instead Of Hardcore 2-Steps And Pedal Steels. This Gentle Sway Suits Davis’ Laid-Back Personality, But This Isn’t Just Mood Music: Davis Writes A Handful Of Terrific Tunes, Including The Sweet Opening “You’re Not Just A Rose” And, Of Course, The Dreamy Title Track, Which Was His Breakthrough And Wound Up Creating The Blueprint For The Rest Of His Soft Rock ‘70s.” - Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AMG more
Ride 'Em Cowboy
New - LP - BLP 401
Sealed Die-Cut, Embossed Jacket Original With Cut Corner. “By 1974’s Ride 'Em Cowboy, Paul Davis Abandoned Any Hints Of The Fizzy Bubblegum Pop That Characterized His Debut, A Little Bit Of Paul Davis, But That Doesn’t Mean He Left Behind The Slickness Of AM Pop Production. Ride 'Em Cowboy May Indeed Be The Clear Move Toward Country-Rock That Its Title Indicates, But Davis Still Manages To Kick Out Some Clavinet-Driven Funk On “Midnight Woman,” Adds Some Glistening Electric Pianos To A Soulful Cover Of Neil Young’s “Southern Man,” And “Bronco Rider” And “Alabama” Boogie With Just A Hint Of Fuzz, All Elements That Keep This From Being Just A Bit Too Mellow. Still, The Main Thrust Of Ride 'Em Cowboy Is Davis’ Recasting Himself As A Country-Rocker, And One That Favors Light, Breezy Harmonies And Strummed Guitars Instead Of Hardcore 2-Steps And Pedal Steels. This Gentle Sway Suits Davis’ Laid-Back Personality, But This Isn’t Just Mood Music: Davis Writes A Handful Of Terrific Tunes, Including The Sweet Opening “You’re Not Just A Rose” And, Of Course, The Dreamy Title Track, Which Was His Breakthrough And Wound Up Creating The Blueprint For The Rest Of His Soft Rock ‘70s.” - Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AMG more
Singer Of Songs Teller Of Tales
New - LP - BLP 410
Sealed 1977 Original With Custom Song Hype Sticker On Shrink. Cut Corner. more
Southern Tracks & Fantasies
New - LP - BLP 405
Sealed 1976 Textured Jakcet Original. Cut Corner. more

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