Dillards

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Almost
New - LP - EKS 7265
Sealed 2nd Label Stereo, Clean COH. more
Back Porch Bluegrass
Used - LP - EKL 232
Beautiful 1963 White And Gold Label Heavy Vinyl Mono Original Housed In A Laminated Cover. more
Copperfields
New - LP - EKS 74054
Factory Sealed Stereo Pressing (Probably A Butterfly Label) Clean COH. more
Copperfields
New - LP - EKS 74054
Factory Sealed Stereo. Most Likely A Butterfly Label 2nd Issue. more
Copperfields
Used - LP - EKS 74054
1970 Red Label, Heavy Vinyl Stereo Original. Appears Unplayed. “The Dillards' Second Album With Rock-Influenced Arrangements Was Not As Barrier-Busting As 1968's Wheatstraw Suite, And Further Removed From Their Bluegrass Roots. However, It Was A Similarly Eclectic And, For The Most Part, Joyous Romp Through A Fusion Of Bluegrass, Rock, Folk, And Country, With A Bit Of Pop And Orchestration Along The Ride, And The Group's Superb Vocal Harmonies Being The Main Constant. "Touch Her If You Can" Was The Number With The Most Pop And Orchestration, And Worked Extremely Well, With Its Achingly Sad Melody. If Anything The Dillards Did On Elektra Could Have Been A Hit Single, This Would Have Been A Likely Candidate. Their Unusual A Cappella Arrangement Of The Beatles' "Yesterday" Caught Some Attention, And "Brother John" Is Another Simultaneous Detour And Highlight, With Its Dave Brubeck-Influenced Jazzy Rhythms And Guitar Picking That Recalled The Byrds' Psychedelic Era. While Other Tracks, Like The Bluegrass Tune "Old Man At The Mill" And Eric Andersen's "Close The Door Lightly," Were More In The Standard Country-Rock Mode, They're Also Good, With The Musicians Applying Care And Creative Production To The Material Throughout The Disc.” Richie Unterberger, AMG. more
Decade Waltz
New - LP - FF 082
Sealed 1979 Original. CC. Produced By Herb Pedersen. more
Decade Waltz
Used - LP - FF 082
1979 Gatefold Original. Appears Unplayed. more
Decade Waltz
Used - LP - FF 082
Near Mint 1979 Gatefold Original. Cut Corner. more
Dillards vs. The Incredible L.A. Time Machine
New - LP - FF 040
Sealed 1977 Gatefold Original. more
Dillards vs. The Incredible L.A. Time Machine
Used - LP - FF 040
1977 Gatefold Original. CC. more
Homecoming And Family Reunion
New - LP - FF 215
Sealed 1979 Original With Custom Insert. Rare. Gold Promo Stamp On Cover. more
Homecoming And Family Reunion
Used - LP - FF 215
1979 Original With Custom Insert. Recorded Live At A Picnic. Appears Unplayed. more
Live! Almost!
Used - LP - EKL 265
Beautiful 1964 Mono, Promotional Label. more
Mountain Rock
Audiophile - LP - CCS 5007
Sealed 1979 Limited Edition, Direct-To-Disc Original. more
Mountain Rock
Audiophile - LP - CCS 5007
1979 Limited Edition, 180gm HQ Direct-To-Disc Rarity. Glossy Vinyl. more
Roots And Branches
New - LP - ANS 5901
Sealed 1972 Textured Gatefold Original. more
Roots And Branches
New - LP - ANS 501
Sealed, Rare Original With Unique Outer Brown Bag more
Roots And Branches
New - LP - ANS 501
Sealed, Rare 1972 Original With Unique Promotional Outer Brown Bag. First Copy We Have Ever Seen. more
Roots And Branches
Used - LP - ANS 5901
Beautiful 1972 Gatefold Original. Promo Stamp On Front Cover. more
Tribute To The American Duck
Used - LP - PP LA175 F
1973 Original. CC. more
Tribute To The American Duck
New - LP - PP-LA175-P
Sealed 1973 Original, Cut Corner. more
Wheatstraw Suite
New - LP - EKS 74035
Sealed 1968 Original. "It Never Got Any Better Than This. In 1968, As The Byrds Were Making Valiant (If Unappreciated) Efforts To Bring Rock And Country Music Closer Together, The Dillards Were Trying To Do Some Of The Same For Bluegrass And Rock. The Result Was 13 All-But-Perfect Tracks Mixing Some Pretty Laid-Back Topicality ("Hey Boys") And Humor ("The Biggest Whatever"), Cowboy Songs ("Single Saddle," Which Gene Autry Should Have Covered), Just Plain Gorgeous Poetry ("Lemon Chimes"), And A Couple Of Unexpected Covers ("I've Just Seen A Face," "Reason To Believe"), With Arrangements That Exude A Delicate, Subdued Lushness ("Listen To The Sound") And An Element Of Electric Rock (Courtesy Of Joe Osborn On Electric Bass And Jim Gordon On Drums) That Worked Perfectly. In Many Ways, This Is A Finer Rural/Rock Fusion Album Than Sweetheart Of The Rodeo, The First Flying Burrito Brothers Album, Or The Beau Brummels' Efforts During This Same Period, And An Indispensable Part Of Any Collection Of '60s Music." Bruce Eder, AMG. more
Wheatstraw Suite
New - LP - EKS 74035
Sealed 1968 Heavy Vinyl Stereo Original, Promo Sticker On Front Jacket. more
Wheatstraw Suite
Used - LP - EKS 74035
Beautiful 1968 Gold Label Heavy Vinyl Stereo Original. Small Cut Out Hole. "It never got any better than this. In 1968, as the Byrds were making valiant (if unappreciated) efforts to bring rock and country music closer together, the Dillards were trying to do some of the same for bluegrass and rock. The result was 13 all-but-perfect tracks mixing some pretty laid-back topicality ("Hey Boys") and humor ("The Biggest Whatever"), cowboy songs ("Single Saddle," which Gene Autry should have covered), just plain gorgeous poetry ("Lemon Chimes"), and a couple of unexpected covers ("I've Just Seen a Face," "Reason to Believe"), with arrangements that exude a delicate, subdued lushness ("Listen to the Sound") and an element of electric rock (courtesy of Joe Osborn on electric bass and Jim Gordon on drums) that worked perfectly. In many ways, this is a finer rural/rock fusion album than Sweetheart of the Rodeo, the first Flying Burrito Brothers album, or the Beau Brummels' efforts during this same period, and an indispensable part of any collection of '60s music." Bruce Eder, AMG. more
Wheatstraw Suite
Used - LP - EKS 74035
Beautiful Butterfly Labe. Appears Unplayed. "It Never Got Any Better Than This. In 1968, As The Byrds Were Making Valiant (If Unappreciated) Efforts To Bring Rock And Country Music Closer Together, The Dillards Were Trying To Do Some Of The Same For Bluegrass And Rock. The Result Was 13 All-But-Perfect Tracks Mixing Some Pretty Laid-Back Topicality ("Hey Boys") And Humor ("The Biggest Whatever"), Cowboy Songs ("Single Saddle," Which Gene Autry Should Have Covered), Just Plain Gorgeous Poetry ("Lemon Chimes"), And A Couple Of Unexpected Covers ("I've Just Seen A Face," "Reason To Believe"), With Arrangements That Exude A Delicate, Subdued Lushness ("Listen To The Sound") And An Element Of Electric Rock (Courtesy Of Joe Osborn On Electric Bass And Jim Gordon On Drums) That Worked Perfectly. In Many Ways, This Is A Finer Rural/Rock Fusion Album Than Sweetheart Of The Rodeo, The First Flying Burrito Brothers Album, Or The Beau Brummels' Efforts During This Same Period, And An Indispensable Part Of Any Collection Of '60s Music." Bruce Eder, AMG. more
Wheatstraw Suite
Used - LP - EKS 7285
1970's Pressing On Butterfly Label Still In Shrink. With Byron Berline On Fiddle. A Fine Bluegrass Recorded Effort Before The Dillards Expanded Beyond The Boundaries Of Bluegrass Into Folk-rock And Country-rock. more

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