Nitty Gritty Dirt Band

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Alive!
New - LP - LST 7611
Factory Sealed 1969 Gatefold Original. Cut Out Hole. "How Many Live Albums — Forget Decent Ones — Were Left Behind By Bands In 1967/68? This Is One, And It's Better Than Decent, And Almost A Gift From Heaven, Capturing An Early Incarnation Of The Group (Circa 1967) On A Good Night At The L.A. Troubadour. Someone Has Earned A Place In Musical Heaven For Seeing To Recording The Show." - Bruce Eder, AMG more
Alive!
Used - LP - LST 7611
1969 Gatefold Original. Small Date Written In Pencil On Back Cover, Hence Price. "How Many Live Albums — Forget Decent Ones — Were Left Behind By Bands In 1967/68? This Is One, And It's Better Than Decent, And Almost A Gift From Heaven, Capturing An Early Incarnation Of The Group (Circa 1967) On A Good Night At The L.A. Troubadour. Someone Has Earned A Place In Musical Heaven For Seeing To Recording The Show." - Bruce Eder, AMG more
All The Good Times
New - LP - UAS 5553
Sealed 1971 Embossed, Textured Gatefold Original. more
All The Good Times
Used - LP - UAS 5553
1971 Embossed Textured Jacket Gatefold Original With Promo Stamp On Top Right Front Corner Of Jacket. Record Shows Signs Of Play, But Is Quiet As The Proverbial Mouse. Heavily Reduced Price Due To Vinyl Appearance. more
Dirt, Silver & Gold
New - LP - UA LA670 L3
Factory Sealed 1977 1st Pressing Triple Gatefold 3LP Set With Colour Poster. Custom Sticker Over Shrink Wrap, COH. more
Dirt, Silver & Gold
New - LP - UA-LA670-L3
Factory Sealed 1977 3LP First Pressing Housed In A Tri-Fold Cover With Color Poster. Small Cut Corner. more
Dirt, Silver & Gold
Used - LP - UA-LA670-L3
1977 3LP Housed In A Tri-Fold Cover With Humongous Color Poster. Two LPs Are Brown Label, One LP Is Yellow Sunray With Clouds Label. All Three LPs Appear Glossy, Unplayed. more
Dirt, Silver And Gold
New - LP - UA-LA670-L3
Sealed 1976 3LP Tri-Fold Jacket Original. more
Dream
Used - LP - UA-LA469-DJ
1975 White Label Promo Only Eight Song LP. Small CC. more
Hold On
New - LP - 255731
Sealed 1987 Original With Custom Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Clean Cut Out Hole. more
Let's Go
New - LP - LT 51146
Sealed, Hard To Find 1983 Original. more
Let's Go
New - LP - LT 51146
Sealed, Hard To Find 1983 Original. Gold Promo Stamp On Jacket. more
More Great Dirt
New - LP - 25830
Sealed 1989 Original. A Hard To Find Compilation. more
More Great Dirt: The Best Of Vol. 2
New - LP - 25830
Sealed, Hard To Find 1989 Original. Small Saw Cut. Features The Previously Unreleased Hit Single "Down That Road Tonight". more
Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
Used - LP - LST 7501
1967 Rainbow Label Stereo Original. Corner Rub more
Paint Your Wagon
New - LP - PMS 1001
First Sealed Copy Of This Soundtrack We Have Seen With The Bonus Booklet Folded Around The Gatefold. Artwork By David Stone Martin. more
Paint Your Wagon
New - LP - MCA 37099
Sealed Second Issue (Originals Were On Paramount). Pristine Copy. more
Partners, Brothers And Friends
New - LP - 25304
Sealed 1985 Original With Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. Small Cut Out Hole. more
Plain Dirt Fashion
Used - LP - 25113
1984 Original In Custom Inner Sleeve With Custom Sticker And Gold Promo Stamp On Front Jacket. more
Plain Dirt Fashion
New - LP - 25113
Sealed 1984 Original With Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. Saw Cut. more
Rare Junk
Used - LP - LST 7540
Rare 1968 Stereo Original. Touch Of Ring/Edge Wear. more
Rare Junk
New - LP - LST 7540
Sealed 1968 Stereo Original. Pristine Copy. more
Rest Of The Dream
Used - LP - 6407
1990 Vinyl Rarity In Glossy, Unplayed Condition. more
Richochet
Used - LP - LRP 3516
Beautiful Mono Original In Shrinkwrap. more
Ricochet
Used - LP - LST 7516
Beautiful 1967 Stereo Original In Shrink Wrap With Old Turn Style $3.57 Price Tag Over Shrink Wrap. more
Ricochet
New - LP - LST 7516
Sealed 1967 Stereo Original. Bruce Eder, Writing In All Music Guide, Called This A Masterpiece. more
Stars & Stripes Forever
New - LP - UA-LA184-J2
Sealed 1974 2LP Gatefold Original With Full Track Listing Sticker On Rear Shrink. Includes Humongous Full Color Poster. Small Cut Corner. Custom Track Listing Sticker On The Rear Shrink Wrap. Also Includes Bonus 8x10 Promotional Glossy Photo Of The Group. more
Stars & Stripes Forever
Used - LP - UA-LA184-J2
1974 2LP Heavy Vinyl Gatefold Original. Includes The Humongous Full Color Poster (Unopened). Small Cut Corner. Both LPs Appear Unplayed. more
Symphonium Dream
New - LP - UA-LA469-G
Sealed 1975 Original Housed In A Die-Cut Gimmick Cover. Small Cut Corner. “The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band's First Pure Studio Recording Since Will The Circle Be Unbroken, Dream Is Another Very Different Earful Sort Of Psychedelic Country/Bluegrass. The Band Is Joined By Linda Ronstadt, Leon Russell, And Actor Gary Busey (As "Teddy Jack Eddy," And On Drums). The Sound Is More Varied Than On Previous Albums, With A Harder Electric Country Feel On "Bayou Jubilee," Which Segues Directly Into The Bluegrass Instrumental "Sally Was A Goodun." Ronstadt Does A Great Job Singing "Hey Good Lookin'," But Mostly It's The Dirt Band Singing, Including A Superb Rendition Of "(All I Have To Do Is) Dream." The Group Had Previously Released A Fun Live Rendition Of Jimmie Driftwood's "The Battle Of New Orleans," And They Cover It Here In A Somewhat Funkier Studio Version. John McEuen Also Offers A Taste Of Some Of The Sounds He'd Later Explore More Fully On His Solo Releases With "Classical Banjo I/Malaguena/Classical Banjo II." They Offer A Non-Country Instrumental, "Sleeping On The Beach," Which Could Have Come From A '50s Mood Instrumental Album -- Of Course, They Follow It Up With William McEuen's Carnival Music-Inspired "Santa Monica Pier," Which Segues Into The Gorgeous Lost Single "Ripplin' Waters," By Jim Ibbotson, One Of Two Hits That Should Have Been Off This Album (The Other Is Ken Edwards' "Mother Of Love"). The Disc Ends With William McEuen’s Wind Harp Instrumental And A Music-Box Piece Called "Symphonion Montage." Bruce Eder, AMG. more
Symphonium Dream
New - LP - UA-LA469-G
Sealed 1975 Stereo Original With Die Cut Flip Up Back Cover. No Promo Or Deletion Mark. “The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band's First Pure Studio Recording Since Will The Circle Be Unbroken, Dream Is Another Very Different Earful Sort Of Psychedelic Country/Bluegrass. The Band Is Joined By Linda Ronstadt, Leon Russell, And Actor Gary Busey (As "Teddy Jack Eddy," And On Drums). The Sound Is More Varied Than On Previous Albums, With A Harder Electric Country Feel On "Bayou Jubilee," Which Segues Directly Into The Bluegrass Instrumental "Sally Was A Goodun." Ronstadt Does A Great Job Singing "Hey Good Lookin'," But Mostly It's The Dirt Band Singing, Including A Superb Rendition Of "(All I Have To Do Is) Dream." The Group Had Previously Released A Fun Live Rendition Of Jimmie Driftwood's "The Battle Of New Orleans," And They Cover It Here In A Somewhat Funkier Studio Version. John McEuen Also Offers A Taste Of Some Of The Sounds He'd Later Explore More Fully On His Solo Releases With "Classical Banjo I/Malaguena/Classical Banjo II." They Offer A Non-Country Instrumental, "Sleeping On The Beach," Which Could Have Come From A '50s Mood Instrumental Album -- Of Course, They Follow It Up With William McEuen's Carnival Music-Inspired "Santa Monica Pier," Which Segues Into The Gorgeous Lost Single "Ripplin' Waters," By Jim Ibbotson, One Of Two Hits That Should Have Been Off This Album (The Other Is Ken Edwards' "Mother Of Love"). The Disc Ends With William McEuen’s Wind Harp Instrumental And A Music-Box Piece Called "Symphonion Montage." Bruce Eder, AMG. more
Symphonium Dream
New - LP - UA-LA469-G
Sealed 1975 Original With Die Cut Flip Up Back Cover. Small, Clean Cut Out Hole. “The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band's First Pure Studio Recording Since Will The Circle Be Unbroken, Dream Is Another Very Different Earful Sort Of Psychedelic Country/Bluegrass. The Band Is Joined By Linda Ronstadt, Leon Russell, And Actor Gary Busey (As "Teddy Jack Eddy," And On Drums). The Sound Is More Varied Than On Previous Albums, With A Harder Electric Country Feel On "Bayou Jubilee," Which Segues Directly Into The Bluegrass Instrumental "Sally Was A Goodun." Ronstadt Does A Great Job Singing "Hey Good Lookin'," But Mostly It's The Dirt Band Singing, Including A Superb Rendition Of "(All I Have To Do Is) Dream." The Group Had Previously Released A Fun Live Rendition Of Jimmie Driftwood's "The Battle Of New Orleans," And They Cover It Here In A Somewhat Funkier Studio Version. John McEuen Also Offers A Taste Of Some Of The Sounds He'd Later Explore More Fully On His Solo Releases With "Classical Banjo I/Malaguena/Classical Banjo II." They Offer A Non-Country Instrumental, "Sleeping On The Beach," Which Could Have Come From A '50s Mood Instrumental Album -- Of Course, They Follow It Up With William McEuen's Carnival Music-Inspired "Santa Monica Pier," Which Segues Into The Gorgeous Lost Single "Ripplin' Waters," By Jim Ibbotson, One Of Two Hits That Should Have Been Off This Album (The Other Is Ken Edwards' "Mother Of Love"). The Disc Ends With William McEuen’s Wind Harp Instrumental And A Music-Box Piece Called "Symphonion Montage." Bruce Eder, AMG. more
Symphonium Dream
Used - LP - UA-LA469-G
1975 Original With Die Cut Flip Up Back Cover. Cut Corner. Includes Custom Inner Sleeve. more
Twenty Years Of Dirt-The Best Of The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
Used - LP - 25382-1
Limited Edition 1986 Compilation Which Features The Newly Released Single "Stand A Little Rain." Shrink Intact. Appears Unplayed. Custom Inner Sleeve. more
Twenty Years Of Dirt-The Best Of The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
New - LP - 23582-1
Sealed 1986 Record Club Only, Limited Edition Compilation Which Features The Newly Released Single "Stand A Little Rain." Includes Custom Inner Sleeve. more
Uncle Charlie & His Dog Teddy
Used - LP - LST 7642
1970 Textured Gatefold Original. Slight Edge Wear. “The First Album Issued By The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band After They Had Temporarily Disbanded In 1969, This Greatly Expanded Their Pop Audience, Due Primarily To The Top 10 Hit Cover Of Jerry Jeff Walker's "Mr. Bojangles" (Which Actually Wasn't A Hit Until Early 1971). The Group Moved Into A More Accessible Rock-Oriented Fusion Of Country, Bluegrass, Pop, And Rock & Roll, Relying Primarily On Smartly Chosen Covers Of Tunes By The Likes Of Walker, Mike Nesmith, Randy Newman, And Kenny Loggins. Few Bands Had Incorporated Instruments More Commonly Associated With Country And Bluegrass, Particularly Mandolin And Banjo, As Comfortably Into A Rock Setting Prior To This Release, And Their Well-Crafted Harmonies Help Put The Songs Over For Those Not-Steeped-In Backwoods Sounds. It Was An Extremely Diverse Program For A Country-Rock Album, Too, Moving From Rustic Instrumentals And Snippets Of Tapes Of Elderly Musicians Performing Rural Americana To The Buddy Holly Cover "Rave On." The Group Were Actually At Their Best, Though, When Doing Softer, Melodic Pop Tunes. "Mr. Bojangles" Was A Deserved Huge Success In That Regard, But Nesmith's "Some Of Shelley's Blues" And Loggins' "House At Pooh Corner" Were Almost As Catchy And Appealing.” Richie Unterberger, All Music Guide. more
Uncle Charlie & His Dog Teddy
New - LP - LST 7642
Sealed 1970 Textured Gatefold Original. Minor Edge Fray Where Shrink Was Torn. “The First Album Issued By The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band After They Had Temporarily Disbanded In 1969, This Greatly Expanded Their Pop Audience, Due Primarily To The Top 10 Hit Cover Of Jerry Jeff Walker's "Mr. Bojangles" (Which Actually Wasn't A Hit Until Early 1971). The Group Moved Into A More Accessible Rock-Oriented Fusion Of Country, Bluegrass, Pop, And Rock & Roll, Relying Primarily On Smartly Chosen Covers Of Tunes By The Likes Of Walker, Mike Nesmith, Randy Newman, And Kenny Loggins. Few Bands Had Incorporated Instruments More Commonly Associated With Country And Bluegrass, Particularly Mandolin And Banjo, As Comfortably Into A Rock Setting Prior To This Release, And Their Well-Crafted Harmonies Help Put The Songs Over For Those Not-Steeped-In Backwoods Sounds. It Was An Extremely Diverse Program For A Country-Rock Album, Too, Moving From Rustic Instrumentals And Snippets Of Tapes Of Elderly Musicians Performing Rural Americana To The Buddy Holly Cover "Rave On." The Group Were Actually At Their Best, Though, When Doing Softer, Melodic Pop Tunes. "Mr. Bojangles" Was A Deserved Huge Success In That Regard, But Nesmith's "Some Of Shelley's Blues" And Loggins' "House At Pooh Corner" Were Almost As Catchy And Appealing.” - Richie Unterberger, All Music Guide more
Uncle Charlie & His Dog Teddy
Used - LP - LST-7642
Hard To Find 1970 Promo Edition, Housed In A Thick Sturdy Photo-Album Style Cover With Carde De Vista Affixed To Front Cover. Includes: The Gatefold Album; A 10" 78 Rpm Shellac Of Mr. Bojangles; 7" 45 Rpm Single Of Mr. Bojangles; 7" 45 Rpm Interview Single; Extra Carde De Viste (CDV) Of Uncle Charlie; Four 8x10-inch Black & White Glossy Resin-Coated Photographs & The Publicity Sheets. Difficult To Find With The Complete Inventory. “The First Album Issued By The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band After They Had Temporarily Disbanded In 1969, This Greatly Expanded Their Pop Audience, Due Primarily To The Top 10 Hit Cover Of Jerry Jeff Walker's "Mr. Bojangles" (Which Actually Wasn't A Hit Until Early 1971). The Group Moved Into A More Accessible Rock-Oriented Fusion Of Country, Bluegrass, Pop, And Rock & Roll, Relying Primarily On Smartly Chosen Covers Of Tunes By The Likes Of Walker, Mike Nesmith, Randy Newman, And Kenny Loggins. Few Bands Had Incorporated Instruments More Commonly Associated With Country And Bluegrass, Particularly Mandolin And Banjo, As Comfortably Into A Rock Setting Prior To This Release, And Their Well-Crafted Harmonies Help Put The Songs Over For Those Not-Steeped-In Backwoods Sounds. It Was An Extremely Diverse Program For A Country-Rock Album, Too, Moving From Rustic Instrumentals And Snippets Of Tapes Of Elderly Musicians Performing Rural Americana To The Buddy Holly Cover "Rave On." The Group Were Actually At Their Best, Though, When Doing Softer, Melodic Pop Tunes. "Mr. Bojangles" Was A Deserved Huge Success In That Regard, But Nesmith's "Some Of Shelley's Blues" And Loggins' "House At Pooh Corner" Were Almost As Catchy And Appealing.” - Richie Unterberger, All Music Guide more
Uncle Charlie & His Dog Teddy
New - LP - LST 7642
Sealed 1970 Textured Gatefold Original. Cut Corner. “The First Album Issued By The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band After They Had Temporarily Disbanded In 1969, This Greatly Expanded Their Pop Audience, Due Primarily To The Top 10 Hit Cover Of Jerry Jeff Walker's "Mr. Bojangles" (Which Actually Wasn't A Hit Until Early 1971). The Group Moved Into A More Accessible Rock-Oriented Fusion Of Country, Bluegrass, Pop, And Rock & Roll, Relying Primarily On Smartly Chosen Covers Of Tunes By The Likes Of Walker, Mike Nesmith, Randy Newman, And Kenny Loggins. Few Bands Had Incorporated Instruments More Commonly Associated With Country And Bluegrass, Particularly Mandolin And Banjo, As Comfortably Into A Rock Setting Prior To This Release, And Their Well-Crafted Harmonies Help Put The Songs Over For Those Not-Steeped-In Backwoods Sounds. It Was An Extremely Diverse Program For A Country-Rock Album, Too, Moving From Rustic Instrumentals And Snippets Of Tapes Of Elderly Musicians Performing Rural Americana To The Buddy Holly Cover "Rave On." The Group Were Actually At Their Best, Though, When Doing Softer, Melodic Pop Tunes. "Mr. Bojangles" Was A Deserved Huge Success In That Regard, But Nesmith's "Some Of Shelley's Blues" And Loggins' "House At Pooh Corner" Were Almost As Catchy And Appealing.” - Richie Unterberger, All Music Guide more
Uncle Charlie & His Dog Teddy
New - LP - LST 7642
Sealed 1970 Textured Gatefold Original With The Rare "Mr. Bojangles" Hype Stickwer On The Shrink Wrap. “The First Album Issued By The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band After They Had Temporarily Disbanded In 1969, This Greatly Expanded Their Pop Audience, Due Primarily To The Top 10 Hit Cover Of Jerry Jeff Walker's "Mr. Bojangles" (Which Actually Wasn't A Hit Until Early 1971). The Group Moved Into A More Accessible Rock-Oriented Fusion Of Country, Bluegrass, Pop, And Rock & Roll, Relying Primarily On Smartly Chosen Covers Of Tunes By The Likes Of Walker, Mike Nesmith, Randy Newman, And Kenny Loggins. Few Bands Had Incorporated Instruments More Commonly Associated With Country And Bluegrass, Particularly Mandolin And Banjo, As Comfortably Into A Rock Setting Prior To This Release, And Their Well-Crafted Harmonies Help Put The Songs Over For Those Not-Steeped-In Backwoods Sounds. It Was An Extremely Diverse Program For A Country-Rock Album, Too, Moving From Rustic Instrumentals And Snippets Of Tapes Of Elderly Musicians Performing Rural Americana To The Buddy Holly Cover "Rave On." The Group Were Actually At Their Best, Though, When Doing Softer, Melodic Pop Tunes. "Mr. Bojangles" Was A Deserved Huge Success In That Regard, But Nesmith's "Some Of Shelley's Blues" And Loggins' "House At Pooh Corner" Were Almost As Catchy And Appealing.” - Richie Unterberger, All Music Guide. more
Will The Circle Be Unbroken
New - LP - UAS 1198
Sealed Deep Groove, Heavy Vinyl 3LP Triple Gatefold Original Featuring A Host Of Great Artists, Small CC. Features Norman Blake, Earl Scruggs, Doc Watson, Vassar Clements And Many Others. A Brilliant 5 Star Merger Of Rock And Country! more
Workin' Band
Used - LP - 25722
Hard To Find 1988 Vinyl. Gold Promo Stamp On Cover. more
Workin' Band
New - LP - 25722
Sealed 1988 Vinyl Rarity With Custom Hype Sticker And Gold Promo Stamp On The Cover. First Copy We Have Had In Stock In Ten Years! more

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