Fame, Georgie

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Fame, Georgie - Shorty Featuring Georgie Fame Shorty Featuring Georgie Fame
Pop New - LP BN 26563 Epic
Sealed 1970 Original, Small Cut Corner. Includes His UK Hit "Seventh Son." Liner Notes By Blossom Dearie.... more details
 
Fame, Georgie - Georgie Fame Georgie Fame
Pop New - LP ILPS 9293 Island
Sealed 1974 Original, CC. Georgie Returns To His R&B/Jazz Roots.... more details
 
Fame, Georgie - Ballad Of Bonnie And Clyde Ballad Of Bonnie And Clyde
Pop New - LP BN 26368 Epic
Sealed 1968 Stereo Original.... more details
 
Fame, Georgie - Yeh Yeh Yeh Yeh
Pop New - LP LP-9282 Imperial
Sealed, Rare 1965 Mono Original.... more details
 
Fame, Georgie - Cool Cat Blues Cool Cat Blues
Pop New Release PPAN 009 Pure Pleasure
Sealed 2008 2LP 180gm Gatefold Vinyl. Reissue Of The 1991 Release On Blue Moon Amd, We Believe, The First Time On Vinyl. Produced By Ben Sidran And Featuring A Crack Band, With Folks Like Robben Ford, Steve Gadd, Will Lee And Richard Tee Sitting In. Also Appearances From Van Morrison, John Hendricks And Boz Scaggs.... more details
 
Fame, Georgie - Third Face Of Fame Third Face Of Fame
Pop Audiophile - LP 63293 Pure Pleasure
Sealed 180gm HQ Reissue. “Georgie Fame Was Firmly Enrolled Within His Pop Phase By 1968, And Third Face Of Fame Did Not Care Who Noticed. In Fact, It Rather Hoped That Everybody Lured Into Earshot By His Recent Chart-Topping Lament For Outlaws Bonnie & Clyde (The Opening "The Ballad Of Bonnie & Clyde," Of Course), Would All Come Hurtling In. In Fact They Didn't, And The Album Marked Fame's First Non-Charting Outing Since His Debut, Five Years Before — Which Means The Millions Missed Out On A Handful Of Cuts That Were At Least As Enjoyable As The Hit. A Version Of The Beatles' "When I'm 64" Rivals Any Other Cover Of That Song, With Fame's Treatment Truly Capturing The Foreboding That Lurks Behind The Superficial Buoyancy Of The Lyric, While There's Also A Heartfelt Version Of George And Ira Gershwin's "Someone To Watch Over Me." Earlier Fans Are Treated To A Powerful Visit To "St James Infirmary," Which Proves That Fame Has Lost None Of His Earlier Taste For Menacing R&B, While The Closing Romp Through Donovan's "Mellow Yellow" Is Nothing If Not, Er, Mellow. Third Face Of Fame Can Scarcely Be Recommended To Anybody Yearning For Fame Himself To Return To The Blues-Breaking Growl Of Old. But, As An Example Of British Pop's Own Longtime Fascination With "Adult"-Sounding Entertainment, It's Certainly An Enjoyable Slice Of Very Easy Listening.” Dave Thompson, AMG.... more details
 
Fame, Georgie - Shorty Featuring Georgie Fame Shorty Featuring Georgie Fame
Pop New - LP BN 26563 Epic
Sealed 1970 Original. Includes His UK Hit "Seventh Son." Liner Notes By Blossom Dearie. Pristine Copy.... more details
 
Fame, Georgie - Third Face Of Fame Third Face Of Fame
Pop Audiophile - LP 63293 Pure Pleasure
Sealed 180gm HQ Import. “Georgie Fame Was Firmly Enrolled Within His Pop Phase By 1968, And Third Face Of Fame Did Not Care Who Noticed. In Fact, It Rather Hoped That Everybody Lured Into Earshot By His Recent Chart-Topping Lament For Outlaws Bonnie & Clyde (The Opening "The Ballad Of Bonnie & Clyde," Of Course), Would All Come Hurtling In. In Fact They Didn't, And The Album Marked Fame's First Non-Charting Outing Since His Debut, Five Years Before — Which Means The Millions Missed Out On A Handful Of Cuts That Were At Least As Enjoyable As The Hit. A Version Of The Beatles' "When I'm 64" Rivals Any Other Cover Of That Song, With Fame's Treatment Truly Capturing The Foreboding That Lurks Behind The Superficial Buoyancy Of The Lyric, While There's Also A Heartfelt Version Of George And Ira Gershwin's "Someone To Watch Over Me." Earlier Fans Are Treated To A Powerful Visit To "St James Infirmary," Which Proves That Fame Has Lost None Of His Earlier Taste For Menacing R&B, While The Closing Romp Through Donovan's "Mellow Yellow" Is Nothing If Not, Er, Mellow. Third Face Of Fame Can Scarcely Be Recommended To Anybody Yearning For Fame Himself To Return To The Blues-Breaking Growl Of Old. But, As An Example Of British Pop's Own Longtime Fascination With "Adult"-Sounding Entertainment, It's Certainly An Enjoyable Slice Of Very Easy Listening.” Dave Thompson, AMG. Shrink Wrap Partially Torn, Hence $10 Reduction.... more details
 
Fame, Georgie - Ballad Of Bonnie And Clyde Ballad Of Bonnie And Clyde
Pop Used - LP BN 26368 Epic
1968 Yellow Label Stereo Original Still In Shrink Wrap. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Fame, Georgie - Georgie Fame Georgie Fame
Pop New - LP ILPS 9293 Island
Sealed 1974 Original. Georgie Returns To His R&B/Jazz Roots.... more details
 
Fame, Georgie - Rhythm And Blues At The Flamingo Rhythm And Blues At The Flamingo
Pop New - LP UIJY 9043 Universal
Sealed, Out Of Print, 2008 Limited Edition 200gm Mono Japanese Reissue With Obi Housed In A Flip-Back Jacket.... more details
 
Fame, Georgie - Rhythm And Blues At The Camden Theatre Rhythm And Blues At The Camden Theatre
Pop New - LP R&B3-180 Rhythm & Blues Records
Sealed 2015 Limited Edition Record Store Day Reissue. Limited To 500 Copies.... more details
 
Fame, Georgie - Get Away Get Away
Pop New - LP LP 12331 Imperial
Sealed 1966 Stereo Original.... more details
 

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