Rogers, Kenny / First Edition

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Backroads
New - LP - JR 5001
Sealed, Rare 1972 Textured Cover Original. more
Ballad Of Calico
New - LP - 2XS 6476
Sealed, Rare 1972 2LP Gatefold Original With 16 Page Booklet. Michael Murphey Wrote The Songs On This Album As A Tribute To A Ghost Town In The Mojave Known As New Vegas. Recommended. First Sealed Copy We Have Seen. more
First Edition's 2nd
Used - LP - RS 6302
Beautiful White Label Promo. Appears Unplayed. more
Love Songs
New - LP - 912
Sealed 1984 10 Track Compilation With Saw Cut. more
Ruby, Don't Take Your Love To Town
New - LP - RS 6352
Sealed, Rare Stereo Original. more
Sales Hype
New - LP - Unknown
Factory Sealed, Very Limited Promotional Only LP. Pristine Copy. more
Something's Burning
New - LP - 6385
Rare, Sealed Gatefold First Issue Without Album Title On Front Cover. more
Something's Burning
New - LP - 6385
Sealed, Non-Gatefold Issue With Album Title Sticker On The Shrink. Cover Is VG+ With Some Rubbing Along Seams. more
Something's Burning
New - LP - 6385
Sealed 1970 Gatefold Original. Rare. Cut Corner. more
Tell It All Brother
Used - LP - MS 6412
1970 White Label Promo Rarity. Jacket Near Mint, LP Appears Unplayed. more
Tell It All Brother
New - LP - MS 6412
Sealed 1970 Original With Custom Song Hype Sticker On Shrink. Tiny Cut-Corner. “Appearing On Their Sixth Album, Tell It All Brother, Are The Last Two Hits From Kenny Rogers & The First Edition, Their Sixth And Seventh Top 40 Chart-Climbing 45-Rpm Records. Deep Vocals With A Bass-Heavy Rock Sound Employing Just A Touch Of Country Leanings Are What Resonate Through The Title Track. Alex Harvey's "Tell It All Brother," A Political Song That Went Top 20 In The Summer Of 1970, Is Followed By Kin Vassey's "Heed The Call," One Of The Three Weakest Of Rogers' 27 Top 40 Hits Released Between 1968 And 1984 (It Lingered In The Top 35 In November Of 1970). But "Heed The Call" Is A Great Song, More Uptempo Than "Ruby," "Reuben James," And "Tell It All Brother," And With Undeniable Charm. "Heed The Call" Begins With Tambourine And Has Gospel-Inflected Vocals Over Handclaps, Marching Drumbeats, And A Campfire Feel. It Is, Along With Being The Band's Final Hit, One That Displays Individual Talents Working In Unison Perhaps Better Than Any Of Their Previous Commercial Efforts. It Contrasts With The Title Song Chant, Which Is All Rogers, His Big Voice Over The Bass Drum And Tambourine, With Piano And Bass Taking A Back Seat And The Guitars Invisible. "Shine On Ruby Mountain" Is A Kenny Young Song, And It Has The Uptempo Square Dance Drive That Is Present On Many Of The Non-Hit Album Tracks. Rogers' Sole Original, "Love Woman," Co-Written With Douglas Legrand, Is An Uptempo Country-Rocker, With The Direction Of The Group More Defined -- It Is No Longer Just A Band But A Vehicle For An Emerging Major Star. After "Heed The Call," Things Come Down A Bit On Side Two With Harvey's Third Composition On The Album, The Beautiful Ballad "Molly." It Should Have Been A Hit, For It Is Harvey's "Delta Dawn" Slowed Down And Ready To Become A Part Of Elton John's Tumbleweed Connection Album. "After All (I Live My Life)" Is A Perfect Showcase For New Addition To The Group Mary Arnold, And Why She Didn't Climb The Charts With This Group Is A Mystery -- She Arguably Has The Best And Most Distinctive Voice.” Joe Viglione, AMG. more
Too Much Too Soon
New - LP - MS 6412
Sealed, Rare 1970 Original, Small Cut Corner. more
Transition
Used - LP - MS 2039
1971 White Label Promo Rarity. Hint Of Ring Wear, LP Appears Unplayed. more
Transition
New - LP - MS 2039
Sealed 1971 Original. more

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