Fountain, Pete

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

A Taste Of Honey
Used - LP - CRL757486
Sealed 1966 Original, Still In Shrink. more
Both Sides Now
New - LP - CRL 757507
Sealed Stereo Original. more
Crescent City
New - LP - 336
Sealed, Hard To Find 1973 Original. more
Dr. Fountain's Magical Licorice Stick Remedy For The Blues
Used - LP - CRL 757513
1970 Stereo Original Still In Shrink Wrap. more
I've Got You Under My Skin
New - LP - CRL 757488
Sealed 1966 Stereo Original. more
Make Your Own Kind of Music
New - LP - CRL 757510
Sealed 1969 Stereo Original Featuring A Great Cover Photo Montage Showing Pete Surrounded By Dolly Birds. more
Mr. Stick Man
New - LP - CRL 57473
Sealed 1965 Original Featuring Vocals By The Jordanaires. more
Pete Fountain's New Orleans
Used - LP - CRL 757282
1959 Deep Groove Stereo Original. Appears Unplayed. more
Plenty Of Pete
New - LP - CRL 57424
Sealed 1962 Mono Original. “Coral Certainly Offered Dixieland Fans Plenty Of Pete Fountain In The Early '60s For He Recorded At Least 16 Albums For The Label During 1959-63. Fortunately This Was The Clarinetist's Prime Period (Although He Always Sounds Good) But Unfortunately None Of The Recordings Have Been Reissued On CD Yet. For Plenty Of Pete, Fountain Is Heard Showcased With An Orchestra On Five Of The Eight Numbers (Including An Attempt To Capitalize On The Success Of "Stranger On The Shore") And Jams With His Rhythm Section On The Remaining Pieces Plus A Lengthy And Rather Odd Medley. The Latter Somehow Combines Together "Stardust," "Is It True What They Say About Dixie?," "The Saints" And "Dixie," Shifting Back And Forth Between Those Unrelated Songs. As With Most Of His Output For Coral, This Pete Fountain LP Is Worth Picking Up If One Is Lucky Enough To Run Across It.” – Scott Yanow, All Music Guide more
Plenty Of Pete
New - LP - CRL 57424
Sealed 1962 Mono Original. “Coral Certainly Offered Dixieland Fans Plenty Of Pete Fountain In The Early '60s For He Recorded At Least 16 Albums For The Label During 1959-63. Fortunately This Was The Clarinetist's Prime Period (Although He Always Sounds Good) But Unfortunately None Of The Recordings Have Been Reissued On CD Yet. For Plenty Of Pete, Fountain Is Heard Showcased With An Orchestra On Five Of The Eight Numbers (Including An Attempt To Capitalize On The Success Of "Stranger On The Shore") And Jams With His Rhythm Section On The Remaining Pieces Plus A Lengthy And Rather Odd Medley. The Latter Somehow Combines Together "Stardust," "Is It True What They Say About Dixie?," "The Saints" And "Dixie," Shifting Back And Forth Between Those Unrelated Songs. As With Most Of His Output For Coral, This Pete Fountain LP Is Worth Picking Up If One Is Lucky Enough To Run Across It.” – Scott Yanow, All Music Guide more
Something Misty
New - LP - CRL 757516
Sealed 1970 Original. Includes Selections From "Jesus Christ Superstar." more
Swing Low, Sweet Clarinet
New - LP - CRL 757394
Sealed Stereo Original. more

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