Hester, Carolyn

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

At Town Hall One
Used - LP - DLP 25638
Beautiful 1965 Deep Groove Stereo Original. Hard To Find In This Condition. more
At Town Hall One
Used - LP - DLP 25638
Beautiful 1965 Deep Groove Stereo Original. Hard To Find In This Condition. more
At Town Hall Two
Used - LP - DLP 3649
1965 Deep Groove Mono Original. more
At Town Hall Two
New - LP - DLP 25649
Sealed 1965 Stereo Original. Top Of Price Sticker Is Actually Affixed To The Jacket At Shrink Tear, Hence Price. more
Carolyn Hester
Used - LP - TLP 1043
Mint 1961 Orange Label Mono Original In Shrink Wrap. more
Carolyn Hester
New - LP - TLPS 1043
Sealed 1961 Stereo Original. more
Carolyn Hester
Used - LP - APD1-0086
Beautiful 1973 Original Still In Shrink, Cut Corner. Quadradisc Version, With Indianapolis Stampers. more
Carolyn Hester
Used - LP - TLP 1043
1961 US Mono Original Oo Gold & White Tradition Label. Nice VG+/++ Copy! more
Scarlet Ribbons
Used - LP - CRL 57143
Beautiful Near Mint 1957 Deep Groove Mono Original. “Hester's Rare Late-'50s Debut Album Is A Sedate, If Quite Prettily Sung, Traditional Folk Record. Even More So Than Hester's Self-Titled Early-'60s Album For Tradition, This Has A Reverent Recital Quality In The John Jacob Niles .(Niles Is In Fact Credited With Three Of The Adaptations Here, Including The Famous "Black Is The Color Of My True Love's Hair.") Whether Or Not Joan Baez Was Influenced By This Specific Record, Hester's High Voice And Pristine Execution Certainly Foreshadow The Kind Of Recordings Made By Several High-Voiced Woman Folksingers (Baez, Judy Collins, And Others) In The Early-'60s Folk Revival. There's Also A Much Fainter Foreshadowing Of Folk-Rock In The Presence Of Jerry Allison, Drummer For Buddy Holly & The Crickets, Who Plays Brushes On A Cardboard Box On "The Wreck Of The Old Ninety-Seven." Too, Holly Producer Norman Petty Nabs The Co-Credit For The Adaptation Of "Hush-A-Bye." Jimmy James, All Music Guide. It Has Not Been Substantiated That Either Bob Dylan Or Buddy Holly Paly On This Record As The eBayers Would Have Us Believe. more
Simply Carolyn Hester
New - LP - 32 16 0264
Sealed 1968 Heavy Vinyl Stereo Reissue Of Her 1963 Album: "This Life I'm Living." “Hester's Second Columbia Album Was Similar To Her First, But Has Gotten Far Less Attention By Historians, Probably For The Unfair But Simple Reason That Bob Dylan Played On A Few Tracks On The First Columbia LP, But Is Not On The Second. Again She Played An Assortment Of Traditional Folk Numbers, Her Vocals And Guitar Backed By Light Accompaniment From Bass, Another Guitarist (Bruce Langhorne, Famous For His Work On Early Dylan Electric Folk-Rock Sessions), And Even An Itsy Bitsy Bit Of Percussion. Actually, It Has An Edge On The First Columbia Album Because Hester Favors Moodier Material That's Usually Heavy On The Minor Melodies. "East Virginia" (Which She Would Re-Record In The Late 1960s In A Folk-Rock-Psychedelic Arrangement With The Carolyn Hester Coalition) And "Coo-Coo" Are The Only Instantly Familiar Standards Here; She Also Gets Into Something Of A Latin/World Music Vein With "Pera Stous" And "Tumbando Cana." - more
That's My Song
New - LP - DLP 3604
Sealed 1964 Mono Original. Cover Is VG+. more
That's My Song
New - LP - DLP 3604
Sealed 1965 Mono Original. more
This Life I'm Living
Used - LP - CL 2032
Mint 1963 Mono Original, 1A/1A Matrixes, Demo Stickers On Label And back Jacket. more
Warriors Of The Rainbow
Used - LP - OR 050586
Mint 1986 Original With Insert. more

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