Holy Modal Rounders

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Alleged In Their Own Time
Used - LP - 3004
1975 Original With Booklet. more
Alleged In Their Own Time
New - LP - 3004
Sealed 1975 Original With Booklet. CC. more
Alleged In Their Own Time
Used - LP - 3004
1975 Textured Cover Original With Booklet. Cover Is VG++. more
Good Taste Is Timeless
Used - LP - MD 1039
1971 Gatefold Original. Includes Their Biggest Hit: "Boob A Lot." more
Good Taste Is Timeless
Used - LP - MD 1039
1971 US Original, Housed In A Uni-Pak Style Gatefold Jacket. Includes Their Biggest Hit: "Boob A Lot." Gentle Cover Wear. more
Indian War Whoop
Used Import - 1068
1967 Italian Stereo Reissue, On Base Records. Exact Year Unknown. White Label With S.I.A.E. Stamp On Label. Housed In Thin European Jacket. Slight Cover Wear, With Corner Rubs And Crease Marks Along Spine Side Of Cover. Peter Stampfel And Steve Weber Obviously Loved American Folk Music As Much As Any Of The Kids Who Had Their Head Turned Around By Harry Smith's Anthology Of American Folk Music In The 1950s, But Unlike The Many Musicians Who Paid Tribute To America's Musical Past By Trying To Re-Create It As Closely As Possible, As The Holy Modal Rounders Stampfel And Weber Opted To Drag The Music Into The Present, Shrieking And Giggling All The Way. Even By The Standards Of The Holy Modal Rounders' First Two Albums, 1967's Indian War Whoop Is A Thoroughly Bizarre Listening Experience; Loosely Structured Around The Between-Song Adventures Of Two Seedy Vagabonds Named Jimmy And Crash, Side One Veers Back And Forth Between Neo-Psychedelic Fiddle-And-Guitar Freakouts And Free-Form (And Often Radically Altered) Interpretations Of Traditional Folk Tunes Such As "Soldier's Joy" And "Sweet Apple Cider," While Side Two Is Devoted To Like Minded Originals (Including A Couple Songs From Their Friend Michael Hurley, Who Would Later Join The Group). more
Indian War Whoop
Used - LP - 1068
1967 US Stereo Original. Slight Cover Wear. Peter Stampfel And Steve Weber Obviously Loved American Folk Music As Much As Any Of The Kids Who Had Their Head Turned Around By Harry Smith's Anthology Of American Folk Music In The 1950s, But Unlike The Many Musicians Who Paid Tribute To America's Musical Past By Trying To Re-Create It As Closely As Possible, As The Holy Modal Rounders Stampfel And Weber Opted To Drag The Music Into The Present, Shrieking And Giggling All The Way. Even By The Standards Of The Holy Modal Rounders' First Two Albums, 1967's Indian War Whoop Is A Thoroughly Bizarre Listening Experience; Loosely Structured Around The Between-Song Adventures Of Two Seedy Vagabonds Named Jimmy And Crash, Side One Veers Back And Forth Between Neo-Psychedelic Fiddle-And-Guitar Freakouts And Free-Form (And Often Radically Altered) Interpretations Of Traditional Folk Tunes Such As "Soldier's Joy" And "Sweet Apple Cider," While Side Two Is Devoted To Like Minded Originals (Including A Couple Songs From Their Friend Michael Hurley, Who Would Later Join The Group). more
Indian War Whoop
New - LP - 1068
Sealed 1967 Stereo Original, COH. Peter Stampfel And Steve Weber Obviously Loved American Folk Music As Much As Any Of The Kids Who Had Their Head Turned Around By Harry Smith's Anthology Of American Folk Music In The 1950s, But Unlike The Many Musicians Who Paid Tribute To America's Musical Past By Trying To Re-Create It As Closely As Possible, As The Holy Modal Rounders Stampfel And Weber Opted To Drag The Music Into The Present, Shrieking And Giggling All The Way. Even By The Standards Of The Holy Modal Rounders' First Two Albums, 1967's Indian War Whoop Is A Thoroughly Bizarre Listening Experience; Loosely Structured Around The Between-Song Adventures Of Two Seedy Vagabonds Named Jimmy And Crash, Side One Veers Back And Forth Between Neo-Psychedelic Fiddle-And-Guitar Freakouts And Free-Form (And Often Radically Altered) Interpretations Of Traditional Folk Tunes Such As "Soldier's Joy" And "Sweet Apple Cider," While Side Two Is Devoted To Like Minded Originals (Including A Couple Songs From Their Friend Michael Hurley, Who Would Later Join The Group). more
Indian War Whoop
Used - LP - 1068
1967 Stereo Original. Small Printing Error On Front Cover. Peter Stampfel And Steve Weber Obviously Loved American Folk Music As Much As Any Of The Kids Who Had Their Head Turned Around By Harry Smith's Anthology Of American Folk Music In The 1950s, But Unlike The Many Musicians Who Paid Tribute To America's Musical Past By Trying To Re-Create It As Closely As Possible, As The Holy Modal Rounders Stampfel And Weber Opted To Drag The Music Into The Present, Shrieking And Giggling All The Way. Even By The Standards Of The Holy Modal Rounders' First Two Albums, 1967's Indian War Whoop Is A Thoroughly Bizarre Listening Experience; Loosely Structured Around The Between-Song Adventures Of Two Seedy Vagabonds Named Jimmy And Crash, Side One Veers Back And Forth Between Neo-Psychedelic Fiddle-And-Guitar Freakouts And Free-Form (And Often Radically Altered) Interpretations Of Traditional Folk Tunes Such As "Soldier's Joy" And "Sweet Apple Cider," While Side Two Is Devoted To Like Minded Originals (Including A Couple Songs From Their Friend Michael Hurley, Who Would Later Join The Group). more
Last Round
New - LP - AD 1030
Sealed 1978 Rarity. more
Last Round
Used - LP - AD 1030
Very Hard To Find 1978 Original With 8 Page Fold Out Lyrics And Interview Insert. “Unless, Like The Holy Modal Rounders, You've Spent A Lot Of Time Listening To Harry Smith's Anthology Of American Folk Music While Ingesting Recreational Drugs, Their Music Might Sound A Bit Odd To You. Actually, Given The Ramshackle Performances, It Sounds A Bit Odd In Any Case, But As With Any Humorously Intended Work, Appreciation Of It Depends On One's Sympathy With The Artists. For Initiates, This Seventh (And, So It Seemed At The Time Of Its Release, Final) Album Was One Of The Rounders' Better Ones, With Peter Stampfel, Chris Weber, And Especially Robin Remaily Turning Out Characteristic New Work And Covers Of Old Songs Like "Euphoria" And "If You Want To Be A Bird" Backed By A Rhythm Section. "August, 1967 (Hippies Call It STP)," Borrows Its Tune From "Fishin' Blues," While Head Rounders Peter Stampfel And Steve Weber Sing A Paean To Psychedelic Drug Use That Breaks Down Into Odd References Such As This Allusion To Amos & Andy: "'Splain Dat To Me, Kingfish, It Ain't Too Clear/King It To Me, 'Splainfsh, Said The Engineer."” – William Ruhlman, AMG more
Moray Eels Eat The Holy Modal Rounders
Used - LP - EKS 74206
1968 Gold Label Stereo Original, COH. Very Slight Ring Wear At Top Of Jacket. more
Moray Eels Eat The Holy Modal Rounders
New - LP - LP 5126
Sealed, Out Of Print, 2002 180gm Reissue From The Original First Generation Master Tapes. “In The Mid- To Late '60s You Couldn't Get Much Further Underground In The Ever-Expanding World Of Rock Music Than The Fugs -- Unless Of Course You Were One Of The Holy Modal Rounders, I.E. Folk Musicians Peter Stampfel And Steve Weber. The Rounders Started Out In The Same Early-'60s New York Folk And Jug Scene As Ed Sanders And Tuli Kupferberg, And Had Crossed Paths Numerous Times. Stampfel And Weber Will Be Eternally Remembered For "Bird Song," Which Was Prominently Featured In Both The Movie Easy Rider And Its Soundtrack. It's Also The Opening Cut On The Moray Eels Eat The Holy Modal Rounders, An Album Way Beyond Anything Else Considered To Be "Far Out" At The Time. Released In 1968 On Elektra, The 13 Tracks Are Highlighted By Such Otherworldly Compositions As "Werewolf," "My Mind Capsized," "The STP Song," And "Half A Mind." Unabashed In Its Own Eccentricity, This Set Is Similar To Their 1967 ESP Release Indian War Whoop In That It Combines Acoustic Traditional American Folk, Blues, And Hillbilly Music Regurgitated By Crazed Folkie Acidheads Experimenting With Electric Instruments. Following The Disc's Release, Stampfel Said This Album Reflected Producer Frazier Mohawk's Musical Taste More So Than The Band's. The Modal Duo Are Assisted, In This Case, By Playwright Sam Shepard On Tambourine, Richard Tyler On Piano, And John Wesley Annis On Bass And Drums.” – Al Campbell, AMG more
Moray Eels Eat The Holy Modal Rounders
Used - LP - EKS 74026
Stunning 1968 Gold And White Label Stereo Original With Shrink Wrap Intact. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. Tiny Brass River In Jacket Denotes This Is A Promo Copy. more
Stampfel & Weber
New - LP - 24711
Sealed 2LP Gatefold. Unable To Confirm Exact Pressing, First Released In 1972. This Comp Reissues Their 1963 And 1964 Prestige Albums 7410 & 14031 "Holy Modal Rounders" And "Holy Modal Rounders Two." Tiny Corner Dings. more
The Holy Modal Rounders
Used - LP - PR 7720
1970's Reissue On Green Prestige Label With Blue Logo. Electronically Remastered For Stereo. Mastered By Rudy Van Gelder. VG/VG+ Cover With Moderate Ring Wear And Scuffing Front And Back. more
The Holy Modal Rounders 2
Used - LP - PR 7410
Rare 1965 Dark Blue Label, Mono 1st Pressing In A Clean laminated Cover. The Rounders Were An Unheralded Part Of Folk History. Their Unique Blend Of Folk Music Revival And Psychedelia Gave Them A Cult-like Following From The Late 1960s Into The 1970s. For A Time The Group Also Included The Playwright And Actor Sam Shepard. more

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