O'Keefe, Danny

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

American Roulette
Used - LP - BS 3050
1977 Burbank Street Scene Label Original. Features David Lindley, Tom Scott And King Errisson. more
American Roulette
New - LP - BS 3050
Sealed 1977 Burbank Street Scene Label Original. Features David Lindley, Tom Scott And King Errisson. more
American Roulette
New - LP - BS 3050
Sealed 1977 Burbank Street Scene Label Original. COH. Features David Lindley, Tom Scott And King Errisson. more
Breezy Stories
New - LP - SD 7264
Sealed 1973 Original. Top Recommendation. more
Danny O'Keefe
Used - LP - SD 9036
1970 Gatefold Original, Saw Cut. Features "Good Time Charlie's Got The Blues." more
Danny O'Keefe
New - LP - SD 9036
Sealed 1970 Gatefold Original. Features "Good Time Charlie's Got The Blues." more
Global Blues
New - LP - BSK 3314
Sealed 1979 Original. “Danny O'Keefe Sure Picked An Appropriate Title For His 1979 Release, With Many Of His Songs Depicting Not Only The Current State Of The World As In "Save The Whales" And "Atlas," But Also Life In General And Human Relationships. His Lyrical Wit Is Just As Amazing As It Has Always Been, But The Real Surprise Is To Be Found In The Arrangements Of The Individual Songs. "Livin' In The Modern Age" & "The Jimmy Hoffa Mem. Bldg. Blues" Dates Back To The Pre-Rock Era, With Jazz Leanings Making It Sound Like Something Coming Out Of Crescent City. The Title Track Combines Blues, Rock And Jazz In A Highly Original Way And On "The Street" O'Keefe Uses A Caribbean Rhythm Track As Well As Synthesizers And Howling Guitars. The Result Is Fabulous And The Lyrics About Streetlife Turns This Song Into A Personal Highlight. The Rest Of The Song Selections Have The Same High Quality, Both In Terms Of Lyrics And Music. Cuts Like "(Keep Your) Back To The Wall," Square Sun" And "Save The Whales" Show How Well Danny O'Keefe Masters Different Styles. The Album's Final Song "Atlas" Is A Fitting End To This Song Cycle - And The Decade.” Søren Matzen Andersen. more
O'Keefe
Used - LP - SP 8404
1972 US Original, Monarch Pressing With Original Printed Atlantic Company Inner, Who Distributed For The Newly Founded Signpost Label In '72 By Artie Mogull. Solid VG+ Copy. "While 1972's O'Keefe Scored Singer/Songwriter Danny O'Keefe His Biggest Hit Ever With "Good Time Charlie's Got The Blues," -- And Continues To Garner Him Royalty Checks Because Of All The People Who Covered It (Elvis Among Them), The Album Is A Classic In Its Own Right. The Single Is The Opening Track, And It Remains One Of The Greatest Songs About Desolation Ever Written. Produced By Arif Mardin In Memphis, It Features Sidemen Like Buddy Emmons And Reggie Young, And Also Eddie And David Brigati! Also Here Is "The Road," A Track Made Infamous By Jackson Browne On Running On Empty. O'Keefe's Version Is A Bit Faster, But More Subdued. It's All In His Voice, Not In The Instrumentation, Except For An Acoustic Guitar That Plays Mantra-like Behind Him In The Longish Intro; Sounding Like A Melancholy Pastoral Is A Bit Snappy And Never Prepares The Listener For The Words. Like The Sound Of Motion Itself -- With Telephone Poles, The Songs, The Shows, And Road Signs Slipping Past Into Memory -- This Original Version Is Far Spookier; It's Every Bit As Dark As "Good Time Charlie's Got The Blues." This Is The Sound Of Dislocation Itself. The Laughter And Small Conversations, The Sights And Sounds And Smells, And When O'Keefe Sings Of "Coffee In The Mornings, Cocaine Afternoons," He Sings As If It's All Part Of One Long Movie. He Means It, There Is No Boasting In His Delivery -- Unlike Browne's Version. O'Keefe's In It, It's All Happening To Him And He Participates. But He's Not Even There. It's All Moving By, Going Behind The Singer In An Expressionistic Blur. Whatever He's Running From Is On His Tail, But As Long As He's Incognito And Remains Detached, It Will Never Catch Him -- But He Knows He's Lying In The Choruses. When Leo Leblanc's Pedal Steel Enters, Especially In Those Steps In The Refrain, It's The Sound Of The Road Itself. It Bears Secrets But Doesn't Tell Them. The Rest Of The Album Feels Like Some Elegant Rogue Dealt Himself In At The American Music Poker Table. There The Roots Stuff, A Solid Cover Of Hank Williams' "Honky Tonkin'," His Own Bluesy "Grease It," And "Louie The Hook Vs. The Preacher," But There Are More Sophisticated Tunes Here As Well, The Most Beautiful Among Them The Haunting "Valentine Pieces." O'Keefe Is Utterly Solid, So Completely Diverse And Tight; It's A Forgotten Masterpiece." AMG Review By Thom Jurek. more
O'Keefe
New - LP - SP 8404
Sealed 1972 Original With Custom "Good Time Charlie's Got The Blues" Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Pristine Copy. more
O'Keefe
Used - LP - SP 8404
Crisp 1972 US Black & Yellow Label Original Richmond Pressing With Pristine Original Company Inner. Tiny Saw Notch. Includes His Biggest Hit: "Good Time Charlie's Got The Blues." more
Redux
New - LP - D1 74814
Sealed 1989 Original Recorded At Warner Brothers Amigo Studios, Hitsville Studios And Triad Studios. more
Seattle Tapes
New - LP - 7700
Sealed, Hard To Find 1977 Original. Saw Cut. more
So Long Harry Truman
Used - LP - SD 18125
1975 Original In Shrink Wrap. Featuring Linda Ronstadt, David Grisman, Tom Scott, Roger Kellaway And Others. more
So Long Harry Truman
New - LP - SD 18125
Sealed 1975 Original Featuring Linda Ronstadt, David Grisman, Tom Scott, Roger Kellaway And Others. Saw Cut. more

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