Raspberries

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Raspberries - Side 3 Side 3
Pop New - LP SMAS 11220 Capitol
Sealed, Rare And Pristine 1973 Die-Cut Jacket Original With Custom "Tonight" Hype Sticker On Shrink Wrap."While On Their First Two Albums The Raspberries Sounded Like A Great Pop Band That Wasn't Afraid To Rock Out, With 1973's Side 3 They Began To Flip The Script And Came On Like A Powerhouse Rock Band That Also Had A Way With A Hooky Melody, And The Group Had The Talent And Confidence To Play It Both Ways. The King-Sized Guitar Figure Wally Bryson Uses To Launch The First Tune, "Tonight," Has A Bark Worthy Of Jimmy Page, While Drummer Jim Bonfanti Lets Loose With Lots Of Manic Drum Fills Worthy Of His Obvious Role Model, Keith Moon (And On "Ecstasy," The Whole Band Delivers A Loving Mash Note To The Who). While The Country-Tinged "Should I Wait" And "Last Dance" Made It Clear The Raspberries Hadn't Lost Their Light Touch, Most Of Side 3 Finds The Band Strutting Their Rock & Roll Stuff And Sounding Pretty Impressive Doing It; The Cheeky Swagger Of "Money Down," The Fade-Out Guitar Frenzy Of "Hard To Get Over A Heartbreak" And The Self-Explanatory Strut Of "I'm A Rocker" Are The Work Of A Band Who Could Hit Harder And Heavier Than Anyone Reckoned At The Time, And Eric Carmen Rose To New Heights As A Rock Belter On These Sessions. And While "On The Beach" Wasn't As Tough On The Surface As Some Of The Other Tracks, The Evolution From The Teenage Backseat Action Of "Go All The Way" To This Tale Of A Self-Assured Pick-Up Artist Showed How Much Smarts And Wit The Band Had Gained In 18 Months." Mark Deming, AMG.... more details
 
Raspberries - Raspberries Raspberries
Pop New - LP SK 11036 Capitol
Sealed 1972 Original With Custom Song Hype Sticker Over Shrink. Clean COH.... more details
 
Raspberries - Starting Over Starting Over
Pop Used - LP ST 11329 Capitol
Beautiful 1974 Original Still In Shrink. Includes Dreamy Band Poster. Upper Right Corner Crease/Dent.... more details
 
Raspberries - Side 3 Side 3
Pop Used - LP SMAS 11220 Capitol
Beautiful 1973 Die-Cut Jacket Original. ."While On Their First Two Albums The Raspberries Sounded Like A Great Pop Band That Wasn't Afraid To Rock Out, With 1973's Side 3 They Began To Flip The Script And Came On Like A Powerhouse Rock Band That Also Had A Way With A Hooky Melody, And The Group Had The Talent And Confidence To Play It Both Ways. The King-Sized Guitar Figure Wally Bryson Uses To Launch The First Tune, "Tonight," Has A Bark Worthy Of Jimmy Page, While Drummer Jim Bonfanti Lets Loose With Lots Of Manic Drum Fills Worthy Of His Obvious Role Model, Keith Moon (And On "Ecstasy," The Whole Band Delivers A Loving Mash Note To The Who). While The Country-Tinged "Should I Wait" And "Last Dance" Made It Clear The Raspberries Hadn't Lost Their Light Touch, Most Of Side 3 Finds The Band Strutting Their Rock & Roll Stuff And Sounding Pretty Impressive Doing It; The Cheeky Swagger Of "Money Down," The Fade-Out Guitar Frenzy Of "Hard To Get Over A Heartbreak" And The Self-Explanatory Strut Of "I'm A Rocker" Are The Work Of A Band Who Could Hit Harder And Heavier Than Anyone Reckoned At The Time, And Eric Carmen Rose To New Heights As A Rock Belter On These Sessions. And While "On The Beach" Wasn't As Tough On The Surface As Some Of The Other Tracks, The Evolution From The Teenage Backseat Action Of "Go All The Way" To This Tale Of A Self-Assured Pick-Up Artist Showed How Much Smarts And Wit The Band Had Gained In 18 Months." Mark Deming, AMG.... more details
 
Raspberries - Raspberries Raspberries
Pop New - LP SK 11036 Capitol
Sealed 1972 Original. A Power Pop Classic.... more details
 
Raspberries - Fresh Fresh
Pop New - LP ST 11123 Capitol
Sealed 1972 Original. Bottom Right Corner Rubbing. “Fresh, The Second Album From Ohio Power Pop Wunderkinds The Raspberries, Managed The Rather Remarkable Accomplishment Of Improving On Their Rock-Solid Debut. Like Raspberries, Fresh Opens With A Work-Of-Genius Pop Single, "I Wanna Be With You," But The Remainder Of The Album Is Made Of Stronger Stuff Than The Debut; While Eric Carmen Was Always The Group's Sentimentalist, "Let's Pretend" Is Gush That's Seasoned With A Solid Undertow Of Lust, And "If You Change Your Mind" Represents Heartache At Its Best. And While Carmen's Partners Didn't Get As Many Songwriting Credits On This Second Album, The Beatlesque Shuffle Of "Goin' Nowhere Tonight" And The Swaggering Rock Of "Every Way I Can" Allowed Dave Smalley To Show He Also Had The Goods As A Tunesmith. The Band Is In Even More Solid Form Here Than On Its First Set, With Gorgeous Harmonies And Air-Tight Arrangements, And There's A Potent Rock & Roll Undertow In The Performances That Gives This Collection A Very Solid Backbone. Pre-New Wave 1970s Pop Doesn't Get A Whole Lot Better Than This, And This Just Edges Out The Debut As The Best Of The Four Albums The Raspberries Made In Their Lifetime.” – Mark Deming, All Music Guide... more details
 
Raspberries - Raspberries Best Featuring Eric Carmen Raspberries Best Featuring Eric Carmen
Pop New - LP ST 11524 Capitol
Sealed 1976 First Pressing Of This Compilation. Clean Cut Out Hole.... more details
 
Raspberries - Starting Over Starting Over
Pop Used - LP ST 11329 Capitol
Beautiful 1974 Orange Label Original With The Dreamy Band Poster.... more details
 
Raspberries - Starting Over Starting Over
Pop New - LP ST 11329 Capitol
Sealed 1974 Orange Label Original With The Dreamy Band Poster. Clean Cut Out Hole.... more details
 
Raspberries - Fresh Fresh
Pop Used - LP ST 11123 Capitol
1972 Original With Crisp Corners. “Fresh, The Second Album From Ohio Power Pop Wunderkinds The Raspberries, Managed The Rather Remarkable Accomplishment Of Improving On Their Rock-Solid Debut. Like Raspberries, Fresh Opens With A Work-Of-Genius Pop Single, "I Wanna Be With You," But The Remainder Of The Album Is Made Of Stronger Stuff Than The Debut; While Eric Carmen Was Always The Group's Sentimentalist, "Let's Pretend" Is Gush That's Seasoned With A Solid Undertow Of Lust, And "If You Change Your Mind" Represents Heartache At Its Best. And While Carmen's Partners Didn't Get As Many Songwriting Credits On This Second Album, The Beatlesque Shuffle Of "Goin' Nowhere Tonight" And The Swaggering Rock Of "Every Way I Can" Allowed Dave Smalley To Show He Also Had The Goods As A Tunesmith. The Band Is In Even More Solid Form Here Than On Its First Set, With Gorgeous Harmonies And Air-Tight Arrangements, And There's A Potent Rock & Roll Undertow In The Performances That Gives This Collection A Very Solid Backbone. Pre-New Wave 1970s Pop Doesn't Get A Whole Lot Better Than This, And This Just Edges Out The Debut As The Best Of The Four Albums The Raspberries Made In Their Lifetime.” – Mark Deming, All Music Guide... more details
 
Raspberries - Pop Art Live Pop Art Live
Pop Colored Vinyl OVLP-229 Omnivore
Sealed 2017 Limited Edition, Record Store Day Exclusive 3LP Gatefold Original Pressed On Red, Yellow And Blue Vinyl. Recorded In November 2004 At House Of Blues, Cleveland, Ohio.... more details
 

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