Tucker, Tanya

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Changes
New - LP - AL 9596
Sealed 1982 Original. Custom Hype Sticker on Front. more
Changes
New - LP - AL 9596
Sealed 1982 Original With Custom Song Hype Sticker. more
Delta Dawn
New - LP - KC 31742
Sealed 1972 Original. “This Is The Album That Started It All. Tanya Tucker Was 13 When She Struck Pay Dirt With Her Debut Single, "Delta Dawn" By Larry Collins. To Say That In The 21st Century Tucker Would Still Be Considered A Major Force In Country Music Over 30 Years Later Would Have Been Considered Laughable At The Time. But Nonetheless, Tucker Has Joined Loretta Lynn, Tammy Wynette, And Dolly Parton As One Of Country Music's True Divas And Has Had A Longer-Lasting Time In The Spotlight Than Any Of Them. "Delta Dawn" Is One Of The Greatest Songs In Country's Canon, Both In Terms Of Tucker's Performance And Larry Collins' Songwriting. But There Is More To This Debut Album Than That Track. "New York City Song" By Larry Hargrove Feels Like Harry Nilsson Wrote It. The Cover Of Hank Williams' "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry" Is Not Only Credible, It's Deeply Moving. Tucker's Second Single Is Here Too, "The Jamestown Ferry," And The Jerry Reed Classic "Smell The Flowers." Rounding Out The Collection -- In An Era Where, With The Exception Of Merle Haggard's Records, Country Albums Were Singles With Lots Of Filler -- Are George Richey's Fine "Soul Song" And "He's All I Got." Tucker At 13 Was In Full Possession Of Her Throaty Voice, Though Producers Hadn't Yet Learned How To Make It Work To Its Fullest Capacity. Nonetheless, This Is One Of The Most Auspicious Debuts In Popular Music History” – Thom Jurek, AMG more
Delta Dawn
New - LP - KC 31742
Sealed 1972 Original With Custom Song Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Pristine Copy. “This Is The Album That Started It All. Tanya Tucker Was 13 When She Struck Pay Dirt With Her Debut Single, "Delta Dawn" By Larry Collins. To Say That In The 21st Century Tucker Would Still Be Considered A Major Force In Country Music Over 30 Years Later Would Have Been Considered Laughable At The Time. But Nonetheless, Tucker Has Joined Loretta Lynn, Tammy Wynette, And Dolly Parton As One Of Country Music's True Divas And Has Had A Longer-Lasting Time In The Spotlight Than Any Of Them. "Delta Dawn" Is One Of The Greatest Songs In Country's Canon, Both In Terms Of Tucker's Performance And Larry Collins' Songwriting. But There Is More To This Debut Album Than That Track. "New York City Song" By Larry Hargrove Feels Like Harry Nilsson Wrote It. The Cover Of Hank Williams' "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry" Is Not Only Credible, It's Deeply Moving. Tucker's Second Single Is Here Too, "The Jamestown Ferry," And The Jerry Reed Classic "Smell The Flowers." Rounding Out The Collection -- In An Era Where, With The Exception Of Merle Haggard's Records, Country Albums Were Singles With Lots Of Filler -- Are George Richey's Fine "Soul Song" And "He's All I Got." Tucker At 13 Was In Full Possession Of Her Throaty Voice, Though Producers Hadn't Yet Learned How To Make It Work To Its Fullest Capacity. Nonetheless, This Is One Of The Most Auspicious Debuts In Popular Music History” – Thom Jurek, AMG more
Dreamlovers
New - LP - 5140
Sealed 1980 Original With Past Performance Gold Stamp on Front Jacket. Note Tucker's Rhinestone Cowboy T, As She And Glen Were A Hot Item At The Time. more
Girls Like Me
New - LP - ST 12474
Sealed, Hard To Find 1986 Original. more
Greatest Hits
New - LP - PC 33355
Sealed 1980 Issue With The People's Choice Sticker On Shrink. Features 10 Tracks Released 1972-1975. more
Here's Some Love
New - LP - 2213
Sealed 1976 Original. more
Love Me Like You Used To
New - LP - 46870
Sealed 1987 Original. Slight Corner Rubbing. more
Ridin' Rainbows
New - LP - 657
Sealed Second Issue (MCA-657 Stamped On Cover, MCA-2253 Printed On Cover). Tiny Saw Cut. more
Ridin' Rainbows
Used - LP - VIM 6124
1977 Japanese Pressing With Obi. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Strong Enough To Bend
New - LP - 548865
Sealed 1988 Record Club Pressing. more
Tanya Tucker
New - LP - 2141
Sealed 1975 Original. more
Tanya Tucker
Used - LP - 2141
Beautiful 1975 Original With Cut Corner. more
Tanya Tucker Live
New - LP - 1482
Sealed 1982 Original. Saw Cut. more
Tear Me Apart
New - LP - 5106
Sealed 1979 Original. more
TNT
New - LP - 3066
Sealed 1978 Gatefold Original. COH. more
TNT
New - LP - 3066
Sealed 1978 Gatefold Original. Cut Corner. more
TNT
New - LP - MCA-3066
Sealed 1978 Gatefold Original. Cut Corner. more
What Do I Do With Me
Used - LP - 1P 8140
Very Hard To Find 1991 Original Only Released On Vinyl Through Columbia House. Pressed On Pure Virgin Vinyl. more
What's Your Mama's Name
New - LP - KC 32272
Sealed, Rare 1973 Original. Pristine Copy. “In 1973, Columbia Records Wisely Turned The Production Of Tanya Tucker's Sophomore Effort Over To Senior Producer Billy Sherrill. There Was A Lot At Stake Considering The Kind Of Backlash Country Critics Were Infamous For. Tucker And Sherrill Proved She Was No Fly-By-Night Child Star With What's Your Mama's Name. They Put The Songwriting Team Of Earl Montgomery And Dallas Frazier On The Map With The Title Track, Which Was Almost As Catchy And Certainly As Lyrically Deep As "Delta Dawn." When Tucker Sang "Horeshoe Bend," About A Young Woman Losing Her Virginity To A Rounder, People Were Captivate. In Other Words, The Prurient Interests Of The Country Music Public Were Piqued, But It Didn't Matter Because Tucker's Voice Kicked Ass And The Material Was Top-Notch. Sherrill's Experimenting In The Studio Certainly Paid Off: Even Songs Like "California Cotton Fields" And "Teddy Bear Song" Balanced Out The Risqué Tunes. It Also Didn't Hurt That Tucker Is Pictured On The Back Cover Sitting On A Porch Swing In A Coat Holding A Puppy. The Mixture Of A Young Woman's Budding Yet Brazen Sexuality And Innocence Combined With The Voice Of A Fully Developed Artist Were Too Much To Resist, Even For Cynics. While The Second Side Is As Strong As The First, It Is Marked By The Genius Read Of Curly Putman's "Blood Red And Goin' Down," A Tragic Story Of A Father Relating The Story Of His Unfaithful Wife To His Daughter Before Taking Homicidal Action On The Illicit Lovers.” Thom Jurek, AMG. more
What's Your Mama's Name
Used - LP - KC 32272
1973 Original With Promo Insert. Appears Unplayed. “In 1973, Columbia Records Wisely Turned The Production Of Tanya Tucker's Sophomore Effort Over To Senior Producer Billy Sherrill. There Was A Lot At Stake Considering The Kind Of Backlash Country Critics Were Infamous For. Tucker And Sherrill Proved She Was No Fly-By-Night Child Star With What's Your Mama's Name. They Put The Songwriting Team Of Earl Montgomery And Dallas Frazier On The Map With The Title Track, Which Was Almost As Catchy And Certainly As Lyrically Deep As "Delta Dawn." When Tucker Sang "Horeshoe Bend," About A Young Woman Losing Her Virginity To A Rounder, People Were Captivate. In Other Words, The Prurient Interests Of The Country Music Public Were Piqued, But It Didn't Matter Because Tucker's Voice Kicked Ass And The Material Was Top-Notch. Sherrill's Experimenting In The Studio Certainly Paid Off: Even Songs Like "California Cotton Fields" And "Teddy Bear Song" Balanced Out The Risqué Tunes. It Also Didn't Hurt That Tucker Is Pictured On The Back Cover Sitting On A Porch Swing In A Coat Holding A Puppy. The Mixture Of A Young Woman's Budding Yet Brazen Sexuality And Innocence Combined With The Voice Of A Fully Developed Artist Were Too Much To Resist, Even For Cynics. While The Second Side Is As Strong As The First, It Is Marked By The Genius Read Of Curly Putman's "Blood Red And Goin' Down," A Tragic Story Of A Father Relating The Story Of His Unfaithful Wife To His Daughter Before Taking Homicidal Action On The Illicit Lovers.” Thom Jurek, AMG. more
What's Your Mama's Name
New - LP - KC 32272
Sealed, Rare 1973 Original. Corner Cut. "What's Your Mama's Name" is the debut studio album by American country music artist Tanya Tucker, released on May 8, 1973, when Tucker was just 14 years old. The album was produced by Billy Sherrill and released on Columbia Records. The album contained two hit singles, the title track "What's Your Mama's Name" and "Blood Red and Goin' Down," both of which reached number two on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart. The album also includes covers of classic country songs such as "Delta Dawn" and "The Jamestown Ferry." "What's Your Mama's Name" was a critical and commercial success, establishing Tucker as a rising star in country music. The album reached number four on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart and was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America. more
Would You Lay With Me (In A Field Of Stone)
New - LP - KC 32744
Sealed, Rare 1974 Original. “Tanya Tucker's Third Album Accomplished Two Things. First, It Cemented Her Position In Country Music As A Young Singer Of Power, Taste, And Artistic Excellence. Secondly, Thanks To The Title Cut, She Brought David Allan Coe Out Of Obscurity And Into The Country Mainstream -- At Least As Far As He Would Ever Come Into It. "Would You Lay With Me (In A Field Of Stone)" Was A Bit Beyond Tucker's Years In Terms Of Subject Matter. She Was Just 15 When She Cut It, And In The Grain Of Her Voice Listeners Hear An Erotic Yearning That Goes Far Beyond The Dictates Of An Innocent Love Song. Billy Sherrill, Who Produced The Single And The Album, Understood This Implicitly, And His Crossover Production Drew People In By Appealing To The Image Of The Young Singer Versus The Maturity Of The Song; Hence, The Prurient Interests Of The Country And Pop-Buying Public Insured The Single A Number One Position On The Billboard Charts. The Challenge Was To Come Up With An Album That Could Support Its Opening Track. And Sherrill Did It. From Harold Reid's Awesome "Bed Of Roses" To Ed Bruce's "The Man That Turned My Mama On" To Lobo's Paean To Infidelity, "How Can I Tell Him," To Kris Kristofferson's "Why Me Lord," Sherrill And Tucker Constructed An Album Of Smoldering Sensuality And Gloriously Wrought Performances. “ AMG - Thom Jurek more
You Are So Beautiful
New - LP - PC 34733
Sealed 1977 Promo Copy With Gold Promo Stamp On Rear Cover. Produced By Billy Sherrill. more

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