Wynette, Tammy

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Another Lonely Song
New - LP - KE 32745
Sealed 1974 Original. more
Bedtime Story
New - LP - KE 31285
Sealed 1972 Original. more
Biggest Hits
New - LP - 38312
Sealed 1982 Compilation With Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. more
D-I-V-O-R-C-E
New - LP - BN 26392
Sealed Stereo Original, CC. more
D-I-V-O-R-C-E
Used - LP - BN 26392
1968 Original. more
First Songs Of The First Lady
New - LP - KEG 30358
Sealed 2LP Gatefold Reissue Of "Your Good Girl's Gonna Go Bad" And "Take Me To Your World / I Don't Wanna Play House." more
Greatest Hits
New - LP - BN 26486
Sealed Stereo Original Hits Compilation. Includes Classics Such As "Stand By Your Man" And "D-I-V-O-R-C-E." more
Greatest Hits Volume Three
New - LP - KE 33396
Sealed, Hard To Find 1975 First Pressing Of This Third Volume. more
Greatest Hits, Volume 2
New - LP - E 30733
Sealed 1971 Original. more
Higher Ground
New - LP - FE 40832
Sealed, Hard To Find 1987 Original. Features Mark O'Connor, Jerry Douglas And Others. more
Higher Ground
Used - LP - FE 40832
Hard To Find 1987 Original. Features Mark O'Connor, Jerry Douglas And Others. Vinyl Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Inspiration
Used - LP - BN 26423
1969 Yellow Label Stereo Original. Record Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Next To You
Used - LP - FE 44498
1989 Vinyl Rarity. Appears Unplayed. more
One Of A Kind
New - LP - KE 35044
Sealed 1977 Original. more
Only Lonely Sometimes
Used - LP - JE 36485
Beautiful 1980 White Label Promo With Gold Promo Stamp On Back Cover. more
Soft Touch
New - LP - FE 37980
Sealed, Hard To Find 1982 Original. more
Sometimes When We Touch
New - LP - FE 39971
Sealed 1985 Original With Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. more
Stand By Your Man / Bedtime Story
New - LP - EG 33773
Sealed 2LP Gatefold Repackaging Of Two Of Wynette's Classic Albums. more
Take Me To Your World / I Don't Wanna Play House
Used - LP - BN 26353
Beautiful Stereo Original, Red Promo Stamp On Back Cover. more
Tammy's Touch
New - LP - BN 26549
Sealed 1970 Original. Seam Split, Hence Price. “If Tammy Wynette's 1969 Album The Ways To Love A Man Had The Hazy Gauze Mood Of Romance Hanging Over It, Its 1970 Successor Tammy's Touch Returned The First Lady Of Country To Tales Of Heartbreak, And With This Return To Tales Of Woe, Billy Sherrill Peppered His Production With More Prominent Steel Guitars, Cascading Pianos, And Crisp Acoustic Guitars. It Could Hardly Be Called Hard, Bare-Bones Country -- Billy Sherrill Always Favored The Operatic In His Arrangements -- But Compared To The Enveloping Softness Of The Ways To Love A Man, Tammy's Touch Felt A Bit Harder And Firmer (Ironically So, Given The Title), More Like Stand By Your Man And D-I-V-O-R-C-E In Its Sound And Attitude. Like Those Albums, Tammy's Touch Also Had A Pair Of Major Hits -- "He Loves Me All The Way" Went To Number One, While The Opening "I'll See Him Through" Went To Two -- But The Bench On This Album Ran Pretty Deep, Thanks To Sherrill's Solicitation Of Songs Written Especially For Tammy. He Wound Up With Songs That Played On Previous Hits ("The Divorce Sale") Or Country Classics ("He Thinks I Love Him" Echoes The Title Of George Jones' Immortal "She Thinks I Still Care"), Songs That Fit Into A Nicely Balanced Blend Of Brokenhearted Weepers And Bubbly Pop, Best Typified By That Hit "He Loves Me All The Way." That Expert Blend Helps Make Tammy's Touch One Of Her Most Satisfying Albums Of The '70s.” - Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AMG more
Tammy's Touch
New - LP - BN 26549
Sealed 1970 Original With Custom Song Hype Sticker On Shrink. “If Tammy Wynette's 1969 Album The Ways To Love A Man Had The Hazy Gauze Mood Of Romance Hanging Over It, Its 1970 Successor Tammy's Touch Returned The First Lady Of Country To Tales Of Heartbreak, And With This Return To Tales Of Woe, Billy Sherrill Peppered His Production With More Prominent Steel Guitars, Cascading Pianos, And Crisp Acoustic Guitars. It Could Hardly Be Called Hard, Bare-Bones Country -- Billy Sherrill Always Favored The Operatic In His Arrangements -- But Compared To The Enveloping Softness Of The Ways To Love A Man, Tammy's Touch Felt A Bit Harder And Firmer (Ironically So, Given The Title), More Like Stand By Your Man And D-I-V-O-R-C-E In Its Sound And Attitude. Like Those Albums, Tammy's Touch Also Had A Pair Of Major Hits -- "He Loves Me All The Way" Went To Number One, While The Opening "I'll See Him Through" Went To Two -- But The Bench On This Album Ran Pretty Deep, Thanks To Sherrill's Solicitation Of Songs Written Especially For Tammy. He Wound Up With Songs That Played On Previous Hits ("The Divorce Sale") Or Country Classics ("He Thinks I Love Him" Echoes The Title Of George Jones' Immortal "She Thinks I Still Care"), Songs That Fit Into A Nicely Balanced Blend Of Brokenhearted Weepers And Bubbly Pop, Best Typified By That Hit "He Loves Me All The Way." That Expert Blend Helps Make Tammy's Touch One Of Her Most Satisfying Albums Of The '70s.” - Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AMG more
The First Lady
New - LP - 30213
Sealed 1970 Stereo Original. more
The First Lady
Used - LP - E 30213
1970 Stereo Yellow Label Original. more
Til I Can Make It On My Own
Used - LP - KE 34075
1976 Original. A Sweet Slice Of Countrypolitan, Produced By Billy Sherrill. more
Ways To Love A Man
Used - LP - BN 26519
1969 Yellow Label Original Still In Shrink Wrap. more
We Sure Can Love Each Other
New - LP - E 30658
Sealed 1978 Original. more
Womanhood
Used - LP - KE 35442
1978 White Label Promo Original With Label Bio & 8x10 Glossy Promo Photo. Appears Unplayed. more
Womanhood
New - LP - KE 35442
Sealed 1978 Original. more
World Of Tammy Wynette
New - LP - BG 503
Sealed 1970 2LP Gatefold Original With Custom Hype Sticker. more
You And Me
New - LP - KE 34289
Sealed 1976 Original. more
You Brought Me Back
New - LP - FE 37104
Sealed 1981 Original. more
You Brought Me Back
New - LP - FE 37104
Sealed 1981 Original. Saw Cut. more
Your Good Girl's Gonna Go Bad
New - LP - BN 26305
Sealed 1967 Stereo Original. Paper Tear On Bottom 1/2" Of Spine. “Tammy Wynette's 1967 Debut Album Is Still One Of Her Best. Having Secured The Services Of Countrypolitan Producer Billy Sherrill And An Epic Contract In 1966, She Cut Her First Single, "Apartment No. 9," And First Big Hit, "Your Good Girl's Gonna Go Bad," Both Of Which Are Included Here. And While Some Of The Other Material Here Doesn't Quite Match The Quality Of Those Gems, The Album Still Contains Enough Solid Sides, Like "Walk Through This World With Me" And "Send Me No Roses," To Ensure Its Essential Status. Add To That Stellar Covers Of The David Houston Hit "Almost Persuaded" And Loretta Lynn's "Don't Come Home A Drinking (With Loving On Your Mind)," And You Have One Of The Classic Debuts In Country Music.” – Stephen Cook, All Music Guide more
Your Good Girl's Gonna Go Bad
Used - LP - BN 26305
1967 Original On Heavy Vinyl. more

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