Rock

Every Picture Tells A Story - Rod Stewart

Every Picture Tells A Story - Rod Stewart
Label: Mercury Records

By now Rod Stewart has had a 30+ year solo career, but this was his solo debut after leaving The Faces. Includes Maggie Mae, Every Picture Tells A Story, That's All Right Mama, Mandolin Wind, Tomorrow Is Such A Long Time, and the Tim Hardin cover of Reason to Believe. One time in the late 1980's or early 90's there was a commercial where Rod morphed from a jukebox into a full-size Rod as he was singing the line "Oh my dear, I gotta get outta here..." One of the better debuts of all time and there seems to be two Rod Stewart fan bases... the Faces and early solo Rod, which we will call the Cool Rod, then there was the post-D'ya Think I'm Sexy Rod, which we will call the not-as-cool-Rod. Whichever, neither fan base is wrong, right? We have plenty of other Rod Stewart records in the shop.

Retrospective: The Best of - Buffalo Springfield

Label: ATCO Records

A well-kept gently used copy of 60's giants, Buffalo Springfield, a band which would launch the careers of Stephen Sills, Jim Messina, and Neil Young. Includes the hit For What It's Worth, not to mention classics like Mr. Soul, I Am A Child, Broken Arrow, Go and Say Goodbye, Sit Down, I Think I Love You, and others. Brief liner notes by ATCO big wig himself, Ahmet Ertegun.

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Heart Like A Wheel - Linda Ronstadt

Label: Capital Records

Truly one of the greats of all time, Linda Ronstadt. This 1974 release is one of her finest and she is one of the few people in all the world who could make a cover version of a song better than the original. Included on this release are great covers of You're  No Good, When Will I Be Loved, Little Feat's Willin', and the Anna McGarrigle-penned track Heart Like A Wheel. An A-list of musicians join her on this release, with the likes of these artists; Clydie King, Andrew Gold, JD Souther, David Lindley, Russ Kunkel, Jimmy Fadden, Don Henley, Peter Asher, and others. Peter Asher produced this record, he of Peter and Gordon fame, who was also the brother of Jane Asher - who once had a boyfriend in the 1960's named Paul McCartney.

Somewhere Over China - Jimmy Buffett

Label: MCA Records

Jimmy Buffett and the Coral Reefer Band returned to the beach or the Margaritaville for this 1981 release, "Somewhere Over China". This release parrots some of his earlier work and includes Where's the Party, Lip Service, I Heard I Was In Town, Somewhere Over China, and Steamer, which this record is not, though YMMVYankee third baseman great Graig Nettles gets a thank you nod in the back jacket liner notes, which is pretty cool. Jimmy is in the sports nerd and music nerd venn diagram, he sang the anthem before one of the 1984 NLCS games at Wrigley Field between the Cubs and Padres. He made mention of singer/songwriter and Cubs fan, Steve Goodman (composer of Go Cubs Go, City of New Orleans, Dying Cubs Fan Last Request, Lincoln Park Pirates, and was an embarrassment of riches as a songwriter), who had passed, sadly, in September of 1984.

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The Crossing - Big Country

Label: PolyGram Records

A big hit in 1983 with the single In A Big Country. They were nearly the biggest thing out of Scotland this side of the Loch Ness or the Loch Ness Monster even! Also includes The Storm, Harvest Home, Lost Patrol, 1000 Stars. Produced by Steve Lillywhite, who did all kinds of producing for dozens of bands back then. We don't know what kind of knobs he's turning these days though...

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Sounds of Silence - Simon and Garfunkel

Label: Columbia Records

Iconic 1965 by Simon and Garfunkel, a duo that managed to leave those shackles of just being folkies like some of their peers to become full blown pop stars. Includes the title track as well as, Kathy's Song, Richard Cory (Wings used to play this live), I Am A Rock, and others. Produced by Bob Johnston, who produced another artist who started out as a folk artist and went electric and became a big rock star.

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Sticky Fingers - Rolling Stones

Sticky Fingers - Rolling Stones
Label: Rolling Stone (Yellow Label)

Yes, the original jacket with the functioning zipper. The cover was designed by Andy Warhol. You can include this record in a stretch of Stones records that may be unmatched by anyone in the rock world, bar none. Includes the original inner sleeve and all artwork. A knock out set of songs on both sides of this record that you will not know whether to play side one or side two first. Oh yes. Side One: Brown Sugar, Sway,Wild Horses, Can't You Hear Me Knockin',You Gotta Move. Side Two: Bitch, I Got the Blues, Sister Morphine, Dead Flowers, Moonlight Mile. Please use our secure "Buy Now" button to purchase this record. A modest S&H charge will be added to the total. If you are buying from overseas, please contact us (We will hear you knockin) so we can add appropriate shipping charges.

The Stranger - Billy Joel

The Stranger - Billy Joel
Label: Columbia Records
Big hit record for Billy Joel in 1977! Chock full of songs that were either hits or got considerable airtime on FM radio "back in the day". Look for on Side One, "Movin' Out", "The Stranger", "Just the Way You Are" and "Scenes From an Italian Restaurant", flip the record over and you are treated with "Only the Good Die Young", the ballad "She's Always A Woman", then closes with "Got It Right the First Time" and "Everybody Has A Dream". Surprisingly good, don't let his mega-popularity fool you. A good price too.

Lexicon of Love - ABC

Lexicon of Love - ABC
Label: Mercury Records

Early 80's hitmakers, MTV stars, with the hair! That ain't workin', that's the way you do it! All kidding aside, catchy early 80's songs with a retro feel to them but did not sound dated for their day. Includes "Poison Arrow", "Show Me", "All My Heart", and the big hit single "The Look of Love". A few words on the condition, the LP plays fine, minimal surface noise, the cover looks, and contains the original inner sleeve.

Night & Day - Joe Jackson

Night & Day - Joe Jackson
Label: A&M
It's Joe Jackson's ode to Cole Porter and a homage to New York City. Side One is the Night Side and Side Two is the Day Side. Though he had some success, this record brought Jackson to even more of a mainstream audience. Includes the hits "Steppin' Out" and "Breaking Us In Two". This album also is listed in the book, "1000 Recordings to Hear Before You Die". This record is in very good condition, plays fine, and has the original inner sleeve.

Glass Houses - Billy Joel

Glass Houses - Billy Joel
Label: Columbia

"It's Only Rock N Roll"? Well, maybe, but to Billy Joel "It's Still Rock N Roll to Me". One of 1980's biggest records. Includes the hits "Don't Ask Me Why" & "You May Be Right". It's Billy's attempt to debunk the pop crooner image some were calling him. It's his seventh release. More on the condition: Some surface noise, original liner notes, lyrics. Guaranteed to play.

GP - Gram Parsons

GP - Gram Parsons
Label: Rhino

A recent reissue via the Rhino label. Former Byrds and Flying Burrito Brother member and also a huge influence on artists that would comprise the alt-country genre of music. Hear songs like "Still Feeling Blue", "She", "Cry One More Time" and "We'll Sweep Out the Ashes in the Morning", where Emmylou Harris is sounding her usual angelic self. Not an easy LP to find in the preowned used bins, take advantage of this copy while you can. Buy it now with our "Buy Now" link where it will take you directly to your own PayPal account. A modest S&H charge of $4.99 will be added on.

Stiffs Live - Various (See Description)

Stiffs Live - Various (See Description)
Label: Arista Records
Ultra-rare release of guys that ruled the roost in the late 1970's into the 1980's. Some of them even went on to comprise the band Rockpile. This is a live set by the likes of Nick Lowe's Last Chicken In the Shop, Wreckless Eric, Larry Wallis, Elvis Costello & the Attractions, and Ian Dury & the Blockheads. Includes live versions of "I Just Don't Know What to do With Myself", "Miracle Man", "Sex, Drugs, & Rock N Roll & Chaos", "Police Car", "Semaphore Signals" and a blistering live version of "I Knew the Bride". Though this is on Arista Records, these are artists that originally appeared on the Stiff Record label.This isn't something you see every day. Act fast. Either order now or get your bad self over to Rediscover Records and pick this up. Our only copy, once it's gone, it's gone. If buying from outside the continental US, contact us so we can arrange extra shipping.

It Ain't Easy - Long John Baldry

It Ain't Easy - Long John Baldry
Label: Warner Brothers
 

Pretenders II - The Pretenders

Pretenders II - The Pretenders
Label: Sire
 

Brothers In Arms - Dire Straits

Brothers In Arms - Dire Straits
Label: Warner Brothers
Sure, Dire Straits had a few hits with "Sultans of Swing" and "Romeo and Juliet" but it was 1985's "Brothers In Arms" that really put them on the map. Includes "Money For Nothing", "Walk of Life", "One World" and "So Far Away". One of the early compact discs to outsell the vinyl and cassette counterparts in the early days of the CD. This, of course, is vinyl. Includes the inner sleeve lyric sheet.

A Trick of the Tail - Genesis

A Trick of the Tail - Genesis
Label: ATCO
An early post-Peter Gabriel release (1976) from Genesis that is very solid because it is a pre-"Duke" release (Yes, that is an "American Psycho" film reference) because it's still very artsy but has begun to add the elements of pop that would be the signature of all their 1980s hits! Includes "Squonk", "Dance On A Volcano", "Mad Man Moon", and "A Trick of the Tail". On a personal note, not really being a Genesis fan, this is a pretty solid release. Look for other Genesis records as well as Peter Gabriel and Phil Collins solo material when shopping at Rediscover Records.

Wind and Wuthering - Genesis

Wind and Wuthering - Genesis
Label: ATCO
An early post-Peter Gabriel release (1976) from Genesis that is a surprisingly good release. How many bands continue on with much success when they change lead singers? Includes "One for the Vine", "Wot Gorilla" and "Blood On the Rooftops" Look for other Genesis records as well as Peter Gabriel and Phil Collins solo material when shopping at Rediscover Records. All of our used LPs for sale on our site have been inspected before even being listed here. Buy with confidence and next day shipping.

Twistin' By the Pool - Dire Straits

Twistin' By the Pool - Dire Straits
Label: Warner Brothers
A 4-song EP (Extended Play, which meant it was longer than a 45rpm two-sided single, but not yet an LP, Long Play) released by Dire Straits in 1982. Includes the FM radio classic "Twistin' By the Pool", "Badges, Posters, Stickers, T-Shirts", Two Young Lovers" and "If I Had You". This, of course, pre-dates the megahit they had with "Brothers In Arms". This isn't a record you see everyday in used bins at record stores. A nice find. All our used records are inspected before we even list them on this site. Buy with confidence!

Play Deep - The Outfield

Play Deep - The Outfield
Label: CBS Records
A huge summer record in 1985 by popsters The Outfield. Sure it has all the production qualities (or lack thereof, depending how you feel about synth and drum machines) of the 1980s, but these are quality 3 minute pop songs. Includes the singles (Singles? Outfield? Get it?) "Say It Isn't So", "Your Love" and "Everytime You Cry". Listen to the rest of the record and it's a pretty good candidate for an addition to the great records of the power pop category. Includes the original inner sleeve and inspected before listed. Buy with confidence!

Ole' - Electric Light Orchestra

Ole' - Electric Light Orchestra
Label: Jet Records
An early documentation of the Electric Light Orchestra's greatest hits before they put out another greatest hits package in the late 1970's. Includes "Roll Over Beethoven", "Showdown", "Ma-Ma-Ma Belle", "Can't Get It Out of My Head", "Evil Woman" and "Strange Magic", to name a few. The cover shows girls holding up record covers in front of their faces. This is a VG/VG release on the cover and the jacket. Thanks.

Magic Christian - Badfinger

Magic Christian - Badfinger
Label: Apple Records
An original release on the Beatles' record label, Apple Records, by Badfinger. Includes "Come and Get It" (written by Paul McCartney) "Dear Angie", "I'm In Love", and "Carry On till Tomorrow" and others. This record is in very good shape and the jacket has just some natural wear. It looks and sounds great! Another record we have that you just won't see around much at used record stores and thrift stores. A nice find, take advantage of this while you can.

Sailor - Steve Miller

Sailor - Steve Miller
Label: Capital
Early Steve Miler recording on the Capital label before he became that hit-maker of the mid-to-late 1970's. This does include "Living in the USA", "Gangster of Love", which he name drops himself in later songs in his career, but it also includes "Quicksilver Girl", a song Gillian Welch name drops on her record "Time. The Revelator". This record plays great, minimal surface noise, some natural cover wear. A nice price.

GTR - GTR

GTR - GTR
Label: Arista
Get your 80's guitar rock on with this release from a Yes man, Steve Howe and former Genesis member, Steve Hackett. As if that wasn't enough, the singer of GTR (get it? GTR, Guitar? Get it?) of this rock combo is named Max Bacon! Max Bacon! Features "The Hunter", "Here I Wait", and "Jeckyll and Hyde". Buy this record for a low price now (plus shipping) or find it in our pop and rock section at Rediscover Records under "G". Gee.

Seconds of Pleasure - Rockpile

Seconds of Pleasure - Rockpile
Label: Columbia
A great line-up of Billy Bremner, Dave Edmunds, Nick Lowe, and Terry Williams on this 1980 release by the one and only Rockpile. This was the only release under the Rockpile moniker though this group did record a couple Dave Edmunds records and Nick Lowe's "Labor of Lust" together. Features "Teacher Teacher", "Heart", and "Play That Fast Thing (One More Time). This is the gatefold release and lists the 1980 tour dates on the back jacket, which includes Chicago as the kick off city of the tour.

Against the Wind - Bob Seger

Against the Wind - Bob Seger
Label: EMI
A big hit record for Seger and the Silver Bullet Band from 1980 with bar bustin' tunes like "Horizontal Bop", "You'll Accomp'ny Me", "Against The Wind", "Her Strut", "Betty Lou's Gettin' Out Tonight" and "Fire Lake". This was on all the FM and AM radio stations (that's terrestrial radio for you young'uns). Relive the glory days with these rockin' tunes or discover them for the first time. Look for the YouTube video where as recent as 2/27/13, Bob Seger covered the Wilco/Billy Bragg (Woodie Guthrie-penned) "California Stars".Now, in "Her Strut" is it, "We respect her, but. . ." or is it "We respect her butt. . ." ??? Oh Bob Seger, you wily rascal, you.

Marshall Crenshaw - Marshall Crenshaw

Marshall Crenshaw - Marshall Crenshaw
Label: Warner Brothers
It's not a stretch to say that not only is this one of the greatest *debut* records of all time, but to say it's one of the greatest records of all time. Hyperbole you say? Perhaps a little, but this is a solid record through and through, full of great melodies, harmonies, song craft, jangly guitars, and power pop classics. If you are fan of 3 minute pop songs, then you need this. Do yourself a favor and pick this up. It's so good we won't even care if you buy it elsewhere, just buy it. Includes; "There She Goes Again", "Someday Someway", "Cynical Girl", "Mary Anne", to name a few.Our secure "Buy Now" buttons take you directly to your paypal account where a modest S&H charge of $4.99 will be built in. We ship in "records only" boxes, usually the next business day, and provide a confirmation number with the shipment. If you are overseas, please contact us to arrange for extra shipping charges and insurance.

Tap Root Manuscript - Neil Diamond

Tap Root Manuscript - Neil Diamond
Label: Universal City Records
Admittedly, we have our share of Neil Diamond records in our dollar bins. Come and buy a few! This record, however, belongs nowhere near the dollar bins. In 1970 Neil Diamond incorporated World Musicians at least ten years before the likes of Peter Gabriel and Paul Simon began using them on their records. Includes the classic "Cracklin' Rose" (Give the acoustic guitar on this another listen, it's pretty magical), a cover of "He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother", and side two ends with the African Suite. If you are looking for the hits, look for a Diamond "Best Of" compilation, but if you are looking for a complete album, we suggest "Tap Root Manuscript".This is an original release, we ship with a 2mil poly sleeve, the record plays fantastic, it has the original booklet, and the sleeve has just some minor natural wear. Do this.

Dawn (Go Away) - Four Seasons

Dawn (Go Away) - Four Seasons
Label: Phillips Monaural PHM-124
A great collection of hits you know and love from the Four Seasons. There are probably songs on this collection that you may not have even known they were from the Four Seasons. Includes "You Send Me", "Mountain High", "Life Is But A Dream", "Earth Angel", and "Do You Want to Dance", among others. Record plays great with minimal surface noise, the jacket is almost just like this except that the Phillips logo is the banner across the bottom as opposed to "original classic hits", as shown here.If you are buying this from outside of the continental United States, please email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to add in extra shipping. Thank you.

Everly Brothers Very Best of - Everly Brothers

Everly Brothers Very Best of - Everly Brothers
Label: Vitaphonic Series
A great collection of hits you know and love from the from the Everly Brothers, Phil and Don. Includes "Bye Bye Love", "Wake Up Little Susie", "Cathy's Clown", "All I Have to Do Is Dream", and a cover of "Lucille" (that the Beatles somewhat mock in an interview from their Beatles at the BBC collection), plus many more! As the condition lists, this record is still sealed from when it was pressed originally. It's not a reissue on vinyl. Nice.If you are buying this from outside of the continental United States, please email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to add in extra shipping. Thank you.

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