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Herbie Hancock, Quartet, 1982 on Columbia

Hancock with Ron Carter on Bass, Tony Williams on Drums, and Wynton Marsalis on Trumpet – recorded in 1981 at CBS Sony Studios in Tokyo. Great versions of…

Bob Dylan, Nashville Skyline, 1969 on Columbia

Produced by Bob Johnston, liner notes by Johnny Cash – Dylan plays here with Nashville musicians including Bob Wilson, Charlie Daniels, Charlie McCoy, Kenny Buttrey, Norman Blake, and…

Bob Dylan, Another Side of Bob Dylan, 1964 on Columbia.

Bob Dylan, Another Side of Bob Dylan, 1964 on Columbia. My pressing in an early 70s reissue (based on the labels). Wonderful early folkie Dylan with Chimes of…

The Woodentops, Wooden Foot Cops On The Highway, 1988 on Columbia / Rough Trade.

The Woodentops, Wooden Foot Cops On The Highway, 1988 on Columbia / Rough Trade. Second LP from UK band with Bernie Worrell joining on Clavinet

Bob Dylan and The Band, The Basement Tapes, 1975 on Columbia.

Bob Dylan and The Band, The Basement Tapes, 1975 on Columbia. Mostly recorded in 1967 in the basement of the Big Pink house in Saugerties NY but not…

Bob Dylan, Desire, 1976 on Columbia.

Bob Dylan, Desire, 1976 on Columbia. Love this LP. Hurricane and One More Cup of Coffee are faves. Scarlet Rivera on violin, Dom Cortese on Mandolin, Vincent Bell…

Johnny Winter, Second Winter, 1969 on Columbia.

Johnny Winter, Second Winter, 1969 on Columbia. 3 sided LP (4th side blank) because they couldn’t edit down ton an LP. These days there would be an etching…

Willie Nelson, Across The Borderline, 1993 on Columbia.

Willie Nelson, Across The Borderline, 1993 on Columbia. Recently issued on vinyl for the first time as part of Vinyl Me, Please’s 2022 anthology The Story of Willie…

Bob Dylan, Infidels, 1983 on Columbia.

Bob Dylan, Infidels, 1983 on Columbia. 80s Dylan, with Jokerman, I and I, Don’t Fall Apart On Me Tonight. Band includes Sly and Robbie, Mick Talyor, Mark Knopfler,…

Hooters, One Way Home, 1987 on Columbia.

Hooters, One Way Home, 1987 on Columbia. The band’s name is not related to the, uh, “theme” restaurant (or its referents0 but to the Melodica. Third LP –…

Pink Floyd, The Wall, 1979 on Columbia.

Pink Floyd, The Wall, 1979 on Columbia. 2018 remaster reissue on 180g vinyl – sounds fantastic. Came to me via Amazon’s “The Golden Era” subscription club which I…

Wynton Marsalis, Black Codes (From The Underground), 1985 on Columbia.

Wynton Marsalis, Black Codes (From The Underground), 1985 on Columbia. ~24 yr old Wynton with Branford Marsalis, Kenny Kirkland, Jeff Watts, Charlotte Moffett (and Ron Carter on Aural…

Bob Dylan, John Wesley Harding, 1967 on Columbia.

Bob Dylan, John Wesley Harding, 1967 on Columbia. All Along the Watchtower, Dear Landlord, I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight – classic Robert Zimmerman – between Blonde on Blonde…

Erroll Garner, Erroll Garner, 1953 on Columbia.

Erroll Garner, Erroll Garner, 1953 on Columbia. Mine’s a 1956 pressing, with the “six-eye” Columbia labels, with the registered trademark on “LP” Sleeve was really just two pieces…

Erroll Garner, Erroll Garner Plays For Dancing, 1956 on Columbia.

Erroll Garner, Erroll Garner Plays For Dancing, 1956 on Columbia. Originally a 10″ record in 1953. Garner’s approach makes many of his recordings hard to dance to –…

Marvin Gaye, Midnight Love, 1982 on Columbia.

Marvin Gaye, Midnight Love, 1982 on Columbia. Early 80s Marvin, with “Sexual Healing” as the single

Erroll Garner, Paris Impressions, 1958 on Columbia.

Erroll Garner, Paris Impressions, 1958 on Columbia. Multiple songs feature Garner on harpsichord, first heard on this LP.

Sarah Vaughan, Favorites, 1959 on Columbia.

Sarah Vaughan, Favorites, 1959 on Columbia. Mine is issued on Columbia Special Products but I believe is still from the 50s.

Hooters, Nervous Night, 1985 on Columbia.

Hooters, Nervous Night, 1985 on Columbia. Platinum selling major label debut – “And We Danced,” “Day by Day,” and “Wher Do the Children Go”

Duke Ellington and His Orchestra, Blue Light, 1955 on Columbia.

Duke Ellington and His Orchestra, Blue Light, 1955 on Columbia. Songs recorded in the 1930s, compiled in the 50s. In great shape for a 65+ year old LP…