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Juluka, Scatterlings, 1982 on Warner Bros Records

US version on Warner Bros – globally came out on Safari Records, Lark, and/or MINC. Johnny Clegg – sometimes referred to as Le Zoulou Blanc (“the White Zulu”)…

Stephane Grappelli / David Grisman, Live, 1981 on Warner Brothers.

Great combo of two talented musicians: Grappelli on Violin and Grisman on Mandolin. Recorded at the Berkelee Center for the Performing Arts in Boston. Misty, Sweet Georgia Brown,…

Ry Cooder, Bop Till You Drop, 1979 on Warner Bros.

Ry Cooder, Bop Till You Drop, 1979 on Warner Bros. Said to have been the first digitally recorded major label album in popular music – 3M 33 track…

Leon Redbone, Double Time, 1977 on Warner Bros.

Leon Redbone, Double Time, 1977 on Warner Bros. Won’t somebody tell me what Diiddy wa Diddie do? Via @vinyldestinationlowell

Carly Simon, Torch, 1981 on Warner Bros.

Carly Simon, Torch, 1981 on Warner Bros. One of the earlier entries in the “contemporary singers do the American songbook” genre – very solid outing

Michael Franks, One Bad Habit, 1980 on Warner Bros.

Michael Franks, One Bad Habit, 1980 on Warner Bros. Picked this up as part of an Everything But the House lot and had never heard it – but…

George Benson, Breezin’, 1976 on Warner Bros.

George Benson, Breezin’, 1976 on Warner Bros. Includes “This Masquerade” by Leon Russell

Leon Redbone, On the Track, 1975 on Warner Bros.

Leon Redbone, On the Track, 1975 on Warner Bros. Love everything Leon Redbone released.

James Taylor, Sweet Baby James, 1970 on Warner Bros.

James Taylor, Sweet Baby James, 1970 on Warner Bros. Early repress as it has the WB logo instead of W7 logo on label Steamroller, Sweet Baby James, Fire…

Leon Redbone, Champagne Charlie, 1978 on Warner Bros.

Leon Redbone, Champagne Charlie, 1978 on Warner Bros. Redbone’s third studio LP, with great takes on “Big Bad Bill (Is Sweet William Now),” “Please Don’t Talk About Me…

Paul Simon, Graceland, 1986 on Warner Bros.

Paul Simon, Graceland, 1986 on Warner Bros. Gotta be in my top 20 albums of all time. The tremendously talented Paul Simon and an equally talented group of…

The Del Fuegos, Boston Mass., 1985 on Slash Records.

The Del Fuegos, Boston Mass., 1985 on Slash Records. My copy is a Columbia Records Club edition, Slash labels with the WB logo in the background. Del Fuegos…

The Roches, Self-Titled, 1979 on Warner Bros.

The Roches, Self-Titled, 1979 on Warner Bros. Debut album from Maggie, Terre, and Suzy Roche. Produced “in audio verit√©” by Robert Fripp. Part of a lot I got…

The Blasters, Hard Line, 1985 on Slash / Warner Bros.

The Blasters, Hard Line, 1985 on Slash / Warner Bros. Dave and Phil Alvin and Co – great album with “Dark Night” (“people sitting on porches / thinking…

Dan Hicks, It Happened One Bite, 1976 on Warner Bros.

Dan Hicks, It Happened One Bite, 1976 on Warner Bros. Soundtrack to a movie never made – great songwriting as you’d expect. via Deep Thoughts in Jamaica Plain

Bonnie Raitt, Give It Up, 1972 on Warner Bros.

Bonnie Raitt, Give It Up, 1972 on Warner Bros. Second LP from the inimitable @bonnieraittofficial – an American treasure. Includes a cover of Jackson Browne’s Ubder the Falling…

Ry Cooder, Jazz, 1978 on Warner Bros.

Ry Cooder, Jazz, 1978 on Warner Bros. One of my all time favorite Ry Cooder records – swing / dixieland / blues / jazz. Earl Hines guests on…

Dire Straits, Dire Straits, 1978 on Warner Bros.

Dire Straits, Dire Straits, 1978 on Warner Bros. Debut album from Mark Knopfler,¬† David Knopfler, John Illsley, and Pick Withers. Produced by Muff Winwood. Classic LP with Down…

Grateful Dead, Europe ’72, 1972 on Warner Bros.

Grateful Dead, Europe ’72, 1972 on Warner Bros. 3xLPs of brilliance: China Cat -> I Know You Rider, Brown Eyed Women, Hurts Me Too. that closing Morning Dew,…

Grateful Dead, American Beauty, 1970 on Warner Bros.

Grateful Dead, American Beauty, 1970 on Warner Bros. This copy is from the Vinyl Me, Please Anthology (The Story Of The Grateful Dead) but I’ve been a huge…