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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…

Emmylou Harris, Blue Kentucky Girl, 1979 on Warner Bros.

Emmylou Harris, Blue Kentucky Girl, 1979 on Warner Bros. Harmony vocals on “Even Cowgirls Get The Blues” by Dolly Parton and Linda Ronstadt, years before the Trio album….

ZZ Top, El Loco. 1981 on Warner Brothers.

ZZ Top, El Loco. 1981 on Warner Brothers. I think this was my first exposure to ZZ Top – love the grooves

America, Homecoming, 1972 on Warner Brothers.

America, Homecoming, 1972 on Warner Brothers. Their sophomore album, with Ventura Highway, Dont Cross the River, Head and Heart, etc. The band actually formed in the UK, kids…

Kraftwerk, Electric Cafe, 1986 on Warner Brothers

Kraftwerk, Electric Cafe, 1986 on Warner Brothers Another early selection for me from Columbia House Record Club. In very good shape considering how much I played it back…

ZZ Top, Eliminator, 1983 on Warner Bros. Records.

ZZ Top, Eliminator, 1983 on Warner Bros. Records. My intro to ZZ Top, following which I went back and got all those that had been released before. Sharp…

Laurie Anderson, Mister Heartbreak, 1984 on Warner Bros.

Laurie Anderson, Mister Heartbreak, 1984 on Warner Bros. Not sure how I first heard of Laurie Anderson,  but it would have been around the time of this album….

Bonnie Raitt, self-titled, 1971 on Warner Brothers.

Bonnie Raitt, self-titled, 1971 on Warner Brothers. Raitt’s debut album, recorded at an old summer camp on Enchanted Island in Lake Minnetonka Mine’s a later repressing based on…

Days of Wine and Vinyl, 1972 on Warner Brothers

Days of Wine and Vinyl, 1972 on Warner Brothers Label sampler, with 5 page booklet on the artists included. Tir Na Nog, Arlo Guthrie, Tim Buckley, Jesse Winchester,…

The Whole Burbank Catalog, 1972 on Warner Brothers.

The Whole Burbank Catalog, 1972 on Warner Brothers. Great sampler including Jerry Garcia, Allen Toussaint, Faces, Fleetwood Mac, Jethro Tull, T. Rex, Captain Beefheart, America, Ry Cooder, Bonnie…

Fleetwood Mac, Tusk, 1979 on Warner Brothers.

Fleetwood Mac, Tusk, 1979 on Warner Brothers. My copy is a Columbia Record club edition A definite must-have for any vinyl collection

Los Lobos, How Will The Wolf Survive?, 1984 on Slash Records.

Los Lobos, How Will The Wolf Survive?, 1984 on Slash Records. The major label debut from East LA’s Los Lobos – this copy is the 180g remastered 2018…

B-52s, Whammy!, 1983 on Warner Bros.

B-52s, Whammy!, 1983 on Warner Bros. My social distancing practice includes lots of listening to vinyl and obsessive-compulsively editing discogs entries. Don’t judge.

Trio, 1987 on Warner Bros.

Trio, 1987 on Warner Bros. Emmylou Harris, Dolly Parton, and Linda Ronstadt. This is one of those albums I was probably too “cool” for when it came out,…

Van Halen, Women and Children First, 1980 on Warner Brothers.

Van Halen, Women and Children First, 1980 on Warner Brothers. I didn’t really discover VH until 1984, with Panama, but then went back to the earlier albums including…

Fleetwood Mac, Tango In The Night, 1987 on Warner Brothers.

Fleetwood Mac, Tango In The Night, 1987 on Warner Brothers. Rumours and Tusk get all the attention (and are great) but I really dig this one too –…