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9 thoughts on “ Son Of A Louisiana Man - Various - The 1969 Warner-Reprise Record Show (Vinyl, LP)

  1. And the Warner Reprise samplers aka "Loss Leaders"? Man oh man.. miss them and their "turned on corporate executive hippie-speak" liner notes ;-)! I had them all, yes, even "Schlagers" and migawd, must have been almost 50 years ago, now, including "Zapped" - other than the $2 zapped, they were only a buck each for a double LP, even a triple.
  2. THE WARNER/REPRISE RECORD SHOW Vinyl 2-LPs 33 Pop/Rock Album EX Stereo Condition is Used. Shipped with USPS Media mangwoodjeteadosenpiconsohademo.xyzinfo Rating: % positive.
  3. Warner/Reprise Loss Leaders. The Loss Leaders were a series of cheap albums that Warner/Reprise started issued in - single LPs going for $1 and doubles for $2 (the last two Loss Leaders, double LPs from , cost $3 each). The inner sleaves had the slogan "The best, biggest bargains on record! The Warner/Reprise Loss Leaders." and pictures of the albums in the series, the below of which.
  4. Glittering sunshine pop throughout! MC Squared has a name that may sound like a weak late 80s crossover rapper, but the group's a killer harmony act from late 60s Reprise Records – produced to perfection by Lenny Waronoker, and given the same mix of tight studio and hip undercurrents that you'd find in the hippest of the late 60s Warner generation – that slightly sinister edge that can.
  5. Apr 14,  · perhaps not as supremo as an orig. green label first pressing, but for the money ($4) it can't be beat. the dodgy period for Warner/Reprise vinyl was the late '70s. if you're buying, always try to listen first. the vinyl can be awful noisy even for an unplayed LP.
  6. Jan 04,  · The Warner/Reprise Songbook is the first collection in a series that ran until That series is known as the Loss Leaders, because for two bucks buyers got a two record compilation of various Warner Brothers recording artists. Ads for these records appeared not only in magazines but on the inner sleeves of Warner.
  7. Concentricity is excellent as well. Best of all, I have found that regardless of which pressing you own, or find new or used in record stores (including Warner/Reprise’s budget line), you will get excellent sound, though not as good as an original, and quality does vary between various releases and iterations.
  8. The Warner/Reprise Record Show David Juhl; 26 videos; Son Of A Louisiana Man by Various Artists - Topic. by chachaguitry. Going to the Zoo by Peter, Paul & Mary.
  9. All the great songs and lyrics from the "The Warner Reprise Record Show" album ont he Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource.

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