Yoakam, Dwight

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Yoakam, Dwight - Guitars, Cadillacs Etc. Etc Guitars, Cadillacs Etc. Etc
Country Used - LP 25372 Reprise
1985 Reprise Label 2nd Issue (After The Extremely Rare OAK Private Pressing) With Promo Stamp On Cover. Vinyl Appears Unplayed. “Dwight Yoakam's Guitars, Cadillacs, Etc., Etc. Began As An EP Issued On The California Oak Label. When Reprise Signed Him, They Added Four More Tracks To The Mix To Round It Out As An Album. Yoakam, A Kentuckian, Brought Country Music Back Into Its Own Medium By Reviving The Classic Bakersfield Sound With The Help Of His Producer And Lead Guitarist, Former Detroiter Pete Anderson. As A Result, The "New Traditionalist" Movement Was Born, But Yoakam Was Always A Cut Or Three Above The Rest, As This Album Displays In Spades. Guitars, Cadillacs, Etc., Etc. Kicks Off With A Smoking Cover Of Johnny Horton's "Honky Tonk Man," A Song Now So Closely Associated With Yoakam, The Original Has All But Been Forgotten. But This Is Only The Beginning. Yoakam's Own Songs Such As "Bury Me," A Duet With Maria Mckee, And "South Of Cincinnati" Reference Both The Pastoral And Dark Sides Of His Native State. "South Of Cincinnati" Is A Paean To Those Who Left Kentucky For Ohio In Search Of Jobs, And "Bury Me" Celebrates The Land Itself. In Addition, The Title Track, With Anderson's Don Rich-Influenced Guitar Style, Walks The Buck Owens Line Until The Line Extends To Yoakam. With Fiddles And Backing Vocals, Yoakam's Street Poetry Is Both Poignant And Profound, Built Into A Barroom Anthem. In Addition To This There Is The Gorgeous "Miner's Prayer," An Acoustic Number Powered By Dobro (Courtesy Of David Mansfield), Flat-Picked Guitar, And Yoakam's Singing Of His Grandfather And Generations Like Him Who Lived And Died In The Mines Of Kentucky. An Astonishing Debut, Guitars, Cadillacs, Etc., Etc. Changed The Face Of Country Music Single-Handedly And Remains One Hell Of A Party Record.” Thom Jurek, AMG.... more details
 
Yoakam, Dwight - Just Lookin' For A Hit Just Lookin' For A Hit
Country New - LP 25989 Reprise
Sealed And Hard To Find 1989 Vinyl. Tiny Saw Notch, Custom Song Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap.... more details
 
Yoakam, Dwight - Guitars, Cadillacs Etc. Etc. Guitars, Cadillacs Etc. Etc.
Country New - LP 25372 Reprise
Factory Sealed 1985 Second Issue With Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. COH. “Dwight Yoakam's Guitars, Cadillacs, Etc., Etc. Began As An EP Issued On The California Oak Label. When Reprise Signed Him, They Added Four More Tracks To The Mix To Round It Out As An Album. Yoakam, A Kentuckian, Brought Country Music Back Into Its Own Medium By Reviving The Classic Bakersfield Sound With The Help Of His Producer And Lead Guitarist, Former Detroiter Pete Anderson. As A Result, The "New Traditionalist" Movement Was Born, But Yoakam Was Always A Cut Or Three Above The Rest, As This Album Displays In Spades. Guitars, Cadillacs, Etc., Etc. Kicks Off With A Smoking Cover Of Johnny Horton's "Honky Tonk Man," A Song Now So Closely Associated With Yoakam, The Original Has All But Been Forgotten. But This Is Only The Beginning. Yoakam's Own Songs Such As "Bury Me," A Duet With Maria Mckee, And "South Of Cincinnati" Reference Both The Pastoral And Dark Sides Of His Native State. "South Of Cincinnati" Is A Paean To Those Who Left Kentucky For Ohio In Search Of Jobs, And "Bury Me" Celebrates The Land Itself. In Addition, The Title Track, With Anderson's Don Rich-Influenced Guitar Style, Walks The Buck Owens Line Until The Line Extends To Yoakam. With Fiddles And Backing Vocals, Yoakam's Street Poetry Is Both Poignant And Profound, Built Into A Barroom Anthem. In Addition To This There Is The Gorgeous "Miner's Prayer," An Acoustic Number Powered By Dobro (Courtesy Of David Mansfield), Flat-Picked Guitar, And Yoakam's Singing Of His Grandfather And Generations Like Him Who Lived And Died In The Mines Of Kentucky. An Astonishing Debut, Guitars, Cadillacs, Etc., Etc. Changed The Face Of Country Music Single-Handedly And Remains One Hell Of A Party Record.” Thom Jurek, AMG.... more details
 
Yoakam, Dwight - Buenas Noches From A Lonley Room Buenas Noches From A Lonley Room
Country Used - LP 25749 Reprise
Hard To Find 1988 Original With Gold Promo Stamp, Custom Hype Sticker On The Jacket Plus Custom Inner Sleeve. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Yoakam, Dwight - Buenas Noches From A Lonley Room Buenas Noches From A Lonley Room
Country Used - LP 25749 Reprise
Rare Record Club Edition (No Bar Code On Jacket) With Custom Inner Sleeve And Shrink Wrap Intact. Raves In The Absolute Sound Magazine. First Copy We Have Had In Stock Since 2002! Glossy, Unplayed Condition.... more details
 
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Country New - CD 47714 Reprise
25 Songs And Over 78 Minutes Of Music.... more details
 
Yoakam, Dwight - Hillbilly Deluxe Hillbilly Deluxe
Country New - LP 25567 Reprise
Sealed Hard To Find 1987 Vinyl. Pristine Copy And The First Sealed One We Have Seen Since 2002!... more details
 
Yoakam, Dwight - Guitars, Cadillacs Etc. Etc. Guitars, Cadillacs Etc. Etc.
Country Used - LP OR 2356 Oak
The Incredibly Rare Original Label-Very Few Were Pressed Before This Album Was Reprinted On The Reprise Label. Shrink Wrap Intact, LP Appears Unplayed. Listed In The Price Guides At $800!... more details
 
Yoakam, Dwight - Dwight Sings Buck Dwight Sings Buck
Country New - LP NW5003 New West
Factory Sealed 2007 Original. Dwight's 15-Track Tribute To Bakersfield's Favorite Son, Buck Owens.... more details
 
Yoakam, Dwight - Hillbilly Deluxe Hillbilly Deluxe
Country Used - LP 25567 Reprise
Hard To Find 1987 Vinyl With Custom Song Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Yoakam, Dwight - Guitars, Cadillacs Etc. Etc. Guitars, Cadillacs Etc. Etc.
Country New - LP 25372 Reprise
Factory Sealed 1985 Album. “Dwight Yoakam's Guitars, Cadillacs, Etc., Etc. Began As An EP Issued On The California Oak Label. When Reprise Signed Him, They Added Four More Tracks To The Mix To Round It Out As An Album. Yoakam, A Kentuckian, Brought Country Music Back Into Its Own Medium By Reviving The Classic Bakersfield Sound With The Help Of His Producer And Lead Guitarist, Former Detroiter Pete Anderson. As A Result, The "New Traditionalist" Movement Was Born, But Yoakam Was Always A Cut Or Three Above The Rest, As This Album Displays In Spades. Guitars, Cadillacs, Etc., Etc. Kicks Off With A Smoking Cover Of Johnny Horton's "Honky Tonk Man," A Song Now So Closely Associated With Yoakam, The Original Has All But Been Forgotten. But This Is Only The Beginning. Yoakam's Own Songs Such As "Bury Me," A Duet With Maria Mckee, And "South Of Cincinnati" Reference Both The Pastoral And Dark Sides Of His Native State. "South Of Cincinnati" Is A Paean To Those Who Left Kentucky For Ohio In Search Of Jobs, And "Bury Me" Celebrates The Land Itself. In Addition, The Title Track, With Anderson's Don Rich-Influenced Guitar Style, Walks The Buck Owens Line Until The Line Extends To Yoakam. With Fiddles And Backing Vocals, Yoakam's Street Poetry Is Both Poignant And Profound, Built Into A Barroom Anthem. In Addition To This There Is The Gorgeous "Miner's Prayer," An Acoustic Number Powered By Dobro (Courtesy Of David Mansfield), Flat-Picked Guitar, And Yoakam's Singing Of His Grandfather And Generations Like Him Who Lived And Died In The Mines Of Kentucky. An Astonishing Debut, Guitars, Cadillacs, Etc., Etc. Changed The Face Of Country Music Single-Handedly And Remains One Hell Of A Party Record.” Thom Jurek, AMG.... more details
 
Yoakam, Dwight - Hillbilly Deluxe Hillbilly Deluxe
Country Used - LP 25567 Reprise
Beautiful 1987 Recorded Club Edition Vinyl With Custom Inner Sleeve. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Yoakam, Dwight - Just Lookin' For A Hit Just Lookin' For A Hit
Country Used - LP 25989 Reprise
Hard To Find 1989 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Record Appears Glossy.... more details
 
Yoakam, Dwight - Buenas Noches From A Lonley Room Buenas Noches From A Lonley Room
Country New - LP 25749 Reprise
Sealed 1988 Original With Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. Small Saw Cut. Raves In The Absolute Sound Magazine.... more details
 
Yoakam, Dwight - Buenas Noches From A Lonley Room Buenas Noches From A Lonley Room
Country Used - LP 25749 Reprise
Beautiful 1988 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve.... more details
 
Yoakam, Dwight - Buenas Noches From A Lonely Room Buenas Noches From A Lonely Room
Country New - LP 25749 Reprise
Sealed 1988 Original With Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. Clean Cut Out Hole. Killer Sound.... more details
 
Yoakam, Dwight - If There Was A Way If There Was A Way
Country Used - LP 26344 Reprise
First Copy We Have Had In Stock Of This Rare 1990 Original. Appears Unplayed. “If There Was A Way From 1990 Is The First Full Display Of Dwight Yoakam's Doppelgänger On Record. From The Mid-Tempo Honky Tonk Of "The Distance Between You And Me" And The Classic Bakersfield Balladry Of "The Heart That You Own" To The Balls-Out Live 21st Century Rockabilly "It Takes A Lot To Rock You Baby," Yoakam Shows His Fragmented Musical Personality That Somehow Remains Inside The Framework Of His Own Brand Of Country. Fans Of The Old Heroes Such As Ernest Tubb, Merle Haggard, George Jones, Buck Owens, Hank Thompson, Loretta Lynn, And So On Dig Yoakam Because He Knows How To Write And Sing A Good Old Country Song. The Kids And Pop Audiences Love Him Because He Seems To Speak To Them As Much With His Swagger As His Electricity -- Guitarist Pete Anderson Is Like Don Rich, Only From The Rock Side Of The Country Music Fence. "Nothing's Changed Here," Written By Yoakam And Master Songwriter Kostas, Is A Nod To Tubb In That It Refers To The Master's "Walkin' The Floor Over You" In "Nothing's Changed Here," A Barroom Stroller With A Gorgeous Fiddle Solo By Don Reed And A Splendid Use Of Reverb By Anderson. "Since I Started Drinkin' Again" Is A Bluegrass Sh*Tkicker, But It Is One Hell Of A Self-Destructive Broken-Heart Song That Features Some Awesome Fiddlework By Scott Joss And Mandolin And Backing Vocals By Tim O'Brien. The Bluesy, Doo-Woppy, Doc Pomus-Inspired Rock Balladry Of The Title Track Is Another Move Toward The Margins For Yoakam -- Especially With The Shimmering B-3 Work By Skip Edwards. "It Only Hurts Me When I Cry," Yoakam's Co-Write With Roger Miller, Who Sings Backing Vocals On The Track, Is Another Rocker À La Early Conway Twitty. Ultimately The Duet With Patty Loveless On Kostas And Kathy Louvin's "Send A Message To My Heart" Is A Wrought And Deeply Moving Love Song. The Bravest Moment On The Record Is Also Its Most Fun. The Closer Is A Truly Hillbilly Deluxe Version Of Wilbert Harrison's Anthem "Let's Work Together." Anderson Tears This Mother Up, Raw And Wooly, And Yoakam Proves Himself As Fine A R&B Singer As He Is A Country Crooner. Here Again The Rock Side Of Country, The Soul Side Of Rock, And The Country Side Of Soul Are All Wrapped Here In Yokam's Voice Backed By A Band Who Have A Complete Understanding Of The Tune. Highly Recommended.” Thom Jurek, AMG.... more details
 
Yoakam, Dwight - Guitars, Cadillacs Etc. Etc. Guitars, Cadillacs Etc. Etc.
Country New - LP 25372 Reprise
Factory Sealed 1985 Original With The Rare "Hony Tonk Man" Hype Sticker. “Dwight Yoakam's Guitars, Cadillacs, Etc., Etc. Began As An EP Issued On The California Oak Label. When Reprise Signed Him, They Added Four More Tracks To The Mix To Round It Out As An Album. Yoakam, A Kentuckian, Brought Country Music Back Into Its Own Medium By Reviving The Classic Bakersfield Sound With The Help Of His Producer And Lead Guitarist, Former Detroiter Pete Anderson. As A Result, The "New Traditionalist" Movement Was Born, But Yoakam Was Always A Cut Or Three Above The Rest, As This Album Displays In Spades. Guitars, Cadillacs, Etc., Etc. Kicks Off With A Smoking Cover Of Johnny Horton's "Honky Tonk Man," A Song Now So Closely Associated With Yoakam, The Original Has All But Been Forgotten. But This Is Only The Beginning. Yoakam's Own Songs Such As "Bury Me," A Duet With Maria Mckee, And "South Of Cincinnati" Reference Both The Pastoral And Dark Sides Of His Native State. "South Of Cincinnati" Is A Paean To Those Who Left Kentucky For Ohio In Search Of Jobs, And "Bury Me" Celebrates The Land Itself. In Addition, The Title Track, With Anderson's Don Rich-Influenced Guitar Style, Walks The Buck Owens Line Until The Line Extends To Yoakam. With Fiddles And Backing Vocals, Yoakam's Street Poetry Is Both Poignant And Profound, Built Into A Barroom Anthem. In Addition To This There Is The Gorgeous "Miner's Prayer," An Acoustic Number Powered By Dobro (Courtesy Of David Mansfield), Flat-Picked Guitar, And Yoakam's Singing Of His Grandfather And Generations Like Him Who Lived And Died In The Mines Of Kentucky. An Astonishing Debut, Guitars, Cadillacs, Etc., Etc. Changed The Face Of Country Music Single-Handedly And Remains One Hell Of A Party Record.” Thom Jurek, AMG.... more details
 

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