Buckinghams

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Buckinghams - Portraits Portraits
Pop New - LP CS 9598 Columbia
Sealed 1968 360 Stereo Original, Clean COH.... more details
 
Buckinghams - In One Ear And Gone Tomorrow In One Ear And Gone Tomorrow
Pop New - LP CS 9703 Columbia
Factory Sealed 1968 360 Stereo Original. Small Cut Corner.... more details
 
Buckinghams - Time & Charges Time & Charges
Pop New - LP CL 2669 Columbia
Sealed 1967 Mono Original. LP Is Sealed Inside Inner Baggy (See Scan).... more details
 
Buckinghams - Kind Of A Drag Kind Of A Drag
Pop New - LP 107 U.S.A.
Sealed 1967 Mono Original, Clean COH. Does Not Contain "I'm A Man."... more details
 
Buckinghams - In One Ear And Gone Tomorrow In One Ear And Gone Tomorrow
Pop Used - LP CS 9703 Columbia
1968 360 Stereo Original With Radio Station Timing Strip On Cover. Jacket Is Near Mint And The LP Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Buckinghams - Kind Of A Drag Kind Of A Drag
Pop Used - LP 107 U.S.A.
1967 Stereo Original. COH. Light Jacket Wear, Vinyl Is Beautiful. “Given Its Source, Kind Of A Drag Was One Of The Most Extraordinary Albums Of The 1960s. One Expected Great, Diverse Lps Out Of The Likes Of The Beatles And The Rolling Stones, Among Others; By Contrast, Even The Better Albums By Top Garage-Punk Outfits Such As The 13th Floor Elevators Generally Had A One-Note Feel To Them, Or Were Conspicuously Strong In One Direction. So When A Chicago-Based Garage Band (Or Were They A Garage Band?) Like The Buckinghams, With One Serious Hit (The Title Track) To Their Name, Put Out A Long-Player That Embraced Soul, Blues, Garage Punk, And English Pop-Rock With Just About Equal Aplomb, It Must Have Caught Purchasers, Radio Programmers, And Music Writers Alike Off Guard. Kind Of A Drag Isn't The Kind Of Searing Punk Document That Their Windy City Rivals The Shadows Of Knight Presented With Their Two Lps -- The Latter Group's Work Stood Next To The Buckinghams Roughly Where The Who's Albums Did Next To Those Of The Beatles. The Buckinghams' Lean, Guitar-Driven Garage Punk Versions Of "Sweets For My Sweet" (A Cover Of The Searchers' Version, Not The Drifters') And The Hollies' "I've Been Wrong" Are Juxtaposed With A Horn-Ornamented Version Of The Beatles' "I Call Your Name" -- On Which The Lead Guitar Is Playing What Sound Almost Like Mandolin Riffs; And All Are Sandwiched Between The Horn-Driven "I'll Go Crazy" And The Raw, Bluesy "I'm A Man" (Patterned After The Yardbirds' Rendition, With Some Twists That Are All The Buckinghams' Own). They Still Come Off Somewhat As Light-Weights, As On Their Cover Of "Lawdy Miss Clawdy," But That's A Minor Lapse.” – Bruce Eder, All Music Guide... more details
 
Buckinghams - Portraits Portraits
Pop New - LP CS 9598 Columbia
Sealed 1968 360 Stereo Original.... more details
 
Buckinghams - Time & Charges Time & Charges
Pop New - LP CS 9469 Columbia
Sealed 360 Stereo Original With Rare Custom Song Hype Sticker. LP Is Sealed In The Inner Baggy. Shrink Wrap Intact With Custom Song Hype Sticker.... more details
 
Buckinghams - Time & Charges Time & Charges
Pop New - LP CS 9469 Columbia
Sealed 1967 360 Stereo Original. Includes "Mercy, Mercy Mercy."... more details
 
Buckinghams - Buckinghams' Greatest Hits Buckinghams' Greatest Hits
Pop New - LP CS 9812 Columbia
Sealed 1969 360 Stereo Label First Pressing Of This Compilation. “If Everyone On The Northwest Side Of Chicago Who Claims To Have Hung Out With The Buckinghams During Their Heyday Had Faithfully Bought All Their Releases, The Rock Group Might Have Sold More Records Than The Beatles. Popular Attractions While Still In High School, The Quintet Changed Its Name From The Pulsations To The Buckinghams To Reflect The British Invasion Craze And Signed With Chicago's USA Records In 1966. Backing Dennis Tufano's Buoyant Lead Vocals With Prominent Harmonies And Punchy Soul-Styled Brass, The Group Came Across The Wistful "Kind Of A Drag," And In Short Order, The Buckinghams Had A Million-Selling Pop Chart-Topper On Their Hands. They Quickly Graduated To Recording For Columbia. As Long As Songwriter Jim Holvay Supplied More Material Of The Same High Quality As "Kind Of A Drag," The Buckinghams Were Sitting Pretty. Holvay Co-Wrote "Don't You Care," "Hey Baby (They're Playing Our Song)," And The Pseudo-Psychedelic "Susan," And They All Proved To Be Major Hits For The Band. The Group's R&B Roots Surfaced On A Vocal Adaptation Of Cannonball Adderley's Jazz Standard "Mercy, Mercy, Mercy," Their Second-Biggest Hit.” Bill Dahl, AMG.... more details
 

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