Burnett, T-Bone

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Truth Decay
Pop Used - LP Fiend 71 Demon
1988 Reissue Of His 1980 Takoma Album. Looks Unplayed.... more details
 
Burnett, T-Bone - Proof Through The Night Proof Through The Night
Pop Audiophile - LP 23921 Quiex II
Beautiful 1983 Limited Edition Quiex II Vinyl Pressing. Gold Promo Stamp On Front Cover. "Proof Through The Night, T-Bone Burnett's First, And Last, Full-Length Release For Warner Bros., Is An Ambitious Take On The State Of The Union And Times, Personified By Various Fallen Characters. To Some, His Persistent Morality May Come Across As Being A Bit Cold Or Even Self-Righteous, But Further Investigation Reveals An Underlying Empathy For The Individuals, Even If A Cynicism For The Times In Which They Live Is Expressed. And If Burnett May Seem Tough, Don't Think He Excludes Himself From The Same Scrutiny. In Cuts Such As "Pressure" And The Record's Best Song, "Shut It Tight," He Sees Himself As "Just An Ordinary Man," Struggling With The Same Sorts Of Questions, Temptations, And Contradictions As, For Instance, Those Of The Protagonist In The Record's Centerpiece, "The Sixties." Musically, He Serves His Tales Of "Beautiful, Wealthy, Young Divorcees," Fallen Women, And Victims Of Times Where We "Keep All The Bad, Destroy All The Good" On A Bed Of Vibrant, Guitar-Driven Rock & Roll And Folk, Even Lacing Spoken Parables Such As "Fatally Beautiful," "The Sixties," And "Hefner And Disney" With Subtle Hooks And Enticing Nuances And Choruses. Like T-Bone Burnett's Other Warner Bros. Release, Trap Door, Proof Through The Night Is Smart, Tight, Insightful, And Unfortunately Not Yet Available On CD. Guests Include Pete Townsend, Mick Ronson, Richard Thompson, The Williams Brothers, And Ry Cooder.” – Brett Hartenbach, All Music Guide... more details
 
Burnett, T-Bone - Truth Decay Truth Decay
Pop New - LP TAK 7080 Takoma
Sealed 1980 Original. 4½ Stars In All Music Guide.... more details
 
Burnett, T-Bone - Trap Door Trap Door
Pop Used - LP 23691 Warner
1982 Test Pressing.... more details
 
Burnett, T-Bone - Talking Animals Talking Animals
Pop Used - LP BFC 40792 Columbia
1988 Original In Custom Inner Sleeve. Appears Unplayed. Jacket Has A Hint Of Ring Wear. A Very Difficult To Find Title On Vinyl.... more details
 
Burnett, T-Bone - Talking Animals Talking Animals
Pop New - LP BFC 40792 Columbia
Sealed 1988 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. A Very Difficult To Find Title On Vinyl. Custom Album Hype Sticker On Shrink. Small Cut Out Hole. “Following A Brief Brush With Country Music, T-Bone Burnett's Seventh Solo Release, The Talking Animals, Continues The Studio Rock He Began In 1983 With Proof Through The Night. Burnett Once Again Starts With Basic Rock, Pop, And Folk Roots, Which He Wastes No Time In Subverting, Adding Assorted Twists Along The Way. Along With Co-Producer And Guitarist David Rhodes, He Colors A Foundation Of Steady Rhythms Driven By Drummer Mickey Curry And Bassist Tony Levin With Affected And Atmospheric Guitars, As Well As Mitchell Froom's Various Keyboards. One Exception Is The Van Dyke Parks-Arranged "Image," With Its Swirling Strings And One Verse Repeated In Four Different Languages By Burnett And Three Guest Vocalists (Cait O'Riordan, Rubén Blades, And Ludmilla). Here He Sheds The Bounds Of The Standard Pop Song Format To Create A Piece That Seems To Have Sprung From A Weill-Brecht Musical. Lyrically, The Talking Animals, Like His Best Work, Can Be Scathing, Searching, And Surreal.” Brett Hartenbach, AMG.... more details
 
Burnett, T-Bone - Proof Through The Night Proof Through The Night
Pop New - LP 23921 Warner
Sealed 1983 Original. "Proof Through The Night, T-Bone Burnett's First, And Last, Full-Length Release For Warner Bros., Is An Ambitious Take On The State Of The Union And Times, Personified By Various Fallen Characters. To Some, His Persistent Morality May Come Across As Being A Bit Cold Or Even Self-Righteous, But Further Investigation Reveals An Underlying Empathy For The Individuals, Even If A Cynicism For The Times In Which They Live Is Expressed. And If Burnett May Seem Tough, Don't Think He Excludes Himself From The Same Scrutiny. In Cuts Such As "Pressure" And The Record's Best Song, "Shut It Tight," He Sees Himself As "Just An Ordinary Man," Struggling With The Same Sorts Of Questions, Temptations, And Contradictions As, For Instance, Those Of The Protagonist In The Record's Centerpiece, "The Sixties." Musically, He Serves His Tales Of "Beautiful, Wealthy, Young Divorcees," Fallen Women, And Victims Of Times Where We "Keep All The Bad, Destroy All The Good" On A Bed Of Vibrant, Guitar-Driven Rock & Roll And Folk, Even Lacing Spoken Parables Such As "Fatally Beautiful," "The Sixties," And "Hefner And Disney" With Subtle Hooks And Enticing Nuances And Choruses. Like T-Bone Burnett's Other Warner Bros. Release, Trap Door, Proof Through The Night Is Smart, Tight, Insightful, And Unfortunately Not Yet Available On CD. Guests Include Pete Townsend, Mick Ronson, Richard Thompson, The Williams Brothers, And Ry Cooder.” – Brett Hartenbach, All Music Guide... more details
 
Burnett, T-Bone - Trap Door Trap Door
Pop New - LP VEX 2 Side Effects
1984 Six-Track 45rpm UK Issue Of Burnett's 1982 Major Label Debut EP. Appears Unplayed. Includes Original Demon Records Label Insert. “Following A Short Stint With Takoma Records, T-Bone Burnett Moved Back Into The Majors With A 1982 Release For Warner Bros., The Six-Song EP Trap Door. Whereas His Previous Record, Truth Decay, Had The Feel Of An Early Sam Phillips Recording For Sun Records, Trap Door Is Filled With Tight, Radiant Folk-Rock. Fronting The Same Basic Lineup (Davids-Mansfield, Miner, And Kemper), Burnett Adorns This Batch Of Provocative Tunes With Shimmering Guitar Hooks, Crafty Rhythms, And An Astute Sense Of Detail And Subtlety To Create Some Of The Most Irresistible Pop Of His Career (Check Out His Terrific Cover Of The Marilyn Monroe Standard "Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friend"). "Hold On Tight," A Message Of Love And Mercy, Is Pure '60s Pop, While "I Wish You Could've Seen Her Dance" Opens With What Could Be A Lyrical Update Of "I Saw Her Standing There" And Then Proceeds To Recollect A Conversation With A Beautiful Dancer Set To A Propulsive, Shifting Rhythm And An Engaging Melody. The Title Track Closes The Record With A Half-Spoken Array Of Life's Contradictions Before An Infectious Chorus Diverts Your Attention, Only To Arrive At The Stark Warning, "Watch Out For The Trap Door." Intelligent And Compelling, Trap Door Is Well Worth Hunting,” - Brett Hartenbach, All Music Guide... more details
 
Burnett, T-Bone - Behind The Trap Door Behind The Trap Door
Pop Used - LP VEX 3 Side Effects
Beautiful & Scarce 1984 Six-Track 45rpm UK Original. “Behind The Trap Door, T-Bone Burnett's Fourth Recording (His Second EP) Following The Breakup Of The Alpha Band, Is A Varied Collection Of Material That Includes Collaborations With Bono, Bob Neuwirth, And Richard Thompson. The Record, With Its Stripped-Down And Decidedly Uncommercial Sound, Along With The Inclusion Of A Soundtrack Instrumental And A Cut Recorded Prior To 1980's Truth Decay Sessions, Has The Feel Of A Career Filler For Burnett (He Was Between Major Labels). This By No Means Suggests That Behind The Trap Door Is Without Its Charms. The Opener, "Strange Combination," Is Pure Burnett, With Its Impressionistic Spoken Lyric Over A Chunky Acoustic Guitar And Clanging Percussion. "Amnesia And Jealousy (Oh! Lana)" And "The Law Of Average" Are Infectious Acoustic Pop, While The Winsome Instrumental "Welcome Home, Mr. Lewis," Written With Thompson, Closes The Record Nicely. Fans Of T-Bone Burnett's Work Will Find Pleasures Throughout Behind The Trap Door, Although It's By No Means An Essential Piece Of His Catalog.” - Brett Hartenbach, All Music Guide... more details
 
Burnett, T-Bone - Proof Through The Night Proof Through The Night
Pop Used - LP FIEND 14 Side Effects
Beautiful 1983 UK Original With LINN SELEKT Sticker Across Mouth. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. "Proof Through The Night, T-Bone Burnett's First, And Last, Full-Length Release For Warner Bros., Is An Ambitious Take On The State Of The Union And Times, Personified By Various Fallen Characters. To Some, His Persistent Morality May Come Across As Being A Bit Cold Or Even Self-Righteous, But Further Investigation Reveals An Underlying Empathy For The Individuals, Even If A Cynicism For The Times In Which They Live Is Expressed. And If Burnett May Seem Tough, Don't Think He Excludes Himself From The Same Scrutiny. In Cuts Such As "Pressure" And The Record's Best Song, "Shut It Tight," He Sees Himself As "Just An Ordinary Man," Struggling With The Same Sorts Of Questions, Temptations, And Contradictions As, For Instance, Those Of The Protagonist In The Record's Centerpiece, "The Sixties." Musically, He Serves His Tales Of "Beautiful, Wealthy, Young Divorcees," Fallen Women, And Victims Of Times Where We "Keep All The Bad, Destroy All The Good" On A Bed Of Vibrant, Guitar-Driven Rock & Roll And Folk, Even Lacing Spoken Parables Such As "Fatally Beautiful," "The Sixties," And "Hefner And Disney" With Subtle Hooks And Enticing Nuances And Choruses. Like T-Bone Burnett's Other Warner Bros. Release, Trap Door, Proof Through The Night Is Smart, Tight, Insightful, And Unfortunately Not Yet Available On CD. Guests Include Pete Townsend, Mick Ronson, Richard Thompson, The Williams Brothers, And Ry Cooder.” – Brett Hartenbach, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Burnett, T-Bone - Proof Through The Night Proof Through The Night
Pop New - LP FIEND 14 Side Effects
New, Unplayed 1983 UK Original Housed In A Resealable Bag. "Proof Through The Night, T-Bone Burnett's First, And Last, Full-Length Release For Warner Bros., Is An Ambitious Take On The State Of The Union And Times, Personified By Various Fallen Characters. To Some, His Persistent Morality May Come Across As Being A Bit Cold Or Even Self-Righteous, But Further Investigation Reveals An Underlying Empathy For The Individuals, Even If A Cynicism For The Times In Which They Live Is Expressed. And If Burnett May Seem Tough, Don't Think He Excludes Himself From The Same Scrutiny. In Cuts Such As "Pressure" And The Record's Best Song, "Shut It Tight," He Sees Himself As "Just An Ordinary Man," Struggling With The Same Sorts Of Questions, Temptations, And Contradictions As, For Instance, Those Of The Protagonist In The Record's Centerpiece, "The Sixties." Musically, He Serves His Tales Of "Beautiful, Wealthy, Young Divorcees," Fallen Women, And Victims Of Times Where We "Keep All The Bad, Destroy All The Good" On A Bed Of Vibrant, Guitar-Driven Rock & Roll And Folk, Even Lacing Spoken Parables Such As "Fatally Beautiful," "The Sixties," And "Hefner And Disney" With Subtle Hooks And Enticing Nuances And Choruses. Like T-Bone Burnett's Other Warner Bros. Release, Trap Door, Proof Through The Night Is Smart, Tight, Insightful, And Unfortunately Not Yet Available On CD. Guests Include Pete Townsend, Mick Ronson, Richard Thompson, The Williams Brothers, And Ry Cooder.” – Brett Hartenbach, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Burnett, T-Bone - T-Bone Burnett T-Bone Burnett
Pop New - LP MCA 5809 MCA
1986 Original. Shrink Wrap Still Intact With Custom Hype Sticker. “Released As A One-Off Project For MCA's Briefly Revived Country Subsidiary Dot Records, T-Bone Burnett's Self-Titled Fourth Album Is The Most Austere And Uncluttered Project He's Released To Date, Quite A Switch From The High-Concept Folk-Pop Of His Best-Known Work. Recorded And Mixed Live To Two Track In Four Days, T-Bone Burnett Is Subtle But Strong, With A Warm, Natural Acoustic Sound That's Gentle But Surprisingly Full-Bodied, And The Production Is The Perfect Match For The Songs, Especially On The Beautiful "River Of Love," Which Is Among Burnett's Finest Moments On Record. Backed By A Superb Acoustic Band (Including David Hidalgo, Jerry Douglas, Byron Berline, And Jerry Scheff), Burnett's Vocals Are In Superb Form Here, And While The Album Is A Bit Short On Top-Shelf T-Bone Originals (Half The Album's Songs Are Either Covers Or Collaborations), What Is Here Is Compelling And Listenable. T-Bone Burnett In Many Ways Sounds Like A Casual Project Sandwiched Between Burnett's "Real" Albums, But One Listen Confirms It's Still The Work Of A Major Talent.” – Mark Deming, AMG... more details
 

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