Butler, Jerry

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Best Of Jerry Butler
Used - LP - SR 1048
Beautiful Mid 60's Bracket (Second) Label Stereo. more
Best Of Jerry Butler 1958-1969
Used - LP - RNLP 216
1985 Compilation Still In Shrink Wrap. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Folk Songs
New - LP - VJSR 1057
Sealed 1963 Stereo Original. more
He Will Break Your Heart
Used - LP - LP 1029
1960 Black And Silver Early 2nd Issue Mono In Original Glossy Jacket. 2" Stain On Back Cover. more
Just For You
New - LP - DY 7302
Sealed 12 Song Stereo Compilation. more
Love's On The Menu
Used - LP - M6 850S1
1976 Original. Appears Unplayed. more
Melinda
New - LP - PRD 0006ST
Sealed 1972 Original. Jerry Butler Teams Up With Jerry Peters For This Fine Soundtrack Album To Accompany An Obscure But Well-Respected Blaxploitation Movie. One Of The Better Psychedelic Funk Scores, Similar In Style To The Dynamite Brothers, This Album Features Some Great Funk Keyboard Work And A Classic Seven-Minute Funk Jam Theme. The Sound Is Small-Group Funk, With A Loose, Raw Edge And Fender Rhodes High In The Mix. more
Melinda (Original Music From The Motion Picture)
New - LP - PRD-0006ST
Sealed 1972 Original, Cut Corner. Jerry Butler Teams Up With Jerry Peters For This Fine Soundtrack Album To Accompany An Obscure But Well-Respected Blaxploitation Movie. One Of The Better Psychedelic Funk Scores, Similar In Style To The Dynamite Brothers, This Album Features Some Great Funk Keyboard Work And A Classic Seven-Minute Funk Jam Theme. The Sound Is Small-Group Funk, With A Loose, Raw Edge And Fender Rhodes High In The Mix. more
Moon River
New - LP - SR 1046
Sealed Early '70s Stereo Reissue (Suite Beat Music Group On Rear Jacket). more
Mr. Dream Merchant
New - LP - SR 61146
Sealed 1967 Stereo Original. more
Sagittarius Movement
New - LP - SR 61347
Sealed 1971 Original. more
Sings Assorted Sounds
New - LP - SR 61320
Sealed 1971 Original. Small Cut Out Hole. Unable To Confirm Exact Pressing Info. "In The Early '70s, Jerry Butler Founded A Songwriting Workshop In His Native Chicago. Jerry Butler Sings Assorted Sounds... Offers Some Of The Tracks From A Batch Of Newer Writers And Features The Brash Chicago Production Style Slightly Updated. Compared To His Gamble-Huff Efforts, The Arrangements Here Aren't As Emotionally Fulfilling And The Lyrics Aren't As Apt. Without That High Standard, It Took A While For Butler To Adjust Commercially And Musically. This Effort Reflects The Adjustment Period. The First Track, "How Did We Lose It," Has A Good Bassline And An Acid Guitar Solo. On This Effort, Butler Enlisted The Help Of A Rising New Writer And Arranger, Donny Hathaway, Who Arranged Three Tracks Here. The Best, The Melodic "Special Memory," Is Warm Track That Features Hathaway's Earthy Piano And An Animated Vocal From Butler. "If It's Real What I Feel," A Duet With Brenda Lee Eager, Has A Playful Arrangement And There Is Plenty Of Chemistry Between The Two. The Album's Last Track, "Do You Finally Need A Friend," Has A Challenging Melody And A Dramatic Arrangement That Helps Butler Give A Multi-Layered And Nuanced Vocal. Jerry Butler Sings Assorted Sounds... Is An Album Of Near Greatness, But It Can't Help But Pale In Comparison To The Efforts Done With Gamble And Huff." AMG Review By Jason Elias. more
Soul Artistry
Used - LP - SR 61105
Rare Stereo Original, COH. more
Suite For The Single Girl
New - LP - M6 878S1
Sealed 1977 Original, CC. more
Sweet Sixteen
New - LP - SRM 1006
Sealed 1974 Original. more
The Ice Man Cometh
New - LP - SR 61198
Sealed 1968 Stereo Original Including The Color Poster Of Jerry. “The Ice Man Cometh, Jerry Butler's Most Successful LP, Was The First Full-Album Work From The Production Team Kenneth Gamble And Leon Huff. It Marks An Excellent Collaboration, The First Time R&B Production Techniques Reached A Level Of Maturity And Elegance Capable Of Fully Complementing One Of The Smoothest Vocalists In Soul History. The Top Ten Singles "Hey, Western Union Man" And "Only The Strong Survive" Weren't Just Popular Radio Hits, But Great Performances Displaying How Far The R&B/Soul Crowd Had Progressed From The Novelty-Laden '50s. Thanks To Butler And Gamble/Huff, The Sound Proved Incredibly Influential, Both In The Short Term (Elvis Presley Was Definitely Listening And Cut A Very Similar "Only The Strong Survive" One Year Later) And The Long Term (Gamble And Huff's Philly Intl. Label Ruled The Mid-'70s R&B World With The Same Sound). Here's Where It Coalesced.” John Bush, All Music Guide. more

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