Collins, Albert

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Cold Snap
Audiophile - LP - MFSL 1-226
Long Out Of Print Limited Edition, Half-Speed Mastered 200gm Anadisc Housed In A Deluxe Gatefold Jacket. This Is Low Number 0244. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Cold Snap
Audiophile - LP - MFSL 1-226
Factory Sealed 1995 Foil Numbered, Limited Edition, Half-Speed Mastered 200gm Anadisc Housed In A Deluxe Gatefold Jacket. This Is Number 2413. more
Cold Snap
Used - LP - AL 4752
1986 Green Label Original In Shrink Wrap With Genuine House Rockin' Hype Sticker. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Cold Snap
Used - LP - AL 4752
1986 Green Label Original. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Compleat Albert Collins
Used - LP - LP 12449
1969 Stereo Original In Shrink Wrap. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Compleat Albert Collins
New - LP - LP 12449
Sealed 1970 Original. Pristine Copy. more
Cool Sound Of
Used - LP - 1011
1985 German Compilation. Small Top Seam Split. Recorded In 1962 And 1963. more
Cool Sound Of Albert Collins
Used - LP - TCF 8002
Stunning 1965 Mono Original In Shrink Wrap On The 20th Century Fox Imprint. Some Light Foxing Along The Mouth Of The Rear Cover. more
Don't Lose Your Cool
Used - LP - AL 4730
Beautiful 1983 Original Still In Shrink Wrap. “Keeping Up With His "Iceman" Moniker, Albert Collins Delivers With His Fourth Alligator Release Don't Lose Your Cool. The Title Cut Was One Of His First Instrumental Hits Back In The Late '50s And Here It's Given A Gritty, Organ-Driven Workout À La One Of His Heroes And Onetime Collaborators, Jimmy Mcgriff. Forging On In This Impressively Diverse Set, Collins Revels In The Humorous, Spoken Commentary Of Oscar Brown, Jr.'S "But I Was Cool" (Reminiscent Of Collins' Spoken Interludes On The John Zorn Piece "Spillane"), Updates The Jump-Blues Antics Of Big Walter Price's "Get To Gettin'," And Closes The Set Out With A Faithful Take On Guitar Slim's "Quicksand." He Also Adds A Few Of His Own Impressive Cuts Here, Including The Funky, Syncopated New Orleans Groove "Melt Down" And The Stax 'N' Blues Cut "Ego Trip." Throughout, Of Course, Collins Comes Up With Plenty Of His Grating, Barbed Wire Guitar Licks And Rough-Hewn Vocals. Riding Atop His Crack, Seven-Piece Ice Breakers Band (Including A Fine Horn Section), Collins Certainly Keeps Things Burnin' On This Set, While Still Living Up To All The Icy Allusions With Some Of The Most Cool And Urbane Modern Blues On Record.” – Stephen Cook, AMG more
Frost Bite
Used - LP - AL 4719
1980 Original In Shrinkwrap more
Frost Bite
Used - LP - AL 4719
1980 Original, Autographed On Front Cover. more
Frozen Alive
New - LP - AL 4725
Sealed 1981 Original. more
Iceman
Used - LP - VPBLP 3
Beautiful 1991 Original. Vinyl Only Released In Europe. Includes Custom Inner Sleeve. Record Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Love Can Be Found Anywhere (Even In A Guitar)
New - LP - LP 12428
Sealed 1968 Original Stereo Original. more
Love Can Be Found Anywhere (Even In A Guitar)
Used - LP - LP 12428
Beautiful 1968 Original, Small COH. Appears Unplayed. more
Love Can Be Found Anywhere (Even In A Guitar)
Used - LP - LP 12428
1968 Stereo Original. Appears Unplayed. more
Love Can Be Found Anywhere (Even In A Guitar)
Used - LP - LP 12428
1968 Stereo Original. Appears Unplayed. Some Rubbing On Spine, Hence Way Reduced Price. more
The Cool Sound Of Albert Collins
New - LP - TFC 8002
First Sealed Copy We Have Ever Seen Of This Mega Rare 1965 Mono Original (Later Re-Released As "Truckin"). This Set Of Early Sessions Shows The Style Of This Blues-Guitar Behemoth Already Clearly Defined. Collins Plays In Minor Tuning And Plucks The Strings Aggressively With His Right Hand, Giving His Playing (Even At This Stage) An Utterly Distinctive Sound. The Set List Features Collins's Original, Groove-Inflected Instrumentals (He Turns In One Vocal Performance On "Dyin' Flu"), With Tenor Sax, Alto Sax, And Trumpet Adding Punchy Lines And Jazzy Solos Over Comping From A Tight Bass-Drums-And-Organ Rhythm Section. The Centerpiece Here, Naturally, Is Collins's Guitar Work. His Sharp, Carefully Crafted Leads Are Impressive Throughout--He Uses Space To Excellent Effect, And He Values Interplay With The Rhythm Section Over Standard Flashy Showboating. “Cool Sound” Contains Many Of Collins's Best-Known Tunes, Including "Frost Bite" And "Frosty." (Reputedly, Both Johnny Winter And Janis Joplin--Teenagers At The Time--Were Present In The Studio When Collins Cut "Frosty." Joplin Predicted The Song Would Be A Hit. She Was Right--It Sold Millions, And Became One Of Collins's Signature Songs). For Essential Early Offerings From This Blues Master, Truckin' With Albert Collins Is At The Top Of The List. more
There's Gotta Be A Change
New - LP - TWS 103
Sealed 1971 Textured Gatefold Original. Includes The Killer Giant Color Poster Of Albert Lying On His Back, Playing Guitar. Features Jesse 'Ed' Davis, Dr. John And Others. more
Trash Talkin'
New - LP - LP 12438
Sealed 1969 Stereo Original. CC. more
Trash Talkin'
New - LP - LP 12438
Sealed 1969 Stereo Original. more
Truckin' With Albert Collins
New - LP - BTS 8
Sealed Gatefold Original, COH. more
Truckin' With Albert Collins
Used Import - BTS 8
1969 2nd Pressing In Gatefold. Might Be One Of The Grooviest Instrumental Blues Albums Ever Made. Shows Off Collins Talents With A Mix Of Horns & Organ Displaying Some Fine Southern Blues. more

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