Coyne, Kevin

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Coyne, Kevin - Bursting Bubbles Bursting Bubbles
Pop Used - LP V 2152 Virgin
1980 UK Original With Giant Insert.... more details
 
Coyne, Kevin - Marjory Razor Blade Marjory Razor Blade
Pop Used - LP VD 2501 Virgin
1973 2LP UK Gatefold Original. Clean COH. Slight Ring Wear At The Bottom Of The Jacket, Both LPs Appear Unplayed. Regarded By Fans As His Best Album.... more details
 
Coyne, Kevin - Bursting Bubbles Bursting Bubbles
Pop Used - LP 201 654 Virgin
1980 German Original With The Hard To Find Giant Fold Out Lyrics Insert. “The First Of Two New Kevin Coyne Albums Released During 1980, Bursting Bubbles Has The Reputation For Being His Most "Difficult" LP Yet, A Darkly Tempered, And Roughly Produced Collection That Does, In Places, Feel A Little Like Having Your Ears Encased In Concrete, While Listening To An Irascible Schoolmaster Lecture You About The Hopelessness Of Life. But It's Also A Beautiful Piece Of Work, A Fitting Successor To The Fractured Minimalism Of Millionaires & Teddy Bears, And A Stark Rejoinder To The Awesome Awkwardness Of Babble. Songs Like "Children's' Crusade," "Learn To Swim -- Learn To Drown" And "The Old Fashioned Love Song" All Offer The Unwary Listener An Object Lesson In Not Judging A Song From Its Title, While "No Melody" Is So Brilliantly Mistitled That It Might Well Be One Of Coyne's Best Jokes Ever. Still, The Album's Moodiness Cannot Be Shaken Off Easily, A State Of Affairs That Recommends Bursting Bubbles Only To True Coyne Converts. You Certainly Wouldn't Want To Start Listening To Him With This One!” – Dave Thompson, AMG... more details
 
Coyne, Kevin - Dynamite Daze Dynamite Daze
Pop Used - LP 25801 XOT Virgin
1978 Original Featuring Zoot Money, Bob Ward, Al James, Vic Sweeney, Paul Wickens And Tim Rice. Some Jacket Fading Near Spine. LP Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
Coyne, Kevin - Pointing The Finger Pointing The Finger
Pop Used - LP BRED 23 Cherry Red
1981 UK Original In Shrink Wrap With Import Sticker.... more details
 
Coyne, Kevin - Marjory Razor Blade Marjory Razor Blade
Pop Used - LP VD 2501 Virgin
1973 UK 2LP Twin Virgins, White Label Original Housed In A Gatefold Cover. Both Lps Appear Glossy, Unplayed. “Of The Four Or Five Kevin Coyne Albums That Fans Routinely Describe As His Best Ever, Marjory Razorblade Is By Far The Best Known In The Wider World, A Consequence Not Only Of The Enormous Critical Splash It Made Upon Its Original Release In 1973, But Also Because Of The Ripples It Continued Sending Out Long After The Fact. Four Years Later, Sex Pistol Johnny Rotten Singled Out The Album's "Eastbourne Ladies" As One Of His All-Time Favorite Records, While The Strumming, Thrumming "Marlene" Is One Of Those Records Whose Failure To Become A Monster Hit Single Continues To Baffle And Bewilder. Yet "Marlene" Is Just One Highlight Amid A Storm-Tossed Sea Of The Things. The Clashing Of Coyne's Characteristically Sharp, Tuneful Poetry With Deliberately Warped Imagery Is Breathtaking. The Title Track, A Couple Of Minutes Of A Cappella Poetry Sliced Out Of The Live Favorite "Suite Marjory Razorblade," Makes An Excellent Bed For "Marlene" To Emerge From, And The Remainder Of Side One (On The Original Vinyl) Rattles Along With Express-Train Precision, Bound For The Furious Blues Boogie Of The Aforementioned "Eastbourne Ladies," A Compulsive Examination Of The Elderly Inhabitants Of That (And Every Other) English Seaside Town. But The Ramshackle "Karate King," Sounding Like It's Being Sung Through A Telephone Receiver, The Scarcely In-Tune And Barely Controlled "Dog Latin," Offering An Acerbic Vision Of The Decline Of Catholic Worship, And "Good Boy," A Headmasterly Recitation Of Praise That Twists Almost Imperceptibly Into Viciousness And Scorn, Jab Your Ears Like Thumbtacks Embedded In The Cushions Of A Comfortable Chair, To Ensure That, No Matter How Much You Wind Up Loving Marjory Razorblade, You Will Never Feel Completely At Ease With Her. Yes, There Are Four Or Five Kevin Coyne Albums That Can Be Described As His Best. But Marjory Razorblade Remains The Greatest Of Them All.” Dave Thompson, AMG.... more details
 
Coyne, Kevin - In Living Black And White In Living Black And White
Pop Used - LP PZ 34757 Virgin
1976 Promo Label With Custom Inner Sleeve. Promotional Timing Strip On Front Cover. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. “Recorded Live During 1976, As Kevin Coyne Toured To Promote His Heartburn Album, In Living Black & White Is A Superlative Souvenir Of One Of Britain's Most Idiosyncratic Singer/Songwriters At The Peak Of His Abilities. In The Three Years That Had Elapsed Since The Critical Breakthrough Of Marjory Razorblade, Coyne's Roughshod Take On Anguished Blues-Flavored Art Rock Had Developed A Tautness Akin To Listening With A Cheese Wire Wrapped Around Your Eardrums, With The Fine Edge Of The Concert Experience Tightening The Noose Even Further. The Result, While Able To Deliver Only One Half Of The Full Experience (The Dyspeptic Visuals Are Necessarily Absent), Ranks Among The Most Exciting Live Albums Of The Age." All Music Guide.... more details
 

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