Dolby, Thomas

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Airhead
New - 12 - V 56086
Sealed 1988 12 Inch Picture Sleeve. B/W "Budapest By Blimp." more
Aliens Ate My Buick
Used - LP - 48075
1988 Original Still In Shrink Wrap. Saw Cut. Vinyl Appears Pristine. more
Aliens Ate My Buick
New - LP - 48075
Sealed 1988 Original With Saw Cut. more
Astronauts & Heretics
New - LP - V 2701
Sealed 1992 UK Only Vinyl. more
Blinded By Science
New - LP - MLP 15007
Sealed 1983 Original 5 Song Mini LP With Gold Promo Stamp On Front Cover. more
Blinded By Science
Used - LP - MLP 15007
1983 Original 5 Song Mini LP. Tiny Corner Ding. more
Flat Earth
Used - LP - ST 12309
1984 US Original Jacksonville Pressing With Custom Inner Sleeve. "Exceptionally Mature For A Sophomore Effort, The Flat Earth Has Held Up Considerably Well Since Its 1984 Release. This Staying Power Belongs To A Fantastic Ensemble Of Supporting Players As Much As To Thomas Dolby's Songwriting And Crisp Production. "Dissidents" Steps In Cautiously And Conjures Images Of Blacklisted Authors And Ugly Snow, Gray From Oppression. Here And Elsewhere, Matthew Seligman's Bass Is A Welcome Addition -- Throughout The Album His Work Is Lavish, Growling, Popping Through Octaves, Funk-a-fied And Twinkling With Harmonics. The Title Track, "The Flat Earth," Is A Wondrous R&b Daydream Of Piano And Motown Stabs Of Rhythm Guitar. "Screen Kiss" Has A Similarly Ethereal Quality, And The Lyrics Are Lush With Imagery, If Occasionally Cryptic. "White City"'s Drug Reference And Chugging Groove Are As Murky As They Are Energizing, So New Wavers Might Find Themselves Frowning A Bit On The Dancefloor. Then There Is "Mulu The Rain Forest," A Globally Minded Curiosity Of Foreboding And Disorienting Samples That Certainly Feels A Long Way Off From The Golden Age Of Wireless. Dolby Gets Points For Shrugging Off Any Obligation To Formula, But This Voodoo Spell Has An Adverse Effect On The Rest Of The Album. What Follows Is Certainly A Graceful Recovery -- His Rendition Of 1967's "I Scare Myself" Is A Balmy Jazz Club Cocktail -- Faithfully Nostalgic, Right Down To A Bittersweet Trombone Solo From Peter Thomas. "Hyperactive" Is, And Always Was, One Part Bizarre To Two Parts Infectious. Guest Vocalist Adele Bertei Fuels The Fire Of What Was Already Destined To Be A Memorable Diversion, Beyond The Reach Of Top 40. Thomas Dolby's Work On The Flat Earth Harks Back To A Time When Songs Mattered More Than Videos, Even As Mtv Was Discovering Its Strength. Last Time The Songwriter Blinded Us With Science; This Time It's Musicianship." AMG - Glenn Swan. more
Flat Earth
New - LP - ST 12309
Sealed Original, Gold Promo Stamp On Front Cover. Features The Wondrous R&B Daydream Title Track, In Fact The Whole Album Hearkens Back To a Time When The Songs Mattered More Than The Video. more
Flat Earth
New - LP - ST 12309
Sealed 1984 Original With Gold Promo Stamp On Front Cover. Small Area Beneath Promo Stamp Has Been Cut (See Scan), Hence Reduce Price. Features The Wondrous R&B Daydream Title Track, In Fact The Whole Album Hearkens Back To a Time When The Songs Mattered More Than The Video. more
Forty
New - LP - 014
Sealed 2004 LP. "...This Entertaining, Superbly Recorded And Self-Produced Live 40th Birthday EP Demonstrates A Man Who Is More A Techno-Hipster Romantic Than A Novelty Song Writer, And More A Sonic Gourmet Than A Technofile...The Carefully Drawn Arrangements Are Spare, Striking And Intimate; The Recording, Though Digital, Is Startlingly Three-Dimensional, Delicate And Transparent. Whatever You Think 'Digital' Sounds Like, Please Check It At The Door. This Set Was Recorded On An Old TASCAM D-88 Multi-Track Digital Recorder Off The Mixing Board And It Will Amaze You. Don't Ask Me What Engineer Todd Wollersheim Did To Achieve These Results...A Pleasant Surprise And Highly Recommended For Music And Three Dimensional, Transparent Sound - And Don't Let The Digital Recording Stop You!" Music = 8/11; Sound = 9/11" - Michael Fremer, www.musicangle.com more
Golden Age Of Wireless
New - LP - ST 12203
Sealed 1983 Original, Clean Cut Out Hole. Dolby On Stage Alternate Cover. This Copy Comes From The Personal Archives Of Dr. Demento. more
Golden Age Of Wireless
New - LP - ST 12271
Sealed 1983 Original. Gold Promo Stamp On Cover And Part Of The Custom "She Blinded Me With Science" Hype Sticker On Shrink Wrap. “Talk To Anyone Who Was The Right Age In The Early '80s For Both Pop Radio And The Dawn Of MTV, And "She Blinded Me With Science" Will Inevitably Come Up. The Most Famous Song From The Reissued Version Of The Album, It's A Defiantly Quirky, Strange Number That Mixes Its Pop Hooks With Unusual Keyboard Melodies Pitched Very Low And A Recurrent Spoken Word Interjection ("Science!") From Guest Vocalist/Video Star Magnus Pike. To Thomas Dolby's Credit, The Rest Of The Album Isn't Simply That Song Over And Over Again, Making The Golden Age Of Wireless An Intriguing And Often Very Entertaining Curio From The Glory Days Of Synth Pop. Part Of The Album's Overall Appeal Is The Range Of Participating Musicians, No Doubt Thanks In Part To Dolby's Own Considerable Range Of Musical Work Elsewhere. "She Blinded Me With Science" Itself Features Kevin Armstrong On Guitar, Matthew Seligman On Bass, Mega-Producer Robert "Mutt" Lange On Backing Vocals, And Co-Production With Tim Friese-Greene. Elsewhere, Andy Partridge Contributes Harmonica, Mute Records Founding Genius Daniel Miller Adds Keyboards, And Lene Lovich Adds Some Vocals Of Her Own. The Overall Result Is Still First And Foremost Dolby's, With Echoes Of David Bowie's And Bryan Ferry's Elegantly Wasted Late-'70s Personas Setting The Stage. Especially Fine Numbers Include The Amusing Romp "Europa And The Pirate Twins" And The Nostalgia-Touched, Just Mysterious Enough "One Of Our Submarines.” Ned Raggett, AMG. more
Golden Age Of Wireless
Used - LP - EMS 81494
1984 Pressing With Lyric Insert. “Talk To Anyone Who Was The Right Age In The Early '80s For Both Pop Radio And The Dawn Of MTV, And "She Blinded Me With Science" Will Inevitably Come Up. The Most Famous Song From The Reissued Version Of The Album, It's A Defiantly Quirky, Strange Number That Mixes Its Pop Hooks With Unusual Keyboard Melodies Pitched Very Low And A Recurrent Spoken Word Interjection ("Science!") From Guest Vocalist/Video Star Magnus Pike. To Thomas Dolby's Credit, The Rest Of The Album Isn't Simply That Song Over And Over Again, Making The Golden Age Of Wireless An Intriguing And Often Very Entertaining Curio From The Glory Days Of Synth Pop. Part Of The Album's Overall Appeal Is The Range Of Participating Musicians, No Doubt Thanks In Part To Dolby's Own Considerable Range Of Musical Work Elsewhere. "She Blinded Me With Science" Itself Features Kevin Armstrong On Guitar, Matthew Seligman On Bass, Mega-Producer Robert "Mutt" Lange On Backing Vocals, And Co-Production With Tim Friese-Greene. Elsewhere, Andy Partridge Contributes Harmonica, Mute Records Founding Genius Daniel Miller Adds Keyboards, And Lene Lovich Adds Some Vocals Of Her Own. The Overall Result Is Still First And Foremost Dolby's, With Echoes Of David Bowie's And Bryan Ferry's Elegantly Wasted Late-'70s Personas Setting The Stage. Especially Fine Numbers Include The Amusing Romp "Europa And The Pirate Twins" And The Nostalgia-Touched, Just Mysterious Enough "One Of Our Submarines.” Ned Raggett, AMG. more
Golden Age Of Wireless
Used - LP - EMS 81604
Beautiful Japanese Pressing With Obi. more
Golden Age Of Wireless
Used - LP - ZR25-894
Near Mint 1982 Original Japanese Issue With Obi And Insert. Top Right Corner Crease, Hence Super Price. more
Golden Age Of Wireless
Used - LP - ST 12271
1983 US Reissue On Purple Capitol Label; Jacksonville Pressing. Light Bag Rash, Plays VG++/NM-. Still In Shrink With Custom Hype Sticker. This Version Incorrect The Credits Of T. Kerr On Jacket And Label. “Talk To Anyone Who Was The Right Age In The Early '80s For Both Pop Radio And The Dawn Of MTV, And "She Blinded Me With Science" Will Inevitably Come Up. The Most Famous Song From The Reissued Version Of The Album, It's A Defiantly Quirky, Strange Number That Mixes Its Pop Hooks With Unusual Keyboard Melodies Pitched Very Low And A Recurrent Spoken Word Interjection ("Science!") From Guest Vocalist/Video Star Magnus Pike. To Thomas Dolby's Credit, The Rest Of The Album Isn't Simply That Song Over And Over Again, Making The Golden Age Of Wireless An Intriguing And Often Very Entertaining Curio From The Glory Days Of Synth Pop. Part Of The Album's Overall Appeal Is The Range Of Participating Musicians, No Doubt Thanks In Part To Dolby's Own Considerable Range Of Musical Work Elsewhere. "She Blinded Me With Science" Itself Features Kevin Armstrong On Guitar, Matthew Seligman On Bass, Mega-Producer Robert "Mutt" Lange On Backing Vocals, And Co-Production With Tim Friese-Greene. Elsewhere, Andy Partridge Contributes Harmonica, Mute Records Founding Genius Daniel Miller Adds Keyboards, And Lene Lovich Adds Some Vocals Of Her Own. The Overall Result Is Still First And Foremost Dolby's, With Echoes Of David Bowie's And Bryan Ferry's Elegantly Wasted Late-'70s Personas Setting The Stage. Especially Fine Numbers Include The Amusing Romp "Europa And The Pirate Twins" And The Nostalgia-Touched, Just Mysterious Enough "One Of Our Submarines.” Ned Raggett, AMG. more
Golden Age Of Wireless
Used - LP - ST 12271
1983 US Reissue On Purple Capitol Label; This Version Has Only Incorrect Credits On Label And Back Cover As "T. Kerr". Cover Has A Small Corner Bump & A Few Small Edge Crease Lines. “Talk To Anyone Who Was The Right Age In The Early '80s For Both Pop Radio And The Dawn Of MTV, And "She Blinded Me With Science" Will Inevitably Come Up. The Most Famous Song From The Reissued Version Of The Album, It's A Defiantly Quirky, Strange Number That Mixes Its Pop Hooks With Unusual Keyboard Melodies Pitched Very Low And A Recurrent Spoken Word Interjection ("Science!") From Guest Vocalist/Video Star Magnus Pike. To Thomas Dolby's Credit, The Rest Of The Album Isn't Simply That Song Over And Over Again, Making The Golden Age Of Wireless An Intriguing And Often Very Entertaining Curio From The Glory Days Of Synth Pop. Part Of The Album's Overall Appeal Is The Range Of Participating Musicians, No Doubt Thanks In Part To Dolby's Own Considerable Range Of Musical Work Elsewhere. "She Blinded Me With Science" Itself Features Kevin Armstrong On Guitar, Matthew Seligman On Bass, Mega-Producer Robert "Mutt" Lange On Backing Vocals, And Co-Production With Tim Friese-Greene. Elsewhere, Andy Partridge Contributes Harmonica, Mute Records Founding Genius Daniel Miller Adds Keyboards, And Lene Lovich Adds Some Vocals Of Her Own. The Overall Result Is Still First And Foremost Dolby's, With Echoes Of David Bowie's And Bryan Ferry's Elegantly Wasted Late-'70s Personas Setting The Stage. Especially Fine Numbers Include The Amusing Romp "Europa And The Pirate Twins" And The Nostalgia-Touched, Just Mysterious Enough "One Of Our Submarines.” Ned Raggett, AMG. more
Golden Age Of Wireless
Used - LP - ST 12271
1983 US Reissue On Purple Capitol Label; This Version Has "T. Kerr" & "J. Kerr" Credits On Rear Cover With Correct "J. Kerr" Credits On Label. “Talk To Anyone Who Was The Right Age In The Early '80s For Both Pop Radio And The Dawn Of MTV, And "She Blinded Me With Science" Will Inevitably Come Up. The Most Famous Song From The Reissued Version Of The Album, It's A Defiantly Quirky, Strange Number That Mixes Its Pop Hooks With Unusual Keyboard Melodies Pitched Very Low And A Recurrent Spoken Word Interjection ("Science!") From Guest Vocalist/Video Star Magnus Pike. To Thomas Dolby's Credit, The Rest Of The Album Isn't Simply That Song Over And Over Again, Making The Golden Age Of Wireless An Intriguing And Often Very Entertaining Curio From The Glory Days Of Synth Pop. Part Of The Album's Overall Appeal Is The Range Of Participating Musicians, No Doubt Thanks In Part To Dolby's Own Considerable Range Of Musical Work Elsewhere. "She Blinded Me With Science" Itself Features Kevin Armstrong On Guitar, Matthew Seligman On Bass, Mega-Producer Robert "Mutt" Lange On Backing Vocals, And Co-Production With Tim Friese-Greene. Elsewhere, Andy Partridge Contributes Harmonica, Mute Records Founding Genius Daniel Miller Adds Keyboards, And Lene Lovich Adds Some Vocals Of Her Own. The Overall Result Is Still First And Foremost Dolby's, With Echoes Of David Bowie's And Bryan Ferry's Elegantly Wasted Late-'70s Personas Setting The Stage. Especially Fine Numbers Include The Amusing Romp "Europa And The Pirate Twins" And The Nostalgia-Touched, Just Mysterious Enough "One Of Our Submarines.” Ned Raggett, AMG. more
Gothic
New - LP - 90607-1
Sealed 1987 Original Pressing Of This Soundtrack To The Ken Russell Film. Saw Cut. more
Gothic
Used - LP - V 2417
Looks Unplayed. more
Gothic
Used - LP - 90607
1987 Original Soundtrack, Gold Promo Stamp On Cover. more
Gothic
New - LP - 90607
Sealed, Hard To Find 1987 Soundtrack To The Ken Russell Film. Saw Cut. more
Hot Sauce
New - 12 - 12 MT 59
Sealed 1988 3 Track Picture Sleeve 12 Inch. more
Hyper-Active!
New - 12 - 8576
Sealed 1983 Picture Sleeve 12 Inch. more
Hyperactive
Used - 12 - 8576
Near Mint 1984 2 Track 12 Inch. more
May The Cube Be With You
Used - 12 - 12R 6100
3 Track 12" Picture Sleeve. 45rpm. Die-Cut Cover. more
She Blinded Me With Science (Extended Version)
Used - 12 - 12 VIPS 104
1982 UK 45rpm 12 Inch Single Housed In A Full Color Picture Sleeve. B/W One Of Our Submarines. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
She Blinded Me With Science (Extended Version)
Used - 12 - 12 VIPS 104
1982 UK 45rpm 12 Inch Single Housed In A Full Color Picture Sleeve. B/W One Of Our Submarines. Vinyl Appears Glossy. Hint Of Ring Wear more
Sole Inhabitant
New - LP - IH51
Sealed 2008 2LP Gatefold Live Recording With Custom Hype Sticker. Includes Five Tracks Not Found On CD. 4 1/2 Stars In All Music Guide. more
The Flat Earth
New - LP - ST 12309
Sealed 1984 Original, Gold Promo Stamp On Front Cover And Rare Song Hype Sticker On Shrink Wrap. Features The Wondrous R&B Daydream Title Track, In Fact The Whole Album Hearkens Back To a Time When The Songs Mattered More Than The Video. more
The Flat Earth
Used - LP - EMS 81645
Japanese Pressing With Obi. more
The Flat Earth
Used - LP - ST-12309
1985 US Original, Jacksonville Press With Custom Printed Inner Sleeve. Gentle Rubs & Light Crease To Cover. Glossy Vinyl. "Exceptionally Mature For A Sophomore Effort, The Flat Earth Has Held Up Considerably Well Since Its 1984 Release. This Staying Power Belongs To A Fantastic Ensemble Of Supporting Players As Much As To Thomas Dolby's Songwriting And Crisp Production. "Dissidents" Steps In Cautiously And Conjures Images Of Blacklisted Authors And Ugly Snow, Gray From Oppression. Here And Elsewhere, Matthew Seligman's Bass Is A Welcome Addition -- Throughout The Album His Work Is Lavish, Growling, Popping Through Octaves, Funk-A-Fied And Twinkling With Harmonics. The Title Track, "The Flat Earth," Is A Wondrous R&B Daydream Of Piano And Motown Stabs Of Rhythm Guitar. "Screen Kiss" Has A Similarly Ethereal Quality, And The Lyrics Are Lush With Imagery, If Occasionally Cryptic. "White City"'s Drug Reference And Chugging Groove Are As Murky As They Are Energizing, So New Wavers Might Find Themselves Frowning A Bit On The Dancefloor. Then There Is "Mulu The Rain Forest," A Globally Minded Curiosity Of Foreboding And Disorienting Samples That Certainly Feels A Long Way Off From The Golden Age Of Wireless. Dolby Gets Points For Shrugging Off Any Obligation To Formula, But This Voodoo Spell Has An Adverse Effect On The Rest Of The Album. What Follows Is Certainly A Graceful Recovery -- His Rendition Of 1967's "I Scare Myself" Is A Balmy Jazz Club Cocktail -- Faithfully Nostalgic, Right Down To A Bittersweet Trombone Solo From Peter Thomas. "Hyperactive" Is, And Always Was, One Part Bizarre To Two Parts Infectious. Guest Vocalist Adele Bertei Fuels The Fire Of What Was Already Destined To Be A Memorable Diversion, Beyond The Reach Of Top 40. Thomas Dolby's Work On The Flat Earth Harks Back To A Time When Songs Mattered More Than Videos, Even As Mtv Was Discovering Its Strength. Last Time The Songwriter Blinded Us With Science; This Time It's Musicianship." AMG - Glenn Swan. more
The Flat Earth
Used Import - EMS-81645
1984 Japanese First Pressing With Lyric Insert And Obi. LP Appears New, Unplayed. Also Includes A 1984 24 Page Color Tour Program. more
The Golden Age Of Wireless
New - LP - ST 12271
Sealed 1983 Original. Gold Promo Stamp On Cover And Custom "She Blinded Me With Science" Hype Sticker On Shrink Wrap. “Talk To Anyone Who Was The Right Age In The Early '80s For Both Pop Radio And The Dawn Of MTV, And "She Blinded Me With Science" Will Inevitably Come Up. The Most Famous Song From The Reissued Version Of The Album, It's A Defiantly Quirky, Strange Number That Mixes Its Pop Hooks With Unusual Keyboard Melodies Pitched Very Low And A Recurrent Spoken Word Interjection ("Science!") From Guest Vocalist/Video Star Magnus Pike. To Thomas Dolby's Credit, The Rest Of The Album Isn't Simply That Song Over And Over Again, Making The Golden Age Of Wireless An Intriguing And Often Very Entertaining Curio From The Glory Days Of Synth Pop. Part Of The Album's Overall Appeal Is The Range Of Participating Musicians, No Doubt Thanks In Part To Dolby's Own Considerable Range Of Musical Work Elsewhere. "She Blinded Me With Science" Itself Features Kevin Armstrong On Guitar, Matthew Seligman On Bass, Mega-Producer Robert "Mutt" Lange On Backing Vocals, And Co-Production With Tim Friese-Greene. Elsewhere, Andy Partridge Contributes Harmonica, Mute Records Founding Genius Daniel Miller Adds Keyboards, And Lene Lovich Adds Some Vocals Of Her Own. The Overall Result Is Still First And Foremost Dolby's, With Echoes Of David Bowie's And Bryan Ferry's Elegantly Wasted Late-'70s Personas Setting The Stage. Especially Fine Numbers Include The Amusing Romp "Europa And The Pirate Twins" And The Nostalgia-Touched, Just Mysterious Enough "One Of Our Submarines.” Ned Raggett, AMG. more

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