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If - Not Just Another Bunch Of Pretty Faces Not Just Another Bunch Of Pretty Faces
Pop New - LP ST 11299 Capitol
Sealed 1974 Original. Crisp Corners, No Cut-Out Holes.... more details
 
If - 2 2
Pop Used - LP SW 676 Capitol
Beautiful 1970 Green Label Original, Clean COH. A Jazz-Rock Classic Featuring Dick Morrissey And Dave Quincy.... more details
 
If - If If
Pop New - LP ST 539 Capitol
Factory Sealed Silver Foil Jacket Original. "If's First Album Came Out In The Summer Of 1970, While Most Horn-Driven Jazz-Rock Bands Were Still Mimicking The Successful Formula Employed By Chicago And Blood, Sweat & Tears. If Was Different, With More Of A Jazz Feel On Both The Instrumental And The Vocal Ends. The Material On If Provides Plenty Of Room For Reedmen Dave Quincy And Dick Morrissey, Plus Guitarist Terry Smith, To Stretch Out. Though Not Particularly Deep Or Profound, The Lyrics Nonetheless Express The Positive, Optimistic Sentiments Prevalent At The Time. J.W. Hodgkinson's Unusual Tenor Vocal Timbre Fits Like A Lead Instrument In The Mix, Soaring Above And Within The Arrangements. "What Can A Friend Say" Kicks The Album Off In Fine Style, Setting The Parameters Within Which The Band Works Throughout The Rest Of The Disc, With The Horns Complementing Hodgkinson's Rendering Of The Verses, Which Wrap Around Excellent, Extended Sax And Guitar Solos. The Instrumental, "What Did I Say About The Box, Jack?" Showcases Quincy's High-Octane Flute Work And The Speedy Fingers Of Guitarist Smith. The Album Continues In The Same Consistently Excellent Vein, With The Ballad "Dockland" Providing A Beautiful Respite Toward The End Of The Album." Jim Newsom, AMG.... more details
 
If - Tea-Break Over Back On Your 'Eads! Tea-Break Over Back On Your 'Eads!
Pop Used - LP ST 11344 Capitol
1974 Original Still In Shrink Wrap. Features Dick Morrisey On Saxes. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
If - Double Diamond Double Diamond
Pop New - LP BML1-0174 Metromedia
Sealed 1973 Original.... more details
 
If - 2 2
Jazz Used - LP SW 676 Capitol
1970 Green Label With Purple Logo Original In Shrink Wrap. A Jazz-Rock Classic Featuring Dick Morrissey And Dave Quincy. Includes A Super Press Kit Folder With 8x10 Glossy And 6 Pages Of Info About The Group Plus Reviews. Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
If - 3 3
Pop Used - LP SMAS 820 Capitol
Rare 1970 Green Label With Purple Logo Gatefold Original. LP Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
If - Double Diamond Double Diamond
Prog Used - LP BML1-0174 Metromedia
1973 Prog Rock Original.... more details
 
If - Not Just Another Bunch Of Pretty Faces Not Just Another Bunch Of Pretty Faces
Prog New - LP ST 11299 Capitol
Sealed 1974 Original Housed In A Textured Jacket With Custom Inner Sleeve. Clean Cut Out Hole. “If Was Great Britain's Contribution To The Jazz-Rock Movement Begun And Popularized In The Late '60s/Early '70s By Blood, Sweat & Tears And Chicago. Formed In 1969 By Melody Maker Jazz Poll Winners Dave Quincy, Dick Morrissey, And Terry Smith, The Band Never Found Popular Success In The United States. However, If Produced Several Albums Noteworthy For Placing Jazz Players In A Pop/Rock Band Context And Producing A True Fusion Of The Two Genres Without Diluting The Players' Improvisational Skills. Unlike Most Of Their Horn-Band Contemporaries, If Had No Brass Players In The Band, Relying Solely On The Saxophones Of Dick Morrissey And The Flute And Saxophones Of Dave Quincy. But What Really Gave If Its Unique Sound Were The Vocals Of J.W. Hodgkinson And The Guitar Of Terry Smith. Hodgkinson's Vocal Timbre Was Unusual -- Smooth, Flexible, And Strong In The High End, Sounding Like No Other Vocalist. Smith's Trebly Guitar Sound Was Also Unique, Combining A Rocker's Use Of Sustain With The Jazz Fluency Of Wes Montgomery And Django Reinhardt.” All Music Guide.... more details
 
If - If3 If3
Jazz New - LP SMAS 820 Capitol
Sealed 1970 Green Label With Purple Logo Gatefold Original. Tiny Cut Out Hole. “If3 Continues In The Same Jazz-Rock Vein As Its Predecessors, With Strong Solo Work From Reedmen Dave Quincy And Dick Morrissey, And The Unique Fretwork Of Fleet-Fingered Guitarist Terry Smith. The Material Is More Pop-Oriented Than On The Band's Previous Releases, But It's The Jazz Chops Of The Players That Place This Album A Notch Or Two Above Those Of The Other Bands Working This Genre In The Early 1970s.” Jim Newsom, AMG.... more details
 

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