Newman, Randy

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

12 Songs
Used - LP - RS 6373
1970 White Label Promo Housed In A Textured Cover. Jacket Is VG++. The Glossy LP Appears Unplayed. Features Ry Cooder. more
12 Songs
New - LP - 6373
Sealed 1970 LP, Probably A 2nd Issue. more
12 Songs
New - LP - RS 6373
Sealed 1970 Heavy Vinyl, Textured Cover Original. Features Ry Cooder. A 5 Star Rarity. more
12 Songs
Audiophile - LP - 27449
Limited Edition 180gm HQ Reissue Taken From The Original Master Tapes. Only Released In Germany In The Mid-1990s. Shrink Wrap Intact With Gold Hype Sticker. LP Appears New, Unplayed. First Copy We Have Had In Stock In 12 Years! more
12 Songs
Used - LP - RS 6373
1970 White Label Promo With Textured Cover. 1A/1A Stampers. Glossy, Unplayed Condition. Radio Station Timing Strip On Front Cover. “On His Debut Album, Randy Newman Sounded As If He Was Still Getting Used To The Notion Of Performing His Own Songs In The Studio (Despite Years Of Cutting Songwriting Demos), But Apparently He Was A Pretty Quick Study, And His Second Long-Player, 12 Songs, Was A Striking Step Forward For Newman As A Recording Artist. While Much Of Randy Newman Was Heavily Orchestrated, 12 Songs Was Cut With A Small Combo (Ry Cooder And Clarence White Take Turns On Guitar), Leaving A Lot More Room For Newman's Fats Domino-Gone-Cynical Piano And The Bluesier Side Of His Vocal Style, And Randy Sounds Far More Confident And Comfortable In This Context. Newman's Second Batch Of Songs Were Even Stronger Than His First (No Small Accomplishment), Rocking More And Grooving Harder But Losing None Of Their Intelligence And Careful Craft In The Process. "Have You Seen My Baby?" And "Mama Told Me Not To Come" Are A Pair Of Sly, Updated New Orleans-Style Rockers (Both Of Which Would Be Much-Covered In The Coming Years); "Let's Burn Down The Cornfield" And "Suzanne" Are Subtly Ominous Tales Of Love And Sex. "My Old Kentucky Home" Is A Hilarious And Quite Uncharitable Look At Life In The Deep South (Another Theme That Would Pop Up In His Later Work). Newman's Humor Started Getting More Acidic With 12 Songs, But Here Even His Most Mordant Character Studies Boast A Recognizable Humanity, Which Often Make His Subjects Both Pitiable And All The More Loathsome. Superb Material Brilliantly Executed, 12 Songs Was Randy Newman's First Great Album, And Is Still One Of His Finest Moments On Record.” more
12 Songs
New - LP - RS 6373
Sealed 1970 Original Housed In A Heavy, Textured Cover. Features Ry Cooder. more
12 Songs
Audiophile - LP - 7559-27449-1
Limited Edition 180gm HQ Reissue Taken From The Original Master Tapes. Only Released In Germany In The Mid-1990s. LP Appears New, Unplayed. more
12 Songs
Used - LP - 6373
Late 1970s Pressing. more
Born Again
Used - LP - HS 3346
1979 Original. Cut Out Hole. Inner Sleeve Has Custom Sticker (Includes Catalog Number) Warning "May Contain Language That Is Offensive To Children." Appears Unplayed. more
Born Again
Used - LP - HS 3346
1979 Original. Small Corner Ding And Light Edge Wear. more
Born Again
New - LP - HS 3346
Sealed 1979 Original, With Hype Sticker On Shrink. more
Born Again
New - LP - HS 3346
Sealed 1979 Original. Custom Offensive Language Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Saw Cut. more
Born Again
New - LP - HS 3346
Sealed 1979 Original. Custom Offensive Language Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Saw Cut. more
Born Again
Used - LP - HS 3346
1979 Original In Glossy, Unplayed Condition. more
Good Old Boys
New - LP - MS 2193
Sealed 1974 Original. Features Ry Cooder, Red Callender, Milt Holland. Saw Cut. more
Good Old Boys
Used - LP - MS 2193
Brown Promo Label. Features Ry Cooder, Red Callender, Milt Holland. more
Good Old Boys
New - LP - MS 2193
Sealed 1974 Original. Features Ry Cooder, Red Callender, Milt Holland. Clean Cut Out Hole. more
Good Old Boys
New - LP - MS 2193
Sealed Reissue, SC. more
Good Old Boys
Used - LP - K 54022
1974 UK Original, CC. A1/B1 Stampers. more
Good Old Boys
New - LP - ROGV-151
Sealed 2022 2LP Gatefold Reissue From Warner Music Group's "Run Out Groove". Mastering By Pete Weiss At Jade Cow Music Services & Lacquers Cut By Jeff Powell At Take Out Vinyl, Memphis TN. "Randy Newman's Songwriting Often Walks A Narrow Line Between Intelligent Satire And Willful Cruelty, And That Line Was Never Finer Than On The Album Good Old Boys. Newman Had Long Displayed A Fascination With The American South, And Good Old Boys Was A Song Cycle Where He Gave Free Rein To His Most Imaginative (And Venomous) Thoughts On The Subject. The Album's Scabrous Opening Cut, "Rednecks," Is Guaranteed To Offend Practically Anyone With Its Tale Of A Slow-Witted, Willfully (And Proudly) Ignorant Southerner Obsessed With "Keeping The N-----s Down." "A Wedding In Cherokee County" Is More Polite But Hardly Less Mean-Spirited, In Which An Impotent Hick Marries A Circus Freak; If The Song's Melody And Arrangement Weren't So Skillful, It Would Be Hard To Imagine Anyone Bothering With This Musical Geek Show. But Elsewhere, Good Old Boys Displays A Very Real Compassion For The Blighted History Of The South, Leavened With A Knowing Wit. "Birmingham" Is A Funny But Humane Tale Of Working-Class Alabamians, "Louisiana 1927" And "Kingfish" Are Intelligent And Powerfully Evocative Tales Of The Deep South In The Depths Of The Great Depression, And "Rollin'" Is Cheerful On The Surface And Troubling To Anyone Willing To Look Beneath It. Musically, Newman Dives Deep Into His Influences In Southern Soul And Also Adds Potent Country Accents (With The Help Of Al Perkins Pedal-Steel Guitar) While Dressing Up His Songs In Typically Expert String And Horn Arrangements. And Newman Assumes Each Character, Either Brave Or Foolish, With The Skill Of A Gifted Actor, Giving Even His Most Loathsome Characters Enough Depth That They're Human Beings, Despite Their Flaws. Good Old Boys Is One Of Newman's Finest Albums; It's Also One Of His Most Provocative And Infuriating, And That's Probably Just The Way He Wanted It." AMG Review By Mark Deming. more
Good Old Boys
New - LP - MS 2193
Sealed 1974 Original. Features Ry Cooder, Red Callender, Milt Holland. 5 Stars. No Cut Outs! “Randy Newman's Songwriting Often Walks A Narrow Line Between Intelligent Satire And Willful Cruelty, And That Line Was Never Finer Than On The Album Good Old Boys. Newman Had Long Displayed A Fascination With The American South, And Good Old Boys Was A Song Cycle Where He Gave Free Reign To His Most Imaginative (And Venomous) Thoughts On The Subject. The Album's Scabrous Opening Cut, "Rednecks," Is Guaranteed To Offend Practically Anyone With Its Tale Of A Slow-Witted, Willfully (And Proudly) Ignorant Southerner Obsessed With "Keeping The N-----S Down." "A Wedding In Cherokee County" Is More Polite But Hardly Less Mean-Spirited, In Which An Impotent Hick Marries A Circus Freak; If The Song's Melody And Arrangement Weren't So Skillful, It Would Be Hard To Imagine Anyone Bothering With This Musical Geek Show. But Elsewhere, Good Old Boys Displays A Very Real Compassion For The Blighted History Of The South, Leavened With A Knowing Wit. "Birmingham" Is A Funny But Humane Tale Of Working-Class Alabamians, "Louisiana 1927" And "Kingfish" Are Intelligent And Powerfully Evocative Tales Of The Deep South In The Depths Of The Great Depression, And "Rollin'" Is Cheerful On The Surface And Troubling To Anyone Willing To Look Beneath It. Good Old Boys Is One Of Newman's Finest Albums; It's Also One Of His Most Provocative And Infuriating, And That's Probably Just The Way He Wanted It.” Mark Deming, AMG. more
Good Old Boys
Used - LP - MS 2193
1974 Steamboat Label Original Still In Shrink. Slight Top Seam Wear. Vinyl Appears Glossy. more
Good Old Boys
Used - LP - MS 2193
1974 Original. Features Ry Cooder, Red Callender, Milt Holland. 5 Stars. No Cut Outs! “Randy Newman's Songwriting Often Walks A Narrow Line Between Intelligent Satire And Willful Cruelty, And That Line Was Never Finer Than On The Album Good Old Boys. Newman Had Long Displayed A Fascination With The American South, And Good Old Boys Was A Song Cycle Where He Gave Free Reign To His Most Imaginative (And Venomous) Thoughts On The Subject. The Album's Scabrous Opening Cut, "Rednecks," Is Guaranteed To Offend Practically Anyone With Its Tale Of A Slow-Witted, Willfully (And Proudly) Ignorant Southerner Obsessed With "Keeping The N-----S Down." "A Wedding In Cherokee County" Is More Polite But Hardly Less Mean-Spirited, In Which An Impotent Hick Marries A Circus Freak; If The Song's Melody And Arrangement Weren't So Skillful, It Would Be Hard To Imagine Anyone Bothering With This Musical Geek Show. But Elsewhere, Good Old Boys Displays A Very Real Compassion For The Blighted History Of The South, Leavened With A Knowing Wit. "Birmingham" Is A Funny But Humane Tale Of Working-Class Alabamians, "Louisiana 1927" And "Kingfish" Are Intelligent And Powerfully Evocative Tales Of The Deep South In The Depths Of The Great Depression, And "Rollin'" Is Cheerful On The Surface And Troubling To Anyone Willing To Look Beneath It. Good Old Boys Is One Of Newman's Finest Albums; It's Also One Of His Most Provocative And Infuriating, And That's Probably Just The Way He Wanted It.” Mark Deming, AMG. more
I Love L.A. / Take Me Back / The Blues / My Life Is Good
Used - LP - PRO-A-1097
Rare 4 Track Promo Only Label EP Featuring Backing Vocals By Lindsay Buckingham And Christine McVie. more
Land Of Dreams
Used - LP - 25773
1988 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Produced By Mark Knopfler. “Unlike His Contemporaries In The Singer/Songwriter Community, Randy Newman Has Displayed Little Interest In Writing About Himself, With Nearly Every Song In His Repertoire Set In The Voice Of Some Imagined Character. So 1988's Land Of Dreams Was Startling Because Its First Three Songs Formed A Triptych About Newman's Childhood; For The First Time On One Of His Albums, Newman Was Clearly Writing About His Own Life, And The Results Were Extraordinary. "Dixie Flyer" Tells How Newman And His Mother Came To Move From Los Angeles To New Orleans During World War II; "New Orleans Wins The War" Introduces Young Newman To The Issues Of Race In The Deep South As He Ponders The Odd Realities Of Life In "The City That Care Forgot"; In "Four Eyes," Cross-Eyed Newman Is Forced To Confront Responsibility (And Cruelty) For The First Time On His First Day In School.” Mark Deming, All Music. more
Land Of Dreams
Used - LP - 25773
1988 Light Blue & Yellow Label Original In Glossy, Unplayed Condition. Includes Custom Inner Sleeve. Produced By Mark Knopfler. “Unlike His Contemporaries In The Singer/Songwriter Community, Randy Newman Has Displayed Little Interest In Writing About Himself, With Nearly Every Song In His Repertoire Set In The Voice Of Some Imagined Character. So 1988's Land Of Dreams Was Startling Because Its First Three Songs Formed A Triptych About Newman's Childhood; For The First Time On One Of His Albums, Newman Was Clearly Writing About His Own Life, And The Results Were Extraordinary. "Dixie Flyer" Tells How Newman And His Mother Came To Move From Los Angeles To New Orleans During World War II; "New Orleans Wins The War" Introduces Young Newman To The Issues Of Race In The Deep South As He Ponders The Odd Realities Of Life In "The City That Care Forgot"; In "Four Eyes," Cross-Eyed Newman Is Forced To Confront Responsibility (And Cruelty) For The First Time On His First Day In School.” Mark Deming, All Music. more
Land Of Dreams
New - LP - 9 25773-1
Sealed1988 Original DMM Pressing With Saw Cut. Radio Promo Hype Sticker On Shrink. Produced By Mark Knopfler. “Unlike His Contemporaries In The Singer/Songwriter Community, Randy Newman Has Displayed Little Interest In Writing About Himself, With Nearly Every Song In His Repertoire Set In The Voice Of Some Imagined Character. So 1988's Land Of Dreams Was Startling Because Its First Three Songs Formed A Triptych About Newman's Childhood; For The First Time On One Of His Albums, Newman Was Clearly Writing About His Own Life, And The Results Were Extraordinary. "Dixie Flyer" Tells How Newman And His Mother Came To Move From Los Angeles To New Orleans During World War II; "New Orleans Wins The War" Introduces Young Newman To The Issues Of Race In The Deep South As He Ponders The Odd Realities Of Life In "The City That Care Forgot"; In "Four Eyes," Cross-Eyed Newman Is Forced To Confront Responsibility (And Cruelty) For The First Time On His First Day In School.” Mark Deming, All Music. more
Land Of Dreams
New - LP - 25773
Sealed 1988 Vinyl. Clean COH. First Sealed Copy We Have Seen In Four Years. Produced By Mark Knopfler. “Unlike His Contemporaries In The Singer/Songwriter Community, Randy Newman Has Displayed Little Interest In Writing About Himself, With Nearly Every Song In His Repertoire Set In The Voice Of Some Imagined Character. So 1988's Land Of Dreams Was Startling Because Its First Three Songs Formed A Triptych About Newman's Childhood; For The First Time On One Of His Albums, Newman Was Clearly Writing About His Own Life, And The Results Were Extraordinary. "Dixie Flyer" Tells How Newman And His Mother Came To Move From Los Angeles To New Orleans During World War II; "New Orleans Wins The War" Introduces Young Newman To The Issues Of Race In The Deep South As He Ponders The Odd Realities Of Life In "The City That Care Forgot"; In "Four Eyes," Cross-Eyed Newman Is Forced To Confront Responsibility (And Cruelty) For The First Time On His First Day In School.” Mark Deming, All Music. more
Land Of Dreams
New - LP - 25773
Sealed 1988 Original Produced By Mark Knopfler. “Unlike His Contemporaries In The Singer/Songwriter Community, Randy Newman Has Displayed Little Interest In Writing About Himself, With Nearly Every Song In His Repertoire Set In The Voice Of Some Imagined Character. So 1988's Land Of Dreams Was Startling Because Its First Three Songs Formed A Triptych About Newman's Childhood; For The First Time On One Of His Albums, Newman Was Clearly Writing About His Own Life, And The Results Were Extraordinary. "Dixie Flyer" Tells How Newman And His Mother Came To Move From Los Angeles To New Orleans During World War II; "New Orleans Wins The War" Introduces Young Newman To The Issues Of Race In The Deep South As He Ponders The Odd Realities Of Life In "The City That Care Forgot"; In "Four Eyes," Cross-Eyed Newman Is Forced To Confront Responsibility (And Cruelty) For The First Time On His First Day In School.” Mark Deming, All Music. more
Land Of Dreams
Used - LP - 25773
1988 Album With Gold Promo Stamp On Cover And Custom Inner Sleeve. Produced By Mark Knopfler. “Unlike His Contemporaries In The Singer/Songwriter Community, Randy Newman Has Displayed Little Interest In Writing About Himself, With Nearly Every Song In His Repertoire Set In The Voice Of Some Imagined Character. So 1988's Land Of Dreams Was Startling Because Its First Three Songs Formed A Triptych About Newman's Childhood; For The First Time On One Of His Albums, Newman Was Clearly Writing About His Own Life, And The Results Were Extraordinary. "Dixie Flyer" Tells How Newman And His Mother Came To Move From Los Angeles To New Orleans During World War II; "New Orleans Wins The War" Introduces Young Newman To The Issues Of Race In The Deep South As He Ponders The Odd Realities Of Life In "The City That Care Forgot"; In "Four Eyes," Cross-Eyed Newman Is Forced To Confront Responsibility (And Cruelty) For The First Time On His First Day In School.” Mark Deming, All Music. more
Land Of Dreams
New - LP - 25773
Sealed 1988 Original Produced By Mark Knopfler. Small Saw Cut. “Unlike His Contemporaries In The Singer/Songwriter Community, Randy Newman Has Displayed Little Interest In Writing About Himself, With Nearly Every Song In His Repertoire Set In The Voice Of Some Imagined Character. So 1988's Land Of Dreams Was Startling Because Its First Three Songs Formed A Triptych About Newman's Childhood; For The First Time On One Of His Albums, Newman Was Clearly Writing About His Own Life, And The Results Were Extraordinary. "Dixie Flyer" Tells How Newman And His Mother Came To Move From Los Angeles To New Orleans During World War II; "New Orleans Wins The War" Introduces Young Newman To The Issues Of Race In The Deep South As He Ponders The Odd Realities Of Life In "The City That Care Forgot"; In "Four Eyes," Cross-Eyed Newman Is Forced To Confront Responsibility (And Cruelty) For The First Time On His First Day In School.” Mark Deming, All Music. more
Little Creatures
Audiophile - LP - 27321
Sealed, Out Of Print 180gm HQ Vinyl Revival Series. Large Top Corner Crease. more
Little Criminals
New - LP - BSK 3079
Sealed 1977 Original. The Classic 70's Singer Song Writer Album Including The Hit "Short People". Guest Appearances By Glen Frey, Don Henley, Joe Walsh, Ry Cooder And J.D. Souther Among Others. Cut Out. more
Little Criminals
Used - LP - BSK 3079
1977 Original Still In Shrink. Featuress Ry Cooder, Joe Walsh, Klaus Voorman, Glen Frey, Don Henley And Others. Tiny Corner Ding. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Little Criminals
Used - LP - BSK 3079
1977 Original With Promo Sticker On Cover. Guest Appearances By Glen Frey, Don Henley, Joe Walsh, Ry Cooder And J.D. Souther Among Others. more
Little Criminals
Audiophile - LP - K 56404
Sealed And Pristine UK Supercut Rarity Distributed By The Long Defunct Hi-Fi Plus Magazine. Pressed At The World-Renowned Nimbus Pressing Plant In Wales. This Is A Very Hard To Find Title And The First Sealed Copy We Have Ever Seen. more
Little Criminals
New - LP - BSK 3079
Sealed 1977 Original. The Classic 70's Singer Song Writer Album Including The Hit "Short People". Guest Appearances By Glen Frey, Don Henley, Joe Walsh, Ry Cooder And J.D. Souther Among Others. Very Clean Copy. more
Little Criminals
Audiophile - LP - 7599-27321
Sealed, Long Out Of Print, Numbered Limited Edition 180gm Import From The Short-Lived Vinyl Revival Series. This Is Low Number 0111. more
Little Criminals
Used - LP - BSK 3079
1977 Original With Promo Sticker On Cover. Guest Appearances By Glen Frey, Don Henley, Joe Walsh, Ry Cooder And J.D. Souther Among Others. more
Little Criminals
Used - LP - BSK 3079
1977 Original. Guest Appearances By Glen Frey, Don Henley, Joe Walsh, Ry Cooder And J.D. Souther Among Others. Nice VG++ Copy! more
Little Criminals
New - LP - BSK 3079
Sealed 1977 Original. The Classic 70's Singer Song Writer Album Including The Hit "Short People". Guest Appearances By Glen Frey, Don Henley, Joe Walsh, Ry Cooder And J.D. Souther Among Others. Very Clean Copy. more
Live
New - LP - RS 6459
Sealed 1971 Original. Clean Cut-Out Hole. Recorded At The Bitter End East, September, 1970. more
Live
Used - LP - RS 6459
Mint Original Steamboat Label In Shrinkwrap. more
Live
Used - LP - RS 6459
Rare Two Color Steamboat Label Original, CC. 2S/1S RCA Indianapolis Stampers. Recorded Live At The Bitter End East, 1970. Appears Unplayed. more
Live
New - LP - 6459
Sealed 1971 Album (Label Variation Unknown, But Almost Certainly The Two-Color Steamboat Label First Pressing). more
Live
New - LP - RS 6459
Sealed 1971 Original. Recorded At The Bitter End East, September, 1970. more
Political Science
Used - LP - PRO A 860
1972 2 Track Promo Label 12 Inch. B/W "Spies." more
Ragtime
New - LP - 5E 565
Sealed 1981 Original. Small Cut Out Hole. Music Composed And Conducted By Randy Newman. Jennifer Warnes Sings "One More Hour." more
Ragtime
New - LP - 5E-565
Sealed 1981 Original With Thin Saw Cut. Music Composed And Conducted By Randy Newman. Jennifer Warnes Sings "One More Hour." more
Ragtime
New - LP - 5E-565
Sealed 1981 Soundtrack. more
Randy Newman
New - LP - RS 6286
Sealed And Rare 1968 Original Two Color Steamboat Label Featuring The Original Cover Art Showing Full Body Photo Collage Of Randy In The Clouds. "Randy Newman Creates Something New Under The Sun," Read The Banner On The Back Of Newman's Debut Album, But It Was More That, In Keeping With The Intended Irony Of The Statement, Newman Was Intent Upon Taking Clichés And Using Them To Satirize Social Conventions, A Popular Parlor Game In The Late '60s. Thus, We Have "Love Story" (Predating The Sappy Book/Movie Of The Same Title), In Which The Lovers Retire To Florida And Pass Away, "So Long Dad," In Which A Son Squares Things With His Old Man, And "Davy The Fat Boy," In Which An Affectionate Friend Exploits The Title Character. But There Were Also Songs Like "Living Without You" And "I Think It's Gonna Rain Today," Which Were So Painfully Lonely You Wished They Weren't So Sincere. Taken Together, This Was An Audacious First Album By A Major, If Extremely Quirky, Talent.” William Ruhlmann, AMG. more
Randy Newman
New - LP - R1 541107
Sealed, Out Of Print, Limited Edition Record Store Day Exclusive 180gm Mono. This Is Number 1808/3000. "Randy Newman Creates Something New Under The Sun," Read The Banner On The Back Of Newman's Debut Album, But It Was More That, In Keeping With The Intended Irony Of The Statement, Newman Was Intent Upon Taking Clichés And Using Them To Satirize Social Conventions, A Popular Parlor Game In The Late '60s. Thus, We Have "Love Story" (Predating The Sappy Book/Movie Of The Same Title), In Which The Lovers Retire To Florida And Pass Away, "So Long Dad," In Which A Son Squares Things With His Old Man, And "Davy The Fat Boy," In Which An Affectionate Friend Exploits The Title Character. But There Were Also Songs Like "Living Without You" And "I Think It's Gonna Rain Today," Which Were So Painfully Lonely You Wished They Weren't So Sincere. Taken Together, This Was An Audacious First Album By A Major, If Extremely Quirky, Talent.” William Ruhlmann, AMG. more
Randy Newman
New - LP - RS 6286
Sealed 1970 Reissue (Exact Label Unknown) In The 2nd Cover With His Face As The Artwork. Produced By Lenny Waronker & Van Dyke Parks. more
Randy Newman
New - LP - R1 6286
Sealed 2014 Limited Edition Record Store Day Exclusive 180gm Mono Original (Never Previously Released In Mono). This Is A Non-Numbered, Test-Pressing Copy With The Bottom Right Rear Cover Showing /3000. "Randy Newman Creates Something New Under The Sun," Read The Banner On The Back Of Newman's Debut Album, But It Was More That, In Keeping With The Intended Irony Of The Statement, Newman Was Intent Upon Taking Clichés And Using Them To Satirize Social Conventions, A Popular Parlor Game In The Late '60s. Thus, We Have "Love Story" (Predating The Sappy Book/Movie Of The Same Title), In Which The Lovers Retire To Florida And Pass Away, "So Long Dad," In Which A Son Squares Things With His Old Man, And "Davy The Fat Boy," In Which An Affectionate Friend Exploits The Title Character. But There Were Also Songs Like "Living Without You" And "I Think It's Gonna Rain Today," Which Were So Painfully Lonely You Wished They Weren't So Sincere. Taken Together, This Was An Audacious First Album By A Major, If Extremely Quirky, Talent.” William Ruhlmann, AMG. more
Randy Newman
New - LP - RS 6285
Factory Sealed Two Colour Steamboat Label Original In Full Facial 2nd Cover. more
Randy Newman
Used - LP - RS 6286
Beautiful 2nd Cover,(Full Facial), Steamboat Label. Shrink Intact. more
Randy Newman
Used - LP - RS 6286
Beautiful 2nd Cover (Full Facial) With Steamboat Label. Vinyl Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Randy Newman
New - LP - RS 6286
Factory Sealed 2nd Cover (Full Facial) Steamboat Label. more
Randy Newman
Used - LP - RS 6286
Rare First Edition Cover With A Tan Steamboat Label Pressing With Orange "R" Logo. 1A/1A Stampers. Appears Unplayed. more
Sail Away
New - LP -
Sealed 1972 Gatefold Original. A Superb, 5 Star Album Featuring "Slashing And Ominous" Slide Guitar From Ry Cooder. Cut Corner. Small Bottom Seam Rub. more
Sail Away
Used - LP - MS 2064
Beautiful 1972 White Label Promo With Insert, Gatefold Cover, 1B/1B Stampers. A Superb, 5 Star Album Featuring "Slashing And Ominous" Slide Guitar From Ry Cooder. more
Sail Away
Used - LP - MS 2064
Beautiful 1972 White Label Promo With Poster Housed In A Gatefold Cover. 1A/1A Stampers. A Superb, 5 Star Album Featuring "Slashing And Ominous" Slide Guitar From Ry Cooder. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. Center Bottom Seam Split, Hence Price. more
Sail Away
Used - LP - MS 2064
1972 Tan Steamboat Label Gatefold With Thin Saw Cut. Song Titles Printed On Back Cover. Record Appears Glossy. more
Sail Away
New - LP - MS 2064
Sealed 1972 Gatefold Original. A Superb, 5 Star Album Featuring "Slashing And Ominous" Slide Guitar From Ry Cooder. Clean Cut Out Hole. more
Sail Away
Used - LP - MS 2064
1972 Steamboat Label Gatefold With "STEREO" Printed On Bottom Of Labels. (This Is The Rare Version 2nd Pressing With No Song Titles On Back Cover). Includes 24x12 Photo Insert Of Randy Newman In The Recording Studio. LP Appears Unplayed. A 5 Star Album Featuring "Slashing And Ominous" Slide Guitar From Ry Cooder. more
Sail Away
Used - LP - MS 2064
1972 Original. Light Cover Wear. A Superb, 5 Star Album Featuring "Slashing And Ominous" Slide Guitar From Ry Cooder, With Other Studio Stalwarts Including Jim Keltner, Milt Holland, Russ Titelman And Wilton Felder. more
Songs Of Randy Newman
New - LP - IMG 1000
Sealed And Pristine White Label Promo Only LP. This 1970s Sampler LP Was Created By Interworld Music Group For The Purposes Of Promoting Randy Newman’s Song Catalog Within The Recording Industry. This Album Was Never Available Commercially. It Contains 28 Tracks (5 Of Which Are Exclusive Randy Newman-Performed Demos Recorded In The 1960s: “A Boy Like You”, “Come And Dance With Me”, “Davy The Fat Boy”, “Marianne”, “Nobody Needs Your Love More Than I Do”). The Remaining Tracks Are Sung By Harry Nilsson, Neil Diamond, Cilla Black, Gene Pitney, Ringo Starr, Alan Price & Others. more
The Natural
Used - LP - P 11498
Japanese Pressing With Obi. more
The Natural
New - LP - 25116
Sealed 1984 Original Soundtrack. more
Trouble In Paradise
Used - LP - 1-23755
1983 Original. Includes The Hit "The Blues" With Paul Simon. more
Trouble In Paradise
Used - LP - 1-23755
NM- 1983 Original Still In Shrink Wrap With Custom Song Hype Sticker. Includes The Hit "The Blues" With Paul Simon. more
Trouble In Paradise
New - LP - 23755
Sealed 1983 Original. Includes The Hit "The Blues" With Paul Simon. Crisp Corners. Cut Out Hole. Custom Song Hype Sticker On Shrink Wrap. more
Trouble In Paradise
New - LP - 23755
Sealed 1983 Original, Saw Cut. Features "The Blues" A Duet With Paul Simon. more
Trouble In Paradise
Used - LP - 23755
1983 Original Still In Shrink Wrap With Custom Song Hype Sticker. Includes The Hit "The Blues" With Paul Simon. more
Trouble In Paradise
New - LP - 23755
Sealed 1983 Original. Includes The Hit "The Blues" With Paul Simon. Crisp Corners, No Cut-Out Holes. more

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