Osmonds

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Around The World - Live In Concert
Used - LP - M3JB-5012
1975 2LP Gatefold Original. Both LPs Appear Unplayed. more
Christmas Album
New - LP - PD-2-8001
Sealed 1976 2LP Gatefold Original With Small CC. more
Collector's Edition
New - LP - PRO 911
Factory Sealed, Archival Quality 1974 Promotional Only LP Housed In A Textured Jacket. Each LP Was Individually Numbered. This Copy Is Number 1134. This Radio Station Only LP Was Never Sold In Stores. The Back Cover States "To Commemorate The Phenomenal Success Of The Osmond Family, This Collectors Edition Of Osmond Music (1971-1974) Has Been Compiled As A Special Gift To Thank You, Who So Greatly Contributed To Making This Musical Anthology Possible". This Is An Official MGM/Kolob Release And Is A Once In A Lifetime Collectors Item. I'm On My Way To Kolob Heaven! more
Crazy Horses
Colored Vinyl - SE 4851
Sealed 1972 Gatefold Original. more
Homemade
New - LP - SE 4770
Sealed 1971 Original. Includes Poster & Wallet Photos. Pristine Copy. more
Love Me For A Reason
Used - LP - M3G 4939
Beautiful 1974 Heavy Vinyl Original In Shrink Wrap. more
Love Me For A Reason
New - LP - M3G 4939
Sealed 1974 Heavy Vinyl Original. CC. more
Love Me For A Reason
Used - LP - M3G 4939
1974 Heavy Vinyl Original In Shrink Wrap. Small Cut Corner. more
Osmonds
Used - LP - SE 4724
1971 Gatefold, Heavy Vinyl Stereo Original. more
Osmonds
New - LP - SE 4724
Sealed Gatefold Original With Two Large Custom Song Stickers Over Shrink Wrap. Crisp Corners, No Cut-Out Holes. more
Osmonds
Used - LP - SE 4724
1971 Gatefold Original Still In Shrink Wrap With "One Bad Apple" Hype Sticker. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Osmonds Live
New - LP - 2SE 4826
Factory Sealed 1972 2LP Gatefold Original. Pristine Copy. “Recorded Before 'Crazy Horses' Established The Osmonds As The Biggest Scream Dream Since The Heyday Of The Beatles, Osmonds Live Is Nevertheless A Solid Document Of Osmania At Its Most Delirious. With Audiences Less Choreographed And Malleable Than They Would Become In Later Years (A Downside Of The Subsequent Around The World Live Album), This Is The Sound Of Teenaged Mania At Its Purest And Its Rawest, A Never-Ending Barrage Of Screaming, Keening Ecstasy That Is Already Peaking Before The Band Even Takes The Stage, And Continues On Its Merry, Maddening Way Long After The Last Roadie Has Left The Building. The Motown Medley So Poorly Delivered On The Osmonds Album Opens The Show With All The Pizzazz That Its Studio Incarnation Was Lacking; Further Medleys Later In The Set Capture The Band Hitting Gospel And (Briefly) Rock & Roll With Equally Passion. In Between Times, Meanwhile, A Barely Audible Donny Squeaks Gallantly Through His Hit "Sweet And Innocent," While "You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling" And "Proud Mary" Both Get Energetic Workouts. Of Course, The Hits-To-Date Wrap Things Up In Triumphant Style -- And The Girls Just Keep On Squealing. It's An Awesome Sound.” Dave Thompson, All Music Guide. more
Phase III
New - LP - 1SE-4796
Sealed 1971 Gatefold Original With Giant 4 Foot Poster. “The Osmonds' Third Album Scarcely Got A Fair Throw Of The Dice, Being Buried Almost Immediately By The Success Of "Crazy Horses," Which Itself Demanded Such A Swift Long-Playing Follow-Up That Phase III Scarcely Had Time To Grab A Gold Disc Before It Was Trampled Out Of Sight. In Truth, It Did Not Deserve Such A Fate. The First Album To Be Cut Once The Brothers Arrived In A Position Of Commercial Dominance, With The Opening "Down By The Lazy River" Serving Up Their Biggest Hit Yet, Phase III Retains Its Predecessors' Penchant For Light And Breezy Tunesmithery, But At Last Learns To Appreciate The Different Characters That Made Up The Band, And The Fans Who Had Raised Each Of The Brothers Up Onto His Own Individual Dais. With The Album Partially Recorded At Muscle Shoals, And Certainly Benefiting From The Surroundings, "A Taste Of Rhythm And Blues" At Last Captures The Group's On-Stage Penchant For Good-Time Rock & Rolling, Even If The Arrangement Is A Little Sweeter Than It Ought To Be. But Joe South's "Yo-Yo" Gets A Champion Workout, While The Ballads All Tug At The Kind Of Adolescent Heartstrings That The Rival Jackson 5 Would Never Truly Hang Onto. The Osmonds Were Already A Major Attraction When This Album Was Released — One More Serious Hit And They Would Become The Biggest Thing On 14 Legs.” – Dave Thompson, All Music Guide. more
Phase III
New - LP - 1SE-4796
Sealed 1971 Gatefold Original With Giant 4 Foot Poster. “The Osmonds' Third Album Scarcely Got A Fair Throw Of The Dice, Being Buried Almost Immediately By The Success Of "Crazy Horses," Which Itself Demanded Such A Swift Long-Playing Follow-Up That Phase III Scarcely Had Time To Grab A Gold Disc Before It Was Trampled Out Of Sight. In Truth, It Did Not Deserve Such A Fate. The First Album To Be Cut Once The Brothers Arrived In A Position Of Commercial Dominance, With The Opening "Down By The Lazy River" Serving Up Their Biggest Hit Yet, Phase III Retains Its Predecessors' Penchant For Light And Breezy Tunesmithery, But At Last Learns To Appreciate The Different Characters That Made Up The Band, And The Fans Who Had Raised Each Of The Brothers Up Onto His Own Individual Dais. With The Album Partially Recorded At Muscle Shoals, And Certainly Benefiting From The Surroundings, "A Taste Of Rhythm And Blues" At Last Captures The Group's On-Stage Penchant For Good-Time Rock & Rolling, Even If The Arrangement Is A Little Sweeter Than It Ought To Be. But Joe South's "Yo-Yo" Gets A Champion Workout, While The Ballads All Tug At The Kind Of Adolescent Heartstrings That The Rival Jackson 5 Would Never Truly Hang Onto. The Osmonds Were Already A Major Attraction When This Album Was Released — One More Serious Hit And They Would Become The Biggest Thing On 14 Legs.” – Dave Thompson, All Music Guide. more
Phase III
New - LP - 1SE-4796
Sealed 1971 Gatefold Original. "Not For Sale" DJ Sticker On Back Shrink. Bottom Shrink Tear.  “The Osmonds' Third Album Scarcely Got A Fair Throw Of The Dice, Being Buried Almost Immediately By The Success Of "Crazy Horses," Which Itself Demanded Such A Swift Long-Playing Follow-Up That Phase III Scarcely Had Time To Grab A Gold Disc Before It Was Trampled Out Of Sight. In Truth, It Did Not Deserve Such A Fate. The First Album To Be Cut Once The Brothers Arrived In A Position Of Commercial Dominance, With The Opening "Down By The Lazy River" Serving Up Their Biggest Hit Yet, Phase III Retains Its Predecessors' Penchant For Light And Breezy Tunesmithery, But At Last Learns To Appreciate The Different Characters That Made Up The Band, And The Fans Who Had Raised Each Of The Brothers Up Onto His Own Individual Dais. With The Album Partially Recorded At Muscle Shoals, And Certainly Benefiting From The Surroundings, "A Taste Of Rhythm And Blues" At Last Captures The Group's On-Stage Penchant For Good-Time Rock & Rolling, Even If The Arrangement Is A Little Sweeter Than It Ought To Be. But Joe South's "Yo-Yo" Gets A Champion Workout, While The Ballads All Tug At The Kind Of Adolescent Heartstrings That The Rival Jackson 5 Would Never Truly Hang Onto. The Osmonds Were Already A Major Attraction When This Album Was Released — One More Serious Hit And They Would Become The Biggest Thing On 14 Legs.” – Dave Thompson, All Music Guide. more
Proud One
New - LP - M3G 4993
Sealed 1975 Original. Custom Song Hype Sticker Over Shrink Wrap. Cut Corner. more
Steppin' Out
New - LP - SRM 3766
Sealed 1979 Original. more
The Plan
New - LP - SE 4902
Sealed 1973 Embossed Cover Gatefold Original. Custom Song Sticker Over Shrink Wrap. more
The Plan
New - LP - SE 4902
Sealed 1973 Gatefold Original. more

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