Stills, Stephen

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Stills, Stephen - Stephen Stills Stephen Stills
Pop Audiophile - LP SD 7202 Classic Records
Sealed, Long Out Of Print 180gm HQ Reissue. Very Earliest Pressing Without The Sticker On The Outer Baggy.... more details
 
Stills, Stephen - Manassas Manassas
Pop Audiophile - LP SD-2-903 Classic Records
2LP 180gm HQ Housed In A Heavy-Duty Gatefold Cover. Both LPs Appear Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
Stills, Stephen - Illegal Stills Illegal Stills
Pop Used - LP PC 34148 Columbia
1976 Original In Shrink Wrap. Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
Stills, Stephen - Right By You Right By You
Pop New - LP 80177 Atlantic
Sealed 1984 Original. Saw Cut. Features Jimmy Page.... more details
 
Stills, Stephen - Live Live
Pop New - LP SD 18156 Atlantic
Sealed 1975 Original, No Cut-Out Marks.... more details
 
Stills, Stephen - Stephen Stills 2 Stephen Stills 2
Pop Used - LP SD 7206 Atlantic
Beautiful 1971 Heavy-Duty Textured Gatefold First Label Original (1841 Broadway, Street Address). Custom Black Inner Sleeve. Crisp Corners, No Cut-Out Holes.... more details
 
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Pop Used - LP SD 7202 Atlantic
1970 White Label Promo Rarity, Textured Cover. LP Looks Unplayed. Features Jimi Hendrix, Graham Nash, David Crosby, Rita Coolidge, Mama Cass And Others. Includes "Love The One You're With." ... more details
 
Stills, Stephen - Manassas Manassas
Pop Used - LP SD 2-903 Atlantic
2LP Textured Gatefold Original (1841 Broadway Labels) With Custom Inner Sleeves. No Poster. Both LPs Appear Unplayed. Crisp Corners, No Cut-Out Holes.... more details
 
Stills, Stephen - Manassas Manassas
Pop Used - LP SD 2 903 Atlantic
1972 2LP Gatefold Original With Promo Sticker On Cover And Rare, Giant Color Poster. Light WOFC.... more details
 
Stills, Stephen - Manassas Manassas
Pop Used - LP SD 2-903 Atlantic
Stunning 2LP Textured Gatefold Original (1841 Broadway Labels) With Custom Inner Sleeves. Also Includes Giant Color Poster In Mint Condition. Both LPs Look New, Unplayed.... more details
 
Stills, Stephen - Stephen Stills 2 Stephen Stills 2
Pop New - LP SD 7206 Atlantic
Factory Sealed 1971 Heavy-Duty Gatefold. Rare Lyric Corrections Sheet Pasted On Rear Shrink Wrap (See Scan).... more details
 
Stills, Stephen - Illegal Stills Illegal Stills
Pop Used - LP PC 34148 Columbia
Beautiful 1976 White Label Promo. Custom Song Sticker And Radio Station Timing Strip On Front Cover.... more details
 
Stills, Stephen - Stills Stills
Pop Used - LP PC 33575 Columbia
1975 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Shrink Wrap Intact. LP Appears New, Unplayed.... more details
 
Stills, Stephen - Thoroughfare Gap Thoroughfare Gap
Pop Used - LP JC 35380 Columbia
1978 White Label Promo With Custom Inner Sleeve.... more details
 
Stills, Stephen - Stephen Stills Stephen Stills
Pop Used - LP SD 7202 Atlantic
1970 Textured Jacket Original (Red And Green 1841, Broadway Labels). Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Stills, Stephen - Manassas Manassas
Pop Audiophile - LP SD 2-903 Classic Records
Sealed 1999 2LP 200gm SV-P Reissue Housed In A Gatefold Jacket.... more details
 
Stills, Stephen - Manassas Manassas
Pop Audiophile - LP SD 2-903 Classic Records
Sealed 180gm 2LP Gatefold. This 180gm Edition Was Released Prior To The Later 200gm Edition.... more details
 
Stills, Stephen - The Best Of Stephen Stills The Best Of Stephen Stills
Pop New - LP SD 18201 Atlantic
Sealed 1976 All Analogue Compilation, Superbly Remastered By The Great George Piros And Featuring Chris Hillman, Eric Clapton, Rita Coolidge, David Crosby And Others. First Sealed Copy We Have Had In Stock In Ten Years.... more details
 
Stills, Stephen - Just Roll Tape Just Roll Tape
Pop New - LP 510892 Rhino
Sealed, Out Of Print 2007 180gm HQ Original Housed In A Heavy-Duty Gatefold Cover. Mastered From The Original Analogue Tapes By Bernie Grundman. “When Listening To This Rather Remarkable Document, It Becomes Alarmingly Clear What The Post-Buffalo Springfield Stephen Stills Brought To The Partnership Of Crosby, Stills & Nash. This 13-Song Set Was Recorded Solo With An Acoustic In A Recording Studio In 1968, Preceding By A Few Months The First Cs&N Recording (He Bribed A Recording Engineer After A Judy Collins Session). According To Stills' Brief Liner Notes, The Tape Had Been Lost For Nearly 40 Years, Until The Release Of This Edition. Meaning, Of Course, That These Versions Of These Songs Haven't Been Widely Available On The Bootleg Circuit, Either. The Tracks Contain Early Versions Of Cuts Recorded In The Trio Such As "Suite: Judy Blues Eyes," "Helplessly Hoping," And "Wooden Ships." But These Are Near The Very End Of The Collection. There Are Also A Number Of Cuts Here That Stills Recorded On His Solo Records Such As "Black Queen" From His Self-Titled Debut, "Change Partners" And "Know You Got To Run" From Two Originals, "So Begins The Task" From Manassas, And Even A Very Earlier And Much Longer Version Of "Treetop Flyer" With Stills Playing Dobro. These Are Demos, Unpolished, Unfinished, Sketches — Albeit Most Of Them Fully Realized — Of Classic Material. It's Unexplainable As To Why Some Of The Unreleased Material Didn't Ultimately Make It Onto Finished Records: Quality Is Not The Issue. The Sound Is A Little Distorted And Uneven But The Quality Is Very Good Considering This Tape Sat Basically Neglected For Nearly Four Decades. Stills' Lack Of Good Material In Later Years Doesn't Diminish His Lasting Contribution. The Work From Those Early Years Is So Substantial That His Songs Remain A Watermark For Anyone Who Aspires To Be A Songwriter.” – Thom Jurek, All Music Guide... more details
 
Stills, Stephen - Manassas Manassas
Pop New - LP SD 2-903 Atlantic
Sealed And Stunning 2LP Textured Gatefold Original (1841 Broadway Labels). Also Includes Giant Color Poster. “A Sprawling Masterpiece, Akin To The Beatles' White Album, The Stones' Exile On Main St., Or Wilco's Being There In Its Makeup, If Not Its Sound. Rock, Folk, Blues, Country, Latin, And Bluegrass Have All Been Styles Touched On In Stephen Stills' Career, And The Skilled, Energetic Musicians He Had Gathered In Manassas Played Them All On This Album. What Could Have Been A Disorganized Mess In Other Hands, Though, Here All Gelled Together And Formed A Cohesive Musical Statement. The Songs Are Thematically Grouped: Part One Is Titled "The Raven," And Is A Composite Of Rock And Latin Sounds That The Group Would Often Perform In Full Live. "The Wilderness" Mainly Centers On Country And Bluegrass (Chris Hillman's And Al Perkins' Talents Coming To The Forefront), With The Track "So Begins The Task" Later Covered By Stills' Old Flame Judy Collins. Part Three, "Consider" Is Largely Folk And Folk-Rock. "Johnny's Garden," Is A Particular Highlight. Two Other Notables From The "Consider" Section Are "It Doesn't Matter” And "Move Around," Which Features Some Of The First Synthesizer Used In A Rock Context. The Closing Section, Titled "Rock & Roll Is Here To Stay," Is A Rock And Blues Set With One Of The Landmarks Of Manassas' Short Life, The Epic "The Treasure." A Sort Of Zen-Like Meditation On Love And "Oneness," Enlivened By The Band's Most Inspired Recorded Playing It Evolves Into A Bluesy Groove Washed In Stills' Fierce Electric Slide Playing. The Delineation Lines Of The Four Themed Song Groupings Aren't Cut In Stone, Though, And One Of The Strengths Of The Album Is That There Is A Lot Of Overlap In Styles Throughout. Bill Wyman (Who Guested On "The Love Gangster") Has Said He Would Have Quit The Rolling Stones To Join Manassas.” AMG.... more details
 
Stills, Stephen - Stills Stills
Pop Used - LP PC 33575 Columbia
1975 Original In Custom Inner Sleeve With Original Korvettes Price Tag On Shrink.... more details
 
Stills, Stephen - Stephen Stills Stephen Stills
Pop New - LP R1 7202 Rhino
Sealed 2009 180gm HQ Textured Jacket Reissue.... more details
 
Stills, Stephen - Thoroughfare Gap Thoroughfare Gap
Pop New - LP JC 35380 Columbia
Sealed 1978 Original With Custom Song Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap And Custom Inner Sleeve.... more details
 
Stills, Stephen - Right By You Right By You
Pop Used - LP 80177 Atlantic
1984 Original With Timing Strip On Front Jacket And Gold Promo Stamp On Back Jacket. Vinyl Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Stills, Stephen - Manassas Manassas
Pop New - LP RA1 903 Rhino
Sealed 2010 2LP 180gm HQ Housed In A Deluxe, Heavy-Duty Textured Gatefold. Another Beautiful Reissue From The Folks At Warner And Rhino, Mastered From The Original Analog Master Tapes.... more details
 
Stills, Stephen - Illegal Stills Illegal Stills
Pop New - LP PC 34148 Columbia
Sealed 1976 Original With Custom Song Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap.... more details
 
Stills, Stephen - Illegal Stills Illegal Stills
Pop Used - LP PC 34148 Columbia
Beautiful 1976 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve.... more details
 
Stills, Stephen - Thoroughfare Gap Thoroughfare Gap
Pop New - LP JC 35380 Columbia
Sealed 1978 Original With Gold Special Offer Stamp On Back Cover. Very Light Crease On Front Cover (See Scan).... more details
 
Stills, Stephen - Stephen Stills 2 Stephen Stills 2
Pop Used - LP SD 7206 Atlantic
Beautiful 1971 Heavy-Duty Textured Gatefold Original First Label Original (1841 Broadway, Street Address). Thin Saw Cut. Custom Black Inner Sleeve.... more details
 
Stills, Stephen - Manassas Manassas
Pop Used - LP 60 021 (2-903) Atlantic
Stunning 1972 German 2LP Gatefold Original. Both LPs Appear Unplayed.... more details
 
Stills, Stephen - Stephen Stills Stephen Stills
Pop New - LP SD 7202 Atlantic
Sealed 1970 Textured Jacket Original With Gold Record Award Sticker Under The Shrink Wrap. Pristine Copy.... more details
 
Stills, Stephen - Stephen Stills Stephen Stills
Pop Audiophile - LP SD 7202-45 Classic Records
Factory Sealed Box Set Of 45rpm Lacquers For The Classic Records Reissue Of Atlantic SD 7202.... more details
 
Stills, Stephen - Stephen Stills Stephen Stills
Pop New - LP SD 7202 Atlantic
Factory Sealed 1970 Textured Cover Original. Pristine Copy. “Talk About Understatement -- There's Stephen Stills On The Cover, Acoustic Guitar In Hand, Promising A Personal Singer/Songwriter-Type Statement. And There Is Some Of That -- Even A Lot Of That Personal Music-Making -- On Stephen Stills, But It's All Couched In Astonishingly Bold Musical Terms. Stephen Stills Is Top-Heavy With 1970 Sensibilities, To Be Sure, From The Dedication To The Memory Of Jimi Hendrix To The Now Piggish-Seeming Message Of "Love The One You're With." Yet, Listening To This Album Three Decades On, It's Still A Jaw-Dropping Experience, The Musical Equal To Crosby, Stills & Nash Or Déjà Vu, And Only A Shade Less Important Than Either Of Them. The Mix Of Folk, Blues (Acoustic And Electric), Hard Rock, And Gospel Is Seamless, And The Musicianship And The Singing Are All So There, In Your Face, That It Just Burns Your Brain (In The Nicest, Most Benevolent Possible Way) Even Decades Later. Recorded Amid The Breakup Of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, Stills' First Solo Album Was His Effort To Put Together His Own Sound And, Not Surprisingly, It's Similar To A Lot Of Stuff On The Group's Two Albums. But It's Also Infinitely More Personal, As Well As Harder And Bluesier In Many Key Spots; Yet, It's Every Bit As Soft And As Lyrical As The Group In Other Spots, And All Laced With A Degree Of Yearning And Urgency That Far Outstrips Virtually Anything He Did With The Group. "Love The One You're With," Which Started Life As A Phrase That Stills Borrowed From Billy Preston At A Party, Is The Song From This Album That Everybody Knows, But It's Actually One Of The Lesser Cuts Here -- Not Much More Than A Riff And An Upbeat Lyric And Mood, Albeit All Of It Infectious. "Do For The Others," By Contrast, Is One Of The Prettiest And Most Moving Pieces Of Music That Stills Has Ever Been Associated With, And "Church (Part Of Someone)" Showed Him Moving Toward Gospel And R&B (And Good At It, Too); And Then There's "Old Times Good Times," Musically As Good A Rock Song As Stills Has Ever Recorded And Featuring Jimi Hendrix On Lead Guitar. "Go Back Home" (Which Has Eric Clapton On Guitar) Is Fine A Piece Of Bluesy Hard Rock, While "Sit Yourself Down" Features Superb Singing By Stills And A Six-Person Backing Chorus (That Includes Cass Elliot, Graham Nash, And David Crosby) Around A Great Tune. "To A Flame" Is Downright Ethereal, While The Live "Black Queen" Is A Superb Piece Of Acoustic Blues.” Bruce Eder, AMG.... more details
 
Stills, Stephen - Stephen Stills Stephen Stills
Pop Used - LP SD 7202 Atlantic
1970 Textured Cover Original (1841 Broadway Address On Labels) With Shrink Wrap Still Intact. “Talk About Understatement -- There's Stephen Stills On The Cover, Acoustic Guitar In Hand, Promising A Personal Singer/Songwriter-Type Statement. And There Is Some Of That -- Even A Lot Of That Personal Music-Making -- On Stephen Stills, But It's All Couched In Astonishingly Bold Musical Terms. Stephen Stills Is Top-Heavy With 1970 Sensibilities, To Be Sure, From The Dedication To The Memory Of Jimi Hendrix To The Now Piggish-Seeming Message Of "Love The One You're With." Yet, Listening To This Album Three Decades On, It's Still A Jaw-Dropping Experience, The Musical Equal To Crosby, Stills & Nash Or Déjà Vu, And Only A Shade Less Important Than Either Of Them. The Mix Of Folk, Blues (Acoustic And Electric), Hard Rock, And Gospel Is Seamless, And The Musicianship And The Singing Are All So There, In Your Face, That It Just Burns Your Brain (In The Nicest, Most Benevolent Possible Way) Even Decades Later. Recorded Amid The Breakup Of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, Stills' First Solo Album Was His Effort To Put Together His Own Sound And, Not Surprisingly, It's Similar To A Lot Of Stuff On The Group's Two Albums. But It's Also Infinitely More Personal, As Well As Harder And Bluesier In Many Key Spots; Yet, It's Every Bit As Soft And As Lyrical As The Group In Other Spots, And All Laced With A Degree Of Yearning And Urgency That Far Outstrips Virtually Anything He Did With The Group. "Love The One You're With," Which Started Life As A Phrase That Stills Borrowed From Billy Preston At A Party, Is The Song From This Album That Everybody Knows, But It's Actually One Of The Lesser Cuts Here -- Not Much More Than A Riff And An Upbeat Lyric And Mood, Albeit All Of It Infectious. "Do For The Others," By Contrast, Is One Of The Prettiest And Most Moving Pieces Of Music That Stills Has Ever Been Associated With, And "Church (Part Of Someone)" Showed Him Moving Toward Gospel And R&B (And Good At It, Too); And Then There's "Old Times Good Times," Musically As Good A Rock Song As Stills Has Ever Recorded And Featuring Jimi Hendrix On Lead Guitar. "Go Back Home" (Which Has Eric Clapton On Guitar) Is Fine A Piece Of Bluesy Hard Rock, While "Sit Yourself Down" Features Superb Singing By Stills And A Six-Person Backing Chorus (That Includes Cass Elliot, Graham Nash, And David Crosby) Around A Great Tune. "To A Flame" Is Downright Ethereal, While The Live "Black Queen" Is A Superb Piece Of Acoustic Blues.” Bruce Eder, AMG.... more details
 
Stills, Stephen - Stephen Stills Stephen Stills
Pop Audiophile - LP SD 7202 Classic Records
Long Out Of Print 200gm Quiex SV-P Reissue. Open Copy.... more details
 
Stills, Stephen - Stephen Stills Stephen Stills
Pop Used - LP 2401 004 Atlantic
Stunning Copy Of This 1970 UK Purple And Orange Label Original Housed In A Fully Laminated Cover. A1/B1 Stampers. From The Collection Of A Record Exec. “Talk About Understatement -- There's Stephen Stills On The Cover, Acoustic Guitar In Hand, Promising A Personal Singer/Songwriter-Type Statement. And There Is Some Of That -- Even A Lot Of That Personal Music-Making -- On Stephen Stills, But It's All Couched In Astonishingly Bold Musical Terms. Stephen Stills Is Top-Heavy With 1970 Sensibilities, To Be Sure, From The Dedication To The Memory Of Jimi Hendrix To The Now Piggish-Seeming Message Of "Love The One You're With." Yet, Listening To This Album Three Decades On, It's Still A Jaw-Dropping Experience, The Musical Equal To Crosby, Stills & Nash Or Déjà Vu, And Only A Shade Less Important Than Either Of Them. The Mix Of Folk, Blues (Acoustic And Electric), Hard Rock, And Gospel Is Seamless, And The Musicianship And The Singing Are All So There, In Your Face, That It Just Burns Your Brain (In The Nicest, Most Benevolent Possible Way) Even Decades Later. Recorded Amid The Breakup Of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, Stills' First Solo Album Was His Effort To Put Together His Own Sound And, Not Surprisingly, It's Similar To A Lot Of Stuff On The Group's Two Albums. But It's Also Infinitely More Personal, As Well As Harder And Bluesier In Many Key Spots; Yet, It's Every Bit As Soft And As Lyrical As The Group In Other Spots, And All Laced With A Degree Of Yearning And Urgency That Far Outstrips Virtually Anything He Did With The Group. "Love The One You're With," Which Started Life As A Phrase That Stills Borrowed From Billy Preston At A Party, Is The Song From This Album That Everybody Knows, But It's Actually One Of The Lesser Cuts Here -- Not Much More Than A Riff And An Upbeat Lyric And Mood, Albeit All Of It Infectious. "Do For The Others," By Contrast, Is One Of The Prettiest And Most Moving Pieces Of Music That Stills Has Ever Been Associated With, And "Church (Part Of Someone)" Showed Him Moving Toward Gospel And R&B (And Good At It, Too); And Then There's "Old Times Good Times," Musically As Good A Rock Song As Stills Has Ever Recorded And Featuring Jimi Hendrix On Lead Guitar. "Go Back Home" (Which Has Eric Clapton On Guitar) Is Fine A Piece Of Bluesy Hard Rock, While "Sit Yourself Down" Features Superb Singing By Stills And A Six-Person Backing Chorus (That Includes Cass Elliot, Graham Nash, And David Crosby) Around A Great Tune. "To A Flame" Is Downright Ethereal, While The Live "Black Queen" Is A Superb Piece Of Acoustic Blues.” Bruce Eder, AMG.... more details
 
Stills, Stephen - Stephen Stills 2 Stephen Stills 2
Pop Used - LP SD 7206 Atlantic
Rare 1971 White Label Promo Housed In A Heavy-Duty Textured Gatefold Cover With Promo And Hype Stickers On The Front And Large Lyrics Corrections Sticker On The Rear Cover. Bottom Edge Of Gatefold Has Spotty, Light Rubbing. LP Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Stills, Stephen - Right By You Right By You
Pop New - LP 80177 Atlantic
Sealed 1984 Original With Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Small Saw Cut. Features Jimmy Page.... more details
 
Stills, Stephen - Right By You Right By You
Pop New - LP 80177 Atlantic
Sealed 1984 Original. Features Jimmy Page.... more details
 
Stills, Stephen - Stephen Stills Stephen Stills
Pop Audiophile - LP SD 7202 Classic Records
Sealed 2009 200gm SV-P Reissue. First Copy We Have Had In Stock. Rear Baggy Has The Original Red Trumpet (Long Defunct) Sticker.... more details
 
Stills, Stephen - Stephen Stills Stephen Stills
Pop New - LP SD 7202 Atlantic
Sealed 2nd Issue With The Original Your Music Plus Price Tag Still On The Shrink Wrap.... more details
 
Stills, Stephen - Just Roll Tape Just Roll Tape
Pop Used - LP 510892 Rhino
Out Of Print 2007 180gm HQ Original Housed In A Heavy-Duty Gatefold Cover. Vinyl Appears Unplayed. Mastered From The Original Analogue Tapes By Bernie Grundman. “When Listening To This Rather Remarkable Document, It Becomes Alarmingly Clear What The Post-Buffalo Springfield Stephen Stills Brought To The Partnership Of Crosby, Stills & Nash. This 13-Song Set Was Recorded Solo With An Acoustic In A Recording Studio In 1968, Preceding By A Few Months The First Cs&N Recording (He Bribed A Recording Engineer After A Judy Collins Session). According To Stills' Brief Liner Notes, The Tape Had Been Lost For Nearly 40 Years, Until The Release Of This Edition. Meaning, Of Course, That These Versions Of These Songs Haven't Been Widely Available On The Bootleg Circuit, Either. The Tracks Contain Early Versions Of Cuts Recorded In The Trio Such As "Suite: Judy Blues Eyes," "Helplessly Hoping," And "Wooden Ships." But These Are Near The Very End Of The Collection. There Are Also A Number Of Cuts Here That Stills Recorded On His Solo Records Such As "Black Queen" From His Self-Titled Debut, "Change Partners" And "Know You Got To Run" From Two Originals, "So Begins The Task" From Manassas, And Even A Very Earlier And Much Longer Version Of "Treetop Flyer" With Stills Playing Dobro. These Are Demos, Unpolished, Unfinished, Sketches — Albeit Most Of Them Fully Realized — Of Classic Material. It's Unexplainable As To Why Some Of The Unreleased Material Didn't Ultimately Make It Onto Finished Records: Quality Is Not The Issue. The Sound Is A Little Distorted And Uneven But The Quality Is Very Good Considering This Tape Sat Basically Neglected For Nearly Four Decades. Stills' Lack Of Good Material In Later Years Doesn't Diminish His Lasting Contribution. The Work From Those Early Years Is So Substantial That His Songs Remain A Watermark For Anyone Who Aspires To Be A Songwriter.” – Thom Jurek, All Music Guide... more details
 
Stills, Stephen - Stephen Stills Stephen Stills
Pop Used - LP 2401004 Atlantic
1970 UK Plum & Red Label Stereo Original With Shrink Wrap Intact. Thin Plastic Film On Spindle Hole Indicates This LP Is Unplayed. A1/B2 Stampers. “Talk About Understatement -- There's Stephen Stills On The Cover, Acoustic Guitar In Hand, Promising A Personal Singer/Songwriter-Type Statement. And There Is Some Of That -- Even A Lot Of That Personal Music-Making -- On Stephen Stills, But It's All Couched In Astonishingly Bold Musical Terms. Stephen Stills Is Top-Heavy With 1970 Sensibilities, To Be Sure, From The Dedication To The Memory Of Jimi Hendrix To The Now Piggish-Seeming Message Of "Love The One You're With." Yet, Listening To This Album Three Decades On, It's Still A Jaw-Dropping Experience, The Musical Equal To Crosby, Stills & Nash Or Déjà Vu, And Only A Shade Less Important Than Either Of Them…..” Bruce Eder, AMG.... more details
 

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