Thursday, June 27, 2013

Kris Kristofferson & Rita Coolidge: Full Moon (1973)

A&M SP-4403
This was a junk shop find ($1). In addition to the rack of $1 LPs, the shop had several shelves of used jazz LPs for $2 each. I was told that collectors had already been through them, but I still found a few titles in good shape, several of which are not on CD. I'll post some of those next.

This LP was still in shrink wrap, so the original owner either didn't know or didn't care that it was a gatefold jacket, with a photo spread inside. There was no inner sleeve, which usually means the LP is pretty beat up, but this one survived in good shape, though there are some pops. "Loving Arms" appears on the CD The Millennium Collection: Best Of Rita Coolidge. The rest of the tracks are not on CD.

Hard to Be Friends

I Never Had It So Good

After the Fact

7 comments:

  1. soooo cool to find someone posting this album to share with others. could you put up all the songs on this album? please... this is one of my ultimate albums ive always enjoyed.

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  2. I'm pleased you found this post. Sorry, but I only post sample tracks at Not on CD, not entire albums.

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  3. I have this on vinyl. I got it when I was about 14. Thanks for bringing back some great memories.

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  4. Thank you so much!!! This is my favorite album and it has never been produced in CD. Thanks to my son he found your website for me and showed me how to download the 3 songs. I am so happy!!! Would LOVE to have all the songs on the album if you have time. Thank you, Thank you Thank you!!!!

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  5. I'm glad you found this post. Sorry, but I only post sample tracks at Not on CD, not entire albums. This is a pretty common LP though. I've found two copies in the last few years.

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  6. this is one of those great albums you can add to your vinyl collection for a few bucks. I come across it once in while in the bargain bins. Their other album can be found as well and its a great one too. The 2 albums are different enough that they are both worth having.

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