The Under $7 Seventy

The Seventy Most Common, Yet Indisputably Great (well, pretty damned good), Used LP’s for Under Seven Bucks!

In no particular order…and no, greatest hits don’t count.

I don’t like Zeppelin, Blondie or Kiss. So deal with it!

(These are typical prices. NOT metropolitian Uber-cool city jack, but point taken)

1.John Prine 1971 Debut S/T
2. Lime Spiders The Cave Comes Alive
3. Bruce Springsteen Greetings From Asbury Park
4. The Byrds Sweetheart of the Rodeo
5. Willie Nelson The Redheaded Stranger
6. Most Dylan
7. Rolling Stones Some Girls
8. The Faces – all of ’em!
9. the first six AC/DC Records
10. the first six Black Sabbath Records
11. Cheap Trick Live At Budakon, et al.
12. The Who Who’s Next
13. Johnny Cash At San Quentin
14. Lynyrd Skynyrd 2nd Helping
15. Neil Young Rust Never Sleeps
16. any Tommy James & the Shondells
17. Patti Smith Horses, Easter & Radio Ethiopia
18. Elvis Costello This Year’s Model & My Aim Is True
19. Rockpile S/T
20. Alice Cooper – any 71′ thru 73′
21. Curtis Mayfield Superfly
22. Sly & the Family Stone There’s a Riot Goin’ On
23. Richard & Linda Thompson Shoot Out The Lights
24. Lou Reed Berlin & New York
25. Joan Jett Album
26. Aerosmith Toys In The Attic
27. Ozzy Osbounre Blizzard of Oz
28. Van Halen S/T
29. Muddy Waters Hard Again
30. Charlie Rich The Silver Fox
31. R.E.M. Murmur
32. Los Lobos By The Light Of The Moon
33. Randy Newman Good Old Boys
34. The Band The Band
35. David Bowie Hunky Dory
36. Pink Floyd Wish You Were Here
37. CCR Willie & the Poor Boys (& the rest)
38. Mott The Hoople Mott & All The Young Dudes
39. Thin Lizzy Jailbreak & Black Rose
40. Donovan Mellow Yellow
41. Pretenders S/T
42. Gram Parker Squeezing Out Sparks
43. ZZ Top Tres Hombres
44. J. Geils Band Full House
45. The DB’s Repercussion
46. Plimsouls Everywhere At Once
47. Dave Brubeck Take 5
48. Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers Damn The Torpedoes
49. Prince Purple Rain
50. Warren Zevon S/T & Excitable Boy
51. Getz & Gilberto S/T
52. Rush Moving Pictures
53. Judas Priest British Steel
54. The Cult Love & Electric
55. Blues Brothers Briefcase Full of Blues
56. Leonard Cohen The Songs Of Leonard Cohen
57. Cream Disraeli Gears
58. Marvin Gaye Let’s Get It On
59. The Waterboys This Is The Sea
60. Kris Kristofferson The Silver Tongued Devil and I
61. The Blasters S/T
62. Jason & the Scorchers Lost and Found
63. Steve Earle Guitar Town
64. Gary Numan The Pleasure Principle
65. Waylon Jennings Ol’ Waylon

(with all the double-up’s I think this makes way more than 70, but who’s counting)

And for added fun, given all the heated Zep slap fighting,  I’ve included Muddy stomping out a Willie Dixon Classic, which netted Mr. Dixon a well deserved writing credit and some cashola’ .

Muddy Waters “You Need Love” Written by Willie Dixon, 1962