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Arizona Sounds Volume 5

Arizona Sounds Volume 5 [Vinyl]
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  • 1981 compilation by KDKB
  • Preowned (Media: NM / Sleeve: NM)

  • A1

    Marty Mitchell Band*

    Damned If You Do

    Bass – Dave Schwarz

    Drums – Gary Bruzzese

    Guitar – Sam Blanchard

    Percussion – Richard Aguilar

    Saxophone – Richard Aguilar

    Vocals – Dave SchwarzMarty MitchellRichard Aguilar

    Written-By – Marty Mitchell

     

    A2

    Tempest (27)

    Modern Love

    Bass – Michael Warren (8)

    Drums – Dan Brown (16)

    Keyboards – Charles Newton (2)

    Lead Guitar – Brad Cooper (2)

    Lead Vocals – Brad Cooper (2)

    Written-By – Brad Cooper (2)

     

    A3

    Doug Doehrman

    What Am I To Do

    Acoustic Guitar – Doug Doehrman

    Backing Vocals – Celia AttaieGenny Walker

    Bass – Jim Rizzi

    Drums – John Morgan (21)

    Electric Guitar – Deak Dietrich

    Keyboards [Fender Rhodes] – John Smetek

    Steel Guitar – Genny Walker

    Vocals – Doug Doehrman

    Written-By – Doug Doehrman

     

    A4

    Captain Tripps

    Dead 'N Gone

    Bass Guitar – Jim Stellhorn

    Drums – Kevin Kennedy (9)

    Engineer – Jim Waldon

    Guitar – Chris Anderson (32)

    Keyboards – Carolyn Hielzen

    Lead Guitar – Kevin Crum

    Vocals – Carolyn HielzenChris Anderson (32)Jim StellhornKevin Crum

    Written-By – Jim Stellhorn

     

    A5

    Two Week Notice Band

    Heaven's On Fire

    Backing Vocals – Kenny SkaggsRonnie Glover (2)Russell SkaggsTom Georges

    Bass – Russell Skaggs

    Drums – Charlie Mossman

    Lead Guitar – Tommy Oster

    Lead Vocals – Tom Georges

    Rhythm Guitar – Ronnie Glover (2)Tom Georges

    Steel Guitar – Kenny Skaggs

    Written-By – Tom Georges

     

    A6

    The Schoolboys*

    Dagger And A Kiss

    Bass – Tracy Wallach

    Drums – Pat Dixon (3)

    Guitar – Dan WexlerJohn Acquilino*

    Lead Vocals – Steve Clifford*

    Written-By – Dan WexlerTony Alosi

     

    B1

    Dirty Pearl

    Custom Caddie

    Bass – Omer Wehunt

    Drums – Tim O'Connor (8)

    Flute – Dave McGinty

    Guitar – Bob Story

    Lead Vocals – Janice Gunderson Boucher

    Saxophone – Dave McGinty

    Vocals – Dave McGinty

    Written-By – Bob StoryJanice Gunderson Boucher

     

    B2

    Bill Clifford

    Open Up

    Bass – Bob Carrigan

    Drums – Tony Olguin

    Guitar – Mike Guess

    Lyrics By – Bill CliffordJ. Holmes

    Music By – Bill Clifford

     

    B3

    M & M Band

    I Don't Mind

    Backing Vocals – Mike McClain

    Guitar – Brian Lachance (2)

    Piano – Mike McClain

    Written-By – Jim Moorhous

     

    B4

    Jim Allen And The Sweetbriar Band

    Love's What I Give

    Acoustic Guitar – Jim Allen (7)

    Arranged By – Scott Peacock (2)

    Bass – Patrick Pfeiffer

    Drums – Greg Ramos

    Effects [String Machine] – Sandy Ramos

    Harmony Vocals – Jim Allen (7)

    Keyboards – Scott Peacock (2)

    Lead Vocals – Jim Allen (7)

    Written-By – Jim Allen (7)

     

    B5

    Freeze*

    Squeeze Play

    Bass – Lonnie Miller

    Drums – Kim Dimmer

    Flute – Marty Schlemeier

    Guitar – Dave Miller (26)Don Doiron

    Guitar [Guitars] – Craig Frost (2)

    Keyboards – Marty Schlemeier

    Vocals – Craig Frost (2)Dave Miller (26)Don DoironMarty Schlemeier

    Written-By – Dave Miller (26)

     

    B6

    Rampage (20)

    Give It Your All

    Acoustic Guitar – Ian Charles (2)Mark Laulme

    Bass – George GilmanIan Charles (2)

    Bass Guitar – George GilmanMark Laulme

    Clarinet – George Gilman

    Drums – David McCallMichael Rome

    Electric Guitar – Ian Charles (2)Mark Laulme

    Flute – George Gilman

    Guitar – George Gilman

    Harmonica – David McCall

    Keyboards – Mark Laulme

    Mandolin – Mark Laulme

    Organ – George Gilman

    Pedal Steel Guitar – Mark Laulme

    Piano – David McCallGeorge Gilman

    Saxophone – George Gilman

    Synthesizer – George Gilman

     

     

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    CD 
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    Vinyl
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    CD
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    Cassette
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    Very Good Plus (VG+) 

    Vinyl
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    CD 
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    Cassette
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    Very Good (VG) 

    Vinyl
    Generally worth 25% of Near Mint value. Many of the defects found in a VG+ record will be more pronounced in a VG disc. Surface noise will be evident upon playing, especially in soft passages and during a song's intro and fade, but will not overpower the music otherwise. Groove wear will start to be noticeable, as with light scratches (deep enough to feel with a fingernail) that will affect the sound. Labels may be marred by writing, or have tape or stickers (or their residue) attached. The same will be true of picture sleeves or LP covers. However, it will not have all of these problems at the same time. Goldmine price guides with more than one price will list Very Good as the lowest price.  

    CD
    Quite a few light scuffs/scratches, or several more-pronounced scratches. This has obviously been played, but not handled as carefully as a VG+. 

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    Cassette
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    Good (G), Good Plus (G+) 

    Vinyl 
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    CD 
    There are a lot of scuffs/scratches. However it will still play through without problems. This has not been handled with much care at all. 

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    Cassette
    Sleeve will be well worn, marked, and contain obvious indentations, fading, and/or writing, more so than a VG grade - possibly a more significant tear/rip. Tape will have heavy wear on shell. Felt stopper may be missing. Tape may have minor creasing, but not broken. Must play through, may have heavier degradation that will overpower music.

    Poor (P), Fair (F)

    Vinyl 
    Generally worth 0-5% of the Near Mint price. The record is cracked, badly warped, and won't play through without skipping or repeating. The picture sleeve is water damaged, split on all three seams and heavily marred by wear and writing. The LP cover barely keeps the LP inside it. Inner sleeves are fully split, crinkled, and written upon.  

    CD 
    The CD (if it is included) may or may not play some or all of the tracks. See the seller's comments for details.

    Insert/Inlay/Booklet/Sleeve/Digipak: Very worn. It may have obvious writing on it, it may be ripped/torn, or significantly faded, or water damaged.

    Cassette 
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