#The #Best, by #country music artist #Dan #Seals, features his highest charting songs from his previous four albums beginning with #RebelHeart (1983). The album has been certified platinum. The new track, #OneFriend was originally found on his 1984 album #SanAntone, and was re-recorded for this album, and was released as a single and became his seventh number one song in a row. #GreatestHits #BestOf #DanSeals #Vinyl #LP

#The #Best, by #country music artist #Dan #Seals, features his highest charting songs from his previous four albums beginning with #RebelHeart (1983). The album has been certified platinum. The new track, #OneFriend was originally found on his 1984 album #SanAntone, and was re-recorded for this album, and was released as a single and became his seventh number one song in a row. #GreatestHits #BestOf #DanSeals #Vinyl #LP

"Fist City" was Loretta Lynn's second album to top the Billboard Country Albums chart. The second single was the title track which peaked at #1. Inspired by her husband's dalliances with other women who pursued him while she was touring, Lynn wrote the song as a warning to stay away from him if they don't wish to be soundly beaten. It is one of several songs that got Lynn banned from the radio in the 1960s for her controversial themes. (Vinyl LP)

"Fist City" was Loretta Lynn's second album to top the Billboard Country Albums chart. The second single was the title track which peaked at #1. Inspired by her husband's dalliances with other women who pursued him while she was touring, Lynn wrote the song as a warning to stay away from him if they don't wish to be soundly beaten. It is one of several songs that got Lynn banned from the radio in the 1960s for her controversial themes. (Vinyl LP)

"John Denver's Greatest Hits, Volume 3" features the previously unreleased single "Love Again" (#85 Hot 100, #30 A/C). By the end of the '70s, John Denver was still a star. "Greatest Hits, Vol. 3 "covers the late 70s through mid-80s -- an era that found Denver's skills as sharp as ever. The best moments from these years (most of which are captured in this collection) illustrate that he was still capable of crafting ingratiating folk-pop songs. (Vinyl LP)

"John Denver's Greatest Hits, Volume 3" features the previously unreleased single "Love Again" (#85 Hot 100, #30 A/C). By the end of the '70s, John Denver was still a star. "Greatest Hits, Vol. 3 "covers the late 70s through mid-80s -- an era that found Denver's skills as sharp as ever. The best moments from these years (most of which are captured in this collection) illustrate that he was still capable of crafting ingratiating folk-pop songs. (Vinyl LP)

#Thirteen, by #EmmylouHarris, includes the singles: "I Had My Heart Set on You" and "Today I Started Loving You Again". The title #Thirteen came from its status as her thirteenth studio album. For unexplained reasons, the album was taken out of print a few years after its initial release, making it one of the most sought-after albums in #Harris' catalogue by fans. #Vinyl #LP

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#Thirteen, by #EmmylouHarris, includes the singles: "I Had My Heart Set on You" and "Today I Started Loving You Again". The title #Thirteen came from its status as her thirteenth studio album. For unexplained reasons, the album was taken out of print a few years after its initial release, making it one of the most sought-after albums in #Harris' catalogue by fans. #Vinyl #LP

"Somebody Somewhere", by country singer Loretta Lynn, peaked at #1 on Billboard's Top Country Albums. The title song "Somebody Somewhere (Don't Know What He's Missin' Tonight)", a 1976 single written by Lola Jean Dillon, was Loretta Lynn's tenth number one on the country chart as a solo artist. The single stayed at #1 for two weeks. (Vinyl LP)

"Somebody Somewhere", by country singer Loretta Lynn, peaked at #1 on Billboard's Top Country Albums. The title song "Somebody Somewhere (Don't Know What He's Missin' Tonight)", a 1976 single written by Lola Jean Dillon, was Loretta Lynn's tenth number one on the country chart as a solo artist. The single stayed at #1 for two weeks. (Vinyl LP)

"The World of Dolly Parton" captures young Dolly Parton on Monument Records circa 1967. The double LP features "Daddy Won't Be Home Anymore," "This Boy Has Been Hurt," and "I'm Not Worth the Tears", not to mention the stand-out gem "Dumb Blonde." Though they didn't storm the charts like her RCA material, Parton's Monument recordings are among her rootsiest and hardest country recordings and should be heard by all of her fans. (Vinyl LP)

"The World of Dolly Parton" captures young Dolly Parton on Monument Records circa 1967. The double LP features "Daddy Won't Be Home Anymore," "This Boy Has Been Hurt," and "I'm Not Worth the Tears", not to mention the stand-out gem "Dumb Blonde." Though they didn't storm the charts like her RCA material, Parton's Monument recordings are among her rootsiest and hardest country recordings and should be heard by all of her fans. (Vinyl LP)

#Where the #Fast #Lane #Ends, by the American #CountryMusic group The #Oak #Ridge #Boys, peaked at number 14 on Billboard's Top #Country Albums in the U.S. The album features the singles "This Crazy Love" and "It Takes a Little Rain (To Make Love Grow)". The album was the group's last release before #WilliamLeeGolden left the group. #WhereTheFastLaneEnds #ThisCrazyLove #OakRidgeBoys #Vinyl #LP

Details about Oak Ridge Boys - Where the Fast Lane Ends (1987) [SEALED] Vinyl; This Crazy Love

#Where the #Fast #Lane #Ends, by the American #CountryMusic group The #Oak #Ridge #Boys, peaked at number 14 on Billboard's Top #Country Albums in the U.S. The album features the singles "This Crazy Love" and "It Takes a Little Rain (To Make Love Grow)". The album was the group's last release before #WilliamLeeGolden left the group. #WhereTheFastLaneEnds #ThisCrazyLove #OakRidgeBoys #Vinyl #LP

“The Nonsense Songbook” (1959, Coral) by The Three Stooges.

“The Nonsense Songbook” (1959, Coral) by The Three Stooges.

"Colors of the Day: The Best of Judy Collins" peaked at No. 37 on the Billboard Pop Albums charts. The collection includes her U.S. top 40 hit cover of Joni Mitchell's "Both Sides Now", her hit recording of "Amazing Grace", and Collins' own composition "Albatross". (Vinyl LP)

"Colors of the Day: The Best of Judy Collins" peaked at No. 37 on the Billboard Pop Albums charts. The collection includes her U.S. top 40 hit cover of Joni Mitchell's "Both Sides Now", her hit recording of "Amazing Grace", and Collins' own composition "Albatross". (Vinyl LP)

Poison - Look What The Cat Dragged In LP Vinyl Record Album, Enigma Records - ST-12523, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Glam, 1986

Poison - Look What The Cat Dragged In LP Vinyl Record Album, Enigma Records - ST-12523, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Glam, 1986

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