Freddy Fender + Sir Douglas (Quintet) - Re-Union of The Cosmic Brothers, 1975 original Crazy Cajun LP, $400 + S / H

1975 original Crazy Cajun Records LP pressing #1013, cover M-, NO seam splits, cut-out markings or ring-wear, vinyl M-, NO scratches, plays excellent.  Recorded live at The Armadillo World Headquarters, Austin, Texas in 1974 or 1975.  Augie Meyers-piano, Roky Erickson (ex-13th Floor Elevators) -plays guitar with the band. The 1950s medley on side 1 alone is worth the price of admission. We also have a perfect, sealed copy for $700 + S / H.

Sir Douglas Quintet ~ The Return of Doug Saldana, 1971 original 100% Still Sealed Mercury LP, $700 + S / H

1971 original Mercury Records LP pressing #PHS 600-363, 100% Still Sealed copy, MINT / MINT, unplayed, NO seam or spine splits, bb-hole on top edge corner, NO ring-wear. Sometime in early 1966, Doug Sahm left San Antonio, Texas with his wife & kids, settling just south of San Francisco, where in June 1966 he played his 1st gig at The Cow Palace, headlined by The Beach Boys & The Byrds!   in 1971, he returned home to Texas.

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Doug Sahm ~ Lone Star Cafe, NYC, 9/20/1978, original 3CDr set, Limited Edition / Not For Sale

Flying against the waves of Disco music hitting the country from coast to coast, Doug Sahm visited The Big Apple in the years 1978 - 1980 giving it a much needed dose of R&B, Blues, nay Texas Blues, Rock & Roll classics, Soul, and real steel guitar Country Music to please starving music fans of gutsy grooves! Courtesy of Randy Niendorff (Lafayette, Colorado).

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Doug Sahm ~ Lone Star Cafe, NYC, 9 / 1979, original 2CDr set, Limited Edition / Not For Sale

Another great live set, in 2 volumes, recorded live at The Lone Star Cafe, New York City, September 1979, with Doug Sahm still creating wonderful Americana music before it's time! Thanks again Randy Niendorff, dig it!!!  

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Doug Sahm & Augie Meyers ~ Austin City Limits 1976, CDr, Limited Edition / Not For Sale

Complete with the tuning up of each instrument right before "San Antone", done in October 1975 (later broadcast in January & February 1976 on TV stations across the country), a usual mix of country, blues & rock-n-roll by Doug & the band (now out on DVD, check it out!), courtesy Randy Niendorff again!

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The Amos Garrett, Doug Sahm, Gene Taylor Band ~ Live In Japan, 1991 Original Master Recording CD, $150 + S / H

1991 original made in Japan Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab CD pressing #MFCD 757, cover fold-out, back cover & disc M-, NO scratches on disc, plays excellent. Recorded live in Japan at Club Quattro (Tokyo), Ayama Gay (Tokyo), Kuda Kaidkan (Tokyo), AM Hall (Osaka) & Taku Taku (Kyoto).

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SIR DOUGLAS QUINTET ~ COLLECTION, 1994 original France / Holland pressing CD, $150 + S / H

1994 original made in Holland / pressed in France The San Juan Music Group CD pressing #COL060, 100% Still Sealed, NO cut-out markings, NO cracked case. Seems to be an "all Live" collection from various venues & years, sound quality ranges from VG+ to excellent. 

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Doug Sahm And The Sir Douglas Quintet with Augie Meyers - QUINTESSENCE, 1982 original UK press Sonet LP, $100 + S / H

1982 original made in the UK Sonet Records LP pressing #SNTF 881, cover VG+(+), NO seam or spine splits (except for about 1 inch at center of top seam), NO cut-out markings, NO ring-wear, vinyl M-, NO scratches, plays excellent. Several pressings exist with variations on cover design.

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Augie Meyers & The Sir Douglas Quintet, 2006 original Discos Doug Saldana 2CDr, N / A

2006 original Discos Doug Saldana #022, Limited #'d Edition 2CDr pressing, #2 out of only 7 copies made, cover, back cover & both discs M-, NO scratches on discs, recorded live in Zurich, Switzerland, May 31, 1985 with Larry Campbell on steel guitar & fiddle.

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SIR DOUGLAS QUINTET ~ Zurich, Switzerland, May 31, 1985, original Italy version of above 2CD set, only disc 1, Limited Edition / Not For Sale
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FREDDY FENDER ~ LA MUSICA DE BALDEMAR HUERTA, 2002 repress Back Porch promotional copy CDr, Not For Sale

2002 repress Back Porch promotional copy CDr pressing, cover, back cover & disc M-, NO cracked case. Beautiful & mostly Spanish collection of songs!

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The AMOS GARRETT DOUG SAHM GENE TAYLOR Band ~ "The Sahm Always Rises In The East", 2008 original Discos Doug Saldana 2CDr, Not For Sale

2008 original Discos Doug Saldana #039, Limited #'d Edition, #1 out of only 7 copies made. Recorded live at Kuidan Kaikan, Tokyo, Japan, May 28, 1990. Recording courtesy of John the III (Maryland, USA). Did The Sir Douglas Quintet ever play Japan? I only have a VHS video of The Texas Tornados playing at the Japan 1992 Mt. Fuji Country Music Festival playing with Mt. Fuji in the background (along with Doug Kershaw, and others), so I'm thinking, maybe the lack of Tex-Mex food available in Japan kept Doug Sahm's other bands from visiting Japan as often as they did Europe.

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Doug Sahm & Flaco Jimenez ~ "Tacos In The Air", 2004 original 2CDr Limited Edition / Not For Sale

2004 original Discos Doug Saldana #004, Limited Edition 2CDr pressing, Numbered #1 out of only 7 copies madeCover artwork, back cover & both discs M-, NO scratches, play excellent. Recorded live April 23, 1988 at The Liberty Lunch on West 2nd Street, Austin, Texas during Austin Record Convention which Doug mentions from the stage!

SIR DOUGLAS QUINTET ~ Groover's Paradaise Revisted, LIVE July 27, 1984, 2006 original Hot! Enchiladas Records 2CDr, Limited Edition / Not For Sale

2006 original Hot! Enchiladas Records #001, Limted Edition 2CDr, #1 out of only 7 copies made. Recorded live at the Liberty Lunch, Austin, Texas (just 1 block north of the Colorado River, downtown), July 27, 1984. Live recording courtesy of "the Texas Turtle" (wherever you are!)

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Doug Sahm ~ The Return of Wayne Douglas, 2000 original Tornado CD, Not For Sale

2000 original Tornado Records CD pressing #TTX 002, cover, back cover & disc M-, NO scratches on disc, plays excellent.

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J. R. Chatwell ~ Jammin' with J. R. & Friends ~ 1985 original L.A. Records LP, $500 + S / H

1985 original L. A. Records LP pressing #LA 0003, cover M-, NO seam or spine splits, NO cut-out markings, NO ring-wear, original printed inner sleeve M-, NO seams buasted, vinyl M-, NO scratches, plays excellent.  Very rare vinyl edition produced by Doug Sahm!  Guests include: Willie Nelson, Augie Meyers, Ernie Durawa, Jon Blondell, Johnny Gimble and others.

Doug Sahm ~ Live / Goin' To San Antone, 1984 original Japan pressing LP, $500 + S / H

1984 original Japan  pressing P-Vine Special LP #PLP-733, thick cover with Japanese OBI strip M-, NO seam or spine splits, NO cut-out markings, NO ring-wear, 2-sided Japanese & English lyrics insert M-, vinyl M-, NO scratches, plays excellent. Recorded live (NO venue / date listed), but from the set-list, this was probably recorded somewhere in the years 1973 - 1976.

Sir Douglas Quintet ~ 1 + 1 + 1 = 4, 1970 original Mercury Phillips GF LP, Not For Sale

1970 original Mercury Phillips Records LP pressing #PHS-600 344, Gatefold (in the middle) of textured cover M-, NO seam or spine splits, NO cut-out markings, NO ring-wear, original credits printed inner sleeve VG++, just the aging of paper, vinyl M-, NO scratches, plays excellent. The pride of San Antonio, Texas blooming like the flower children in San Francisco, California circa 1970! This is the 1st of many "keeper" albums we will be listing soon, these boys are on the top of my list because "we dig the SDQ!"  "Catch The Man On The Rise" & "Be Real".

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THE QUINTET - FUTURE TENSE, 1971 original United Artists LP, Not For Sale

1971 original United Artists Records LP pressing #UAS-5514, cover M- (still in the original plastic shrink-wrap with outrageous 49 cent price sticker!), NO seam or spine splits, NO cut-out markings, NO ring-wear, vinyl M-, NO scratches, plays excellent. NO Doug Sahm, NO problem. We Love Doug Sahm and he was proud of the boys for doing this LP, it's as cool as can be! Rocks from start to finish. Also sealed copies w cut-corner for $75 + S/H.

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THE DOUG SAHM BAND ~ THE JAZZHAUS, LAWRENCE, KANSAS, SEPTEMBER 29, 1989 - Parts 1, 2, 3, original Randy Niendorff CDr x3, Not For Sale

Original Randy Niendorff private pressing 3CDr, recorded live at The Jazzhaus, Lawrence, Kansas, September 29, 1989.

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DOUG SAHM / The Texas Tornados? - The Record Plant, Sausalito, CA, 1985, original private pressing 2CDr, Not For Sale

After listening to the disc 1 set list, this sounds like the November 11, 1973 New York City Record Plant we have listed on another page, as all the songs on disc 1 could have been recorded in 1973 (none are from a later period, or album), I will agree that the recording date is November 11, 1973, however, whether it's "east coast or west coast"? that's another matter. Disc 2 has it's own questions as to if it's actually the Texas Tornados, or more likely The Sir Douglas Quintet! The 1st & last songs from the "Texas Tornados" set tells me, just by looking at the set list titles that indeed, it is The Sir Douglas Quintet, circa 1985 (so that part of this item is correct on the cover, the 1985 date, at least for disc 2). The 1st song is introduced by Doug as being "brand new" (and it came out on the 1985 LP "Luv ya Europa!").  While the last song on this partial set list ("It Was Fun While It Lasted") to my knowledge was never performed by the Texas Tornados (it was from the Alvin Crow days in the SDQ, 1981 - 1983). So, a healthy dose on what nowadays is called "disinformation" all the way around on this 2-disc set, but HEY! It's still good rock-n-roll to me!!

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