The Whiz Kids ~ Whiz Kids ~ 1974 original Kasaba Records LP, $300 + S / H

1974 original Kasaba Records LP pressing #KSB 200, cover M-, still in the original plastic shrink-wrap, NO seam or spine splits, NO cut-out markings, NO ring-wear, vinyl M-, NO scratches, plays excellent. In the Michigan summer of 1972, my friend Richard & I (both about 16) hitch-hiked west from our migrant labor camp (halfway between Auburn & Bay City) to Midland, Michigan to see 4 bands in a Midland roller skating rink!  The 1st 2 bands were Mr. Flood's Party & these guys, The Whiz Kids (I really can't remember who was 1st, it's been such a long time, but I do remember BOTH bands were GREAT!)  The 3rd band was blues guitarist Catfish, and he was so AMAZING that the headliner, one John Kay (lead singer of Steppenwolf), that John Kay refused to follow Catfish!!!  He refused to come out and play so the crowd was getting pretty rowdy & aggressive, wanting to "riot", so Richard and I headed for the exit and started hitching home (we had to work the fields the next day!)

Teegarden & Van Winkle with Bruce ~ On Our Way, 1972 original Westbound promo copy LP, $75 + S / H

1972 original Westbound Records LP pressing #WB 2010, cover VG, NO seam or spine splits, round punch hole on edge corner (this is a promo copy), shelf wear, price sticker removal damage, vinyl VG++, NO scratches, plays excellent with the odd click or pop. An uplifting blues rock album from start to finish from these Michigan greats!

Frigid Pink ~ debut album, 1970 original Parrot Records LP, $250 + S / H

1970 original Parrot Records LP pressing #PAS 71033, cover M-, NO seam or spine splits, NO cut-out markings, NO ring-wear, shelf wear, wear on bottom spine corner, vinyl M-, NO scratches, plays excellent. Some of the best psychedelic blues rock this side of Detroit, Michigan, circa 1970! Tom Beaudry -vocals; Gary Ray Thompson -guitar; Tom Harris -bass; Richard Stevers -drums.

THE  F R U T  ~ "KEEP ON TRUCKIN' ", 1970 original Westbound LP, $180 + S / H

1970 original Westbound Records LP pressing #WB 2005, cover M-, NO seam or spine splits, NO cut-out markings, NO ring-wear, vinyl M-, NO scratches, plays excellent. Panama -vocals; Crunchy Cristals -guitar; John Kozmo -bass; Snidley Whiplash -drums. 

Detroit feat. Mitch Ryder, 1971 original Paramount Records LP, $50 + S / H

1971 original Paramount Records LP pressing #PAS 6010, cover VG, NO seam or spine splits, NO cut-out markings, NO ring-wear, some shelf wear, vinyl VG+, one light scratch, plays excellent with some click & pops. Mitch Ryder -lead vocals; John (the Bee) Badanjek -drums & vocals; Dirty Ed -congas & tambourine; Steve (Decator Gator) Hunter -lead guitar; W. R. Cooke -bass & vocals; Brett Tuggle - guitar; Harry Phillips -keyboards. While the above band focused on 1950s, 1960s classic doo-wop rock-n-roll, this band played current 1970s Detroit rock.

Commander Cody and his Lost Planet Airmen ~ Lost in the Ozone, 1980 reissue Paramount LP, $75 + S / H

1980 reissue blue label Paramount Records LP pressing #PAS 6017, textured cover M-, NO seam or spine splits, NO cut-out markings, NO ring-wear, vinyl M-, NO scratches, plays excellent. This band was BIG in Ann Arbor, Michigan + San Francisco, Cal & Austin, Texas!

Commander Cody and his Lost Planet Airmen ~ Country Casanova, 1973 Original Paramount LP, $200 + S / H

1973 original 1st press Paramount Records LP pressing #PAS-6054, cover M-, NO seam or spine splits, NO cut-out markings, NO ring-wear, vinyl M-, NO scratches, plays excellent. The boys get down on "da boogie!" Country & Western too!

Commander Cody and his Lost Planet Airmen ~ Live From Deep In The Heart of Texas, 1974 original Paramount lp, $300 + s / h

1974 original 1st press Paramount Records LP pressing #PAS-1017, cover M-, NO seam or spine splits, NO cut-out markings, NO ring-wear, vinyl M-, NO scratches, plays excellent. Recorded live at the Armadillo World Headquarters, Austin, Texas, November 1973.

Commander Cody & his Lost Planet Airmen ~ Sleazy Roadside Stories, 1988 Original Relix LP + Glossy, $200 + S / H

1988 original Relix Records LP pressing #RRLP 2028, cover M-, NO seam or spine splits, NO cut-out markings, NO ring-wear, original 12" x 10" B&W Glossy photo M- for tour appearances probably. Recorded live at The Armadillo World HQ, Austin, Texas, December 1973 just a month after the above LP was recorded. A question for you out there: Who played the steel guitar on this album? Bobby Black is missing... ?