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Nick Lowe / Pure Pop For Now People
Columbia Records JC-35329 (1978)(US) Standard issue Record. On his first solo album, Nick Lowe completely abandoned the rootsy ways of his work
with Brinsley Schwarz and refashioned himself as a pop craftsman. In many ways, "Pure Pop for Now People" sounds like '60s pop from an alternate
universe. It's a absolute tour de force of his songwriting talent, as well as his fantastic wit.
The Record and Cover are in nice (Very Good+ to Very Good++) condition...$6.00

Nick Lowe Pure Pop For Now People lp
                               
Nick Lowe Labour of Lust lp
Nick Lowe / Labour of Lust (Promo)
Columbia Records JC-36087 (1979)(US) Promotional issue Record. On his second solo release "Labour of Lust" Nick Lowe works primarily in the
roots rock style of Brinsley Schwarz but energizing his conservative tendencies with strong pop melodies, a sense of humor, and an edgy new wave
sensibility. He comes up with one of his best sets of songs (including his biggest hit "Cruel to Be Kind" and "Cracking Up").
The Record and Cover (promo stamp on back) are in great (Very Good++) condition...$10.00



(Nick Lowe) Rockpile / Seconds of Pleasure
Columbia Records JC-36886 (1980)(US) Standard issue Record (with Bonus 45RPM single). "Seconds of Pleasure" is a true band affair, a 12-track
album split evenly between the two — five each for Lowe and Edmunds, with guitarist Billy Bremner taking two lead vocals on "Heart" and
"You Ain't Nothin' But Fine". Included is the four-track EP "Nick Lowe & Dave Edmunds Sing the Everly Brothers", which was given away with
early pressings of the album. The Records and Gatefold Cover are in excellent (Mint-) condition...$15.00

Nick Lowe Dave Edmunds Rockpile seconds of Pleasure Everly Brothers lp
                               
Nick Lowe Interchords Nick the Knife lp
Nick Lowe / Interchords ~ An Interrogation of Nick Lowe
(alias Nick the Knife) (Promo)
Columbia Records AS-1400 (1982)(US) Limited Edition Record featuring a conversation with Nick Lowe discussing some of his treasured cuts
from his archives including: They Call It Rock, Burning, Heart, Couldn’t Love You (Any More Than I Do), Let Me Kiss Ya, Cruel To Be Kind,
(What’s So Funny ‘Bout) Peace Love and Understanding, Marie Provost, Stick It Where The Sun Don’t Shine, Too Many Teardrops, Raining
Raining, So It Goes. The record is a Promotional release prepared especially for radio play.
The Record and Cover are in excellent (Mint-) condition...$25.00



Nick Lowe / Nick the Knife
Columbia Records FC-37932 (1982)(US) Standard issue Record. While the songs on "Nick the Knife" aren't as consistently strong as those on
"Labour of Lust", Nick Lowe contributes a handful of classics and the album is an uptempo good time listening experience.
The Record and Cover are in great (Very Good++ to Mint-) condition...$6.00



Nick Lowe / The Abominable Showman
Columbia Records FC-38589 (1983)(US) Standard issue Record. On "The Abominable Showman" Nick Lowe mixes his pop finese with a bit of his
country roots and adds a little dated production (includes his classic song "Ragin' Eyes").
The Record and Cover are in great (Very Good++ to Mint-) condition...$6.00



Nick Lowe and his Cowboy Outfit / The Rose of England
Columbia Records FC-39958 (1985)(US) Standard issue Record. Following through on the roots-rock leanings of "Cowboy Outfit", Nick Lowe
delivered the delightful "The Rose of England" which includes the reworking of "I Knew the Bride (When She Use To Rock and Roll)" featuring
Huey Lewis and The News. The Record and Cover are in excellent (Mint-) condition...$6.00



Nick Lowe / Pinker and Prouder Than Previous (Promo)
Columbia Records FC-40381 (1988)(US) Promotional issue Record. Working with the same blend of classic pop, rock & roll, and country-rock,
Nick Lowe returns to his earlier (non-Cowboy Outfit) musical ways.
The Record and Cover (promo stamp on back) are in excellent (Mint-) condition...$10.00



Nick Lowe / Nicks Knack (Import)
Demon Records FIEND-59 (1986)(UK) Import issue Record. A unique cross section of some of Nick Lowe's catalog that includes "Ragin' Eyes",
"One's Too Many ...", "Stick It Where The Sun Don't Shine", "Endless Grey Ribbon", "Burning", "My Heart Hurts" and ten others.
The Record and Cover (with title sticker on front) are in great (Very Good++ to Mint-) condition...$20.00

Nick Lowe Nicks Knack lp




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