Saturday, July 30, 2016

New Vinyl: Hissing of the Summer Lawns Edition

we put out over 100 records in our 5.99 bins plus this giant collection of vintage vinyl:

Alan Parson, Tales of Mystery (canadian press/gold vinyl)
Alan Parsons, Best
America, History/Hits
America, s/t
America, View From the Ground
Asylum Choir (Leon Russell), Look Inside
Beach Boys, Endless Summer
Big Audio Dynamite, No. 10 Upping Street
Billy Idol, Rebel Yell
Billy Joel, Glass Houses
Billy Joel, The Stranger
Bob Dylan, Slow Train Coming
Bob Seger, Stranger in Town
Boston, Don’t Look Back
Boston, s/t
Bruce Springsteen, Born in the USA
Bryan Adams, Cuts Like a Knife
Bryan Adams, Reckless
Buffy Sainte-Marie, Little Wheel Spin & Spin
Byrds, Greatest Hits
Cars, s/t
Cat Stevens, The World of
Charles Musselwhite, Tennessee Woman
Cheap Trick, At Budokan
Chet Atkins, This Is
Coney Hatch, s/t
Crowbar, st
Crowded House, Temple of Low Men
David Bowie, Bertolt Brecht’s Baal
Deep Purple, Shades of DP
Def Leppard, High and Dry
Def leppard, Hysteria
Dire Straits, Money for Nothing
Doobie Brothers, Farewell Tour
Doobie Brothers, Takin It to the Streets
Doors, s/t
Doors, Waiting for the Sun
Duran Duran, Notorious
Duran Duran, Rio
Eagles, Greatest Hits
Eagles, Hotel California
EAgles, On the Border
Eagles, s/t
Edgar Winter, Jasmine Nightmares
Edgar Winter, Roadwork
Emerson Lake and Palmer, Tarkus
Eric Clapton, Best
Eric Clapton, s/t
Fleetwood Mac, Rumours
Foreigner, Double Vision
Foreigner, Four
Foreigner, s/t
Genesis, Duke
George Cromarty, Grassroots Guitar
George Harrison, Greatest Hits
Glenn Gould, Bach Keyboard Concertos vol II
Guess Who, Best of
Guess Who, Canned Wheat
Guess Who, Power in the Music
Hall and Oates, Rock n Soul Part One
Hall n Oates, Big Bam Boom
Harpers Bizarre, Feelin Groovy
Harry Chapin, Living Room Suite
Heart, Dog and Butterfly
Heart, Little Queen
Herbie Hancock, Futureshock
Huey Lewis, Fore
Ian and Sylvia, s/t
Incredible String Band, The Big Huge
Incredible String Band, The Hangman’s Beautiful Daughter
INXS, Kick
Iron Maiden, Powerslave
Janis Joplin, Greatest Hits
Jay and the Americans, Sunday and Me
Jethro Tull, Living in the Past
Jethro Tull, Songs from the Wood
Jimi Hendrix, Smash Hits
Joe Walsh, But Seriously Folks
John Cougar, Scarecrow
John Lennon, Rock n Roll
John Lennon, Walls and Bridges
Joni Mitchel, Shadows and Light
Joni Mitchell, Blue
Joni Mitchell, Miles of Aisles
Joni Mitchell, Mingus
Joni Mitchell, The Hissing of Summer Lawns
Journey, Greatest Hits
Ladysmith Black Mambazo, Inala
Leon Russell, Hank Wilson Vol II
Little River Band, First Under the Wire
Little River Band, Sleeper Catcher
Loverboy, Get Lucky
Loverboy, s/t
Madonna, Like a Virgin
Maineeaxe, Shout it Out
Mama Cass, Dream a Little Dream
Mamas & the Papas, Greatest Hits
Meatloaf, Bat Out of Hell
Michael Jackson, Thriller
Monks, Bad Habits
Nash the Slash, s/t
Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Richochet
Ozzy Osbourne, Bark at the Moon
Ozzy Osbourne, Blizzard of Ozz
Ozzy Osbourne, Diary of a Madman
Ozzy Osbourne, Speak of the Devil
Paul Simon, Graceland
Paul Simon, Greatest Hits etc
Paul Simon, There Goes Rhymin Simon
Peter Gabriel, Car 16
Psychedelic Furs, Talk Talk
Queen, Hot Space
Queen, II
Queen, The Game
Quiet Riot, Condition Critical
RATT, Out of the Cellar
Redd Foxx, The New Fugg
REO Speedwagon, Hi Infidelity
Rickie Lee Jones, The Magazine
Rod Stewart, Greatest Hits
Rod Stewart, Sing It Again Rod
Roxy Music, Country Life
Roy Buchanan, Second Album
Rush, 2112
Rush, A Farewell to Kings
Rush, Exit Stage Left
Rush, Hemispheres (red vinyl)
Rush, Moving Pictures
Rush, Permanent Waves
Ry Cooder, Crossroads ST
Santana, Amigos
Santana, Freedom
Santana, III
Scorpions, Blackout
Scorpions, World Wide Live
Seals and Croft, Hits
Simon & Garfunkel, Bridge Over Troubled Water
Simon & Garfunkel, Sounds of Silence
Simon and Garfunkel, Greatest Hits
Simple Minds, Sons and Fascination
Simple Minds, Sparkle in the Rain
Spirit, Twelve Dreams of Dr Sardonicus
Steely Dan, Countdown to Ecstasy
Steely Dan, Katy Lied
Steve Miller, Fly Like an Eagle
Stevie Wonder, Fulfillingness First Finale
Stevie Wonder, Songs in the Key of Life (with 7-inch)
Stevie Wonder, Talking Book
Strawbs, Burning for You
Styx, Pieces of Eight
Styx, The Grand Illusion
Supertramp, Free as a Bird
Supertramp, Paris
Talking Heads, More Songs About Buildings and Food
Tears for Fears, Songs from the Big Chair
Ten Years After, A Space in Time
Ten Years After, Positive Vibrations
Tom Petty, Damn the Torpedoes
Tom Petty, You’re Gonna Get It
Traveling Wilburys, Volume One
Triumph, Allied Forces
Triumph, Rock n Roll Machine
Triumph, s/t
U2, War
Van Halen, 1984
Van Halen, II
Various, All This and World War II
Various, Beyond the Fringe
Various, Sgt. Pepper’s OST
Various, The Blues Brothers ST
Various, Toronto Calling
Various, Warriors OST
Various, Woodstock ST
Violent Femmes, The Blind Leading the Naked
Waterboys, Fisherman’s Blues
Weird Al Yankovic, In 3-D
Wet Willie, The Wetter the Better
Whitensake, David Coverdale
Whitesnake, Lovehunter
Whitesnake, s/t
Yes, The Yes Album
Yes, The Yes Album
ZZ Top, Eliminator

Saturday, July 23, 2016

Hillside Weekend Record Dump

Just because it's Hillside, Doesn't Mean We Don't Have Records!

AC/Dc, Back in Black (180g) 
Ahmad Jamal, At the Pershing (180g) 
Animals, Best of (180g) 
Art Blakey, Moanin’ (180g) 
Avalanches, Wildflower 
BB King, Blues in My Heart (180g) 
BB King, King of the Blues (180g) 
BB King, Singin the Blues (180g) 
Beatles, Abbey Road (180g) 
Billie Holiday, Body and Soul (180g) 
Billie Holiday, Lady in Satin (180g) 
Bjork, Debut 
Bob Dylan, s/t (180g)
Booker T and the MGs, Green Onions (180g) 
Buddy Holly, The Chirping Crickets (180g) 
Chris Cohen, Overgrown 
Chuck Berry, One Dozen Berrys (180g) 
Clash, London Calling (Legacy 180g) 
Cocteau Twins, Blue Bell Knoll (180g)  
Coldplay, A Rush of Blood to the Head 
Dayglo Abortions, Feed Us a Fetus (30th anniversary) 
Dead Can Dance, s/t 
Dead Can Dance, Spleen and Ideal 
Decemberists, The Crane Wife 
Dr. Dre, The Chronic 
Eartha Kitt, Down to Eartha (180g) 
Ella Fitzgerald / Louis Armstrong, ella and Louis Again (180g) 
Etta James, At Last (180g) 
Fleetwood Mac, Greatest Hits
Frank Zappa, Uncle Meat (180g) 
Gang of Four, Songs of the Free (180g) 
Jay Reatard, Matador Singles 
Jimi Hendrix, Axis Bold as Love (180g) 
John Coltrane, Giant Steps (180g) 
John Lee Hooker, The Big Soul of 
John Lee Hooker, Travelin’ (180g) 
Johnny Cash, Blood Sweat and Tears (180g) 
Johnny Cash, Out Among the Stars(180g) 
Johnny Cash, Sings the Songs That Made Him Famous (180g) 
Johnny Cash, The Fabulous (180g) 
Johnny Cash, The Sounds of Johnny Cash (180g) 
Junior Wells, Cut That Out (180)
Kanye West, The College Dropout 
Kaytranada, 99.9% 
Led Zeppelin, I (180g)
Led Zeppelin, II (180g) 
Louis Armstrong, ella Fitzgerald, Louis and Ella (180g) 
Lou Reed, Transformer 
Lowell Fulson The Blues Come Rollin In (180g) 
Mac Demarco, Salad Days 
Madlib / MF DOOM, Madvillain 
Monkees, Cereal Box Record Set
Muse, Resistance
Nina Simone, Little Girl Blue (180g) 
Nina Simone, Sings Ellington (180g) 
Nirvana, On a Plain (rare radio & tv) 
NWA, Straight Outta Compton 
Oscar Peterson, The Sound of the Trio (180g) 
Ought, More Than Any Other Day (180g) 
Parquet Courts, Light Up Gold
Patsy Cline, Showcase (180g) 
Pink Floyd, Piper At the Gates of Dawn (180g) 
Pink Floyd, Saucerful of Secrets (180g) 
Pink Floyd, Ummagumma (180g) 
Prince, The Purple Era (purple vinyl) 
Pup, The Dream is Over (red vinyl) 
Ray Charles, Modern sounds in Country and Western (180g) 
Ray Charles, The Genius Hits the Road (80g) 
Ray Charles, What’d I Say (180g) 
Red Hot Chili Peppers, By the Way 
Red Hot Chili peppers, Greatest Hits 
Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Getaway 
REM, automatic For the People 
REM, Eponymous
REM, Lifes Rich Pageant 
Sam Cooke, The Wonderful World of (180g) 
Shirelles, Baby It’s You (180g) 
Sleater Kinney, One Beat 
Sonic Youth, Murray Street 
Supremes, Meet the (180g) 
T-Bone Walker, T-Bone Blues (180g) 
Tame Impala, Innerspeaker 
Thelonious Monk, Monk’s Music (180g) 
Townes Van Zandt, Our Mother the Mountain
Tribe Called Quest, The Low End Theory 
Various, Fillet of Soul 
Various, Funk Fever 
Velvet Underground, Live @ Max’s Kansas City (180g) 
Ventures, Walk Don’t Run (180g)
Wanda Jackson, There’s a Party Going On (180g) 
William Shatner, Ponder the Mystery 
Wu-Tang Clan, Enter the Wu-Tang 

Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Royal Cat Comic Book Club: 4PANEL

Introducing the Royal Cat Comic Book Club!

Each month, Royal Cat Records will feature a new underground comic or graphic novel from a different boutique publisher or creator.

July's featured book is 4PANEL.

4PANEL is a new anthology featuring four awesome cutting edge artists.

The book is based on the long-running website and magazine feature that experiments with the comic strip format. Now it has branched out into a semi-annual book project with each issue focusing on four unique artists. Issue one features these guys:

  • Mark Connery — the Toronto genius who recently released the phenomenal collection Rudy (2014) with 2D Cloud— offers up Tricky Business, a series of individual 4PANEL strips in black & white. Conscientiously unpolished, in fact, a seeming amalgamation of scraps and doodles, these comics cannot help but betray an intimate familiarity with the precious comic conventions they are so insouciantly subverting. The strips often gesture towards narrative, but ‘what happens next’ is always spontaneous and nonsensical: there are gaps in every logic invoked, and poetry in every logical gap. These comics simultaneously have the feel of playful free-association, of sheer brilliance, and of raving lunacy. (And, yes, Connery’s infamous magical-cat protagonist does make a guest appearance or two within these playful panels.) Pure comics-Dada — tricky business, indeed! 
  • Jesse Jacobs opts to sustain a whole narrative across a set of individualized 4PANEL strips. The Garden, a “living synthesis of art, nature, and science,” tells the story of a vibrant alien garden that is overtaken by an invasive plant species. The cumulative narrative reads like an extraterrestrial iteration of the popular children’s song There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly, with solutions becoming problems requiring further solutions leading to more problems, on and on. The Garden is as fun as it is anti-humanist, and it’s expertly illustrated. As with his recent Koyama Press books By This Shall You Know Him (2012) and Safari Honeymoon (2014), Jacobs’ intricate, geometrical artwork and finely tuned colour palette drive this story in complex and adventurous ways. The message embedded in all these beautifully rendered lines is clear: Immolate the garden. Re-set the future. Let life begin again in the void. 
  • Anuj Shrestha’s Seed Soul Star is capped on both ends by large 4PANEL sequences depicting what might be the rubble of a fallen civilization, or simply the busted up remnants of a demolition site, with a black, star-dotted sky hanging in the background. This desolate sci-fi backdrop sets the tone for Shrestha’s hauntingly beautiful work; it pulls each solo strip into a larger whole. Seed Soul Star relies on the image, more than on language, to communicate: these formally proficient strips drawn in a clear line (ligne claire) style have titles, but otherwise are largely silent. The section ­— a cold world portrayed in black, dull green and pale yellow — probes a wide variety of inter-resonating themes: colonization in its earthly form, expansion into space, cellular metastasis, body normalization, the accumulation of wealth and goods, evolution, the connection between destruction and growth. It asks us to contemplate the limits of constants in a way that is at once stunningly disturbing and serene.  
  • 4PANEL project founder Mark Laliberte carries out an intense, experimental investigation of the insular strip form in Darkly Projected, but does so while forging both subtle and explicit connections between various stand-alone pieces. The section opens with a strip that is both a ‘birth’ and a ‘death’, and throughout, existential themes of separation and loss echo and overlap from work to work. Motifs relating to comic book visuality, sonology and topography run up against their frames, only to resurface, slightly transformed, elsewhere in the section. Five interspersed ‘Slips’ serve as control strips that frame the sequencing of all the other works — these visually similar, cartoon abstractions provide a thoughtfully devised colour-phrasing that helps to impose a visual continuity across this section’s wonderfully and weirdly variegated terrain. 

The 4PANEL Project was launched in 2012 by Mark Laliberte — a Toronto-based artist, curator and editor. In simplest terms, the project strives to reinvigorate the traditional four-panel strip form. Despite its lofty beginnings in the annals of comics history, this once compelling A/B/C/D delivery system has degraded over the years into something that is predictable, humour-tinted and formulaic. While the syndicated tales of anthropomorphic house pets, loveable vikings and suburban middle-class families certainly have an audience — more Garfield, anyone? — I truly felt the form could offer so much more. 
Testing this potential, I approached a handful of artist-friends, presenting them with a challenge: to see what kind of unfamiliar work they could produce on a very familiar canvas made up of four sequential rectangles in horizontal formation. While 4PANEL strips are structurally similar to their mainstream cousins, the format constraints are tighter — everyone uses the exact same template without exception — resulting in a growing collection of self-contained works that quietly interact with one another on a formal level. 4PANEL asks its participants to take a cartoon tradition and cannibalize it to build something brand new. It allows artists to perform short, sharp experiments within the frame, emphasizing poetic and abstract explorations while de-emphasizing the need for a punch-line. Some artists do embrace narrative, of course, but they always manage to anarchically shirk convention the moment it seems to congeal into a norm.

Tickets for Ciaran Lavery

Guelph Roots presents:

Ciaran Lavery
Monday, August 15
Silence 7pm
46 Essex St., Guelph

Tickets available at Royal Cat Records

$20 advanced

Catch this amazing Irish artist in Guelph before he opens for Case/Lang/Veirs at the Danforth Music Hall in Toronto.

Ciaran Lavery on Soundcloud

Friday, July 15, 2016

Hillside Festival/Art on the Street Edition: New Vinyl!

A partial list of recent arrivals at Royal Cat. Some new releases and reissues (including some Hillside bands) as well as plenty of vintage vinyl, including a mini-collection of classic metal, and many other gems!


Aphex Twin, Cheetah
Arcade Fire, Funeral
Band of Horses, Why Are You OK?
Beatles, Greatest Hits 62-65 (ltd 500 copies red vinyl)
Beatles, Please Please Me (180g)
Beatles, Rubber Soul (180g)
Beatles, With the Beatles (180g)
Bikini Kill, Revolution Girl Style Now
Billie Holiday, Lady Sings the Blues (180g)
Billie Holiday, Strange Fruit (purple vinyl 180g)
Bob Dylan, s/t (picture disc)
Daniel Johnston, 1990/Artistic Vice (2LP)
Dave Brubeck, Time Out (180g)
Diodes, s/t
Elmore James, The Definitive
Four Tops, Keeper of the Castle
Gang of Four, Entertainment
Gories, House Rockin (deluxe edition)
Holy Fuck, Congrats
Howlin Wolf, s/t
Isaac Hayes, Hot Buttered Soul
JR. Walker and the All Stars, What Does it Take to Win Your Love
Kurt Vile, Smoke Ring for My Halo
Lee Perry, Voodooism
Link Wray, & the Wraymen
Marvin Gaye, What’s Going On (colour vinyl)
Melvins, Stoner Witch
Mercury Rev, Deserter’s Songs
Milk Carton Kids, The Ash & Clay
Modern Lovers, Live (180g)
Montrose, Jump On It  
Neko Case, Case/Lang/Veirs (180g)
Plasmatics / Wendy O Williams, Brain Dead (picture disc)
Pup, The Dream is Over (red vinyl)
Radiohead, Amnesiac (2 x 10-inch)
Radiohead, A Moon Shaped Pool


AC/DC, Dirty Deeds 
AC/DC, For Those About to Rock 
Allman Brothers Band, The Road Goes on Forever 
Ambrosia, Somewhere I’ve Never Travelled 
Angel, White Hot 
Babe Ruth, s/t 
Barry White, Just Another Way to Say I Love You 
Barry White, Stone Gon’ 
Black Sabbath, IV 
Black Sabbath, Paranoid 
Black Sabbath, We Sold Our Soul for RnR 
Blue Oyster Cult, Cultosaurus Erectus 
Blue Oyster Cult, Fire of Unknown Origin 
Blue Oyster Cult, The Revolution by Night
Bob Dylan, Greatest Hits I 
Cheech and Chong, Los Cochinos 
Copperpenny, s/t 
Cream, Off the Top 
Crosby Stills Nash and Young, 4-Way Street 
Dave Brubeck, Greatest Hits 
David Bowie, Station to Station 
Deep Purple, Come Taste the Band 
Deep Purple, Machine Head 
Deep Purple, Made in Europe 
Deep Purple, Powerhouse 
Deep Purple, Stormbringer 
Derek and the Dominos, Layla 
Dio, Monsters of Rock (Italy bootleg) 
Doors, Greatest Hits
Doors, LA Woman 
Doors, Morrison Hotel 
Doors, Strange Days 
Doors, The Soft Parade 
Doors, Waiting for the Sun 
Downchild / Spencer Davis, Blood Run Hot
Duane and Greg Allman, s/t 
Duke Ellington, 70th Birthday Party 
Enya, Watermark
Eric Clapton, Slowhand 
Eric Clapton, Timepieces 
Fastway, s/t 
Gary Numan, Telekon
George Carlin, Class Clown 
George Carlin, Occupation Foole 
Herbie Mann, Standing Ovation at Newport 
Holy Modal Rounders, The Moray Eels Eat the HMR 
Iron Maiden, Killers 
Iron Maiden, Maiden Japan EP (Canadian) 
Iron Maiden, Number of the Beast
Iron Maiden, Piece of Mind 
James Taylor, Greatest Hits 
James Taylor, s/t 
Jethro Tull, Thick as a Brick 
Jon Anderson, Olias 
Judas Priest, British Steel 
Judas Priest, Defenders of the Faith 
Judas Priest, Sad Wings of Destiny 
Judas Priest, Screaming for Vengeance 
Kathi McDonald, insane asylum 
King Biscuit Boy / With Crowbar, Official Music 
Left Banke, Walk Away Renee/Pretty ballerina 
Lemon Pipers, Jungle Marmalade 
Molly Hatchet, Flirtin with Distaster 
Molly Hatchet, s/t 
Molly Hatchet, Take no Prisoners
Pink Floyd, Dark Side of the Moon 
Randy Burn, And the Sky Dog Band 
Ray Manzarek, The Golden Scarab
Ray Manzarek, The Whole Thing 
Rush, All the World’s a Stage 
Sarah Vaughan, Feelin’ Good
Savoy Brown, Looking In 
Spinners, From Here to Eternally 
Strawbs, Hero and Heroine 
Taj Mahal, Music Keep Me Together 
Tower of Power, In the Slot
U2, The Joshua Tree 
Who, It’s Hard 
ZZ Top, Eliminator

Saturday, July 9, 2016

Come Underground: New Records @ Royal Cat

New this week: vintage cassettes, vinyl, even some cds!

Here's the vinyl list.

New Arrivals:

AC/DC, Back in Black 
Al Green, Greatest Hits 
Amy Winehouse, Back to Black 
Ann Peebles, Greatest Hits 
Arctic Monkeys, Favourite Worst Nightmare 
BB King, King of the Blues (pic disc) 
Beatles, White Album (180g) 
Billie Holiday, Body and Soul (180g) 
Bjork, Post (180g) 
Blink-182, California 
Bob Marley, Legend 
Bon Iver, For Emma Forever Ago 
Clash, Live at Shea Stadium 
Daft Punk, Discovery 
Daughter, The Wild Youth EP 
Dinosaur Jr., You’re Living All Over Me 
Earl Sweatshirt, I Don’t Like Shit I Don’t Go Outside 
Father John Misty, Fear Fun 
Florence, How Big How Blue How Beautiful 
Fugees, The Score (180g) 
Green Day, American Idiot 
Guns n Roses, Appetite for Destruction
Haim, Days Are Gone
Jeff Buckley, Grace 
Jimi Hendrix, Are You Experienced
Joy Division, Unknown Pleasures (180g) 
Led Zeppelin, II 
Led Zeppelin, IV (180g)
Mac Demarco, Another One 
Mac Demarco, II 
Metallica, And Justice for All 
Metallica, Master of Puppets 
Metallica, Ride the Lightning 
Mississippi Fred McDowell, Mama Says I’m Crazy (180g) 
Mumford & Sons, Babel 
Mumford & Sons, Sigh No More 
Neil Young, s/t (180g) 
New Order, Power Corruption & Lies (180g) 
Nirvana, Nevermind (180g) 
Pixies, Surfer Rosa 
Rage Against the Machine, Evil Empire (180g)
Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Getaway 
RL Burnside, A Ass Pocket Full of Whiskey 
RL Burnside, Mississippi Hill Country Blues 
Robert Johnson, King of the Delta Blues 
Rolling Stones, Sticky Fingers (180g) 
Run the Jewels, I (gold vinyl) 
Run the Jewels, II (teal vinyl) 
Santana, Early San Francisco Years (pic disc) 
Soul Asylum, Grave Dancer’s Union (180g) 
T-Model Ford, Pee-Wee Get My Gun (180g) 
Talking Heads, Speaking in Tongues 
Townes Van Zandt, Our Mother the Mountain 
Tragically Hip, Fully Completely (deluxe ed) 
Van Morrison, Moondance (180g) 
Various, Reservoir Dogs ST (180g)
Weezer, White Album 


Band, Islands 
Billy Joel, An Innocent Man 
Bob Dylan, Planet Waves 
David Wilcox, Out of the Woods 
Don Mclean, Playin Favorites 
Doug and the Slugs, Music for the Hard of Thinking 
Duran Duran, Rio 
Edith Piaf, Best Vol II 
ELO, Ole Elo 
Elton John, Greatest Hits 
Emerson Lake and Palmer, Welcome Back 
Frank Zappa, Zoot allures 
Heart, Magazine (picture disc)
Jimmy Cliff, Give Thankx 
Joe Cocker, Mad Dogs
Johnny Cash, Gone Girl 
Joni Mitchell, Blue 
KD Lang, Shadowland 
Leon Russell, Stop All That Jazz
Los Lobos, And a Time to Dance
Michael Jackson, Thriller 
Monty Python, Live at Drury Lane 
Monty Python, Previous Record 
Musical Youth, The Youth of Today 
Ozzy Osbourne, Blizzard of Ozz 
Proclaimers, Sunshine on Leith 
Rod Stewart, Foot Loose and Fancy Free 
Rod Stewart / Faces, Live: Coast to Coast 
Rush, Exit Stage Left 
Steely Dan, Gaucho 
Supertramp, Breakfast in America
Supertramp, Crime of the Century 
Supertramp, Famous Last Words 
Supertramp, Paris 
Suzi Quatro, Quatro 
Waylon Jennings, Outlaws 
Who, Meaty Beaty Big and Bouncy 
Who, Who Are You 
Who, Who’s Next 
Willie Nelson, Before His Time 
Willie Nelson, Waylon and Willie WWII 

Willie Nelson, Willie and Family Live