This listing is for Steve Goodman - Steve Goodman Vinyl LP Record Album BDS 5096.
Label: Buddah Records – BDS 5096
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album
Genre: Folk, World, & Country
Condition: Jacket: Very Good (slight ring wear) Vinyl: Very Good
A1 The I Don't Know Where I'm Going, But I'm Goin' Nowhere In A Hurry Blues 2:32
A2 Rainbow Road 3:33
A3 Donald & Lydia 4:54
A4 You Never Even Call Me By My Name 4:24
A5 Mind Your Own Business 2:54
A6 Eight Ball Blues 4:24
B1 City Of New Orleans 3:52
B2 Turnpike Tom 4:15
B3 Yellow Coat 4:44
B4 So Fine 3:19
B5 Jazzman 3:42
B6 Would You Like To Learn To Dance? 4:07
Steven Benjamin Goodman was an American folk music singer-songwriter from Chicago. He wrote the song "City of New Orleans," which was recorded by Arlo Guthrie and many others including Joan Baez, John Denver and Judy Collins; in 1985, it received a Grammy award for best country song, as performed by Willie Nelson. Goodman had a small but dedicated group of fans for his albums and concerts during his lifetime, and is generally considered a musician's musician. His most frequently sung song is the Chicago Cubs anthem, "Go, Cubs, Go". Goodman died of leukemia in September 1984.
I base the condition of each of my Records off of Ebay's Grading System.
• MINT (M) Looks new and unplayed. Very high vinyl luster and no noticeable label defects. Sounds new. With 45rpm records, this does not always mean there is no surface noise at all.
• NEAR MINT (NM) Looks almost new, but has some minor flaws such as a drill hole; unobtrusive writing on label (e.g., an X on a promo copy); minor scuffing on vinyl; minor color flaking on label, or other insignificant flaws that only slightly detract from visual appeal. May have some minor surface noise, but nothing distracting.
• VERY GOOD (VG) There may be light scuffing and some of the original vinyl luster may be lost. The vinyl and label may appear used, but well cared for. Records may have some more obvious flaws that are not visually degrading such as a sticker on the label; more noticeable writing on the label; scuffing and minor scratches on the vinyl; or minor discoloration of the label. There may be very minor warping of the vinyl. There may be a slight scratch not affecting play.
• GOOD (G) Record has visible signs of handling and playing, such as loss of vinyl luster, minor surface scratches, groove wear, and audible surface noise. Appears well used but not abused. May have a few major flaws, such as scratches, label tears, or stickers, and/or writing.
• FAIR (F) Appears well used and somewhat abused. Audio is not great due to surface noise and scratches. The record may have a stick or a skip. Records in this condition are those you might purchase to fill a hole in your collection until a better copy comes along.
• POOR (P) Well played with little luster and significant surface noise, but still not cracked or broken. Record likely skips and/or sticks. Typically so bad looking that a true “collector” would just toss it out. More useful as a Frisbee. I try not to sell records in this condition.
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