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John Hiatt / Slug Line
MCA Records 3088 (1979)(US) Original issue Record. "Slug Line" shows John Hiatt fronting a straight-ahead guitar rock band, having nothing
to do with the stylistic diversity he reveled in before, and throwing out snappy, aphoristic lyrics.
The Record and Cover are in great (Very Good++) condition...$10.00

John Hiatt Slug Line lp
                               
John Hiatt Two Bit Monsters lp
John Hiatt / Two Bit Monsters
MCA Records 5123 (1980)(US) Original issue Record. "Two Bit Monsters" is simular to John Hiatt's last album but boasts an even more simplified
musical approach and he is starting to emerge into his own. The Record and Cover are in great (Very Good++) condition...$10.00



John Hiatt / All Of A Sudden (Promo)
Geffen Records GHS-2009 (198)(US) Original issue Record. "All of a Sudden" is Hiatt's fifth album and this album is produced by Tony Visconti,
known for his work with David Bowie. The Record and Cover (promo stamp on front) are in great (Very Good++) condition...$10.00



John Hiatt / Riding With The King
MCA Records 5123 (1980)(US) Original issue Record. John Hiatt's vocals here sound a lot more subtle and incisive than the albums that preceded
it. "Riding With the King" is a bit mixed-up, but it is certainly a step in the right direction for Hiatt.
The Record and Cover are in great (Very Good++) condition...$10.00



John Hiatt / Warming Up To The Ice Age (Promo)
Geffen Records GHS-24055 (1985)(US) Promotional issue Record. Highlights here are "The Usual," later covered by Bob Dylan, and "She Said the
Same Things to Me." The Record and Cover (promo stamp on front) are in great (Very Good++) condition...$10.00



John Hiatt / Bring The Family (Promo)
A&M Records SP-5158 (1987)(US) Promotional issue Record. Hiatt and his dream band (Ry Cooder on guitar, Nick Lowe on bass, and Jim Keltner
on drums) went into an L.A. studio and knocked off "Bring the Family" in a mere four days, and the result was the best album of Hiatt's career.
The Record and Cover (title sticker on front/promo stamp on back) are in great (Very Good++) condition...$10.00

John Hiatt Bring The Family lp
              
John Hiatt Slow Turning lp
              
John Hiatt Stolen Moments lp
John Hiatt / Slow Turning (Promo) (Sold Out)
A&M Records SP-5206 (1988)(US) Promotional issue Record. Following the best album of your career is no easy task for most performers, but
with "Slow Turning" John Hiatt made it clear that the excellence of "Bring the Family" was no fluke.
The Record and Cover (title sticker on front/promo stamp on back) are in great (Very Good++) condition...$10.00 (SOLD 07/09)

John Hiatt / Stolen Moments (Promo) (Sold Out)
A&M Records SP-5310 (1990)(US) Promotional issue Record. John Hiatt's highest-charting album yet is proving that his songwriting and voice
have become his secrets to his success. The album features some of Hiatt's true classics.
The Record and Cover (title sticker on front/promo stamp on back) are in great (Very Good++) condition...$10.00 (SOLD 05/15)




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