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Status Quo Record and Concert Video Collection in Sudbury, Ontario for sale

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Collection of 17 Status Quo LPs and 7 VHS concert tapes for sale. Collection includes their first album from 1968 including their break out hit of Pictures of Matchstick Men and Green Tambourine. I have both the U.S. and Canadian pressing of this seminal first album. The Canadian pressing is called Picturesque Matchstiquable Messages from the Status Quo NSPL 18220. The U.S. pressing is called Messages from the Status Quo on LPS 315. All records are in near mint to mint condition. Other records include:

Status Quo - Picture Disc featuring The Wanderer and Can't Be Done (1984)
Picture Disc featuring Rollin Home and This Side Lonely (1986)
Pye Big Deal with 4 Tracks (1970)
Don't Waste my Time
Dreamin (Rare album)
Status Quo Live at the N.E.C. (1982)
Status Quo Fresh Quota - Six tracks on 10" longplay
Rollin' Home
Spare Parts 1970
Red Sky (Live at Wembley with fold out poster pack)
A Mess of Blues Extended Edition
Whatever you Want (1979)
First Night Stand - Newcastle July 18, 1978 Bakersfield Records SQ-6891 Bootleg
Golden Hour of Status Quo
Golden Hour Presents Status Quo - Down the Dustpipe

Prefer to sell the records as a set. Tapes sold individually or as a set. E mail or call show contact info for additional information or to arrange a viewing appointment.

For background on Status Quo see description below

Status Quo are a british rock band (London, England). The group was founded by bassist Alan Lancaster and guitarist Francis Rossi in 1962.

They began as a rock and roll freakbeat band called The Spectres. By 1967, with very little commercial success, they discovered psychedelia and changed their name to Traffic (later Traffic Jam, to avoid confusion with Steve Winwood's Traffic.) At this time the line-up also included organist Roy Lynes and drummer John Coghlan. Late in 1967 they recruited second guitarist Rick Parfitt and became The Status Quo, scoring Top 10 singles with Pictures Of Matchstick Men and Ice In The Sun. "Pictures of Matchstick Men" remains the only Top 40 hit single the group has ever charted in the United States. They have never achieved the same level of success there, that they have enjoyed in their home country.

After their second album Spare Parts they decided to change into a heavy boogie rock band. During the seventies they became one of the UK's leading rock bands, gaining a faithful following due to their excellent live gigs. They showed a great amount of energy during this decade and in the early 80s. They and are best known for songs from this era such as Paper Plane (1972), Caroline (1973), Down Down (1975), John Fogerty's Rockin' All Over the World (1977) and Whatever You Want (1979). Down Down topped the UK charts in January 1975 (their only British No. 1 single to date).

They continue to tour today and have a loyal following.


Category:  Movies & Music  |  Address:  Sudbury Ontario

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