The Small Faces - From The Beginning, Rare and Original UK Red Unboxed Decca, [LK 4879] mono 1967 release. The record is in a great EX- condition, still full gloss and very clean and bright, just one or two light marks, but nothing major. The red unboxed Decca labels are very bright and clean, with just a few signs of spindle wear. Comes within its original inner sleeve, the cover sleeve is in a stunning NM- condition, the colours are very bright and clean, just a little wear on the opening, but very light, best sleeve for this album we have ever seen or had.
Rolando Al and The Soul Brothers -Pheonix City, original 1966 UK Doctor Bird label issue DB-1020, coupled with Men Alone by The Deacons on the flip side. The record on both sides play very well, with no skips or jumps, a little bit of back ground noise in some quiet places, but nothing major, the vinyl still has alot of gloss and is very bright, with a few surface marks and scuffs, over all VG+ condition. The labels are again free of any writting, a little ring wear as you would expect from this 45+ year old label, again in VG+ condition. Although classic tracks, this is a very rare UK release from a Studio 1 production.
We also have another copy of this record, which is in NM condition, at a cost of £35
The Zombies, - Time Of The Season/ I'll Call You Mine, re-issue classic 7" single on Epic Records, [Epic S EPC 3380]. The record is in EX- condition, with just a couple light marks, the vinyl is still bright and clean. The labels again are in EX condition, with no rips or writting, housed in a orange Epic company sleeve.
Paul Weller [The Jam], Sweet Pea, My Sweet Pea, 12" vinyl single, [Island Records 12IS 764] 2000, unplayed copy, the record, labels and sleeve are all in Mint unplayed condition. Has a promo only sticker, stuck over the bar code. This Paul Weller record and some of the other PW records listed on our site, have come direct from Paul Weller and his Management Company, all ex-promotional stock.
THE WHO - MY GENERATION [EX]
Marniv Gaye's 1969 original UK stereo issue album of M.P.G. [Tamla Motown STML 11119]. The record is in EX+ condition, very bright and clean, as are the labels. The sleeve is in EX- condition, with a little wear on the corners and a little creasing on the spine, the cream colour reverse of the sleeve a little discoloured.
Booker T. & The MG's original 1968 UK album release of 'Doin Our Thing' [Stax 230 002] Mono. The sleeve is very bright and clean as is the record and labels, there is some very small 'ticks' written on the reverse of the sleeve next to some of the track listings, other wise the sleeve as is the record is in EX+ condition.
Booker T. & The MG's original 1967 US album release of 'Hip Hug-Her' [Stax 717] Mono. The stickered sleeve is very bright and clean as is the record and labels, there is four very small 'ticks' written on the reverse of the sleeve next to some of the track listings, other wise the sleeve as is the record is in EX+ condition.
The Mod Live-Aid Alldayer, double album, recorded at Walthamstow 15th December 1985 [Phoenix Records THE 2] 1986. Feature bands such as The Purple Hearts, The Risk, The Gents, The Way Out, The 5.30, The Co-Stars, XL and many many more, with a great 'Spectrum Jam' at the end featuring members of the bands that played that day and guest presenters included Ed ball & Rick Buckler. A rare album, and this copy, the gatefold sleeve is in EX+ condition as are the two records and the labels.