Love Sculpture - Blues Helping [Parlophone Records PMC 7059] 1968, UK mono original issue, 1st press, yellow/black labels. The record is in EX++ condition, with a good full gloss, clean and bright, with just a couple of very light marks, the labels are in NM- condition and on side one, it does have a 'factory sample' sticker, and they are also clean and bright and with no writting on them, the sleeve is in EX+ condition, being clean and bright, but is a little discoloured on the reverse side, but nothing major.
Mike Hart - Mike Hart Bleeds [Dandelion Records 63756] 1969, UK original issue, 1st press. The record is in EX++ condition, with a good full gloss, clean and bright, the labels are in NM- condition, and they are also clean and bright and with no writting on them, the sleeve is in EX+ condition, being clean and bright, but does have just a little edge and corner wear but nothing major.
John Lee Hooker and Others - Rhythm and Blues, 4 track EP, [Visadisc Records T EP 231] France 1960's, c/w picture sleeve. The record is in a VG+ condition, bright and clean and still with a good high gloss. The labels are in VG+ condition and are bright and clean with no writting on them. Housed in a picture sleeve, which is in EX+ condition. Other artists are John Lee Hooker, Brownie McGhee, Memphis Minnie & St Louis Jimmy
Chuck Berry - signed autograph page by the Rock'n'Roll legend Chuck Berry, signed in the UK, in the early to mid 60's. Very nice clear signiture, signed in a blue pen, a little staining on the page, but does not effect the signiture. The main signed autograph page measures about 110mm x 60mm, it is mounted with two colour photos [re-prints] one on stage and one back stage, already professionally mounted and ready to frame. Very rare and fully genuine autograph of one of the greatest Rock'n'Rollers of the fifties and sixties. Over all size of the mounted autograph & photos is about 470mm x 345mm
The Kinks - The Kinks [Pye Records NPL.18096] mono, original UK issue, 1964. The record is in EX+ condition, a good gloss, clean and bright, but with a few light marks, the pink labels are in EX condition, very clean. The flip back sleeve is in EX- condition, very clean and bright, showing a little aging on the reverse and the opening and corners are a little worn.
J. B. Lenoir - Man, Watch Your Woman/ Mama, Talk To Your Daughter, original 1965 UK 'Bootleg' white label issue, [Bootleg Records BL 503], only 99 copies pressed. The record is in EX+ condition, and is still very bright and clean with a high gloss, just showing a few very light marks. The textured white labels are also in a EX condition, with the original black writing of the artists name, cat' number and track on both sides, also with futher details of Lenoir band mates name and instruments played written in blue pen on the 'A' side This is a very rare single released in 1965 of a 1954 recording, although classed as a 'bootleg' it's more of a 'Private' pressing.
Spirit Of John Morgan - Spirit Of John Morgan, 1969 UK pressing [Carnaby Records CNLS.6002]. The record is inNM- condition with very little sign of play, maybe only played a couple of times with a full gloss and very bright, the labels are in NM- condition, very clean and bright, the sleeve is in EX- condition, although showing a little aging and shelf/ corner wear.
Duster Bennett - 12 db's, 1970 UK pressing [Blue Horizon Records 7-63868], c/w insert. The record is in EX+ condition with very little sign of play, maybe only played a couple of times, the labels are in EX condition just showing a small mark or two, the sleeve is in EX- condition, although showing a little aging and dirt. The rare insert is in EX+ condition.
Duster Bennett - Raining In My Heart/ Jumpin' For Joy, original 1968 UK issue, [Blue Horizon Records 57-3148]. The record is in EX condition, and is still very bright and clean with a high gloss. The printed labels are in a EX- condition, and are also bright and clean, but the 'B' Side label does have a little pencil or pen mark, like a itatial type mark, housed in a original Blue Horizon sleeve.
Robert Pete Williams - Those Prison Blues [77 Records LA 12/17] original UK issue, 1963. The record is in EX- condition, a good bright gloss, but showing a few very light marks, the labels are in EX condition, very bright and clean, the sleeve in also in EX+ condition, very clean and bright, showing a little aging to the edges.