Folk UK & US 60's & 70's (32)
John Barber & The St. Ives Minstrels, Cornwall is Calling, [Sentinel SENS 1008] 1971, stereo, sleeve in NM- condition, as is the record.
Alex Campbell & His Friends, [Saga Records ERO 8021] mono/stereo, 1967, with people like Sandy Denny, Johnny Silvo and others. Sleeve in EX+ condition, record is in EX- condition with just one or two very light marks.
Clannad - Clanned In Concert, original Irish release from 1978 [Osham Records BLB 5001]. The record and labels are all in NM condition, being very clean and bright, with showing very little sign of play. The gatefold sleeve is in EX+ condition, with showing a little ageing on the front and back covers.
Dafydd Iwan ac Edward - Fuoch Chi Rioed Yn Morio. Original UK 1st pressing issue, Sain Records, Orange/ Pink label [Sain Records H 1005]. The record is in a good EX+ condition. Very clean and bright and has a good gloss to the playing surface, with just a couple of very light surface marks . Plays very well with no skips or jumps. The labels are in NM condition, clean and bright. The sleeve is also in a good EX- condition, a few dirty marks on the laminated front and a small price tag scuff, and a little discolored in one or two places on the reverse, just aging.
Dave & Tim - Robert E. Lee + 3 other tracks [Saydisc Records 33SD 156] 1968, UK issue, 7" EP c/w picture sleeve, Dave Mudge & Tim Clutterbuck. The record is in EX condition, with a good full gloss, clean and bright, the labels are in NM- condition, clean and bright and the picture sleeve is only in G- condition, both sides of the sleeve are grubby, but the top edge has been 'eaten away' by water damaged and very roughly held together with tape from the inside, but all the same, still a rare release of these Bristol based boys.
Nick Drake - Fruit Tree, Rare 4 album box set, c/w booklet, from Hannibal Records. The four records include, Five Leaves Left, Bryter Layter, Pink Moon, Time Of No Reply, plus booklet. All the albums are in NM condition, with only having one play, if that, so still full gloss and very clean and bright. The labels again are very clean and very bright and are in NM condition, as are all the sleeves, [original art work for his first three albums]. The booklet is again all in NM condition, as is the outer box, except there is a small scuff on the front top right hand side, but nothing major.
Live Convention [Island Records ILPS 9285] 1974, with inner sleeve. The record is in EX- condition and the sleeve is in EX+ condition. Pink rim Island label.
Folk From Mctavish's Kitchens, [Counterpoint CPT 3994] 1973,sleeve in NM- condition, as is the record.
Vin Garbutt, The Valley of Trees, [Trailer LER 2078], 1972, sleeve in EX+ condition, as is the record.
The Complete Mr. Fox, [2 LP set] [Transatlantic TRA 303] 1975. 2 LP set, gatefold sleeve, featuring the albums 'Mr. Fox' &' The Gipsy'. Very rare double album, sleeve in NM+ condition, as are both records.
The Oyster Band, Lie Back and Think of England, [Pukka Records YOP 04] stereo, The record and the sleeve are all in NM condition for this rare recording.
Planxty - The Well Below The Valley, with Christy Moore, original 1973 UK release on Polydor Records [ Polydor 2383 232 Super], The record and labels are all in NM condition, showing very little signs of play. The sleeve is also in a NM condition with showing no wear at all.
John Renbourn, [Transatlantic Records TRA 135] mono, 1965, his first album. Sleeve in EX- condition, record is in EX- condition with just a couple of light marks.
SUMMER FEVER/ BLOW ON BY [Plankton Records Plank 001, stereo] 1980, picture sleeve, both record and sleeve are in EX+ condition.
Bringing The House Down, [Therapy Mag 0009] Private press, Stereo, 1975. Sleeve in EX+ condition, record is in NM condition.
Super Troupers, [Therapy THERAPY 4] Private press, Stereo, 1980. Sleeve in VG- condition, record is in NM condition.
English Country Music from East Anglia, [Topic 12TS 229] Stereo, 1973. Sleeve in EX- condition, the record is in EX+ condition.
Various Artists - First Tracks, [Forest Tracks Records FT 3001] 1973 stereo, this is rare folk album of various artists from Dorset, England. The record is in EX+ condition is are the labels and the sleeve.
Sea Songs and Shanties, [Topic Sampler No. 7], [Topic TPS 205] mono. Sleeve in EX+ condition, record is in NM condition.
The Transports, [Free Reed FRR 021/2] 2 album set, Stereo, 1977. Stickered gatefold sleeve, c/w booklet which is in EX- condition, the two records are in EX+ condition.
White on Black, [Say Discs SDL 251] Stereo, 1974, signed copy. Sleeve in EX- condition, record is in VG+ condition, record does have a couple of marks. Rare album.
The Wolfetones - 'Till Ireland A Nation. Original Irish 1st pressing issue, Dolphin Records, white/ light blue label [Dolphin Records DOL 1006] Stereo 1974. The record is in a good EX+ condition. Very clean and bright and has a good gloss to the playing surface, with just a couple of very light surface marks . Plays very well with no skips or jumps. The labels are in NM condition, clean and bright. The gatefold sleeve c/w booklet is also in a good EX+ condition, clean and bright.
Pasties and Cream [Sentinal SENS 1006] 1971, classic Cornish Folk music, sleeve in EX+ condition, as is the record.
The Yetties - Who's A-fear'd? Songs and Music from Dorset, this was The Yetties 2nd LP release, and still on the Acorn label, 1970, [Acorn Records CF208]. The record is in VG+ condition, as are the labels and the sleeve being in EX- condition.