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Seatrain - Marblehead Messenger - Original 1971 UK Capitol label 10-track LP - Green 'Target' Labels

€ 14
TitleMarblehead Messenger - Original 1971 UK Capitol label 10-track LP - Green 'Target' Labels
Price € 14
Record labelCapitol Records
Catalogue noEA-ST 829
Year of release1971
GradingVG+(+) (Vinyls and Labels)/VG++ (Cover)
Stock listSeatrain
Additional infoOriginal 1971 UK Capitol label LP - the third album by Marin County, California, based roots-fusion - featuring members of The Blues Project, Earth Opera, Mystery Trend and Jim Kweskin Jug Band - produced by George Martin.

Vinyl has the generic green upper 'Target' logo company labels with lower olive green company logo - machine stamped matrix information:
EA-SMASH 1 829-1, mother/stamper 1 P
EA-SMASH 1 829-1, mother/stamper 1 A
atressing that this album was manufactured from the first master matrix, first set of mothers and early stampers.

Vinyl is held in a slightly textured Garrod & Lofthoused gatefold picture cover.

Condition: VG+(+) (Vinyls and Labels)/VG++ (Cover):
Vinyl still retains its original lustre and has some degree of superlight sleeve scuffs - nothing inflicted by a needle, nothing audible. Labels has 2 - 3 light spindletraces slightly scattered within the centre ring - labels are graded near perfect - vinyl is overall close to near perfect/excellent.

Cover has almost no edge wrinkling - likewise just the very faintest corners or seam wear - perfect inner spread - easily a near perfect cover - very nice.


Side 1:
1 Gramercy
2 The State Of Georgia's Mind
3 Protestant Preacher
4 Lonely's Not The Only Way To Go
5 How Sweet Thy Song

Side 2:
1 Marblehead Messenger
2 London Song
3 Mississippi Moon
4 Losing All The Years
5 Despair Tire


Peter Rowan - Guitar, Vocals
Larry Atamanuik - Drums, Percussion
Lloyd Baskin - Keyboards, Vocals
Richard Greene - Mandolin, Violin, Vocals
Andy Kulberg - Bass, Flute, Vocals
Jim Roberts ? Vocals

Technical Credits:
George Martin ? Production
Bill Price ? Engineer
Dick Shapiro - Assistant Engineer/Technical Assistant

Jim McGuire - Photography
Bob Cato - Design