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Great Society with Grace Slick - Conspicuous Only In It's Absence - original 1968 US Columbia label 9-track LP - Red 360 Labels

€ 75
ArtistGreat Society with Grace Slick
TitleConspicuous Only In It's Absence - original 1968 US Columbia label 9-track LP - Red 360 Labels
Price € 75
GenreROCK
FormatLP
Record labelColumbia Records
Catalogue noCS 9624
CountryUSA
Year of release1968
GradingVG++ (Vinyls and Labels)/VG++ (Cover)
Stock listGreat Society with Grace Slick
Additional infoScarece original 1968 US Columbia 9-track stereo LP featuring Bay Area psychedelic folk-rock combo recorded live at The Matrix, San Francisco in 1966 - and including versions of Somebody To Love and White Rabbit.

Vinyl has the generic red company labels with black centre and white rimprint - '360 Sound Stereo', two camera eyes & Columbia rim print in back pasted and front stickered picture cover.

Condition: VG++ (Vinyls and Labels)/VG++ (Cover):
Vinyl is superlustrous and has a single superlight and short surface mark - otherwise only the very faintest sleeve wear and mint labels - overall straight close to perfect vinyl condition.
Cover is still in the original - opened and somewhat torn - shrinkwrapping with intact sticker - has a touch of opening corners dents - next to nothing and easily graded near perfect.

Tracklisting:

Side 1:
1. Sally Go 'Round The Roses
2. Didn't Think So
3. Grimly Forming
4. Somebody To Love

Side 2:
1. Father Bruce
2. Outlaw Blues
3. Often As I May
4. Arbitration
5. White Rabbit

Credits:
Grace Slick - piano, vocals
Darby Slick - guitar
David Miner - guitar
Jerry Slick - drums
Peter Vandergelder (van Gelder) - bass, flute, saxophone

Technical credits:
Peter Abram - Production

Artwork:
Pat Lofthouse - Design/Graphics
Liner Notes? Ralph J. Gleason
Herb Greene - Photography
Michael Rachoff - Photo Collage