Budgie - Bandolier - Original 1975 UK MCA label 6-track LP
|Title||Bandolier - Original 1975 UK MCA label 6-track LP|
|Record label||MCA Records|
|Catalogue no||MCF 2723 / MAPS 8092|
|Year of release||1975|
|Grading||VG++ (Vinyl and Labels)/VG+ (Cover)|
|Additional info||Scarce 1975 UK MCA Records 6-track vinyl LP - ther 5th album by Cardiff, Wales, heavy metallists - including 'Can't See My Feelings' which was later covered by Iron Maiden on the b-side of their 1992 single 'From Here to Eternity.' |
Vinyl has the generic black company labels with rainbow logo motif and larger fat, capital lettering company name in blue to the top right - otherwise silver printing.
Vinyl has machine stamped and handetched matrix information:
Side 1: MCF 2723 A-2U A PORKY PRIME CUT, mother/stamper: 1 GG
Side 2: MCF 2723 B-1U PECKO, mother/stamper 1 RM
Vinyl is housed in a Garrod & Lofthoused manufactured picture cover.
Condition: VG++ (Vinyl and Labels)/VG+ (Cover):
Vinyl is bright and shiny - has a little superficial sleeve scuffing and marks - nothing needle inflicted - vinyl is in itself graded near mint.
Labels are plain near mint - hardly any signs of play or handling - vinyl is overall graded close to mint.
Picture cover has extremely nice front and back cover centers - very faint vinyl outline and only the very faintest wear along this on back. Cover has a few light wrinkling from edges - all from milder bends - otherwise extremely nice.
Seams has only a lighter degree of wear except for a mid-top pressure point - a little light and discontinued wear along lower seam - very little to top seam. Spine has a couple of spots of wear- typically at the origin of the wrinkles - does not affect the print in any way.
Top spine has a marginal dent - corners has otherwise only very marginal dents coupled with faint wear - all in all a simply very nice cover - not perfect, but very decent - graded VG+.
1. Breaking All the House Rules 7:23
2. Slipaway 4:02
3. Who Do You Want for Your Love? 6:10
1. I Can't See My Feelings 5:54
2. I Ain't No Mountain (Andy Fairweather Low) 3:36
3a. Napoleon Bona-Part One 2:36
3b. Napoleon Bona-Part Two 4:39
All tracks written by Tony Bourge and Burke Shelley, except where noted.
Released September 1975 Rockfield Studios, Monmouth and at Mayfair Sound, London
Vinyl is pressed by EMI Records, Hayes, Middlesex, UK.
Burke Shelley - bass guitar, vocals
Tony Bourge - guitar, vocals
Steve Williams - drums
The Honkettes - background vocals (Double Trouble, Cry for the Bad Man)
Lee Freeman - harp (I Got the Same Old Blues)
Barry Lee Harwood - dobro, mandolin (All I Can Do Is Write About It)
Budgie - producer
Richard Manwaring - engineer
Pat Moran - engineer
Ray Martinez - engineer
George Peckham - Mastering Engineer
John Pasche - art direction
Pete Vernon - photography
Patrick Woodroffe - cover illustration
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