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Hearts and Flowers - Hearts and Flowers - Original 1968 US Capitol label 10-track LP - Black Rainbow Rim Labels

€ 150
ArtistHearts and Flowers
TitleHearts and Flowers - Original 1968 US Capitol label 10-track LP - Black Rainbow Rim Labels
Price € 150
Record labelCapitol Records
Catalogue noST 2868
Year of release1968
GradingVG+(+) (Vinyl and Labels)/VG+ (Cover)
Stock listHearts and Flowers
Additional infoRare original 1968 US Capitol label 10-track LP - the eminent 2nd release by influential Los Angeles based country folk-rock band - this one with more L.A. pop harmonies and tasty psychedelic-tinged orchestral arrangements than the debut album - featuring future Flying Burrito Brother and Eagles' founding member and guitarist-songwriter, Bernie Leadon, who replaced Rick Cunha

Vinyl has the generic black rainbow rim labels with top oval company logo, silver center printing and light blue printing along lower label perimeter - placing this as the original 1st issue.

Vinyl has handwritten matrix information:
Side 1: ST-1-2868-A1 AIM (placed in a triangle)
Side 2: ST-2-2868-B2 AIM (placed in a triangle)

Vinyl is housed in a plain white paper inner sleeve - ultimately in a front pasted picture cover

Condition: VG+(+) (Vinyl and Labels)/VG+ (Cover)
Vinyl is bright and shiny - has a little far from audible sleeve inflicted wear - perfect labels - overall graded close to near mint.
Cover has a touch of wear along lower vinyl outline - otherwise just faint wear to the front and a couple of age spots to the back along with light age discolouration along spine.
Seams are tight and almost without wear, spine is easily readable, lower seam has a slight mid-dent, top seam is perfect, opening edges without rubbing.
Corners are nice - extremely marginal denting or rubbing - next to nothing - and otherwise nice? a simply extremely nice upper VG+ cover.


Side 1:
1 Now Is The Time For Hearts And Flowers (Larry Murray) 1:25
2 Highway In The Wind (Arlo Guthrie) 4:05
3 Second-Hand Sundown Queen (Larry Murray) 3:25
4 She Sang Hymns Out Of Tune (Jesse Lee Kincaid) 3:04
5 Ode To A Tin Angel (Larry Murray) 4:30

Side 2:
1 When I Was A Cowboy (Bernard M. Leadon, Dave Dawson, Larry Murray) 3:33
2 Legend Of Ol' Tenbrookes (Bernard M. Leadon, Dave Dawson, Larry Murray) 3:07
3 Colour Your Daytime (James Flemming) 3:55
4 Two Little Boys (Bernard M. Leadon, Dave Dawson, Larry Murray) 2:55
5 Extra, Extra / Rock And Roll Gypsies / Extra Extra (Bernard M. Leadon, Roger Tillison, Larry Murray) 3:50

Vinyl is pressed at Capitol Records Pressing Plant in Scranton, Pennsylvania, USA


Hearts And Flowers:
Larry Murray - vocals, guitar
Dave Dawson - vocals, guitar, autoharp
Bernie Leadon - Guitar

Technical Credits:
Nickolas Venet - Production
Jimmy Bond - Arrangements