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C.C.S. - C.C.S. - Original 1970 Danish Distributed 8-track Vinyl LP

€ 27
TitleC.C.S. - Original 1970 Danish Distributed 8-track Vinyl LP
Price € 27
GenreBlues & Jazz
Record labelRAK Records/Columbia Records
Catalogue noSRKA 6751
Year of release1969
GradingVG++ (Vinyl & Labels)/VG++ (cover)
Stock listC.C.S.
Additional infoScarce original 1970 Danish distributed RAK/Columbia label 8-track vinyl LP - Collective Consciousness Society's debut album - featuring their instrumental version of Led Zeppelins "Whole Lotta Love".

Vinyl is manufactured in Denmark and has the with black and silver printed labels with upper large boxed Columbia logo and stripes - it was common practice by EMI in Denmark to market products with UK manufactured covers - this copy is housed in an outer laminated UK Garrod & Lofthouse gatefold picture cover.

Condition: VG++ (Vinyl and Labels)/VG++ (Cover):

Vinyl is still super lustrous and perfect but for a light degree of sleeve inflicted only marks - labels has a single or two light and simple spindlemarks within the center circle and vinyl is overall easily graded near perfect.

Cover has a few small wrinkles from spine or edges - wear and pressure point-free seams and edges - hardly any wear to corners - cover is graded near mint.


Side 1:
1 Boom Boom
2 (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
3 Lookin' For Fun
4 Whole Lotta Love

Side 2:
1 Living In The Past
2 Sunrise
3 Dos Cantos
4 Wade In The Water

Alexis Korner - Vocals
Peter Thorup - Vocals
Alan Parker - Guitar
Spike Heatley - Bass
Herbie Flower - Bass Guitar
Barry Morgan, Tony Carr - Drums
Bill Le Sage, Jim Lawless - Percussion
Neil Sanders - French Horn
Bob Efford, Danny Moss, Harold McNair,
Pete King, Ron Ross, Tony Coe -axophone, Woodwind
Bill Geldard, Brian Perrin, Don Lusher, John Marshall - Trombone
Greg Bowen, Harold Beckett, Henry Lowther, Kenny Wheeler, Les Condon, Tony Fisher - Trumpet

Technical credits:
Mickie Most - Production
Peter Bown - Engineer
John Cameron - Arrangements