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1st Album - Original 1965 UK 12-track mono LP

100,00 €

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rare original 1965 UK Decca 12-track mono vinyl LP album on the generic large red & silver, deep grove company labels which has large unboxed Decca logo at the top.

Vinyl has machine stamped matrix information:
Side 1: ARL 6779-1A, mother/stamper 1B U
Side 2: ARL 6780-1A, mother/stamper 1 B
stressing that this is the first pressing and an extremely early copy with this.

Vinyl comes in a protective 'Handling/Playing' company inner sleeve and ultimately in a james Upton Ltd. picture cover laminated on front and over the spine.

Condition: Near perfect - VG++/ Very Good - VG:

Vinyl is still very shiny and a varying degree of faint sleeve wear - near perfect labels which has some light spindle wear - overall a combination of close to near perfect and near perfect - hence the conservative overall close to near perfect grading.
Front cover has very faint wear along vinyl rim - some light wrinkles from edges - a thin stripe of laminate lif along spine.
Back has the brownish signs of a dried up waterdamage along opening and bottom - otherwise only an upper 1 cm rip from opening.
Seams are intact - spine is clear and readable but with some light flattening - corners has very little wear. Cover is overall very nice and enjoyable with the back waterdamage being the only major flaw - straight VG.

Tracklisting:

Side 1:
1 Concrete And Clay
2 Sorrow And Pain
3 Couldn't Keep It To Myself
4 You'll Remember
5 Cotton Fields
6 500 Miles

Side 2:
1 La Bamba
2 You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' 3 Swing Down Chariot
4 Wild Is The Wind
5 The Girl From New York City
6 Cross A Million Mountains

Credits:
Brian Parker ? guitar
'David Ian 'Buster' Meikle - vocals, guitar
Thomas John George 'Tommy' Moeller - lead vocalist, guitar, piano
Peter Charles Moules - bass vocalist, bass
Russ Ballard - guitar
Robert 'Bob' Henrit ? drums

Technical credits:
John L. Barker ? Production
Vic Smith - Engineer
Marcel Stellman - Supervision
Artist Unit 4+2
Media LP
Catalogue no LK4697
Country UK
Label Decca Records
Year 1965
Grading VG+(+) (Vinyl and Labels)/VG (Cover)
Genre Pop & Rock
Sub Genre 1 1960ies Pop & Rock
Condition Used