A Saucerful Of Secrets - 1969 US 2nd Pressing 7-track LP - Striped Labels - All Products - Sound Station

A Saucerful Of Secrets - 1969 US 2nd Pressing 7-track LP - Striped Labels

90,00 €

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Scarce 1969 US Tower Records 2nd pressing Pink Floyds 7-track 2nd LP album originally released in 1968 on the short lived 'striped' label which was only used for US printed Pink Floyd albums in the first half of 1969.

Labels has 'Mfd. by Capitol Records, Inc, a subsidiary of Capitol Industries, Inc. U.S.A´' lower rim text and is a mid 1969 issue - hipgnosis designed front pasted picture sleeve

Condition: Near perfect - VG++ (Vinyl)/Perfect - M- (Labels)/Close To Near perfect VG+(+) (Cover)
Vinyl is beaurifully lustrous and has almost no signs of use or play... a single barely noticeable sleeve mark is all - perfect labels.
Picture cover has perfect front cover slick... a little age discolouration to the white area of the fot and back cover - a touch ofwear to back...barely any edge and corners rubbing - a beautiful copy - graded close to near perfect/excellent.

Tracklisting:

Side 1:
1. Let There Be More Light
2. Remember A Day
3. Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun
4. Corporal Clegg

Side 2:
1. A Saucerful Of Secrets
2. See-Saw
3. Jugband Blues

Credits:
Roger Waters - bass guitar, percussion, vocals
Richard Wright - piano, organ, mellotron, vibraphone, xylophone, vocals,[77] tin whistle on "Jugband Blues"
David Gilmour - guitar, kazoo, vocals
Nick Mason - drums, percussion, vocals on "Corporal Clegg", kazoo on "Jugband Blues"
Syd Barrett - acoustic and slide guitar on "Remember a Day", guitar on "Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun", vocals and guitar on "Jugband Blues"

Additional personnel:
Norman Smith - production, drums and backing vocals on "Remember a Day"
The Salvation Army (The International Staff Band) on "Jugband Blues"

Techniucal credits:
Norman Smith - Production
Peter Curzon - Photography
Storm Thorgerson - Photography

Artist Pink Floyd
Media LP
Catalogue no ST-5131
Country USA
Label Tower Records
Year 1969
Grading VG++ (Vinyls and Labels)/VG+(+) (Cover)
Genre Rock
Sub Genre 1 Psychedelia
Condition Used