Adam's Apple - Ca. 1970 US Blue Note label 2nd Issue 6-track Stereo LP - All Products - Sound Station

Adam's Apple - Ca. 1970 US Blue Note label 2nd Issue 6-track Stereo LP

250,00 €

Stock status: 1 pcs. in stock

Rare original stereo 2nd pressing of Wayne Shorter's 1966 album on Blue Note - recorded with jazz giants Herbie Hancock, Reginald Workman and Joe Chambers.

Vinyl has the generic blue and white company labels with "A Division Of Liberty Records...' rim print - the label used from december 1966 - 1972.

Vinyl has 'VANGELDER' machine stamped in the trail offs.

Vinyl is housed in a generic era specific company add inner sleeve - previous owner has written date of purchase as '31-7-1970' which fits very well when dating the pressing from the label variant.
Vinyl is ultimately in a back pasted picture cover.

Condition: VG++ (Vinyl and Labels)/VG++ (Cover):
Vinyl is extremely nice, beautifully lustrous and hardly any signs of handling or use. Side 1 labl is mint - Side 2 label has a single simple and superficial spindletrace - vinyl is overall easily graded near mint.

The cover is still in its original shrink-wrapping... hardly any rubbing to the cover underneath - also a very marginal top opening corner dent... cover is graded near mint.


Side 1:
1: Adam's Apple
2: 502 Blues (Drinkin' And Drivin') (Jimmy Rowles)
3: El Gaucho

Side 2:

1: Footprints
2: Teru
3: Chief Crazy Horse

All songs written and composed by Wayne Shorter except where noted
"Adam's Applle" is recorded on February 3, 1966 - otherwise recorded on February 24, 1966. Recorded at Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey

Wayne Shorter - Tenor Saxophone
Herbie Hancock - Piano
Joe Chambers - Drums
Reginald Workman - Bass

Technical Credits:
Alfred Lion - Production
Rudy Van Gelder - Recording Engineer, Mastering

Reid Miles - Cover Design
Don Heckman - Liner Notes
Francis Wolff - Photography

Artist Wayne Shorter
Media LP
Katalog nummer BST 84232
Land USA
Label Blue Note
Udgivelsesår 1966
Grading VG++ (Vinyl and Labels)/VG++ (Cover)
Genre Jazz
Sub Genre 1 Post Bop
Condition Used