|For an explanation of the abbreviations we use to describe the condition of the record and for instructions how to order, please go through here: HOW TO ORDER AND GENERAL CONDITIONS|
|Die zentrale Tanzschaffe (D/64 HörZu big logo, STEREO) purple lettering on back
German version of Please please me in a totally different cover.
|With the Beatles (UK/63 Parlophone black/yellow, MONO)
Slight cover creasing, nothing serious. The disc plays M-, looks a bit worse, though. Money has a "Dominion Belinda" publisher credit. Garrod & Lofthouse sleeve, small bottom seam split.
|With the Beatles (UK/63 Parlophone black/yellow, ois, MONO)
Same issue and same grading as above. Garrod & Lofthouse sleeve. Bc a bit dirty.
|With the Beatles (SA/65 Parlophone black/silver OLD STYLE, MONO)
Cover heavily used, some tape repairs, still intact, disc better.
|Beatlemania! (CDN/63 Capitol rainbow, MONO) slight water damage on bc, top seam taped.||VG+/EX 25|
|Beatlemania (BRA/64 Odeon MONO) wol
Brazil only LP with unique track sequence in plastic coated cover, different to CDN Beatlemania.
|Meet The Beatles (JP/64 Odeon black, RED VINYL!)
Small scratch B1, otherwise more towards M-
|Beatles for sale (D/64 Odeon red/white/gold SMO 83 790) = 1st pressing, different cover to UK!||VG+/M- 85|
|Beatles for sale (JP/65 Odeon black, FOC. RED VINYL)
Lovely Japanese original with different cover to UK, no insert.
|Help! (JP/65 Odeon black, FOC, insert, RED VINYL)
What an issue! Heavy duty fold-out with brilliant photo's, lyrics insert and shining red vinyl!
|A collection of Beatles oldies(URU/76 EMI)||M- 10|
|Revolver (NL/66 Parlophone black) fine copy in imported UK cover, like they all came, stol.||EX 35|
|The world's best (D/67 Odeon blue club issue)
Bad storing has allowed moisture to eat away some of the spine, otherwise strong EX.
|Sgt. Pepper's lonely hearts club band (D/67 Odeon red/white/gold, FOC, insert)
Fine copy, normally these are completely trashed
|same (NL/68 Parlophone black/Boek en Plaat)
The rarest Boek en Plaat issue and the unique covershot plus track listing make this very attractive indeed. It's a fine copy too!
|same (NL/68 Parlophone black/Boek en Plaat)
Haven't seen this extremely rare and unique piece in ages. The rarest Boek en Plaat issue and the unique covershot plus track listing make this very attractive indeed. Basically a fine copy too, but with some minor flaws that I will describe in detail: beginning of spine split, slight ringwear, slight staining on bc. The disc looks VG+, plays like that on side 2 (minor background, some stray soft clicks) and M- on side 1.
|Yellow submarine (BRA/69 Apple, ois, MONO) liner notes in Portuguese.||EX 100|
|Let it be (UK/78 Apple, WHITE VINYL)||EX 55|
|Hey Jude (URU/70 Apple)RARE TOO! and an exceptionally nice copy.||M- 30|
|BEAU BRUMMELS, Volume 2 (USA/65 Autumn, MONO) very close to M-||EX 38|
|BEAU BRUMMELS, 66 (USA/66 WB gold, MONO) also quite close to M-, in the shrink||EX 40|
|BEAU BRUMMELS, Vol.44 (USA/68 Vault)||EX/M- 46|
|BEDA FOLK, I will go (D/74 Happy Bird) A1 some distortion otherwise M-.
Strikingly similar to the Peelers LP. Strong trad folk, very depressing and atmospherically dense.
|BEE GEES, Sound of love (UK/69 Polydor) disc close to M-.||VG+/EX 18|
|BEGGARS FARM, Beneath the moon of Ilsacon (I/94 Black Widow, inner, FOC)
Numbered copy #284/700 of this reunion dark folk-fuzz opus. Scary cover!
|BELL JAR, Beginnings of ends (USA/86 private) Doomy neo-psych.||EX/M- 15|
|AL BELLETTO, Half and half (USA/56 Capitol turquoise) fine copy!||EX 30|
|BELMONTS, Carnival of hits (USA/62 Sabina, MONO)
Superrare, especially in this condition, an old Goldmine price guide lists as much as $150 for near mint. This has some superficial marks, plays towards M-.
|JOHN BERBERIAN, Expressions east (USA/65 Mainstream beige, MONO!!)
|JOHN BERBERIAN, Oud artistry (USA/65 Mainstream grey)
Cover fine but bc slightly damaged, disc fine too, but A2 has background noise.
|BERGENDY, same (H/72 Pepita) Completely underrated psych-pop with prog tendencies. Repaired toc.||VG+/M- 28|
|BERGENDY, Aranyalbum (H/81 Pepita)||M- 10|
|BERIO/BUSSOTTI/JOHN CAGE, various pieces (USA/65 Mainstream grey, FOC)
Respectively Circles, Frammento and Fontana Mix. Rather rare Mainstream avant LP. Has a sticker by the distributor Roulette Records.
|ELMER BERNSTEIN, A man and his movies (CDN/67 Mainstream)
Superb collection of film music, every track a winner. And gorgeous cover art. And one of the tougher Mainstream records to find.
|MARIA BETHANIA, Alibi (BRA/78 Philips blue/white)
Absolutely incredibly atmospheric female vocalist with one of the most moving voices I have heard. RECOMMENDED!
|BIFROST, same (DK/76 CBS, inner)
Sturdy folk-rock with jazz and psych elements and great female vocals. Excellent LP.
|BIJELO DUGME, Ta bi dao da si mom mjestu (YU/75 Jugoton, FOC)||M- 60|
|BIJELO DUGME, Koncert kod hajduccke ccesme(YU/77 Jugoton, inner) some rw||VG+/M- 65|
|BIJELO DUGME, Doizjivjeti stotu (YU/80 Jugoton, inner)||EX/M- 55|
|BIJELO DUGME, Doizjivjeti stotu (BG/80 Balkanton)
Same record but a Bulgarian (!) pressing in a altered cover. The title is now actually Da doizjiwejew 100
|BIJELO DUGME, Sanjao sam nocas sa te nemam (YU/84 Jugoton)
Fine compilation, mostly non-LP tracks, otherwise untraceable stuff.
|THEODORE BIKEL, On tour (USA/63 Elektra tan/gold, ois)||M- 15|
|BIRTH CONTROL, same (UK/72 Charisma pink scroll) small ptt.
Same as Operation, but with different running order and a totally different (condom) cover.
|BIXO DA SEDA, same(BRA/76 Continental, FOC)
Brilliant heavy progressive. Small spine split. Disc has a tiny vinyl bubble causing a few pops, otherwise more like M-.
|BLACK PEARL, same (USA/69 Atlantic green/red) mostly M-||EX 25|
|BLACK SABBATH, Paranoid (F/70 Vertigo swirl, FOC) looks worse
|BLACK SABBATH, Club Sonderauflage (D/70 Vertigo swirl)
Unique to germany swirl club issue in great cover. This one has catalogue number 28 621-1. Some wear on the cover, no actual defects, disc looks worse.
|BLACK WIDOW, Sacrifice (UK/70 CBS orange, FOC)||VG+/EX 60|
|BLACKBIRDS, No destination (UK/68 Saga)||EX 55|
|HENK EN SIETSKE BLOEMHOFF, In twielochten (NL/80 Universe, FOC)
Could well be the rarest Universe release: folk-rock from Friesland (where Irolt comes from) with mixed vocals, quite nice!
|BLUE CHEER, same (USA/69 Philips spectrum) co.||EX/M- 35|
|BLUE CHEER, Oh pleasant hope (USA/70 Philips spectrum) co.
A really good one with Gary Yoder from KAK.
|BLUES IMAGE, same (USA/69 Atco yellow) some rw||VG+/EX 30|
|BLUES IMAGE, Open (USA/70 Atco yellow) bottom seam split||VG+/M- 35|
|PHILIP BOA, Boa-Hispañola (D/90 Polydor, 2LP, de luxe packaging)
Apart from hearing the only discernable voice from Germany in this post-punk style, there is a superb packaging to enjoy: 2 LP's, 2 sleeves and 23 inners, held together by a small box over the side. Top-notch art-work too. Mostly M-.
|BOBBY AND LAURIE, Exposiac (NZ/66 Parlophone stars) mostly M-||EX 115|
|BODACIOUS D.F., same (USA/73 RCA Victor orange, FOC) "not for sale" punch on bc.
Marty Balin's next project after the demise of Grootna. This is better!
|BOJOURA, The beauty of Bojoura (NL/70 CBS orange)||VG+/EX 25|
|BOLLEMENT, same (CH/82 private, FOC, book)
Fine Swiss folk LP with a mix of trad and originals. Some tracks in unbelievable dialects.
|FRED BONGUSTO, Un'occasione per dirti che ti amo (I/71 Rifi, FOC)||EX/M- 20|
|BONZO DOG BAND, Gorilla (UK/67 Liberty blue STEREO) no book.||EX 25|
|BOOT, Turn the other cheek (USA/77 Guinness) cc.
Pretty rare mixture of progressive elaborate and short-track heavy rock.
|BOSTON TEA PARTY, same
Slowly gaining some more respect and rightly so: fresh teen-psych with loads of effects.
|BOTHY BAND, same (UK/75 Polydor)||EX 25|
|BOTHY BAND, Old hag you
have killed me (UK/76 Polydor)
One of the three absolutely obligatory Irish folk albums. A work of genius and some stellar vocals by Triona Ni Dhomhnaill.
|BOTHY BAND, Old hag you
have killed me (UK/76 Polydor, ois) small stobc.
One of the three absolutely obligatory Irish folk albums. A work of genius and some stellar vocals by Triona Ni Dhomhnaill.
|JIMMY BOWEN, same (USA/57 Roulette black/silver!!! MONO) wobc.
|ALAN BOWN, Listen (UK/70 Island pink rim, inner) almost ever M-.||EX 20|
|BOX TOPS, Dimensions (USA/69 Bell blue/silver) cc||EX/M- 16|
|BOYS OF THE LOUGH, The piper's broken fingers (UK/76 Transatlantic globe)||EX/M- 15|
|BRACTWO KURKOWE, Teatr Piosenki (PL/73 Muza blue)
One of very few 70's folk-rock LP's from Poland! Rare too!
|BRAINBOX, same (D/69 Columbia blue)
Rare German original, disc looks unplayed!
|BRAINIAC 5, World inside (UK/88 Reckless)||EX/M- 10|
|BRAVE NEW WORLD, Oh! Calcutta! (UK/70 Polydor) looks slightly worse.||VG+/M- 80|
|BREAKOUT, Kamienie (PL/74 Muza blue) brilliant heavy blues-rock||VG+/M- 20|
|BRIGHTWINTER, A band for all seasons (UK/75 Myrrh)||EX/M- 22|
|BROOKLYN BRIDGE, same[1st LP] (USA/69 Buddah, FOC) breezy!||EX/M- 17|
|DAVE BRUBECK/KAI & JAY, At Newport (USA/56 Columbia 6 eyes, MONO)
Small damage bottom front cover, record as new!!
|DAVE BRUBECK, Jazz impressions of Eurasia (USA/58 Columbia 6 eyes, MONO)||EX 25|
|DAVE BRUBECK, Gone with the wind (USA/59
Columbia 6 eyes, MONO) small wobc.
Truly conservative grading, the record is 45 years old! Plays mostly EX. Do you??
|DAVE BRUBECK, Bossa nova USA (USA/63 Columbia 2 eyes, MONO)||EX 20|
|CHICO BUARQUE, same (BRA/84 Barclay, inner)
A completely different record, of course. The core of Brazil songwriting!
|TIM BUCKLEY, Happy sad (USA/69 Elektra gold/tan, ois) mild rw only.
Surprisingly rare on tan label, almost all copies are labeled red! Unfortunately the vinyl is not up to the usual standard and crackles continuously, though not very loud. Extremely reduced price, therefore.
|TIM BUCKLEY, Look at the fool (USA/74 Discreet)||EX 12|
|BUFFALO SPRINGFIELD, Last time around (USA/68 Atco yellow, FOC, ois)||EX/M- 20|
|VASHTI BUNYAN, Lookaftering (UK/2005 Di Christina, FOC) played once.||M- 15|
|ERIC BURDON/ANIMALS, Eric is here (USA/67 MGM black, MONO) pressing not too well.||EX 23|
|ERIC BURDON BAND, Stop (D/75 Capitol octagonal cover, ois)||EX/M- 20|
|KENNY BURRELL, Both feet on the ground (USA/73 Fantasy) in the shrink!||M- 15|
|BUSTAMENTE, Cambrers (E/81 Dial, insert) great copy!||M- 20|
|BYRDS, Turn! turn! turn! (USA/65 Columbia 360°)||EX 35|
|BYRDS, Younger than yesterday (USA/67 Columbia 360°) close to M-.||EX 35|
|BYRDS, Younger than yesterday (D/67 CBS orange) fine original German copy.||EX 22|
|BYRDS, Younger than yesterday (UK/67 CBS orange) original UK with SBPG prefix.||EX 28|
|BYRDS, The notorious Byrd brothers (USA/67 Columbia 360°) Mostly better.||EX/VG+ 12|
|BÄTTRE LYSS, Till den sträng som brast (S/75 Musiklaget) tiny woc.
Almost ever M-. High calibre progressive rock with strong lyrical touches. The usual Scandinavian knack for beautiful melodies and hard-hitting arrangements RECOMMENDED!!
|CAKE, same (USA/67 Decca spectrum, ois) slight rw.
Attractive girl-psych in great cover.
|CALL ME, same (D/81 RCA Victor orange)
Fine, impassioned, rock with bite and nonetheless a yearning atmosphere.
|CAMARATA, The velvet gentleman (UK/70 Deram) Fine copy!||M- 22|
|CAMARATA, The electronic spirit of Erik Satie (USA/72 Deram, FOC)
The UK never bothered to release this 3rd LP, but it is easily the best of the lot. A very adventurous electronic album, only loosely based on Satie's works. Only slight shelf wear to the cover.
|CAMEL, The snowgoose (UK/75 Decca blue, insert) great copy!||M- 12|
|CANDYMEN, Bring you candy power (USA/69 ABC, ois) underrated psych-pop!||EX/M- 22|
|CANNED ROCK, Kinetic energy (UK/78 private) powerful rock LP, neglected!||VG+/M- 28|
|FREDDY CANNON, Palisades park (USA/62 Swan, MONO)
Fine copy, just a bit crackly in between the tracks. How many have you seen of this??
|CANTA U POPOLU CORSU, Canti di a terra e di l'omi (F/77 Ricordu)
Multi-vocal Corsican folk. Great!
|JIM CAPALDI, Whale meat again (UK/74 Island pink rim, inner)
It is these minor records on quality labels that are slowly vanishing. Grab them now...
|CARAVAN, In the land of grey and pink (E/72 Deram, 2LP!!)
Single cover but 2 LP's! One is above title, the other If I could do it all over!!
|CARAVAN, & The New Symphonia (UK/74 Deram red/white)||EX/M- 18|
|CARTOONE, same (USA/69 Atlantic green/red, FOC) small co.
Great copy and with Jimmy Page, too!
|CASTANARC, Journey to the east (UK/84 Peninsula)||M- 60|
|JEAN-PIERRE CASTELAIN, Le miroir (CDN/74
Mainly high-quality blues-rock, sung in French, but also some unanticipated voyages into more symphonic landscapes. Great surrealist cover.
|CAVE OF LIVING STREAMS, Sixteen songs (UK/74 private) beginning of rw, plays often M-.||EX 125|
|CENTAURUS, same (USA/78 Azra, clear vinyl)
Screaming, throbbing hard-rock, undispensible for lovers of this kind of venture.
|CENTIPEDE, Septober energy (UK/71 RCA Neon, 2LP, FOC) small ptt, discs hardly played.||VG+/M- 80|
|CENTIPEDE, Septober energy (UK/71 RCA Neon, 2LP, FOC) German price sticker, original black inners.||VG+/EX 70|
|FRANK CHACKSFIELD, Hits of 1965 (UK/65 Decca blue/silver)
Incredibly cheesy versions of As tears go by, I feel fine, Time is on my side etc..
|CHAMAELEON CHURCH, same (USA/68 MGM blue/gold, ois) some rw.
Superb melodic psych LP like Chrysalis or Tiffany Shade, RECOMMENDED!
|ALBERTA CHAMBERS, Book of life (UK/79 Shalom)
Well, rare it most certainly is and a religious femvox record too, but to my ears this is musically so offending that I can't ask a higher price than...
|MICHAEL CHAPMAN, Millstone grit (UK/73 Deram red/white) mostly M-.||EX 22|
|CHESTERF!ELDS, Westward ho! (UK/87 Subway)
Pure and innocent pop, fresh as a cool glass of lemonade. Contains the cult-hitCompletely and utterly and is value for money.
|CHIMO, same(USA/71 Epic yellow, ois) cc.
Totally underestimated fuzz psych with multiple harmonies, similar to Fever Tree.
|CHOSEN FEW, same (USA/69 RCA Victor orange, ois) Close to M-, small cc.
With the awesome psych track Safrowillie
|EUGEN CICERO, Rokoko-jazz (D/6? Saba) wobc, great pianist, driving accompaniment.||M- 23|
|CIRKEL, The first goodbye (NL/83 private, insert) Excellent symphonic prog-rock.||EX/M- 35|
|CITY WAITES, same (UK/76 Decca blue/silver, ois) slight rw
Exquisite renaissance-tinged folk band with great female vocals.
|JIMMY CLANTON, Teenage millionaire (USA/61 Ace black/silver, MONO)
Slight discoloration at bottom, otherwise an absolute top copy!
|CLIFFSON DUO, Togetherness (UK/76 Westwood) signed on bc by both!||VG+/M- 70|
|BRUCE COCKBURN, same (USA/70 Epic yellow)
RADIO COPY WITH TIMING STRIP, very close to M-. How come this fantastic singer/songwriter is ignored as he is? Glorious!
|LEONARD COHEN, Songs of (UK/67 CBS orange)
Original disc with SBPG prefix! The cover has no flipback, though, but it has a small pricetag tear shaded in.
|ORNETTE COLEMAN, Change of the century (USA/60 Atlantic white fan, MONO)||EX 45|
|COLLECTORS, same (D/68 WB seven arts) nice German laminated original.||EX 25|
|COLLEGIUM MUSICUM, Konvergencie(CS/71 Opus, 2LP, book cover) 1st pressing (white)||VG+/M- 50|
|GRAHAM COLLIER, New conditions (UK/76 Mosaic) almost ever M-.
Not as rare as Deep Dark Blue Centre probably, but just as good.
|COLORS TURNED RED, same (DK/88 Mega, inner)
Very nice neo-sixties, not unlike the best of ROXETTE.
|COLOURS, same (USA/67 Dot, ois) cover undamaged but has rw.
Underestimated mature psych effort. RECOMMENDED.
|COMPROMIS, Een jobstijding (NL/81 private)||EX 45|
|CONCERT, same(CDN/80 CBS, inner)
Fine 80's rock with unexpected progressive elements.
|JEFF COOPER & STONED WINGS, Tribute to Jimi Hendrix (D/69 Europe)
Record looks worse. Some fantastic original Hendrix sound-alike tracks here.
|CORPORATE BODY, Prospectus '69 (USA/69 MGM blue/gold)
Somewhere in between SAC and Association.
|CORVINA, Utak eltt (H/77 Pepita)
Hard-rock on A1, otherwise unclassifiably diverse on the verge of brilliancy. So cheap...
|COUNT FIVE, Psychotic reaction (USA/66 Double Shot) co.||EX/M- 75|
|COUNTRY COMFORT, We are the children (HAWAII/76 Trim)
Well, I know that Hawaii belongs to the U.S and A. but I thought I'd just as well draw your attention towards the place of origin. This is just as relaxed a rock LP as you'd expect and naturally there's a host of rural and exotic elements to admire.
|COUNTRY JOE/FISH, Electric music for mind and body (USA/67 Vanguard gold) tiny wobc.||EX 35|
|COUNTRY JOE/FISH, I -feel-like-I'm-fixin'-to-die (USA/67 Vanguard silver, MONO) no game.||VG+/M- 50|
|COUNTRY JOE/FISH, Together (USA/68 Vanguard gold)||VG+/M- 20|
|COUSINEAU, same (CDN/72 Polydor, FOC)
Fine folk-rock with female/male vocals from Franco-Canada. Cover unobtrusively signed by their manager on front and back.
|MIKE COX BAND, same(USA/73 Capitol orange) with Blue Weaver and Alan Skidmore.||VG+/M- 12|
|KEVIN COYNE, Marjorie razor blade (UK/73 Virgin, 2LP, FOC)
Cover is fine, but some sticker residue on front. Discs very near M-.
|CRAZY WORLD OF ARTHUR BROWN, same (UK/68 Track, stereo)||EX 80|
|CRAZY WORLD OF ARTHUR BROWN, same (UK/68 Track, stereo)||VG+/M- 80|
|CREAM, I feel free (D/69 Karussell gold) Superb compilation in infamous hashish cover. A small scratch on B2 clicks a few times.||EX 10|
|MARSHALL CRENSHAW, same (USA/82 WB) Power pop paradise!!||M- 12|
|CRICKETS, Remnants (USA/73 Vertigo swirl, ois, PROMO) only one I've ever seen...||EX/M- 70|
|CROME SYRCUS, Love cycle (USA/68 Command, FOC) mini co.||M- 85|
|CULPEPER, All dressed up and nowhere to go (DK/77 Sonet, inner) wol.
Strangely underestimated 4th LP. To my ears extremely beautiful, albeit quite different from their previous output. The guitars of Cy Nicklin AND the great melodies rule.
|CUMBIA SOLEDEÑA, Pa' goza el carnava (COL/65 Polydor, MONO)||VG+/EX 30|
|CURVED AIR, Live (UK/75 Deram red/white)
The top right corner of the sleeve is severely damaged, but as it's all black and shaded in it's still OK.
|CZERWONE GITARY, To wašnie my (PL/67 Pronit red, MONO) Sparkling debut beat LP.||EX/M- 40|
|CZERWONE GITARY, Na fujarce (PL/70 Muza blue, MONO)||VG/EX 20|
|CZERWONE GITARY, Warszawa (DDR/71 Amiga maroon)
Supposedly a German language LP, but all tracks are in Polish nonetheless! Tiny beginning of a bottom seam split
|CZERWONE GITARY, Port piratów (PL/76 Muza red) Pretty rare, actually.||VG+/EX 18|
|PATTI DAHLSTROM, same (USA/72 Uni, FOC) similar to the best of Carole King.||VG+/M- 12|
|GIORGOS DALARAS, Ta tragoudia mas (GR/76 Minos, FOC) Superb music!||EX/VG+ 15|
|VESELIN DAMJANOV, Kantas en esperanto (BG/78 Balkanton)||EX 8|
|BILL DANA/JOEY FORMAN, The Mashuganishi yogi (USA/69 A&M mustard)
Great fun! Join his holyness at the airport...
|"REVEREND" GARY DAVIS, Children of Zion (UK/71 Transatlantic globe, inner) co.
Brilliant folk blues, produced by Stefan Grossman.
|MILES DAVIS, Porgy and Bess (USA/58 Columbia 360° red/white)
3rd pressing from 1965, some pockets of background noise.
|MILES DAVIS/ART BLAKEY, Jazz on the screen (USA/59 Fontana black ball) almost M-! rare 1st pressing.||EX 40|
|MILES DAVIS/ART BLAKEY, Jazz on the screen (NL/70's Mercury)
First RE in a totally different cover of the best jazz soundtrack record ever from 1959, maybe even some of Miles' best performances are present. The improvised Miles Davis Quartet improvised while looking at the movie Lift to The Scaffold and produced 10 short amazing soundscapes. The 3 Blakey tracks are fine too. This is musically one of the best buys from the entire catalogue!
|MILES DAVIS, Quiet nights (USA/63 Columbia 360° red/white) slight rw as usual.
Second pressing from 1965, nice record!!
|MILES DAVIS, Seven steps to heaven (USA/63 Columbia 2 eyes, WHITE LABEL PROMO, MONO) First pressing, damaged cover bottom right hand corner, not too bad||VG-/EX 15|
|MILES DAVIS, Miles smiles (USA/66 Columbia 360° red/white) 1st pressing||EX 32|
|MILES DAVIS, Miles smiles (UK/67 CBS orange)
Great condition UK original, a beauty! Was issued a year later in the UK, no reissue, of course.
|MILES DAVIS, Greatest hits (UK/69 CBS orange)
Funny and quite original title, but a great British original anyway of the ultimate collection of mid-period tracks. Someday my prince will come with Coltrane still beats almost anything. Deathless music all the way.
|MILES DAVIS, Decoy(USA/84 Columbia, FOC)
Forget all your other fusion records, simply the real thing....
|SPENCER DAVIS GROUP, Living in a back street (USA/74 Vertigo ufo) co||M- 12|
|dB'S, Amplifier (UK/86 Castle)
Essential compilation including difficult to find tracks of one of very few bands which held the flag high even in the worst decade yet: the 80's. Stunning songs all.
|DECAMERON, Third light (UK/75 Tranatlantic globe)
Underestimated folk-rock with at least two masterpieces here: Trapeze and The ungodly.
|DEL HOYO, The hole world (E/90 Polar) pumping hard-rock, excellent in its direction.||M- 15|
|DEL VIKINGS, They sing...they swing (USA/57 Mercury black/silver, mono) mostly M-!!!||EX 200|
|GERARD DELAHAYE, La faridondaine (F/73 private)
Lovely and quiet singer/songwriter with some chamber-musical arrangements NICE!
|SANDY DENNY, Sandy (UK/72 Island pink rim, FOC) slight edge wear.||EX 32|
|SANDY DENNY, Sandy (UK/72 Island pink rim, FOC, ois) never need an update after this one!||EX/M- 40|
|JEANNIE DENVER, Yorkshire rose (UK/75 Westwood)
Ever so rare, not even mentioned in Record Collector's price guide. Strange enough it is a folk-rock LP with strong American touches.
|DEUTER, Cicada (D/82 Kuckuck)||M- 15|
|DIABLOS AZULES , Sound soul (CHI/70 Odeon yellow)
Extremely rare artifact from Chile, highlighting in the extended solos on I'm so glad (the CREAM track and a better effort than the one by TRAFFIC SOUND) and All right, okey.
|DIAOULED AR MENEZ, same (F/76 Arfolk)
Splendid Breton folk. Almost everything on this label is worthwhile.
|DICKENS, Standing out (UK/85 private)||M- 38|
|BO DIDDLEY, In the spotlight (USA/60 Checker black/silver, MONO) mostly EX, some slight crackles.||EX/VG+ 70|
|RICHARD DIGANCE, How the west was lost (UK/75 Transatlantic sea/globe, insert)
Excellent folk-rock with Martin Jenkins and Michael Chapman, gravely underrated.
|DINGLE SPIKE, same (UK/78 SRT) small corner crease.
Excellent folk-LP from Kerry on tiny label.
|DION, Lovers who wander (USA/62 Laurie, MONO) fine copy!||EX 55|
|DION, Love came to me (USA/63 Laurie, MONO) fine copy too!||EX 55|
|WALT DISNEY, Pinocchio(USA/59 Disneyland) only slight background crackle, mostly EX-M-||EX/VG+ 25|
|WALT DISNEY, Happiest songs (USA/67 Disneyland) tiny scratch A6.
Has tracks by Louis Prima and CAMARATA, and, it must be admitted, also by Dick Van Dyke...
|WALT DISNEY, Brer Rabbit (USA/70 Disneyland, book cover)
Finest of the three, because of the wonderful 11-page book included. All three have extremely beautiful cover-art and play great when considering these were children's possessions.
|DIZZY MAN'S BAND, Dizzy do tickatoo (D/72 Decca red)||EX/M- 20|
|DOG SOLDIER, same(UK/74 United Artists) a hint of ringwear.
Pounding but well-crafted hard-rock with Miller Anderson, Keef Hartley, Derek Griffiths etc..
|BILL DOGGETT, High and wide (USA/59 King black/silver, MONO) backcover stained, incredible copy!||EX/M- 50|
|KLAUS DOLDINGER, Jubilee (D/73 Atlantic green/red, 3LP, multi-FOC) lamination peels.||VG+/M- 25|
|DOMMELVOLK, Ptazzie (NL/79 Universe, FOC) Lovely Dutch folk album!||EX 20|
|DONOVAN, Open road (UK/70 Dawn orange, FOC) Rare, mostly seen on sunrise label.||VG+/EX 28|
|DONOVAN, Open road (USA/70 Epic yellow, FOC)||EX/M- 20|
|DOORS, same (USA/Re Elektra red small "E")||VG+/M- 8|
|DOORS, Strange days (USA/67 Elektra tan/gold, inner)
Pale brown label, stereo both sides, slight beginning of rw.
|DOORS, Waiting for the sun (UK/68 Elektra red/black, FOC, MONO!!)
Cover is M-, BUT has been laminated (almost perfectly) by the previous owner. You now have a perfect outside without any of the wear that usually adorns this kind of cover, but on the inside of the gatefold you see the edges of the tape.
|ROBIN & BARRY DRANSFIELD, The rout of the blues (UK/70 Trailer red) rare now!||EX 60|
|DREAM ACADEMY, same (D/85 WB, inner)||EX/M- 10|
|DRIFTERS, The good life (USA/64 Atlantic red/purple, MONO)||EX 30|
|DUBROVACKI TRUBADURI, Pusti da ti leut svira (YU/73 Jugoton blue/silver) close to M-.||EX 15|
|CHAMPION JACK DUPREE, same (USA/68 Archive) brilliant folk-blues.||M- 20|
|BOB DYLAN, same(CDN/62 Columbia 360° black lettering)
Some slight differences to USA copies.
|BOB DYLAN, same(UK/62 CBS orange) mostly M-! Different backcover to USA.||EX 35|
|BOB DYLAN, The freewheelin' Bob Dylan(UK/63 CBS orange)||EX 30|
|BOB DYLAN, Another side of Bob Dylan(USA/64 Columbia 360° red/white, MONO)||EX 18|
|BOB DYLAN, Highway 61 revisited(UK/65 CBS orange)
Deep groove labels, stampers A2/B2. Superb disc!
|BOB DYLAN, John Wesley Harding (USA/68 Columbia 360°)||EX 25|
|BOB DYLAN, John Wesley Harding (AUS/68 CBS orange, MONO!!) laminated||VG+/EX 25|
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