Tuesdays Top Three

Here are three beauty's to set your world alight, including the "holiest of holy Beatles collectibles". 


THE BEATLES Please Please Me

Please Please MeRare 1963 UK black and gold Parlophone label STEREO issue 14-track vinyl LP – the holiest of holy Beatles collectibles, released 6 weeks later than the mono edition, featuring the infamous John Lennon mistakein the final verse of the title track; presented in a front laminated picture sleeve, complete with original Emitex inner.  Visually, this copy isn't the most beautiful, with the sleeve showing signs of ringwear, laminate creasing and a tear tothe bottom flipback.  The vinyl too, shows surface marks, proving it has been enjoyed.  However, once set a top the turntable, the sonic beauty overpowers these superficial physical imperfections, without a skip or jump to be heard, only the comforting light pop and crackle synonymous with the medium.  A truly unique chance to own THE Beatles collectible at a truly advantageous price. Whoever said beauty is only skin deep was sadly mistaken.

THE WHO Live At Leeds Live at Leeds

Scarce 1995 US MCA label limited edition remastered 14-track CD housed inside a superb numbered and embossed 12" gatefold card picture box reproducing the original album artwork even the original vinyl, including previously unreleased tracks and remixes, plus twelve reproduction inserts per the original release including a poster, photograph and reproduction band letters, receipts and lyrics.


AudienceAUDIENCE Audience

Original 1969 UK 12-track stereo LP [A1/B1 matrices], the progressive rock group's debut album and almost mythical in its rarity, supposedly selling in such small quantities at the time that it was immediately withdrawn! Includes an early rough & ready version of 'House On The Hill'. Housed in its original textured 'blacklite' picture sleeve, the sleeve shows barely any discernible wear with age and the vinyl too remains immaculate. An astonishing copy of this legendary prog rarity


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