Monday’s Top Three! Including A Black & Gold Please Please Me, An Edgar Broughton 1970 Rarity And Johnny Kidd & The Pirates’ EP!

The-Beatles-Please-Please-Me-359076THE BEATLES Please Please Me

Rare 1963 UK first issue first pressing mono vinyl LP on the legendary black & gold Parlophone label. The label credits 'Dick James Mus. Co' for the title track, not Northern Songs as later pressings did, Ernest J Day front laminated flipback picture sleeve with large mono logo on the top right hand corner of the sleeve.


Edgar-Broughton-Band-Sing-Brother-Sing-72442EDGAR BROUGHTON BAND Sing Brother Sing

Rare classic original 1970 UK Harvest issue 10-track stereo vinyl LP with 'The Gramophone Co' label perimeter text, great front laminated gatefold picture sleeve. The sleeve shows some light edgewear, and some markings on the inside of the sleeve where there was some tape on there but generally the sleeve is VG, However the vinyl looks barely played, and for a record that is 42 years old is in excellent condition, and rarely seen in such great shape as this! This rarity is not to be miss out on!


Johnny-Kidd--The-Pirates-Johnny-Kidd-EP-548694JOHNNY KIDD & THE PIRATES Johnny Kidd EP

Very rare 1963 UK 4-track 7" vinyl EP featuring I'll Never Get Over You, Then I Got Everything, Hungry For Love & A Shot Of Rhythm And Blues, front laminated flipback picture sleeve. The sleeve shows onlya little shelfwear & discolouration to the unlaminated back and would be graded EX-. The vinyl has managed to remain in a superb VG+/EX- condition with just a few light cosmetic surface scuffs to show for its fifty years. A very respectable copy of this rare EP at an advantageous price!

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