Wednesday’s Top Three! Including A Rare 60’s Gem From The Graham Bond Organisation, A Mike Oldfield Retrospective Scarcity And An Elvis Late 50’s Mail-Order Only 6″ Disc!

Graham-Bond-Theres-A-Bond-Bet-227818GRAHAM BOND ORGANIZATION There's A Bond Between Us

1965 UK 12-track mono vinyl LP, front laminated flipback picture sleeve. The sleeve on this copy shows some mild shelfwear with a degree of discolouration to the unlaminated back, but remains intact & untorn. The vinyl too shows some noticable surface scuffs, spindlemarks around the centre hole & has obviously been played, but still sounds far better than it looks, thanks to the high quality sixties pressing. Upon play testing, we found it to play with just a little surface noise evident in quiet passages and between tracks. A very acceptable copy of this great album at an extremely advantageous price.


Mike-Oldfield-A-Virgin-Compilat-5026MIKE OLDFIELD A Virgin Compilation

Rare 1987 US 11-track promotional-only retrospective CD album, including Tubular Bells and ten other standout tracks to reintroduce Mike's back catalogue to American media in advance of his Isalnds album project. Featuring a custom fold-out picture sleeve with complete biography, this official compilation album remains one of Mike's most elusive and renowned worldwide CD releases!


Elvis-Presley-The-Truth-About-M-512599ELVIS PRESLEY The Truth About Me

Rare original 1957 UK mail-order only 78rpm single sided 6" shellac disc, originally available via the Weekend Mail magazine/paper, featuring Elvis talking for approximately two minutes as a thank you to fans. The label features the text 'Weekend Mail presents The Truth About Me exclusive by Elvis Presley'. There is no catalogue number as such, but the number stamped in the run-out groove is 13951. No scratches or jumps & still retaining the originalmailing envelope – a fine copy!

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