Thursday’s Top Three! Including A Fantastic Doo-Wap Rarity From Bobby Day, The Doors On Audiophile Vinyl And A Marianne Faithful ’66 First Issue!

Bobby-Day-Little-Bitty-Pret-567701BOBBY DAY AND THE SATELLITES Little Bitty Pretty One

Rare 1957 UK 7" vinyl single with the purple label and silver print plus intact original four prong centre. Featuring the outstanding Doo-Wap classic in its original form, before it was popularised by Thurston Harris. Backed with When The Swallows Come Back To Capistrano, diecut His Master's Voice company sleeve. The vinyl exhibits few light surface marks with only the faintest signs of spindle wear – An amazing Ex- copy of this must-have Rockabilly favourite!


The-Doors-Waiting-For-The-S-427139THE DOORS Waiting For The Sun

Scarce US limited edition 11-track DCC Compact Classics audiophile LP issue of the 1968 album, remastered by Steve Hoffman & pressed on 180gm pure virgin vinyl. Housed in an individually number stickered glossy gatefold picture sleeve, complete with lyric insert and original stickered PVC outer bag – both sleeve & vinyl are in superb condition.


Marianne-Faithfull-North-Country-Mai-451002MARIANNE FAITHFULL North Country Maid

Rare 1966 UK first issue deep groove 'ffrr' label 12-track mono vinyl LP, co-arranged by Mick Taylor, front laminated picture sleeve. The sleeve shows just a little light shelfwear, with some minor discolouration to the unlaminated back & the vinyl remains in excellent condition with just a couple of light cosmetic scuffs to show for its forty five years – A nice copy of this very hard to find mono original.

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