Classic 1969 UK 10-track stereo LP. With epic arrangements and ambitious songwriting, this is the first Walker album to feature entirely original material and stands among his finest work. The gatefold sleeve is unlaminated and as such suffered a little edge scuffing, however the spine is perfectly legible and the inside print is unblemished – the vinyl is immaculate with no spindle marks on the labels with no visable scuffs, a really outstanding EX copy.
1967 UK 1st pressing 7-track textured orange Elektra label MONO LP for the 2nd album including the classics 'Seven & Seven Is' and the side-long 18-minute 'Revelation'. Housed in a picture sleeve which has only a few minor storage scuff marks and some edgewear. The vinyl has only a small 1" in diameter dull area on the A side the vinyl is in a stunning near mint condition which has no effect on play, after play testing we can safely say it still sounds incredible for a 45 year old pressing.
1975 UK first issue 15-track double LP, one of LZ's most diverse and challenging records, featuring household classics like Kashmir and lesser played gems such as The Wanton Song, great die-cut picture sleeve withthick card inners and card tracklisting insert.