Rare 80s UK limited edition Nimbus Records Supercut pressing of the 1974 8-track LP, with 'Nimbus England' stamper in the run-out groove, gold embossed picture sleeve. This edition was mastered and pressed exclusively for readers of Practical Hi-Fi magazine & available by mail order only. The sleeve shows minimal shelfwear and the vinyl is in wonderful near 'as new' condition.
Rare 1966 UK 8-track mono vinyl LP, Stan's follow-up to the classic Under Milk Wood quartet recording, this time written for a big band featuring many of the leading jazz musicians in Britain of the era, including Ronnie Scott, Bobby Wellins, Tubby Hayes, Kenny Wheeler, Alan Branscombe, and Kenny Baker, the first time Tracey recorded an entire LP of his own arrangements for a group this size, front laminated flipback picture sleeve. Both sleeve & vinyl remain in excellent condition, with the sleeve showing only minor shelfwear & the vinyl showing little sign of play and sounds beautiful. Highly recommended!
Rare 1955 UK first issue gold lettering London label 8-track 10" vinyl album, featuring the debut release from Bill and his boys. Make sure your seatbelt is well and truely tightened as you go on a whistle-stop tour of some of the finest pioneering 'teenage' sounds around! Banging, crashing and hollering through classics such as Rocking Chair On The Moon, Rock The Joint and Ten Little Indians in a style which the sleeve clearly states is "not quiteanything for which there is a standard definition". The fully laminated scallop flipback picture sleeve displays only minor 'hints' that this is fast approaching its sixtieth birthday with only light age yellowing and the start of a small seam split to the top edge. The vinyl has clearly been played and as such has few cosmetic marks and will exhibit some surface noise and is graded VG/VG-. This is your chance to grab a respectable copy of this sought-after gem that spawned an entire generation and inspired many decades of artists that came after it!