Wednesday’s Top Three Including The Beatles, The Kinks, Audience

The-Beatles-Please-Please-Me-330195THE BEATLES Please Please Me (Rare 1963 UK stereo 14-track LP on the legendary black & gold Parlophone label, with Dick James Music credit for Please Please Me, I Saw Her Standing There, Misery & Do You Want To Know A Secret, Ernest J Day front laminated flipback picture sleeve PCS3042) 
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THE KINKS Face To Face (Very rare original 1966 UK 14-track stereo vinyl LP, apparently only pressed for export, front laminated flipback picture sleeve for the mono edition with 'STEREO NSPL' sticker on the reverse. As a nice touch, the previous owner has attached a period review of the album to a blank section on the back of the sleeve. The sleeve itself remains in superb condition, with the front an as intended shade of ivory & with just the lightest signs of handling on the unlaminated back, with edge scuffing at anabsolute minimum. The heavyweight vinyl too is of equal splendour, showing just the lightest signs of play and remaining near 'as new'. A fantastic one owner copy of this classic in astonishing condition! NSPL18149)


AUDIENCE Audience (Original 1969 UK 12-track stereo vinyl LP with A1/B1 matrices, the progressive rock group's debut album & almost mythical in its rarity, supposedly selling in such small quantities at the time that it was immediately withdrawn! Includes an early rough & ready version of 'House On The Hill', textured 'blacklite' picture sleeve. The sleeve shows only a light ripple with no wear to the print or edges at all. The vinyl is super clean & looks barely played. An astonishing copy of this legendary prog rarity!)

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