See last week’s post below… here are today’s Top 3:-
Perdon Parece Ser La Palabra Mas Dificil – Scarce 1976 Argentinean solid centre 7″ vinyl single for Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word, also including Cartuchera (Shoulder Holster), plain die-cut paper sleeve. The vinyl remains very good with only a few light surface scuffs, the first example we have ever seen ROKN517
I’m Still Standing – Extremely rare original 1983 UK ultra-high-grade methyl cellulose metal based lacquer reference 12″ acetate, featuring the 3 minute 47 Seconds long Extended Version which was used on the 12 Inch single release, the second side features part of a song from an un-related artist, this is where the disc was quite typically recycled in the studio. This has a custom ‘CBS Mastering Studio’ labels with hand annotated artist name, title & pressing date ‘4.7.83’ and ‘V/S 30.25’. We have play tested and can confirm that the track length written is correct, the playing surface has only a few light surface marks but plays without any issues, and within a plain white sleeve. A really nice example and the first we have ever had – click for more
Cielo De Diamantes – 1974 Mexican 3-track 7″ vinyl single for Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds, also including Tu Cancion (Your Song) & One Day At A Time, unique wraparound picture sleeve. The sleeve displays just light wear and the vinyl remains excellent with only a few light surface marks EXI-40107
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Just landed this week is a superb, mega-fan collection of all things Elton John. Look out for exotic foreign pressings, signed items, exclusive artwork, promotional releases, sealed LP’s, test pressings, posters, tour programmes and beyond!
The collection also covers pretty much all of Elton’s back catalogue too, so don’t miss out on your chance to plug any gaps in your collection. Here’s a few to whet your whistle, see them all at our Elton John Collectors Store.