Rare original 1968 UK pressed London blue & silver label 10-track stereo vinyl LP, originally intended for export to the US [hence the US catalogue number of PS539] but exported to Japan instead. Housed in the original Garrod & Lofthouse front laminated gatefold picture sleeve with changed credits on the back. Comes complete with the rare original Japanese promotional only 7" flexi disc featuring an interview with Mick Jagger [in its own unique custom paper picture sleeve which is pristine] and Japanese issue inserts – one with lyrics, the other with biography and transcript of the interview!
Rare Japanese blue & silver Columbia label promo sample 2-track 7" wide-centre hole vinyl single, also includes Did You No Wrong, great band logo and titled silver & blue picture insert with blue-tinted pictures and Japanese text on reverse, complete with 'Columbia Sampler' die-cut bag. All in stunning MINT condition! YK-90-AX.
Super rare 1970s Japanese CBS Sony orange and cream label 10-track promotional only vinyl LP – issued exclusively to radio stations, and part of a series of three promotional only formats. Features hard to find recordings including legendary early 'electric' B-side Mixed Up Confusion and a live version of Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues recorded in Liverpool on the '66 world tour. Housed in its original unique custom illustrated, textured picture sleeve which remains in remarkable condition with only a little light foxing/discolouration visible, intact seams and clearly legible spine print. The vinyl remains a beautiful near MINT! YBPC-2.