Monday’s Top Three including GENESIS, QUEEN and ROSEMARY SQUIRES…

Genesis A Trick Of The Tail GENESIS A Trick Of The Tail

Rare 1981 US limited edition Mobile Fidelity half-speed mastered 'Original Master Recording' audiophile issue of the 1976 8-track vinyl LP, the first from the band to feature Phil Collins on lead vocals, including thesuperb 'Squonk'. Housed in an internally pasted gatefold picture sleeve complete with all original series inserts! Beautiful copy MFSL1-062.

 

QUEEN A Day At The Races Queen A Day At The Races

Deleted 1996 US Mobile Fidelity 24ct GOLD limited edition 'Ultradisc II' audiophile 10-track CD album, digitally remastered from the original master tapes. Although arguably best experienced as an entire work the album features the huge hit single Somebody To Love, Good Old-Fashioned Lover Boy and the classic heavy rock opener Tie Your Mother Down. Housed in unique black & gold bordered picture sleeve with booklet including the complete original artwork and wraparound card outer sleeve – Still Factory SEALED! UDCD668.

Rosemary Squires Something To Remember Me By ROSEMARY SQUIRES Something To Remember Me By

1965 UK 12-track MONO LP, front laminated flipback picture sleeve. This highly desirable British female vocal jazz LP, with orchestras directed by David Moss, Wally Stott, Ken Thorne and Kenny Powell,is in very nice condition indeed. The sleeve shows the faintest of laminate creasing and just a little discolouration evident on the reverse, understandable with age. It remains exceptional for an LP that was released over forty five years ago! The vinyl too has just a few light cosmetic surface marks which have no effect during playback, it play tests beautifully and comes highly recommended – A great copy of this very rare album! CLP1832.

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