Saturday’s Top Items! Including A George Harrison Record Store Day Special, Jimmy Smith Is Definately ‘Feline’ It, Robbie Williams Is Certified…Gold And John Mayall’s Fusion On Vinyl!

John-Mayall-Jazz-Blues-Fusion-462340 JOHN MAYALL Jazz Blues Fusion

Original 1972 red label Polydor UK 7-track vinyl LP recorded live in Boston and New York, housed inside its E.J. Day printed matt picture sleeve which still has the period Boots Nett Price sticker attached showing the original retail price of just £2.25 – a bargain – this remarkable copy has come from the vast collection of its original owner who purchased it brand new. The vinyl is pristine, mint condition!


Robbie-Williams-The-Ego-Has-Lande-312253 ROBBIE WILLIAMS The Ego Has Landed

Rare Official RIAA Certified US GOLD award issued to commemorate sales in excess of more than 500,000 copies of the CD and Cassette album. This nicely framed and glazed award measures approximately 15" x 15" insize, features a gold CD with RIAA hologram in the centre of the disc and dedication plaque below, both on the right hand side, both mounted on a picture background featuring the album cover picture, framed in a black metal frame with custom printed glaze with 'Robbie Williams' text in white and 'The Ego Has Landed' text in orange – truly stunning item!


Jimmy-Smith-The-Cat-449949 JIMMY SMITH The Cat

Rare 1964 UK first issue 8-track mono vinyl LP, arranged and conducted by Lalo Schifrin and starring Jimmy Cleveland, Grady Tate, George Duvivier, Kenny Burrell & Thad Jones amongst others, housed in a front laminated flipback picture sleeve with liner notes on the reverse. The sleeve is in fantatstic near 'as new' condition with no obvious laminate lift evident and astonishing very little sign of discouration or age, after 47 years and the vinyl within remains remarkably pristine – a glorious copy, hard to find in such wonderful condition!


George-Harrison-All-Things-Must-P-529690 GEORGE HARRISON All Things Must Pass – 40th Anniversary Edition

2010 US 'Record Store Day' limited edition numbered box set, featuring 23-tracks pressed on 180-gram vinyl in its original 3-LP configuration, originally released on the 27th November 1970 and co-produced by Harrison and Phil Spector. Housed in a 12" x 12" lift-top box packaging with faithfully replicated original monochromic album artwork which is numbered on the back, plus a full colour poster. Newly remastered at Abbey Road Studios from the original analogue master tapes, this deluxe vinyl reissue commemorates the landmark album’s 40th anniversary and was available exclusively at Record Store Day-participating independent music retailers across America. This copy is still factory sealed with the red Apple logo hype sticker on the front and Record Store Day barcode sticker on the back.

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