Wednesday’s Top Items! The Rarities Keep A-Coming: ‘Monster Rare’ 1971 Prog From Spring, ‘Super Rare’ Japanese Kiss And The Mothers Of Invention At The Fillmore East!

Spring-Spring-543864SPRING Spring

Monster rare original 1971 UK 8-track LP on the cult Neon label, particularly collectable among British Progressive enthusiasts. Spring earned a reputation among keyboard-led prog fans as they employed three mellotron players in the group! Tri-fold matt sleeve with lyrics across the inner spread and die-cut poly-lined inner. The sleeve has some paper loss along the spine and a little scuffing to the bottom edge but nothing too severe at all. The labels are bright and clean with no spindle wear and no marks to the vinyl: beautiful. Highly recommended, and at a great price considering strictly mint copies are now fetching four figure sums!


Kiss-The-Originals-II-139961KISS The Originals II

Super rare 1978 Japanese-only Casablanca label 29-track 3-LP vinyl set repackaging the albums 'Destroyer', 'Rock & Roll Over' and 'Love Gun' in a unique gatefold picture sleeve complete with artwork inners, 8-page lyric booklet, glossy full colour 8-page photo booklet, four superb Kiss masks and original obi-strip. The vinyl has just a light hairline mark evident to Side 1 of the 'Destroyer' album, otherwise this incredible package is in MINT condition -now hard very to find complete!


Mothers-Of-Invention-Fillmore-East-Jun-362043MOTHERS OF INVENTION Fillmore East June 1971

1971 Japanese 12-track vinyl LP on the Reprise tan 'steamboat' label, housed in a picture sleeve complete with 4-page biography/lyric insert and original green & white obi-strip. There is some very light discoloration to the sleeve, however the vinyl and other contents remain mint, a fantastic record, and essential to any Frank Zappa collection.

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