Wednesday’s Top Three! Including A Rare Philharmonic Orchestra 1959 Pressing, A Japanese Pink Floyd LP And The Hollies ’68 Release On Rare Red Vinyl!

Schumann-Cello-Concerto-In-560165PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA Cello Concerto In A Minor

Very rare 1959 UK 1st issue stereo LP on the blue/silver Columbia label, also featuring an incredible performance of Tchaikovsky's 'Variations On A Rococo Theme, op. 33', both conducted by Sir Malcom Sargent and starring the great Pierre Fournier. The picture sleeve is fully laminated with scalloped flipbacks and shows only the lightest of ring wear – the print on the reverse is a perfect off-white and the spine is immaculate. The vinyl has no scratches, spindle marks or blemishes whatsoever, and is exceptionally clean playing to the highest standard. A beauty!

 

Pink-Floyd-Ummagumma-153761PINK FLOYD Ummagumma

Mid 1970s Japanese third issue 9-track double vinyl LP issue of the 1969 album, housed in a pasted gatefold 'Gigi' picture sleeve complete with Japanese text biography/lyric insert and 'Rock Greatest' obi-strip.

 

The-Hollies-The-Best-Of-The-H-502707THE HOLLIES The Best Of The Hollies

Rare 1968 Japanese 14-track Odeon label stereo LP compilation pressed on Everclean Wine Red Vinyl manufactured by Toshiba Musical Industries Ltd. Housed in a flipback picture sleeve with pinched spine, Everclean catalogue paper inner sleeve and English lyric sheet and original Odeon obi-strip. The sleeve is immaculate and the vinyl has just a few spindle marks to indicate play – a fantastic copy of a very rare pressing!

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