Rare 1970 UK 7" vinyl single – It's a treat to find big dancefloor spinners in this condition: pressed on the legendary Bamboo label, the lovely Marcia grooves out on this worthy shot at the charts with its upbeat and happy tempo. Now, the B-side is where the big boys play: Dodd's own hand-picked outfit of Jamaica's finest musician, Sound Dimension, prove they have the Midas touch with another ton of Reggae gold on the funk monster Mun-Dun-Gu [Im & David] complete with very occasional shouts from what sounds like Count Machukie! This is a cracking and highly sought after spinner on a label that never fails and has only light cosmetic marks to show for its age and barely any signs of spindle marks! Boss Sounds, indeed!
Extremely rare 1964 UK 8-track mono LP recorded live at the famous Cavern Club in Liverpool, front laminated flipback picture sleeve. The sleeve on this copy has two perforations at the top, withsome laminate creating & minor shelfwear but is still complete, with clearly readable spine & just minor edge scuffing. The vinyl is in great condition with just a few light surface hairlines to show for its forty five years & upon play testing still sounds amazing. A nice copy of this legendary album in VG+/EX- condition at an extremely advantageous price.
Rare 1968 US first issue three colour 'steamboat' label 13-track stereo vinyl LP, pasted gatefold picture sleeve complete with illustrated company catalogue inner. The sleeve shows some light shelfwearwith a little edge scuffing, but is still in remarkable condition for a forty year old US album. The vinyl too has just a couple of light surface marks to prevent a mint grading & remains in excellent condition – A very nice copy of this US original.