Tuesday’s Top Three! Including An Uber Rare Tea & Symphony, A Great Bob Dylan And A French Status Quo!

Tea--Symphony-An-Asylum-For-The-567368TEA & SYMPHONY An Asylum For The Musically Insane

Rare 1969 UK 9-track LP of 'Progressive Folk' by the talented trio, with 'Gramophone Co' label perimeter text & without EMI logo, wonderful front laminated gatefold picture sleeve. The sleeve onthis copy shows just a little light shelfwear along the bottom. The vinyl is clean and looks barely played with no scratches or marks to the disc – A wonderful copy of this very hard to find album.


Bob-Dylan-Blonde-On-Blonde-568813BOB DYLAN Blonde On Blonde

Rare original 1966 UK 14-track 'rough' textured orange CBS label MONO double LP with A1/B1/C1/D1 matrices. The labels are printed with the 'Blonde On Blonde' above the 'Bob Dylan' text, and lists track two on the B-side on record one as 'Stuck Inside Of Mobile With Thee', also printed is DDP66012 which is also present with the matrices on the run-out. Housed in a front laminated internal flipback gatefold picture sleeve which has 9 black & white pictures inside and comes with the original CBS advertising paper inners. The sleeve is strictly graded VG-, as it has a split down the outside spine, otherwise only has some minor shelfwear with intact internal flipbacks. The vinyl remains in EX-/EX with just a few surface marks which do not effect play. A very respectable play copy at an advantageous price.


Status-Quo-Le-Double-Disque-568797STATUS QUO Le Double Disque D'Or De

1970s French-only 20-track PRT label double LP, housed in a unique front laminated gatefold picture sleeve with the 'PRT Records' logo on the front plus the Vogue die-cut paper inner sleeves. The sleeve has only a few light storage marks with the vinyl in near mint condition.

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