Wednesday’s Top Three! Including A Must-Have LP From King Crimson, A Orange & Plum Rarity From The Allman Brothers And A Russian Only Led Zeppelin!

King-Crimson-In-The-Court-Of--544767KING CRIMSON In The Court Of The Crimson King

Early 70's issue UK 5-track vinyl LP of the 1969 benchmark debut on the pink rimmed Island 'palm tree' label with stamped 'A4/B4' matrices. Gatefold picture sleeve featuring the now iconic cover design by Barry Godber. The sleeve has only some light surface/edge scuff marksfrom storage and the vinyl has just a couple of very faint inaudible surface marks, with bright, clean labels. A fabulous copy of this pioneering prog album!


Allman-Brothers-Band-At-Filmore-East--549470ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND At Filmore East

Original 1971 1st issue UK 7-track orange & plum Atlantic label 2-LP set, housed in a US internal pasted gatefold picture sleeve which is how this was originally issued. The sleeve on this copy has some minor storage wear mostly on the edges and spine, the vinyl is excellent with only a few light surface marks which do not effect play, still a great copy of this 40 year old album.


Led-Zeppelin-Stairway-To-Heave-558463LED ZEPPELIN Stairway To Heaven

Scarce 1988 Russian only Melodiya label 7-track vinyl LP, includes Immigrant Song, Black Dog and Stairway To Heaven. Housed in a unique picture sleeve with Cyrillic/English text, the sleeve has only a few minor storage marks with the vinyl in excellent condition.

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