Wednesday’s Top Three! Including A First Issue Physical Graffiti, Scott Walker’s Immense 3 And A Strange Pressing For The Stones!

Led-Zeppelin-Physical-Graffiti-301004LED ZEPPELIN Physical Graffiti

1975 UK first issue 15-track double LP, one of LZ's most diverse and challenging records, featuring household classics like Kashmir and lesser played gems such as The Wanton Song, great die-cut picture sleeve withthick card inners and card tracklisting insert.

 

Scott-Walker-Scott-3---EX-491863SCOTT WALKER Scott 3

1969 UK 13-track stereo vinyl LP, superb front laminated gatefold picture sleeve that must rank as some of the best album art ever. An uneven but engaging album – Still in his mid '20s, Scott was furthering his transition from teen idol to modern artist, with all bar three songs being self penned & the other three being covers of Jacques Brel songs. Although sales were sluggish at the time, it is now regarded by many Walker fans as a favourite, so finding copiesin anything like acceptable condition is now becoming very difficult indeed. The sleeve with only very minor storage wear is in EX+ condition, the vinyl with signs of spindle wear and a handful of very light surface marks is in VG+/EX- condition.

 

Rolling-Stones-Sticky-Fingers-311770ROLLING STONES Sticky Fingers

Rare 1992 Russian 10-track LP including Wild Horses, unique 'Hammer & Sickle belt buckle' picture sleeve with Russian text. The sleeve on this copy shows very little signs of age with the vinyl looking seldom played, an outstanding near mint copy.

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