Saturday’s Classic Rock Top Three! Including A First Pressing For Bowie, An A1/B1 Matrix For Uriah Heep And A Must-Have From The ‘Oo!

David-Bowie-The-Rise-And-Fall-459149DAVID BOWIE The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars

Rare first pressing 1972 UK 11-track LP, with 'Titantic/Chrysalis' credit on the labels indicating a true first issue, matt picture sleeve with illustrated lyric inner. This first issue pre-dates the Mainman contract and as such has no reference to Mainman anywhere on the sleeve or record label.

 

Uriah-Heep-Demons-And-Wizard-194070URIAH HEEP Demons And Wizards

Rare original 1972 UK Bronze label 8-track LP, manufactured and distributed by Island Records, complete with lyric inner and gatefold picture sleeve featuring stunning artwork by Roger Dean. This is the earliest pressing with A1/B1 matrix numbers. The sleeve displays only the lightest signs of edge wear, otherwise all print is clearly legible and there is no creasing at all. The vinyl is clean and shows only the very lightest signs of play.

 

The-Who-My-Generation-303257THE WHO My Generation

Rare original 1965 UK 12-track deep groove mono LP on the black Brunswick label, classic front laminated picture sleeve. Without doubt one of THE party albums of the sixties and a mod classic to this day!

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