Rare 1996 UK 18-track Limited Edition vinyl LP – In the summer of 1965, in a corner of Hampton Grammar School, Bill Richards [who had been a fleeting, early member of 1984before it acquired its futuristic name], and his colleagues Jenny Hill, Henry Deval and Terry Goulds, formed a folk-rock band, named after an archaic form of marrying beneath oneself. By January 1967, the quartet had progressed to the point where they had issued their own privately-pressed album, 'On The Right Side Of The Left-Handed Marriage', which ran to just fifty copies – making this a prized possession in psych circles. This album is also noted by Queen fans as the picture sleeve features a very young Brian May! The limited hand-numbered gatefold picture sleeve is in near mint condition and the vinyl looks unplayed!
2002 UK official '4 Part Promotional Pack' One Little Indian release containing a total of 50 tracks across 3 2-CD album sets entitled 'Greatest Hits', 'Enhanced Promo CD' [containing interview, photos, discography & more], 'Roots', 'Beats', 'Strings' & 'Greatest Hits As Chosen By Bjork' plus 'Inside Bjork + An Interview With Bjork' 95 minute PAL video housed in a custom slipcase, with the complete set presented in avelcro fastened flip-top picture box!
1969 UK first issue blue 'unboxed' Decca logo label 12-track stereo LP, complete with the original 'blue for stereo' bordered shaped company inner, octagonal front laminated internal pocket gatefold picturesleeve. The sleeve on this copy shows just a bit of light shelfwear & the vinyl is immaculate, showing just light signs of play – A superb copy!