Saturday’s Top Three! Including A Top Notch Pink Floyd Psych-Fest, Manfred Mann’s Immense Soul Of Mann And A RARE Spanish Bowie Picture Disc!

Pink-Floyd-See-Emily-Play---575895THE PINK FLOYD See Emily Play

Rare 1967 UK silver & black Columbia label solid centre 7" vinyl single also featuring Scarecrow. The matrices read 7XCA 30214-1 and 7XCA 30215-1, housed in a Columbia die-cut paper sleeve.

 

 

Manfred-Mann-Soul-Of-Mann-64906MANFRED MANN Soul Of Mann

1967 UK 14-track Mono second pressing vinyl LP featuring Manfred's Kats on fine form as they fill our ears with hammond-led soul, jazz and beat compositions from the Stones' [I Can't Get No] Satisfaction and The Who's My Generation to Adderley's Sack 'O' Woe, laminated flipback picture sleeve. The sleeve, which retains its beautifully vibrant colours on the standout imagery, displays few signs of storage wear with a 1" seam split to the bottom edge; the vinyl has only minor signs of cosmetic marks with just one small shallow scratch that partially causes a click during the quieter passages of the first track – An excellent condition copy of this extremely groovy long player.

 

David-Bowie-Boys-Keep-Swingin-87303DAVID BOWIE Boys Keep Swinging

Rare Spanish RCA promotional 7" vinyl picture disc, also includes Fantastic Voyage. The disc features a superb picture of David with a leather jacket hung over his shoulders on one side and the Lodger Post Card image on the other side – both sides includes 'Disco Promocional Venta Prohibida' text around the edge, comes with an RCA company die-cut card sleeve.

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply