Very rare 1971 first Japanese promotional sample issue 10-track LP, manufactured by Warner Pioneer & pressed on a dark blue & silver label, a unique promotional-only design, housed in a top & side opening bronze finish 'zipper' sleeve designed by Andy Warhol, in fully working order with illustrated album credits inner & English lyric insert. The sleeve shows only light shelf wear with just a few light signs of creasing to the inner sleeves but otherwiseall in excellent condition. As ever with our Japanese supplier, the vinyl on this copy is a beauty & looks barely played!
Very rare 1970 first Japanese issue 10-track LP, manufactured by Nippon Grammophon on the blue & green Atlantic label, housed in a heavyweight fully textured gatefold sleeve with pasted front cover & gold embossed titles. This super rare pressing is complete with the often missing lyric insert plus the very hard to find original 'CSN&Y Present' green obi. Despite a scuff mark in a bottom corner the sleeve is otherwise in spectacular condition for its age with no creasing or marks, the vinyl looks barely touched!
Rather rare & special 1971 Japanese 11-track vinyl LP on the tan Reprise 'steamboat' label, manufactured by Warner Pioneer. A feast for the eardrums of Mothers gems including 'Didja Get Any Onja', 'Directly From My Heart To You' & the rebellious teen's anthem 'My Guitar Wants To Kill Your Mama', housed in the striking Neon Park designed sleeve. Very first issues have a 2000 yen price on the obi. This copy has 2300 yen retail on the obi & back cover bottom right, & is complete with Japanese insert. Despite a little 'foxing' on the back the sleeve is otherwise in excellent condition with no creasing or tears & the vinyl is flawless