Monday’s Top Three! Including A First Press For Mike Oldfield, A Rare Beatles 1970 Pressing And A Demonstration 7″ For Juicy Lucy!

Mike-Oldfield-Tubular-Bells---1-45674MIKE OLDFIELD Tubular Bells

1973 UK first press black & white 'two virgins & dragon' label LP, the classic instrumental work fom Oldfield, and the first to be released on Virgin. The heavyweight fully laminated sleeve shows minimal shelfwear andthe vinyl is flawless. This album took over a year to catch on, so these first early pressings are becoming ever more desirable, especially in such beautiful condition as this!

 

The-Beatles-Please-Please-Me-267587THE BEATLES Please Please Me

Rare 1970 UK issue of the 1963 14-track stereo LP on the two boxed EMI logo label with 'Gramophone Co' perimeter text, front laminated flipback picture sleeve WITHOUT 'stereo' logo on the front of the sleeve.The sleeve shows minimal shelfwear & the vinyl looks barely played.

 

Juicy-Lucy-Who-Do-You-Love-469220JUICY LUCY Who Do You Love

1969 UK wide centred 'A' label demonstration 7" for the single release, with release date of 6.2.70 on the label, also featuring Walking Down The Hiughway, Vertigo company die cut paper sleeve. The vinyl is strictly graded VG-/VG, it has obviously been played a few times and has noticeable surface marks, but plays without a problem with only the odd pop or crackle. A respectable copy of this hard to find pressing.

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