Friday’s Top Three Including Eric Clapton, Pink Floyd, Pet Shop Boys

Eric-Clapton-EC-Was-Here---ace-594717ERIC CLAPTON E.C. Was Here (Incredibly rare 1975 US double-sided metal based methyl cellulose lacquer acetate for the live LP release, with custom printed black & white Atlantic studio labels listing artist, tracklist, label address & side details. Unique to Eric collectors is the extended thirteen minute version of 'Rambling On My Mind' [listed on the label as just 'Ramblin'] which segways into a cover of Elmore James' 'The Sky Is Crying' before the band link back to the Robert Johnson cover tune. The official released version cuts Ramblin' at the seven minute mark just before the segway, & opts for 'Further On Up The Road' [not featured here] as a more upbeat album finisher. The disc is exceptionally clean with just the lightest few scuffs as evidence of play. A seriously rare find!)


Pink-Floyd-The-Pink-Floyd---290057PINK FLOYD The Pink Floyd – Odeon Sampler (Extremely limited 1971 Japanese promotional-only 10-track stereo sampler LP on Odeon Records, housed in a heavyweight custom picture sleeve depicting a black & white photograph of a cow's head. This now legendary Floyd rarity is in beautiful condition, with hardly any signs of wear to the sleeve & super clean vinyl. The vinyl disc reveals just a couple of faint paper scuffs that have no effect on play. An outstanding rarity & the best we've ever seen! PRP-32)


PET SHOP BOYS In Depth (Rare 1989 Japanese Toshiba/EMI 6-track promotional only CD sampler including It's Alright, One Of The Crowd, Your Funny Uncle, Always On My Mind, Domino Dancing and Left To My Own Devices. Housed in a unique black & white card picture sleeve SPCD-1071)

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