Friday’s Top Three including Hank Mobley, Pink Floyd & Neil Young

600286HANK MOBLEY & LEE MORGAN Peckin' Time Very rare 1959  first US issue 5-track deep groove mono vinyl LP on the 'West  63rd' address label, with 'RVG' stampers & 'ear' etchings in  the run-outs, a stunning & driving bop album of the highest  order,also starring Wynton Kelly on Piano, Paul Chambers on  Bass & Charlie Persip on Drums, housed in its original heavy  duty pasted sleeve with 'West 63rd' address at the bottom &  the correct 'West 61st' company catalogue inner. 

600271PINK FLOYD More Ultra rare 70s South African 13-track stereo vinyl  LP, the soundtrack to Barbet Schroeder's exploration of drug addiction  on the Balearic Island of Ibiza, on a seldom seen dark blue & silver  Columbia 'one box' EMI logo label with 'All Rights' & 'Pressed for OR'  perimeter text, unique catalogue number & Artone Press front  laminated flipback sleeve designed by Hipgnosis, with West facing  couple on reverse.

600135NEIL YOUNG Neil Young 1969 US first issue 10-track stereo vinyl LP  on the two colour steamboat label, pasted gatefold picture sleeve  without 'NEIL YOUNG' on the front and with lyrics & picture inside the  gatefold. This is the remixed version with the short fade on 'Here We  Are In The Years' and 'RE-1' etched into the runout area on side two.

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