Saturday’s Top Three Including Jethro Tull, Miles Davis, Embrace

Jethro-Tull-This-Was--Rock-Ag-558002JETHRO TULL This Was (Rare 1971 Japanese blue label promo sample 10-track vinyl LP, gatefold picture sleeve complete with Japanese/lyric insert & legendary 'Rock Age' obi-strip. Apart from a little foxing inside the gatefold, the sleeve shows just a little light shelfwear & the vinyl is excellent – A wonderful copy of this rare Tull release P-8074R)


MILES DAVIS Bags' Groove (2000 Japanese audiophile pressing of the 1954 7-track mono LP pressed on 200gram heavyweight vinyl & manufactured by Victor Entertainment. Features both takes of the Milt Jackson tune, with Jackson, Thelonious Monk, Percy Heath & Kenny Clarke, then further recordings with Horace Silver & Sonny Rollins, classic post-bop with great attention to detail, heavy duty picture card sleeve complete with JVC Cutting Center obi – a beautiful, pristine copy! DIW-9016)


EMBRACE EP's (1998 UK exclusive limited edition BBC Radio 1 promotional competition prize box set featuring the first six 12" vinyl EPs: 'The Good Will Out', 'My Weakness Is None Of Your Business', 'Come Back To What You Know', 'All You Good Good People', 'Fireworks' and 'One Big Family'. Each disc is housed in its own individual picture sleeve and all are housed in a custom printed, hand-numbered deluxe heavy-duty 12" box – still shrinkwrap sealed from new and one of only one hundred copies made!)

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