Wednesday’s Top Three including Ian Matthews, Rolling Stones & Fairfield Parlour

444888IAN MATTHEWS Tigers Will Survive Rare original 1972 UK  issue 11-track stereo LP on the Vertigo 'swirl' label, housed in  a textured gatefold picture sleeve complete with its poly-lined  die-cut 'swirl' inner, so often missing from copies we've seen  before. The sleeve on this copy shows some minor shelfwear  and is strictly graded EX- condition, whilst the vinyl is in 'near  as new' condition with very little signs of play, the labels show  just a couple of light spindle marks to show thatit has been  played, overall a really nice example

585103ROLLING STONES Some Girls Live In Texas '78 2012  Japanese only Limited Edition 5-disc [2-LP/DVD/Blu-Ray/CD]  set. The live performance was recorded and filmed on 16mm  film during one show at the Will Rogers Auditorium in Fort  Worth, Texas on the18th July 1978 during their US Tour in  support of the album, Some Girls.  Now, restored from the  original footage and with sound mixed and mastered by Bob  Clearmountain.
Each LP comes in their own sleeve with  the CD,DVD & Blu-Ray togetherina card panel, all housed in a  clam shell style card picture box complete with two booklets  and original obi-strip – brand new and in MINT condition  VQXD-10040

433301FAIRFIELD PARLOUR From Home To Home Rare 1970 first UK  issue 12-track stereo LP on the large 'swirl' Vertigo label,  gatefold textured picture sleeve designed by Keef complete  with the original die-cut 'swirl' company inner. There are a  coupleof tiny paper tears at the opening edge of the sleeve,  but these are unobtrusive to the print & do not spoil the  artwork. The sleeve is otherwise excellent with just a little  minor scuffing. The vinyl is super clean & shows barely any  evidence of play

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