Just Arrived: Incredible Batch of Vintage ’60s LPs

We’ve just had an incredible bunch of vintage ’60s/early ’70s vinyl land at 991.com, from killer Brit Folk, Psych, Rock and more…here’s a few highlights…

Vin1Indian-Summer-Indian-Summer---E-460007
Rare 1971 UK 8-track LP issued on RCA’s short-lived Progressive imprint, Neon, featuring Bob Jackson [later of Badfinger]. Full Details Here
Vin2Bert-Jansch-Bert-Jansch-230909
Seminal Brit Folk LP with gems as ‘Do You Hear Me Now?’ [later a hit for Donovan], the chilling ‘Needle Of Death’ & the omnipresent cover of Davey Graham’s ‘Angie’, Full Details Here

Vin3Bert-Jansch-It-Dont-Bother-Me-607550
1st press on Transatlantic for this stunning second album which, although labelled ‘folk’, also weaves elements of blues and jazz. Full Details Here
Vin4Crazy-Elephant-Crazy-Elephant-210913
Scarce 1969 UK 11-track stereo LP on Major Minor, full of wigged-out Hammond excursions & groovy drum fills, opening with a lively version of Respect that you never knew was necessary! Full Details Here
Vin5Lord-Sutch--Heavy-Friend-Lord-Sutch-And-He-120893
1970 UK 12-track stereo LP on the plum & red Atlantic label, featuring many top names of the time including Jimmy Page, Nicky Hopkins, Jeff Beck, John Bonham, Noel Redding & more. Full Details Here
Vin6John-Fahey-Requia-604454
This was the fourth album by the enigmatic American folk/blues guitarist, don’t see this very often! Full Details Here
Vin7Bob-Dylan-The-Times-They-Ar-533468
Second press of his third album – classic! Full Details Here

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