Ultra rare South African tribal psych prog venture. Fragile flip-back cover has lamination problem on the front as always. But, the back cover is much better than average apart from a minor tape stain and a small writing. Also, record is surprisingly Near Mint from down there!
Ultra rare promo only recorded live at the Atlantic Recording Studios, December 7, 1977. 100% orig copy with matrices are LASS corrected into LAAS., not counterfeit turn around. Comes complete with a letter and return postcard from Atlantic Records. Cover is pristine, record hardly played with no sign of use. Though plays a bit crackle due to the pressing.
Never seen before, ultra obscure xian folk psych trio from Singapore featuring one Asian and two Western. Twilight atmospheric acoustic sounding with downer English vocals, and plenty of wailing electric leads add some drifting acid vibes. Overall great listening experience for folk psych buffs. Comes with insert.
Highly sought-after Krautrock heavy psych monster with obvious underground vibes, massive fuzz assaults, gushing organ galore. Cover front laminated and stamped on the back, and is in perfect nick! As well as record hardly been played with a few superficial marks from inners. The best copy for sale in last 10 years imaginable.
Released from subsidiary label of ESP, NYC communal hippie folk with alternate male/female vocals, strumming guitars, congas, and lost psych vibes. Front cover is nice with light storage wear only. Back cover has light dirt and some stains. Record has been played handful times or less, but there are odd spiderweb a like pressing fault on B-1 that create background crackles on half the way of the song. The rest others play Near Mint. Comes complete with lyric insert and bumper sticker!
Same label as ultra rare UK folk album called Tickawinda, this is another monster from Latvia based on England. 5 piece band including female vocal plays unique mix of traditional Baltic folk and low edge fuzz garage psych, even having punk rock attitudes. Never heard such a strange sounding before, but actually they are real killer to my ears.
First pressing Liberty/UA rim label. Laminated gatefold cover is stunning Near Mint! There is a tiny faintest mark on the side one of disc two that affects minimal ticks but barely noticeable. Otherwise nearly pristine. And, disc one is simply flawless!
Related to D'SWOONERS whose albums only released in Japan back in late 60's, ANAK BAYAN is only real progressive rock in 70's Philippino scene. They started to play their music early 70's and finally released their only album in 1977. Musically a bit similar to Jethro Tull or Family in parts with searing electric guitar leads, flute, and booming heavy rhythm sections. Featured one of the Hans Pokora book which said as rare as any Juan De La Cruz LP's. This copy is in amazing Near Mint condition that you will never see it again.
Underground doomy proto prog psych beast. Cover is quite decent with a few lamination crease and lifting. No seam split. Spine fully legible. Record looks nice with some pressing bubbles due to poor Middle Earth quality, plays through fine although a bit crackly in quite sections. But, almost all copies play never Mint as known by collectors and dealers.
Real first pressing as both cover and record have 56 numbers. Gimmick cover has damage on inside that neatly repaired. Right and left edges have discoloration. Because, there are once taped. Cover is not great condition, but not terrible. Record has a few light marks, but plays EX or better.
Swedish hard prog with full of hamond and fuzz battles ala Fuzzy Duck. Cover has some minor issues, but it's not that obvious. Actually better than average used copies. Record has some minor marks, but not played much, and it plays clear and loud!
Their debut, quite hard to find Danish orig pressed for Scandinavia market. Flimsy cover has light rubbing on the front top as beginning of ring wear, but otherwise nice and tidy without major defects. Spine intact and readable. Record looks rather V+ with light amount of surface marks, but plays EX or better without noticeable crackles.
Quite unique Pacific Canadian bizarre outsider private pressing by multi track recording with several lead vocalists including male and female. Songs are pretty varied and weird, from twisted folk rock to eastern acid psych, and from slight newwave feeling to reggae moves. Mike also sing one track which is amazingly doped!
Their second and the first release from Ohr. Mostly you see 556 numbers for this title, but this is very scarce real first pressing on both cover and record have 56 numbers. Soft unlaminated gatefold cover easy to prone to damages, and there are minor storage wear around the edge, but much better than average. Record has a few faint marks, but plays Near Mint!
Embossed box cover comes complete with reverse Swirl inner and elusive poster. Box cover has usual laminate lifting around the embossed words, and some crease on the flap. Record has some surface scuffs but plays great all the way through. Poster is Near Mint unused condition!
Never seen another copies nor there are no information on internet anywhere, astonishing Dutch DIY private hard rock beast housed in handmade cover and labels. Supposedly demo only made, but really amazing record with massive killer fuzz assaults, mind blowing wah-wah mayhem, thundering rhythm sections, and wild brutal vox reminds me of Cool Feet, but Black Virgin is much heavier and raw in their sounds. Surprisingly they were supervised by George Kooymans who are founding member of Golden Earring.!
Pioneering of Finnish underground psych blues rock, and members are later involved in Wigwam and Tasavallan Presidentti. Orig big heart mark logo on the labels housed in laminated cover. Cover has some lamination bubbling and small crease to edge, but still decent example for such a flimsy material. Record shows minor sleeve pattern that do nothing.
Mega rare orig Michigan raw primitive hard psych with wild drugged out vox in garage sounding. Cover is in shrink, and close to perfect apart from a faint stain from a tiny tag removal on the front top right under the shrink! Record looks Near Mint, but known as lo-tech pressing.
Another favorite of mine, still unknown weird psych outsider out of Michigan featured surprisingly heavy fuzz wah actions, spooky proggy synth abruptly thrown in, off centered odd harmony vocals. They displayed all they want, ranging from Stooges alike garage punk rocker to rural folk stoner to outer space cosmic instro to Neil Young-ish West Coast psych. And, even more late night AOR boogie which I like a lot. Though it's not messy, totally unique DIY job at all. Not for folks who want something polished. But, it's real grower for me after a couple of spins.
Same group as above. Less prog than "Break A Leg", but more into magnificent synth boogie and outsider Disco pop. Record hardly played, but there are a few tiny small scuffs probably caused at pressing plant create some light ticks. The rest plays Near Mint.
Very weird mellotron avant-garde psych outsider with dark disquieting piano and ritualistic occult percussions. Double LP housed in unlaminated gatefold cover. Known as notorious bad pressing, so there are some background noise here and there, even brandnew copies play like this.