First solo effort of UK psych pop Nirvana fame. As rare as label mate Mouse "Lady Killer"! Laminated gatefold cover has very minor imperfection on the lower front that barely noticeable. Small date writing on the inside that nothing too major. Factory Sample Not For Sale sticker on the label. Record looks like played only once or twice at maximum.
First German pressing comes in embossed gold cover with insert. Cover is tidy with light general storage wear mostly along the edge. But, no ring impressions or seam splits. Overall nice example for this title. Record is pristine and labels virtually no spindle marks!
A few hundred made of rare French underground acid folk released from highly collectable cult indie label (Dandelion, Rictus, Warlus, etc..). Very atmospheric and sensitive songs with male/female vocals (in English), flute, dulcimer, autoharp, and guitars. Has dark sacred vibes reminds me of Oberon. Housed in awesome silkscreened handmade cover includes insert. Blank back cover has a few stain that probably caused by screen paints when it made, front is pretty neat. Slight haze on vinyl, but record plays flawlessly. Overall great copy for its type.
Green Brain label with Metronome logo on it. Almost identical to orig 1972 pressing, but this one most likely 1974 pressing housed in same orig laminated gatefold cover, and is in Top archive quality! Record has a few minor marks that do nothing. Other than that it looks like brand-new!
His next release called "Lucky Strike's And Liquid gold" is hopelessly rare, but this debut is also hard to find. Earthy organic acoustic folk SSW on his own private label. This one more into laidback rural vibes with cool snotty vocals, but still has same magic in parts, and overall very relaxed pleasant listening experience.
Post-T2, fine melodic rock with prog tendency and some jazz/folk elements as well. As good as RoRo, Andwella and Parlour Band. Front laminated cover has light lamination streak upper left-hand and small rubbing spot on the rear bottom. But, retain tidy, tight and square shape. Record looks like ever played only a couple of times. Just a hint of faint sleeve marks, plays really pristine!
Textured gatefold cover is in strong EX condition with a tiny dot tear on the front bottom probably caused at the pressing plant and light ring wear on the rear, but there are no obvious issue. Corners are tight, square and seams are solid without color faded on the spine. Overall much better than usual secondhand copies appears on market. Record is really Top. Comes with black inner.
Excellent mix of psych and prog sounding with drifting keys and guitars. Cover is tidy and crisp with minimal sign of storage. Record is clean except bag rash on the very beginning of side one that create light background a bit, but apart from that it plays fantastic throughout.
Great melodic prog. Textured unipak covers have always problems due to fragile nature of material. This is a quite better example with minimal creasing around the edge. There are no sign of re-paint as some copies have. Record looks a little foggy, but no marks or scratches. Plays NM throughout!
Legendary debut by mail order only release first pressing housed in 6 foldout poster, and is in great nick with minimal creasing only. Record shows fair amount of sleeve patterns and marks due to long storage, but plays fine with a few minor background in quiet sections.
Very obscure Japanese outsider psych weirdness with heavy distorted fuzz ripper as hell, bent freaked-out tracks, downer folk moves, and some strange pop or reggae oriented laid back tunes. Totally odd, but overall worth to spin it in the unique atmosphere reminds me of UK Holy Ground albums or another Japanese private called "Brush". Includes foldout insert with lotsa photos.
Dutch orig Mono pressing. Cover is pretty neat with slight writing on the rear top right. Record has some small marks, but no scratches or ugly marks. It looks like well preserved, and plays fantastic with occasional static that nothing detracts music pleasure.