Monster heavy prog psych from Austria. This is their legendary debut completely different musically than the later effort. Very dark and doomy sounding ala Paternoster! Mysterious laminated gatefold cover is in great nick except a few crinkles on the inside middle. No color faded along the spine! Record looks fine with some light marks only. However it plays a little crackly during quiet section due to pressing or something.
Solo effort by Paolo Tofani who previously played in Area, and Califfi. Tremendous fuzz drenched psych with lots of spacey effects throw in and some nice English vocals. Cover is super clean, mostly still in shrink! Record hardly been played.
Hopelessly rare Dutch underground experimental psych with full of heavy distorted organs. Thought of as lo-fi primitive Soft Machine plays freaked-out acid rock jam. Only 150 made at that time, now completely vanished from the market! Cover has some light smudges and minor creasing, but all intact.
This isn't belong psych rock, but clearly influenced psych trippy ambience. Very primitive modal jazz into spiritual inspirations. Cover has moderate ring wear and seam rubbing like most copies I've seen. But, no splits or any other major faults. Record is really clean with faintest sleeve marks that do nothing. Plays dead silence at all!
Heavy Hammond and mellotron dominated Swiss prog in the vein similar to Procol Harum and Pacific Sound. Gatefold cover has a few lamination peeling on the rear opening edge, but overall nice clean. Record looks like foggy as always, but plays no problem at all.
Pink label with black block logo first pressing. There is a small amount of rubbing/scuffing spot on the center area of the front cover bottom. Otherwise cover is pretty crisp with solid seams. Spine perfectly legible. Record is Top, and looks like unplayed!
Superb Italo prog jazz rock featured an accomplished key player. Unlaminated gatefold cover is in very nice condition with very beginning of ring imprints on the rear, but overall near pristine! No re-paints to black background. Seams are intact and the spine perfectly readable. Record is simply Top!
This is one of the earliest British psych influenced Norwegian underground rock with solid guitar playing and English vocals by Svein Finjarn and fantastic drumming by Leif Jensen. Also, featuring fabulous freakout guitar leads by mighty Freddy Lindquist! Musically reminds me of The Who, Pretty Things, Blossom Toes. Full of driving psych wildness. Very rare in decent condition like this, especially a copy comes with ever missing insert!
This is Min Bul offshoot free jazz combo without Terje Rypdal (guitar) but adding Svein Finnerud as a piano trio. Earliest pressing Red Sonet label housed in terrific laminated gatefold cover. 10 light ticks on B-1, but otherwise plays great!
Still unknown by most, strange psych prog outsider with virtuosic guitars, spacy synth and sax mixed in doomy trippy (and a bit lounge-ish) tunes. True or false, housed in silkscreened cover that limited 75 pressed with hand numbered on it.
Undoubtedly one of the heaviest Northern hard prog monster from Norway on Space Ship label. Plenty of shredding axe riffing, ferocious leads, howling vocals, and phenomenal mellotron go-go! Awesome gatefold cover looks great at first glance, although after close inspection there is a thin cut line on the front middle across the picture. However it's not so obvious. Otherwise the cover is fairly nice despite such a fragile nature. Record has several small marks and some light hairlines. Looks more to be V+ side, but plays mostly E or better except a few minor ticks on the beginning of B-3.
Another rarity from this collectable label (Blues Addicts, Terje Jesper, Moses), contains mysterious female vocals, violin, flute, percussion makes sorcerous and organic acid folk psych. Fans for Furekaben or Green Grass should dig out this!
Along with label mate CZAR, Kaleidoscope, Ambrose Slade, completely vanished by now awesome UK pop psych. Fully laminated cover has small tear at the opening edge on the rear, but overall nice clean. Record hardly been played. There is a faint scuff on A-3 that does nothing!
Local Maine fusion jazz crossover with suppressed sax blowing, stellar keys and sparkling guitar interplays. Probably those guys were mainly inspired from Weather Report, but I can hear a bit of idea from Canterbury sound. Top copy cover is still in shrink!
Front laminated cover is clean with minor crease and small lamination lifting. There are a couple of small tears on the rear left-hand, but nothing too obvious since they are white on white background. Record has a few inaudible marks caused from inners. Plays brilliant! Only a few faint spindle marks on labels.
Their first on Midas label is known as one of the rarest UK folk. This is their second and in more folky traditional style, but the last two tracks are really outstanding. Acid leaking mysterious psych folk in Oberon and Shide & Acon vein. Worth to listen if you are into this genre.
Their second effort more into psych tended jazz rock prog with hypnotic raga tune. Covers were always suffered pretty much damages as always for this item. Moderate ring wear from the storage and small tears/rips (someone blacked them) caused by sticker removal on the front top right, but not that serious.
Underrated UK glam hard rock featuring Brian Johnson who later joined AC/DC after Bon Scott's death. Gatefold cover printed by Garrod & Lofthouse, and is in decent shape with slight ring imprints and general storage wear. But, no splits or tears. This copy includes rare black & white promo photo as a bonus!
Members are from North American and made album in only Iceland, pleasant folk rock with psych and prog overtones. Some says it's mediocre, but I discovered it's better, and some tracks are pretty remarkable. Believe or not, if you have listened more than 100 small private folk psych, you understand how it worked to me.
Their most ambitious prog effort from dramatic songs to heavy ensemble with plenty of mellotron flash! Laminated gatefold cover has an original sticker intact. This copy doesn't include poster, but only a few numbers have it. For your reference not every copy comes with it originally. Though it contains red company sleeve. Record looks like it didn't play much, but there are a few small marks on the middle of side B that affect light ticks. Otherwise it plays fantastic despite poor pressing.
Scarce refined Spanish jazz prog housed in laminated gatefold cover. This is true first pressing numbered S-32.677 on both cover and labels. One light mark on the beginning of B-2 create light ticks for a minute, but the rest other plays Near Mint. Small writing on the inside of the album pocket.
Splendid Swirl Vertigo monster in highly collectible condition! A little color faded on the spine, other than that laminated gatefold cover is close to Top. Record shows superficial sleeve scuffs only visible under bright light. Plays almost flawless! Comes with Swirl inner (both side middle slightly splits).
Anonymous band featuring Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Paice, Matthew Fisher, Albert Lee, Big Jim Sullivan. Cover is prone to suffer damages due to unlaminated black. The one offering here has mild storage wear on the front and back, moderate seam rubbing on the bottom. Though still acceptable for most since this cover never turned up Mint or NM. Record is really clean and clean black blue hexagon label with a few spindle marks.
One and only solo effort by NYC female singer song writer. Along with Karen Dalton and Linda Perhacs, lovely folk rock psych at its peak! Cover has light wear to top right corner and bottom seam right-hand, but mostly still in shrink! Record has a few inaudible faint marks, plays fantastic!
Insanely rare second album of terrific heavy complex prog from Finland. Supposedly promo copy since promo sticker residue on the cover and labels. Stickers are all gone though. Besides sticker stain, the cover is clean and crisp with light shelf wear from it's age. Record is amazingly nice, and plays brilliant!
Pretty good but underrated Japanese prog with enigmatic Japanese vocals, guitar outburst, heavy dual organs. This is only album from their Prog period. Featuring Kuni Kawachi who are known as a founder of Kuni Kawachi & Flower Travellin' Band. Comes in thick gatefold cover. Record has visible surface scuffs, but they hardly affect playback. Plays surprisingly well.
First pressing Red wax Stereo pressing comes with elusive insert. Unfortunately insert has been displayed on a wall several times, so there are thumbtack holes, tape scar and some removal surface tears in the four corners.
Pastoral folk rock with hippie open air vibes. Textured gatefold cover is tidy and crisp, and comes complete with insert (one streak on it). Record looks clean although it has minimal surface noise when play on quiet sections. Small part of top edge of the label (side one) was gone due to the pressing error, but mostly OK.
Local Rock'n'Roll legend from Midwest, this is their one and only album after 20+ years when they established! Very strange mix of Rockabilly and Post Punk sounding with doped synth, drum machine backing and crude fuzz wah-wah mayhem reminds me of Jesus & The Mary Chain! Housed in DIY looking paste-on cover that has some streaks and stapler holes bottom left corner.
Long vanished from markets, privately released Texas guitar driven psych backed with wild soaring mellotron! Cover is still in shrink. Record looks like played only handful times or less, but there is a tiny mark (under 4 mm) across the end of A-1 and beginning of A-2 that create mild ticks mostly between the tracks. And, another micro one (about 1.5 mm) on the middle of A-2 affect some light ticks. Though those ticks are nothing overwhelms to the music. The rest 99.98% plays Near Mint as expected.
Rarest release from Florida's tax scam label Illusion that was managed by Mike Pinera. Melodic psych blues rock with deep stoned-out vox and killer guitar bites. Record is fairly nice while cover is nearly trashed. Front cover is still acceptable with numerous pin holes to corners. Back cover is fear, large tears on both right-hand edge and left-hand edge. But lucky enough, there are no words or pictures, but only black background.
Private acid folk psych lyricist from Switzerland. Their second called "A Sense Of Touch" is rather famous in the genre. But, this rarer debut is also great. Cover has small crack on the top seam middle. Comes with gorgeous booklet!