Local Pittsburgh college hippie communal lo-fi album ala Tool Shed, includes Harry Waller plays great garage psych, St. Thomas plays downer folk rock reminds me of Harbinger, female solo folky Margaret Brown is exceptional!
Triple LP box set totally unknown Japanese minimal cosmic synth with cheesy drum machine and discorded weird timpani. Really strange, way out music. Not for everybody, but definitely something special for who are abnormal. Comes with foldout insert. Never seen offered publically before even here in Japan, super cult artifact!
This is virtually still unknown big rarity from this Norwegian label which releases including Univers and Crossbreeze. More folky guitar oriented rural psych sounding in American West Coast elements with pastoral melancholic songs, uplifting rhythm breaks, lightning fuzz assaults!
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!
Mega rare second album housed in awesome unipak style gatefold cover, and is in really great nick if not brand-new. Light wear along the spine and some sign of shelf wear on the back, but overall well looked after. Record is Top condition!
Splendid gatefold cover is beautiful except minor scuff marks on the rear that hardly noticeable. Absolutely no seam splits, tears or writing. Spine fully legible, overall very solid and crisp, not easy to find a clean cover like this now days! As well as record looks and play Near Mint!
Recorded in their living room, homemade folk rock SSW with basement echoing vibes, wailing guitars, spacy synth and haunting female vox. Included outstanding cover version of Fleetwood Mac's "Dreams" which is real winner in my opinion.
Very rare only released in Italy his live album contains some songs for early version from his studio album "Metronomie". Housed in eye popping psychedelic art cover. Small taped on the side flap, but otherwise gatefold cover is in great nick.
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!
Unknown folk singer song writer duo with flowing country rock flavor and laid back rural souding. Melancholic lonely tracks with warmed soothing vocals, great use of pedal steel guitar, as well as assorted other tasty instruments. One of the better US private folk country rock field. Beautiful copy cover is in still in shrink.
Killer Norwegian hard rock with full of heavy axe riffing from the start to finishes, great high-pitched vocals, prog overtones mellotron, and some proto-metal moves. Space ship label housed in awesome gatefold cover. Cover shows a few minor sign of wear, but there are no obvious issues. Really fantastic condition! Record has some light inaudible marks and scuffs, but nothing major at all. Plays Near Mint all the way through out!
Along with All Natural Band and Spare Change Band, these albums were related to The Tea Company who made an album on Smash Records 1968. All of them released in 1977 from Tribute Records known as notorious tax scam. Though materials were taken from unreleased demo recordings between mid 60's to late 60's. Fran's Band contains pretty cool folk rock psych with slight acid leaking. Though last two tracks suddenly moods shift to crude lo-fi garage psych with loads of heavy fuzz ala Negative Space. Light H2O damage on the bottom right-hand where also small taped seam.
Top notch UK hard prog, originals became really hard to find especially copy like this clean. Fragile cover has minor lamination lifting on the front and a few light stain on the rear, but cover itself retain tight and sharp. There is a micro tear from tag removal on the rear top left that hardly noticeable. Record has faint sleeve marks only, very few spindle marks on labels, plays Near Mint all around!
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.
Stunning copy, front and back cover are Near Mint without ring wear or imprints on the lamination! While there are light to medium mildew stain on the inside of gatefold due to long storage. Anyway all seams are intact, spine legible and sharp opening edge. Record looks like brand-new!
Unboxed Decca label Stereo first pressing with blue lined inner. Front laminated single cover is nice with light use only. Insert has a small streak, but otherwise fine. Labels have blacked under Junio Music that nothing major. Overall great example for the greatest band's debut album.
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.
Supposedly only 100 pressed as demo, hippie psych outfit from New Jersey housed in plain white cover with info slick. Dead-ish West Coast rock and trippy jamming with outstanding guitar leads and some jazz overtones in very homemade lo-fi souding.
Bad review in Acid Archivs, but have listened too many private obscurities just like me, this is actually not bad though. Really crude sounding with completely unrefined play but very hard edge. In my opinion this is nice addition for who loves Mad Dog, Fortune Teller, and Stagefright.
Second album of Dutch underground acid psychedelia. Laminated flip-back cover is Top archive quality with faintest crease on top right. Record has a couple of inaudible light marks only. Hardly been played! Hard to find a true Near Mint copy like this. You only see trashed copies that appeared in Holland in these days.
Earliest blue label orig of legendary Canadian freakbeat garage punk! Cover has no usual cut, and pretty nice overall with light wear from ages. Record is clean with a few inaudible faint marks, plays superb! This is definitely keep copy as mostly trashed!
Privately released female university student project with 18 girls chorus plus full band backing play folk rock and blues rock with some fanatic basement vibes. Primitive paste-on front & back cover has moderate staining from ages. Labels have light brownish spots as well. Comes with insert.
Supposedly only 100 pressed pretty unknown hippie folk rock real people album from California. In the moods something reminds me of the special charm between Bill Jerpe and Marc Mundy. Or say more basement and more acoustic Eddie Callahan. Equally very weird cover art and odd lyric insert worth mentioning.
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.
On the same collectable label as Julian Jay Savarin, this is great female vocal folk prog jazz rock helped by Ian McDonald, Peter Banks, Roger Sutton, Pete York and many other super musicians. Some dirt and minor blemish on the white cover due to long storage, but still nice keeper than most others.
Unbelievable still Sealed orig of killer Canadian garage psych master-piece! Tiny scratch mark under the shrink on the front top left probably happened at the pressing plant. Small sticker residue on the top right, but it's on the shrink, not cover itself. So rare in this condition!
UK orig comes complete with inner and elusive "Star Rats" poster! Cover has general storage wear as always. Very hard to find one without ring wear due mat finished black/silver design. Record hardly played. Just a wispy marks from inners, plays absolutely flawless. Most important poster is Near Mint with minimal handling marks only. No pin holes or tapes!
Their second, double album comes complete with postcard and original price sticker (removed from the cover). Both records were hardly played and looks pristine except there is a small mark on the first track of disk two that create a few light ticks and one audible noise. Otherwise it plays Near Mint.
Mega rare orig copy of guitar psych burner from Texas with overloading mellotron backing. This time sell with none album 7" single "Dandilion Wine / I Never Cared For You" as a bonus. Single got V grade, but plays fine. No picture sleeve as issued originally.
Killer wah-wah fuzz drenched psych at the best! Notorious flimsy cover has beginning of the ring on the upper front cover and light general wear around the edge. But, nothing serious at all. Definitely better example than most! Record is really clean with a few faintest marks only, plays absolutely fantastic! Impossible to find a better!