TRAVELING WILBURYS Volume One (Mega rare original 1988 Japanese Warner Bros issue 10-track vinyl LP with picture A-side label, picture sleeve complete with glossy 4-page Japanese text biography/lyric insert and matching title obi-strip. This example is in an amazing jaw-dropping near as new condition, you will not find a better copy.
NEIL YOUNG Eldorado. Rare 1989 Australian-only 5-track mini vinyl LP [unreleased in this format anywhere else in the world], containing different mixes of three songs that subsequently appeared on his 1989 ‘Freedom’ album: Don’t Cry, On Broadway and Eldorado plus two tracks not available on any other recording Cocaine Eyes and Heavy Love. The picture sleeve has a minor seam split to the top edge, whilst the vinyl appears in near ‘as new’ condition.
BOB DYLAN Blood On The Tracks. 2019 US limited edition Mobile Fidelity UltraDisc One-Step SuperVinyl pressing of the classic 1975 fifteenth studio album, pressed at RTI on Audiophile quality 180gram Super Vinyl – Ranked 16th on Rolling Stone’s 500 Greatest Albums of All Time, and replete with existential thought, piercing directness, raw singing, and majestic arrangements, ‘Blood on the Tracks’ lingers as a soul-exposing confessional. Brand new, unplayed and housed inside the 12.5" x 12.5" x 1" two-piece foil-stamped package which is hand-numbered and sealed.
GREEN DAY Singles. 1995 Japanese 5-track promotional only CD, includes Basket Case, Welcome To Paradise, Longview, When I Come Around and a live version of Welcome To Paradise, unique promo picture sleeve and matching back inlay.
THE WHO I Can See For Miles. Very rare 1968 Japanese wide centred 7" single, also featuring Someone’s Coming, housed in a silk flipback sleeve with unique ‘snowdrift’ scene, with a ‘¥370’ price point & lyrics to the songs on the back. The coverhas some minor wear & light corner creasing but no writing or tears & with fantastic vivid colour, whilst the vinyl is a clean only light signs of play.
DAVID BOWIE Sorrow. Very rare original 1974 Japanese 7" single, pressed on Translucent Vinyl visible when held to the light, also including Amsterdam, complete with the beautiful textured picture insert with Japanese text notes and lyrics to both songs printed on the reverse. Despite being over forty years old,the insert shows minimal wear & signs of age whilst the vinyl shows very little evidence of play, a really oustanding example.
SLADE Okey Cokey. Bostin’ rare 1982 UK 10" single-sided methyl cellulose metal based lacquer reference test pressing for the 7" single release, with a hand-annotated Portland Recording Studios label [great silver embossed logo!], housed in a plainindustry die-cut sleeve. A really fascinating item, the playing area is 7" in diameter and pressed on to a 10" disc, leaving a very substantial area of dead wax around the outer edge. There are a few light scuffs to the playing side with verylittle evidence of much play at all – the crowning glory to any Slade collection!