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'Fresh Cream' Reaction 594001 stereo, first pressing 1966. A//1  B//2 .Some spindle wear, very minor surface scratches that do not sound, and the name 'John' x 2 on the sleeve are the negatives but on the plus side it plays very well with little or zero surface noise. The vinyl has a nice sheen (partly down to being through one of Spider's Velvet Vortexs) and the cover is VG+ (much better than average).  £35 00

Led Zeppelin by Led Zeppelin. Plum label 588171 Stereo A//1 B//1. Repress with the grey line on the bottom of the front cover and Warner Bros/7 Arts in one line on the label. From the same collection - some spindle wear but the vinyl is virtually unmarked - rare for this album. Label is pristine both sides and the cover belies its age with no pen or pencil marks and the spine is excellent - just some minor creasing from handling. A cracking copy. Nice and clean and shiny from the ultrasonic cleaning. £70 00

Beggars Banquet by Rolling Stones SKL4955 unboxed Decca logo. Cover VG+ (small ink smudge front and rear cover (barely noticeable), spine vg, Vinyl at least VG++ . Original Decca inner.Playing it now - surface noise virtually non existent. £50 00

Let It Bleed  by Rolling Stones Blue - stereo SKL 5025. Boxed Decca logo. Small tear to bottom rear of cover, but otherwise intact and unmarked. Some spindle marking. Original Decca inner sleeve. Vinyl: minor surface marks just audible in places on 'Midnight Rambler', otherwise lacking in surface noise and music crisp and clear. Playtesting as I tap away.. Asking 38 00

Axis : Bold As Love. Hendrix , Mofi, 180 gm version. Pristine vinyl and cover. Poster. Purchased preowned from a SME 20/Urushi owner. Hardly played. £25 00 SOLD

Sticky Fingers by Rolling Stones A3 B4, COC 5910. CLIX zipper intact but 1 sq inch piece missing immediately above zipper (which Im not sure is working). Vinyl description is VG++ (all ratings according to Record Cllector guidelines) and cover only VG due to missing piece. Virtually unmarked vinyl and zero spindle wear. £45 00

Otis Blue by Otis Redding. Mono Atlantic 587036. Martix A 'diamond' 2, B 'diamond' 2. Cover top end of VG+ with some wear to spine and cover 'opening' but no writing. Vinyl sounds terrific to me as its turning away on the TD124. Beautiful sheen to virtually unmarked vinyl. Nice copy. (Top of the Soul Best 100 Soul albums for year after year.)  40 00

Free Post and packaging on 2 or more purchases.

Or 10% discount on collection from Guildford Town Hall Record Fair Sat 30 November. (Ask for Jack - i have a double table there).

Jack NSM






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