An unauthorized multicolored vinyl LP by the Stills-Young Band called For What It's Worth.
Offered for sale is an unauthorized album by the Stills-Young Band called For What It’s Worth, pressed in blue splatter vinyl.
In 1976, Neil Young and Stephen Still joined up to create the Stills-Young Band. They issued one studio album, Long May You Run, and then embarked on a tour that ended rather abruptly when Young decided to stop appearing for the shows.
About this copy: This LP is an unauthorized live album, recorded on the 1976 tour by the Stills-Young Band.
Love the One You’re With
For What It’s Worth
Cowgirl in the Sand
Suite: Judy Blue Eyes
The cover is a plain white cover with the shrink wrap partially intact. Two paper inserts are included. The cover is VG++, with a couple of minor corner bends. The beautiful multicolor splatter blue vinyl disc is M- and appears to have had very little play.
A gorgeous copy of a scarce live album.
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- Country of origin:
- Record Label:
- Trenton Records
- Catalog Number:
- HAR 167
- Year of Release:
- circa 1977
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