Animals – All About the Animals Japan-only LP with obi

Animals - All About the Animals Japan-only LP with obi

Offered for sale is a rare compilation LP by the Animals, All About the Animals, released only in Japan and including the original obi.

About this copy: This copy, with a gatefold cover, is pressed on black vinyl and includes the original lyric insert and original obi.  The record is M- and appears to have had very little play.

In our experience, the black vinyl copies of this particular album sound better than the more collectible (and more expensive) red vinyl ones.  The cover is VG++, with just traces of wear at the corners.  There is some writing on the front cover.  The obi is M-, and includes the “hojyuhyo”, or reorder tag, which is often missing.

This is a beautiful copy of a record which is often found in terrible condition.

Background: While a number of English-language artists were popular in Japan in the 1960s and 1970s, few of them, aside from the Beatles, sold a significant number of records there.  In the case of most artists, their albums would be released in limited quantities and deleted shortly thereafter and reissued at a later date, if demand warranted it.  Instead of keeping catalog titles in print, the Japanese record companies often released compilation LPs instead, figuring that most Japanese consumers would be happy just to own greatest hits albums.  As a result of this, there were hundreds of unusual compilation LPs by English language artists that were released in Japan only.

The album offered for sale is one such compilation.  All About the Animals was released in 1968, and contains most of the Animals’ biggest hits:

House of the Rising SunBring it on Home to Me
Boom Boom
Memphis
I’m Crying
Baby Let Me Take You Home
The Right Time
Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood
We’ve Gotta Get Out of This Place
Blue Feeling
Around and Around
Gonna Send You Back to Walker
Hallelujah I Love Her So
It’s My Life

 

Cream – Disraeli Gears 1968 Japan LP with obi

Cream - Disraeli Gears 1960s Japan LP with obi

Offered for sale is an ultra-rare 1968 Japanese pressing of Disraeli Gears by Cream, complete with the original obi.

About this copy:  This copy of Disraeli Gears is a rare Japanese pressing, complete with the original obi, issued in 1968, with catalog number SMP-1390.

This album was issued twice in Japan in the span of a few months with two different catalog numbers – SLPM-1390 and SMP-1390 .

This one is the second version, issued just months after the original issue.  We believe the catalog number was changed during production and that the SMP-1390 number reflects a catalog number change, but not a reissue of the LP.

The cover is M- with no splits or tears and the ultra-rare obi is VG++, with a couple of slight wrinkles and a bit of yellowing.  The record is M-, and aside from a spindle mark or two on the label, it shows no sign of ever having been played.

This copy does not include an insert; we don’t know if it originally came with one or not.

We can’t stress how rare it is to find a 1960s rock LP from Japan that still has the obi intact.  They were almost always thrown away shortly after purchase by buyers who gave no thought to saving them as collector’s items.  This is the only 1960 Japanese pressing of this LP that we have ever seen that still included the obi.

An absolutely gorgeous example of one of the greatest rock albums of all time.

Background: Disraeli Gears is generally considered to be the definitive recording by Cream, and is also rightly regarded as one of the most influential rock albums of all time.

The album reached #4 on the American charts and the single “Sunshine of Your Love” reached #6 on the singles charts.  The album was certified platinum in the U.S. and gold in the UK.

Allmusic.com gave Disraeli Gears 4 1/2 stars:

Cream teamed up with producer Felix Pappalardi for their second album, Disraeli Gears, a move that helped push the power trio toward psychedelia and also helped give the album a thematic coherence missing from the debut.  The blues still courses throughout Disraeli Gears — the swirling kaleidoscopic “Strange Brew” is built upon a riff lifted from Albert King — but it’s filtered into saturated colors, as it is on “Sunshine of Your Love,” or it’s slowed down and blurred out, as it is on the ominous murk of “Tales of Brave Ulysses.”  Cream are still a heavy rock trio and Disraeli Gears is a quintessential heavy rock album of the ’60s. Yes, its psychedelic trappings tie it forever to 1967, but the imagination of the arrangements, the strength of the compositions, and especially the force of the musicianship make this album transcend its time as well.

You can listen to “Sunshine of Your Love” here:

 

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Bob Dylan – Another Side of Bob Dylan sealed 1965 stereo LP

Bob Dylan - Another Side of Bob Dylan sealed 1965 stereo LP

Offered for sale is a sealed stereo copy of Bob Dylan’s fourth LP, Another Side of Bob Dylan, with the record still sealed in the plastic inner sleeve.

About this copy: This copy of Another Side of Bob Dylan is a still sealed 1965 stereo pressing of an album that was originally released in August, 1964.  This copy has a label that has the words “360° Stereo” in white, rather than the black lettering used on the original (and fairly rare) 1964 issue.

While the seal on the shrinkwrap has been broken, the record is still sealed in the original perforated polyethylene inner sleeve; it is presumably new and unplayed.  The cover retains its original shrink wrap.  The wrap is fully intact with no rips, tears or holes, and the cover has no cutout marks, saw marks, holes,  or bends.

If you’re looking for a really nice early stereo pressing of this iconic LP, this is as nice a copy as you’re ever likely to find.

Background: Bob Dylan’s fourth album, the 1964 LP Another Side of Bob Dylan, contains some of his best known songs:  All I Really Want to Do, It Ain’t Me, Babe, Chimes of Freedom, and My Back Pages among them.  While failing to chart as highly as his previous two albums, it did sell well at the time of release.  As was common in the 1960s, this LP was released in both mono and stereo, with mono pressings being phased out in early 1968.

While the album was released in both formats, pressings from the 1960s are far more common in mono than they are in stereo, as most records sold at the time were mono pressings.  We’d guess that mono copies of early issues of this album outsold their stereo counterparts by a ratio of at least 5:1, making early stereo pressings relatively rare.

AllMusic gave Another Side of Bob Dylan a 5 star review:

The other side of Bob Dylan referred to in the title is presumably his romantic, absurdist, and whimsical one — anything that wasn’t featured on the staunchly folky, protest-heavy Times They Are a-Changin’, really. Because of this, Another Side of Bob Dylan is a more varied record and it’s more successful, too, since it captures Dylan expanding his music, turning in imaginative, poetic performances on love songs and protest tunes alike. … The result is one of his very best records, a lovely intimate affair.

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Sebastian Cabot – Sebastian Cabot, Actor, Bob Dylan Poet sealed 1967 LP

Sebastian Cabot - Sebastian Cabot, Actor, Bob Dylan Poet sealed 1967 LP

Offered for sale is a still sealed mono pressing of the 1967 LP by Sebastian Cabot – Sebastian Cabot, Actor – Bob Dylan Poet.

About this copy: This copy of Sebastian Cabot, Actor – Bob Dylan Poet is an original still sealed mono pressing.  The record is presumably new and unplayed.  The wrap is intact with no rips or tears.  There is a punch hole in the lower left hand corner and what appear to be two small staple holes near the upper left hand corner.

A beautiful copy of a cult classic and one of our favorite guilty pleasures.

Background: The full title of this cult classic is actually the rather awkward Sebastian Cabot Actor – A Dramatic Reading with Music – Bob Dylan, Poet.

That’s a mess of a title, but the album is actually quite entertaining.  Sebastian Cabot is best remembered for playing the manservant Mr. French in the 1960s television show Family Affair.

In the mid-1960s, Bob Dylan was being hailed as the greatest thing since Shakespeare, and everyone was covering his material.  The Byrds, the Turtles, Sonny & Cher, Peter, Paul & Mary and countless others were recording every Dylan song they could find, and it was only a matter of time before someone took the spoken word approach to read Dylan’s lyrics to us, rather than sing them.

In this case, Mr. Cabot delivers impassioned readings of twelve of Dylan’s better known (at that time) songs, giving them the gravitas that the intelligentsia felt that they deserved, backed by a string section arranged by Irving Spice.

The result actually works, and we’ll freely admit that we’ve had a copy of this one in our collection for decades.

You can listen to “Like a Rolling Stone” here:

 

Chet Atkins – Class Guitar ultra-rare 1968 Japan LP with obi

Chet Atkins - Class Guitar ultra-rare 1968 Japan LP with obi

Offered for sale is a rare original Japanese pressing of Class Guitar by Chet Atkins, complete with obi and unique cover featuring a nude woman.

About this copy: This copy of Class Guitar is an original Japanese pressing, released in 1968, featuring the nude cover and including the original obi

The heavy laminated cover is VG++ with some minor creases, but no wear to speak of.  The obi is VG++, with a couple of small creases, but no tears. 

The record is VG++.  While the label shows a couple of spindle marks, the record is very clean and has no marks aside from a couple of very minor scuffs from having been removed from the inner sleeve.  The record clearly has only been played a handful of times.

A beautiful copy of a very rare record, and the only copy we’ve ever seen with the obi.  We’ve seen copies of this without the obi offered elsewhere for $1000.

Background: For someone who never had a single Top 40 hit, Chet Atkins was surprisingly popular among the record buying public in the 1950s and 1960s.   Some 20 of his albums reached #40 or better on the country charts, and another 7 did so on the pop charts.  In addition, Atkins was a producer, an arranger, a composer, as well as a collaborator, having played on hundreds of recordings for a variety of artists.

His albums are also highly regarded by audiophiles, as many of them were well-recorded and sound terrific.  They also, by and large, just make for great listening.  By the late 1960s, his pop chart activity was mostly behind him, but most of his releases sold well on the country charts.

Class Guitar, released in 1967, was one of those albums that sold “pretty well” by the standards of the day, reaching #26 on the country charts and #189 on the pop charts.

Tracks included some originals, some covers of popular tunes, and some Latin favorites:

Side One
“Yellow Bird” (Keith, Bergman, Luboff)
“Malaguena” (Ernesto Lecuona)
“Morenita Do Brazil” (Farrauto) – 3:02
“Testament of Amelia”
“Acutely Cute” (Atkins) – 2:06
“Little Music Box” (Francisco Tárrega)
“Lagrima” (Tárrega)

Side Two

“El Huma Hua Queno”
“Ave Maria” (Franz Schubert) – 2:42
“Scherzino Mexicano” (Manuel María Ponce)
“Manha de Carnaval (Theme from “Black Orpheus”)” (Bonfa, Maria) – 1:41
“Chancion Triste” – 2:38
“To Be in Love” (Atkins, Jerry Reed)
“I Feel Pretty” (Leonard Bernstein, Stephen Sondheim) – 2:20

The American album cover was fairly bland, featuring an inset photo of Atkins against a white background.  In Japan, however, Class Guitar was briefly available with an alternate cover depicting a nude Japanese woman strumming a guitar.  This album was deleted shortly after release and has never been reissued in Japan.

You can see an example of the American cover in the photos.

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Outsiders – Album #2 sealed 1966 mono LP

Outsiders - Album #2 sealed 1966 mono LP

Offered for sale is a sealed mono copy of the second album by The Outsiders, released in 1966 and titled Album #2.

About this record: The copy offered for sale is an original U.S. mono copy, and the album is still sealed.  The record is presumably new and unplayed.  The shrinkwrap is fully intact, with no rips or tears.  There is a cutout hole in the upper right hand corner of the cover.  The original price sticker is still attached.

A nice copy of a terrific record that will be hard to upgrade.


Background:
The Outsiders had a big hit in 1966 with “Time Won’t Let Me.”  While they’re best remembered for that song, they also had three other songs reach the American Top 40, including “Respectable,” which was included on their second album.

AllMusic.com gave Album #2 four stars:

The Outsiders launched themselves on the world with a killer single (“Time Won’t Let Me”) and an accompanying album that was one of the best debuts ever to come out of Capitol Records, at least from a U.S. band. The acid test was this, their second album which, as it turns out, was only marginally less impressive than their debut. . This album peaked at number 90 on the U.S. charts, which isn’t half as well as it ought to have done, based on the music it contained.

Video for “Respectable” here:

Monkees – Head sealed original 1968 Colgems LP

Monkees - Head sealed original 1968 Colgems LP

Offered for sale is a rare sealed original first pressing of the soundtrack album to the film Head, by The Monkees.

About this copy: The copy of Head offered for sale is an original still sealed 1968 pressing, and is the nicest example we’ve ever had or seen.  It’s still sealed in the original shrink wrap and the record is presumably new and unplayed.  The wrap is tight, with no tears, rips, or holes and the cover has no punch holes or cut corners.

This is the original first pressing of the album, with catalog number COSO-5008 and Gerry Goffin’s name misspelled as “Jerry.”  Shortly after the album was initially released, this mistake was corrected and the catalog number changed to COSO-5008 RE.

If you’re looking for an amazing copy of a terrific album, you’ll be hard pressed to find a better one.

Background: By 1968, the Monkees’ TV series was off the air and the members were looking for a way to develop a more serious image for themselves.  Working with film director Bob Rafelson and actor/writer Jack Nicholson, the group developed a film, Head, that they hoped would allow the public to view the group more seriously.

Unfortunately, the film received horrible responses in test screenings and more or less disappeared without ever receiving a wide release.  It’s hailed today as a terrific satire of war, stardom, and more, and also offered six new (and terrific) songs.  As there weren’t enough songs to justify an entire LP of music, the soundtrack album, simply titled Head, was filled out with dialogue and incidental music from the film, reportedly compiled by actor and friend-of-the-director Jack Nicholson.

The single from the album, The Porpoise Song, peaked at #62 on the charts and the album topped out at #45, making it the worst-selling album of the band’s career to that point.  That’s a pity, as the album is now regarded as perhaps the band’s best work (we concur; it’s our favorite Monkees album.)  Unfortunately, original pressings are rather difficult to find, and the very expensive and unusual foil “mirror” cover is unusually prone to ring wear.

AllMusic gave the album four stars:

“…the talents of each member are uniquely showcased — especially those of Peter Tork, whose contributions were previously too few and far between. Ironically, his acid rocker “Long Title: Do I Have to Do This All Over Again” and Eastern-flavored “Can You Dig It?” are not only among the best of the six original compositions on the soundtrack, but also among his finest Monkees offerings, period.”

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Kingston Trio – New Frontier Japan red vinyl LP with obi

Kingston Trio - New Frontier Japan red vinyl LP with obi

Offered for sale is an early, and possibly original, Japanese pressing of the Kingston Trio’s 1963 LP, New Frontier, pressed on red vinyl and including the obi.

About this copy: This pressing of New Frontier is from 1965, with the white obi with blue print and it may represent the original Japanese issue of this 1963 LP.   The cover is VG++, with just the faintest traces of wear.

The red vinyl disc is VG++, with very faint sleeve scuffs.  This record has clearly been played only a few times, though it does have a bit of surface noise, as is common with these red vinyl pressings.

The obi is M-, and the “hojyuhyo”, or reorder tag, is still attached.  The original English lyric insert is included.

A beautiful copy of a very rare folk record.

Background: While the Kingston Trio were enormously popular in America, they sold very few albums in Japan, and their records are quite scarce there.  This copy of New Frontier, featuring the hit single “Greenback Dollar” is a beautiful example of one of their better-selling LPs.

You can listen to “Greenback Dollar” here:

 

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Lesley Gore – I’ll Cry if I Want to original sealed stereo LP

Lesley Gore - I'll Cry if I Want to original sealed stereo LP

Offered for sale is a sealed stereo first pressing of Lesley Gore’s 1963 debut LP, I’ll Cry if I Want to, with the record still sealed in the plastic inner sleeve.

About this copy: The copy offered for sale is an original stereo pressing on the black Mercury label, which was discontinued shortly after the release of this LP.   The cover is VG++, with the faintest traces of wear at the bottom front.  The record is still sealed in the original plastic inner sleeve and is new and unplayed.

A rare copy of a classic 1960s pop LP.

Background: Lesley Gore’s 1963 debut, I’ll Cry if I Want to, while not her best LP, was the highest charting LP of her career, peaking at #24 on the Billboard albums chart.  While the album isn’t overly rare, stereo first pressings are fairly scarce, as most albums sold at the time, particularly by pop artists, were mono.

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Julie London – Collection of 67 Still Sealed U.S. Albums

julie london album collection

Offered for sale is a unique collection of sixty seven (67) still sealed American LP releases by pop singer Julie London, issued between 1955 and 1969.  All 67 LPs in the collection are still sealed (60 in shrink wrap, and 7 without shrink but with the record still sealed in a plastic inner sleeve.)  There are 37 different titles in the collection, including two compilations.

Most of the titles include both the mono and stereo releases for that particular title.  One of the compilations, Julie’s Golden Greats, includes two different covers, with each in both mono and stereo.

While some of Julie’s albums are more common than others, sealed copies of many of her titles are quite difficult to find today.

This collection isn’t complete, but all but one of her albums is represented here (missing title: Send for Me)  Nevertheless, it’s a very rare opportunity to obtain a nearly complete collection of sealed albums by this popular and photogenic artist.

The photos shown are composites; we have larger photos available, including front and back cover photos of each record and for the seven titles with sealed plastic inner sleeves, photos of the records themselves.  There are more than 100 photos in all; if you would like to see them, please contact us and we will send you a download link.

As these records are sealed, label variations are unknown.

Titles and descriptions are as follows:

About the Blues (Liberty LRP-3043 mono) 2 3” splits in shrink; wear on two corners.  Label variation unknown, but it’s a thick pressing, so it may have a green label.  Two stickers on wrap.
All Through the Night/By Myself  2 record set (Liberty L2M5053 mono) Two separate LPs, packaged together by the Columbia record club.   Wrap intact.  Beautiful example!
All Through the Night/By Myself 2 record set (Liberty L2S5054 stereo)
Two separate LPs, packaged together by the Columbia record club. 2” tear in wrap
All Through the Night (Liberty LRP-3434 mono) Record still sealed in plastic inner sleeve.  Sleeve partially opened, but seal is intact.  Cover VG++ with traces of wear.
All Through the Night (Liberty LST-7434 stereo)  Record still sealed in plastic inner sleeve.  Cover VG+ with slight ring wear.
Around Midnight (Liberty LRP-3164 mono) Small tear and wear on one corner, ring wear under back cover.  May have been rewrapped by a retailer. Sticker on wrap.
Around Midnight (Liberty LSP-7164 stereo) Beautiful copy with tight wrap. Price sticker on wrap.
The Best of Julie (Liberty L5501 mono) Wrap intact; original price sticker stapled to cover.  Sticker on wrap.  Beautiful example!
The Best of Julie (Liberty S6601 stereo) – Large piece of wrap missing on upper right hand corner, foxing on back cover.  Hard record to find in stereo!
By Myself (Liberty MCR-1 mono) Cover VG+, with foxing on back cover.  Record still sealed in plastic inner sleeve, which is partially torn.  Issued only through the Columbia Record Club.
By Myself (Liberty SCR-1 stereo) Cover VG+ with slight wear on edges and corners.  Record still sealed in plastic inner sleeve.
Calendar Girl (Liberty SL9002 mono) Wrap intact. Thick wrap.  Gatefold cover. Label variation unknown, but it’s a thick pressing.  Likely the original maroon label.  Price sticker on cover.  Stunning example of a very difficult record to find sealed!
Easy Does It (Liberty LST-7546) Wrap intact except for a 2” split at the mouth of the cover.
The End of the World (Liberty LRP-3300 mono)  Cover is VG+ with a couple of small stains on back. Record still sealed in plastic inner sleeve.
The End of the World (Liberty LST-7300 stereo) Cover is VG+ with a couple of small stains on back. Record still sealed in plastic inner sleeve.
Feeling Good (Liberty LRP-3416 mono) Wrap fully intact.  Price sticker on wrap.  Beautiful example!
Feeling Good (Liberty LST-7416 stereo) Wrap fully intact.  Beautiful example!
For the Night People (Liberty LRP-3438 mono) 10 inch split in wrap on spine; 2 inch split in wrap on top of cover.  2” seam split at top of cover
For the Night People (Liberty LST-7438 stereo) Wrap fully intact.  Beautiful example!
Julie’s Golden Greats (Liberty LRP-3291 mono) First issue; black cover.  Wrap fully intact.  Beautiful example!
Julie’s Golden Greats (Liberty LST-7291 stereo) First issue; black cover.  Wrap fully intact.  Beautiful example, and perhaps the rarest version of this album.
Julie’s Golden Greats (Liberty LRP-3291 mono) Second issue with orange cover.  Wrap fully intact except for a very small (1/2″) tear in wrap on back cover.  One small corner bend.  Beautiful copy!
Julie’s Golden Greats (Liberty LST-7291 stereo) Second issue with orange cover.  2” split in wrap, otherwise beautiful example.
Gone With the Wind (Sunset SUS-5207 stereo) Small break in wrap on two corners.  Wrap is otherwise fully intact.  Price sticker on cover.
In Person at the Americana (Liberty LRP-3375 mono)  Wrap fully intact. Nice example.
In Person at the Americana (Liberty LST-7375 stereo)  2 inch split in wrap at mouth of cover; 2×2 inch piece of wrap missing on front cover.
Julie (Liberty LRP-3096 mono)  Wrap fully intact.  Absolutely gorgeous copy!
Julie (Liberty LST-7004 stereo)  Six inch tear in wrap at mouth of cover.  Label variation unknown.  Very hard title to find sealed.
Julie…at Home (Liberty LRP-3152 mono)  Wrap fully intact; drill hole in cover. Slight wear under shrink wrap. Otherwise, a beautiful example of a difficult title to find sealed.
Julie…at Home (Liberty LST-7152 stereo)  Wrap fully intact; 2 drill holes in cover. Otherwise, a beautiful example of a difficult title to find sealed.
Julie is Her Name (Liberty  LRP-3006 mono)  Second issue.  Wrap fully intact; price sticker on wrap.
Julie is Her Name (Liberty LST-7027 stereo)  Wrap fully intact; price sticker on cover.
Julie London (Sunset SUM-1104 mono) 3×3 inch piece of wrap missing on front cover.  Small tear on cover where price sticker was removed.
Julie London (Sunset SUS-5104 stereo)  Wrap fully intact.  Beautiful example.
Julie is Her Name Volume 2 (Liberty LRP-3100 mono)  Wrap fully intact.  Beautiful example of a title that is quite hard to find sealed.  Label variation unknown.
Julie is Her Name Volume 2 (LST-7100 stereo) Wrap fully intact.  Beautiful example of a title that is quite hard to find sealed.  Label variation unknown.
Latin in a Satin Mood (Liberty LRP-3278 mono)  Small 1/4” tear in wrap at top; 1/2” tear on bottom left corner.  Otherwise, the wrap is fully intact.  Beautiful example of a difficult record to find sealed.   Price sticker on wrap.
Latin in a Satin Mood (Liberty LST-7278 stereo)  4 inch split in wrap at mouth of cover.  Otherwise, the wrap is intact.  Beautiful example of a difficult record to find sealed.  No cut out hole!
London by Night (Liberty LRP-3105 mono) One corner slightly balding; otherwise, wrap is fully intact.  Beautiful example.  Label variation unknown.  Price sticker on wrap.
London by Night (Liberty LST-7105 stereo)  2” piece of wrap missing on lower corner. Wrap otherwise intact.  Price sticker on cover.
Lonely Girl (Liberty LRP-3012 mono)  Two corners slightly balding. Wrap otherwise fully intact.  Beautiful example!
Lonely Girl (Liberty LST-7020 stereo)  Wrap fully intact.  Gorgeous example!
Love Letters (Liberty LRP-3231 mono) 2 inch piece of wrap missing.  Two price stickers on wrap.
Love Letters (Liberty LST-7231 stereo)  Wrap fully intact.  Gorgeous example!
Love on the Rocks (Liberty LRP-3249 mono)  Wrap fully intact. Price sticker on wrap. Slight foxing under wrap on back cover.  One bent corner.
Love on the Rocks (Liberty LST-7249 stereo) Wrap fully intact.  One bent corner.
Make Love to Me (Liberty LRP-3060 mono) 1/4” tear in wrap; otherwise nearly perfect.  Price sticker on wrap.  Beautiful example!
Nice Girls Don’t Stay for Breakfast (Liberty LRP-3493 mono)  2 inch and 3 inch tears in wrap near spine.  “Not for sale. Promotional use only” stamped on back cover.  We don’t know if this record has stock or promotional labels.
Nice Girls Don’t Stay for Breakfast (Liberty LRP-7493 stereo)  Wrap fully intact. “Not for sale. Promotional use only” stamped on back cover.  We don’t know if this record has stock or promotional labels.  Beautiful example!
Our Fair Lady (Liberty LRP-3392) Wrap fully intact except for a small 1/2″ spot on the back cover where a price was written.  No other tears or splits.  A beautiful copy!
Our Fair Lady (Liberty LST-7392) Wrap fully intact.  A beautiful copy!
Julie London Sings Soft and Sweet (Sunset SUM-1161 mono)  Wrap fully intact.  Price sticker on wrap. Beautiful example!
Julie London Sings Soft and Sweet (Sunset SUS-5161 stereo)  Wrap fully intact. Beautiful example!
Sophisticated Lady (LRP-3248 mono) 7 inch split in wrap at mouth of cover. Price sticker on wrap.
Sophisticated Lady (Liberty LST-7248 stereo)  Two ½ inch tears in wrap at corners. Price sticker on wrap.
Swing Me an Old Song (LRP-3119 mono)  Wrap fully intact; price sticker on wrap.  One very slightly bent corner.  Beautiful example of a record that is quite difficult to find sealed.
Whatever Julie Wants (LRP-3192 mono)  Three inch tear in wrap at mouth of cover.  Price sticker on wrap.  Some soiling on wrap.
Whatever Julie Wants (LST-7192 stereo) Wrap fully intact. Beautiful example!
With Body and Soul (LRP-3514 mono) Wrap fully intact; price sticker on wrap.  Beautiful example!
With Body and Soul (Liberty LST-7514 stereo) 3 inch and 2 inch tears in wrap on bottom of cover.  Cut corner.
The Wonderful World of Julie London (Liberty LRP-3324 mono)  5 inch tear in wrap at top of cover.  Price sticker on wrap.
The Wonderful World of Julie London (Liberty LST-7324 stereo) Wrap fully intact. Beautiful example!
You Don’t Have to Be a Baby to Cry (Liberty LRP-3342 mono)  2 inch tear in wrap at mouth of cover.  Wrap otherwise fully intact.
You Don’t Have to Be a Baby to Cry (Liberty LST-7342 stereo)  Wrap fully intact.  Beautiful example!
Your Number Please (Liberty LRP-3130 mono) Wrap fully intact.  Bend in cover near mouth.  Price sticker on wrap.  Label variation unknown. Crease in cover near mouth.
Your Number Please (LST-7130 stereo)  Cover VG++, with slightest bits of wear at corners.  Record still sealed in plastic inner sleeve.
Yummy, Yummy, Yummy
(LST-7609 stereo) Wrap fully intact. Beautiful example!

Important note on shipping: The price includes free insured shipping within the United States ONLY. Cost for shipping outside the United States will be approximately $250, though it will vary slightly by country. This cost includes shipping via air, signature at delivery, and insurance and customs declaration for the full value of the item, so import duties may apply.

If you live outside the United States, we will send you a separate invoice for the shipping charge. We apologize for the cost of shipping, but this item weighs approximately 20 Kg, and must be shipped via air with full insurance to meet PayPal requirements.

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