Offered for sale is a Japanese pressing of Brothers and Sisters by the Allman Brothers Band, complete with original obi.
About this copy: This copy of Brothers and Sisters is a 1973 Japanese pressing, though technically a second issue that came out a few months after the first one. Both have the same catalog number, but the first issue had a green obi and this one is blue.
The cover is M-, with a couple of tiny corner dents. The song, “Jelly Jelly” does not appear on the cover, though the song is on the record.
The English title insert is VG++, with a small crease. The Japanese insert is M-.
The obi is M-, with a small crease on the “hojyuhyo,” or reorder tag, which is still attached.
The disc is M- and has a couple of spindle marks on the labels, but no marks on the vinyl. Clean disc!
A beautiful copy of a terrific LP and one that’s very hard to find as an early pressing.
Background: Released in 1973, Brothers and Sisters was the fourth studio album by the Allman Brothers Band and the first to have no involvement from Duane Allman. The album reached #1 on the U.S. album charts, helped by the single, “Ramblin’ Man.”
Released a year after Eat a Peach, Brothers and Sisters shows off a leaner brand of musicianship, which, coupled with a pair of serious crowd-pleasers, “Ramblin’ Man” and “Jessica,” helped drive it to the top of the charts for a month and a half and to platinum record sales.
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|Country of origin:||Japan|
|Record Label:||Warner Brothers|
|Year of Release:||1973|