Offered for sale is a stereo promotional copy of Bud & Travis’ 1964 LP, In Person.
About this copy: The cover is VG, with slight wear on the edges and a bit of ring wear. “#147” is written on the back cover. The record is VG++ and appears to have only had a couple of plays, with just a few scuffs on the vinyl from being removed from the paper sleeve.
A nice copy of a scarce 1960s folk album that’s somewhat hard to find in stereo.
Background: Bud & Travis were a successful folk duo, recording ten albums for Liberty in the late 1950s and 1960s without ever managing a hit. They were quite talented and their records remain a good listen.
The album offered for sale is a promotional copy of their 1964 live album, In Person, and is a scarcer stereo copy. The label is the cream-colored label that Liberty used for most of their promotional issues in the 1960s and the back cover has a printed box which warns DJs and programmers to audition certain tracks before airplay. This box was not present on the covers of commercial or stock copies of the album.