Offered for sale is a still sealed original U.S. pressing of Choice Quality Stuff/Anytime, the third album by It’s a Beautiful Day.
About this copy: This copy of Choice Quality Stuff/Anytime is a 1971 U.S. pressing on the Columbia label.
As the album is sealed, the record is presumably new and unplayed.
The wrap is fully intact, with no rips, tears, or holes.
A terrific copy of a scarce It’s a Beautiful Day LP.
Background: Released in 1971, Choice Quality Stuff/Anytime was the third studio album by San Francisco-based It’s a Beautiful Day.
The album reached #130 on the U.S. album charts.
Choice Quality Stuff/Anytime is not only the third long-player from It’s a Beautiful Day, it also includes a personnel unique from either of its predecessors. This revolving-door musical cast ultimately resulted in decades of litigation. Perhaps most importantly, it also accounts for the disparate musical styles accompanying all three of the band’s albums. Further, it was during the creation of this disc that lineup number two was replaced by lineup number three — netting a separate band for the “Choice Quality Stuff” side and the “Anytime” side. It’s a Beautiful Day, in essence, was becoming somewhat of a loose aggregate of Bay Area “all stars” by 1972. … There is a distinct blues-based rock & roll attitude on “Creed of Love” and “Bye Bye Baby,” which are more similar to Brit bluesmen John Mayall and Jeff Beck than any previous It’s a Beautiful Day outing. This album is far from a washout. It is likewise remote in its musical representation of the band’s previous sound.
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