Offered for sale is an original U.S. mono pressing of Lloyd Thaxton Presents the Knickerbockers by the Knickerbockers.
Note: This is a “trick track” LP that plays a different song every time you cue the record!
About this copy: This copy of Lloyd Thaxton Presents the Knickerbockers (also known as Sing and Sync Along With Lloyd) is a 1965 U.S mono pressing on the Challenge label.
This album was issued only in mono.
The cover is M- and still has the original shrink wrap There is a small 1/8″ (1/2 cm) split at the top right corner.
The custom inner sleeve is VG+ with a few wrinkles but no splits.
The disc is VG+ with a few light marks on each side.
A nice copy of a very rare LP. This copy comes from our own collection.
Background: Released in early 1965, Lloyd Thaxton Presents the Knickerbockers (also known as Sing and Sync Along With Lloyd) was the first of three albums by the Knickerbockers.
This album features two tracks by singer Phyllis Brown. The album also warns listeners to “beware of trick-track” as the album was mastered with multiple grooves one each side, making it a mystery as to which song would play when you cued it.
You can listen to “I Want to Hold Your Hand” here:
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|Country of origin:||U.S.|
|Year of Release:||1965|