Offered for sale is a scarce sealed pressing of Lesley Gore’s 1967 LP, California Nights.
At the beginning of the 1960s, mono albums outsold stereo albums by about a 50: 1 ratio but as more people bought stereo equipment, the sales of the two formats eventually evened out. By 1967, stereo LPs were outselling their mono counterparts, but there were occasional exceptions to that rule, including this LP.
For whatever reason, stereo copies of Lesley Gore’s California Nights are quite hard to come by, and nearly every copy we’ve ever seen was in mono.
The copy offered for sale is a nice sealed stereo example. There’s a punch hole in the lower right corner and a couple of small (1″ or so) tears in the shrinkwrap near the opening of the cover.
A nice example of a surprisingly tough record to find in stereo. Good album, too!