Offered for sale is an original UK mono pressing of In Touch With Peter and Gordon by Peter and Gordon.
About this copy: This copy of In Touch With Peter and Gordon is a 1964 UK mono pressing on the Columbia label.
This is a very early pressing with “R” and “H’ stampers.
The cover is VG, with lamination creases on the left edge, tape residue on the back side, and some writing on the back cover.
The original wax-paper lined inner sleeve is included.
The disc is VG++ and close to M- with just a couple of very faint scuffs. There is a bit of writing on both labels in black ballpoint pen. It doesn’t stand out, but it’s there.
A fairly clean copy of a nice LP.
Background: Released in 1964, In Touch With Peter and Gordon was the second album by the British duo of Peter and Gordon.
The album did not chart.
Peter & Gordon’s second British album furthers their vague credentials as folk-rock precursors, with a few traditional folk tunes like “Freight Train” and “Barbara Allen” and some slightly folky British Invasion harmony ballads (“I Still Love You”). … For all that, the most memorable track by a longshot is the poppiest item, their hit cover of Lennon-McCartney’s “I Don’t Want to See You Again” (which the Beatles never recorded). The material and delivery is pleasant but slight, and just too damned polite to be of much consequence. There was no direct counterpart to the album in the US, where seven of the fourteen songs appeared on the I Don’t Want to See You Again LP, and a few others were scattered on other releases.
|Country of origin:||UK|
|Year of Release:||1964|