Offered for sale is a set of two LPs – a red and blue vinyl U.S. stereo pressing of the 1960 LP Omnibust by bandleader Spike Jones.
Note: A limited number of stereo copies of Omnibust were pressed on colored vinyl to note Liberty Records’ introduction of stereo albums.
About these copies: These copies of Omnibust are 1960 U.S. stereo pressings on the Liberty label.
Red vinyl copy: The cover is VG, with slight wear, but with repaired 5 inch (12 cm) and 3 inch (8 cm) splits at the top and bottom of the cover. A price has been written on the back cover.
The red vinyl disc is VG++ and close to M- with just a couple of hairlines on each side. Clean disc!
Blue vinyl copy: The cover is G, with minimal wear, but with repaired splits along both the top and bottom edges. A price has been written on the back cover.
The blue vinyl disc is VG- with a number of marks on both sides. We don’t normally list records in this condition, but the blue vinyl copies of this album are exceptionally rare.
A nice, if imperfect, set of copies of an album that are quite had to find on colored vinyl.
Background: Released in 1960, Omnibust was the eighth album by American bandleader Spike Jones.
The album did not chart.
As Spike Jones grew progressively weaker from emphysema, the quality of his records also declined. The music and gags have a rather dated sound, relying too much on weak monologues over indifferent music.
|Country of origin:||U.S.|
|Year of Release:||1960|