Offered for sale is a copy of Pot-ent, a 1970 German sampler LP pressed on green splatter vinyl.
This album includes tracks by The Who, Eric Clapton, Golden Earring, Eric Burdon, and Ginger Baker’s Air Force.
About this copy: This copy of Pot-ent is a 1970 German pressing on the Polydor label.
The Unipak gatefold cover is M-, with trace corner wear. The gatefold cover doesn’t quite fold flat, as the right edge curls up slightly.
The splatter vinyl disc is M- and looks unplayed. Two initials have been written in ballpoint pen on the side two label.
A beautiful example of splatter vinyl. Pretty good sampler, too. See track listing below.
Background: Released in Germany in 1970, Pot-ent was a sampler album issued at a budget price to introduce buyers to then-up-and-coming artists on the Polydor label.
- The Who– Young Man Blues
- Golden Earring– The Wall Of Dolls
- Sabicas– Inca Song
- Steeplechase– Lady Bright
- Ten Wheel Drive With Genya Ravan– Stay With Me
- Eric Clapton– Let It Rain
- Eric Burdon And War*– Tobacco Road
- Sweet Thursday– The Dealer
- Stone The Crows– Blind Man
- Armaggedon*– People Talking
- Ginger Baker’s Air Force– Doin’ It
*German band that released one album in 1970; not the mid-1970s band with Keith Relf
You can listen to “People Talking” by Armageddon here:
|Country of origin:||Germany|
|Year of Release:||1970|