THE ARTWOODS, Art Gallery, Original UK 1st MONO DECCA Vinyl LP, 1966
UK DECCA LK 4830
Matrix numbers: XARL 7481-1A and XARL 7482-1A.
Record with the deep groove labels in excellent condition, EX.
One of the rarest Decca label records, as originally it sold in very small quantities. This FIRST PRESSING MONO issue is in this EXCELLENT condition throughout.
Side One: - Can You Hear Me; Down In The Valley; Things Get Better; Walk On The Wild Side; I Keep Forgettin’; Keep Lookin’
Side Two: - One More Heartache; Work, Work, Work; Be My Lady; If You Gotta Make A Fool Of Somebody; Stop And Think It Over; Don’t Cry No More.
Bright vinyl with high sheen, very clean and in EXCELLENT condition. Under a bright light there are only a few light surface sleeve removal marks which have no audio effect. The sound is bright and vibrant and plays superbly throughout.
There are only a few light spindle marks noticeable on both labels, otherwise they are completely clean and free from any writing, marks or other defects.
The laminated sleeve is in an EXCELLENT condition. The edges and spine are strong and the text on the spine is readable with only some slight laminate lift and crackle in a few places. The rear of the sleeve is bright and clean with only a little fading at the edges.
Overall a very nice clean and great sounding example of this highly collectable 50 year old vinyl record.