ISOLATION ISOLATION 1973 MEGA RARE PRIVATE UK PROG FOLK LP VG COND - rare vinyl collector item


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ISOLATION - ISOLATION (1973 MEGA RARE PRIVATE UK PROG FOLK LP, VG+ COND)

ISOLATION  ISOLATION 1973 MEGA RARE PRIVATE UK PROG FOLK LP VG COND
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Auction Details:
Code ID
#24745
Ebay Item #
352162980722
Sold Price
$1706.49
Bids
6
Auction End date
20 Sep 2017
Seller Location
Brighton

Item Description


Artist: Isolation
Title:Isolation
Date: 1973
Record label: Riverside
Catalogue no: HAS LP 2083
Condition of disc: Verygood +
Condition of sleeve: Very good (sleeve has no creases or tears but is a bit tatty. Small stain at bottom right of "blue" side of sleeve - see photo.)
Notes:UK issue vinyl album. Mega rare prog folk private press LP. Tracklisting on separate sheet. Isolation are one of the most obscure UK folk acts. Released as a micro-private edition in 1973 (on the Riverside label), their unique album is a loner folk wonder, hinting sometimes at jazzy psych climates.
Isolation comprised:
*Richard Blondell - 12 String Guitar, Vocals
*Dave Smith - Piano, Vocals
*John Paul Davidson - Flute
*Ian Robinson - Electric Guitar
*Chris Pritchett - Violin

*Tim Neild - Bass, Banjo
Additional notes:All records are shipped in a sturdy mailer with cardboard stiffeners and plastic sleeve.Discounted postage costs available up to 3 records.
Guide to record condition.
MINT: No scuffs, scratches, blotches, stains, labels, writing, tears or splits. Simply perfect.
NEAR MINT: A Record that may have one or two tiny,minor flaws such as light paper scuffs from sliding in and out of the sleeves that do not affectplay.
EXCELLENT: A Record has been handled and played either very littleor very carefully. The vinyl may have lost some but not all of it'soriginal lustre or have a slight scratch that doesn't affect play.
VERY GOOD: A Record that displays visible signs of handling and playing such as loss of vinyl lustre, light surface scratches, groove wear and spindle trails. A VG record may look like it will have some audible surface noise when it is played, although anynoise should not overwhelm the music or ruin the listening experience.
GOOD: The Record is well played, with any number of defects such as complete loss of surface sheen,obvious surface noise, etc.