grading is visual and extremely conservative, but it should be noted
that many Saturn pressings are not of the highest quality, particularly
during the Philadelphia era, and even as new some might play with
surface noise or other inconsistencies. In an effort to clarify some of
the more confusing release details, I have consulted Campbell and
Trent's The Earthly Recordings Of Sun Ra and Geerken's Omniverse reference books and have included all the pertinent deadwax information where available.
My prudent visual grading scale is M- / VG++ / VG+ / VG / VG- / G. All
of the records have been cleaned with a VPI and will be shipped with
security and protection as a priority. Please bid with utmost confidence
and feel free to write with any questions. Be advised that I will not
end any auction early. Thank you for looking and good luck.
Sun Ra And His Arkestra
Some Blues But Not The Kind Thats Blue
(El Saturn 747)
Record Condition: M-
Cover Condition: M-, in shrink
A-side runout: Saturn 101477 A
B-side runout: Saturn 101477 B
Notes: Mono, orange Chicago labels, original paper inner sleeve
--- LPs ---
USA via media mail with delivery confirmation: 1-4 LP = $5.00; 5-10 LPs = $8.00
USA via priority mail with delivery confirmation: 1-2 LPs = $9.00; 3 LPs = $10.25; 4 LPs = $12.25
Canada via first-class international: 1-2 LP = $20.00; 3-4 LPs = $25.00
Europe via first-class international: 1 LP = $25.00; 2 LPs = $28.00; 3 LPs = $31.00
Asia & Australia via first-class international: 1 LP = $27.00; 2 LPs = $30.00; 3 LPs = $33.00
--- 45s ---
USA via first class with delivery confirmation: 1-5 45s = $4.00
Canada via first-class international: 1-3 45s = $12.00; 4-8 45s = $20.00
Europe via first-class international: 1-3 45s = $14.00; 4-8 45s = $25.00
Asia & Australia via first-class international: 1-3 45s = $17.00; 4-8 45s = $27.00
All records will be shipped in a new mailer with adequate padding and packing.
All used LPs will be removed from their covers and sent behind the jacket in a new poly sleeve prior to mailing.