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  1. Mega rare 1965 SKA BLANK MATRIX FNF 6396 R ALPHONSO & THE SKATALITES SUNDOWN

    June 10, 2019 by admin

    Mega-rare-1965-SKA-BLANK-MATRIX-FNF-6396-R-ALPHONSO-THE-SKATALITES-SUNDOWN-01-wpr Mega rare 1965 SKA BLANK MATRIX FNF 6396 R ALPHONSO & THE SKATALITES SUNDOWN
    Mega rare 1965 SKA BLANK MATRIX FNF 6396 R ALPHONSO & THE SKATALITES SUNDOWN
    Mega rare 1965 SKA BLANK MATRIX FNF 6396 R ALPHONSO & THE SKATALITES SUNDOWN
    Mega rare 1965 SKA BLANK MATRIX FNF 6396 R ALPHONSO & THE SKATALITES SUNDOWN

    Mega rare 1965 SKA BLANK MATRIX FNF 6396 R ALPHONSO & THE SKATALITES SUNDOWN
    YOUR SPECIALISTS FOR VINTAGE JAMAICAN VINYL. Over 2000 originals in stock on discogs! A-Side: Roland Alphonso & The Skatalites – Sundown. B-Side: Victor Wong – Don´t Deceive Me. Please listen to Soundclip A / B. Comments: ORIGINAL PRESS mega rare JAZZY SKA INSTRUMENTAL BY THE SKATALITES ON A WAY PRESS! PLEASE WAIT FOR THE INVOICE BEFORE PAYING!!! See also my other auctions!! Rest of the world. Upwards 11.00 USD. Germany 8.00 USD DHL 1-5 records. Rest of the world 11.00. Upwards 35.00 USD. The item “Mega rare 1965 SKA BLANK MATRIX FNF 6396 R ALPHONSO & THE SKATALITES SUNDOWN” is in sale since Tuesday, January 29, 2019. This item is in the category “Music\Records”. The seller is “jamaica_underground_rec” and is located in Leipzig. This item can be shipped worldwide.
    • Modified Item: No
    • Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom
    • Custom Bundle: No
    • Style: Acid Jazz
    • Duration: Single
    • Record Grading: Very Good Plus (VG+)
    • Speed: 45 RPM
    • Record Size: 7″
    • Non-Domestic Product: No
    • Record Label: BLANK
    • Release Year: 1965
    • Genre: Reggae, Ska & Dub

    Mega rare 1965 SKA BLANK MATRIX FNF 6396 R ALPHONSO & THE SKATALITES SUNDOWN

  2. Led Zeppelin I Turquoise 1st Press Uncorrected Credit & Matrix Vinyl Record LP

    October 3, 2018 by admin

    Led Zeppelin I Turquoise 1st Press Uncorrected Credit & Matrix Vinyl Record LP
    Led Zeppelin I Turquoise 1st Press Uncorrected Credit & Matrix Vinyl Record LP
    Led Zeppelin I Turquoise 1st Press Uncorrected Credit & Matrix Vinyl Record LP
    Led Zeppelin I Turquoise 1st Press Uncorrected Credit & Matrix Vinyl Record LP
    Led Zeppelin I Turquoise 1st Press Uncorrected Credit & Matrix Vinyl Record LP
    Led Zeppelin I Turquoise 1st Press Uncorrected Credit & Matrix Vinyl Record LP
    Led Zeppelin I Turquoise 1st Press Uncorrected Credit & Matrix Vinyl Record LP
    Led Zeppelin I Turquoise 1st Press Uncorrected Credit & Matrix Vinyl Record LP
    Led Zeppelin I Turquoise 1st Press Uncorrected Credit & Matrix Vinyl Record LP
    Led Zeppelin I Turquoise 1st Press Uncorrected Credit & Matrix Vinyl Record LP
    Led Zeppelin I Turquoise 1st Press Uncorrected Credit & Matrix Vinyl Record LP

    Led Zeppelin I Turquoise 1st Press Uncorrected Credit & Matrix Vinyl Record LP
    Led Zeppelin I Turquoise 1st Press Uncorrected Credit & Matrix Vinyl Record LP. Extremely rare Stereo 1st Press of this absolute classic album, with the. This is the rarer version with uncorrected credits, with track 3’You Shook Me’ credited both to Superhype and Jewel Music. This also has the uncorrected matrix numbers. Matrix Numbers: A1 / B1. This vinyl has been play tested on a Rega RP1 and graded using Record Collector Grading System. There are a few. To the laminate, as pictured, and a couple of small brown marks. Has a scuff to it which has lifted slightly. On the opening side there is a small slit to the sleeve where the record goes in. We have tried to over explain the condition. As you can see from the photographs, it is an extremely good example. Original plain white inner with blue text is in brilliant condition. We have play tested this wonderful. Album and it plays extremely well. There is the lightest crackle on the quieter parts, but no skips or jumps throughout. As you can see from the pictures, there are a few hairline marks, but none that affect the playability in depth. The labels show light signs of wear, including a small round mark to side one. The plum colour has rubbed ever so slightly onto the white stripe middle, but nothing significant. As these form part of our description. The Vinyl Locker is an offshoot company of highly praised’The Music Locker’. We are in love with anything vintage and musical, and have over a decade of vinyl knowledge. The item “Led Zeppelin I Turquoise 1st Press Uncorrected Credit & Matrix Vinyl Record LP” is in sale since Friday, August 31, 2018. This item is in the category “Music\Records”. The seller is “thevinyllocker” and is located in Derby. This item can be shipped worldwide.
    • Artist: Led Zeppelin
    • Modified Item: No
    • Style: Classic
    • Custom Bundle: No
    • Duration: LP
    • Record Grading: Very Good (VG)
    • Speed: 33RPM
    • Record Size: LP (12-Inch)
    • Genre: Rock
    • Non-Domestic Product: No
    • Sleeve Grading: Very Good (VG)

    Led Zeppelin I Turquoise 1st Press Uncorrected Credit & Matrix Vinyl Record LP

  3. The Beatles 45 Record Same Label Both Sides Wrong Time Unheard Of Matrix Number

    May 14, 2018 by admin

    The Beatles 45 Record Same Label Both Sides Wrong Time Unheard Of Matrix Number
    The Beatles 45 Record Same Label Both Sides Wrong Time Unheard Of Matrix Number
    The Beatles 45 Record Same Label Both Sides Wrong Time Unheard Of Matrix Number
    The Beatles 45 Record Same Label Both Sides Wrong Time Unheard Of Matrix Number
    The Beatles 45 Record Same Label Both Sides Wrong Time Unheard Of Matrix Number
    The Beatles 45 Record Same Label Both Sides Wrong Time Unheard Of Matrix Number
    The Beatles 45 Record Same Label Both Sides Wrong Time Unheard Of Matrix Number
    The Beatles 45 Record Same Label Both Sides Wrong Time Unheard Of Matrix Number
    The Beatles 45 Record Same Label Both Sides Wrong Time Unheard Of Matrix Number
    The Beatles 45 Record Same Label Both Sides Wrong Time Unheard Of Matrix Number
    The Beatles 45 Record Same Label Both Sides Wrong Time Unheard Of Matrix Number

    The Beatles 45 Record Same Label Both Sides Wrong Time Unheard Of Matrix Number
    Secondhand Record For Sale. Item : This isnt rare or scarce, its a one of a kind. The record is supposed to be a double A side single, Strawberry Fields Forever (A) and Penny Lane (AA). Its a psych record by The Beatles, so its very important. What we have here, at first glance, is a manufacturing defect I guess? , since its labeled Penny Lane on both sides there is no Strawberry Fields Forever label on this record and there never was. This is the first irony the double A side single looks to be a double AA side single! Ok, so the second irony is that its supposed to be Strawberry Fields Forever — Not Strawberry Fields NEVER! I guess it was made in Scranton on the Penny Lane aisle where the customer wasnt going to get the full bang for their buck. Wheres my Strawberry label, dammit? Its interesting since this was an error from the start the correct time isnt 3:00 its 2:57. As if these errors werent enough, here we have an unheard of matrix in the runout/deadwax. Discogs only lists: Matrix / Runout (Runout A): 45-X-45870-G4 11, Matrix / Runout (Runout AA): 45-X-45871-F5 #2. Matrix / Runout (Variant runout A): 45-X-45870-F3 #6, Matrix / Runout (Variant runout AA): 45-X-45871-G6 #3. But, on this record, we have matrix numbers ending in 870 F3 and 871 G6 #4. Its good enough thats its an unheard of VARIANT, but wouldnt that be cool if it was a different mix or something? In any case, I know this was pressed in Scanton because it has the triangle in the runout with the IAM in the triangle. In sum, we have a triple whammy here an error record to begin with (they corrected the time on the second pressings), an (at least) manufacturing error with no Strawberry Fields label, and a matrix number which is unknown (this makes the record itself a true variant). I have a lot of Beatles records. Usually, the kid that owned it wrote his/her name all over it this is nice example because its writing free and never cleaned or anything. It has some minor looking scratches/scuffs but looks rarely played and has really beautiful gloss. A one of a kind wouldnt matter much if it was a Perry Como or Johhny Mathis record, but this is The Beatles, folks, and this 45 is one for the books. From Wiki-pedia: “Strawberry Fields Forever” is one of the defining works of the psychedelic rock genre. Too bad it wasnt defined on this record What happened, Scranton? Record will be carefully/responsibly packed. Please see my listings for other desirable titles! If youre an exception, all you need to do is let me know and hopefully we can work together! Condition : Records may not function as intended per surface noise, defective playback due to manufacturing defect or scratches, etc. Most records are in scratched condition. See Goldmine Record Album Price Guide, 5th Edition, page 17: Its estimated that no more than 2 to 4 percent of all records remaining from the 1950s and 1960s are truly Near Mint (and the next grade down from Near Mint is VG+, where light scratches are present). It amazes me that the world of record collecting doesnt have an official grading company such as in the comic book field (they have CGC), the coin collecting realm (they have PCGS), etc. Until an official 3rd party industry expert comes along, record grading remains subjective and opinions vary due to parties differences in audio equipment, etc. If you have any questions, need more info, or want to set up a Preview appointment, please feel welcome to message me and I’ll respond in a timely manner. Thanks for your interest, Chris. The item “The Beatles 45 Record Same Label Both Sides Wrong Time Unheard Of Matrix Number” is in sale since Saturday, April 8, 2017. This item is in the category “Music\Records”. The seller is “cadmium24″ and is located in Pitman, New Jersey. This item can be shipped to United States.
    • Genre: Rock
    • Record Size: 7″
    • Duration: Single
    • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
    • Record Label: Capitol
    • Special Attributes: 1st Edition
    • Speed: 45RPM
    • Artist: The Beatles
    • Release Year: 1967
    • Style: British Invasion

    The Beatles 45 Record Same Label Both Sides Wrong Time Unheard Of Matrix Number

  4. Led Zeppelin I Turquoise Sleeve Superhype 1 2 4 Credit Uncorrected Matrix Lp

    May 5, 2018 by admin

    Led Zeppelin I Turquoise Sleeve Superhype 1 2 4 Credit Uncorrected Matrix Lp
    Led Zeppelin I Turquoise Sleeve Superhype 1 2 4 Credit Uncorrected Matrix Lp
    Led Zeppelin I Turquoise Sleeve Superhype 1 2 4 Credit Uncorrected Matrix Lp
    Led Zeppelin I Turquoise Sleeve Superhype 1 2 4 Credit Uncorrected Matrix Lp
    Led Zeppelin I Turquoise Sleeve Superhype 1 2 4 Credit Uncorrected Matrix Lp
    Led Zeppelin I Turquoise Sleeve Superhype 1 2 4 Credit Uncorrected Matrix Lp
    Led Zeppelin I Turquoise Sleeve Superhype 1 2 4 Credit Uncorrected Matrix Lp
    Led Zeppelin I Turquoise Sleeve Superhype 1 2 4 Credit Uncorrected Matrix Lp
    Led Zeppelin I Turquoise Sleeve Superhype 1 2 4 Credit Uncorrected Matrix Lp

    Led Zeppelin I Turquoise Sleeve Superhype 1 2 4 Credit Uncorrected Matrix Lp
    TITLE : “LED ZEPPELIN I”. FORMAT : FIRST PRESS LABELS AND SLEEVE. UNCORRECTED MATRIX, CORRECT 1 2 4 SUPERHYPE CREDIT LABELS, TURQUOISE LETTERING, GREY STRIPE TO BOTTOM EDGE, PINCHED SPINE, 9-TRACK, BLACK VINYL, 12-INCH, 33rpm, LP ALBUM. WITH THE ORIGINAL FIRST PRESS INNER BAG. Matrix / Runout (Runout A, variant 1): 588171 A//1. Matrix / Runout (Runout B, variant 1): 588171 B//1 1. COUNTRY OF MANUFACTURE : UNITED KINGDOM. CONDITION/ SLEEVE : NEAR EXCELLENT. SLEEVE CONDITION GRADED ON A 1-10 SCALE. LABEL CONDITION GRADED ON A 1-10 SCALE. SIDE 1 : NEAR EXCELLENT. SIDE 1 GRADED ON A 1-10 SCALE. SIDE 2 GRADED ON A 1-10 SCALE. IS IN REALLY NICE CONDITION WITHOUT WORRYING FAULTS. A LITTLE ACCEPTABLE AGE TONING, A COUPLE OF SLIGHT THUMB DENTS TO THE LAMINATE SURFACE, A COUPLE OF MINOR SPLITS TO THE EDGES BOTH FRONT AND BACK ARE NICELY CLEAN. THERE ARE NO TEARS. THERE ARE NO SPLITS. THERE IS NO INK DAMAGE. THERE ARE NO MAJOR CREASES. IF ANY, ALL FAULTS ARE MINOR, ACCEPTABLE, AND NOTHING TO WORRY ABOUT. THE SPINE IS SQUARE, FIRM AND TRUE. ALL OF THE ORIGINAL TEXT REMAINS INTACT AND READABLE. IF ANY, ALL FAULTS ARE ACCEPTABLE AND NOTHING TO WORRY ABOUT TOO MUCH. ARE IN GREAT SHAPE WITH ACCEPTABLE FAULTS, INCLUDING A FEW LIGHT SPINDLE MARKS. THERE IS NO PEN DAMAGE. THERE IS NO MAJOR SPINDLE WEAR. IS IN GREAT CONDITION WITHOUT WORRYING FAULTS, JUST A FEW EXTREMELY LIGHT MINOR SURFACE MARKS, WHICH PRODUCE A LITTLE LIGHT WARM ATMOSPHERIC BACKGROUND CRACKLE ON OCCASION. THE RECORD HAS BEEN PLAY GRADED ALL THE WAY THROUGH, AND TESTS EXTREMELY WELL, STRAIGHT THROUGH, WITHOUT INTERRUPTION DURING PLAYBACK, NO MAJOR LOSS IN SOUND QUALITY OR AURAL PERFORMANCE, AND NO WORRYINGLY OBTRUSIVE SNAP, CRACKLE OR POP. BOTH SIDES CAN BE ENJOYED ENORMOUSLY: ALL TRACKS STILL PACK A MIGHTY PUNCH. ALL IN ALL, A STRONG EXAMPLE OF A RARE RECORD. THIS ONE IS FOR THE COLLECTION, WITH A LITTLE ROOM AND REASON TO UPGRADE, IF SO DESIRED, BUT NOT WITH ANY URGENCY OR NECESSITY. STRICTLY GRADED USING RECORD COLLECTOR’S GRADING SYSTEM. UK: 1-3 DAYS; EUROPE: 5-7 DAYS; REST OF THE WORLD: 7-10 DAYS. SLOANE DIAL’M’ FOR MR. The item “LED ZEPPELIN I TURQUOISE SLEEVE SUPERHYPE 1 2 4 CREDIT UNCORRECTED MATRIX LP” is in sale since Wednesday, January 17, 2018. This item is in the category “Music\Records”. The seller is “mr.sloane” and is located in LONDON. This item can be shipped worldwide.
    • Genre: Rock
    • Sub-Genre: Classic
    • Speed: 33RPM
    • Duration: LP
    • Artist: LED ZEPPELIN
    • Special Attributes: 180 – 220 gram
    • Decade: 1970s
    • Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom
    • Record Size: LP (12-Inch)

    Led Zeppelin I Turquoise Sleeve Superhype 1 2 4 Credit Uncorrected Matrix Lp

  5. The freewheelin’ BOB DYLAN withdrawn CL 19861A matrix LP

    October 5, 2016 by admin

    The freewheelin' BOB DYLAN withdrawn CL 19861A matrix LP
    The freewheelin' BOB DYLAN withdrawn CL 19861A matrix LP
    The freewheelin' BOB DYLAN withdrawn CL 19861A matrix LP
    The freewheelin' BOB DYLAN withdrawn CL 19861A matrix LP
    The freewheelin' BOB DYLAN withdrawn CL 19861A matrix LP
    The freewheelin' BOB DYLAN withdrawn CL 19861A matrix LP
    The freewheelin' BOB DYLAN withdrawn CL 19861A matrix LP
    The freewheelin' BOB DYLAN withdrawn CL 19861A matrix LP
    The freewheelin' BOB DYLAN withdrawn CL 19861A matrix LP

    The freewheelin' BOB DYLAN withdrawn CL 19861A matrix LP
    The rarest – and most sought after – of all Bob Dylan albums. That’s right – this is the 1A matrix pressing which plays the four tracks that were withdrawn. It is NOT the Canadian pressing or timing strip issue which list the deleted tracks but play the standard cuts. The labels and cover here show the replacement tracks – which is consistent with the few other mono copies that have turned up over the past fifty years. However, check the picture which shows the vinyl for Side 1: the middle track is “A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall”, and you should be able to see it is the widest band, since it is the longest song. On standard copies of this record, that track is sequenced last in the #6 position. VINYL CONDITION: visually VG+ In regular room light, surface appears very clean with no serious defects. Under 100 watt bulb, one can see a number of light marks, some people describe as hairline or spidery, so there is evidence that record was played, as pretty much all copies of this popular album were, but not abused. There are no feelable scratches or marks that tick, pop, skip, stick, or thump. The cover is in excellent shape for this issue. There is minimal wear on front, and print on spine is not exactly centered due to how flat was glued in original manufacture. Hear for yourself as we have uploaded sound files for the tracks. Occasionally there is some kind of surface noise, but it is minimal and the fidelity is remarkable, I suppose due to being such an early and limited pressing. Blowin’ in the Wind. A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall. Bob Dylan’s Blues. Let Me Die in My Footsteps. Don’t Think Twice. (Gamblin’ Willie’s Dead Man’s Hand). Talkin’ John Birch Blues. Honey Just Allow Me One More Chance. I Shall Be Free. HERE IS THE STORY: last summer August 2015, a friend of mine was visiting his brother-in-law. They got to talking about old records, and the brother-in-law mentioned that he had a Dylan album that he remembered there was something unusual about. So they got it out and played it, and, sure enough, the songs did not match those printed on the label. Lo and behold, this legendary anomaly had been sitting on the guy’s shelf for more than 50 years. Fewer than a couple dozen have ever surfaced. And though skeptical at first, there was the photographic proof. I think all serious record nuts have heard of it – I had an old Goldmine GUIDE TO COLLECTIBLE RECORD ALBUMS by Neal Umphred from 1994 which has an article entitled, “The World’s Most Valuable Album”. So I have been researching for months, talking and emailing with nationally known Dylan and record experts. It was finally decided to put this one on consignment with me and list in conjunction with Bob’s 75th who woulda thunk it? Unless they discover a box of these hidden away in the Columbia catacombs, this copy will someday sell for more than whatever is paid today – the owner may change his mind and hold on for posterity. So here is what may be the chance of a lifetime. Related content of interest. Rolling Stone article May 27, 2016 about creation of FREEWHEELIN. Make sure you realize this is a vinyl LP. If you are looking for cds, go to the cd category. M: Generally reserved for sealed records, but may be used for an opened record with absolutely no evidence of play M-: May have no marks or a couple very light marks, which would not be noticed except for extremely close inspection, and which will not affect play. EX: May have a few very light marks which are nearly invisible and most likely do not sound. VG+: May have some visible light marks but no feelable scratches. May play with a minimum of noise during quiet passages. Note: items posted in the past may have slightly different grading abbreviations; however the old “NM” is the same as “M” defined above, “NM-” equals “M-“, etc. Please note that grades are visual. It seems to me that play-grading is even more subjective and entails other variables, such as the sensitivity of one’s equipment. I have not listened to many of these records but will try to upon request. There is not a huge amount of difference between M/M-/EX. As anyone who has handled a lot of used records knows, some play better than they look and VICE VERSA. The item “The freewheelin’ BOB DYLAN withdrawn CL 19861A matrix LP” is in sale since Tuesday, October 04, 2016. This item is in the category “Music\Records”. The seller is “wlber” and is located in Nashville, Tennessee. This item can be shipped worldwide.
    • Genre: Folk
    • Record Size: 12″
    • Duration: LP
    • Record Grading: Very Good Plus (VG+)
    • Special Attributes: 1st Edition
    • Record Label: Columbia
    • Release Year: 1963
    • Speed: 33 RPM
    • Country of Manufacture: United States
    • Style: Contemporary Folk
    • Sleeve Grading: Very Good Plus (VG+)
    • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States

    The freewheelin' BOB DYLAN withdrawn CL 19861A matrix LP

  6. The freewheelin’ BOB DYLAN withdrawn CL 19861A matrix LP

    September 1, 2016 by admin

    The freewheelin' BOB DYLAN withdrawn CL 19861A matrix LP
    The freewheelin' BOB DYLAN withdrawn CL 19861A matrix LP
    The freewheelin' BOB DYLAN withdrawn CL 19861A matrix LP
    The freewheelin' BOB DYLAN withdrawn CL 19861A matrix LP
    The freewheelin' BOB DYLAN withdrawn CL 19861A matrix LP
    The freewheelin' BOB DYLAN withdrawn CL 19861A matrix LP
    The freewheelin' BOB DYLAN withdrawn CL 19861A matrix LP
    The freewheelin' BOB DYLAN withdrawn CL 19861A matrix LP
    The freewheelin' BOB DYLAN withdrawn CL 19861A matrix LP

    The freewheelin' BOB DYLAN withdrawn CL 19861A matrix LP
    The rarest – and most sought after – of all Bob Dylan albums. That’s right – this is the 1A matrix pressing which plays the four tracks that were withdrawn. It is NOT the Canadian pressing or timing strip issue which list the deleted tracks but play the standard cuts. The labels and cover here show the replacement tracks – which is consistent with the few other mono copies that have turned up over the past fifty years. However, check the picture which shows the vinyl for Side 1: the middle track is “A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall”, and you should be able to see it is the widest band, since it is the longest song. On standard copies of this record, that track is sequenced last in the #6 position. VINYL CONDITION: visually VG+ In regular room light, surface appears very clean with no serious defects. Under 100 watt bulb, one can see a number of light marks, some people describe as hairline or spidery, so there is evidence that record was played, as pretty much all copies of this popular album were, but not abused. There are no feelable scratches or marks that tick, pop, skip, stick, or thump. The cover is in excellent shape for this issue. There is minimal wear on front, and print on spine is not exactly centered due to how flat was glued in original manufacture. Hear for yourself as we have uploaded sound files for the tracks. Occasionally there is some kind of surface noise, but it is minimal and the fidelity is remarkable, I suppose due to being such an early and limited pressing. Blowin’ in the Wind. A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall. Bob Dylan’s Blues. Let Me Die in My Footsteps. Don’t Think Twice. (Gamblin’ Willie’s Dead Man’s Hand). Talkin’ John Birch Blues. Honey Just Allow Me One More Chance. I Shall Be Free. HERE IS THE STORY: last summer August 2015, a friend of mine was visiting his brother-in-law. They got to talking about old records, and the brother-in-law mentioned that he had a Dylan album that he remembered there was something unusual about. So they got it out and played it, and, sure enough, the songs did not match those printed on the label. Lo and behold, this legendary anomaly had been sitting on the guy’s shelf for more than 50 years. Fewer than a couple dozen have ever surfaced. And though skeptical at first, there was the photographic proof. I think all serious record nuts have heard of it – I had an old Goldmine GUIDE TO COLLECTIBLE RECORD ALBUMS by Neal Umphred from 1994 which has an article entitled, “The World’s Most Valuable Album”. So I have been researching for months, talking and emailing with nationally known Dylan and record experts. It was finally decided to put this one on consignment with me and list in conjunction with Bob’s 75th who woulda thunk it? Unless they discover a box of these hidden away in the Columbia catacombs, this copy will someday sell for more than whatever is paid today – the owner may change his mind and hold on for posterity. So here is what may be the chance of a lifetime. Related content of interest. Rolling Stone article May 27, 2016 about creation of FREEWHEELIN. Make sure you realize this is a vinyl LP. If you are looking for cds, go to the cd category. M: Generally reserved for sealed records, but may be used for an opened record with absolutely no evidence of play M-: May have no marks or a couple very light marks, which would not be noticed except for extremely close inspection, and which will not affect play. EX: May have a few very light marks which are nearly invisible and most likely do not sound. VG+: May have some visible light marks but no feelable scratches. May play with a minimum of noise during quiet passages. Note: items posted in the past may have slightly different grading abbreviations; however the old “NM” is the same as “M” defined above, “NM-” equals “M-“, etc. Please note that grades are visual. It seems to me that play-grading is even more subjective and entails other variables, such as the sensitivity of one’s equipment. I have not listened to many of these records but will try to upon request. There is not a huge amount of difference between M/M-/EX. As anyone who has handled a lot of used records knows, some play better than they look and VICE VERSA. The item “The freewheelin’ BOB DYLAN withdrawn CL 19861A matrix LP” is in sale since Wednesday, August 31, 2016. This item is in the category “Music\Records”. The seller is “wlber” and is located in Nashville, Tennessee. This item can be shipped worldwide.
    • Genre: Folk
    • Record Size: 12″
    • Duration: LP
    • Record Grading: Very Good Plus (VG+)
    • Special Attributes: 1st Edition
    • Record Label: Columbia
    • Release Year: 1963
    • Speed: 33 RPM
    • Country of Manufacture: United States
    • Style: Contemporary Folk
    • Sleeve Grading: Very Good Plus (VG+)
    • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States

    The freewheelin' BOB DYLAN withdrawn CL 19861A matrix LP

  7. The freewheelin’ BOB DYLAN withdrawn CL 19861A matrix LP

    August 1, 2016 by admin

    The freewheelin' BOB DYLAN withdrawn CL 19861A matrix LP
    The freewheelin' BOB DYLAN withdrawn CL 19861A matrix LP
    The freewheelin' BOB DYLAN withdrawn CL 19861A matrix LP
    The freewheelin' BOB DYLAN withdrawn CL 19861A matrix LP
    The freewheelin' BOB DYLAN withdrawn CL 19861A matrix LP
    The freewheelin' BOB DYLAN withdrawn CL 19861A matrix LP
    The freewheelin' BOB DYLAN withdrawn CL 19861A matrix LP
    The freewheelin' BOB DYLAN withdrawn CL 19861A matrix LP
    The freewheelin' BOB DYLAN withdrawn CL 19861A matrix LP
    The freewheelin' BOB DYLAN withdrawn CL 19861A matrix LP
    The freewheelin' BOB DYLAN withdrawn CL 19861A matrix LP

    The freewheelin' BOB DYLAN withdrawn CL 19861A matrix LP
    The rarest – and most sought after – of all Bob Dylan albums. That’s right – this is the 1A matrix pressing which plays the four tracks that were withdrawn. It is NOT the Canadian pressing or timing strip issue which list the deleted tracks but play the standard cuts. The labels and cover here show the replacement tracks – which is consistent with the few other mono copies that have turned up over the past fifty years. However, check the picture which shows the vinyl for Side 1: the middle track is “A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall”, and you should be able to see it is the widest band, since it is the longest song. On standard copies of this record, that track is sequenced last in the #6 position. VINYL CONDITION: visually VG+ In regular room light, surface appears very clean with no serious defects. Under 100 watt bulb, one can see a number of light marks, some people describe as hairline or spidery, so there is evidence that record was played, as pretty much all copies of this popular album were, but not abused. There are no feelable scratches or marks that tick, pop, skip, stick, or thump. The cover is in pretty typical shape for this issue. There is wear on front, a bit of staining on back, corner bumps, and a closed 1.5 inch split in the middle of top seam, which I could repair undetectably but haven’t. If you really care about displaying, we will throw in nice, nearly flawless second print cover, the main difference being that it only references the monaural number on the back upper right and does not list the stereo for some reason. Hear for yourself as we have uploaded sound files for the tracks. Occasionally there is some kind of surface noise, but it is minimal and the fidelity is remarkable, I suppose due to being such an early and limited pressing. Blowin’ in the Wind. A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall. Bob Dylan’s Blues. Let Me Die in My Footsteps. Don’t Think Twice. (Gamblin’ Willie’s Dead Man’s Hand). Talkin’ John Birch Blues. Honey Just Allow Me One More Chance. I Shall Be Free. HERE IS THE STORY: last summer August 2015, a friend of mine was visiting his brother-in-law. They got to talking about old records, and the brother-in-law mentioned that he had a Dylan album that he remembered there was something unusual about. So they got it out and played it, and, sure enough, the songs did not match those printed on the label. Lo and behold, this legendary anomaly had been sitting on the guy’s shelf for more than 50 years. Fewer than a couple dozen have ever surfaced. And though skeptical at first, there was the photographic proof. I think all serious record nuts have heard of it – I had an old Goldmine GUIDE TO COLLECTIBLE RECORD ALBUMS by Neal Umphred from 1994 which has an article entitled, “The World’s Most Valuable Album”. So I have been researching for months, talking and emailing with nationally known Dylan and record experts. It was finally decided to put this one on consignment with me and list in conjunction with Bob’s 75th who woulda thunk it? Unless they discover a box of these hidden away in the Columbia catacombs, this copy will someday sell for more than whatever is paid today – the owner may change his mind and hold on for posterity. So here is what may be the chance of a lifetime. Related content of interest. Rolling Stone article May 27, 2016 about creation of FREEWHEELIN. Make sure you realize this is a vinyl LP. If you are looking for cds, go to the cd category. M: Generally reserved for sealed records, but may be used for an opened record with absolutely no evidence of play M-: May have no marks or a couple very light marks, which would not be noticed except for extremely close inspection, and which will not affect play. EX: May have a few very light marks which are nearly invisible and most likely do not sound. VG+: May have some visible light marks but no feelable scratches. May play with a minimum of noise during quiet passages. Note: items posted in the past may have slightly different grading abbreviations; however the old “NM” is the same as “M” defined above, “NM-” equals “M-“, etc. Please note that grades are visual. It seems to me that play-grading is even more subjective and entails other variables, such as the sensitivity of one’s equipment. I have not listened to many of these records but will try to upon request. There is not a huge amount of difference between M/M-/EX. As anyone who has handled a lot of used records knows, some play better than they look and VICE VERSA. The item “The freewheelin’ BOB DYLAN withdrawn CL 19861A matrix LP” is in sale since Thursday, July 28, 2016. This item is in the category “Music\Records”. The seller is “wlber” and is located in Nashville, Tennessee. This item can be shipped worldwide.
    • Genre: Folk
    • Record Size: 12″
    • Duration: LP
    • Record Grading: Very Good Plus (VG+)
    • Special Attributes: 1st Edition
    • Record Label: Columbia
    • Release Year: 1963
    • Speed: 33 RPM
    • Country of Manufacture: United States
    • Style: Contemporary Folk
    • Sleeve Grading: Very Good Plus (VG+)
    • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States

    The freewheelin' BOB DYLAN withdrawn CL 19861A matrix LP

  8. TOOL original edition Vinyl 2LP Aenima (1996 Matrix 72455 11087)

    May 20, 2016 by admin

    TOOL original edition Vinyl 2LP Aenima (1996 Matrix 72455 11087)
    TOOL original edition Vinyl 2LP Aenima (1996 Matrix 72455 11087)

    TOOL original edition Vinyl 2LP Aenima (1996 Matrix 72455 11087)
    To some specific countries it may take much longer (feel free to ask). Condition Record/Cover: m–/vg++ (vinyls and cover some little wear of age and are in great overall shape). Superthick heavy cardboard cover. Original edition, not repress. The matrix number reads. More Tool vinyl + related bands – feel free to ask for! Feel free to ask for related stuff. If you receive a damaged parcel/package it`s up to you to claim at your local parcel/post office service immediately. These are the policies of the world post contracts. The free listing tool. The item “TOOL original edition Vinyl 2LP Aenima (1996 Matrix 72455 11087)” is in sale since Sunday, May 15, 2016. This item is in the category “Music\Records”. The seller is “globalthinking” and is located in Hamburg. This item can be shipped worldwide.
    • Genre: Rock
    • Style: Alternative/Indie
    • Speed: 33 RPM
    • Record Size: 12″
    • Duration: Double LP

    TOOL original edition Vinyl 2LP Aenima (1996 Matrix 72455 11087)