Just Arrived: Incredible Batch of Vintage ’60s LPs

We’ve just had an incredible bunch of vintage ’60s/early ’70s vinyl land at Eil Towers, from killer Brit Folk, Psych, Rock and more…here’s a few highlights…

Rare 1971 UK 8-track LP issued on RCA’s short-lived Progressive imprint, Neon, featuring Bob Jackson [later of Badfinger]. Full Details Here
Seminal Brit Folk LP with gems as ‘Do You Hear Me Now?’ [later a hit for Donovan], the chilling ‘Needle Of Death’ & the omnipresent cover of Davey Graham’s ‘Angie’, Full Details Here
1st press on Transatlantic for this stunning second album which, although labelled ‘folk’, also weaves elements of blues and jazz. Full Details Here
Scarce 1969 UK 11-track stereo LP on Major Minor, full of wigged-out Hammond excursions & groovy drum fills, opening with a lively version of Respect that you never knew was necessary! Full Details Here
1970 UK 12-track stereo LP on the plum & red Atlantic label, featuring many top names of the time including Jimmy Page, Nicky Hopkins, Jeff Beck, John Bonham, Noel Redding & more. Full Details Here
This was the fourth album by the enigmatic American folk/blues guitarist, don’t see this very often! Full Details Here
Second press of his third album – classic! Full Details Here
1969 UK first issue 8-track vinyl LP on the Island pink ‘i’ label, gatefold picture sleeve. Full Details Here
Super limited 1977 UK 13-track LP, a beautiful female led British Folk rarity, supposedly pressed in a miniscule run of just 500 – Full Details Here
1967 UK 1st issue 15-track LP with blue Topic label, recorded by Bill Leader & also featuring sister Dolly, it’s the beginning of their exploration of the dark underbelly of medieval rural music. Full Details Here
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