…..a batch of incredible records through the doors this week at eil towers including the mega-rare Black Sabbath/Status Quo 1972 promo ’45, a very rarely seen Brit psych/prog classic in the shape of Julian Jay Severin’s LP, a wonderful UK private press LP from Scotland’s String Driven Thing, top-of-the-range Brit Jazz with Jazz At The Flamingo featuring Tubby Hayes, plus an historic Tubby Hayes acetate recorded when he was just eighteen! and when you haven’t had time to talk about Mott the Hoople Test Pressings, Christine Perfect LPs and Pink Floyd ’72 concert programme you know its been a great week (oh, hang on I just did)….Here’s a few highlights, for full Top 10 click here
Not only have we had some amazing rare and collectible vinyl through the doors this week, we’ve also had a coffee table that once belonged to John Lennon (yes really!), here’s a few highlights….to see […]
How Is the Resurgence of Vinyl Impacting Our Environment? An in-depth look at challenges on the path to a greener music industry.
https://ultimateclassicrock.com/vinyl-records-environmental-impact/ The music industry has marked more than a decade of phenomenal growth in vinyl sales, but the question of sustainability remains. The figures are no doubt impressive: Some 14.3 million albums were shipped in 2017. Sales were up […]
We’ve had a great collection of rarities from Cliff Richard land in the last few days, here are our Top 3 currently in stock… Plus watch the short video clip here of what else […]