Your Weekly Best Of Premium Collectables including Traffic, Rolling Stones, Madness, Grateful Dead, Ike & Tina Turner & More..

…..more rarest of the rare vinyl & CDs through the doors this week – including an original SEALED 1968 US issue of the debut Traffic LP, a superb copy of the Stones ’66 ‘December’s Children’ LP still in its stickered shrink – yikes! – a wonderful slice of vintage ’64 R&B from Ike & Tina Turner. Also look out for a super rare Japanese RED VINYL Grateful Dead ‘Working’s Man’s Dead’ LP, an uncut Iron Maiden picture disc, a superb Madness 7″ bundle and much, much more….Here’s a few to whet the whistle, see them all here

TRAFFIC Traffic: Sealed 1968 US first issue 10-track stereo LP, housed in a pasted gatefold picture sleeve with clipped corner & an integral ten-page illustrated lyric booklet. This rare time warp copy remains factory sealed from new in the dollar price stickered shrink, the vinyl mint & unplayed! More info here
ROLLING STONES December’s Children: And Everybody’s) 1966 US 12-track mono LP on a bright red & silver ‘boxed’ London label, pasted picture sleeve. The cover retains a partial amount of the original shrink with the rare song hype sticker for Get Out Off Of MyCloud still attached & unblemished. The cover has no deletion cuts or markings & the partial shrink has kept the condition as nice as possible. The vinyl has some faint & inaudible cosmetic wear almost inevitable after half a century, with a deep sheen both sides & Excellent playback. Now very hard to find like this! More info here
IKE & TINA TURNER It’s Gonna Work Out Fine: Wonderful 1964 US 12-track deep groove mono LP on a red Sue Records label with black & white strip to the left, the album was a big influence on the Rolling Stones at the time & many British beat groups to follow, with just a young Tina on the cover cutting a solitary but beautiful figure. The pasted cover is Excellent & shows just a few ever so faint paper blemishes or minor shelf wear, the spine appearing Near Mint. More info here

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