Rare 1970 UK 9-track vinyl LP, Lie Back and Enjoy It, on the Vertigo large ‘swirl’ label, featuring versions of songs by Willie Dixon, Delaney Bramlett & Frank Zappa among the group originals.
Housed in an amazing & unique 24″x 36″ fold-out poster-style picture sleeve featuring individual portraits of each band member, complete with period white bordered poly-lined ‘swirl’ inner.
The sleeve shows just a little light edge scuffing with minimal shelf wear & the vinyl remains in excellent condition & looks barely played. Fast becoming one of the hardest ‘swirl’ albums to find in above average condition.
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- Juicy Lucy - Juicy Lucy - 1st - VG - UK - vinyl LP - £125.00, $173.75, €146.25 (New Item) (arrived 06-Jul-2021 16:22)
JUICY LUCY Juicy Lucy (1969 UK first press 8-track stereo vinyl LP on the large 'swirl' label with 'A Philips Record Product' text, one of the first batch of releases on this collectable imprint. The frightful gatefold picture sleeve [VG-] comescomplete with the poly lined 'swirl' inner and has inevitable edge wear & corner creasing but with all text legible and no writing, despite a little print fade. The vinyl has been professionally cleaned and grades VG+ with a few spindle marks& hairlines to show play but retains a nice sheen on both sides. A juicy, if not mint, example of this Vertigo rarity! VO2)
- Juicy Lucy - Lie Back And Enjoy It - VG - UK - vinyl LP - £150.00, $208.50, €175.50 (New Item) (arrived 24-Jun-2021 10:19)
JUICY LUCY Lie Back And Enjoy It (Rare original 1970 UK 9-track vinyl LP on the Vertigo large 'swirl' label, featuring versions of songs by Willie Dixon, Delaney Bramlett & Frank Zappa among the group originals, housed in an amazing & unique 24"x 36" fold-out poster-style sleeve featuring individual portraits of each band member, complete with the poly-lined 'swirl' inner. The sleeve displays some edge & corner scuffing, and some rubbing evident, however this is commensurate with age & easily forgivable. The labels have a few spindle marks to show it has been played, whilst the vinyl has some minor hairlines and a few light clusters of paper scuffs. Overall, a Very Good example of this classic Vertigo swirl collectable, over fifty years on!)