Just Landed: 60s & 70s folk ‘n’ prog vinyl LPs, CD’s, Box Sets and More

Just in at eil Towers is this prime slice of late ‘60s and ‘70s folk ‘n’ prog collection. Lovingly collected over many years, highlights include a very tasty run of all things King Crimson, original Hawkwind LPs with those wonderful fold-out Barney Bubbles sleeves, uncompromising freak-outs from Henry Cow and Zappa, Canterbury scene big-hitters from Soft Machine, Matching Mole, Caravan and Kevin Ayers plus folk/rock essentials from Fairport Convention, Richard Thompson, Albion Band and more…..

Below are just a few of the items currently available from our website eil.com.

SANDY DENNY Who Knows Where The Time Goes? (Beautiful 1985 UK 43-track FOUR LP box set featuring an unrivalled collection of her greatest songs, alongside unreleased recordings, out-takes & demos spanning 1967 to 1977, complete with a nice 20-page illustrated black & white booklet in a 12″ picture box. Apart from a small light sticker mark on the front, the packaging shows very little of its age with only light wear, the labels all have a couple of light spindle marks but remain very clean with minimal sign of play SDSP100)
KING CRIMSON Three Of A Perfect Pair (1984 UK 9-track LP, the final part in the trilogy from the newly vamped Adrian Belew period, picture sleeve with lyric printed inner. The sleeve has barely any signs of age or storage and vinyl appears barely played in near as new condition EGLP55)
JETHRO TULL Stand Up (Rare 1969 UK 10-track stereo LP on the pink Island ‘eye’ logo label, housed in a superb pop-up gatefold picture sleeve. The sleeve shows just a little light shelfwear with some edge scuffing & a little discoloration and writing on the back, & the vinyl remains in excellent condition with just a couple of light surface scuffs to show for over forty five years ILPS9103)

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