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C'EST WHAT?!: Eight Stories - US (Palo Alto PA-8057) 1984 Stereo -- original US pressing; cover in shrink wrapEX/M-$14
CACTUS AS THE NEW CACTUS BAND: Son Of Cactus - US (Atco SD 7017) 1973 Stereo -- as 'The New Cactus Band'; original US pressing; Duane Hitchings from original CACTUS plus MIKE PINERA on guitar, with Roland Robinson and Jerry Norris; cover in shrink wrap with tiny sawmark; yellow 1848 Broadway labelEX/M-$20
CADO BELLE: Cado Belle - US (Anchor ANCL 2015) 1976 Stereo -- LP contains UK soul song 'Got To Love' plus the flip from that 45 'Paper in the Rain'; with Maggie Reilly; members of Kokomo guested; original US pressing; album has cover in shrink wrap and includes Custom Inner SleeveEX/M-$15
CAIN, JEFFREY: Whispering Thunder - US (Raccoon #12) 1972 Stereo -- Original US White Label Promo pressing; cover mostly in shrink wrap with seamwear at opening; musicians include Jesse Colin Young who also produced; record VG+ to EX/EX+EX-/EX$28
CAIOLA, AL: Italian Guitars - US (Time S/2023) 1960s Stereo -- multi-guitarist extravaganza; with Don Arnone, Bucky Pizzarelli, George Barnes, Al Casamenti, Barry Galbraith, etcVG+/EX$12
CAKE: A Slice Of Cake - US (Decca DL 75039) 1968 Stereo -- original US pressing of LP by excellent trio girl-group in a popsike vein; their tougher-to-find second album; cover has two cutout holes (one tiny); record tiny VG+ to mostly EX/M-EX-/EX$85
CALI, UNCLE JOHN: Banjo Polkas - US (Fortissimo XK 8004) 1960 Stereo -- RED VINYL Original pressing; Gatefold cover; record plays from 'inside out' !!; Fortissimo label was a division of Riverside; vinyl EX to mostly M-; as Uncle John Cali and His Keilbasi SixVG+/EX+$20
CALIFORNIA POPPY PICKERS: Hair-Aquarius - US (Alshire S 5153) 1969 Stereo -- original US pressing; cover in Shrink Wrap; subtitled: "Blue-Eye Soul by the Poppy Pickers"; album has custom Alshire Inner SleeveEX/M-$15
CAMARATA: Exotic Rimsky-Korsakov - US (Phase 4 SPC 21033) 1968 Stereo -- original US pressing; black gatefold cover (some are white; I think this is the first cover); cover and record grade VG+ to EXEX-/EX-$17
CAMARATA CONTEMPORARY CHAMBER ORCHESTRA: Electronic Spirit Of Erik Satie - US (Deram XDES 18066) 1970s Stereo -- original US pressing with Gatefold Cover; scarce but good electronic LP; cover has tiny seam split on bottom; release date circa early 1970s as The Camarata Contemporary Chamber OrchestraEX-/M-$18
CAMBRIDGE, GODFREY: Ready Or Not Here's - US (Epic FLM 13101) 1964 MONO -- original US mono pressing; record slight EX(-) up to mostly EX+/M-EX/EX+$14
CAMPUS LIFE: Sounds Of The 'Now' Generation! - US (Word WST-8413) Stereo -- original US pressing; subtitled 'Youthquake In The Sixties'; album includes Christmas Card and subscription receipt from Campus Life magazineEX-/EX$12
CAN BAND: To Our Friends - US (A&R 71-56) 1970s Stereo -- original US private pressing; country bluegrass christian band; recorded in Minneapolis; cover has small writing (name) on front and small stain at bottom and lite seamwear; record has a few VG+ spots but is mostly EX to M-VG/EX$13
CANNED HEAT: Boogie With - US (Liberty LST-7541) 1968 Stereo -- original US pressing; cover mostly EX; record grades tiny EX- up to M-VG++/EX$25
CANTELO, APRIL & EILEEN POULTER + HELEN WATTS + LEPPARD ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA: Monteverdi Madrigals - UK (HMV / EMI HQS 1102) 1967 Stereo -- 1967 English pressingVG+/M-$22
*SOLD* CARLEBACH, RABBI SHLOMO: Hanshomoh Loch (Songs Of My Soul) - US (Zimra Z-201) MONO -- original US pressing; choir and orchestra conducted by Milt Okun; cover has clear tape on top seam; record slight VG up to EX; mostly VG+VG(+)/VG+*SOLD*
CARLOS, ROBERTO: Roberto Carlos - US (Caytronics CYS 1255) 1970s Stereo -- original US pressing (probably mid-1970s); basically American release of 1970 Brazilian CBS LP but with eleven tracks instead of twelve; cover mostly still in shrink wrap with lite mark on front; record EX to M-; songs include: Ana, Uma Palavra Amiga, Vista A Roupa Meu Bem, Meu Pequeno Cachoeiro (Meu Cachoeiro), O Astronauta, Se Eu Pudesse Voltar No Tempo, Preciso Lhe Encontrar, Minha Senhora, Jesus Cristo, Pra Voc�, 120... 150... 200 Km Por HoraEX-/EX+$25
CARLTON, LARRY: Sleepwalk - US (Warner BSK 3635) 1982 Stereo -- Original US pressing; cover in shrink wrapEX/M-$14
CARLTON, LARRY: Strikes Twice - US (Warner BSK 3380) 1980 Stereo -- Original US pressing; includes custom Inner Sleeve; cover in shrink wrap; record EX/EX+EX/EX$11
CARMEN, ERIC: Boats Against The Current - US (Arista AB 4124) 1977 Stereo -- of The RASPBERRIES; songs besides the title track include: "Marathon Man," "Love Is All That Matters," and "She Did It"; cover has sawmark and corner bump; original US pressingEX-/SEALED$11
CARMICHAEL, HOAGY: Hoagy Carmichael Sings Hoagy Carmichael - UK (MCA MCL 1620) 1970s MONO -- English pressing; just very lite surface marks: could play VG+ to EX; includes "Stardust," "Hong Kong Blues," "Georgia On My Mind," "Ole Buttermilk Sky" and twelve other songsEX/VG+$12
CARMICHAEL, RALPH: I Looked For Love - US (Light LS-5510) 1960s Stereo -- Original US pressing; cover has tiny clear tape on bottom seam and lite seamwear top; album includes Light label inner sleeve (some seam tears but it's the original sleeve); record VG(+) to VG++VG+/VG+$16
CARMICHAEL, RALPH & THE YOUNG PEOPLE: Our Front Porch - US (Light LS-5560) 1970 Stereo -- Original US pressing; cover in shrink wrap; record slight EX to mostly M-EX/EX+$18
CARPENTER, MARY CHAPIN: Hometown Girl - US (Columbia BFC 40758) 1987 Stereo -- Original US pressing; includes custom Inner Sleeve with lyrics; cover in shrink wrap; record slight EX to mostly M-EX/EX+$22
CARR, COOKIE: Cool Organ With A Solid Beat - US (Grand Award G.A. 33-397) 1960s MONO -- original US mono pressing; with Al Caiola, guitar; Sandy Block, bass, Cliff Leeman, drums; and Moe Wechsler, piano; visually VG- but most of LP probably plays VGVG+/VG-$6
CARR, VIKKI: Intimate Excitement - US (Pickwick SPC-3587) 1978 Stereo -- lots of Latin songs (especially Brazilian) including "Mas Que Nada," "Chove Chuva" and "Pretty Butterfly" plus "Going Out Of My Head"; reissue of Liberty label material; original US Pickwick label pressingEX/SEALED$12
CARRADINE, JOHN: O. Henry's The Gift Of The Magi - US (E. F. MacDonald EFMX62) 1962 Stereo -- Side One features actor John Carradine narrating the O. Henry story while Side Two contains Christmas songs performed by 101 Strings and the French choir Les Djinns; original US pressingEX/EX$15
CARROLL, DIAHANN: No Strings - US (Capitol SO 1695) 1962 Stereo -- original US pressing; Diahann Carroll and Richard Kiley in Richard Rodgers' musical; used album: will be slight noise in passage so sold 'as is'; small staple-hole in coverVG+/G+$6
CARTER, RON: Blues Farm - US (CTI 6027) 1973 Stereo -- Original US pressing with gatefold cover; record EX to M-; album has CTI inner sleeveVG+/EX+$15
CASALS: Bach - US (Angel COLH 16-18) 1960s Stereo -- original US pressing; 3 LPs sold as a set; covers are all nice; records grade between slightly EX to M-; mostly EX+; set includes 20-Page BookletEX/EX$125
CASALS, PABLO: Beethoven Eighth + Mendelssohn Fourth - US (Columbia MS 6931) 1960s Stereo -- Casals conducting the Marlboro Festival Orchestra; original US 2-Eye pressing; vinyl has just lite marks: should play VG+ to EXEX-/VG+$11
CASALS, PABLO: Conducts Six Brandenburg Concertos - US (Columbia M2S 731) Stereo -- original US pressing; 3LPs in box set; the two records with the Concertos grade EX to M-; the bonus Historical Document LP has a small vg+ spot but is mostly EX/EX+EX-/EX+$15
CASCADES: Maybe The Rain Will Fall - US (UNI 73069) 1969 Stereo -- original US pressing; cover has some clear tape top and bottom; cutout hole; some ring; tiny tear back cover bottom; record VG+ to EX+VG+/EX-$13
CASHMAN PISTILLI & WEST: Cashman Pistilli & West - US (Capitol ST-211) 1969 Stereo -- original US black rainbow label press; excellent singer songwriter soft rock; much of the record is EX+; some clear tape on top and bottom seams; group also recorded as THE BUCHANAN BROTHERS ('Medicine Man' etc)VG+/EX$15
CASHMAN & WEST: American City Suite 10" Promo - US (ABC/Dunhill SPDJ-17) 1972 Stereo -- Original US White Label pressing; Special 10-inch LP; cover has small stains at bottom and tape on one seam: G+ to VG; record VG+ to VG++VG-/VG+$12
CASHMAN & WEST: Lifesong - US (Dunhill DSD-50179) 1974 Stereo -- original US pressing; duo earlier recorded as The MORNING MIST and The BUCHANAN BROTHERS ("Medicine Man"); this was their last of four albums as a duo; Cashman later recorded "Talkin' Baseball."; sealed copy; cover has small cut cornerEX/SEALED$13
CASSIDY, DAN: Dan Cassidy - US (Little David LD 1002) 1970 Stereo -- singer songwriter; lead guitar by Mike Deasy; album includes custom inner sleeve with lyrics and photo; sawmark; other musicians include Kenny Rankin, Jim Horn, Jim Keltner, Larry Knechtel, Carl RadleEX/M-$14
CASSIDY, DAVID: Rock Me Baby - US (Bell 1109) 1972 Stereo -- original US pressing; Top 40 Hits include "Rock Me Baby" and "How Can I Be Sure"; produced by Wes Farrell; very-tiny-rubs on cover; most of the record is M-; hard to find this LP in this nice shapeEX/EX+$10
CASSIDY, SHAUN: Under Wraps - US (Warner / Curb BSK 3222) 1978 Stereo -- original US pressing; produced by MICHAEL LLOYD; 'Our Night' was Top 100 single; tiny-sawmark; includes custom Inner Sleeve; record EX to M-EX/EX+$11
CATE BROS.: Cate Bros. - US (Asylum 7E-1050) 1975 Stereo -- original US White Label Promo pressing; record mostly M-EX-/EX+$12
CATE BROS.: Cate Bros. Band - US (Asylum 7E-1116) 1977 Stereo -- original US pressing; contains "Yield Not To Temptation"; album includes custom inner sleeve with photos and lyrics; sawmarkEX/M-$10
CAVALIERE, FELIX: Destiny - US (Bearsville BR 6958) 1975 Stereo -- former vocalist and organist for the Young Rascals; original US pressing; cover mostly still in shrink wrap; great backup players include Buzz Feitin, Rick Marotta, Dave Sanborn, Steve Khan, Elliot Randall, Leslie WestEX/EX$11
CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL JAZZ LAB: Magic Circus - US (Baldwin CS 7860) 1974 Stereo -- original US pressing; cover has some lite seamwear and small split top; record VG+ to VG++; songs include: The Magic Circus, No Harmful Slide Effects, Nice and Easy, Us, Mexicali Nose, Pocahantas, Lonesome, Country Road, Big Mama CassVG(+)/VG+$80
CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM: I Could Have Danced All Night - US (Music Factory MFS-12003) 1968 Stereo -- original US pressing; good Canadian soul blues psych band with some horns AND some fuzz; produced by Tom Wilson; cover mostly in shrink wrap: cutout hole + a few lite marks and small dings plus a long thin line on back; members connected to PEPPER TREE and LIGHTHOUSE; engineered by Gary Kellgren + Eddie Kramer; Tom Wilson productions include: DYLAN; ZAPPA; SOFT MACHINE; BLUES PROJECT; Gary Kellgren engineered: HENDRIX; Fraternity Of Man; BEACON STREET UNION; and ZAPPA; songs include: Sweet Hot Lucy; Mystery Lady; Silence In My Room; I'm My Own KeeperVG+/M-$15
CERRONE: Cerrone's Paradise - US (Cotillion SD 9917) 1977 Stereo -- Jean-Marc Cerrone; influential disco producer in 1970's and 80's; title track is side-long at 16:30; as with the production work of Giorgioi Moroder, Cerrone's arrangements also later influenced the techno-ambient-house-electronica styles; removable sticker on coverVG+/M-$14
CHAMBERLAIN, RICHARD: Theme From Dr. Kildare And Other Favorites - US (Metro MS-564) 1966 Stereo -- original US Stereo pressing; black label with silver print; cover has tiny tear on front; record VG to VG+VG+/VG(+)$8
CHAMBERS BROTHERS: Right Move - US (Avco AV-69003) 1975 Stereo -- original US pressing; produced by David Rubinson; songs include "Crazy 'Bout the Ladies" and "Smack Dab in the Middle"; album includes Avco Inner Sleeve; cover has tiny mark on front and sawmarkEX-/M-$14
CHAMBERS BROTHERS: Unbonded - US (Avco AV-11013) 1973 Stereo -- produced by Jimmy Ienner; songs include "Let's Go Let's Go Let's Go," "Do You Believe in Magic" and "Gypsy Woman"; sawmarkEX/M-$18
CHANTICLEER: On Tour - US (Sounds Wonderful SW-8101) 1981 Stereo -- original US pressing; sealedEX/SEALED$15
CHAPLIN, CHARLIE: Countess From Hong Kong - US (Decca DL 1501) 1967 Stereo -- original US pressing with gatefold cover; cover has some staining on front and small cutout hole; has attached booklet inside: booklet is VG with wrinkling; cover has tiny writing and small ring on back; record itself VG+ to EX+VG/EX-$9
CHARLES SINGERS, RAY: Slices Of Life - US (Command 942 S) 1970s Stereo -- original US pressing with Gatefold Cover; released around 1969-70; tiny cutout holeEX/SEALED$10
CHARLIE: Lines - US (Janus JXS-7036) 1978 Stereo -- original US pressing; album includes custom inner sleeve; cover in Shrink Wrap; cutoutEX/M-$14
CHER: Foxy Lady - US (Kapp KRS-5514) 1972 Stereo -- two singles charted from the LP: "Don't Hide Your Love" and "Living In A House Divided"; cut cornerEX/SEALED$12
CHERRY, DON: Take A Message To Mary - US (Monument SLP 18109) 1968 Stereo -- original US pressing; cover has tiny tear on front; record VG+ to EXVG+/EX-$12
CHERRY HILL HIGH SCHOOL EAST STAGE BAND & ORCHESTRA: Catharsis '72 - US (AMP 7242) 1972 Stereo -- original US pressing; Featuring the Symphonic Winds Orchestra and Stage Band I; cover in shrink wrap but with some lite foxing / small stains on back under shrink (only text on back is ad for AMP Recordings); record EX/EX+; songs include: STAGE BAND I: West Side Story; Movement For Orchestra (Nelhybel); Here's That Rainy Day; Peanut Vendor; SYMPHONIC WINDS: Acclamation (Smith); Enigma Variations; Italian In Algiers (Rossini-Cailliet)EX-/EX$75
CHERRY PEOPLE: Cherry People - US (Heritage HTS 35000) 1968 Stereo -- original US deep groove pressing; 60s band with Punky Meadows before ANGEL; much of the textured Gatefold Cover is still shrink wrap; cutout hole; contains 'And Suddenly' northern soul; Heritage label was subsidiary of MGMEX/M-$18
CHESKEY, LARRY & HIS ORCHESTRA: Recorded Live At A Polish Party Volume III - US (Tifton TS 74) 1970s Stereo -- original US pressing; cover in shrink wrap; record VG+ to EX+EX/EX$10
CHICAGO: Chicago Transit Authority - US (Columbia GP 8) 1969 Stereo -- Original 1969 US 360 Sound 'two-eye' label pressing with great sound; 1A matrix on all four sides!; records visually grade VG to some VG+; one lite scratch at the end of 'Freeform Guitar' and first 20 seconds of 'South California Purples' plays VG otherwise this hot first pressing plays mostly VG+; cover has ring - moreso on front and lite seamwear: VG/VG+VG(+)/VG(+)$75
CHIEFTAINS: Live! - US (Island ILPS 9501) 1977 Stereo -- original US pressing: black label; cover has cut corner and lite ring lite seamwear; record EX to M-VG+/EX+$10
CHILD, MARILYN & GLENN YARBROUGH: Sing Folk Songs - US (Elektra EKL-143) 1958 MONO -- Original US mono pressing with grey label; cover VG to VG+; record VG to VG+; Glenn Yarbrough - before he was in the Limeliters?; Erik Darling on banjo on a couple of songsVG(+)/VG(+)$12
*SOLD* CHINA BALLET TROUPE: Red Detachment Of Women - US (Everest 3338) 1970s Stereo -- Original US pressing; "Highlights from the Modern Chinese Revolutionary Ballet (Performed for President Nixon on his visit to China in 1972); cover in shrink wrap with small corner bump bottom; I bought still sealed and opened only to confirm label and pressing; record unplayed but with tiny surface storage smudges: EX to M-EX/EX+*SOLD*
CHIPMUNKS: Twelve Days Of Christmas - US (Pickwick SPC-1035) 1974 Stereo -- excellent condition LP in Plain White Cover; reissue of 1960 LP (abridged??)EX/VG+$10
CHIRCO: Visitation - US (Crested Butte CB 701) 1972 Stereo -- original US White Label Promo pressing; excellent 70s rock recording with progressive feel and some fuzz ; cover VG to VG+ with some seamwear and a couple small seam splits: front and back have tiny ring and are closer to VG+; record itself very slight EX- to mostly EX/EX+; album includes Crested Butte Inner SleeveVG(+)/EX$95
CHOCOLATECLAY: Chocolateclay - US (Cat 2610) 1977 Stereo -- original US pressing; Clay Cropper and George 'Chocolate' Perry; backed by Harold Seay on drums and Joe 'Smokey' Milleron sax; good funky soul-rockEX/M-$100
CHOIR OF MONKS OF ST. PIERRE DE SOLESMES: Gregorian Chant - Noel - US (Peters International PLE 013) 1970 Stereo -- original US pressing; Midnight Mass For Christmas Eve and Mass For Christmas DayVG+/EX$12
CHORALIERS: World's Most Honored Family Singing And Listening Songs - US (Longines / Columbia XTV 86149/86) 1970s Stereo -- Original US pressing; 10-LP Boxed Set; "Produced in 'Living Sound' by Columbia Records" / Columbia Special Products; box is in VG+/VG++ condition; ten records: two songs have a scratch in them plus one or two small VG+ spots -- rest of the 20 sides are EX to M-VG+/VG++$19
CHRISTIAN: Christian - CAN (Can-Base CBI-5001) 1972 Stereo -- original Canadian pressing of rock band from Vancouver; members include Howard Leese previously was in THE ZOO ('Presents Chocolate Moose' LP on Sunburst) and who'd later work with HEART; textured gatefold cover has some small marks plus some seamwear; small clear tape on bottom seam: overall VG up to VG+; record EX- to EX+VG(+)/EX$75
CHRISTIE, LOU: I'm Gonna Make You Mine - US (Buddah BDS 5052) 1969 Stereo -- original US pressing; title song was a Top 10 Hit in the US; cover VG+ to EX with tiny-sawmarkVG+/M-$15
CHRISTL, MARGARET: Looking Towards Home - CAN (Logan's Line Records WRC1-3529) 1984 Stereo -- Original Canadian pressing includes custom Inner Sleeve with lyrics; cover has small sticker on back at bottom and tiny corner bump; record very slight EX to mostly M-EX-/EX+$30
CIRO BARRERA: Ciro Barrera - US (Normex NX-6020) 1973 Stereo -- original US pressing; cover still has some shrink wrap on it; record VG+ to mostly EX/EX+EX/EX-$20
CITADEL: Citadel - US (Boltax BOL 711) 1979 Stereo -- original US pressing; American pomp prog rock band from East Coast area (LP recorded in NYC); musically in vein of Styx Kansas Starcastle etc; cover in shrink wrap; record slight EX: mostly M-EX/EX+$45
CLARK, PETULA: Greatest Hits - US (Applause APLP 1015) 1982 Stereo -- US pressing; songs include "Downtown," "Don't Sleep In The Subway," and "I Know A Place"; I don't know if these are the original recordings or 1982 re-recordings ...VG+/EX$11
CLARK, PETULA: These Are My Songs - US (Warner WS 1698) 1967 Stereo -- original gold label pressing with Warner Inner SleeveEX/EX$12
CLASSICS IV: Song - US (Liberty LST 11003) 1970 Stereo -- original US pressing; as Dennis Yost & The Classics IV; gatefold cover; small cut cornerEX-/SEALED$15
CLAY, TOM: What The World Needs Now Is Love - US (Mowest MW 103-L) 1971 Stereo -- original US pressing on Motown subsidiary label; LA dj creates a topical Hit Single with the title song; other songs include 'Both Sides Now,' 'What's Going On,' 'Mac Arthur Park,' and 'Bridge Over Troubled Water'; cover has tiny notch; record slight VG to VG+(+)VG+/VG+$12
CLAYDERMAN, RICHARD: A Romantic Christmas - US (Columbia PC 40190) 1985 Stereo -- original US pressing; record slight VG+ to mostly EXEX/EX-$10
CLAYTON, PAUL: Foc'sle Songs And Shanties - US (Folkways FA 2429) 1959 MONO -- original US mono pressing with Booklet; blue label with silver print (might be post-1959 pressing?); record EX to M-EX-/EX+$45
CLAYTON, PAUL: Whaling And Sailing Songs - US (Tradition TLP 1005) 1970s Stereo -- great folk LP; full title: "Whaling And Sailing Songs From The Days of Moby Dick"; originally recorded in 1956 this is probably about an early-1970s stereo reissue with yellow cover and probably orange labelEX/SEALED$18
CLEGG, JOHN & HIS ORCHESTRA: And Still I Love You - US (RCA LSP-1916) 1959 Stereo -- original US Living Stereo pressing; deep groove label 1s/1s; album includes RCA 'What Is Stereophonic Sound?' inner sleeve; cover has tiny sticker on front and small writing on back and small corner bump; tough-to-find LSP title; record VG+ to EX+VG+/EX-$30
CLEGG, JOHN & HIS ORCHESTRA: Music For Nervous People - US (RCA LSP-1732) 1958 Stereo -- original US Living Stereo pressing; cool John Osborn artwork on cover; John Clegg And His Orchestra; cover VG+ to EX with small clear tape top seam; record VG to VG+EX-/VG(+)$14
CLEMENCIC, RENE: The Bird Fancyer's Delight - US (Vanguard Cardinal VCS-10086) 1970 Stereo -- original US pressing; recorder LP: subtitled: 'And Other Dulcet Discourses on the Recorder'; Clemencic on renaissance and baroque recorders; music of the era by Frescobaldi, Telemann, Van Eyck, Vivaldi, de Koninck, etcEX-/M-$15
CLEMENTS, VASSAR: Vassar Clements - US (Mercury SRM-1-1022) 1975 Stereo -- great country/bluegrass fiddler; was in OLD & IN THE WAY with Garcia etc.; cover has small clear tape one seam: mostly VG+ with some seamwear; record slight VG+ to mostly EX/EX+ outstanding backup players include John McEuen, Marty Stewart, Charlie Daniels, and John HartfordVG+/EX$12
CLIBURN, VAN: Tchaikovsky Concerto No. 1 - US (RCA LSC-2252) 1958 Stereo -- original US Shaded Dog pressing; 1s/1s; deep groove label; Kiril Kondrashin conducting; cover nice VG to VG+ with some small dings along opening and small split top seam; record slight VG+ up to some EX+; mostly nice VG++VG(+)/EX$25
CLIFF, JIMMY: Reggae Greats - US (Mango MLPS 9794) 1984 Stereo -- Original US pressing; sealed; cover has a couple small corner bumpsEX-/SEALED$20
CLINIC: Now We're Even - US (Roulette SR-3010) 1973 Stereo -- Original US White Label Promo pressing; cover has lite wear and dj stamp on back and very tiny split top seam; record EX to M-; includes Roulette inner sleeveVG+/EX+$50
CLIQUE: Sugar On Sunday - US (White Whale WW 7126) 1969 Stereo -- original US pressing; contains the song "Superman" which was covered by REM; produced by GARY ZEKLEY; cover has a couple tiny corner bumps; record slight EX to mostly M-EX-/EX+$20
CLOVERS: The Original Love Potion No. 9 - US (Grand Prix K-428) 1964 MONO -- original US mono pressing; record VG to VG+VG(+)/VG(+)$15
COATES JR., JOHN: Tokyo Concert - US (Omnisound N-1032) 1979 Stereo -- original US Digital recording; concert recorded at Seibu Theater, November 28, 1979; album includes Omnisound label insertEX/M-$16
COCCIANTE, RICHARD: Richard Cocciante - US (20th Century T-504) 1976 Stereo -- original US pressing; ENNIO MORRICONE helped with arrangements/production; gatefold cover still in Shrink Wrap; small cut corner; Riccardo Cocciante, Italian singer songwriter; includes song When Love Has Gone AwayEX/M-$14
COLE, NAT KING: Deluxe Set: 3-LP Box - US (Capitol STCL 2873) 1968 Stereo -- 3-LP Boxed Set with over 30 of his greatest hits; original US pressing rainbow label; records are overall mostly M-EX/EX+$20
COLE, NAT KING: Looking Back - US (Capitol T 2361) 1965 MONO -- original US mono pressing; part of back cover faded but still mostly in shrink wrapEX/VG$7
COLE, NAT KING & GEORGE SHEARING: Nat King Cole Sings / George Shearing Plays - US (Capitol SM-1675) 1970s MONO -- yellow label later pressing; record and cover in nice shapeEX/EX$11
COLE, NAT KING: Sinerely - US (Capitol T 2680) 1960s MONO -- original US mono pressing; cover has cutout holeVG+/EX$11
COLE, TONY: If the Music Stops - US (20th Century T-403) 1972 Stereo -- original US pressing; backed up by THE QUARTET, a late 60s UK band with Kevin Peek; they also backed up CLIFF RICHARD and later evolved into The TARNEY-SPENCER Band; Cole was later in NOIR; cover has cut corner and occasional tiny ding; album should include the cutom Insert with lyrics and creditsEX-/SEALED$13
COLE, TONY: If the Music Stops - US (20th Century T-403) 1972 Stereo -- original US Promo Label pressing; backed up by THE QUARTET, a late 60s UK band whose members included Kevin Peek; they also backed up CLIFF RICHARD and later evolved into The TARNEY-SPENCER Band; Cole himself was later in NOIR; album includes the custom Insert with lyrics and creditsEX-/M-$15
COLLEGIUM AUREUM: Bach Six Brandenburg Concertos - US (RCA VICS-6023) 1965 Stereo -- �Performed in Their Original Instrumentation;� US pressing; album has Two LPs plus 2-page Insert; cover has tiny sawmarkEX/M-$15
COLLINS, BRIAN: ABC Collection - US (ABC AC-30029) 1977 Stereo -- original US pressing with die-cut cover; contains good version of "Statue Of A Fool"; cover has small stain on front and small tear on back otherwise VG++VG(+)/SEALED$12
COLLINS, JUDY: In My Life - TAIW (Tongsheng MXL-1264) 1960s Stereo -- Taiwan pressing; black vinyl; sleeve is heavy paper wrapped in plastic outside and inside; record VG to VG+; one of many LPs that were pressed (usually) in Taiwan (or Hong Kong or Korea) and whose target market were the US servicemen in Vietnam; no inner sleeve as issued (inside cover has plastic wrap); many of these were 'cheapie' pressings so the record might or might not play quite up to the visual gradingVG+/VG(+)$10
COLLINS, JUDY: Recollections - TAIW (First FL-1929) 1960s Stereo -- Taiwan pressing; black vinyl; sleeve is heavy paper wrapped in plastic outside and inside; record VG+ to EX; one of many LPs that were pressed (usually) in Taiwan (or Hong Kong or Korea) and whose target market were the US servicemen in Vietnam; no inner sleeve as issued (inside cover has plastic wrap); many of these were 'cheapie' pressings so the record might or might not play quite up to the visual grading: could play with slightly more noise than grade would indicate (or could play better)VG+/EX-$15
COLLINS, JUDY: Wildflowers - TAIW (First FL-1742) 1960s Stereo -- Taiwan pressing; black vinyl; sleeve is heavy paper wrapped in plastic outside and inside; record viaually slight VG up to VG++; one of many LPs that were pressed (usually) in Taiwan (or Hong Kong or Korea) and whose target market were the US servicemen in Vietnam; no inner sleeve as issued (inside cover has plastic wrap); many of these were 'cheapie' pressings so the record might or might not play quite up to the visual grading: could play with slightly more noise than grade would indicate (or could play better)VG+/VG+$14
COLLINS SHEPLEY GALAXY: Time Space And The Blues - US (MTA NWS 2) 1970s Stereo -- original US pressing with Gatefold cover; Burt Collins and Joe Shepley; unipak cover has small cutout hole and lite mark on front and some corners bumped; record has small storage surface discoloration but is mostly M-; produced by Bob Thompson and arranged by Mike Abene; I think Herbie Hancock is on this as wellVG+/EX+$22
COLMAN, ERNIE & TRIO: Be Gentle Please! - US (Warner WS 1261) 1959 Stereo -- original US Stereo pressing; cool cover photo with Martini; album includes Warner Bros. 'Vitaphonic Stereo' inner sleeve; cover has corner bump; vinyl EX(-) to M-EX-/EX$18
COLTRANE, ALICE: Radha - Krsna Nama Sankirtana - US (Warner BS 2986) 1977 Stereo -- Original US pressing; cover has seamwear top seam otherwise VG+; record some EX to mostly M-VG(+)/EX+$14
COLTRANE, ALICE: Universal Consciousness - US (Impulse / ABC AS-9210) 1971 Stereo -- Original US pressing; gatefold cover has some ringwear moreso on back; record very nice; album has Impulse/ABC inner sleeveVG+/M-$48
COLTRANE, ALICE: World Galaxy - US (Impulse / ABC AS-9218) 1972 Stereo -- US pressing with gatefold cover design by Peter Max; 1972 black & red label; 'Alice Coltrane with Strings'; cutout hole; matrix RE2 L; includes version of John Coltrane's 'A Love Supreme' with guru Swami Satchidananda; cover has name written twice on inside + seamwear and some lite stains and rubs on front and back plus split on bottom seam: not cutout tho!; record VG to mostly VG+VG/VG(+)$25
COLTRANE, JOHN: Impressions - US (Impulse A-42) 1963 Stereo -- original stereo pressing but an different one: possibly export only(?) -- heavy HOLLAND PHILIPS label record in an original heavy US Gatefold cover (A-42); small sticker inside cover that says: "distributed by Philips' Phonographic Industries"; record has tiny VG-ish spot on side 2 otherwise it's entirely EX+/M-; wgt 1.5 lbEX-/EX-$60
COMO, PERRY: Como Swings - US (RCA LSP-2010) 1959 Stereo -- original US Living Stereo pressing; deep groove label (1s/1s); record VG+ to EX+VG+/EX-$13
COMO, PERRY: Season's Greetings - US (RCA LPM-2066) 1959 MONO -- original US Black Label mono pressing; cover close to EX; record has mostly just lite marks and probably VG to mostly VG+ playEX-/VG(+)$7
COMO, PERRY: Sings Merry Christmas Music - US (RCA Camden CAS 660(e)) 1961 Stereo -- original US pressingVG+/VG(+)$7
COMO, PERRY: The Perry Como Christmas Album - US (RCA LSP-4016) 1968 Stereo -- orange label US pressingEX/VG+$11
COMSTOCK, FRANK: Patterns - US (Columbia CL 1156) 1958 MONO -- original pressing, 6-eye logo; Comstock with his OrchestraVG+/VG$7
CONCEPTION CORPORATION: Pause In The Disaster - US (Cotillion SD 9031) 1970 Stereo -- original US White Label Promo pressing; two small dj stickers on front; great hip 1960s comedy troupe likened to Firesign Theatre meets Laugh-InEX/EX+$18
CONIFF, RAY & BILLY BUTTERFIELD: Coniff Meets Butterfield - US (Columbia CS 8155) 1959 Stereo -- original US 6-eye label pressing (1959); record slight VG to VG+(+)VG+/VG(+)$7
CORE OF ROCK VOL. 2: Blues Project, Richie Havens, etc. - US (MGM SE-4718) 1970 Stereo -- original US pressing; also with Eric Burdon, Simon Stokes, A.B. Skhy, The Enemys, Michael Parks, Tommy Edwards, and Freda Payne; cutout hole; small clear tape topVG+/EX+$14
COREA, CHICK: Secret Agent - US (Polydor PD-1-6176) 1978 Stereo -- original US pressing with custom inner sleeve with photo and lyrics; record VG+ to EXVG+/VG+$8
CORNELIUS BROS & SISTER ROSE: Big Time Lover - US (United Artists UA-LA121-F) 1973 Stereo -- original US pressing; gatefold cover still in shrink wrap with cut corner; album was sealed and opened by me only to inspect label/pressing; album includes custom Inner SleeveEX/M-$15
CORONADOS: Hey Love! - US (Jubilee JGS 8022) 1969 Stereo -- original US stereo deep groove pressing; cover has lite seamwear; songs include: Hey Love, My Melancholy Baby, Love Is Blue, Legend Of The Volcanoes, Peepin' N Hidin', Good Morining New Day, Those Were The Days, The World Belongs To You, Trip To Loveland, Your Love Belongs To Everyone, My Elise, Not At AllEX-/M-$25
CORPORATE BODY: Prospectus '69 - US (MGM SE-4624) 1969 Stereo -- original US pressing of another MGM label 60's obscurity; soul rock popsike from 1969; cover in Shrink Wrap with cutout hole and tiny corner bump; album includes MGM inner sleeveEX/M-$24
CORPORATION: Corporation - US (Capitol ST 175) 1969 Stereo -- Original US pressing; very interesting late-60s jazzrock/psych album; obscure and rare major label release on original rainbow Capitol label; cover has lite foxing and tiny stain on back and some seamwear on title seam but no splits: VG to mostly VG+; record VG+ to VG++VG+/EX-$100
CORRELL, BOBBY: Rapsodia - US (Discos Corona DCL 1063) 1960s MONO -- original US mono pressing; cover in shrink wrap; record EX to M-EX-/EX+$20
CORRIES: Live At The Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh - US (Fiesta FLPS 1798) 1971 Stereo -- US release of 13-song album which had been released in the UK on the CBS label; slight ringwear on coverVG/M-$12
CORTESE, DOMINIC: Accordion Italy - US (Time 52048) 1960s MONO -- original US pressing; Bobby Shad (I'm guessing) produced; Phil Bodner woodwinds; record VG to VG+VG+/VG(+)$13
CORTEZ, DAVE 'BABY': Happy Organ - US (RCA LPM-2099) 1959 MONO -- Original US mono pressing; cover in shrink wrap!; deep groove label pressing with 1s/1s stampers; record grades slight VG+ up to EX+; album includes RCA inner sleeveEX/EX$60
CORTEZ, DAVE 'BABY': Rinky Dink - US (Coronet CX-223) 1960s MONO -- original US mono pressing; record slight VG+ up to EX+; label gives title as just 'Rinky Dink' while cover seems to call it 'Playing His Hit Rinky Dink'VG+/EX$25
CORVALAN, OCTAVIO: Argentine Folk Songs - US (Folkways FW 6810) 1953 MONO -- scarce original US 10-Inch LP; mono pressing; deep groove blue label with silver print; textured cover with paste-on slick; 10-inch LP includes Booklet (EX-); record has a mark in one song (Cuando Yo Me Muera) which causes two quick Skips -- otherwise the rest of the record is visually G+ to VG and plays mostly VG to even some VG+; SOLD AS IS because of skipVG+/G+$8
CORYELL, LARRY: Restful Mind - US (Vanguard VSD 79353) 1975 Stereo -- original US pressing: gold label with Vanguard inner sleeve; cover has lite ring and lite seamwear; record slight EX to mostly M-; musicians include Ralph Towner, Collin Walcott, and Glen MooreVG+/EX+$11
COSBY, BILL: At Last Bill Cosby Really Sings - US (Partee PBS-2405) 1974 Stereo -- Original US pressing; gatefold cover has some seamwear and corner bumps; front and back are fairly nice; record nice; Stu Gardner production for Stax recordsVG+/M-$25
*SOLD* COTTON LLOYD AND CHRISTIAN: Cotton Lloyd & Christian - US (20th Century Fox T-487) 1975 Stereo -- original US pressing includes custom Insert with lyrics and photo; cover has lite wear and cut corner and crease at opening; record EX to M-; songs include: Don't Play With The One Who Loves You; I Go To Pieces; Robot Man; I Can Sing, I Can Dance; Tommy Medley; You're Gonna Find Love; Baby Love; Mr. Rock 'N' Roll; Love Me Away; (You've Given Me) SunshineVG+/EX+*SOLD*
COTTON LLOYD AND CHRISTIAN: Cotton Lloyd & Christian - US (20th Century Fox T-487) 1975 Stereo -- Original US Promo pressing with custom Insert; cover has lite ring and a few bumps and rubs; record nice: EX to mostly M-; cover has two tiny removeable stickers on front; songs include: Don't Play With The One Who Loves You; I Go To Pieces; Robot Man; I Can Sing, I Can Dance; Tommy Medley; You're Gonna Find Love; Baby Love; Mr. Rock 'N' Roll; Love Me Away; (You've Given Me) SunshineVG+/EX+$22
COTTON LLOYD AND CHRISTIAN: Number Two - US (20th Century Fox T-519) 1976 Stereo -- Original US pressing; cover has cut corner and lite wearEX-/M-$20
COTTONWOOD: Camaraderie - US (ABC ABCS-729) 1971 Stereo -- original US pressing with Gatefold cover; record very slight EX(-) to mostly EX/EX+VG+/EX$25
COULSON DEAN MCGUINNESS FLINT: Lo & Behold - US (Sire SAS-7405) 1972 Stereo -- original US pressing; hot master by Robert Ludwig; Sterling Sound; all Bob Dylan songs: many obscure and top-notch versions; cover in shrink wrap with tiny cutout hole in bottom corner; record looks M- and is unplayed: album was sealed and I opened only to confirm that it's the Ludwig masterEX/M-$30
COUNTRY GAZETTE: All This And Money Too! - US (Ridge Runner RRR-0017) 1979 Stereo -- original small label US pressing; great 'newgrass' band with Roland White, Alan Munde, Michael Anderson, and Joe Carr; cut cornerEX-/EX+$11
COUNTRY GENTLEMEN: River Bottom - US (Sugar Hill SH-3723) 1981 Stereo -- great bluegrass band; Charlie Waller, Rick Allred, Kent Dowell, Bill Yates; cover has cut corner; original US pressing; record VG+ to EXVG+/EX-$10
COUNTRY JOE & THE FISH: Electric Music For Mind And Body - US (Vanguard VRS 9244) 1967 MONO -- original US MONO pressing; silver label; a Classic West Coast Psych LP in its original and rare mono version; great guitar and organ; great songs -- and all in glorious monaural sound; cover has lite wear around the edges but front is nice VG+; back is VG/VG+ with just two small stains at the opening; record visually is VG/VG+ with mostly just lite scuffs; last two songs on the album (Masked Marauder and Grace) have lite scratches; record plays slight VG to mostly VG+; despite what some sources say, the silver label is the only one I've ever seen for mono copies of this albumVG(+)/VG(+)$80
COUNTRY JOE & THE FISH: I Feel Like I'm Fixin To Die - US (Vanguard VRS 9266) 1967 MONO -- original US Mono pressing with silver label and includes the Bonus 'Fish GAME'; cover VG+ to EX: has very tiny tear on front and small cutout hole in corner and tiny writing on back; record has a couple of tiny lite marks: overall EX+ (tiny EX- up to M-)EX-/EX$100
COUNTRY JOE & THE FISH: Together - US (Vanguard VSD-79277) 1968 Stereo -- original US pressing; gold label and gatefold cover; cutout hole; album includes Vanguard inner sleeveEX/M-$15
COUNTY, WAYNE & ELECTRIC CHAIRS: Storm The Gates Of Heaven - UK (Safari Good 1) 1978 Stereo -- Original UK pressing (B2/A2 matrix); includes Insert; gray-pink marble vinyl; cover has lite seamwear and a couple corner bumps; record EX/M-; Wayne/Jayne CountyVG+/EX+$28
COUZA, JIM: Enchanted Valley: Works Played On Hammered Dulcimer - US (Musical Heritage Society MHS 7202X) 1985 Stereo -- Original US pressing; record slight EX up to M-VG++/EX+$15
COWARD, NOEL: In New York - US (Columbia ML 5163) 1960s MONO -- piano, orchestra and arrangements by Peter Matz; very small sticker residue on back cover; grey masterworks label; songs include: I Like America; Louisa; I Went To A Marvelous Party; New York Medley; The Party's Over NowEX/VG+$12
COWSILLS: Captain Sad And His Ship Of Fools - US (MGM SE-4554) 1968 Stereo -- original US pressing with Gatefold cover; contains the Hit "Indian Lake"; LP includes MGM Inner SleeveEX-/EX$11
COX, DANNY: Feel So Good - US (Casablanca NBLP 7008) 1974 Stereo -- original US pressing; cover in Shrink Wrap; tiny cut cornerEX/M-$12
CRAMER, FLOYD: Here's What's Happening! - US (RCA LSP-3746) 1967 Stereo -- original pressing, cover in Shrink Wrap; 'what's happening' in 1967 includes versions of "Good Vibrations," "Rain on the Roof," and "Louie Louie"; vinyl nice VG+ to mostly EXEX/EX$12
CRANE, LES: Desiderata with Poster - US (Warner BS 2570) 1971 Stereo -- Original US pressing with POSTER (harder to find WITH the poster!); cover has tiny staple holes in one corner: close to EX; record VG+ to EX; poster nice VG++VG+/EX-$17
CRAWFORD, JESSE: Organ & Chimes For Christmas - US (Hurrah H-X12) 1960s MONO -- original US pressingVG/VG$7
CREAM: Goodbye - US (Atco SD 7001) 1969 Stereo -- original US pressing with yellow label; Gatefold cover has some wear at edges and small split top and bottom seam; tiny writing on front; record visually VG to VG+ but probably plays mostly at least VG+; small writing on label; album has Atco inner sleeve; deadwax / trailoff has "AT" and handwritten matrix info; no posterVG(+)/VG+$17
CREAM: Goodbye with Poster - US (Atco SD 7001) 1969 Stereo -- original US pressing; includes BONUS POSTER; gatefold cover has slight seamwear and small split top seam and tiny drillhole in bottom corner; Poster in EX condition; yellow label record in beautiful shape: very slight EX to mostly M-; Handwritten matrix info in deadwax / trailoff with "AT"VG+/EX+$48
CROSBY, BING: Christmas With Bing - US (RCA / Reader's Digest RDA-175/D) 1980 Stereo -- includes Warner and Capitol recordings; US pressingEX/VG(+)$8
CROSBY, BING: I Wish You A Merry Christmas - US (Warner 1484) 1962 Stereo -- original US Stereo pressing with gold label; cover has tiny sticker on front: VG+ to VG++; record VG to VG+; album includes Warner inner sleeveVG+/VG(+)$12
CROSBY, STILLS & NASH: Crosby Stills & Nash - US (Atlantic SD 8229) 1969 Stereo -- original US pressing: deep groove red-green label with 1841 Broadway address and CTH matrix; plus has textured gatefold cover and lyrics Insert; small name stamped on front cover and name stamped on side 1 of label otherwise cover is VG+/VG++; record EX/EX+VG+/EX$45
CROSS, MIKE: Rock 'n' Rye - US (Ghe Records GR 1004) 1980 Stereo -- original US pressing; cover has cut cornerEX-/M-$11
CRUSADERS: The Vocal Album - US (MCA 42057) 1987 Stereo -- original US pressingEX/M-$12
CRUZ & COLON: Only They Could Have Made This Album - US (Vaya JMVS-66) 1977 Stereo -- original US pressing; one corner bumpedEX-/SEALED$22
CUBEDO, MANUEL: Rodrigo Guitar Concerto - UK (Contour 2870 365) 1974 Stereo -- English pressingEX/M-$20
CUFF LINKS: Cuff Links - US (Decca DL 75235) 1970 Stereo -- original US pressing; their second album; cover in Shrink Wrap; cutout hole; tiny tear on one seam; Paul Vance and Lee Pockriss continue the Cuff Links with Rupert Holmes singing lead and doing some more arranging; 'Run Sally Run' was a moderate hitEX/M-$15
CUGAT, XAVIER: In Spain - US (RCA LSP-1894) 1959 Stereo -- original US Stereo pressing; deep groove label; cover has lite seamwear and small split top; record VG+ up to possibly EXVG(+)/VG+$18
CURB, MIKE: Mike Curb Congregation - US (Warner BS 3129) 1977 Stereo -- original US pressing; cover has ringwear and DJ sticker on front; vinyl EX to M-VG+/EX+$12
CURTIS, ALAN & ARTHUR HAAS: Bach Goldberg Variationen - GER (EMI 1C 151-30710/11) 1977 Stereo -- German pressing; 2-LP set in gatefold cover; removeable sticker on front coverEX-/M-$18
CYNARA E CYBELE: Cynara & Cybele - BRAZIL (CBS 37548) 1968 MONO -- original Brazilian mono pressing; arrangements by Dory Caymmi; album includes original CBS inner sleeve (VG); record very slight VG(+) up to EXVG+/EX-$70

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