Covers graded first. All records are stereo original 1st pressings unless otherwise stated.

Aorta- Same (Columbia US 68) VG/ VG+ 15 NEW!!!
One of the best US psych LPs, in my humble opinion, a trippy masterpiece. Sleeve shows medium wear, start of seam split top edge of opening side. Record looks pretty good with am few marks, plays with a bit of surface noise and occasional click.
Bram Stoker - Heavy Rock Spectacular (Windmill UK 72) VG++/VG++ 30
Long thought to be a bunch of session musicians pretending to be a prog band recording for a budget label, Bram Stoker were actually a real band and this is a really good prog rock LP that gets ignored because it isn't on Vertigo, Harvest or Deram. Vinyl looks EX, has a little light occasional surface noise, sleeve showing light general age wear.
Charlatans - Same (Philips US 69) VG/ VG+ 35 NEW!!!
One of the original San Francisco psychedelic bands with a rootsy bent, their debut LP didn't appear until 1969 meaning they never got their due as innovators. Great LP and quite undervalued, mixing marijuana Americana, psych, folk and blues. Has a few small marks that cause a little noise, but mostly plays great. Sleeve has top splitting about 6" in from front and tape residue in same place. Has a small deletion hole in middle.
Floor - 1st Floor (Philips Den 67) EX/ VG++ 45
Danish psych pop rarity with some nice studio experimentation - reverse tapes etc. First pressing with proof sleeve that has separate front and back, both in really nice condition, record a few superficial marks only. This copy is signed on the front by lead singer Jorgen Krabenhoft and he has also written a dedication on the inner sleeve.
Free Pop Electronic Concept - A New Exciting Experience (Palette NL 69) VG++/ EX 75
Wondering what to stick on at your next space age acid mod party? Look no further. Tight funky mod grooves with some wild guitar all smothered with mental outer space electronic effects bloops and bleeps. Like a groovier Pierre Henry and actually gets very intense, almost Velvets like on F.P.E.T. No. 1. Lovely Dutch original with fully laminated sleeve, just shy of EX due to dirt at bottom left back corner and a bit of laminate lift. Record has one minor mark, plays EX.
Graham Gouldman – The Graham Gouldman Thing (RCA Victor US 68) VG++/ VG+ 50
US only LP by future 10cc man who had been writing hits for others and radically reinterpretted some of those here along with some new compositions ranging from very well written art pop to more psych sounds. Sleeve just has a drill hole, otherwise EX, record would be EX but for some small marks on Pamela, Pamela that cause a little noise.
Neil Harrison - All Dressed Up With Nowhere To Go (Deram UK 74) EX/ M- 75 NEW!!!
Stunning copy of under the radar heavily Beatles influenced early 70s pop rock wonder on collectible label. Lovely baroque arrangements and imaginative songwriting makes this a bit of a lost classic. Looks like it hasn't been owned/played, amazing copy.
Tina Harvey - Same (UK Records UK 73) VG++/M- 20
Top copy of this bad girl’s great only LP, with a real mix of stuff from funk to soul to folk to fuzzed up dance floor smashers. Cover just has the beginnings of a little ring wear, vinyl looks unplayed
The Carolyn Hester Coalition - Same (Pye UK 69) EX/EX 45
Lovely UK first pressing of this psych/sunshine folk pop classic, close to M- for both record and sleeve.
Influence - Same (ABC US 68) EX/EX 50 RESERVED!
Adventurous Canadian deep psych classic that is varied and very imaginative. Lovely copy, slight wear to sleeve, bit of noise, comes with og company inner sleeve.
Charlatans - Same (Philips US 69) VG/ VG+ 30
Philamore Lincoln – The North Wind Blew South (Epic US 70) VG/VG++ 40
US only LP by this Brit and a mini-masterpiece of baroque psych pop and harder edged rockers. Sleeve shows ring wear and wear to edges, but no splits. Vinyl very nice, just one or two very light non-sounding scuffs.
Keith Mansfield - All you need is… (CBS UK 68) VG/VG+ 20
Some top funky big beat, big band, mod movers from Keith on thid one including great Hammond heavy versions of Soul Thing, Moanin’ and his own Boogaloo. Many other highlights though, with swinging takes on other top tunes. Sleeve has some staining on the reverse and undulation due to having possibly been damp at some point. Vinyl has superficial marks.
Primitives - Blow-Up (Piper Club It 67) VG+/F 15
1st press of fantastic mod/soul/freakbeat LP by Brit band only released in Italy at the time. Pretty rare, vinyl quite marked and unfortunately has some skips so a filler copy. Sleeve looks pretty nice, small tear on back cover.
Pulse - Same (Major Minor UK 68) VG+/VG+ 50
Heavy acid rock beast with swamp blues underpinnings. Scarce UK pressing which has minor faults, gerneral wear to sleeve, some marks on vinyl, looks nice and plays well with a little occasional niose.
Remo Four - Smile! (Star Club Ger 1967) VG/VG 75
Liverpool band who played the Hamburg club circuit and had their sole LP released only in Germany. This is a pure mod LP mixing up soul, beat, r'n'b and jazz and producing a really great LP. They were very tight and had a very cool sound I think. I'm pretty sure the sleeve is a proof, as it folds out and was never joined top and bottom, coming in a tight plastic sleeve instead. Record has quite a lot of surface marks, but plays pretty well with some surface noise.
Rugbys - Same (Exit Sp 69) VG++/ VG++ 30
Spanish issue of their Hot Cargo LP with a unique sleeve design and a great mixture of rock, power pop and garage psych, a bit similar to The Nazz. Front laminated sleeve has light general wear, record looks pretty nice, a few occasional clicks here and there.
Martha Velez - Fiends And Angels (London UK 69) VG/ EX 40 NEW!!!
Funky fiery rock/ blues/ R'n'B with the cream of Brit musicians backing up, including Eric Clapton, Jack Bruce and Brian Auger. Nice vinyl, sleeve front is fine, back has a couple of small sticker tears and residue.
Woody Kern - The Awful Disclosures Of Maria Monk (Pye UK 69) VG/ VG++ 45 NEW!!!
Their only LP and a fascinating mixture of psych, prog and blues with some jazzy moves. Sleeve has general wear, some laminate creasing, bit worn on reverse and a 3 inch split right side of bottom seam. Vinyl looks pretty good, light signs of use only, nothing significant and it plays really well. It's a long LP, close to an hour, so had to be pressed at low volume wih means it needs to be in decent condition to be enjoyed. So, tattyish sleeve, nice vinyl. Unfortunately, each side is too long to upload to Youtube so had to cut a track from each side.

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