Incredibly rare vinyl LP from 1972
Only issued as a private pressing in very small numbers
Probably less than 10 ever made
Only 5 or 6 have been seen in the 47 years since it was released
This is a beautiful album, just one (very young) man and an acoustic guitar
Robert Naylor died before realizing his full potential and these are probably the only known recordings by him.
Side 1 label is completely blank
Side 2 label has a dedication in blue ink which appears to be to Robert Naylor's Grandfather
The vinyl shows 4 or 5 noticeable marks on Side 2.
Very light marks only on Side 1.
These have very little effect on the playing as you can hear from the soundclips below.
I do not think the vinyl has been played much at all but does have these marks as noted above.
Also shows some spindle marks to Side 2
You can expect the odd click due to the nature of the music
Soundclips below play a clip from every track
Please note - the clips are VERY low quality mp3 files and the vinyl (mono) will sound much better.
Missing The Boat
Make Me A Christmas
What I Really Mean To Say
Patsy Anne (instrumental)
A London Dawn
Would You Like To Believe?
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