July 16, 2017
Start Date: July 16, 2017
Final Price: $430.00 (USD)
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From the Acid Archives - "Legendary documentation of the 1965-66 Bay Area Acid Test scene from "14 hours of the actual trip" (recorded in a studio). Shows the other side of acid culture which is fun, unpredictable and avant garde as opposed to the Leary camp's solemn religious / psychological approach. Lots of amazing mind games and word play with Kesey and Ken Babbs in good form, ad libbed poetry, fractured harmonica solos, tape loops and the Grateful Dead lurking in the background. Released in March 1966, just as the Pranksters were splitting for Mexico."
CLEANED ON A VPI RECORD CLEANER.
Cover= EX (Some minor staining on the plain back cover)
Vinyl=EX The condition of the disc is a nice EX with only a few light scuffs present. The vinyl still exhibits a high gloss!
Play tested: It plays really nicely.
I'm selling my personal collection of 50 years and will be posting many rare and collectible original pressing LPs. If you are looking to purchase more than 2 records email for quote.
All records are visually graded using the following scale: NM-/EXC/VG+/VG/G
Shipping: All records are professionally packaged and shipped in their inner sleeve removed from the cover to prevent splits.
The shipping prices below reflect current rates including handling.
U.S. Priority mail will not be $4.00 just a few bucks more. Insurance and signature will be required upon delivery.
International Priority Registered and insured Airmail= $35.
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Any package over 4lbs in weight will have to be shipped via Priority mail at an extra cost.
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