Al Green – Let's Stay Together LP 1982 Motown – 5290ML Reissue NM/NM

Sold Date: January 14, 2022
Start Date: August 19, 2021
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Artist & Title: Al Green – Let's Stay Together  Label & Cat #: 1982 Motown – 5290ML Stereo *Originally released 1972 Vinyl Grade: Near Mint (NM or M-) play graded *beautiful glossy finish, like new, with a single faint and inaudible mark on Side 2 Cover Grade: Near Mint (NM or M-) *inner sleeve also is Near Mint Notes:  The title track, "Let's Stay Together," achieved number one status and held it for nine consecutive weeks. Green's ingenuity produced one of the all-time classics, which has the bounce of a dance cut and the passion of a ballad. Album includes the timeless gem "How Can You Mend a Broken Heart" and lesser-known beauties like the exulting "Judy," the cookin' testimonial "I Never Found a Girl," and the soothing blues effort "It Ain't No Fun to Me." (AllMusic) All photos are actual images of the item for sale. All records are sleeved and removed from jacket to prevent any seam splitting, and both then shipped inside a poly album sleeve. $1.00 shipping for each additional eligible item you buy when you use the cart to make your purchase. Record grades used: (M) Mint ~ (NM) Near Mint ~ (EX) Excellent ~ (VG+) Very Good Plus ~ (VG) Very Good ~ (G) Good
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GRADING STANDARDS: (M) Mint: Record and cover appear absolutely perfect in every way.  Grade is seldom used, even with sealed albums where the record itself can only be assumed to be mint.
(NM) Near Mint: Vinyl is shiny with no obvious signs of wear and plays perfectly with no audible imperfections. Cover is close to perfect with minor signs of wear or age just becoming evident. 
(EX or VG++) Excellent /Very Good ++: Record or jacket has a minimum of audible or visual imperfections. Vinyl has been handled and played very carefully. Light paper scuffs and/or spindle marks may be visible with no appreciable lessening in sound quality. Covers show very minor signs of handling and wear. 
(VG+) Very Good Plus: Record displays light scuffs, spindle marks or very light scratches that may create some noise disturbances, but don't affect one's overall listening experience. Jacket begins to show more prominent signs of storage wear and aging.
(VG) Very Good: Defects are more pronounced with visible signs of handling and playing. Surface noise is evident upon playing, especially during soft passages and a song's intro and fade, but will not overpower the music otherwise. Covers may be marred by writing, or have tape or stickers (or their residue) attached, although none of the flaws should be overwhelming. 
(G) Good / (G+)Good Plus: Vinyl will have scratches and visible groove wear. Record plays without skipping, although noticeable surface noise or ticks will be heard. Jackets have even more pronounced defects such as seam splits, tape, writing, ring wear, water damage or other defects.