First Warhol Cover Chavez A Program of Mexican Music 1949 10" Columbia ML 2080

Sold Date: April 20, 2017
Start Date: April 16, 2017
Final Price: $750.00 $400.00 (USD)
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In the book Andy Warhol: The Record Covers 1949-1987, Catalogue Raisonne, by Paul Marechal, "A Program of Mexican Music" (Columbia Masterworks 10" ML 2080) is listed as the first album with cover art designed by Andy Warhol. Three color variants of the cover were issued: blue, green, and yellow. Offered here is the blue variant, which is known to be the rarest.

A Program of Mexican Music

Carlos Chavez (conductor)

Columbia Masterworks 10" ML 2080

Highest price realized:  (2011)

Condition of record: EX

Notes: Shiny. Light storage wear and a few faint marks.

Condition of sleeve: VG+

Notes: Exceptionally clean. Seams intact and strong. Some yellowing. Corners worn. Top right corner bumped.


SS (Still Sealed): Vinyl sealed in original factory shrink wrap and presumed to be mint.

NM (Near Mint): Vinyl may have a few light marks, none of which can be felt. Sleeve shows no obvious wear.

EX (Excellent): Vinyl has a small number of light marks, none of which can be felt. Sleeve shows minimal wear.

VG+ (Very Good Plus): Vinyl has many marks, none of which can be felt. Sleeve shows moderate wear.

VG (Very Good): Vinyl has many marks and at least one can be felt. Sleeve shows heavy wear.


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