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EMBRYO FEATURING JIMMY JACKSON Steig Aus (Rare 1973 German 3-track vinyl LP, laminated gatefold picture sleeve. Stunning experimental long player that was rejected by United Artists before finding a home with Brain, it's a heady mix of prog, jazz, world music, fusion and more and features some great mellotron/keyboard work from Jimmy Jackson [played with Ray Charles amongst others] and legendary jazz pianist Mal Waldron. The sleeve [and what a sleeve it is!], shows just some lightsigns of shelfwear, the vinyl has a few light hairlines/scuffs visible not affecting play - the first copy we've ever had too!) more...
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$237.90
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EMBRYO Opal (Very rare 1970 German 8-track debut vinyl LP, die-cut front laminated gatefold picture sleeve. Classic prog/jazz freak out from the band led by Christian Burchard, up there with Zappa, Floyd, Tull and Bitches Brew era Miles Davis. The sleeve shows only light shelfwear, the vinyl is Excellent with just the odd faint hairline/scuff not affecting play- a fantastic copy of this Krautrock rarity! OMM56003) more...
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$481.90
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