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FOTHERINGAY Fotheringay (1970 UK first press 9-track LP on the pink with white 'i' Island label, produced by Joe Boyd for Witchseason Productions & starring Sandy Denny. The matte gatefold picture sleeve show some edge scuffing, as it was never laminated, but all text is clearly legible & there is no writing. The vinyl remains in wonderful near mint condition & shows minimal play. A must own by Sandy Denny & her boys! ILPS9125) more...
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FOTHERINGAY Fotheringay (1970 UK first pressing 9-track LP on the third design pink with white 'i' Island label & starring Sandy Denny, gatefold picture sleeve. The sleeve is strictly graded VG- with the usual heavy scuffing & paper loss around the edges for a matte sleeve & otherwise light creasing from ring wear. The vinyl grades EX & has been professionally cleaned. There is a deep sheen both sides & a few faint paper hairlines not affecting play ILPS9125) more...
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