20S, H matrix. But NOT the 'misprint cover' that I can tell. Cover (otherwise as shown) NM-: just extremely slight lil' right side corner bips, and a little light cover slick creasing at back bottom edge-from manufacturing process. Tan Label Vinyl Near Mint: real shiny, clean, flawless-like new. Please see our storefront and/or email your requests for any of the other JA or JS LPs-most all of which are usually in our stock
Yes! LSP-3768 orange RCA Victor record label. Cover is nice and intact- a few tiny pinholes and light ring and shelf wear. Ball point intiial at top front corner. No split seams. Vinyl is fantastic- one or two faint marks visible under light.
Classic! LSP 3766 blck/dog RCA Victor record label. Cover is nice and intact- some shelf and edge wear. A hint of ring wear. No writing, Vinyl is great- glossy, save for a couple of faint marks visible under light.
EMBRYONIC JOURNEY! JA's 3rd LP is a defining document of Flower-Power Haight Ashbury Hippiedom! Does that mean much some 50+ years on? Find out for yourself! Maybe this stuff is still as weird as they were trying to make it in '67! TVG+ vinyl on this early '70s reissue is largely clean, with a very light soft mark on S2, sleeve is firm with some shelf wear & an old price sticker. CLEANED ON A VPI
Super rare first issue mono copy in this hard to find vinyl condition!! Vinyl is very pretty with just a few very light, hairline, superficial marks from taking record from sleeve. Cover has just a little ring wear, some corner wear, no writing or split seams. Get the very best original, authentic unaltered sound possible.