'Ship to Shore', recorded in March 1976 at Nest Studios, Birmingham, is the first album by Nigel Mazlyn Jones, the guitarist, singer and songwriter. There are 8 tracks with a total playing time of over 44 minutes. Includes the musically original 12 string guitar title track, and live 12 string favourites ‘A Singularly Fine Day’ and ‘The Man and the Deer’.
The sleeve edges and corners have slight wear, and there are light creases down the closed title edge; the front has light ‘scribble’ indentations and slight surface rubbing wear along the lower front edge. The inset also has some stains but not bad enough to make the text unreadable.
On the back of the sleeve is a signed note in blue ink, "Many Thanks, Nigel".
Loose in the sleeve are two Isle of Light advertising sheets, one for this album and one for Jones' second album, 'Sentinel and the Fools of the Finest Degree'. The record is clean and bright; some light crackles can be heard on the last track on side 1, and at the end of side 2. A scarce and very collectable album.