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Snakehips Etcetera - Nucleus - 6360 1189

£29.99

Product description

The pioneering jazz-rock band Nucleus were formed in 1969 and were led by Ian Carr who was a respected figure in British jazz. In their first year they won first prize at the Montreux Jazz Festival. The stereo LP Snakehips Etcetera was released in 1975 with album artwork which appears rather sexist to modern viewers, no doubt many people would consider it somewhat dated and unacceptable: it is of its time. The sleeve has some light general handling marks and indentations in the glossy surface, slight rubbing to corners. The lower edge has separated from the glue and the upper left rear edge has opened approx. 8cm. The record is in very good bright condition with only a couple of short faint cross-track marks on side one. The original poly-sleeve has some light tanning around the edges. A nice item for jazz fans and collectors.

Item details

Band/artist(s):
Nucleus
Catalogue number:
6360 1189
Condition:
Very good
Genre:
Jazz
Label:
Vertigo
Sleeve condition:
Very good
Tracks:
69

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The pioneering jazz-rock band Nucleus were formed in 1969 and were led by Ian Carr who was a respected figure in British jazz. In their first year they won first prize at the Montreux Jazz Festival. The stereo LP Snakehips Etcetera was released in 1975 with album artwork which appears rather sexist to modern viewers, no doubt many people would consider it somewhat dated and unacceptable: it is of its time. The sleeve has some light general handling marks and indentations in the glossy surface, slight rubbing to corners. The lower edge has separated from the glue and the upper left rear edge has opened approx. 8cm. The record is in very good bright condition with only a couple of short faint cross-track marks on side one. The original poly-sleeve has some light tanning around the edges. A nice item for jazz fans and collectors.

Band/artist(s):
Nucleus
Catalogue number:
6360 1189
Condition:
Very good
Genre:
Jazz
Label:
Vertigo
Sleeve condition:
Very good
Tracks:
69

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