Ron Everett- The Glitter Of The City Vagabond King Hand-made Private Top Rarity For SaleRon Everett- The glitter of the city VAGABOND KING RECORDS (USA) private press, very small label out of Philly, only issue as well only release by Ron Everett visual grade: Vg++ (only few paper scuffs) play grade: Vg+ (plays great, just light noise here & there) labels: clean (hand-writings), matrix n° are DM-84730-A/DM-84730-B + F/W + a ww sign upside down + very small letters which i can't read, looks like a T with below a V cover: Vg++ (paste-on cover on the shrink wrap ?! + hand-writings + stars) conservative grading A) B) comments: this is the ULTIMATE rare groove still undiscovered GEM. NO info at all in the whole world wide web, only a small reference by someone called Dante Carfagna in a forum ?! in Japan they issued a book called "rare groove A to Z", well it's not mentioned in the almost 300 pages ?! i only once saw a seller saleing a Ron Everett 7" and he mentioned that the LP is worth $4.000/$5.000 ??! 1st time on (see popsike), impossible to find, especially in this amazing condition. the music (audios from actual copy): TOTALLY kool funk-jazz with bopper hipster moves, a UNIQUE album ! NOT a dull moment, on the contrary. worth mentioning is Robert Shabazz on sax, Lex Humphries on drums (Yusef Lateef) AND Nate Jones on drums providing some killer breaks (check especially B2 number New Rock Joy, what a groovy & joyfull situation) ! Mr. Jones played with somebody called James Brown: in particular with the James Brown Orchestra from 1966-1969, by some considered the tighest & funkiest band of all time. but he had some mental issues which is why JB fired him after a few years. in terms of rarity and beauty i think we are here in the range of Uncle Funkenstein and the World's Experience Orchestra. key condition (vinyl condition/cover condition): M: like new/mint M-: played few times (looks like new)/near mint Vg+: occasional low surface noise, very good condition Vg: light scuffs, surface noise audible, good condition priority shipping costs: EUROPE (France included): for 1/3 records---> $15, for 4/7 records---> $22
REST OF THE WORLD: for 1/3 records---> $23, for 4/7 records---> $33 next Sunday, March 17, it'll be out another round with focus on rare UK/Euro/Italian jazz + some African LP & 7" possibility of combine shipments
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