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Caravan

£220.00

Product description

Caravan - Caravan
Verve Forecast - SVLP 6011

This is the first stereo pressing of this album.

Tracklist:
A1 Place Of My Own
A2 Ride
A3 Policeman
A4 Love Song With Flute
A5 Cecil Rons
B1 Magic Man
B2 Grandma's Lawn
B3 Where But For Caravan Would I

The record looks in excellent condition, apart from a transparent substance having been painted on to the labels, 3 patches on each side (Oxfam received a donation of around 40 records which all had this). It has been well played, which becomes apparent on playing - there is a slight degradation of the sound. The sleeve is in extremely good condition with a little wear at the corners and very slight delamination.

Media - VG+
Sleeve - VG+

Records are graded visually to Rare Record Price Guide grades for media (record) and sleeve (cover).  It is also graded aurally where noted in the condition description. We recommend that the record is cleaned professionally to maximise the sound quality.

Item details

Band/artist(s):
Caravan
Catalogue number:
SVLP 6011
Condition:
Very good
Genre:
Rock
Label:
Verve Forecast
Sleeve condition:
Very good
Tracks:
8

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About this item

Caravan - Caravan
Verve Forecast - SVLP 6011

This is the first stereo pressing of this album.

Tracklist:
A1 Place Of My Own
A2 Ride
A3 Policeman
A4 Love Song With Flute
A5 Cecil Rons
B1 Magic Man
B2 Grandma's Lawn
B3 Where But For Caravan Would I

The record looks in excellent condition, apart from a transparent substance having been painted on to the labels, 3 patches on each side (Oxfam received a donation of around 40 records which all had this). It has been well played, which becomes apparent on playing - there is a slight degradation of the sound. The sleeve is in extremely good condition with a little wear at the corners and very slight delamination.

Media - VG+
Sleeve - VG+

Records are graded visually to Rare Record Price Guide grades for media (record) and sleeve (cover).  It is also graded aurally where noted in the condition description. We recommend that the record is cleaned professionally to maximise the sound quality.

Band/artist(s):
Caravan
Catalogue number:
SVLP 6011
Condition:
Very good
Genre:
Rock
Label:
Verve Forecast
Sleeve condition:
Very good
Tracks:
8

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We offer a no quibble returns policy All returns must be made within 30 days of receipt.



Courier delivery cost: £8.00

This item is also available for international delivery by airmail, carrying a mandatory delivery charge of:

Europe: £6.50

Outside Europe: £11.50

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