By Various Artists
Album featuring Folk acts from Kent The clue's in the name! Comes in original cover and die cut white paper inner. Is missing the insert. The acts are:
Mick and Martin
ERON label, Cat No. ERON 003
Examined under a strong halogen lamp both sides just have a couple of sleeve withdrawal marks. Comfortably Excellent
Both labels are clean and unmarked apart from a hint of a spindle trail on the side 2 label.
The cover has ringwear and creasing.
OVERALL GRADE (record / cover - See grading guide below)
EXCELLENT / VERY GOOD
1. Keys of Canterbury (Handbell Hoodners and Danejohn)
2. The King - Hackett Targe
3. The Merry Men of Kent - Danejohn
4. Reiver's Galley - Roy Williamson
5. Liverpool Judies - Mick and Martin
6. Sinnerman - Pendulum
7. Congo River - Mick and Martin.
8. Mandy - Pendulum
9. Grandad's Flannelette Shirt - Mick and Martin
10. Winster Gallop - Handbell Hoodeners
1. Flower of Scotland - Hacket Targe
2. I was a Cowboy - Mick and Martin
3. I Once Loved a Lass - Hacket Targe
4. Are You Dreaming - Pendulum
5. Wark of The Weavers - Hacket Targe
6. A Hundred Years Ago - Danejohn
7. Sitting On The Ice - Mick And Martin
8. 'Tis A Gift To Be Simple - Handbell Hoodeners.
GRADING GUIDE - IMPORTANT!
I visually examine all records under a strong 35w halogen lamp, which shows up ALL defects.
I strictly grade my records according to the Rare Record Price Guide (RRPG), which, to me, means as follows:
MINT- Must be sealed
NEAR MINT - Totally unmarked, no scratches, not even faint 'hairlines' / sleeve withdrawal marks or any other signs of having been played.
EXCELLENT - No scratches, just signs of having been played, such as the odd faint 'hairline' sleeve withdrawal mark that is barely visible under a strong lamp, or spindle trails on the label.
VERY GOOD - The first mild scratches have begun to appear, but only very, very few.
GOOD - More scratches than Very Good and more severe, but I am confident that the record will play through without skips or sticking and will still provide a good listening experience.
FAIR - The record may not play through properly with a chance of it jumping and / or it will play with significant background noise.
POOR - It definitely won't play without skipping or sticking.
Below Near Mint I will use plus or minus with a grade to highlight fine differences.
My cover grades are EXACTLY as stated in Record Collector magazine / RRPG. Therefore, if a cover is defaced, stained or torn it CANNOT grade better than FAIR. Likewise, if any part of the contents are missing it CANNOT grade better than POOR.
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