Media Condition: Very Good Plus (VG+)
Sleeve Condition: Very Good Plus (VG+)
Both sleeve and record are in a super nice and strong vg+. Record not too far from nm, definitely not overplayed. Sleeve is also very nice with an uncrushed spine
A1. A New Day Yesterday
A2. Jeffrey Goes To Leicester Square
A4. Back To The Family
A5. Look Into The Sun
B1. Nothing Is Easy
B2. Fat Man
B3. We Used To Know
B4. Reasons For Waiting
B5. For A Thousand Mothers
Matt gatefold sleeve with pop-up of artists. Orange bullseye pink label UK pressing, which is different to the other orange bullseye pink label UK pressing [r12976707 Unlike the other orange bullseye pink label pressing [r12976707, this orange bullseye pink label pressing has "Printed and made by Ernest J. Day & Co. Ltd., London W.11.", on the back cover. Another difference between this and the other orange bullseye pink label pressing [r12976707 is that the whole type set on Side One is printed slightly higher on the label; this is particularly noticeable when you look at the word STEREO, but in fact all of the type set is higher than that seen in [r12976707. On Side Two, the only obvious difference between the 2 orange bullseye pink label pressings is that the word "Produced" is slightly further away from the spindle hole on this pressing than on [r12976707. Catalogue number on spine: ILPS 9103 Catalogue number on back cover: ILPS STEREO 9103 Catalogue number on labels: ILPS-9103 Island Records Ltd, Basing Street London W.11. Original cover has E.J Day printer credits inside gatefold (written in white colour near the feet on the right of the band members, on the "pop up"). "The cover was based on ideas from Terry Ellis and John Williams and printed from woodcuts by New York graphic artist, Jimmy Grashow." Published by Chrysalis Music ℗ 1969 "MADE IN ENGLAND" on labels at 6 O'Clock Pink label release, can be found with the three earliest Island logo versions: First issue: orange bulls eye pink label (this one) Second issue: pink black block i label. Third issue: pink small white i label. First issue has no 'Stereo' on spine.
Barcode and Other Identifiers:
Matrix / Runout ILPS+9103+A
Matrix / Runout ILPS+9103+B
Printed By Ernest J. Day & Co. Ltd.
Made By Ernest J. Day & Co. Ltd.
Published By Chrysalis Music
Recorded At Morgan Studios
Produced For Chrysalis Productions
Pressed By Orlake Records