I have two copies the lesser copy is listed on Ebay this copy is nicer in both the vinyl and cover.
Caroline Peyton Private Small Label Indiana Psych folk on Bar-b-que records out of Bloomington Indiana circa 1977.
Cover is VG++- Some very light ring-wear
Vinyl- NM to NM- No visible signs of play. No spindle wear. Original inner cover in good shape. Glossy clean vinyl.
Not a re-issue, Original And Vintage recordings.
Condition is subjective, please spend a moment or two to zoom in and decide for yourself if this is a record you wish to invest in. To truly enjoy this record get an original copy, original mix and in a condition that does not compromise the sonics and provides full range sound. Get a copy, like this, that you can actually listen to at a rockin' volume.
None of these record(s) have been cleaned with a machine or with a multi-step professional process. All could probably benefit from such care.
See my e-bay feedback (audio-investment), I have not had a record returned EVER and am a TOP RATED Seller.
3.99 SHIPPING TO US (lower 48) in professional slim record box, not in an envelope via media mail (slow but reliable). Each box costs me $1, I do not skimp on shipping records.
I will ship worldwide - send a question for a quote. Worldwide shipping is not free. Shipping is at least $24 to Europe and Asia as I will require tracking and or signature, plus insurance. I sell to only select international buyers and countries at my discretion. I will insure for value and list such value on customs forms.
I usually ship on Saturdays only, and do this to reduce my collection and audio gear and make my better half happier. Please understand that it may take a day or two to respond, please exercise patience.
If you have a question ask prior to bidding.
Caroline's vocals are riveting, and the instrumentation behind her is excellent -- spanning blues, jazz, country, and folk. My favorites are 'Call of the Wild', 'Light Years', 'Just As We', and 'All This Waiting', but most of the songs on this album are memorable, and all are worth a listen or two. I found this entirely by accident, back in the early 80's, in a record store in Bloomington, IN, and it became sort of a soundtrack for me, for the rest of that decade. Just listen; I think you'll see what I mean.