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Artist information:
Artist:
Steeleye Span
Instrument(s):
Country:
Great Britain
Gender:
Group
Other info:
See also: Prior Maddy / Prior Maddy & Tabor June / Prior Maddy & Kemp Rick / Prior Maddy & The Girls / Prior Maddy & The Carnival Band / Hart Tim & Prior Maddy / Woods Gay & Terry / Woods Band / Fairport Convention / Carthy Martin / Silly Sisters / Knight Peter / Johnson Bob & Knight Peter / Thompson Danny & Knight Peter / Kemp Rick / Prior Maddy & Kemp Rick / Chapman Michael & Kemp Rick / Gnidrolog / Kirkpatrick John & Hutchings Ashley / Hutchings Ashley

Record title:
Original Masters (SWE)
Price: (Euro)
12
Main style:
Rock
Substyle(s):
Folk-Rock

Record information:
Record Company/
Label:
Chrysalis
Catalogue
number:
CJT 3/4
Released
originally:
1977
This copy:
(if not orig.)

Cover made in:
Sweden
Record made in:
Sweden
Media:
Album
Sub media:
2-LP
Condition/
cover:
EX
Condition/
record(s):
EX-/EX-
Additional information about:
Label:Cover:
Green labels. Red Chrysalis "butterfly" picture logo at the bottom. Red "All rights..." fineprint (> perimeter > top).Glossy fold-out cover. One tiny sticker tear on front (> right > middle). Light wear and a few small creases along the edges. Some corner wear. Light surface wear inside.
Record(s):Attachment:
Some hairlines and light surface / needle marks. Plays great.Info in the inner sleeves (> identical).
Other information & picture:
Along with Fairport Convention the best known acts of the British folk revival, formed in 1969 in North London. A compilation of mostly previously released material from their Chrysalis albums "Below the Salt", CHR 1008 (England 1972), "Parcel of Rogues", CHR 1046 (England 1973), "Now we Are Six", CHR 1053 (England 1974), "Commoners Crown", CHR 1071 (England 1975), "All Around My Hat", CHR 1091 (England 1975) and "Rock Cottage", CHR 1123 (England 1976). Also there's one track from each of their their three first albums, "Hark! The Village Wait", RCA Victor SF 8113 (England 1970), "Please to See the King", B&C CAS 1029 (England 1971) and "Ten Man Mop, or Mr. Reservoir Butler Rides Again", Pegasus PEG 9 (England 1972), plus two previously unreleased tracks: "Bonny Moorhen" and a live version of "The Wife of Usher's Well". Swedish issue of Chrysalis CJT 3 (England 1977).


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