Bulldog Breed – Made in England
1 in stock
1 in stock
Rarity Scale – Very Rare
Here we have a lovely copy of a not to be missed UK pop/psych album from 1969 on the legendary “Deram Nova” label which only survived for abourt a year and is now very collectable.
This copy comes from the “London Weekend Television Music Services” archive!
The disc of this lovely copy is in EX+ condition. It plays NM on both sides but the disc looks EX+ due to some minor hairlines here and there. All of them are inaudible. The disc plays without any major pops, ticks and skips.
The label of side 1 shows some sticker residue. Both labels show no spindle traces at all. Also the playback tells us this record hasn’t seen many record players. The label of side 2 is like new! No spindle traces and other marks at all!
The sleeve is also in EX+ condition. The front laminated thin single sleeve is fully intact. The laminate is near perfect with only some small lift at the top right corner. Further the front looks almost like new!
The spine is perfect and fully readable. The opening is nice and sharp!
The back of the sleeve has no ringwear at all. The is a stamp of “The London Weekend Television Music Services”. On the top right corner there is a number written (this was the archive number) and was written by an employee of “The London Weekend Television Music Services”. We have seen more records from this archive the past few years, so we can tell with convidence the written number was done to archive it.
This copy comes with a correct Decca stereo inner sleeve in EX- condition.+ More information
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“Bulldog Breed” was a British psych/pop rock group from the late 60’s who only released one album on the Deram Nova label. The album was recorded in produced in late 1969. It was released in the early months of 1970.
The music is typical UK pop/psych. The songs are well arranged and also the recording is lovely. This album sounds really good as a stereo version. It gives a bit more depth if you ask us.
After this album “Bulldog Breed” split and memebers of the group later joined bands like “T2” who made a killer heavy prog/psych album in 1970 on Decca and “Asgærd” which released a really good progressive rock album in 1972 on “Treshold” (daughter label which was part of Decca).
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