Rarity Scale – Very Rare
Here we have a very nice copy of the only album released by Jackie McAuley during the Golden Era.
The disc of this copy is in EX+ to NM condition. Visual we grade this copy NM for sure!! The playback of this disc is also amazing! There are no major ticks, pops and other nasty defects. There is only some minor crackle at the very beginning and run-out of both sides. The labels are clean with only a few spindle traces on both labels.
The fragile outside laminated gatefold sleeve is in EX+ condition. It is very hard to find a top clean sleeve of this album. This one comes very close! The front of the sleeve looks really good with only some minor storage/age wear near the edges. Overall nothing serious. There are two very small lamination defects near the bottom of front cover. All the corners and edges are nice and sharp.
The spine is near perfect and fully readable! Also the opening is very nice. The back of the cover is lovely! Also the inside of the cover is amazing with almost no wear at all. That’s unique for a sleeve of this age which is almost completely black!
This copy comes with an original inner sleeve.
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Jackie McAuley released only one album during the Golden Era. That’s the album we have up for sale here. The album was released in 1971.
The full name of Jackie James McAuley. He is British singer/songwriter who is active in the British Folk scene. During his career he released 3 other albums released many years after his debut in 1993, 1998 and 2000.
Besides his solo career he also appeared on albums like “The Belfast Gypsies” and “Trader Horne”.
The music on this album is UK Folk with progressive elements. The song are well constructed. The vocals are really good and the musicianship is lovely.