Juicy Lucy – Lie Back And Enjoy It
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Rarity Scale – Very Rare
The second album released by Juicy Lucy on the legendary Vertigo Swirl label.
This album was released in a beautiful six-panel fold-out cover. The condition of this super fragile cover is EX+. It is almost perfect but due to some wear on the edges we grade it EX+ just to be sure. But overall this is a lovely copy for every rare record collector.
The spine is perfect and fully readable. The opening is lovely and really sharp. There a no major stains, creases or other nasty spots.
The record itself plays NM. It has the slightest crackle during playing (pressing). The music play loud and clear just like it was bought yesterday. There a minimal spindle mark traces and the labels are lovely.
This copy comes with the original UK Vertigo Swirl inner sleeve in EX condition.+ More information
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Juicy Lucy was a UK progressive/blues rock band which released their first albums on the Vertigo label. Their first album was the second release on the mighty Vertigo label and was released in 1969.
Lie Back and Enjoy it is their second album and released in 1970 on the Vertigo label. It was the 14th album released in 6360 series which came after the VO series which ended in early 1970.
Juicy Lucy was formed in 1969 by vocalist Ray Owen, guitarist Glen Glampel and saxophonist Chris Mercer. Later they added guitarist Neil Hubbard, bassist Keith Ellis en drummer Pete Dobson to the line-up.
The music of Juicy Lucy is typical Blues Rock from the late 60’s. Overall very enloyable and well arranged. The music is not really out going in ways of trying new sounds, but if you want to hear the typical UK late 60’s Blues Rock sound, Juicy Lucy is the one to go for!! We find this album the best release by the band. But off course, that is just our taste;).