Miller Anderson – Bright City
1 in stock
1 in stock
Rarity Scale – Very Rare
Here we have a lovely NM/EX to EX+ copy of Miller Anderson his solo debut “Bright City”. Musically a masterpiece!
The disc is in lovely NM condition. It plays like it was bought yesterday. The vinyl surface looks superb! It look absolutely shop fresh!
The labels are superb with only a very few tiny spindle traces which shows this copy has not seen many players during its long life.
The sleeve is in lovely condition. I graded it concervative, just to be sure. Overall the outside laminated gatefold looks perfect.
The back of the sleeve shows very minimal ring and the sleeve opening shows minimal wear. Further this copy is absolutely perfect. The laminate is fully intact.
This copy comes with the correct stereo blue inner sleeve.
Please take a very good look at the photos to get a good impression!
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Miller Anderson is a Scottish guitarist and singer, born on April 12th 1945 in Houston, Renfrewshire in Scotland. Miller Anderson was active in many groups during his career but he also did some projects solo. During the Golden Era of progressive rock he released only one solo album which was “Bright City”. It was released on the Deram label in the so called SDL series. Many fantastic albums came out in this serie brought by Deram. Think of “Caravan – In The Land Of The Grey And Pink”.
The music on Bright City is Blues Rock with progressive influences and beautiful singer/songwriter tracks. The mixture of great songs is fantastic. There are no fillers here.
Finding decent copies of this album is going to be more difficult by the day. The value of this album will go up in the coming years. I am sure about that.