Rarity Scale – Very Rare
Here we have a lovely copy of “Musica Dispersa” from Spain. The 2nd pressing which this is, was released in 1971. The 1st pressing was released in 1970.
The disc of this copy is in nice condition. Side 1 shows a very small mark at the very beginning which is inaudible. Side 2 also shows a small mark which is also inaudibel. Further the vinyl looks lovely. The labels are clean without writing but show some age wear (brown spots). The playback of the disc is near perfect. There is some slicht crackle/background here and there but that’s it. The music plays loud and clear without major issues. A lovely copy. Overall we grade the disc EX.
The sleeve is much better compared to most copies. Overall we grade the sleeve EX to EX+. The front of the very thin cardboard gatefold with textured waves is near perfect and only show the slightest of wear. Nothing serious if you ask us. The back of the cover is nice with only a very small spot at the middle. The is almost no ringwear which is unique. On the bottom left corner there is a small bumb.
The spine is in OK condition but shows some wear. The opening is on top and is perfect!
The inside of the gatefold is near perfect and only have some age wear.
This copy is accompanied with a poster which is in M- condition. Simply amazing!!
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“Musica Dispersa” was a short lived Catalan Acid Folk band who only released one album back in 1970 which was reissued a couple of times. As said, the copy here up for sale is a 2nd pressing from 1971 but is still very collectable.
Their album is concidered to be essential for the Spannish progressive music scene during The Golden Era.
The album was released on the legendary “Diabolo” label from Spain.
Together with “Máquina – Why”, this album is one of the most collectable albums on this label.
The music on this album is Acid Folk or something like Experimental Folk. It is hard to put the music in a specific genre. It is worth a listen for sure! It is very special and a must have for every obscure music lover!
Eventhough the progressive music scene in Spain was not as big as said in the UK, Germany and Italy. The Spannish managed to release a couple of essential pieces!