Pugh’s Place – Live
Rarity Scale: Mega Rare
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A mega rare live album from Holland! Born and made in our tiny home country!
The disc of this copy is lovely without any issues at all, maybe the slightest of the slightest background at the very beginning, but we can’t give that a name. Further both sides of the vinyl plays immaculate. The labels are perfect. Overall a beautiful NM condition.
The sleeve is actually a single folded piece of paper. The sleeve of this copy is in lovely condtion. Due how fragile it is and the current condition (no tears, no stains, no creases) we grade the sleeve Near Mint! A perfect package!
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What an album! One of the very best things made in Holland if you ask us. The music is very progressive with avantgarde/jazz rock elements. Great guitar work, awesome flute! Overall well arranged songs. All the songs on this album are live songs recorded at Paradiso in Amsterdam, Exit in Rotterdam and Pow-Wow in Leeuwarden. The recording quality is good.
There is a cool story around this record. When the was pressed the sleeve wasn’t out of production. To release in anyway, the first copies were accompanied by a red sleeve which could be traded at the record store when the original sleeve was available. Unfortunately we have never seen the red sleeve in real life.
This live album is the second release done by the band. Their first album “Pugh’s Place – West One” is a studio album released on Decca and is a very rare progressive rock album. It was only released in the Netherlands and Germany in 1971.