1 in stock
1 in stock
Rarity Scale: Mega Rare
This is an absolute Vertigo Swirl highlight and to our ears one of the best proto progressive albums from the UK!
The disc is in lovely near mint collection. It plays like new with only some very little crackle at the start and run-out of the record (pressing). The labels are perfect! Further we can’t say much about the vinyl. It is just perfect!!
The sleeve is in EX condition. It has some minor wear near the edges and opening. But overall the fragile unlaminated gatefold looks really nice. The spine is OK and fully readable with only some minor wear. The front of the cover is in lovely condition with no issues. The back of the cover has some minor wear near the edges. Also the black and white inside of the cover has some minor wear. Overall nothing serious at all.
This copy comes with a original Swirl inner sleeve.
Guaranteed genuine original pressings.
The record you see on the Photos is the record you buy.
Every rare vinyl record is play graded on a Thorens TD124.
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Still Life is a very hard to find release on the legendary Vertigo Swirl label. We dare to say it’s one of the most difficult releases to find especially in this condition. It is also one of the best albums on the label according to us. The typical UK proto progressive music fits perfectly in the time phrase it was released. The song are well arranged and the musicianship is amazing! Great keyboard passages and amazing guitar work.
Still Life was an one album band and released their self titled album in 1971. The band had 4 members, Martin Cure (vocals), Terry Howells (keyboards), Graham Amos (bass) and Alan Savage (drums). The flute player is Dick Patrick. He was a guest artist.
The beautiful artwork was done by the famous design studio “Design Machine”
After this release the band disappeared in obscurity never to be heard of again until there came new interest in this album. Now this album is a true progressive grail which almost never pops up.
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