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Rarity Scale – Very Rare
Here we have a lovely copy of the highly collectable “Sweet Pain” album from 1969. This album is a true psych/blues hammer with amazing artwork!!
The disc of this very copy is in EX+ condition. When we do a visual inspection this disc is EX+/NM. it is a lovely copy! The vinyl surface has no nasty defects like major lines or scratches. The playback is lovely with only some minor crackle during the very beginning and run-out of both sides and between tracks. All the music plays loud and clear! It’s a very enjoyable album!!
The labels on both sides are clean and lovely with only a few spindle traces on both labels.
The sleeve of this album is in EX to EX+ condition. It is fully intact. The super fragile outside laminated flimsy gatefold had no writing, major creases, stains or tears!
The front of the sleeve looks amazing with onyl some storage wear on the bottom.
Near the spine we see one very tiny defect to the laminate. It is nothing serious at all. All the corners are nice.
The spine is lovely and fully readable. The opening is nice and sharp.
The back of the sleeve looks lovely with very minimal ring wear. Overall nothing serious at all. The inside of the sleeve looks really nice with only some very minimal age wear. Overall this sleeve is more in EX+ condition but we want to be carefull.
Please take a very good look at the photos to get a good impression!
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“Sweet Pain” is a collection of highly tallented blues artists which released only one album back in 1969 simple called “Sweet Pain”. The so called super group had members like John O’Leary and Keith Tillman from “John Dummer Blues Band”, Dick Heckstall-Smith of “The Graham Bond Organization”, the well known Aynsley Dunbar, Victor Brox, Annette Brox and Stuart Cowell who later joined “Mungo Jerry”. With this collection of artists we must admid we have a major part of the British Blues scene from the late 60’s and early 70’s.
The music on this album is amazing! It’s an amazing collection of Blues, Blues Rock and Psych! If you like the heavy blues sound with some psych tunes here and there (which made the music unique), this album is a must have for you!!
The album was released in 1969 and turned out to be the last album made by this collective.