The Alan Bown!
1 in stock
1 in stock
Rarity Scale – Very Rare
Here we have a near perfect copy of “The Alan Bown” album on Deram! The second and final studio album released by this group!
We can be short about the disc. It is in NM condition. We carefully playgraded this copy. UK Deram pressings from the late 60’s and early 70’s are amazing quality pressings! Almost all albums on this label (part of Decca) sounds fantastic. With this album there is no difference. It sounds amazing. Superb clean sound! Like it was bought yesterday.
Both labels are like new with only one or two spindle traces on both sides. This copy haven’t seen many record players in its 53 years life.
The front laminated single sleeve is in EX+ to NM condition. The front is lovely. The laminate is fully intact. It shows minimal wear of storage. The spine is near perfect and fully readable.
The opening is nice and sharp. The back is really nice with NO ringwear. It only shows some minor sticker residue and a very small stain near the top edge.
This copy comes with a correct original inner sleeve.
Please take a very good look at the photos to get a good impression!
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The Alan Bown!, originally started as “The Alan Bown Set” back in 1964, is a UK group. The band started as a Jazz/Blues outfit and later evolved into soul and ended up as a Psych/Pregressive Rock outfit.
The group released two studio albums back in 1968 and 1969. The album up for sale is the 2nd album by the group. Later the band played roles in the success of musicians like Robert Palmer, Mel Collins and Dougie Thomson.
The music on “The Alan Bown!” is UK pop rock with psychedelic leanings here and there. The music is not essential but also not to be missed if you like UK pop/psych from the late 60’s.