Details about COLD TURKEY Nobody's Fool 7" Vinyl UK 1972 Rare Ray Davies song, KinksSee original listing
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28 Mar, 2014 17:16:20 GMT
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Wales, United Kingdom
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|Genre:||Rock||Record Size:||Single (7-Inch)|
COLD TURKEY Nobody's Fool / THE STREET KIDS Sesame Street.
PYE RECORDS 7N.45142 UK 1972. Rare solid centre.
Vinyl: VG (A-side label has sticker residue and writing, see picture. B-side has initials. Tested, plays well, without sticking or jumping, but has plenty of back ground in places. Not too bad though.)
The original company sleeve: VG+ (Creases).
A rare copy of this controversial record. Ray Davies penned 'Nobody's Fool', but many people also believe that Cold Turkey were maybe the Kinks. Simply Google 'Ray Davies Cold Turkey' to find out more, or listen this rather good whistful piece of phsych on youtube (not mine)-
Please see a description of record grades below.
If you are buying more than one record, I will happily combine postage.
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Guarantee: If this record is faulty or not as described- return for a full refund.
Record Grades: Mint (M) The record - should be in new condition with no surface marks or deterioration in sound quality. The Cover - should be in perfect condition along with any extra items. Excellent (Ex) The record - signs of having been played but displays minimal deterioration in sound quality. The Cover - may have slight wear or creasing. Very Good (Vg) The record - played many times. Surface marks and light scratches evident but no major deterioration of sound quality. The Cover - normal wear and tear without major defects. Good (G) The record - noticeable deterioration of sound quality due to playing. Some distortion/scratches. The Cover - suffering from folding, scuffing of edges, spine splits and discolouration. Fair (F) The record - still just playable but with considerable surface noise and occasional jump. The Cover - may be torn, defaced or stained. Poor (P) The record - too scratched to play properly with bad surface noise. The Cover - badly damaged. Bad/Relic The record - unplayable or broken. Useful only as a collectors item. The Cover - disintegrating.