Fleetwood Mac & Various Artists - Blues Jam At Chess - UK - 1969 - 12" vinyl 2LP set
Blue Horizon 7-66227
This is the Fleetwood Mac of Peter Green, Jeremy Spencer & Danny Kirwan, some years before the Buckingham-Nicks version.
The session was later released as 2 single LPs titled Blues Jam In Chicago Vols 1 & 2.This is the original release, first pressing.
See photos for tracklist / personnel.
Disc 1: S7 66227 A1 / S7 66227 B1
Disc 2: S7 66227 C1 / S7 66227 D1
Discs - 'Excellent'
The discs look great, nice glossy vinyl with a few small scuffs & hairlines.
Side 1 has a couple more visible scuffs, one of which includes a line which is distinctly visible in the right light.
4 clean labels with light visible spindle-marking - see photos.
Plays very well, with very light surface noise intermittently audible in the quietest bits & between tracks.
The visible line on side 1 discreetly announces itself about halfway through 'Watch Out', continues through the studio chat, and leaves just before the guitar solo in 'Ooh Baby'. No skips on my system - 1.5 gram tracking weight.
Sleeve - 'Very Good plus'
The sleeve is a little tired, but in one piece, no rips, splits, major creases, ink; there's a small sticker-scar on the front.
There's some edgewear, light ringwear, bumped corners. The spine is rubbed, but just about legible, though some print is lost.
The inside is clean, all text legible, photos OK; tiny ink initials bottom right, in a photo foreground - see photos
One, presumably original, CBS company printed inner remains: slightly grubby & rumpled, with a tiny split at the bottom centre.
There is also a plain paper inner with the album name & initials in ink - will supply 2 new poly-lined paper inners.
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