Just in time for Mother’s Day, new, custom, one of a kind pieces from Reincarnate.
(Bottom Left) (A Beginning) : Released in 1972 on Fly Records after the successful release of Electric Warrior in 1971. This is a compilation double album containing the albums My People Were Fair and Had Sky in Their Hair… But Now They’re Content to Wear Stars on Their Brows and Prophets, Seers & Sages: The Angels of the Ages.
(Top Right) The Slider : This was the seventh studio release, second in glam rock style and was released in 1972. One of the most popular T. Rex albums then and now, its famous for its two hit singles, “Telegram Sam” and “Metal Guru”. This is an incredibly rare promo copy, in excellent condition.
(Bottom Right) A Beard of Stars : Fourth studio album release, comprising Marc Bolan on vocals, guitar, organ and bass and the first release with new partner Mickey Finn (percussion). Released in 1970, it is the first album with electric guitars. This is a SUPER MINT gate fold cover, still in the original shrink! Very rare in the U.S.
Inspired by a stint in a New York Sanitarium, From The Inside, Alice Cooper’s 11th studio album release came out in 1978 on Warner Bros. According to Cooper, the songs were all based on characters he met during his stay. These characters were later used to form the story line for the Marvel Premier #50 comic book, featuring Alice Cooper. This promo copy is in excellent condition and the cover is in good shape as well. Priced to sell.
“Singing together in a recording miracle”, this MGM release in 1965, produced by Jim Vienneau, features Hank Jr singing along with his father’s recordings with perfect timing and cadence, backed by the Jordanaires. A gem for lovers of the Williams family tradition. Cover and vinyl are in great shape. $14…get it outa here!