Grateful Dead ~ Mountains of the Moon, 1973 original Big Bang Records LP, $300 + S / H

1973 original Big Bang Records LP pressing #ylem 1, pasted insert cover M-, NO seam or spine splits, NO cut-out markings, NO ring-wear, really clean colorful cover, vinyl M-, NO scratches, plays excellent.  All recordings made from Nov. 1965 to 1969, really rare recordings by the spaced-out San Francisco band.

GRATEFUL DEAD From The MARS HOTEL, 1974 original Grateful Dead LP, $250 + S / H

1974 original Grateful Dead Records LP pressing #GD 102, cover M-, embossed "AUTHENTIC" on front spine side, NO seam or spine splits, NO ring-wear, cut-corner on top spine corner, vinyl M-, NO scratches, plays excellent.

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GRATEFUL DEAD ~ BLUES for ALLAH, 1975 original Italy press Liberty LP, $75 + S / H

1975 original made in Italy Grateful Dead / Liberty Records LP pressing #3C 054-64228, cover VG++, NO seam or spine splits, NO cut-out markings, NO ring-wear, vinyl M-, NO scratches, plays excellent.

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Various Artists - FOR DEAD HEADS, 1975 original promotional DJ copy United Artists LP, $400 + S / H

1975 original promotional DJ copy United Artists Records LP pressing #SP-114, cover VG++, NO seam or spine splits, NO cut-out markings, NO ring-wear, 2 creases on back cover, vinyl M-, NO scratches, plays excellent. 2 songs apiece from The Grateful Dead, Jerry Garcia, Robert Hunter, Old & In The Way, Keith & Donna Godchaux. All Grateful Dead related, and all great!

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SEASTONES ~ SEASTONES, 1975 original Round Records LP, N / A

1975 original Round Records LP pressing #RX 106, cover VG only because of heavy wear on spine & top corner seam on spine corner, otherwise it would be a solid VG+(+) cover, NO cut-out markings, NO ring-wear, although some shelf wear, vinyl VG+(+), NO scratches, plays excellent but has some background noise here & there, but you can still enjoy this "crap", er, excuse me, ahem, "music", being a quad disc & all! But you'd think with such a stellar band of musicians, Ned Lagin -piano, percussion, computers, synthesizers, keyboards; Phil Lesh -electric bass; Jerry Garcia -electric guitar, vocals; David Crosby -vocals, electric 12-string guitar; Grace Slick -vocals; David Freiberg -vocals; Mickey Hart -gongs; & Spencer Dryden -cymbals (that's members of The Grateful Dead, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, Jefferson Airplane / Starship, Quicksilver Messenger Service & The New Riders of the Purple Sage!) that they'd be able to put out a more "heavy" album, as in "rock-n-roll"! This sounds like all computers (remember, they were new in 1975... & you how kids are), "R2D2, C3PO jive" & like that "bar scene" in that 1st "STAR WARS" movie (1977), so now we know where THAT music came from?!? You have been kindly : FOREWARNED!

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RHythm Devils ~ THE APOCALYPSE NOW SESSIONS, 1980 original Passport LP, $100 + S / H

1980 original Passport Records LP pressing #PB 9844, cover M-, NO seam or spine splits, NO cut-out markings, NO ring-wear, shelf wear, original printed credits inner sleeve M-, NO seams busted, vinyl M-, NO scratches, plays excellent. Rhythm Devils are led by both Grateful Dead drummers Mickey Hart & Bill Kreutzmann + Phil Lesh on bass, Airto Moriera, Mike Hinton, Jim Loveless, Greg Errico, Jordan Amarantha on percussion.

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New Riders of the Purple Sage ~ Brujo, 1974 original Columbia LP, $50 + S / H

1974 original Columbia Records pressing #PC 33145, cover VG+, NO seam or spine splits, NO cut-out markings, NO ring-wear, some shelf wear, corner & edge wear, original  printed lyrics inner sleeve VG+(+), vinyl VG+, a few light scratches (barely visible) but they make some background noise here & there, but this is a scarce one if you ever tried to hunt one down! Don't know why the title? Nothing sinister about the songs, just good old rock & roll cowboy songs & 18 wheeler boogie! The Byrds' Skip Battin joined the band around this time.

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