Arthur Crudup Give Me A 32-20 1st Press Mint vinyl
Arthur Crudup Give Me 32-20 1st UK Press Mint ArChIvE BLUES Cat No IG 403
Arthur Crudup Roebuck Man 190 Arthur William “Big Boy” Crudup (August 24, 1905 – March 28, 1974) was an American Delta blues singer, songwriter and guitarist. He is best known, outside blues circles, for his songs “That’s All Right” (1946), “My Baby Left Me” and “So Glad You’re Mine”, later recorded by Elvis Presley and other artists.
Beautiful Original 1st UK pressing of Arthur Crudup Give Me a 32-20 album with Crown Prince Records labels STEREO.
This is the original Earliest 1970 release. This features “1” “G” Mother stampers on both sides Very earliest possible this would be one of the first 300 pressings ever to have come off the press. Very rare to find especially in this stunning condition.
cat no.UAS 29092.
side1. ‘IG 403-A “IG 403-B.’
THIS VINYL LOOKS BARELY PLAYED NO MORE THAN TWO OR THREE TIMES EVER IN MY PERSONAL OPINION.
First of all is that this vinyl has hardly ever been played. IN FACT THIS VINYL CERTAINLY LOOKS ALMOST LIKE NEW IN MY OPINION.
On initial inspection the vinyl looks almost like a new record.This is the original thick ,heavy and chunky slab of vinyl.
I can not see any nasty marks on the vinyl. There is certainly nothing that caused any interference during the playback.
I would grade the audio quality as near mint in my opinion. (It is noted that the recording are from very early takes so some background noise is to be expected) This sounded perfect on my systems. This sound very clear and vibrant throughout.
Crystal clear audio..
This is the original un laminated cover. This cover is graded at least better than excellent . No splits or tears and very clean and bright.
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