100 new vinyl records in store

100 new additions to stock

There are approximately 100 new additions to stock, almost all are LPs arising from some quality collections bought in.

Nick Drake

Top of the list is a very rare Nick Drake Folk LP from 1972 called Bryter Layter, which is his second acclaimed album in what tragically proved to be a short career.

Solid bond

Solid Bond is a double album from 1970 featuring Graham Bond and fellow musicians playing their own brand of Jazz / Rock / Blues, live and in the studio.

Neil Young

Neil Young’s On The Beach is a classic album of his from 1974 displaying his own brand of Country Rock.

Alexis Korner

Alexis Korner’s Blues Incorporated and their legendary session from The Marquee, has long been thought of as the best live Blues album of the 1960s. To offer a copy in such a great condition is an exceptional opportunity for record buyers to purchase one.

Sparkys 1

Sparky’s Magic Piano is a 1986 re-issue of the children’s favourite from the early 1960s. One to be sentimental over OR to introduce to your own children or grandchildren.


By contrast, Motorhead’s 1992 Tour EP will probably frighten your grandchildren. Their Hard Rock / Heavy Metal style still has a great following though and this is a fine example of their unique sound.

Scott Heron

Reflections is an LP by Gil Scott-Heron from the early 1980s in the Jazz / Funk / Soul genre.

Tin man

Tin Machine were a short-lived venture by David Bowie, who fronted the group in the late 1980’s before leaving to pursue his solo career. Here is a nice copy to illustrate a chapter in his musical journey.