STONEFIELD TRAMP Going Nowhere unreleased 1971 UK acid folk psych COVER ONLY

$127.56 USD
July 23, 2013 - 03:26:41 PM GMT (almost 11 years ago)
The 1974 Stonefield Tramp album Dreaming Again is now one of the most highly sought-after British acid folk albums. Three years before that, the two main members of the trio – Terry Friend and Rob Van Spyk - had, with the aid of a couple of friends, cut an acetate-only album called Going Nowhere (see for full details). Only six acetate copies of the album were made, with just two copies thought to still be in existence. Sadly I don’t have the acetate itself, but what’s on offer here is the original homemade cover that Terry Friend put together at the time to house his copy of the acetate. Using an old Beatles ‘White Album’ gatefold sleeve (turned inside out), he made a front sleeve design by sticking on b/w photos of himself and Rob Van Spyk when they were young, and then typing the track listing, songwriting credits and album title/group name and sticking it onto the back cover. The inner gatefold is blank on the left hand side, with the title and group name (at that stage the duo were called Your Friend Spyk) written and stuck on the right hand side. A unique item for collectors of early 70s British acid folk. Please bear in mind, though, that this is the COVER ONLY that’s on offer – I do NOT have the disc itself!
July 16, 2013 - 03:26:41 PM GMT (about 11 years ago)
LP (12-Inch)
33 RPM


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