- Label Visa Records
- Format LP
- Mix Stereo
- Release Date 1978
- Country USA
- Catalogue Number IMP 7005
Seller location: UK
Great copy and a great service as always many thanks Graham
Easy seller to deal with. Good communication. The album was exactly as described.
Nice copy, as described
Nice copy, as described
Excellent service, great communication, very happy!
Perfect transaction. Record exactly as described in great condition and well-packed. Speedy shipping. Great seller!
Excellent service, very happy with condition of the record!
Great condition and excellent service
The cover has obvious wear, such as split seams, writing or a cut corner, but remains presentable.
The disc has been played a number of times but has been well looked after, showing only light marks. The labels might show slightly heavier signs of wear but are not damaged.
Quite an oddity & a 1978 re-issue of the original 1970 soundtrack for the film of the same name. This was the first recorded work of Becker & Fagen pre-Steely Dan days when they were hawking their wares around New York trying to get song-writing deals with various labels. Also features Denny Diaz on guitar & John Discepolo on drums. Has 2 or 3 tunes that definitely show what was to come a couple of years later with SD.
Being an import, it has a notch cut on the bottom-right of cover which has frayed a little (see photos) & has some corner wear & a couple of light creases - also a small sticker removal mark at the top right of front cover. Original info/lyrics inner in good shape with just a little edge fading. Overall the cover is in pretty good condition for it's 43 years of existence.
Disc has a fair few light hairlines & some sleeve removal "feathering" but only one scuff mark on the first track of side 2 going just into the second track (about an inch long) but this doesn't affect the sound at all. There is a little static crackle between tracks & in very quiet parts occasionally but nothing obtrusive. The worst bit of crackle is literally right at the end of the last track of side 2 for about 10 seconds into the runout, but again it's not bad. Plays really well considering it's age & is not far from being EX.
Even though it's not a Steely Dan album it's one for the collectors of all things SD.
Will combine postage for multiple purchases, as a general rule I can get 3 single-sleeve albums in one mailer, obviously gatefold sleeves & double-albums will count as two items. If you have any problems with postage discounts at checkout please contact me before purchasing.