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  • CHAD & JEREMY (LP/33) The Best Of... Capitol/Star Line T2470 1967 Hi Fidel VG+

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    CHAD & JEREMY with their LP entitled The Best of Chad & Jeremy from 1967 on Capitol (Star Line) T 2470.  High Fidelity (mono version playable on mono and stereo phonographs).   Stamped matrix reads T-1  2470-G4.  This is on the black and silver Capitol label that says THE STAR LINE on it, also.    Chad and Jeremy are an English singing folk rock duo from the 1960s.  Their full names are Chad Stuart (born David Stuart Chadwick) and Jeremy Clyde.  I saw them performing for a British Invasion show about a year ago in Kent, Ohio and they were a riot!  Sounded great, but also very funny when talking with the audience!  One lives in the UK and one lives out in the country out west in USA. 

    Side 1:  A Summer Song; What Do you Want With Me?; Too Soon My Love; Only Those In Love; Like I Love You Today; If I Loved You.
    Side 2:  Willow Weep for Me; My How The Time Goes By; Yesterday's Gone; if You've Got A Heart; From A Window. 

    Produced for the USA by Bill Miller.

    Cover is in great condition.  Just some very light fade marks starting as ringwear at the sides of the cover and a wrinkle/crease at the mid-right side.  Corners are pretty good.  No tears.  Back cover shows some darker beige age marks here and there along with some darkening at the seams.  I have no inside sleeve, so I will include a plain white one.  The black and silver Capitol/The Star Line label is in pretty good shape.  No ink marks anywhere.  But the vinyl has lots of scuffs and scratches on it.  I took 4 photos of the obvious ones.  Side 1 has a long 2" thick scuff mark across some tracks, besides at least 20 short and long surface scratches.  Could not feel the scratches on this side.  Side 2 was similar, had some long scratches, no scuffs.  One scratch was 1" long and I could lightly feel it, and it is across the last song on that side. That did cause 3 pops happening when that song played, but that was it!  None of the other scratches caused any other pops or skips! That's the great part!  The light crackles I heard sort of throughout, but it's the kind that if you are sitting in the living room and the turntable/speakers are in the dining room, you don't really heard the crackles.  If you are listening to it like me, now, with my ears in front of the speakers in order to grade the LP, you will hear light crackles here and there, not heavy and not every track! 

    I rate the cover sleeve as Very Good Plus (VG+) as it held up very well since 1967.  I give the vinyl a Very Good Plus (VG+) to Very Good (VG) due to the light crackles you will hear in some of the tracks. 


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