Liberace's LP on Pickwick/33 SPC-3124 is a re-issue from original DOT version. (Stereo.) Not quite sure of the date, but it is probably 1967 after studying Pickwick's record release discography. Liberace passed away on February 4, 1987 at only 67 years old. He was an American pianist and vocalist. He was famous from the 1950s to the 1970s and was the highest paid entertainer. Very flamboyant entertainer. He did receive two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, two Emmy Awards, and had six gold LPs.
Side 1: Strangers in the Night; Try to Remember; The Alley Cat; Chopin Medley; Smoke Gets In your Eyes.
Side 2: People; Moonlight Sonata; Londonderry Air; Star Dust; Beer Barrel Polka.
Cover sleeve still has the shrinkwrap on it, but opened at the side to let the vinyl out. The price sticker was removed but the label back is still sticking on the shrinkwrap. All corners intact and the cover looks brand new. No ringwear whatsoever. The silver label is good, but there is some strange defect that is hard to explain on it, but I'll bet it was that way when it was purchased and I can best explain it by saying the left side of the inside circle looks like it bled or melted a bit in the same color. Hope you can zoom in and see it, but it's minor and doesn't affect anything. Side 2 is fine. The vinyl is in super great condition and played perfectly. No skips or pops. Crystal clear sound. Under a bright lamp I saw only 2 tiny hairline scratches (unfeelable) and a couple of light scuffs from putting the record in and out of the sleeve. I also put a picture of the Pickwick inner sleeve in here, too.
I rate the cover sleeve as Near Mint (NM) and the vinyl as Near Mint (NM) also!
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