Marilyn Maye performing on this Stereo RCA Victor Dynagroove LSP-3897. Date 1967. Ella Fitzgerald called her "the greatest white female singer in the world" (probably back in the 60s). She caught the eye of Steve Allen who had her on his show and also the Tonight Show. Received a Grammy Awards nomination for the Best New Artist of 1965. She had a concert appearance in 2006 for the Mabel Mercer Foundation at the Lincoln Center's Rose Hall.
Side 1: Step to the Rear; Don't Sleep in the Subway; Ode to Billy Joe; What Now My Love; Sunny; Golden Rainbow.
Side 2: Mame; I Will Wait for You; What the World Needs Now Is Love; Watch What Happens; A Certain Girl.
The front cover is in good condition. All corners intact except the bottom left corner is just starting to peel a bit. No torn seams. Looks like a little bit of ringwear fade dots are starting to show, but minimal. Back cover has just 2 penned-in dashes next to 2 songs and just a very light stain in the upper right corner over the Mono and Stereo numbers. In very good shape for a 1967 LP. Copies of the original inner sleeve are here, too. The label is in perfect shape. The vinyl is too! There are just a few tiny light hairline scratches you can see only under a bright lamp and a couple of scuffs from taking it in and out of the sleeve. Sounds beautiful. None of that affected the sound quality. No skips, no pops.
I rate the cover as Very Good Plus (VG+) and the vinyl as Very Good Plus (VG+) to maybe VG++!
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