Here are the Righteous Brothers with their 1965 mono version of the LP Back To Back. On Philles 4009 label, a division of Phil Spector Productions. There were a couple of tunes that actually sounded more blues than what I'm used to hearing by them!
Side 1: Ebbtide; God Bless The Child; Hot Tamales; Hallellujah I Love Her So; She's Mine All Mine; Hung On You.
Side 2: For Sentimental Reasons; White Cliffs of Dover; Loving You; Without A Doubt; Late Late Night.
has a drill hole at the bottom left hand corner. Bottom seam is almost
all torn open and I've attached a picture of this. Top corner is torn,
too, about 4 inches long. I would think you could glue this nicely,
but I will let you do it. But the rest of the front looks good. Not
too many dark fade spots at all, as they are well hidden behind the red
cover. Back side had owner's name penned in upper left corner. Some
dark fade marks around. But the label is perfect. The vinyl is also in
very good shape! There are just a small series of tiny light scratches
and scuffs on both sides and none affected the sound quality. They are
too light. All sounded very good. No skips, no popping, no crackling.
I rate the cover sleeve as Good Plus (G+) just because of the seam tears which could be repaired and the vinyl as Excellent (EX)!
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