Vic Dana with his "Moonlight and Roses" LP on
Dolton label. Stereo. (12" LP, 33 rpm, 1965, Dolton BST-8036.) He is a romantic singer. Even though Sweetest
Day was in October, you could still put this LP on one evening, have
roses ready for your wife or girlfriend, and enjoy a glass of wine with
each other (or Maker's Mark would work in my case, too). This is the LP
to play if you want to swipe her off her feet! Very sweet, romantic,
Side 1: Moonlight and Roses; Don't Take Your Love From Me; Once I Had A Heart; I'm Confessin'; When My Dreamboat Comes Home; That Old Feeling.
Side 2: Thinking Of You; What'll I Do; Bring
A Little Sunshine (To My Heart); This Is The Last Time (I Cry Over
You); Say you're Mine Again; Marie.
The cover does have a tag ripped off in the upper right hand side. The seams have a little wear, but mostly intact except for the left side mid seam where it's flaking a bit. You can see a lot of faded-out spots on the black cover, but they are light. Back cover is in good shape.
The vinyl had a good quality sound. Side 1 does has a feelable 1/2" scratch between song 5 and 6 and I included a photo here to see that. It did not skip, but you do hear a very light 'pop.' I see about 10 light short surface scratches, too, but they don't cause any skips. Side 1 did have some minor crackling here and there, but could use a good cleaning and listening to it in another room, it was not too noticeable with the crackling. Side 2 had better quality sound performance. There are a few areas of light scuffing there and a couple of long light surface scratches. The blue Dolton label has some very light spindle marks.
I rate the cover as Very Good (VG) due to the big rip from tearing off a sticker in the upper right hand corner. The vinyl I rate as Very Good to Very Good Plus (VG-VG+).
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