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His Master’s Voice – CLP 3575
Recorded 23 November, 1965. First released in UK November 1966. Front laminated Garrod & Lofthouse: Patents Pending flipback sleeve, label has “Sold In U.K. Subject To” text. Original US Impulse cat. no. stamped in dead wax.
UK Style sleeve ( thin/glossy )
Media Condition – VG+
Sleeve Condition – VG+
Jazz / Fusion / Free Jazz
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