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Deep Purple: Complete UK Vinyl Discography 1968-1982 By Neil Priddey
Paperback: $55.03
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Details of every Deep Purple album and 7" single UK vinyl release on the Parlophone, Harvest and Purple Records labels from 1968 to 1982 with full colour, high quality photography throughout of... More > labels, sleeves and inserts along with detailed analysis and identifi cation of the crucial 1st pressing details of every album and single. Essential reading for collectors of Deep Purple UK 1st pressings. The only book of its kind with this information for vinyl record collectors of rare UK first pressing Deep Purple albums and singles.< Less
Deep Purple: Complete Uk Vinyl Discography 1968-1982 By Neil Priddey
eBook (PDF): $11.22
Details of every Deep Purple album and 7" single UK vinyl release on the Parlophone, Harvest and Purple Records labels from 1968 to 1982 with full colour, high quality photography throughout of... More > labels, sleeves and inserts along with detailed analysis and identifi cation of the crucial 1st pressing details of every album and single. Essential reading for collectors of Deep Purple UK 1st pressings. The only book of its kind with this information for vinyl record collectors of rare UK first pressing Deep Purple albums and singles.< Less
Purple Records 1971-1978 By Neil Priddey
eBook (PDF): $12.19
Details of every UK release on the Purple Records label from 1971 to 1978 with full colour, high quality photography throughout of labels, sleeves and inserts along with detailed analysis and... More > identification of the crucial 1st pressing details of every album and single. Essential reading for collectors of Purple Records. Following in the footsteps of Frank Zappa, The Beatles and The Rolling Stones, Deep Purple’s entrepreneurial management team founded the band’s own ‘vanity’ record label in 1971. The brainchild of Tony Edwards and John Coletta, and, along with additional Purple companies, served to control virtually every business and financial aspect of Deep Purple’s musical output, including management, promotion, publishing and of course recording. The label signed a diverse range of additional artists with an eclectic mix of styles, some of which would seem to be incongruous with Deep Purple’s own ‘hard rock’ genre. The most comprehensively detailed book on the Purple Records label.< Less
Purple Records 1971-1978 By Neil Priddey
eBook (ePub): $12.19
Details of every UK release on the Purple Records label from 1971 to 1978 with full colour, high quality photography throughout of labels, sleeves and inserts along with detailed analysis and... More > identification of the crucial 1st pressing details of every album and single. Essential reading for collectors of Purple Records. Following in the footsteps of Frank Zappa, The Beatles and The Rolling Stones, Deep Purple’s entrepreneurial management team founded the band’s own ‘vanity’ record label in 1971. The brainchild of Tony Edwards and John Coletta, and, along with additional Purple companies, served to control virtually every business and financial aspect of Deep Purple’s musical output, including management, promotion, publishing and of course recording. The label signed a diverse range of additional artists with an eclectic mix of styles, some of which would seem to be incongruous with Deep Purple’s own ‘hard rock’ genre. The most comprehensively detailed book on the Purple Records label.< Less
Purple Records 1971-1978 By Neil Priddey
Paperback: $63.62
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Details of every UK release on the Purple Records label from 1971 to 1978 with full colour, high quality photography throughout of labels, sleeves and inserts along with detailed analysis and... More > identification of the crucial 1st pressing details of every album and single. Essential reading for collectors of Purple Records. Following in the footsteps of Frank Zappa, The Beatles and The Rolling Stones, Deep Purple’s entrepreneurial management team founded the band’s own ‘vanity’ record label in 1971. The brainchild of Tony Edwards and John Coletta, and, along with additional Purple companies, served to control virtually every business and financial aspect of Deep Purple’s musical output, including management, promotion, publishing and of course recording. The label signed a diverse range of additional artists with an eclectic mix of styles, some of which would seem to be incongruous with Deep Purple’s own ‘hard rock’ genre. The most comprehensively detailed book on the Purple Records label.< Less
Pegasus - The Complete Uk Vinyl Discography By Neil Priddey
eBook (PDF): $11.49
Details of every Pegasus and Peg Records album and 7" single UK vinyl release from 1971 to 1972 with full colour, high quality photography throughout of labels, sleeves and inserts along with... More > detailed analysis and identifi cation of the crucial 1st pressing details of every album and single. Essential reading for collectors of Pegasus UK 1st pressings. The only book of its kind with this information for vinyl record collectors of rare UK first pressing Pegasus and Peg Records albums and singles.< Less
The Famous Charisma Label By Neil Priddey
eBook (PDF): $12.95
The collectors' guide to The Famous Charisma Label, otherwise known as 'pink scroll'. This invaluable book contains every UK release from 1969 to 1972 on the pink scroll label, detailing all the... More > first edition information record collectors need including matrices, sleeve printers and label style, as well as fascinating insights into the stories behind the making of the albums and the artists who recorded them. In full glorious colour throughout, this book is the most comprehensive and accurate guide available on the Charisma pink scroll label - no other book comes close!< Less
The Famous Charisma Label By Neil Priddey
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The Charisma Pink Scroll UK Album & Single Discography. The essential guide to collecting and identifying rare UK 1st pressings on the famous Charisma label, including the earliest recordings of... More > Genesis, Van der Graaf Generator, Lindisfarne and all other artists from 1969 to 1972. Includes rare singles, promo singles, UK albums all in glorious colour with detailed photography and descriptions of labels, front and back sleeves, gatefolds and inserts. The ultimate reference guide to rare record collectors of Charisma pink scroll.< Less
UK Vertigo Swirl Discography Volume Two By Neil Priddey
Paperback: $57.42
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Details of the second half of every UK release on the Vertigo swirl label from 1971 to 1973 with full colour, high quality photography throughout of labels, sleeves and inserts along with detailed... More > analysis and identification of the crucial 1st pressing details of every album and single. Essential reading for collectors of Vertigo Swirl UK 1st pressings. The only book of its kind with this information for vinyl record collectors of rare UK first pressing Vertigo Swirl albums and singles.< Less
Black Sabbath: Uk Vinyl Discography 1970-1980 By Neil Priddey
eBook (PDF): $11.77
Details of every Black Sabbath UK release on the Vertigo swirl and Vertigo spaceship, WWA and NEMS labels from 1970 to 1980 with full colour, high quality photography throughout of labels, sleeves... More > and inserts along with detailed analysis and identifi cation of the crucial 1st pressing details of every album and single. Essential reading for collectors of Black Sabbath UK 1st pressings. The only book of its kind with this information for vinyl record collectors of rare UK first pressing Black Sabbath albums and singles.< Less

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